Sound recording of interview with Peter Radcliff conducted by Harvey Schwartz. Describes his activities with the American
Federation of Teachers (AFT) before the San Francisco State Strike of 1968-69, the role of strike activists, leaders and opponents
in detail, assesses the strengths and weaknesses of the student and faculty strike movement, and the long-term effects of
the strike on faculty morale, the direction of faculty unionism, and campus life at San Francisco State University.
Union activist and official in the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and the California Faculty Association at San Francisco
State since 1963, participant in the San Francisco State Strike of 1968-69.
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