Hayakawa Press Conference

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President S.I. Hayakawa makes an official announcement that the emergency measures he imposed at SF State College to deal with the strike there on January 6th 1969 are rescinded, qualifying his statement with a reminder that: “Freedom of speech does not mean freedom to incite riot.” Ends with Dr Hawkins of the AFT expressing skepticism about Hayakawa’s claim that he isn’t currently interested in entering politics, suggesting he’s using the high profile student unrest at SF State as a platform to enter into politics.

Event
1968 SF State Student Strike
Type of material
archival news film
Duration
2:31
16mm color magnetic sound film
Rights for this video belong to
Cox Enterprises Inc/KTVU
Date aired
1969-04
Originally aired on
KTVU News
Identifier
KTVU 58
Views
2957

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