KPFA: The Berkeley Free Speech Movement Controversy, 1964
[Side A] (KPFA) "The Berkeley Free Speech Controversy" - broadcast of the Academic Senate Debate, the professors who spoke were: Prof. Joseph Garbarino, Prof. Joseph Tussman, Prof. McClosky(?), Prof. Foyer (presents admendment), Prof. Nathan Glazer, Prof. Tim Brook, Prof. David Ryan, Prof. Leposky, Prof. William Peterson, Prof. Kenneth Stan, Prof. Philip Selznick, Prof. Chamberlain, Prof. Bernard Diamond, and Prof. Arnold. [Side B] Faculty Press Conferance, list of most speakers: Prof. Richard Jennings, Prof. Joseph Garbarino, and Prof. Tussman. Mario Savio's statement. Free Speech Movement statement. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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