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Various Artists - The House Committe on Un-American Activities: Hearings in San Francisco, May 1960 album download
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Various Artists - The House Committe on Un-American Activities: Hearings in San Francisco, May 1960 album download

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This 1962 album features excerpts from hearings conducted by the House Committee on Un-American Activities in San Francisco in May 1960. In addition to audio from the hearings themselves, the album also features eyewitness interviews from outside the courtroom, where protests led largely by students turned violent.

Folkways Records Presents: The House Committe On Un-American Activities: Hearings In San Francisco, May 1960. Released by FOLKWAYS RECORDS Jan 1962 12 Tracks.

1. Statement of Purpose by the Committee - Unspecified. You look like someone who appreciates good music.

Transmitted by Francis E. Walter, chairman. Union calendar no. 1014. Exhibits," p. 17-22, include text of an address by Representative James Roosevelt urging the abolition of HUAC, facsimiles of newspaper articles, and an image of protesters being arrested in San Francisco City Hall.

May 13, 1960: Civic Center, City Hall: House Un-American Activities Committee Hearing Riot: Students and other protesters in City Hall in SF decry the presence of the doddering, but still pernicious House Un-American Activities Committee. The Committee only deigns to hear from super-patriotic groups and individuals. at some point we stood under the balcony. maybe the police chief, came out to the crowd, and the crowd began to sing the Chorale of Beethoven's 9th Symphony. This was the class of San Francisco. Soaked students in City Hall, May 13, 1960. Photo: Bancroft Library. They called off further hearings. HUAC left town in a few days and I don't think they ever held another public hearing after that.

Hearings in San Francisco, May, 1960. Includes 8-page booklet.

Committee On Un-American Activities in our library for absolutely free. Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. Transmitted by Francis E. Walter, chairman "October 7, 1960. 17-22, include text of an address by Representative James Roosevelt urging the abolition of HUAC. facsimiles of newspaper articles, and an image of protesters being arrested in San Francisco City Hall Includes index. MoreLess Show More Show Less.

The House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC, or House Committee on Un-American Activities, or HCUA) was an investigative committee of the United States House of Representatives. Some, like Charlie Chaplin, Orson Welles, Alan Lomax, Paul Robeson, and Yip Harburg, left the . or went underground to find work. In May 1960, the committee held hearings in San Francisco City Hall that led to the infamous riot on May 13, when city police officers fire-hosed protesting students from UC Berkeley, Stanford, and other local colleges and dragged them down the marble steps beneath the rotunda, leaving some seriously injured. Soviet affairs expert William Mandel, who had been subpoenaed to.