Longines Chronoscope Interviews, 1954, v.11: Richard Casey, Albert Cole
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(Oct 22, 2007)
From the Longines Wittnauer series of television interviews with significant newsmakers of the early l950s.
Richard G. Casey, Australian Foreign Minister, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Francis W. Carpenter. Topics- Manila Treaty, admission of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations, Colombo Plan, and the cold war.
Albert M. Cole, Administrator of the Housing and Home Finance Agency, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Griffin Bancroft. Topics- Charges of housing scandals, status of public housing programs, and urban renewal.
Senator John C. Stennis (D-MS) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Watkins Committee and German rearmament.
Herbert Morrison, deputy leader, Labor Party, and Member of the British House of Commons, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Charles Collingwood. Topics: His visit to the People's Republic of China, difference between American and British point of view on the world situation (particularly Soviet and Chinese aggression), and the British opinion on German rearmament.
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