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(2/69) Profile Bay Area: Bill German interviews Chancellor Roger Heynes, Leslie Lipson (faculty), Don Davis (TWLF), Sam Abbot (U.C. student of law) and Jaime Soliz (TWLF) on the disputes between the University and the third world Liberation Front. (4/29/67) Berkeley Consumers form the Co-Op Action Member Committee: Lou Hartman introduces the disparities between the members. (5/21/67) Firing Line: â€šPoverty: Hopeful or Hopelessâ€š -- William Buckley with guest, Michael Harrington, on what poverty is, the governmentâ€šÃ„Ã´s â€šwar on povertyâ€š and the poverty program. Harrington, a leftist, makes it clear that the poverty program is not a socialist program. Buckley is condescending towards Harrington throughout the program and interrupts him frequently. â€šThe U.N. is Subversive: A searing indictment of the United Nations by Lieutenant Colonel Arch E. Robert who believes that the U.N. is out to take over the U.S. (WBAI)â€š Program of commentary made by Bob Pickett, of the World Without War Council) Profile Bay Area: Bill German on the Eldridge Cleaver course and the response following the cancellation of Social Analysis 139X. He interviews Dr. Frederick E. Balderston, Charles Palmer (ASUC), Prof. Joseph Lyford, Richard Brown (C.P.E.) and Eldridge Cleaver (who isnâ€šÃ„Ã´t there at the beginning of panel discussion.) Health Care: New Alignments in Payment and Control Over the Past Ten Years: Harry Polland, economist, introduces a panel of three: Bruce Poyer, acting secretary of the California Council for Health Plan Alternatives, a Union council; Martin Paley, executive director of the Bay Area Health Facilities Planning Association; and Richard Sasuly, Special Consultant at the State Department of Public Health.(2/12/67) Consumer Issues in Healthcare: Lester Breslow, M.D. gives opening talk at the 2-day Conference of the Association of California Consumers in San Francisco. â€šFreeâ€š Education: Hidden Tax on the Poor: Dr. Milton Freidman attacks on the draft and supports tuition in California state colleges in an address before a University of Chicago Club Meeting in San Francisco. Firing Line: William F. Buckley, Jr. debates â€šRacism and Conservatismâ€š with Congressman John Moss (CA), John Conyers (MI), and Edward Koch (NY). Conyers points out that the panel assembled and the rest of the studio (other than himself) is made up of white people. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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