A talk on the relationship between the Vietnam War, the revolutionary struggle, and the role of women in Asia, given by Janet Salaff, professor of sociology at U.C. Berkeley to a March 5, 1970 symposium on the origins of the Vietnam War. The symposium, held on the U.C. Berkeley campus, was sponsored by the Radical Students' Union, the Student Mobilization Committee, and campus SDS. Salaff describes the problems of women's liberation in Asia, and draws comparisons to the women's movement in America. Recorded in Pauley Ballroom, University of California, Berkeley. Technical note: Audio switches to the left channel only for the last 7 minutes.
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