KPFA Commentary by Daughters of Bilitis; Indochina Report; Reality of Ceasefire Violations, Rebuilding in North Vietnam; Police and Mission District - Mission Coalition support; Nixon's Commision Policy; Rockefeller - Drug Policy, Gallop-poll; Report on Saigon (KPFA), 1973
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(2/11/73) Daughters of Bilitis (DOB) commentary on coming out,expectations, the break out of games and gender roles & problems. Indo-china Report: Reality of ceasefire violations --compiled from various sources, the ‚demonstrators‚ against PRG, history + development of Radio Hanoi, Laos ceasefire agreement prospects, historic background of the war in Laos. KPFA news: Police + Mission district --- Mission Coalition support. 212/22 Dance Hall Case, England & West Germany etc close stock markets, Nixon‚Äôs Virginia, Nauer defends Nixon‚Äôs Conservative policy, Rockefeller - - Drug policy and gallup-poll, confusing stories about POW release - Nixon says wouldn't greet POWS. Peace symposium group have not checked a single ceasefire violation. A western newsman eyewitness report of Saigon attack and shelling of NLF. Cambodia -- government loses longtime bombing of Cambodia - Sen. Aiken. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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