Studs Terkel Interviews Lowell Steward and Colonel Edward Gleed
The interview turns to discussion of what the Lowell did and experienced after the war, including the discrimination he encountered back in the United States. Lowell tells how he had to become a real estate man so that he could buy a house in the area he wanted to live in. Terkel speaks of the injustice of it all, considering that men who were heroes in a war against Hitler and racism could suffer so much discrimination at home.
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