Reagan Interview in Sacramento, Part I
Part I of a KQED News report featuring extended fragments of an interview with Governor Ronald Reagan, during which he expresses his disapproval with how the student protests at Berkeley were handled in 1964. He also criticizes the California Board of Regents and Trustees. He blames the unrest at San Francisco State on: "a dissident faction of outright lawbreakers and anarchists" and describes a letter he received from a former teacher who resigned because of the protests. He also discusses capital punishment, in-lieu tax, BART and his re-election. Also includes a brief glimpse of Dr. Carlton Goodlett in a crowd of protesters at San Francisco State.
Tags: a.f.t. (american federation of teachers), american association of university professors, arbitration board, berkeley, black students union, board of regents, california state employees organization, california teachers association, dr. carlton goodlett, eldridge cleaver, governor ronald reagan, human resource development program, interviews, kqn 203-1, political statements, president samuel i. hayakawa, press conferences
Added to Bay Area Television Archive on September 24, 2011.
- Originally aired on: KQED News
- Date aired: 1/16/1969
- Recording medium: 16mm, b&w magnetic sound film (damaged)
- Rights for this video belong to: NCPB/KQED
- Duration: 17:21
- Type of material: archival news film
- KQN 203-1.mp4 (139.36 MB – MPEG4 video)
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