Reagan Interview in Sacramento, Part II
Part II of a KQED News report containing extended fragments of an interview with Governor Ronald Reagan, in which he discusses the recent mass student protests in California. Reagan delivers a speech on tax relief and then gives a heated press conference on the student protests at Berkeley, in which he is told: "You cannot run a university by bayonet." Reagan blames academics for the unrest before storming out: "All of it began the first time some of you who know better and are old enough to know better let young people think they had the right to choose the laws they would obey, as long as they were doing it in the name of social protest!"
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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
- Rights for this video belong to: NCPB/KQED
- Duration: 17:45
- Type of material: archival news film
- KQN 203-2.mp4 (142.78 MB – MPEG4 video)
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