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Episode dated 10 October 1952 (10 Oct. 1952)

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Huie and Talbert interview Governor John D. Lodge, a Republican from Connecticut. Topics include U.S. foreign policy in the Far East, assessing responsibility for the Korean War, the ... See full summary »

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William Bradford Huie ...
Himself - Panelist
John Lodge ...
Himself - Governor of Connecticut
Ansel E. Talbert ...
Himself - Panelist (as Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert)
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Huie and Talbert interview Governor John D. Lodge, a Republican from Connecticut. Topics include U.S. foreign policy in the Far East, assessing responsibility for the Korean War, the possibility of split in the Republican Party, increase in voter registration, tactics the political parties are using to get out the vote, Lodge's opinion of Republican presidential candidate Dwight D. Eisenhower and issues concerning voters in the Connecticut and Massachusetts senatorial races. Written by David Bassler

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