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Norman Corwin

American writer and director of radio broadcasts, considered by some to be the world's foremost writer in the "golden age" of radio. Corwin wrote numerous wartime broadcasts including the famous "On a Note of Triumph", and won many awards including an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe award, and was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame. He also wrote seventeen books, five stage plays, and numerous movie and TV works.


Again and again we have to learn that freedom is not something to be won and then forgotten. It has to be renewed, like soil after yielding good crops. Rewound, like a faithful clock. Exercised, like a healthy muscle.

Dec. 15, 1941 - from "We Hold These Truths"