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Sandy Klose and Mark Scwartz discuss the Ruchell Magee trial on KPFA radio; they speak in his defense since most media will not. Report on the demonstration from July 28, 1972 in SF to support Ruchell Magee, the San Quentin Six, and all political prisoners. Inez Williams and others speak on the right of Ruchell Magee to defend himself. Interview with Angela Davis afterwards. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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