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KPFA News: Rhodesia: Mozambique resisting Ian Smith‚Äôs regime in Rhodesia; Cuban troops in Angola plan to go to Mozambique. Basque industrial workers strike against police. Polianski to be removed in relation to failure of Soviet crops the year prior. The revolution of teachers and students in Peking University versus the rightists. Chinese language program with music. KPFA News: Patty Hearst Trial; the recession and its impact on people‚Äôs health. KPFA Marathon: reccordings of William Mandel during 1950s House of Un-American Activities Committee testimony and ‚Golden Days of Radio‚. Italian Christian Democrats versus Italian Communist Party. U.S. versus Panamanian workers along the Canal. United Auto Workers push for lower working hours. U.S. presidential campaign news -- Reagan/Ford; Dellums. SF city worker strike threat for April 1st. Report on San Bruno debate between environmentalists and corporate developers. Rhodesia‚Äôs black majority against Ian Smith. Last recording of George Jackson in San Quentin before he was killed. A report from Sacramento on a protest about a women‚Äôs prison unit at the state capitol. (3/19/76) Rhodesia: Smith talks with blacks broken down; prospect of revolutionary war -- change of attitude (to support the black guerillas) + an interview about the future prospects. Patty Hearst trial to jury. More on Vietnam Baby Lift: action after many delays by the court (more than half are not eligible to adopt because they have relatives!) Dellums nomination in Connecticut. Panel interview of U.S. politicians with live audience about the role of the U.S. in global politics/foreign policy. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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