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Eleanor Roosevelt Interviewed by Bill Downs and Edward P. Morgan

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Published on Oct 17, 2012

More information on some of what's discussed in this video provided on my blog here: http://billdownscbs.blogspot.com/2013...

August 26, 1953. Summary from the Paley Center: "In this edition, Bill Downs and Edward P. Morgan, both of CBS news, interview U.S. stateswoman and former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Topics discussed in this program include the following: foreigners' attitudes toward Americans and the basis for these attitudes; reasons for America's suspicion of the United Nations and the world's expectations of the UN; Secretary of State John Foster Dulles's recent remarks regarding the UN charter; the Security Council veto; defining "liberal" and the Liberal movement; and how to prepare oneself for life during a Cold War. Includes a Longines commercial for Wittnauer watches.

The cataloging of this program was made possible by Paula and Alan Cartoun in fond memory of Ted Estabrook, pioneer television director, whose command of the technical and aesthetic aspects of the medium held us all in awe."

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