MARGARET CHASE SMITH: Mrs. Roosevelt.
ANNA ELEANOR ROOSEVELT: Yeah, sure.
MARGARET CHASE SMITH: May I interrupt right there. I wonder why you say we are standing with the Kremlin and with Egypt in the matter we--
ANNA ELEANOR ROOSEVELT: Because there's no one else in the U.N. with us.
MARGARET CHASE SMITH: Our policy is against aggression because we're aggression and other nations are aggression it doesn't mean--
ANNA ELEANOR ROOSEVELT: Whenever--
MARGARET CHASE SMITH: --we are standing with those nations. We aren't standing with the Kremlin, certainly on the aggression in Hungary.
ANNA ELEANOR ROOSEVELT: But, no. But there wouldn't have been an aggression in Hungary, if we haven't encouraged them in the Near East.
BOB SCHIEFFER: And so it went. The argument wasn't settled there nor was the trouble in the Middle East. Our FACE THE NATION Flashback. And the best part was they actually answered the questions. An example not always followed by their male or female successors.
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BOB SCHIEFFER: And thanks for watching FACE THE NATION. See you next week and happy Mother's Day.