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Anti-War teach-in day: ‚Wernher von Braun,‚ ‚the war is over,‚ President William W. Winpisinger of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Union. ‚The need for socially productive jobs‚ at AAAS meeting in San Francisco. KPFA ‚Stop the War‚ Teach-in: first session. Michael Lerner: psychological basis of the support for militarism. Peter Dale Scott: ‚What the new mood of crisis is all about.‚ Doug Dowd: a global aspect of the crisis. Dorothy Healy. Session two: Harry Britt on the position of gay people and women in regards to the draft and says that sexism needs to be dealt with first. Susan Lambert of Physicians for Social Responsibility on the picture of nuclear war from the physician‚Äôs perspective (nuclear terrorism). Professor Charles Schwartz ‚why all the nuclear weapons?‚ Susan Jeffrey (poetry reading). Alice Homber of Women for Peace ‚the Pentagon versus the Mothers of America.‚ Harry Bridges. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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