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This is an audio recording of John Brinkley's Sunday evening radio broadcast from Little Rock, Arkansas. In part one he talks about his childhood in North Carolina, government propaganda and the war in Europe. Brinkley discusses the suffering inflicted by war and the moral courage it takes to denounce war. In part two Brinkley discusses the need for a wholesome environment and the importance of morals. Brinkley asks people to acquaint themselves with the truths of the Bible. He promotes Publicity Newspaper, a patriotic newspaper published by Mr. Garner, Wichita, Kansas. The newspaper reprinted Brinkley's Sunday Evening Talk program. Brinkley announces that he has discontinued his anti-war discussions since the nation was considering entering the war. At the end of the broadcast, he talks about medical issues and encourages people to come to the Brinkley Hospital in Little Rock.

Creator: Brinkley, John Richard, 1885-1942
Date: March 10, 1940

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John Brinkley's Sunday evening talk: beware of propaganda and the war in Europe John Brinkley's Sunday evening talk: beware of propaganda and the war in Europe

Item Number: 204524
Call Number: Brinkley, John Richard, Audio Collection, Tape 21
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 204524

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