00 / 00 ©Santi Visalli/Getty Images A. J. Muste talks with Studs Terkel BROADCAST: Feb. 15, 1965 | DURATION: 00:59:26 Synopsis Peace advocate and labor activist, A. J. Muste, discusses war and how human conflict can be overcome; recorded at the home of Sidney Lens shortly after Muste's 80th birthday. Details Broadcast Date Feb. 15, 1965 Physical Format 1 sound tape reel (ca. 59.48 min.) : 10 1/2 in. Duration 59 minutes, 26 seconds Digital Format WAV Ownership The Chicago History Museum Language English Topics Working, Labor, Economy Pacifists, Peace Activists & Anti-Bomb Activism People Social Reformers Tags WFMT (Radio station : Chicago, Ill.) Muste, Abraham John, 1885-1967--Interviews Lens, Sidney Pacifism Socialism--United States Labor unions--United States Radicalism Audiotapes. Radio programs. Muste, Abraham John, 1885-1967,-- interviewee Pacifist Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948 Nuclear War Antinuclear movement Atomic bomb American exceptionalism Related Programs A program discussing the antinuclear movement with Sylvia Johnson and others May. 23, 1983 David Thompson, two Welshmen and Ann Thompson discuss rugby and Wales Harry Maurer discusses his book "Not Working: An Oral History of the Unemployed" May. 1, 1980 John and Karen Hess discuss their book "The Taste of America" Mar. 10, 1977 Ed Sadlowski discusses unions Feb. 11, 1992 Presenting a Labor Day Program with excerpts of interviews conducted for the book "Working: People Talk about What They Do all Day and How They Feel About What They Do"