Struggle For Free Expression

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Struggle For Free Expression
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Struggle For Free Expression / produced by Rich McClear. - SERIES: The History of Community Radio This program focuses on the efforts of KPFA, WBAI, and KRAB to maintain open mike policies despite Federal government charges of communism and obscenity. Examines the struggle of KPFK during the 50's to battle McCarthyism, the problem of right-wing attacks upon the Pacifica Foundation, WBAI difficulties following the broadcast of an interview with a former FBI agent, the Carlin case, and obscenity charges agains KRAB in the late 60's. - Also contained in the Pacifica collection, archive number SZ0184. - RECORDED: NFCB, 1979?

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