PSU Campus Rap-In #7
Interview with Jack Sanders on "Cities for People," a student committee formed to foster public awareness of urban environmental and livability issues. Rap: Mark Priddy, "Young American": "Every young American should have a mental attitude that the '70s and '80s, and on and on, should be wonderful and prosperous." Rap: Steve Johnson, reprise of Georgia Gov. Lester Maddox' plan for calming campus unrest by limiting minority and "foreign" enrollment. Richard Donin: "Intelligence Award" and rap on enrollment limits; "Inane Legislature," read by Ollie Smith. Poems: Roger Williams, "3 Dots" & Ed Edmo, "Death of a Speed Freak." Mark Priddy, "Different Strokes for Different Folks Award." Gary Fouts, "Resolutions." Calendar: Bruce Sheinin. "Be prepared." Transferred to digital format from original ¼ inch reel to reel audio recording.
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