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Education: Double Life

Walter Lippman, chief editorial writer of the New York World, delivered a lecture at the University of Virginia. Said he: "I believe that the body of educators...

The Debt Fight and Public Opinion

Two smart points about how the circus in Washington is being viewed by American voters: Politico: Indeed, pollsters have warned that what’s unique about this...

Columnists: A Man & His Times

It was a typical Sunday in the New York Times. The lead editorial urged limitation of U.S. forces in Viet Nam and endorsed the idea of "an interim national...

RADIO: Program Preview, Mar. 22, 1954

For the week starting Friday, March 19. Times are E.S.T., subject to change. Easter Seal Parade (Fri. 10:30 p.m., NBC). With Dinah Shore, Frank Sinatra, Danny...

Religion: Religion and Democracy

Franklin D. Roosevelt is an Episcopal churchwarden and an occasional worshipper, but he has never been so prone to invoke his Maker as were Calvin Coolidge and...

Franklin Delano Roosevelt: (1882-1945)

From Warm Springs, Ga., where he died, the funeral train moved slowly through the rural South to a service in Washington, then past the now thriving cities of...

THE MAN WHO WASN'T THERE

FOR A DAY OR TWO AFTER COLIN POWELL DECLINED TO enter the presidential race, many Americans felt an irritated deflation, followed by a wave of what might be...

THE NATION: The Same Ike

The New York Times Sunday Magazine section carried a glowing analysis called "The 'New Look' of the President." In London, Lord Beaverbrook's Daily Express...

POLITICAL NOTES: Low Grade Organism

Like the heirs of a bankrupt corporation, Democratic politicos ploughed through the books last week, trying to find out what had gone wrong. They had expected...

Education: Kudos Jun. 19, 1933

New York's Governor Lehman with four honorary degrees, was kudos champion of 1933. President Roosevelt, Secretary of the Interior Ickes, Professor Edwin Walter...

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