The writer presents his belief that the U.S. is a country without politics; governed rather by controlling financial interests which have led to a military economy with an inequitable tax system. He proposes a new tax scheme to alleviate this non-productive economy and calls for an end to a garrison or paternalistic state.
A documentary celebrating the history of women in political struggle: Clara Zetkin, Rosa Luxemburg, Alexandra Kollontai, La Pasionara (Dolores Ibárruri), women in the French Revolution, and South African women under apartheid. Music by Miriam Makeba, Nina Simone, and Joan Baez. Includes a performance of the African National Anthem (N'Kosi Sikelel' iAfrika) sung by African people.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee on African Affairs questions Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on U.S. aid to Angola. The subcommittee includes: Senator Dick Clark (D-IA), Sen. Charles Percy (R-IA), and Sen. Joseph Biden (D-DE).
Report and actuality of the Black Community Survival Conference held by the Black Panthers at the Oakland Auditorium, aimed at raising the consciousness of Blacks to their social condition in America. Includes speeches by Bobby Seale.
Box cover says, "Return to Yolande De Freitas or Mitch Green," and "Ride Levels Ride Levels Ride Levels." Recording dubbed over by a different program from 00:04:29-00:08:55 and again from 00:21:44-00:42:40. It is the CBS series "Escape," third episode, "The diamond as big as the Ritz" by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
From the folio: Is it really true that sex roles beginn at a very early age? To find out, Sebern Fisher assembled a group of people aged 5 to 9 to talk the subject over. Adult moderators Ken Washton and Deborah Deutschman posed some questions about boys and girls, and the young people took over from here.
Anthropological examination of the life and social customs among the current inhabitants of Topanga Canyon, a secluded suburb of Los Angeles, California. The documentary is on Topanga as it existed at the time of recording, ambient noise and all. The music is mostly by Ba-Ca-Da, a Topanga music group. Produced by Clare Loeb and Phil Twitchell. Engineered by Ron Garson.
Anthropologist Dr. Margaret Mead, psychoanalyst Franz Alexander, and Dr. Donald A. Lowry, former YMCA leader in Russia, discuss how behavior patterns differ and how they are growing alike in the U.S. and Soviet Union. Topics include young people, education, retirement, government, and the bias through which people from each nation view each other.
Reverend Ralph Abernathy, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference leader who rose to prominence in the Montgomery bus boycott (and who contributed the program Freedom Road to Pacifica's history), speaks to 400 high school students at the 1962 American Friends Service Committee conference on goals for young Americans and the Black's struggle for racial equality.
THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE AMERICAN EMPIRE / Gore Vidal| interviewed by Dennis Bernstein and Greg Satkamp.
The News: a KPFA aircheck from October 29, 1981 / produced by Aileen Alfandary and Mark Mericle. Broadcast: Berkeley: KPFA, October 29, 1981.
Stories reported: United States economy plunge; President Reagan's approval rating; Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization strike (Tim Frasca reporting from Washington, D.C.); Three new unions created in California: the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, the California Correctional Officers Association, and the Psych Tech Union (Charlie Strong intervi
Previously cataloged as Women and health in Puerto Rico / Gail Anna Rivera ; interviewed by Sue Supriano, with this information: From the first International Conference in Solidarity with Grenada; contains music. Recorded in Grenada, Nov. 1981. Broadcast KPFA, Jan. 1982. Duration 8 minutes.
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