Radio: Commentators' Week

One of the most important voices in radio—one first heard 20 years ago—stirred up so much excitement that it raised the whole question of the powers and responsibilities of radio's news handlers as quasi-public servants.

Congressmen noted that many of the letters that had deluged them on the labor question (TIME, March 30) advised them to listen to Kaltenborn. Listening, they found that Kaltenborn was being more than a commentator. In mid-March he took labor as an issue and, going beyond criticism, became virtually a stump speaker. Samples:

>"I say to the leaders of union labor, the people still rule. . ....

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