History: Days of Infamy, Daily Life
by American RadioWorks Word for Word
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Explore some of the key questions, values, and historical events that have shaped American life through examinations of Pearl Harbor, 9/11, marriage, immigration, and history itself.
||Battles of Belief in World War II||History World War II WWII conscientious objector draft compulsory military service CO status pacifist non-combat service starvation experiment famine study food psychology Quaker clandestine anti-Nazi Hitler Germany radio propaganda OSS, the Office||9/26/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||Days of Infamy: Dec. 7 and 9/11||us history sociology anthropology military pearl harbor september 11 oral history public opinion american culture||8/30/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||Unmasking Stalin: A Speech That Changed the World||world history soviet union facism krushchev war crimes global politics WWII||8/13/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||The History of Marriage||history sociology anthropoloy family studies marriage divorce feminism women roles gender studies||8/13/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||Why History Matters||us history founding fathers revolutionary war colonial era american revolution presidential history Truman US constitution declaration of independence||8/13/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||A Tribute to Arthur Schlesinger||history presidential kennedy jfk jackie historian||8/13/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||Can the United States Still Afford to be a Nation of Immigrants?||history sociology anthropoloy immigration debate globalization diversity closed borders||8/13/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
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Battles of Belief Missing 2nd Half
Battles of Belief is supposed to have two programs, one on a starvation experiment and one about radio propaganda. The audio file seems only has the first program (played twice). The first program was good, but I was looking forward to the second one.