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[Side A] "Where Will You Be January 4th?": commentary with Sheldon Redderman(?). Commentary by Oscar Pemantle, director and founder of the Black Circle Pine school in Berkeley; comments on George Leonard. "Natural Cooking" - Larry Bensky talks with the Natural Foods owner. [Side B] (Media Monitor) Death of the "Berkeley Tribe", a radical underground newspaper. Commentary: Michael Rossman - Berkeley activist, writer, and author of "The Wedding Within the War"; talks about John Gardner's Marijuana program. "The Dream that Does Not Fade" by Todd Gitlin: the editor of the recently published "Campfires of the Resistance: Poetry from the Movement" reads more recent poems that he didn't have time for in last month's New Poets program. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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