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Includes recordings related to social movements in California, specifically in the Bay Area and at the UC Berkeley. Recordings focus on student, women's, Third World, anti-war, and other social movements and activism. Notes on original container: Ode to the Radio Crazies Part One. It seemed Important, first of a four part history of community radio, the movement that began in 1949 when a voice went out from KPFA in Berkeley and asked, "Is Anyone out there listening?" Produced at KAXE, Grand Rapids, Mich.
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