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[Side A] KQED 2/12/1972 Democratic Caucus Day, McCarthy Caucus from San Francisco. Report from S.F. "silkstocking" district - Horenstein (big developer) support H. H. Humphrey; McCarthy caucus (Berkeley Gazette gave wrong address); McGovern Caucus at Oakland Technical; From Chronicle Article Hartke Caucus, Yorty Caucus. [Side B] Winds of Change; Chinatown - reported by Victor Wong on KQED, lion dance to celebrate Chinese New Year 2/16/1972. KQED 2/18/1972 California Court ruled against death penalty; Marilyn Baker recollection of Aaron Mitchell's [illegible]; From KPFA Attorney Marshall Krauss comments on its effects. Women starting their own Free School. Around 18:40 until end of recording -- Women's liberation in Petaluma, Sonoma State women's studies class, formation of a women's collective, creation of Free School (KPFA). Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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