Glenn Anderson Re-election Campaign 1966 Tape 8
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On this tape, Glenn Anderson speaks about his 1966 campaign for re-election as Lieutenant Governor. Glenn Anderson is an American Politician and significant to the history of California as he served as the 37th Lieutenant Governor of California and also as a congressman for nearly 20 years. He was instrumental in establishing the democratic party in California and intimately involved in the California gubernatorial elections of 1962 [Brown vs. Nixon], as well as the contentious election of 1966 [Brown vs. Reagan], after Brown's popularity began to drop due to the civil disorders of the Watts Rebellions and the early anti-Vietnam War demonstrations at U.C. Berkeley.
Note on original container: Master Lt. Gov. Anderson 7-29-66, 4.58 sec; 5:14 8-5-66; 4:48 8-12-66; 5:50 8-19-66; 4:58 8-24-66; 5:22 9-2-66; 4:25 9-8-66; 4:34 9-16-66; 4:30 9-22-66; 4:35 9-29-66; Save (File Copy)
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