Radio Free Europe's Crusade for freedom : rallying Americans behind Cold War broadcasting, 1950-1960
- Cummings, Richard H., 1944-
- Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c2010.
- Physical Description
- viii, 257 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
- "This book takes an in-depth look at Radio Free Europe's "Crusade for Freedom," from 1950 to 1960, revealing how its unmatched pageantry of patriotism led to the creation of a dynamic movement involving not only the government but also private industry, mass media, academia, religious leaders, and, lastly, "the average Joe"--Provided by publisher.
- Radio Free Europe > History.
- International broadcasting > United States.
- International broadcasting > Europe, Eastern.
- Patriotism > United States.
- Richard H. Cummings.
- How it all began -- A roll call of all Americans who love freedom -- Help truth fight Communism : join the crusade for freedom -- From freedom-grams to flying saucers -- Help stop World War III before it starts : with truth dollars! -- How you can help fight Communism! -- Newspaper boys and balloons against Communists -- The one thing the Iron Curtain can't keep out--truth -- Freedom is not free! -- Truth broadcasts, bowling and Harlem Globetrotters -- Concluding the crusade for freedom.
|Book||OSA Archivum Library||Reference collection||384.54094/09045 CUM||Reference||-|
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