The Red Network

Author: Elizabeth Kirkpatrick Dilling
ISBN: 9781332423668
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Women Of The Far Right

Author: Glen Jeansonne
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226395890
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59. Chicago Herald and Examiner, December 28, 1937; Chicago American,
December 28, 1937; Cornell Daily Sun, May 6, 1940; Chicago Tribune, May 7,
1940. 60. Chicago Tribune, May 7, 1940. 61. Dilling, Reds at Cornell University,
n.p., n.d., 1-11, Dilling papers. 62. Dilling to Mrs. James Cunningham Gray,
November 27, 1940, Dilling papers. 63. Nashville Banner, October 10, 1941;
Bulletin, March 1947,5-11. 64. Zwisler, 22-23; Dilling, The Red Network (Chicago
: self-published, ...

The Definitive Guide To Linux Network Programming

Author: Nathan Yocom
Publisher: Apress
ISBN: 1430207485
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Instead, nodes on our local network only need to know the address of the
gateway. That is, local nodes only need to know which node is the “exit" or “gate"
to all other networks. The gateway takes on the task of correctly routing packets
with foreign destinations to either the remote network itself or another gateway.
For example, consider Figure 1-5, which shows three interconnected networks.
Red Network Green Network Blue Network Bar Gateway FOO Gateway Figure 1-
5. Multiple ...

Education And The Cold War

Author: Andrew Hartman
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 0230611028
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Perhaps nobody did more to perpetuate this problematic conflation than
Elizabeth Dilling, whose famous 1934 catalogue,The Red Network:A 'Who's Who'
and Handbook ofRadicalismfor Patriots, oriented a generation of right-wing
Americans to the “truth about the CommunistSocialist world conspiracy and its
four horsemen, Atheism, Immorality, Class Hatred, and Pacifism-for-the-sake-of-
Red-revolution.”80 Dilling was a proud vigilante, dedicating The Red Network“to
all those sincere ...

Points On The Dial

Author: Alexander Russo
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822391120
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By May 1940 the network had decided to switch WBZ from the Blue Network to
the Red. Shepard was not offered the option to renew as a Red affiliate. He was
incensed, but NBC knew Shepard had no other option besides affiliating with its
network. After a fiery encounter with Shepard over the future of Red Network
affiliation in Boston, William Hedges remarked to the station manager of WTIC
that Shepard returning to CBS was “somewhat of a remote possibility because
John has his ...

100 Media Moments That Changed America

Author: Jim Willis
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313355177
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WEAF and WJZ would be the flagship stations of the network which, in 1927,
were divided into the Red Network and the Blue Network. The Red Network
would air commercial entertainment, while the Blue network would offer news,
public affairs, and cultural programming, without commercial sponsorship. In
1939, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ordered RCA to divest
itself of one of the two networks, and after several court fights, the Blue Network
became ABC in ...