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KPFA News : the arrest of Black leader in Riverside, CA; HISC "testimony on NPAC band record"; FBI takes on Rene Davis and Froin; Leslie Bacon questioned and jailed; Sam Irvin on Computer Banks, the government spending $2 - 3 billion on computers a yea; Raleigh Prison Riot, one prison warden and 5 prison guards held hostage by inmates; Otto Obteca Nomination; "A Seattle informer & provocation" FBI Agents revelas some illegal FBI activities; Princeton University Conferance on the FBI; interview with I.F.S Stone, "FBI Political Police"; selling of the FBI; interview with Hale Boggs of Louisiana by David Cherensher, John Lindsey, and George Herman; S.F Crime Committee - David Borti on police, ads, etc; "Assualt on Privacy: A news special examining the dossier gatherers governmental and buisness and how their vast files affect Americans; Firing Line: The Assault on Privacy by Arthur Miller; KQED News: Eugene Mcarthy and Paul Jacobs with all of the FBI papers from media, how the FBI sees the world, incredible in efficiency of FBI and FBI's stress; a press conferance: expose of the L.A. Police Dept. Provacateur Intelligence and other activities; Harrisburg Trial: The Prosecution "Witness" and their testimonies; special report on HISC learning about NPAC; "Invitation to an Inquest: Walter Schneir and Mrs. Morten Sobell discuss hi new book, this title, and in bearing on her husband's long imprisonment and the execution of the Rosenburgs nearly a generation ago; KPFA News: Seattle 8 Trial, FBI survielliance at hearing; ARMY intelligance agent breaks new on NBC's "First Hearning"; Kissinger Guarded; KQED report on government surveillance and bomber call, Paul jacobs, One Day of Duvaleer (Haitic) funeral. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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