Once again we drop in on the "American Family Robinson", a continuing drama about a small town newspaper editor, his wacky relatives, and the evils of FDR's New Deal and socialism. The show was created and syndicated to about 300 stations in the mid-1930s by the National Association of Manufacturers operating under the moniker "The National Industrial Council".
This week, in program 49, Windy Bill is continuing his speech about human progress. It's so ... impressive ... that Mr. Jason offers him a job at his company. So Bill starts making big plans about his role in the company, leading to an analysis of Windy Bill's views on socialism by Luke Robinson.
The show was transferred from an original acetate World Broadcasters Inc. transcription, matrix number 8912-1.