❦ Edward R. Murrow's This I Believe: Selections from the 1950s Radio Series free download ➜ Author Dan Gediman – Varanus.us

Edward R. Murrow's This I Believe: Selections from the 1950s Radio SeriesAn Anthology Of Fifty Essays Featured In Edward R Murrow S 1950s This I Believe Radio Series Includes Such Luminaries Of The Twentieth Century As Pearl Buck, Norman Cousins, Margaret Mead, James Michener, Jackie Robinson, And Harry Truman With An Introduction By Edward R Murrow And A Foreword By Dan Gediman, Executive Producer Of The Contemporary This I Believe Radio Broadcasts, Heard Weekly On Public Radio.

❦ Edward R. Murrow's This I Believe: Selections from the 1950s Radio Series free download ➜ Author Dan Gediman – Varanus.us
  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Edward R. Murrow's This I Believe: Selections from the 1950s Radio Series
  • Dan Gediman
  • English
  • 08 April 2019
  • 1419680404

    10 thoughts on “❦ Edward R. Murrow's This I Believe: Selections from the 1950s Radio Series free download ➜ Author Dan Gediman – Varanus.us


  1. says:

    I like books written the year I was born, 1952, and this is one of those I watched a movie about Murrow under McCarthyism and found this book on my shelf There s only a few recognizable names Hellen Keller, Pearl Buck, Norman Cousins, Herbert Hoover, Aldous Huxley, Jackie Robinson, Thomas Mann, Eleanor Roosevelt Not all famousThe backdrop is the times Post war, at the cusp of the Cold War and McCarthyism The idea of faith seems to be shaken, and the goal seems to be to reaffirm that there I like books written the year I was born, 1952, and this is one of those I watched a movie about Murrow under McCarthyism and found this book on my shelf There s only a few recognizable names Hellen Keller, Pearl Buck, Norman Cousins, Herbert Hoover, Aldous Huxley, Jackie Robinson, Thomas Mann, Eleanor Roosevelt Not all famousThe backdrop is the times Post war, at the cusp of the Cold War and McCarthyism The idea of faith seems to be shaken, and the goal seems to be to reaffirm that there are principles that people live by It s interesting to read what they are The short essays are not philosophical or religious, but mostly personal, homey, anecdotal Another thing included is a short description of the person Some life history, accomplishments, family and a physical description Each person gets 2 pages It s a lovely period piece of who s who and what s what in 1952


  2. says:

    Edward R Murrow was one of the great radio personalities ever In this book are collected a series of short appearances by various people talking about what they believe One of the things he said I think resonates even today A lot of us have traded in our beliefs for a bitterness and cynicism, or for a heavy package of despair or even a quivering portion of hysteria Most of the people quoted I wasn t familiar with but some of them I was, including Pearl Buck, Robert Heinlein his section was Edward R Murrow was one of the great radio personalities ever In this book are collected a series of short appearances by various people talking about what they believe One of the things he said I think resonates even today A lot of us have traded in our beliefs for a bitterness and cynicism, or for a heavy package of despair or even a quivering portion of hysteria Most of the people quoted I wasn t familiar with but some of them I was, including Pearl Buck, Robert Heinlein his section was excellent , Margaret Mead, Jackie Robinson, Eleanor Roosevelt and Harry Truman.All the views were interesting and well thought out


  3. says:

    Personal credos of several famous people from the 50s People like Hellen Keller, Truman, Elenor Roosevelt, etc share their core philosophy in less than 500 words Pretty incredible that people were so hopeful about the future of humanity despite the potential for nuclear doom during the Cold War.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *