The Freedom Story

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.


19680. The Freedom Story. 1951. Program #41B. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "China Under Communism". Sustaining. How the Communists took over China and how U. S. recognition of the "Reds" would plunge an entire continent into despair. The date is approximate. . 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19679. The Freedom Story. 1951. Program #40B. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Boy Scouts Of America". Sustaining. The history of the Scouts from 1910 in England to the present day. Their success was due to lack of government intervention! The date is approximate. . 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19677. The Freedom Story. 1951. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Yugoslavia Falls To Communism". Sustaining. An interview with Oscar Gabrilovich, the former Yugoslav Counsel General. How three thousand Communists took over a country of sixteen million. A strong anti-Communist program. The date is approximate. Oscar Gabrilovich. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19678. The Freedom Story. 1951. Program #39B. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The South Comes Back". Sustaining. How the southern states went through Reconstruction...without Federal help and subsides. The date is approximate. . 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19676. The Freedom Story. 1951. Program #37B. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Declaration Of Independence". Sustaining. How America came to declare its freedom and the events surrounding the Declaration are dramatized. The date is approximate. . 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19674. The Freedom Story. 1951. Program #33B. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Citizen". Sustaining. A Russian peasant couple immigrates to America. A touching scene when they meet a New York traffic cop. The date is approximate. . 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19675. The Freedom Story. 1951. Program #36B. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Life Under Communism". Sustaining. A day in the life of an average Russian worker is dramatized sounds like hell on Earth! The date is approximate. . 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19673. The Freedom Story. 1951. Program #32B. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Untouchables". Sustaining. A stirring challenge to the forces that would change your way of life, weaken your spiritual ideals, crush your liberty! A church oriented, apparently right wing group against strong centralized government. The story of the "Untouchable" who fought to abolish India's caste system. The date is approximate. . 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

37805. The Freedom Story. September 1952. Program #38F. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Government By The People". Sustaining. A clever allegorical story about a "democratic" family being done in by creeping socialism. The date is approximate. GeGe Pearson, Parley Baer, Anne Whitfield, Rex Koury (organ), Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

37804. The Freedom Story. September 1952. Program #37F. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Salute To Indianapolis". Sustaining. "The more the government does for us, the more it will do to us." How the city of Indianapolis fights Federal Government money and handouts. The date is approximate. Howard Culver, Rex Koury (organ), Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

37806. The Freedom Story. September 22, 1952. Program #39F. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Freedom Of Choice". Sustaining. A drama pointing out that we ought to know what our candidates stand for on public housing and other issues before voting for them. Lurene Tuttle, Vic Perrin, Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

37807. The Freedom Story. September 29, 1952. Program #40F. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Story Of Mary Cain". Sustaining. The story about the woman who joined the seven way race for governor of Mississippi, running against social security and "something for nothing" federal programs, and who got into trouble. Includes an interview with Mary Cain. Mary Cain, Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

37792. The Freedom Story. October 6, 1952. Program #41F. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Christian's Political Responsibility". Sustaining. Five principals are discussed, starting with "The law of God is sovereign over the law of man. If the two conflict, man's law must be ignored." Includes an interview with Rep. Ralph Guinn (New York). Ralph Guinn. 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

37793. The Freedom Story. October 13, 1952. Program #42F. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Christopher Columbus". Sustaining. The factors that lead to the greatness of Spain's age of discovery, and how the abandonment of these principals led to the country's downfall. . 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41546. The Freedom Story. January 4, 1953. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Christian Way". Sustaining. An eleven year old boy is trying very hard to be a Christian by helping out a poor friend, but he's going about it in the wrong way. James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer), Dick Beals. 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41529. The Freedom Story. October 3, 1953. Program #41G. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Things To Come". Sustaining. A man's farm burns to the ground, the farmer disappears after leaving all his valuables with friends. The farmer is so ashamed of the subsidies he had been receiving, he cannot face anyone. Subsidies are destroying the moral fibre of our farmers. James C. Ingebretsen, Parley Baer, Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41534. The Freedom Story. October 12, 1953. Program #42G. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Foreign Aid". Sustaining. The story of a subsidized football team is equated to subsidies and aids given to other nations, which destroys their self-reliance and the spirit that makes them unique and strong. James W. Fifield Jr., Parley Baer, Jerry Silver, Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41535. The Freedom Story. October 19, 1953. Program #43G. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "To Each According To Need". Sustaining. An unwitting do-gooder is dealing with her employees in a communistic manner, until Dr. Fifield points out that she should pay according to merit first, then help those who need more. James W. Fifield Jr., Virginia Gregg. 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41536. The Freedom Story. October 26, 1953. Program #44G. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Individual Rights". Sustaining. A pompous businessman thinks he's found a Communist and a "fellow traveler" in his community. He tries to make everyone else see things his way. Dr. Fifield makes him realize that he's fighting Communism with Communism just in time to protect someone else who's been falsely accused. James W. Fifield Jr.. 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41537. The Freedom Story. November 2, 1953. Program #45G. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Who's Guilty?". Sustaining. A story that proves that children who are given a strong moral upbringing will always know right from wrong. Dr. Fifield says that this will prevent communistic ideas from "taking hold of our youth." James W. Fifield Jr.. 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41538. The Freedom Story. November 9, 1953. Program #46G. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Turn Back The Clock". Sustaining. A story about a marriage on the rocks, which Dr. Fifield equates with the failure of our government. Getting rid of Federal subsidies of all sorts is the only way for our country to survive. James W. Fifield Jr., Lurene Tuttle, Tom McKee, Robert Emlin. 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41539. The Freedom Story. November 16, 1953. Program #47G. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Korean Prisoner". Sustaining. An American P. O. W. is brainwashed into thinking that by staying in China he will be fighting for human rights and equality. He is asked one question, "Is he free to stop doing what he is doing or not?" James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41540. The Freedom Story. November 23, 1953. Program #48G. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Thanksgiving". Sustaining. On Thanksgiving eve, Dr. Fifield is asked to perform a marriage ceremony. No one has ever seen the groom, who turns out to be blind. Dr. Fifield concludes that there are no problems that love cannot cure. James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41541. The Freedom Story. November 30, 1953. Program #49G. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Too Many Controls". Sustaining. Dr. Fifield points out the fallacy of government price controls...and their immorality. James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41542. The Freedom Story. December 7, 1953. Program #50G. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Trusting Freedom". Sustaining. When a young girl isn't trusted by her parents to make the right decision, they find that by giving her the freedom to make her own decision, she does the right thing. Art Ballinger (announcer), James W. Fifield Jr., Jeanine Roos, Lurene Tuttle, Parley Baer. 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41543. The Freedom Story. December 14, 1953. Program #51G. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Something For Nothing". Sustaining. A family portrait points out the truth in the saying that nothing, especially government services, is totally free. James W. Fifield Jr., Parley Baer, Lurene Tuttle, Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41544. The Freedom Story. December 21, 1953. Program #52G. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Merry Christmas". Sustaining. A story about an eleven-year-old girl who practiced what some of us preach; that it's better to give than to receive. James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41545. The Freedom Story. December 28, 1953. Program #53G. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Freedom...Almost". Sustaining. An American escapes from a jail, supposedly in an Iron Curtain country. He almost escapes to freedom, but is betrayed at the last moment. . 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41501. The Freedom Story. January 11, 1954. Program #1H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Most Important Man". Sustaining. A dramatic parable that points up the moral that each of us is as important any the other in the fight for freedom. James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41502. The Freedom Story. January 18, 1954. Program #2H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Do Unto Me, Too". Sustaining. A dramatic parable that points out that the rights of one person are not necessarily good for another. One must work responsibly to be worthy of our rights and benefits and not have them handed to us. James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41503. The Freedom Story. January 25, 1954. Program #3H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Competition and Cooperation". Sustaining. An amusing parable about the building of a scout club house that points out the value of competitive free enterprise, whether the building is a small club house or a national economy. James W. Fifield Jr., Dick Beals, Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41504. The Freedom Story. February 1, 1954. Program #4H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Middle Of The Road". Sustaining. The story of a man who is a confirmed middle-of-the-roader; a man who compromises on everything that he does, until he finds out that compromise isn't always the solution. Definitive choices must be made, we must not mistake "tolerance" with "cowardice." James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41505. The Freedom Story. February 8, 1954. Program #5H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Three Musketeers". Sustaining. Can force be used for good? A short story that points out that giving someone else the power to make our decisions for us only leads to trouble. A parable against too much centralized government. James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41506. The Freedom Story. February 15, 1954. Program #6H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Progressive Income Tax". Sustaining. A story that points out that a system that punishes a person for being industrious is wrong. The income tax that takes more from the high earner per dollar is also wrong. James W. Fifield Jr., Dick Beals, Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41507. The Freedom Story. February 22, 1954. Program #7H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Back From Korea". Sustaining. A story about a man who refused to say, "I am a Communist," to gain his freedom. A portrait of his life as a prisoner of war. We must do what we think is right, and not compromise integrity for material gain. James W. Fifield Jr., Jerry Silver, Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41508. The Freedom Story. March 1, 1954. Program #8H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "A Tax On Credulity". Sustaining. A story about some boys in the cookie business that points out that raising taxes does not necessarily bring in more revenue. Higher taxes on higher earnings can drive some businesses right out of existence. James W. Fifield Jr., Dick Beals, Anne Whitfield, Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41509. The Freedom Story. March 8, 1954. Program #9H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "New Freedom For Old". Sustaining. The "current" idea that something new must necessarily be better is disproved by the parable of a "new" school in which all the old competition has been abolished. The students wind up not striving to do better. James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41510. The Freedom Story. March 15, 1954. Program #10H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Planned Immorality". Sustaining. A story about how government red tape in England caused a man to move to the United States. The more regulations the government imposes, the more people will try get around them. James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41511. The Freedom Story. March 22, 1954. Program #11H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Other Side". Sustaining. Two men want to donate land for a boy's camp, but neither will admit that the other's motives aren't mercenary. Neither will talk to or listen to the other. The moral: keep an open mind, and always listen to "the other side." James W. Fifield Jr., Dick Beals, Herb Butterfield, Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41512. The Freedom Story. March 29, 1954. Program #12H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Volunteer". Sustaining. A story that points out that a "volunteer" who is coerced into volunteering is no volunteer at all! James W. Fifield Jr., Dick Beals, Herb Butterfield, Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41513. The Freedom Story. April 5, 1954. Program #13H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Price Of Coffee". Sustaining. A class of school children is shown in a practical way what happens when the government tries to put ceiling prices on commodities. What happens during a price war. Dr. Fifield concludes that "Price controls are evil, and always will be evil." James W. Fifield Jr., Jerry Silver, Dick Beals, Julie Bennett, Anne Whitfield. 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41514. The Freedom Story. April 11, 1954. Program #14H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "An Easter Story". Sustaining. A farm with a mortgage and a bad bridge in the rain equal an easy way out. The farmer, however, does the right thing, and saves his own daughter instead of the man who holds his mortgage. . 14:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41515. The Freedom Story. April 19, 1954. Program #15H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Wide Screen View". Sustaining. A story about two ice cream companies competing for the same business. The advantages of a free enterprise system. . 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41516. The Freedom Story. April 26, 1954. Program #16H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Old Mike". Sustaining. An old bum who lives in a shack isn't the man he seems to be, as people find out after his death. See cat. #56861 for a different production of the same script done a year later. . 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41517. The Freedom Story. May 3, 1954. Program #17H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Indispensable Man". Sustaining. A church pastor has volunteers who actually "run" the various parts of the church. Actually, the pastor runs all the departments and is not doing a very good job of it. The moral: the dispensable man who delegates authority is more indispensable than the man who does it all by himself. . 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41518. The Freedom Story. May 10, 1954. Program #18H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Critics". Sustaining. A short story about a problem with "wrong" and "right" solutions. Moral: we should welcome criticism of government motives until we're sure that the government's methods are "right." . 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41519. The Freedom Story. May 17, 1954. Program #19H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Jumping To Conclusions". Sustaining. To get rid of an unwanted opponent, an unscrupulous businessman allows a nasty rumor to circulate. Trying to quash the rumors later, he is stamped the same way he allowed his opponent to be stamped...as a communist! . 14:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41520. The Freedom Story. May 24, 1954. Program #20H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Dad Tries An Experiment". Sustaining. A family tries to run itself on a democratic basis, but the experiment soon turns into socialism as more and more controls on individual freedoms are imposed. . 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41619. The Freedom Story. May 31, 1954. Program #21H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Radical Ideas". Sustaining. "Sam Aesop" tells a fable about some Indians that leads to the moral: listen carefully to what is being said, not just to who is saying it. "Great" men can espouse foolish ideas. James W. Fifield Jr., Parley Baer, Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41620. The Freedom Story. June 7, 1954. Program #22H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Specialist". Sustaining. "Sam Aesop" tells a fable about the little country of "Alesia," where a "specialist" got tax money to finance a certain project, which has no purpose at all. The moral: do not accept without question the ways that governments spend money. Know where your money goes, don't be beguiled by "Mr. Expert." James W. Fifield Jr., Parley Baer, Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41521. The Freedom Story. June 14, 1954. Program #23H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Fall Guy". Sustaining. Sam Aesop tells a story set on a tropical island. Guards at a prison are being found with their throats cut. By teaching the guards to think for themselves, the killings are stopped. The moral: "Thinking people do not cut their own throats." Howard McNear, Parley Baer. 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41522. The Freedom Story. June 21, 1954. Program #24H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Great Idea". Sustaining. An allegory told by a grandfather to his grandson about our freedoms. The moral: freedoms are granted by God, governments can only take it away, not grant it. James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer), Dick Beals, Herb Butterfield, Howard McNear. 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41523. The Freedom Story. June 28, 1954. Program #25H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Essays On Liberty". Sustaining. What happened to a student in East Germany when a book titled, "Essays On Liberty" was found in his possession. Detention, imprisonment, near-death follows. Moral: freedom comes from God and government should be given only those powers that will insure our god-given liberty. . 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41524. The Freedom Story. July 5, 1954. Program #26H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Friendly Bandit". Sustaining. Mr. Sam Aesop tells a fable about the considerate bureaucracy that feeds everyone while picking their pockets. Moral: the more the governments gives us for "free," the less we have of our freedoms." Parley Baer, James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41525. The Freedom Story. July 12, 1954. Program #27H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Where Does Security Begin?". Sustaining. A dramatic sketch that points out that teaching a child to get along on his own is the way to give him his own security. . 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41526. The Freedom Story. July 19, 1954. Program #28H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Devil Speaks". Sustaining. An allegory that proves that truth is man's mightiest power. Indifference allows evil to advance by default. Dr. Fifield equates government controls with evil and advocates questioning any new regulations of our economy. James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41621. The Freedom Story. July 26, 1954. Program #29H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Neither Hot Nor Cold". Sustaining. Why should you be alive? A story about "middle-of-the-road" people who have no strong feelings about anything at all. Dr. Fifield concludes that middle-of-the-road compromisers go nowhere at all and have no real reason for living! James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer), Howard McNear. 14:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41630. The Freedom Story. August 2, 1954. Program #30H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "One Control Too Many". Sustaining. The same script as program #49G, but a different production. An economics teacher tries to teach teenagers about his subject by introducing price controls on lunch milk. Dr. Fifield concludes that government price controls are wrong because they wind up controlling our lives. "Controls are immoral." James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer), Julie Bennett, Jerry Silver. 14:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41631. The Freedom Story. August 9, 1954. Program #31H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Who Knows Best". Sustaining. Same script as program #50G, different production. Dr. Fifield is against the use of force and controls. He's for "trusting freedom." James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41632. The Freedom Story. August 16, 1954. Program #32H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Right Way vs. The Wrong Way". Sustaining. Same script as program #54G, different production. James W. Fifield Jr., Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41633. The Freedom Story. August 23, 1954. Program #33H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Other Samaritan". Sustaining. Dr. James Ingebretson is introduced as the new president of Spiritual Mobilization. "Sam Aesop" tells the story of the "other" Samaritan, the moral of which is: Government is good in its place, but it can get into too many places if we let it. If a man's best friend is his government, he's in bad shape! Art Ballinger (announcer), Howard McNear, James C. Ingebretsen, James W. Fifield Jr., Parley Baer. 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41634. The Freedom Story. August 30, 1954. Program #34H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Counter Agents". Sustaining. A teenage girl, trying to find out how we are combating Communism, finds that our best counter-agents are not the "cloak and dagger boys," but those citizens who help each other and believe in God! Have faith that a man can run his own life better than the government can. Dr. Ingebretson talks about limiting government. James C. Ingebretsen. 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41527. The Freedom Story. September 6, 1954. Program #35H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Helping Hand Of Government". Sustaining. Mr. Sam Aesop tells a fable about Ozymandius, the king who taxed his people right out of existence. James C. Ingebretsen talks about the deadly moral of the story: Government is taking away our profits and cutting into our ability to produce. James C. Ingebretsen, Parley Baer, Howard McNear. 14:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41528. The Freedom Story. September 13, 1954. Program #36H. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Law Of The Jungle". Sustaining. A story that points out that competition leads to more goods and services for everyone, regulation of competition only benefits government. James C. Ingebretsen, Art Ballinger (announcer). 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56861. The Freedom Story. March 7, 1955. Program #11I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "With Mike's Help". Sustaining. An old bum who lives in a shack isn't quite the man he seems to be, as people find out after his death. A different production of the same script called "Old Mike," done the year previously, see cat. #41516. James W. Fifield Jr.. 15:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56862. The Freedom Story. March 14, 1955. Program #12I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Joe Strikes Out". Sustaining. A neighborhood girl has no date for the big dance, does she really need a helping hand, and if so, what kind? James W. Fifield Jr.. 15:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56864. The Freedom Story. March 21, 1955. Program #13I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Heading For Trouble". Sustaining. A western story about a minister who walked into a fist fight to solve one of today's most serious problems...violence. James W. Fifield Jr.. 14:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56865. The Freedom Story. March 28, 1955. Program #14I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Aunt Hazel". Sustaining. A program about one of the "the happy few." The winner of a soap company contest doesn't react in the expected way. James W. Fifield Jr.. 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56866. The Freedom Story. April 3, 1955. Program #15I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Decision That Moulded The Ages". Sustaining. What could one individual do among the many? Jesus had the answer. James W. Fifield Jr.. 14:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56867. The Freedom Story. April 11, 1955. Program #16I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Cheating". Sustaining. A young boy is caught cheating on a school examination. A person who cheats, handcuffs himself. A wise teacher follows the right course. James W. Fifield Jr., Dick Beals. 14:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56868. The Freedom Story. July 11, 1955. Program #29I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Living On Principal". Sustaining. How come we are so prosperous? A good question, perhaps this is one of the answers! James W. Fifield Jr., Preston Foster, Perry Botkin (composer, performer). 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56869. The Freedom Story. July 18, 1955. Program #30I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Farsightedness". Sustaining. "Presented each week on over five hundred stations from coast to coat." Getting caught in our own trap...it happens to all of us, especially young Carter and his grandfather, the Colonel. James W. Fifield Jr., Dick Beals, Rex Koury (composer, performer). 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56870. The Freedom Story. July 25, 1955. Program #31I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Shooting At Frying Pan Creek". Sustaining. A man confesses to the shooting, but will never be brought to trial. This is what really happened! James W. Fifield Jr., Preston Foster, Perry Botkin (composer, performer). 14:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56871. The Freedom Story. August 1, 1955. Program #32I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "As You Sow". Sustaining. We all complain about restrictions, but sometimes, they can lead to opportunities. A man hires a builder to construct a new house, with no restrictions at all! James W. Fifield Jr.. 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56880. The Freedom Story. October 3, 1955. Program #41I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "One Hundred Sixty Million Problems". Sustaining. One farmer has a great wheat crop, his neighbor has a poor one. There's got to be a reason, and there's got to be a better crop than wheat. James W. Fifield Jr., Preston Foster, Howard McNear, Perry Botkin (composer, performer). 15:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56881. The Freedom Story. October 10, 1955. Program #42I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Let's Be Consistent". Sustaining. A story of The Colonel and Carter. Some people try to justify their actions by strange standards of what is right and what is wrong. James W. Fifield Jr., Perry Botkin (composer, performer). 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56882. The Freedom Story. October 17, 1955. Program #43I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Winner". Sustaining. A football story about coaches. What is it that makes a winner? James W. Fifield Jr., Preston Foster, Perry Botkin (composer, performer). 15:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56883. The Freedom Story. October 24, 1955. Program #44I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Automation". Sustaining. Progress is a misunderstood word. Something "new" is not always something better: especially when talking about machines that can replace men. James W. Fifield Jr., Rex Koury (composer, performer). 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56884. The Freedom Story. October 31, 1955. Program #45I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Trying To Please Everybody". Sustaining. Sometimes we have to choose between two extremes: some people settle for the middle of the road. A story about a young girl on the spot. James W. Fifield Jr., Ted de Corsia, John Duffy (composer, performer). 14:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

56954. The Freedom Story. November 7, 1955. Program #46I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "Something For Nothing". Sustaining. We all pay for what we get. A newly discovered movie star finds this out the hard way. James W. Fifield Jr., Lurene Tuttle, Perry Botkin (composer, performer), Ted de Corsia. 14:22. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

56955. The Freedom Story. November 14, 1955. Program #47I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Ever-Changing Rules". Sustaining. Keep rules to a minimum, and keep them simple. Ted de Corsia, James W. Fifield Jr., John Duffy (composer, performer). 14:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

56956. The Freedom Story. November 21, 1955. Program #48I. Spiritual Mobilization syndication. "The Dependent". Sustaining. The more a person is helped, the weaker they become. This is true in a government's desire to aid its citizens. James W. Fifield Jr., Lurene Tuttle, Ted de Corsia, Perry Botkin (composer, performer). 15:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 82 programs.