Amendments to the United States Constitution. Bill of Rights

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PZ0047 Bill of Rights radio education project

This is a series of fifteen half-hour documentary programs on the Bill of Rights to the United...

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First two shows were first broadcast on WBAI in December 1981.
PZ0047.08 The Politics of the original sin : entrapment, temptation, and the Constitution (Episode 8 of 15)

The eighth in the 15-part series Bill of Rights Radio Education Project, co-sponsored by the...

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On box: Temptation, Crime, and Original Sin: Entrapment, Police Procedures, and the Bill of...

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-0- First KPFA broadcast, 25 May 1982.
PZ0047.11 Open secrets : technological transfer, national security and the First Amendment (Episode 11 of 15)

The eleventh in the series Bill of Rights Radio Education Project, co-sponsored by the Pacifica...

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1983. First KPFA broadcast, 16 May 1983.
PZ0134 Bill of Rights radio education project: bicentennial edition

This is a series of thirteen half-hour programs re-examining the Amendments to the Constitution...

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First WBAI broadcast, 1987-09-02
PZ0134.01 Crazy and/or guilty as charged: insanity defense, diminished capacity, and the Constitution (Episode 1 of 13)

First episode of thirteen in a series. A documentary examining the changing legal rulings on the...

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Folio description: John Hinckley’s acquittal on the grounds of insanity and Dan White’s...

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1987-09-02
PZ0134.02 Abortion: a matter of life and death (Episode 2 of 13)

This is the second of thirteen episodes in this series. This program traces the legislative...

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Folio description: Birth and death: the seemingly clear points that mark the beginning and end...

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1987-09-09
PZ0134.03 Television on trial: cameras in the courts (Episode 3 of 13)

This is the third in the series of 13 episodes. This documentary examines the competing values...

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Folio notes: Perceived values and risks involved in television coverage of court proceedings are...

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First KPFA broadcast, 1987-09-16
PZ0134.04 The Second Amendment: interpretations and misinterpretations (Episode 4 of 13)

This is the fourth in a series of 13 episodes. This episode is a documentary on gun control,...

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Folio notes: Tens of thousands of people are killed every year in the United States by guns....

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First KPFA broadcast, 1987-09-23
PZ0134.05 Open secrets: technological transfer, national security, and the First Amendment (Episode 5 of 13)

This is the fifth in the series of 13 episodes. This episode is an examination of the...

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Folio notes: One of the far reaching areas of public debate concerning the First Amendment is...

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First KPFA broadcast, 1987-09-30
PZ0134.06 The Birds, the bees, and the Constitution: sex education in the public schools (Episode 6 of 13)

This is the sixth in a series of 13 episodes. This program presents viewpoints of parents,...

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Folio notes: Polls show that a vast majority of Americans suport sex education in public schools...

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First KPFA broadcast, 1987-11-04
PZ0134.07 Of God, land, and nation: Native American land claims and the Bill of Rights (Episode 7 of 13)

This is the 7th in a 13-part series. This program examines the historical, legal, and...

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KPFA Folio notes: Native Americans have found their lands taken without the compensation...

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First KPFA broadcast, 1987-11-11
PZ0134.08 Pressure groups, censorship, and the First Amendment: a journey through the marketplace of ideas (Episode 8 of 13)

This is the 8th in a series of 13 episodes. This program combines actuality of demonstrations,...

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KPFA folio notes: ABC's mini-series Amerika and The Day After spark criticism...

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First KPFA broadcast, 1987-11-18
PZ0134.09 And throw away the key: the Eighth Amendment and cruel and unusual punishment (Episode 9 of 13)

This is the 9th in the series of 13 episodes. This program examines the recent realization of...

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KPFA Folio notes: The rights of incarcerated prisoners are, by definition of their condition,...

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First KPFA broadcast 1987-11-25
PZ0134.10 Without due process: the Constitutional rights of citizens and non-citizens (Episode 10 of 13)

This is the 10th in a series of 13 episodes. This documentary includes recorded testimony from...

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KPFA Folio notes: The history of discrimination in the application of such protected rights as...

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First KPFA broadcast 1987-12-02
PZ0134.11 He went and preached unto the spirits in prison: freedom of religion in American penal institutions (Episode 11 of 13)

This is the 11th in a series of 13 episodes. This program examines the history, philosophy, and...

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KPFA Folio, December 1987, p. 20: The Bill of Rights protects all citizens against government...

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First KPFA broadcast 1987-12-09
PZ0134.12 Neutral against God: prayer in the public schools (Episode 12 of 13)

This is the 12th in a series of 13 episodes. This program contains excerpts from sermons,...

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KPFA Folio, December 1987, p. 23: Prayer in the Public Schools. In 1980, the religious right was...

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First KPFA broadcast 1987-12-16
PZ0134.13 Public libraries and the first amendment (Episode 13 of 13)

This is the last in a series of 13 episodes. This program contains interviews and debates with...

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KPFA Folio, December 1987, pg. 26: The American Library Association receives three to five...

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First KPFA broadcast 1987-12-23
CSVAmendments to the United States Constitution. Bill of Rights