Just You and Me
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Due to original recording and/or condition when digitized: static, distorted at times, high background noise, channel imbalance, phasing, and overlapping content in right channel from 00:28:00 until end.
Just You and Me
April 20th, 1969
Joan Baez (Harris) addresses members of Pi Chi, a youth organization at Piedmont Community Church in the East Bay. In her speech, Baez points out the evils of the Vietnam War and addresses the tactic of nonviolence resistance. The preceding week, the group had heard Dr. John Hadsel deliver a talk entitled "The Just War" and, according to the evening's program, Baez was presented in the interests of "balancing the perspective." She is introduced by the Reverend Thomas Trutner, and the program concludes with a lively question-and-answer session. Produced by Denny Smithson, who recorded continuity used during the question-and-answer session.
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Joan Baez Harris speaking to young people in the San Francisco Bay Area who had heard the previous week a talk entitled "The Just War" delivered by Dr. John Hadsel. Joan was presented to them in the interests of balancing the perspective. She is introduced by John Trutner. SP001 (AP 1075)
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