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Berkeley / Free Speech Movement #294203

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 06, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Berkeley, California) University of California-Berkeley's free speech movement's history reviewed; Jack Weinberg's 1964 role described. Films shown. [Mvt. spokesperson Jackie GOLDBERG - remembers October 1964 events.] Univ.'s free speech movement noted believed by some to be catalyst to Vietnam war protests. [Former university president Clark KERR - cites lack of repercussions of movement today; feels movement aided Ronald Reagan in becoming President] [Kate CULLMAN - recalls 1964 experiences; thinks authorities' sophistication has made struggle against it difficult to ascertain.] [Today, Mario SAVIO - opposes United States intervention in Nicaragua; considers movement's possible legacy.]
REPORTER: Barry Petersen

Petersen, Barry;
Schieffer, Bob

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