The Andrew Carrington Hitchcock Show (884) B. Frederick White – Life In 1950’s America Vs. Life In America Today
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In today’s show originally broadcast on December 27 2018, EuroFolkRadio’s Andrew Carrington Hitchcock interviews B. Frederick White, for a show entitled, “Life In 1950’s America Vs. Life In America Today.”

We discussed: how the America of the 1950’s compares to the America of today; Frederick’s first television set that he got in 1951, along with the type of programs that were aired back then; the dramatic increase of commercials in television programs; the promotion of diversity in television programs; the addiction to Smartphones; how GPS is run off 28 stationary satellites in space; how illegal drugs started to appear in mainstream culture during the mid 1960’s and the dramatic effect these had on society; how the quality of the food available in 1950’s restaurants compares with the quality of the food available in restaurants today; whether the movie, “Back To The Future,” depicted an accurate representation of 1950’s America or not; the dramatic increase in the price of gasoline; George H.W. Bush, James Baker, and The Carlyle Group; Operation Zapata and the Bay Of Pigs; the curious background of Nancy Pelosi; and many other topics.

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