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Conference on Civil International Behavior (Stanford University) - 4 -
Conference on Civil International Behavior (Stanford University) - 4 -
Talk on capital punishment and the case of death row prisoner Caryl Chessman - "Must Chessman Die?" (Feb. 12) and follow up interview over KPFA , the day before Chessman's scheduled execution. (Feb. 18) Debate "Is capital punishment necessary?" Howard Swartz, county District Attorney vs Christian Bay - Mar. 9
Talk on capital punishment and the case of death row prisoner Caryl Chessman - "Must Chessman Die?" (Feb. 12) and follow up interview over KPFA , the day before Chessman's scheduled execution. (Feb. 18) Debate "Is capital punishment necessary?" Howard Swartz, county District Attorney vs Christian Bay - Mar. 9
Rally against the resumption of the bombing of North Vietnam, Feb 1 1966 organized by the Stanford Committee for Peace in Vietnam - 2 reels
Rally against the resumption of the bombing of North Vietnam, Feb 1 1966 organized by the Stanford Committee for Peace in Vietnam - 2 reels
CBC: Ideas - Christian Bay, chair of Political Science, University of Alberta: 1st talk - Citizenship in a complex world; 2nd talk - Education and Citizenship - Oct 7; 3rd talk - Justice and Citizenship - Oct 14
CBC: Ideas - Christian Bay, chair of Political Science, University of Alberta: 1st talk - Citizenship in a complex world; 2nd talk - Education and Citizenship - Oct 7; 3rd talk - Justice and Citizenship - Oct 14
Talk - at :Human Rights Alberta Workshop: Phase 2, Dec 10 1968
Talk - at :Human Rights Alberta Workshop: Phase 2, Dec 10 1968
Talk - Psychological Determination of Political Orientation given at Florida State University
Talk - Psychological Determination of Political Orientation given at Florida State University
Human rights in 1990s; Session 4: The concept of succession and civil disobedience: The inner and outer limits
Human rights in 1990s; Session 4: The concept of succession and civil disobedience: The inner and outer limits