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William Watts Folwell autobiographical comments and readings
1. Speech given at a dinner celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Minneapolis Public Library. 2."Beyond Victory," a discussion of World Problems before the United Nations General Assembly. 3. High School radio workshop production of "A Dissertation on roast pig."
University convocation, "Is European democracy going to collapse?," by Eduard Benes
Convocation, "The Problems of Freedom," address by Thomas Mann
Frank Rarig discusses his early days in Minnesota with Professor Howell
Frank Rarig discusses some of his famous students and growth of the University of Minnesota speech department
Frank Rarig discusses the teaching of oral interpretation with Professor Howell
Frank Rarig Talks to Howard Gilkenson about his career in speech
Frank Rarig Talks to Howard Gilkenson about his career in speech
Julius Nolte on Frank Rarig
"A Lesson From History for the World We Want," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 41
A program of Negro poetry read and discussed by Grace Walker
"Children in Wartime," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 38 (incomplete)
"Economic and Political Problems After the War," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 42
"Education For the World We Want," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 33
"History and Literature," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 49
"Is the Culbertson Plan a Solution for Post-War Problems?," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 48
"Limbering Up the Adult Mind," discussion
"Mother America," continuation of discussion
"Political Prospects for Post-War Reconstruction," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 28
"Preparation of Administrators and of Programs of Action for Occupied Countries," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 39
"Psychological Cross-Currents and the Peace," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 59
"The Arabs," discussion of Philip K. Hitti's book, The Arabs, Special Bulletin No. 57
"The Economic Importance of Latin America," discussion
"The Function of Arts in the World We Want," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 31
"The Need For Prophets," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 37
"The Spirit of Latin American Government," discussion
"The Spirit of Latin American Literature," discussion, Special Bulletin, no. 45
"The World - It's Natural and Human Resources," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 24
"Wartime Anxieties," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 40
"What America and India Can Teach Each Other," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 36
"What History Does a Citizen Need to KNow to Function Effectively in a Democracy?," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 44
"What Is the Future for International Organization?," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 30
"What of Free Enterprise After the War?," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 43
"Why International Cooperation has failed," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 29
"American Youth: Are They Educated for Post-War Citizenship?," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 73
"Better Teamwork Between the President and Congress," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 79
"Bureaucracy," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 70
"Can We Trust Public-Opinion Polls?," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 101
"Contributions of Russian Science to Medicine," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 102
"Economic Problems of Southeastern Asia," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 92
"Education and the People's Peace," discussion, Special Bulletin, no. 74
"Education of the Farm Population in Minnesota," discussion, Special Bulletin, no. 104
"Higher Education and the War," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 67
"History in School and Colleges," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 65
"Is German War-Mindedness Due to Aggression?," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 64
"Latin America to the North," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 71
"Libraries of the Future," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 80
"Methods of Campaigning in the Presidency," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 97
"Minorities and the Schools," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 66
"Mother America," discussion of Carlos Romulo's book, Mother America, Special Bulletin no. 60
"On Being a Real Person," discussion of Harry Emerson Fosdick's book, On Being A Real Person, Special Bulletin no. 76
"Peace-makers' Problems," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 103
"Poetry and the War," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 63
"Politics and the War in China," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 94
"Problems and Prospects of Post-War Education," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 90
"Re-education of the Germans," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 69
"Rural Education," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 88
"Stabilization of International Exchange," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 78
"The Attack on Progressive Education," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 87
"The British White Paper," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 72
"The Economic Reconstruction of Europe," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 99
"The Effects of Japanese Methods of Promoting Her Co-Prosperity Sphere in Southeastern Asia," Special Bulletin no. 93
"The Electoral College and How It Works," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 96
"The German Philosophy of Life," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 68
"The Humanities in the World We Want," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 85
"The International Food Problem," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 77
"The Literary Fallacy," discussion of Bernard de Voto's book, The Literary Fallacy, Special Bulletin no. 86
"The Moon Is Down," discussion about John Steinbeck's book The Moon Is Down, Special Bulletin no. 62
"The Organization of the Future Farmers of America," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 105
"The United States Constitution in Relations to a World Organization," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 100
"The Veteran Returns," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 98
"The World of Cartels We Live in," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 83
"The World They Want," discussion, Special Bulletin, no. 89
"Total Peace," discussion of Ely Culbertson's book Total Peace, Special Bulletin no. 61
"Union Now," discussion of Clarence Streit's book, Union Now, Special Bulletin no. 81
"What Can Be Done in 2 Years in College?," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 75
"What is the Outlook for Employment After the War?," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 91
"What Should Be Our Attitude Toward Russia?," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 82
"Who Can and Does Vote," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 94
"Are Democracies Following the Road to Serfdom?," discussion, Freidrich Hayek's book, Road to Serfdom, Special Bulletin no. 122
"Building Tax Bases for the Postwar Period," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 137
"Cannery Row," discussion of John Steinbeck's book, Cannery Row, Special Bulletin no. 112
"Dumbarton Oaks," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 111
"Economic Basis For Peace," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 117
"How To Make Peace With Germany," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 113
"How to Read a Newspaper," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 119
"Improving Teaches Personnel," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 133
"Medical and Vocational Rehabilitation of the Handicapped," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 128
"Minorities and Community Living," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 138
"Must We Fear Russia?," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 109
"Naxi Re-education," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 123
"Pan Americanism Today and Tomorrow," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 120
"Political Tensions in Argentina," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 136
"Post-war trade with Russia," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 126
"Principles of Democratic Administration," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 107
"Problems of Public Health," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 116
"Race Prejudice and Our Schools," discussion, Special Bulletin no. 118
"Shall the Faculty Set Itself to Deepen and Extend the Social Consciousness of Student?," discussion
"Shall We Have Peace-time Conscription?," discussion, Special Bulletin no 124