Originally reported P. 340 -- last August -- as follows: ""I finished reading this collection of some 14 radio dramas just as the news came that Corwin had been awarded the One World globe-circling trip. Evidence is here that the award was merited -- for, in his chosen medium, he bears witness to his deep conviction that the conscience of art must be vocal in support of ""one world"". This collection is very much Norman Corwin, for each play is followed by author's notes on how and why it was written, and briefly some comments on production. The Plays themselves were, in the main, chosen from those written under the series Passport for Adams (Tel Aviv, Moscow, There Will be Time Later, etc.) or from the 22 he did under, ""Columbia Presents"". A few are fantasy, whimsy, light satire; most of them have an underlying them of serious import; all show a varied talent, a brilliant gift of dialogue and the bon mot.