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Episode dated 10 December 1954 (10 Dec. 1954)

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Lesueur and Banks interview Senator Ralph E. Flanders, a Republican from Vermont. Topics include possible effects of a vote to censure Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, efforts to strengthen the ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Louis Banks ...
Himself - Panelist
Ralph E. Flanders ...
Himself - U.S. Senator (as Senator Ralph E. Flanders)
Larry LeSueur ...
Himself - Panelist
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Lesueur and Banks interview Senator Ralph E. Flanders, a Republican from Vermont. Topics include possible effects of a vote to censure Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, efforts to strengthen the Republican Party and ways for the United States to coexist with communist countries. Written by David Bassler

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