The Glass Curtain

November 1957
Time;11/18/1957, Vol. 70 Issue 21, p46
The article focuses on the self-imposed censorship by Arthur Godfrey for his television and radio programs. It states that Godfrey gathered newsmen to announce that he will ban his shows after admitting that his plans for the U.S. military defense endangered him with the administration. It also mentions that Godfrey flew to Texas and spoke with Senate Majority Leader Lyndon B. Johnson wherein the latter told him that Congress allotted money for the Air Force and asked him to leave the state.


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