A Message From William R. Hearst

Copyright 2016, J. David Goldin

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12264. A Message From William R. Hearst. 1935. Syndicated, Brunswick transcription. Sustaining. The message is read by Former Secretary of State (under Wilson) Bainbridge Colby. A pro-business, anti-Roosevelt statement. How to get us out of the Depression. The date is approximate. Bainbridge Colby. 11:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

12265. A Message From William R. Hearst. 1935. Syndicated, Brunswick transcription. "A Criticism and A Creed". Sustaining. An exhortation to Roosevelt to stop experimenting with America's economy and get rid of his "communist advisors." The date is approximate. Bainbridge Colby. 12:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

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