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Round up of the British Weeklies on the law about U.S. deserters and a reading of the James Preston article, and first observations of the new court. Judicial Review: Laurence Spicer with Barry Schweid supreme court reporter for Associated Press on bussing of ‚tender age children‚ and voting rights. Harry Ramsey on racism and the difficulty of talking to the KPFA audience with a ‚non-intellectual‚ approach. A KPFA round-up of the election -- Ramsey on the Dellums race. KPFA news: Israel violates rights of Arabs in occupied territory; Gaza Strikes; third session of arms talks between US and Soviet Union; Cuba and USSR; airplane hijacked to Cuba; and Nixon confronted by demonstrators in San Jose. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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