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(1/8/80) KPFA news: Iran, Soviet troops in Afghanistan, Dianne Feinstein sworn in (San Francisco), Rancho Seco: State D.A. drops charges , AAAS in San Francisco, Edward Teller - George Wald debate, Cranston calls for halt from Federal revenue funding to pay for increased military spending, direct report from Rodeo about the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Union (OCAW) strike, first ‚test-tube baby‚ center is approved. (1/11/80) Morning News: GM closing a plant- oil refineries strike, U.N. ‚debate‚ in general assembly - Cuba remained silent, the ‚runaway‚ plane, Honda plants in the U.S., grain prices, gold rises to $620/oz., and Castro‚Äôs government. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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