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The cassette tape contains content on the first side only. The content includes a recording of an episode of the San Diego religious radio show, â€œLet There Be Light.â€ On the episode, the host discussed news stories about Jewish religious leaders, affirmative action, the formation of a new British women's organization, the importance of monitoring what children watch on television, the Communications Act Rewrite, and upcoming religious events. The host then interviewed a panel of religious members within San Diego about the Communications Act Rewrite. Sue Punjack Carberry participated in this panel discussion. Another episode of the radio show is also included on this tape, where the host invited back the same panel from the previous episode to further discuss the Communications Act Rewrite.
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