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Amherst (Mass.) - Five College Lecture Hall broadcast of talk from UMass Amherst. Discussion of student unrest and student organization, American democracy.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Buckley, William F. (William Frank), Jr., 1925-2008
1968 May 6
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Northampton (Mass.) - Coffin lecture at Smith College following Coffin's return from North Vietnam, bringing back three Prisoners of War.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Coffin, William Sloane
1972 Nov. 19
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Amherst (Mass.) - Politics in a time of generation gap and future of students as citizens of the world and relevance of old politics to the new generation.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Kennedy, Edward M. (Edward Moore), 1932-2009
1967 Apr. 24
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Amherst (Mass.) - Humphrey attempting to speak on US foreign policy at Cape Cod Lounge, UMass Amherst Student Union. Beginning with questions from teh audience, Humphrey discusses student demonstrations, social unrest, Chicago Seven trial, civil liberties and civil rights, the courts.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978
1970 Feb. 24
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Amherst (Mass.) - Discussion by UMass Amherst faculty members of student upheaval.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

1969 Feb. 25
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South Hadley (Mass.) - Speaking at Mount Holyoke College on student activism in civil rights and antiwar movements.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Zinn, Howard, 1922-2010
1965 Oct. 20
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Amherst (Mass.) - Interview with poet Robert Bly, head of American Writers Against the Vietnam War, on rise of antiwar movement; war and violence; Capitalism and American psyche; human biology and political behavior; Richard Nixon; Cold War; Altamont concert.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Bly, Robert
1970 Mar. 15
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South Hadley (Mass.) - Speaking at Mount Holyoke College on student activism in civil rights and antiwar movements.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Zinn, Howard, 1922-2010
1965 Oct. 20