Committee for Environmental Information 1972-1973


Committee for Environmental Information 1972-1973

The four interviews in the project discuss the creation of the Committee for Environmental Information. The interviewees talk about how they became involved in the group and the politics that they had to deal with along the way. Also discussed are the political and military situations of the time.

4 interviews; Audiotapes, transcripts, and collateral materials



SNAC Resource ID: 6625133

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