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Episode dated 22 November 1954 (22 Nov. 1954)

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Lesueur and Carpenter interview Senator H. Alexander Smith, a Republican from New Jersey. Topics include the role of a United Nations delegate, his opinions concerning the congressional ... See full summary »

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Francis W. Carpenter ...
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Larry LeSueur ...
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H. Alexander Smith ...
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Lesueur and Carpenter interview Senator H. Alexander Smith, a Republican from New Jersey. Topics include the role of a United Nations delegate, his opinions concerning the congressional hearings on the possible censure of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, the proposed Big Four meeting in Europe, Asian colonization, the situation on Tawain and the admission of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations Written by David Bassler

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