Longines Chronoscope Interviews, 1952, v.8: HENRY CABOT LODGE JR, JAMES MC DONALD
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(Sep 17, 2007)
Experience the American Journey through our country's visual heritage in this historical recording provided by the National Archives of the United States.
From the Longines Wittnauer series of television interviews with significant newsmakers of the early l950s.
SEN. HENRY CABOT LODGE JR.: William Bradford Huie and Ogden Reed, Jr., talk with Sen. Lodge on plans of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower as presidential contender and his views on the Republican presidential campaign.
JAMES G. MC DONALD: William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt talk with Mcdonald, former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, on problems and progress of Israel.
SEN. ROBERT S. KERR: William Bradford Huie and James H.R. Cromwell talk with Sen, Kerr on his general political views. support of the foreign program, and campaign plans as a possible Democratic presidential nominee.
SEN. WALLACE F. BENNETT: William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt talk with Sen. Bennett on implications of President Truman's seizure of steel industry, the political scene in Utah, and the presidential candidate for each party.
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