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Free Speech or Anarchy?

A television documentary examining the events at the University of California, Berkeley in 1964 surrounding the Free Speech Movement and its aims and goals. Includes FSM demonstrations, Jackie Goldberg and Mario Savio addressing the demonstrators; Clark Kerr explaining the official position of the university; the arrest of Jack Weinberg followed by Sproul Hall sit-ins; an address by governor Edmund G. Brown; Chancellor Edward Strong and campus police addressing the demonstrators; arrests followed by a general student strike and interviews with FSM demonstrators and students and faculty who did not support the strike. Videocassette release of a segment from the television program Assignment Four (KRON TV). Performers: Narrator: Jerry Jensen. Jackie Goldberg, Clark Kerr, Arthur Lee Goldberg, Brian Turner, Edward W. Strong, Mario Savio, Jack Weinberg, Edmund G. Brown, John Reynolds, Don Mulford, Henry F. May. 1964. 25 min. [preservation copy]