Willie Brown Show: Liberals vs. Conservatives

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Willie Brown invites Representative John T. Doolittle and Assemblyman John Burton to discuss the theories and beliefs differentiating liberals and conservatives. John Doolittle, who identifies as a “true conservative,” considers a conservative to believe “the greatest good is individual liberty" and feels liberals believe the greatest good is individual welfare. John Burton, who identifies as a liberal, remarks that while conservatives believe in civil liberty, the government still insists on "telling a woman what to do with her body." Other issues discussed include abortion, school prayer, and public supported social welfare programs.

Identifier
WB 8
Date
1994-04-13
Duration
00:24:05
Format (physical)
VHS
Color
Format (digital)
MPEG-4
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Language
eng
Contributor
Willie L. Brown, Jr., Host
Publisher
Hearst Television, Sacramento (KCRA-TV), Distributor
Source
Willie Brown Collection
Institution
San Francisco Bay Area Television Archives, J. Paul Leonard Library, San Francisco State University
Views
434

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