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Bill Bennett, Frank Mariano, and Mrs. Morris English, from Walnut Creek is on the program to speak about the verdict of Lieutenant Calley -- they speak about ethics in war (is a difference between shooting down Vietnamese people in the streets and dropping bombs on them from a plane?) and they calls from listeners. KGO news: the Calley Verdict. Statements by some of the Berkeley City Council Candidates: Sam Hill, Frederick Weeks on behalf of himself and Art Stewart, Oliver Joseph Kenning, Alan Wald. Reading of ‚Women‚Äôs Page‚ on ‚alternative lifestyles‚. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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