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[Side A] program about the morality and politics; includes phone-in commentaries. ABC: Program about governement cencorship and broadcasting industry. KGO: Report about racism and militancy in the Sausalito School District. Report about UC Regents doubling student charges (such as tuition); many students across all the UC's react with demonstrations. Announcement of the introduction of the Duffy Bill which is suppose to help feed school children. Carol Simpson reports about the jury decision and trial of the Chicago 7: David Dellinger, Rennie Davis, Tom Hayden, Jerry Ruben, Abbie Hoffman, John Froinesand Lee Weiner. *silience until 57:43* program called "Face the Nation". "News Maker": interview with Governer Ronald Reagan about trouble on the UC Berkeley campus. Also on the panel are Sideny Cussin(?) (political editor of SF Examiner) and Robin Post (KBIX Politcal Editor). [Side B] KRON: "Retirement and Aging" a program about how many elderly people are in poverty and retirement plans. "Meet the Press": 3 senators talks about their varying views on the problems of school segregation: Senator Abraham Ribicoff of Connecticut, Senator Herman Talmadge of Georgia, and Senator Walter Mondale of Minnesota. Evelyn Donaldson does a 6 year follow-up study of following high school students after graduating high school: students on panel are Gary Sanford (Marin Catholic School), Ingrid Lee (Nevado High School), Greg Lenardo, and Sally Kishna. News Radio: vairous reports including a report about a Black Panther Party trial in New York. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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