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Bob Newhart hosts a program called ‚The Leisure Boom,‚ which covers the relatively new concept of ‚leisure time‚ in working American society. Brief KQED news report. The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions in Santa Barbara, California broadcast on the late Alexander Meiklejohn‚Äôs lectures about American higher education. Yuen‚Äôs live recording of Thursday rally on Sproul steps in support of anti-racist and anti-Imperialist TWLF and BSU strikes at S.F. State and UC Berkeley (12/5/1968). KQED Newsroom: Mayor Alioto and S.I. Hayakawa on SF State resolution to TWLF demands. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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