The internationally known political author and lecturer Ella Winter talks with Elsa Knight Thompson about the changes she finds in the United States since her last visit to this country, which had been in 1962 or 1963. Winter says that the country seems much more outspoken about politics, and much less fearful, in general, about a looming Communist threat. Winter was born in Australia, had been residing in London at the time of the interview, but says in this interview that she considered California a second home. This program was originally broadcast during KPFA's open hour.
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