Interviews with Cyrus Eaton - organized chronologically
Cyrus Eaton & Gunner Back Interview 1958 at Union League, Philadelphia, PA, January 16, 1958- (focus is on Russia, nuclear scientists, Mr. Dulles, and disarmament
Cyrus Eaton and Norman Wain, 1958, Station WDOK: statement about the ability of the USA and Russia to live side by side in peace, May 5, 1958
Echoes Interview Cyrus Eaton on American Iron, Coal and Steel King, September 1958
Background info on Eaton, questions on democrati in the white house, effect on Stock Exchange, Recession in US over, international credit mechanismss adequate or not, enterprise of businessman, International prospects of investment in the Sahara and in French black Africa, Will rhythm of growth of production outdistance the increase of the needs of users? What is Most profitable for a millionaire
David J. Ghent of The Telegram in Toronto sends questions for Eaton he plans to ask for taped telephone interview on subjects associated with the Fourth Pugwash Conference, June 26, 1959
Discuss meeting between Eisenhower and Khrushchev that Eaton encouraged; Eaton's travels in Russia, how Russians and Americans feel about Eaton's connection with Russia, its advocacy of US/Russia trade being beneficial to both countries, recognition of China.
Charles Day Interview with Cyrus Eaton, September 15, 1960
Topics focused on UN General Assembly, Khrushchev, Kadar, Castro, disarmament, US military bases outside US, China, faith in America, Eaton's friendly relationship with Russians, newspapers stirring up animosity, Eaton's interest in Russia and relationship with Khrushchev, U2 incident, spying, stirring up controversy, standard of living in USSR, steel, criticism of US spending so much on weapons that become obsolete, potential clashes between Khrushchev and Mao, intentions to see Khrushchev in NY when he addresses UN.
Cyrus Eaton Speaks his Mind, The World Around US, February 4, 1961, interviewed by Paul
Last page is letter from Tom Ashwell, producer of World Around US, Station CFPL-TV, London, Ontario, Canada
Long introduction of Eaton. In Interview Topics include "no regrets and no fears", relationship with Khrushchev, able wives, (Asked Anne Eaton what it was like to be married to Eaton,) qualifications to be international mediator, role of Canada in international affairs, need to recognize China in UN, role of education in science, history, philosophy, important role of women in future of Pugwash Conferences, (Anne talks about conversations with others in foreign countries); Canada more objective in news reporting due to antipathy of US toward USSR, reform and danger in espionage, Khrushchev's desire for peace, U-2 incident, early Pugwash conferences and Eaton's changing role, (Anne Eaton talks about raising ducks and geese in Nova Scotia). Final question is it possible to have peace in our times?
Bob Pearlman of Kansas City Star interviewed Eaton on May 1, 1961 in Kansas City and published article on May 2, 1961 called "Says Rich Men Lead into Danger"
Mike Wallace Interviews Cyrus Eaton, Anne Eaton, and later interviews Leo Szilard, Robert Weaver, and Anita Loos on Channel 3-KYW on PM-East Program, July 17, 1961 -
not much substance: Would Eaton invite an evil person to his home, what's it like to be married to Eaton, are they partners,