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[KPFA/KQED] 600 Millenium - a program in Cantonese, PBS documentary special on the archaeological finds of the People's Republic of China. Historical Development of Political Economics in the United States program from 1776; Adam Smith's "Wealth of Nations"; Differences: small buisness and large enterprise railroads; throughout history: 3 types of conflicts; historical valure etc. * music break * KPFA Morning and Evening News. Angola: MPLA advances The English mercenaries, Roy Innes continueous recruitment of Black Americans in U.S. - press conference. Behind the News: An Indian Tribal police interview on the BIA Tribal Chief. Yuma Country Sheriff Department and the 2nd longest lettuce growers in the U.S. - collusion to use the Indian police to break-up UFW strikes in Colorado River Indian Reseration in 1970 - including description of the BIA propaganda films, weapons, provaction tactics, etc. Patrica Hearst trial update. San Quentin 6 trial: significance of Pennell's testimony. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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