PSU Campus Rap-In #3
Candy Wilkins' piece "Almighty Dollar" discusses the economic health of downtown Portland as traffic and crowding increase. Commentary on city plans to create a transit and pedestrian mall and the May Company (Meier and Frank)'s plans to construct a parking lot in the city center (former Portland Hotel site/present day Pioneer Square). Steve Johnson examines how Georgia Gov. Lester Maddox' proposal for quelling campus unrest by expelling so-called minority students would affect PSU. "Social Life at PSU" critiques the lack of on-campus activities for commuter students. Transferred to digital format from original ¼ inch reel to reel audio recording.
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Portland State University, "PSU Campus Rap-In #3" (1969). Campus Rap-In. 2.