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[Side A] President Carter's State of the Union speech of 1980. Zimbabwe liberation struggle report; includes the role of women in the movement. Program/Interview about the South African Apartheid with Don Marton; threats of nuclear warfare against liberation forces; Saturday demonstration at Union Square in San Francisco. Report on the conditions of human rights in Taiwan. Iranian letter sent by oldest hostage; describing the life as a hostage. Vlasova - a Time's Story of War Mandel reads Soviet Union papers report. Silicon Valley Electronic Warfare in America. "Parts of Our China Trip" Part 1; a report/ observation on life and people of Communist China. [Side B] China Trip report continued; Q & A panel. Program: "Back in the Time of the Black Power Movement";Reverend James Lawson talks police brutality and Angela Davis talks about being critical about the treatment of third world people in America, refers to a Martin Luther King Jr. Speech. KPFA: Anti-Draft rally at Mills College. KPFA Special: report on the murder of the Mills family in Berkeley. "60 Minutes" program on "Handcuffing the Police"; the exclusionary rule. George Kennon interviewed by Don Rather on "60 Minutes". Harv Morgan on Jim Eason on afternoon of his return to San Francisco. Quotes from Sakhorav by War Mandel. Israel - East Jeruselum and West Bank - Palestinian suffer under them. Jean Seberg and FBI contributed to her death. Yngslavia: Tito, Soviet Union; a view from there. Analysis of President Carter's Union address speech. John Anderson, a presidential canidate - a conservative turned liberal on "Face the Nation", critizes Carter's war mentality; interviewed by George Herman and Marya McLaughlin. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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