The Turbulent 60s / produced by Dale Minor and Bill Schechner.
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Documentary history of the social movements which swept the nation during the 1960s. The first of four documentaries on critical aspects of the decade as seen through the programming of WBAI and the other Pacifica stations. This part examines the scope and power of a growing military establishment and its effect on foreign and domestic policies, the economy, civil liberties, and national attitudes and priorities.
r.1. Militarism and democracy (58 min.) -- r.2. A Look at youth in the 60s (66 min.) -- r.3. Black rebellion (64 min.) -- r.3. Violence and assassination (58 min.).
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WBAI, 20 Oct. 1969-17 Mar. 1970.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1970.
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