Radio: Hate?

Should the U.S. people be made to hate? And if so, whom—the enemy people or merely the enemy Governments?

This was the dire question that exercised the broadcasting industry's biggest bull session, the Institute for Education by Radio. Held annually at Columbus, Ohio, since 1930 under the sponsorship of Ohio State University, the conference's first twelve meetings served mainly as occasions for bestowing honors, discussing knacks and know-how, airing pet peeves.

Hate was not on the Institute agenda. It was not introduced by mild-mannered Writer-Director Norman Corwin, though Corwin, at what was supposed to...

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