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Spectrum 32, September 1971

 Item — Reel: 1450
Spectrum 32, produced by Carlos Hagen, is an issue of an electronic magazine featuring a discussion on President Nixon's comments about bringing American people together. Hagen utilizes and compares interviews collected after a 1977 conservative speech, recent popular music, and excerpts from speeches to argue that this idea may not be as simple as it appears due to varying values and economic positions, September 1971.

Dates

  • September 1971

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Part of the Special Collections and University Archives

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