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KPFA announces that they recieve a letter from a group called the Symbionese Liberation Army, claiming responsibility for the murder of Oakland school superintendent Foster and the shooting of deputy superintendent Blackburn. President Nixon's personal secretary Rose Mary Woods testifies today; the Nixon tapes - Rose Mary Woods claim of unintelligibility of Butterfield's testimony. Report of a man who traded government deals in order to get a campaign position. Israel accepts Middle East peace plan. Henry Kissenger visits Eygpt. Arab overture in England. Update between Teamsters and United Farm Workers; Cesar Chavez calls off strike but announces second grape boycott. Report about medical researchers experimenting on women without their consent; menstral extraction. The San Quentin Six in prison again. Berkeley City Council on late meetings and Kalgren's explanation. "The Life and Work of Johannes Kepler" by Mr. James S. Pickering. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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