"Answers to students' questions on military recruiting on campus and other matters affecting Portland State University"
1 hour 28 minutes
Gregory B. Wolfe served as President of Portland State from 1968 to 1974. [Note: First few minutes are from a different speaker] Participants: President Gregory Wolfe, Norman Sepenuk (Assistant US Attorney), Alan Hart (Portland Attorney), Jeri Pratt (PSU student), Tom Schillock (PSU student), Geraldine Kraft (PSU student), Steve Washburn (PSU student). "It was the first such discussion sponsored by President Wolfe, aimed at his advisory referendum on recruiting scheduled for spring registration. The panel divided the talk into two areas: the all-or-none theory of recruiting, which Wolfe supports, or a selective policy in inviting recruiters." - PSU Vanguard, March 3, 1970.
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United States -- Recruiting and enlistment, Vietnam War -- 1961-1975
Reel to reel, 3.75 ips, 2 track, mono
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Wolfe, Gregory Baker, ""Answers to students' questions on military recruiting on campus and other matters affecting Portland State University"" (1970). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 114.