Radio: Long Views

Forward: Small station KCKN in Kansas City, Kans. last week was broadcasting a serial reading of Clarence Streit's famous book Union Now. A levelheaded zealot, Streit argues for immediate federal union of the U.S., England and the democratic dominions as a means of winning the war and forming the nucleus of a World Government. Significant fact: KCKN, in the heart of the long isolationist Middle West, is owned and operated by Senator Arthur Capper, an anemometrist who has never had to wet his thumb to know how the political wind blows.

Backward: Mutual Broadcasting System's grave Analyst Raymond Gram Swing, in an...

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