Mrs. Helen Vlachos, publisher of a conservative Greek newspaper, who ceased publication in 1967 rather than submit to the censorship imposed by the Greek junta, talks with KPFA public affairs director Don Porsche about censorship of the Greek press and the fight to end it. Recorded at the Hilton Hotel in San Francisco on May 18, 1970. The first half of the program was originally broadcast during the open hour on May 19, 1970.
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