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[Side A] KPFA presents a recording of "The Roots of the Present in Indonesia", a lecture by Dr. Frances Starner who was a former political science professor at San Jose State. This lecture took place in the First Unitarian Church of Berkeley on February 17th, but broadcasted by KPFA on July 9th (year unknown). Dr. Frances Starner provides historical context of Indonesia in the United States foreign policy. [Side B] just full of classical music. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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