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KPFA News: gives brief overview of programs for the day; Interview with Private Lockman; Free Speech and the Protest Movement: Dr. Frank Goodman of the U.C. Law School faculty, specking at the annual meeting of the ACLU's Berkeley Chapter; Recorded February 26 at Washington School in Berkeley. January 14, 1968 Town Hall meeting about the Draft and Professor Douglas Dowd's introduction of the Boston 5; Chancellor Heyns said to lift draft from students and possible suspensions; Plans to creating a Anti-War Teach In on UC Berkeley; report of riot at Ohio college where gaurds/police used bayonets; Willard Ward says the media ignored democratic progress during the past 6 years, only focussing on the bad; interview with Steve Gompers (UC Berkeley graduate student), asked what parents could do during the draft resistance movement; [Side B] A lecture on today's bohemians as well as skid row and psychedic drugs. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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