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Underground: the Life of a Political Fugitive - program on the experience of draft resistor ‚Tom‚ who became a fugitive of the law for his political activity. This program illustrates some of the hardships on living on the run, like his troubled with personal relationships and his relationship with their parents. This segment intertwines Tom‚Äôs folk music into the narrative. This program shares interviews with his relatives, former classmates, teachers, and neighbors. Part 2: Commonwealth Club: Trade with China. In this lecture David J. Mahoney recounts his visit to China, discusses attitudes of Americans about China, U.S. foreign policy shifts, and how trade with China could be beneficial. His lecture is followed by question and answer portion. Followed by ‚Our Fair City‚ program, which has very low audio quality. KPFA program on the Safe Schools Act of 1973. Part 3: Repeat of the program on Safe Schools Act of 1973, better audio quality. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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