George E. Sokolsky

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


44131. George E. Sokolsky. 1940. Program #120. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Your Town". It's the productivity of industry in "your town" that produces the taxes that supports education and public services. However, overburdening people with high taxes can destroy that productivity. The date is approximate. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44129. George E. Sokolsky. 1940. Program #110. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Government Spending". A talk about wasteful government spending and the excess taxation on American citizens that results. The date is approximate. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44130. George E. Sokolsky. 1940. Program #119. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "The Walter-Logan Bill". George Sokolsky discusses a bill to regulate the regulators. A bill proposed to clarify the proliferation of laws and agencies that (are growing) and that are trying to regulate our every move. Sokolsky says that this bill will, "help us out of our prolonged Depression." The date is approximate. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44128. George E. Sokolsky. 1940. Program #109. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "What Of The Future?". A talk about the economic future of America. The date is approximate. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44132. George E. Sokolsky. October 27, 1940. Program #145. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Who Is Fit For Liberty?". Liberty is based on the tripod of democracy, private enterprise, and the rights of the individual. We must not look to "great leaders" or we will wind up under a dictator. When the people control the wealth of a nation, they can control the government, not the other way around. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44133. George E. Sokolsky. November 3, 1940. Program #146. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Self Reliance". George Sokolsky tells about his travels across America. He notes that the food, conveniences and appliances are much the same in different parts of the country. This is due to individual ingenuity. "The only way to keep America real is to keep America free. The only way to keep America free is through private enterprise." Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44134. George E. Sokolsky. November 10, 1940. Program #147. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "What Are We Defending?". The private enterprise system is the foundation of individual liberties, that is what we are defending. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44135. George E. Sokolsky. November 17, 1940. Program #148. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Intelligent Citizenship". Mr. Sokolsky is dismayed at the lack of knowledge displayed by people across our country about the workings of our government. Even teachers of history and social studies are at fault! Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44137. George E. Sokolsky. December 1, 1940. Program #150. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "The Success Of Industrial Preparedness". It took Hitler seven years to prepare for war, it took our free society only several months. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44138. George E. Sokolsky. December 8, 1940. Program #151. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Automobiles and Our Way Of Life". The Depression isn't as deep as people think, if one considers that 71% of the world's automobiles are registered in the United States. One of every seven workers employed is directly connected to the automobile industry. Clyde Catell (announcer), George E. Sokolsky. 13:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44139. George E. Sokolsky. December 15, 1940. Program #152. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Congress Of American Industry". Total preparedness means total defense: the keynote of the 1940 Congress. It will be factories that will win the war. A description of what the Congress is and what it does, why it's a symbol of American freedom. Clyde Catell (announcer), George E. Sokolsky. 13:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44140. George E. Sokolsky. December 22, 1940. Program #153. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Christmas Week, 1940". Our ability to celebrate Christmas in relative peace is directly the result of the free enterprise system. As long as we maintain our sense of freedom and equality for all men, so long shall we be free. America is the sanctuary of man! Clyde Catell (announcer), George E. Sokolsky. 13:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44141. George E. Sokolsky. December 29, 1940. Program #154. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Era Of Good Feeling". George Sokolsky equates the "present" era with that of James Madison, when the years of peace were being used to repair the damages of previous strife. "Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty." Publicity helps keep us free, secret government dealings will destroy our freedom. Clyde Catell (announcer), George E. Sokolsky. 13:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44142. George E. Sokolsky. January 5, 1941. Program #155. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Tariff Problems". A discussion of trade problems caused by a world at war. A report from the Tariff Committee of the National Association Of Manufacturers. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44143. George E. Sokolsky. January 12, 1941. Program #156. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Relationship Of Government To Industry". A report by a committee of the N. A. M. A study of government's relationship to industry and a proposal for eliminating unfair competition. George E. Sokolsky. 13:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44144. George E. Sokolsky. January 19, 1941. Program #157. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "The Program Of Industry". A discussion of the program of the N. A. M. formulated to enhance American defense and a healthy economic life. George E. Sokolsky. 14:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44145. George E. Sokolsky. January 26, 1941. Program #158. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "The Machine Tool Bottleneck". A discussion of how the lack of modern machine tools is hampering the defense industry, and what industry is doing about it. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44146. George E. Sokolsky. February 2, 1941. Program #159. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Primer For Americans". Guest speaker Mrs. Oswald Lord talks about the American woman and her relationship to American industry, and their mutual interests. A pamphlet put out by the N.A.M. that discusses the American woman's place in our economy and as citizens, is offered. George E. Sokolsky, Mrs. Oswald Lord. 13:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44147. George E. Sokolsky. February 9, 1941. Program #160. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "The Cost Of National Defense". A discussion of the factors involved in the cost to each American to produce a strong America, and how that cost will be met. George E. Sokolsky. 13:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44148. George E. Sokolsky. February 11, 1941. Program #161. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Interview With W. Selden Washington". A four times great-grandnephew of George Washington tells how those descendants live now as ordinary citizens who did not benefit from their ancestor's greatness. Sokolsky sounds bombastic and pompous. George E. Sokolsky, W. Selden Washington. 13:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44149. George E. Sokolsky. February 23, 1941. Program #162. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Expansion Of Business". A discussion of the problems that arose when manufacturers had to rapidly gear up for defense production. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 14 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44150. George E. Sokolsky. March 2, 1941. Program #163. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Scout Week". An executive of the Boy Scouts, and a scout, tell how the American family, particularly Scouts, can help our nation gear up for defense. George E. Sokolsky. 14:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44151. George E. Sokolsky. March 9, 1941. Program #164. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Only Production Can Help". A discussion of what is involved in gearing up for production of national defense needs. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44152. George E. Sokolsky. March 30, 1941. Program #167. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "The Flexibility Of Industry". A talk on how American industry is gearing up for defense, while at the same time, continuing to produce home needs in the form of consumer goods. George E. Sokolsky. 13:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44153. George E. Sokolsky. April 6, 1941. Program #168. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Easter". A talk comparing the spiritual qualities of Americans and those others (communists, fascists, etc.). Sokolsky compares the right to private property to the attainment of spiritual well-being! Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44154. George E. Sokolsky. April 13, 1941. Program #169. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "April Highlights". A talk about American history and how our country has come full circle, from fighting against oppression by England, to helping England fight the threat of oppression herself. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44155. George E. Sokolsky. April 20, 1941. Program #170. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "The Dollar-A-Year Man". An explanation of who and what the dollar-a-year man is, and how he helps prepare America for war. Some of these men are William Knudson, Edward Stettinius, John Biggers, etc. George Sokolsky extols their virtues. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44156. George E. Sokolsky. April 27, 1941. Program #171. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Music In America". Guest Robert Weede discusses American music with Sokolsky. He extols the N. A. M. as a major force in the "democratization of good music!" Sokolsky, who isn't the best interviewer in the world, asks Robert Weede about his career. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky, Robert Weede. 13:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44157. George E. Sokolsky. May 4, 1941. Program #172. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Sub-Contracting'. What sub-contracting is and why it's important to our defense effort. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

44136. George E. Sokolsky. November 24, 1941. Program #149. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Thanksgiving 1940". In view of the war being waged in Europe, we have much to be thankful for in America: our freedom, our growing economy, and the sanctuary that America offers to refugees of all kinds, especially educators and scientists. Carleton Young, George E. Sokolsky. 13:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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