|PRA Archive #||Title||Description||Genre||Broadcast Date|
|SZ0156.03||The War at home / produced by Jim Quay and Kim Aubry.||
David Dellinger, Todd Gitlin, Robert Stone, and Peter Marin speak on the anti-war movement and...
|PZ0134.08||Pressure groups, censorship, and the First Amendment: a journey through the marketplace of ideas (Episode 8 of 13)||
This is the 8th in a series of 13 episodes. This program combines actuality of demonstrations,...,
KPFA folio notes: ABC's mini-series Amerika and The Day After spark criticism...,
|First KPFA broadcast, 1987-11-18|
|KZ1022||Teach-in on the arms race / organized by Suzi Weissman||
On April 20, 1981, KPFK held a day-long peace festival, dedicating the entire day to examining...
|American Women -- Peace and Antinuclear activism||KPFK, Apr. 20, 1981.|
|KZ1001||Media coverage of the 1980 presidential campaign : a critique / Todd Gitlin ; interviewed by Clare Spark.||
On why the mass media were so accommodating to Ronald Reagan.
|KPFK, Feb. 1, 1981.|
|KZ0909||The Whole world is watching : mass media and the making and unmaking of the New Left / Todd Gitlin ; interviewed by Anita Frankel.||
Author discusses his book about the effect of mass media on movements and politics.
|KPFK, May 8, 1980.|
|KZ0690||Nuclear weapons labs conversion project / Todd Gitlin ; interviewed by Clare Spark.||
On the University of California's role in the nuclear arms race.
|KPFK, July 1, 1979.|
|BB2089||Karl Dietrich Wolf / interviewed by Todd Gitlin, Steve Weisman, and Terry Cannon.||
Wolf discussses the Students for a Democratic Society movement in Germany.
|KPFA, 28 Feb. 1969.|