A white South African, author, political scientist, and former political prisoner, discusses conditions in that country.
Correspondent Judy Coburn reports on her trip to Southeast Asia and compares it with previous visits from 1972 and 1973. Topics discussed are the economy, the status of women and the lingering effects of American military presence. Features listener call-ins. This recording is an aircheck that started approximately one minute late.
Political science professor at Columbia University on politics, economics, and foreign policy under the Carter administration.
President of the Los Angeles Lawyers Guild talks about his visit to Iran.
Politics in southern Africa.
American political activist calls for U.S. opposition to Israel's invasion of Lebanon.
First in a series of programs on the history and activities of the CIA leading up to the investigation of the CIA by the United States senate in July this year. Report based largely on William J. Palmeroy's book "The Philippines: a CIA testing ground," about the CIA and U.S.
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.
Addresses the issue of Palestinian autonomy as it is considered in the Security Council Resolution 242 and the Camp David Accords. Answers questions from the audience.
Economist explains how the arms race does not strengthen the free enterprise system, but diverts capital from private industry and weakens the American economy. Japanese and German economies are compared with the U.S.
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