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What to do with the American teenager?

Author: William F Buckley, Jr.; Murray the K.; Al DeCaprio; RKO General, inc.; Hoover Institution Archives.
Publisher: [Stanford, Calif.] : Hoover Institution Video Library, Stanford University, [2009].
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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"A culture clash of the first order between a host who believes in the accumulated wisdom of the ages and a guest ("the Fifth Beatle, as he has been called by one of the original four") who believes that people under 25 are more honest and more perceptive than their elders-with the exception of Mr. Kaufman, whose new book was called: Murray the K Tells It like It Is, Baby. MK: "The commentary [in today's lyrics] is  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Murray the K
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: William F Buckley, Jr.; Murray the K.; Al DeCaprio; RKO General, inc.; Hoover Institution Archives.
OCLC Number: 317971222
Notes: Title from disc surface and container.
Originally taped as episode 036 of the television program Firing Line on November 14, 1966.
Credits: Executive producer, David Yarnell ; associate producer, Neal Freeman.
Performer(s): Host, William F. Buckley Jr. ; moderator, Lester Smith ; guest, Murray Kaufman (Murray the K).
Description: 1 videodisc (50 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Other Titles: Firing line (Television program)
Responsibility: Produced by Robert Kline ; directed by Al DeCaprio ; an RKO General Productions presentation.

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"A culture clash of the first order between a host who believes in the accumulated wisdom of the ages and a guest ("the Fifth Beatle, as he has been called by one of the original four") who believes that people under 25 are more honest and more perceptive than their elders-with the exception of Mr. Kaufman, whose new book was called: Murray the K Tells It like It Is, Baby. MK: "The commentary [in today's lyrics] is not on the life of the teenager. It is on Vietnam, it is on the double facades of the so-called establishment ... and I will admit that there are times that you have to dig kind of deep, beyond the maze or, as maybe you would say, the cacophony of sound ..."Container.

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