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James Burke lectures on consumption and technology in our society. Jim Allhoff and Jack Brooks on movies in the seventies. KPFA report on Chinese New Year Parade in San Francisco. (KGO) Owen Spann with Haw Morgan and advocates withdrawal from Moscow Olympics; Mission difficult â€šlow riderâ€š disturbances 1979 psychic predictions reviewed, Jim Eason on Iran and other â€šnon-freeâ€š countries. The progress of women in the 70s: womenâ€šÃ„Ã´s hope for the 80s and the Equal Rights Amendment. People and Politics: Women -- Jane Fonda, Joan baez, Angela Davis, Margot, Shirley Temple; ABC News. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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