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[Side A] KPFA: Is a recording that has a live broadcast of the Berkeley, Oakland, and Richmond elections. Provides information and background on canidates and propositions as well as school board elects. [Side B] program on the Gay Political Caucus of Oakland; explaining their support for Bobby Seale and Elaine Brown and the April Coalition. More in depth details about the elections; who are the canidates and what are the propositions. Larry Bensky: the Berkeley Gazette pre-elects, questions from the Bay Guardians, a Berkeley Poll, and report about the Berkeley Post endorsing the Berkeley 4. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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