1957 June 4
Morgan, Al, 1920-2011
New York (N.Y.) - Typescript of Morgan's interview with Du Bois on issues including the denial of his passport application by the State Dept.; his views on Soviet Russia being "the most hopeful nation on earth"; the conduct of American foreign relations; the Russian press; his religious views; and his experience co-founding the N.A.A.C.P.
1957 June 4
Discussion of Du Bois' political and social views; Morgan questions Du Bois supposed communist leanings and the controversy surrounding his passport; asks for Du Bois' opinion on Russia, American newspapers, and his relationship with the NAACP.
1957 June 2
National Council of American-Soviet Friendship (U.S.)
New York (N.Y.) - Reprint of the June 2 C.B.S. radio broadcast with Khrushchev by Daniel Schorr, Moscow correspondent for C.B.S. News; B.J. Cutler, from the New York Herald Tribune; and Stuart Novins, of C.B.S.'s "Face the Nation."
1952 Apr. 25
Sent as a form letter from an unidentified correspondent purporting to have transcripts of interviews between scientists and American Air Force officers who claimed to have participated in bacteriological warfare. Documents include: the names of the scientists and officers, the interviews, and excerpts from the testimony of Lieutenant Kenneth Enoch.
1970 Mar. 15
Amherst (Mass.) - Interview with poet Robert Bly, head of American Writers Against the Vietnam War, on rise of antiwar movement; war and violence; Capitalism and American psyche; human biology and political behavior; Richard Nixon; Cold War; Altamont concert.