Six concerned, politically active citizens met to talk about the General Election of November 1966; and specifically about the future of the state of California. They were Ben Leeds, Congressional District Director, California Democratic Council (CDC) and Temporary Chairman of the California Liberal Caucus within the CDC; Lawrence Sherman, former Democratic candidate from the 28th Council District in California; R. H. Darden, commentator for the Right; Dorothy Healey, Chairman of the Communist Party of Southern California; Farrel Broslawsky, California Coordinating Committee for New Politics; and Jim Berland, student activist and Coordinator for the Statewide Conference on Power and Politics. The moderator was William Winter (~1907-1999), news analyst. Complete intro on tape. Outro: The moderator of this discussion on the November 1966 election was William Winter, news analyst and commentator.
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