Dore Schary Papers, circa 1920-1980

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The World Today. Scripts, 1928-1933
Quantity: 5 folders 
Scope and Content Note: Selected published transcripts of a series of informal discussions of world affairs and personalities, broadcast weekly over WEAF and the Red Network by James G. McDonald.
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Folder   7
1928
April 23, #1, “Europe Convalescent”
April 30, #2, “Poincaré”
May 7, #3, “Von Hindenburg”
May 14, #4, “Mussolini”
May 21, #5, “Red Russia”
May 28, #6, “China”
June 4, #7, “Democratic Japan”
June 11, #8, “Great Britain”
June 18, #9, “Masaryk”
June 25, #10, “Briand”
July 2, #11, “Stresemann”
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Folder   8
1929
February 11, #30, “What Can Germany Pay?”
February 18, #31, “Politics in Germany”
February 25, #32, “Politics in France”
March 4, #33, “Hoover's Foreign Problems”
March 11, #34, “Is Britain Done?”
March 18, #35, “British Politics”
March 25, #36, “The Vatican-Italian Accord”
April 1, #37, “The Mexican Crisis”
April 8, #38, “Trotsky's Exile”
April 22, #39, “Mr. Root's Work”
April 29, #40, “The Experts' Report”
May 13, #42, “The Third British Empire”
May 20, #43, “The Mandates”
May 27, #44, “Zionism”
June 3, #45, “The British Election”
June 10, #46, “Naval Disarmament”
June 17, #47, “Liquidating the War”
July 1, #48, “Anglo-American Relations”
July 15, #50, “British Labor's Program”
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Folder   9
1930
March 17, #66, “Success or Failure in London”
March 24, #67, “Great Britain's Naval Needs”
March 31, #68, “The International Bank”
April 7, #69, “Progress in Haiti”
April 14, #70, “Von Hindenburg's Leadership”
April 21, #71, “The Political Crisis in Great Britain”
April 28, #72, “The Russian Agricultural Crisis”
May 5, #73, “The London Conference Before and After”
May 12, #74, “Gandhi's Crusade”
May 19, #75, “Civil War in China”
June 2, #77, “Anglo-Egyptian Relations”
June 9, #78, “The Franco-Italian Impasse”
June 16, #79, “Briand and the United States of Europe”
June 23, #80, “Naval Opinion on the London Treaty”
June 30, #81, “Rumania's Dynastic Crisis”
July 7, #82, “Politics in Japan”
July 14, #83, “The Simon Report”
July 21, #84, “The United States of India”
July 28, #85, “The New Monroe Doctrine”
August 4, #86, “Italy Seeks New Friends”
October 6, #87, “An Uneasy Europe”
October 13, #88, “The Crisis in Germany”
October 20, #89, “The Eleventh Assembly of the League”
October 27, #90, “The Issues in British Politics”
November 3, #91, “A Truce in China”
November 10, #92, “A Testing Time in Argentina”
November 17, #93, “Brazil in Revolution”
November 24, #94, “The Fourth British Empire”
December 8, #96, “Preparing to Disarm”
December 15, #97, “Will a New India Be Born at London?”
December 22, #98, “Austria Repulses Fascism”
December 29, #99, “1930 in Retrospect”
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Folder   10
1931
March 16, #109, “Hitlerites Challenge the Reichstag”
October 15, #126, “The Crisis in Europe”
October 22, #127, “Laval's Leadership”
October 29, #128, “Great Britain's Choice”
November 12, #130, “Franco-American Co-operation”
November 19, #131, “Spain Makes a Constitution”
November 26, #132, “Germany Faces a Hard Winter”
December 3, #133, “England's National Government”
December 10, #134, “Is the League Menaced by Manchuria?”
December 17, #135, “Grandi's Diplomacy”
December 24, #136, “Franco-German Rapprochement”
December 31, #137, “Constitutional Progress in India”
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Folder   1
1932
January 7, #138, “The International Outlook for 1932”
January 14, #139, “Japan Under the Kellogg Pact”
January 21, #140, “China -- Internal Politics”
January 28, #141, “Silver -- An International Problem”
March 3, #142, “The Eastern Crisis”
March 10, #143, “Disarmament Proposals”
March 17, #144, “The United States at Geneva”
March 24, #145, “Dangers to the League”
March 31, #146, “Are Sanctions Predictable?”
April 7, #147, “The Irish Free State”
April 14, #148, “The German Elections”
April 28, #150, “What Progress in Disarmament?”
May 5, #151, “An Interdependent World”
May 12, #152, “World-Wide Economic Disorganization”
May 19, #153, “Paying for the War”
May 26, #154, “Governments as 'Shylocks' and 'Defaulters”'
June 2, #155, “Shall International Trade Be Stifled?”
June 9, #156, “Gold -- Tyrant or Servant?”
November 26, #158, “Non-partisanship in Foreign Affairs”
December 3, #159, “The Question of Intergovernmental Debts”
December 10, #160, “Disarmament or Re-armament?”
December 17, #161, “The League and Manchukuo”
December 31, #162, “The Year in International Affairs”
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1933
January 7, #163, “World Economic Problems in 1933”
January 14, #164, “The State Department”
January 21, #165, “Philippine Independence”
January 28, #166, “Fascism in Japan”
February 4, #167, “Hitler's Accession to Power”
February 11, #168, “The Irish Election”
February 18, #169, “Cuban Revolt”
February 25, #170, “The USSR Makes Readjustments”
March 4, #171, “Foreign Problems Facing the Administration”
March 11, #172, “Changes in Party Power in Germany”
March 18, #173, “Japan Versus the League”
March 25, #174, “Peace or War in Europe?” by Raymond L. Buell
April 1, #175, “Soviet Recognition,” by Vera M. Dean
April 8, #176, “The American Tariff and the World Crisis,” by Maxwell S. Stewart
April 15, #177, “Economic and Military Disarmament,” by William T. Stone
April 22, #178, “American Policy in the Pacific,” by T. A. Bisson
April 29, #179, “Preparations for the World Economic Conference”
May 6, #180, “Franco-Russian Relations”
May 13, #181, “War in South America”
May 20, #182, “The President's Leadership”
May 27, #183, “The American Offer at Geneva”
June 3, #184, “The Political Background of the Economic Conference”
June 10, #185, “The American Stake in the Economic Conference,” by Raymond L. Buell
June 17, #186, “Nazi Germany,” by Mildred S. Wertheimer
June 24, #187, “The World Economic Conference in Session”