KPFA News: Labor Day Political Campaigning; Vietnam POWs; 'Reflexiones de la Raza'; William Mandel on U.S.S.R.; An Afternoon at Alameda Central Labor Council‚Äôs Annual Labor Day Picnic; J. Patrick Gray III (FBI) interview; Larry Bensky reads from Liberation Magazine (KPFA), 1972
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Labor Day political campaign (McGovern versus Nixon campaign); Nguy·ªÖn VƒÉn Thi·ªáu‚Äôs new law removing citizens‚Äô right to court trials and also mandatory death sentences; an editorial from Vietnam; China aids Vietnam; East German denounced anti-war confrontations in Munich. Report on ‚Reflexiones de la Raza‚ broadcasts a report by Andrs Chavez in El Paso, Texas on UNIDOS first national conventional with La Partida de la Raza Unida. William Mandel program reading of Soviet geneticist N P Dubinin‚Äôs work ‚Contemporary Natural Sciences and a Scientific World View‚ about the biology of consciousness in relation to the building of communism or socialism. Program ‚An Afternoon at Alameda Central Labor Council‚Äôs Annual Labor Day Picnic‚ with George McGovern as guest -- interviews of voters at the rally. Open hour: Rebroadcast of J. Patrick Gray III (FBI) interview. Larry Bensky reads an article ‚Working Class: A Break with the Past‚ by Stanley Aronowitz on workers, the weaknesses of late capitalism, and the emergence of worker‚Äôs consciousness and, later, the new left, from Liberation Magazine. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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