PSU Campus Rap-In #20

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"You've stumbled onto the Rap-In. Prepare yourself for the golden tones of Portland State students as they slander, insult, and generally attack the establishment. But don't worry, the SDS hasn't taken over... yet." Hosted by Richard Donin. Rap: Registration, "the last form of hazing at Portland State." Joe Marks, Concert review: The Youngbloods, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Country Joe and the Fish, and the Steve Miller Band at OSU: "To borrow a phrase from Tom Wolfe, 'It was too freaking much.'" Announcement: Utah Repertory Dance performance. Interview: Bruce Sheinin with Pete Fornara, "Ars Politica," representative of an independent theater group and their performance of "Richard III." Rap: Dan Wolf on nerve gas transport in Oregon by the federal government, despite warnings and protests. "Are you happy with your tax dollars being spent on death?" Roger L. Baron, Rap: Drug company giveaways of personal health and hygiene products on campus. Commentary on drug use and abuse and local resources for help with addiction. Transferred to digital format from original ¼ inch reel to reel audio recording.


PSU Campus Rap-In #20 was recorded on March 31, 1970, and aired on April 5, 1970.


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