Free speech movement interviews / interviews conducted by KFRC staff.

Program Title:
Free speech movement interviews / interviews conducted by KFRC staff.
PRA Archive #: 
BD0016.04
Description: 

Series of interviews with various participants in the car top rally and free speech movement in Berkeley, 1-2 October. First is student leader Art Goldberg. Next is Inspector Dillon, California Highway Patrol, on who called them onto campus. Then there is a summary of events of October 1-2, followed by an interview with U.C. police Chief Frank Woodward. Concluding statement by student leader Art Goldberg. 518 RECORDED: San Francisco, 8 Oct. 1964.|FREE SPEECH MOVEMENT INTERVIEWS / interviews conducted by KFRC staff. - Series of interviews with various participants in the car top rally and free speech movement in Berkeley, 1-2 October. First is student leader Art Goldberg. Next is Inspector Dillon, California Highway Patrol, on who called them onto campus. Then there is a summary of events of October 1-2, followed by an interview with U.C. police Chief Frank Woodward. Concluding statement by student leader Art Goldberg. - RECORDED: San Francisco, 8 Oct. 1964.

Date Broadcast on: 
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Item duration: 
1 reel ( min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1964.
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