Notas NAM

47. NAM, “N.A.M. at Work in the East-Central Region,” Detroit, 1936. NAM Archive, Acc. 1411, Box 114, Series I.
48. “Renovation in N.A.M.,” p.75.
49. “Business Defensive: The National Association of Manufachrrers’W’rites a Campaign to Sell Business to U.S. Citizens,” 71DE (Septernber 1936), p. 27.
50. NAM, “What Is Your American S¡’stem All About?” (pamptüet), 1936. NAM Archive, Acc. 1411, Box 114, Series I, pp. 5, 7.
51. George E. Sokolsky, “Crystallizing Publie Opinion Nationally,” speech to the National Industrial Council (a NAM front group), December 5, 1938, pp. 14-15.
52. NAM Public Relations Advisory €lroup, Minutes, Monday, October 23, 1939, NewYork City. NAMArchive, Acc. 1411, Box 112, Series I, pp. 1-2.
53. Ibid., pp. 6-7.
54. James B. Selvage, PR director of NAM, “Memorandum on Community Public Information Programs to Combat Radical Ibndencies and hesent the Con- structive Side of Industry” 1938. NAM Archive, Acc. 1411, Box 111, Series I.
55. Griswold, “Public Relations-Some Misconceptions,” p. 129.
56. NAM Adüsory Committee on Public Relations, minutes, meeting on March 17, 1939. NAMfuchive, Acc. 1411, Box 112, Series I, p. 6.
57. NAM, “N.A.M. at Work in the East-Central Region,” Detroit, 1936. NAM Archive, Acc. 1411, Box 114, Series I, p. 3.
58. Walker and Sklar, Businus Find,s ltsVoice, p.22.
59. The minutes 0f some of these meetings are cited here. They and others may be found in the NAM Archive.
60. NAM, “Outline of Organization and Operation of a Communit¡r Program,” probably 1938. NAM fuchive, Acc. 14L1, Box 114, Series I.
61. NAM Advisory Committee on Public Relations, minutes, meeting on Mareh 17, 1939. NAM Archive, Acc. 1411, Box 112, Series I, p. 12.
62. Pamphlet explaining the “Community hogram Service of N.A.M.,” NAM Archive, Acc. 1411, Box 111, Series I. See also, NAM, Report of the Public Relation Commitee, February 1938. NAM Archive, Acc. 1411, Box 114, Series I, p. 2.
63. NAM, “Experts All: Who’s Who Behind Industry’s Public Information hogram,” 1938. NAM Archive, Acc. 1411, Box 114, Series I.
64. NAM, “Industry Speaks to Millions-with Color-Pictures-Facts.” NAM Archive, Aec. 1411, Box 114, Series I.
65. NAM, “Experts All.” NAM Archive, Aec. 1411, Box 114, Series L 66. NAM Advisory Couunittee on Public Relations, minutes, p. 11
67 . Young Americo, April 19, 1940.
68. By 1941, Young America claimed to have the “largest circulation of any general youth magazine.” Advertisement for Young America in TIDE (May 1, 1941) inside front cover.
69 . Walker and Sklar, Business Find Its Voice. p . 22 .
70. NAM brochure, The National, Industrial, Council, presents “America Marching On” and, “Frontiers of the Future,” Two One-Red Sound Motion Pictures Featuring Lowell, Thomas. Available Without Cost for Schools and Private Showing.”
71. Into the 1950s, it should be inserted, film like these provided civics lessons for schoolchildren throughout much of the United States. Interview with Ros Petcheslry.
72. William Bird, “Enterprise and Meaning: Sponsored Film, 1939-1949.” History Today 39 (December 1989), pp. 24-30.
73. Gustave Le Bon, Th,e Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind (London, 1896, t9ó2), p. 68,
74 Walter Lippmann, Public Opinion (New York, 1922),pp. 163, 165-66.
75. Hartley E. Ilowe, “You have Seen Their Pietures,” Survey Graphic (April 1940), p. 237.
76. NAM, Minutes of Meeting of Committee on Public Relations, Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York City, March 18, 1935. NAMArctrive, Aec. 1411, Box 1, series p. 1.
77. National Association of Broadcasters, “The American Family Robinson,” YAB Reports 7 (August 11, 1939). See also “Industry’s Own Radio program” and undated advertisement for the program. Luke Robinson was played by Bill Adams, whose voice was familiar to millions as the narrator of Henry Luce’s staunechly pro-business newsfilm series, The March of Time.
78. Typescript synopsis. NAM Arehive, Acc. 1411, Box 113, Series I. 79. Pamphlet promoting Your lbwn. NAM Archive, Acc. 1411, Box 113, Series I
80. NAM Advisory Cornmittee on Public Relations, minutes of meeting on f,arch 17, 1939, p. 14.

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