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KPFA: Program called "Inside Out" presenting the Third World News by John Sweet. Brig.Gen Julius J. Becton Jr. becomes the first Black Deputy Commander of Fort Dix. Reports on the Communist Party; Angela Davis gives full support to President and Vice President canidates. Billie Dean Smith Trial; no longer can be given the death penalty. Attica Prison; Elliott Barkley dies; report on the prison riot and how the poor conditions and racism still persist. New York Times article by Jack Newsfield. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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