Cold War Radio# 184

Posted: April 8, 2015 in Uncategorized
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“SOS: U.S. Missile Defense”

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Show Notes:

SOS: U.S. Missile Defense

Judge Accuses Obama Lawyers Of Misleading Him, Refuses To Restart Amnesty

Mark Halperin: Unprecedented $31 Million Super Pac Effort Backing Ted Cruz For President

Like Clintons, Bush Family Has Ties To Visa Program For Wealthy Foreign Investors

Today In Cold War History
1950 – India and Pakistan sign the Liaquat–Nehru Pact. The Liaquat–Nehru Pact or Delhi Pact was a bilateral treaty was between the two South-Asian states, India and Pakistan, whereby refugees were allowed to return unmolested to dispose of their property, abducted women and looted property were to be returned, forced conversions were unrecognized, and minority rights were confirmed.
1952 – U.S. President Harry Truman calls for the seizure of all domestic steel mills to prevent a nationwide strike. In response to a labor/management impasse arising from bitter disagreements over wage and price controls, Truman instructed his Secretary of Commerce, Charles W. Sawyer, to take control of a number of the nation’s steel mills in April 1952. Truman cited his authority as Commander in Chief and the need to maintain an uninterrupted supply of steel for munitions to be used in the war in Korea. The Supreme Court found Truman’s actions unconstitutional, however, and reversed the order in a major separation-of-powers decision, Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. v. Sawyer (1952). The 6–3 decision, which held that Truman’s assertion of authority was too vague and was not rooted in any legislative action by Congress, was delivered by a Court composed entirely of Justices appointed by either Truman or Roosevelt. The high court’s reversal of Truman’s order was one of the notable defeats of his presidency.
1954 – A Royal Canadian Air Force Canadair Harvard collides with a Trans-Canada Airlines Canadair North Star over Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, killing 37 people.
1954 – South African Airways Flight 201 A de Havilland DH.106 Comet 1 crashes into the sea during night killing 21 people.
1959 – The Organization of American States drafts an agreement to create the Inter-American Development Bank.The Inter-American Development Bank is the largest source of development financing for Latin America and the Caribbean.
1960 – The Netherlands and West Germany sign an agreement to negotiate the return of German land annexed by the Dutch in return for 280 million German marks as Wiedergutmachung. At the end of World War II, plans were made in the Netherlands to annex German territory as compensation for the damages caused by the war
1964 – Gemini 1 (unamanned test flight) launched.
1970 – Bahr El-Baqar primary school bombing: Israeli bombers strike an Egyptian school. Forty-six children are killed.

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