KQED's "Brown Under Fire"

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KQED's "Brown Under Fire," reporter Spencer Michels interviews Speaker Willie L. Brown, Jr. on topics relating to: what media has referred to as the "Gang of Five," a group of dissident democrats that tried to wrest power from the Speaker in 1988; Brown's income outside of the legislative power; extracurricular activities outside of the speakership; and the transition from how Spencer Michels describes Brown, as a "radical lawyer full of idealism" in the early 1960s to how he is perceived today.

Identifier
WB 335
Creator
KQED, Producer
Date
1988-06-01
Duration
00:13:15
Format (physical)
Umatic
Color
Format (digital)
MPEG-4, 505.8 MB
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Language
eng
Contributor
Spencer Michels, Reporter
Willie L. Brown, Jr., Interviewee
Publisher
KQED, Inc., Copyright Holder
Source
Willie Brown Collection
Institution
San Francisco Bay Area Television Archives, J. Paul Leonard Library, San Francisco State University
Views
366

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