Folk singer Malvina Reynolds talks with Dorothy Healey and sings some of her own songs about the workers' movement, computers, nuclear power, non-realism, the KKK, and rape. Reynolds and Healey talk about communicating with people of all ages, her life and her family, the movement against nuclear power and the basis for her political beliefs. Songs sung by Reynolds include The little mouse -- Wheels -- Power plant reggae -- Carolina cotton mill song -- The judge said -- World in their pocket -- Don't push me.
Same program as KZ0712 (Note: KZ0712 has slightly better audio quality for production).
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