At Issue

At Issue is a monthly public affairs series covering a variety of topics.

Episodes

  1. Slowdown in Congress, broadcast on 1963-10-07.
  2. The Lesson of Thalidomide, broadcast on 1963-10-14.
  3. The Press and Mrs. Nhu, broadcast on 1963-10-21.
  4. South Africa and the UN, broadcast on 1963-10-28.
  5. Science Goes to Washington, broadcast on 1963-11-04.
  6. State Department Briefing, broadcast on 1963-11-11.
  7. The Next Step for East and West, broadcast on 1963-11-18.
  8. The TFX, broadcast on 1963-11-25.
  9. Hatred in America, broadcast on 1963-12-02.
  10. The Christmas Boycott, broadcast on 1963-12-09.
  11. Tobacco Troubles, broadcast on 1963-12-16.
  12. The Night After Christmas, broadcast on 1963-12-23.
  13. The Senate and Politics: 1964, broadcast on 1963-12-30.
  14. Conflict with Canada, broadcast on 1964-01-06.
  15. Countdown on Civil Rights, broadcast on 1964-01-13.
  16. How to Stop Smoking, broadcast on 1964-01-20.
  17. The View from Panama, broadcast on 1964-01-27.
  18. What Price Poverty, broadcast on 1964-02-03.
  19. The President and the Press, broadcast on 1964-02-10.
  20. The Battle for School Integration, broadcast on 1964-02-17.
  21. Redistricting the Congress, broadcast on 1964-02-24.
  22. The Unemployed, broadcast on 1964-03-02.
  23. Trading with Communist Countries, broadcast on 1964-03-09.
  24. The Railroad War, broadcast on 1964-03-16.
  25. Interview with Sergeant Shriver, broadcast on 1964-03-23.
  26. The View from Venezuela, broadcast on 1964-03-30.
  27. Outlook on Cancer, broadcast on 1964-04-06.
  28. Beyond the Rudy Trial: Justice and the Press, broadcast on 1964-04-13.
  29. The Stakes in Vietnam, broadcast on 1964-04-20.
  30. The Billion Dollar Bird, broadcast on 1964-04-27.
  31. The View from Brazil, broadcast on 1964-05-04.
  32. NATO at the Crossroads, broadcast on 1964-05-11.
  33. Innocent by Reason of Insanity: The Psychiatrist in Court , broadcast on 1964-05-18.
  34. The Defense Cutback, broadcast on 1964-05-25.
  35. Experiement in Ignorance, broadcast on 1964-06-01.
  36. How the Press Was Won, broadcast on 1964-06-08.
  37. The Promise of the College Graduate: From Rhetoric to Reality , broadcast on 1964-06-15.
  38. Mr. Ambassador, broadcast on 1964-06-22.
  39. The Fight for an Equal Vote, broadcast on 1964-06-29.
  40. Mississippi: A Conversation with James W. Silver, broadcast on 1964-07-06.
  41. After de Gaulle, broadcast on 1964-07-13.
  42. A Conversation with Willard Wirtz, broadcast on 1964-07-20.
  43. A Conversation with Stewart Udall, broadcast on 1964-07-27.
  44. The Negro Voice. Part 1, broadcast on 1964-08-03.
  45. The Negro Voice. Part 2, broadcast on 1964-08-10.
  46. Goldwater: The European Response, broadcast on 1964-08-17.
  47. The Kiddie Market, broadcast on 1964-08-24.
  48. Attack on the Courts, broadcast on 1964-10-01.
  49. Police Power, broadcast on 1964-11-01.
  50. The Noisemakers, broadcast on 1964-12-01.
  51. Quiet Conflict, Brunswick, GA, broadcast on 1965-01-01.
  52. Medical Care: Are We Getting the Best?, broadcast on 1965-02-01.
  53. President and the News, broadcast on 1965-03-01.
  54. Vice President Hubert Humphrey, broadcast on 1965-04-01.
  55. Eastern European Transition, broadcast on 1965-05-01.
  56. Death on the Highway, broadcast on 1965-06-01.
  57. America Observed, broadcast on 1965-07-01.
  58. Hiroshima, broadcast on 1965-08-01.
  59. Inside the Ghetto, broadcast on 1965-09-01.
  60. Great Label Mystery, broadcast on 1965-10-01.
  61. The Great Society and the GOP, broadcast on 1965-10-01.
  62. The Leisure Boom: An Examination of the American Pursuit of Pleasure, broadcast on 1965-12-01.
  63. The Crisis in the Atlantic Alliance, broadcast on 1966-01-01.
  64. The Job Corps, broadcast on 1966-02-01.
  65. What's Happening to Television?, broadcast on 1966-04-01.
  66. Nike-X, broadcast on 1966-05-01.
  67. Obscenity and the Law, broadcast on 1966-06-01.
  68. Congress and Ethics, broadcast on 1966-07-01.
  69. The Information War, broadcast on 1966-08-01.