Fifty years after EPIC [sound recording], 1984.


Fifty years after EPIC [sound recording], 1984.

Interviews conducted by Mike Balter, H. Morton Newman, Fay M. Blake and Claudia Williams with figures associated with Upton Sinclair's 1934 End Poverty in California campaign.

25 sound cassettes. + 1 folder.


SNAC Resource ID: 7083314

UC Berkeley Libraries

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