In this CBS News production broadcast on Thanksgiving 1960, Edward R. Murrow points out the plight of migrant farm workers in America. Topics range from the harsh living conditions, endless travel, low wages, and poor opportunities for their children.
Subject is how some vicious gossip spread across the land last February and found an echo in the halls of Congress. The hour, in an oblique fashion, told more about the radical right than most documentaries to date.
This news special features previous CBS News interviews with President Truman (interviewed by Murrow in 1958), President Eisenhower (interviewed by Cronkite in 1961) and President Kennedy (interviewed by three CBS reporters in 1962). President Lyndon Johnson appears at the end of the program.
A well-balanced, articulate presentation of the problems which began to change the shape of Hollywood in the early 1950s and which in recent years have been thoroughly explored by every medium of communications.
Impressive stanza in reeling off the extent of mind drug activity underway - re mental disorders, memory and learning improvement, mind expansion (LSD) and on to the dramatic possibilities for behavioral change.
One in CBS Reports (1959) of irregularly scheduled in-depth reports. This program focuses on the lives of nine families living in a dilapidated tenement on Chicago's south side in 1966. It includes interviews with Chicago residents, including those who lived at 3823 South Ellis Street prior to their eviction. Program highlights depict the following: a mother and newborn leave Cook County Hospital; Georgia Johnson, a tenant for fifteen years; a mother washes for a family of twelve; an eleven-year-old cares for younger siblings; members of "The Four Corners" gang; children play in a ...