Kennedy vs. McCarthy / Jack Newfield ; interviewed by Bob Murphy.

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Kennedy vs. McCarthy / Jack Newfield ; interviewed by Bob Murphy.
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Evaluatation of the two Democratic Presidential Candidates, Robert Kennedy and Eugene McCarthy.|KENNEDY vs. McCARTHY / Jack Newfield| interviewed by Bob Murphy. - Jack Newfiled, associate editor of the Village Voice and Robert Kennedy supporter, discusses the Democratic Presidential primaries and the political careers of Robert Kennedy and Eugene McCarthy. CONTENT: The Democratic primaries and the machine movement -- voting record of Kennedy and McCarthy -- comparison of positions on Civil Rights, poverty, minimum wage, and migrant workers -- comparing their views of the CIA, FBI, J. Edgar Hoover, the Cold War, American foreign policy, the draft and post-war amnesty -- a critique of Hubert Humphrey -- Who will support each candidate -- positions on labor, welfare, urban policy, and Third World affairs -- McCarthy's Republican support -- Kennedy and anti-poverty urban policies -- comparing support among New York political leaders and activists -- the urban poor and minority support for Kennedy and the potential loss to Nixon. BROADCAST: WBAI, 1968.

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WBAI, 29 Apr. 1968.
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1 reel (59 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, mono.|59:00
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1968.
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