Radio in Wartime

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Radio in Wartime

By Sherman H. Dryer
Greenberg, 1942
384 pp. $3.00

A critical examination and appraisal of the function of American radio during the present war, with suggestions for increasing its usefulness. The author is director of radio production at the University of Chicago.

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