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Paul Martin

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"Participants: Paul Martin, Canadian Minister of Health and Welfare, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliot Haynes. Topics: Increased prosperity, economic and population growth in Canada, comparison between U.S. and Canadian standards of living, problems of immigration, heavy taxation, lack of social services in Canada, and strained relations between the United States and Britain."--Longines Chronoscope Interviews, May 15, 1953 (200LW585).
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1953
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W. Averell Harriman (1954)

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1954
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The Plot to Overthrow FDR

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When Franklin Delano Roosevelt won the Presidency in 1932, many Americans looked to his bold New Deal plans as the way out of the dark days of the Depression. But a powerful group of financiers and industrialists saw his economic policies as a threat. The Plot to Overthrow FDR reveals how, inspired by political trends in Germany and Italy, this group conceived of a plan to either overthrow the newly-elected president or force him to take orders from them. They envisioned a paramilitary organization of disgruntled WWI veterans as the force to intimidate the government. The man they chose to inspire and lead this veteran's army was retired Marine General Smedley D. Butler, a colorful and outspoken champion of veteran's rights. But Butler was their undoing. After discovering the details [...]
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1999; 1996
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Walter Williams

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1954
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The Plow That Broke the Plains

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Presents the social and economic history of the Great Plains from the time of the settlement of the prairies by cattlemen and farmers through the World War I boom to the years of depression and drought.
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1936
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The Great Depression

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Black Tuesday, the day the stock market crashed, was the start of the Great Depression. As breadlines and soup kitchens rose up across the country, the people looked for leadership and found it in Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
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2004
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Prospects of Mankind With Eleanor Roosevelt American Capitalism: Challenged at Home and Abroad

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Erwin D. Canham, editor of The Christian Science Monitor moderates (substituting for Mrs. Roosevelt). Guests discuss whether the economic system is one of free enterprise or of mixed economy. They also analyze the need for more comprehensive planning to strengthen the United States' domestic economy and to enable the U.S. to compete successfully in world markets.
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1961