Moakley with Representatives Jack Kemp and Bill Clay, and Moakley on the Energy Crisis, audio recording and transcript, 1974

Moakley with Representatives Jack Kemp and Bill Clay, and Moakley on the Energy Crisis, audio recording and transcript, 1974

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Congressman John Joseph Moakley Papers, 1926-2001 (MS100)

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1900-01-00

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In the first segment, Moakley and Representative Jack Kemp discuss the controversy over the football television blackouts and proposed changes to the way the broadcasting rights for football games in the U.S. In the second segment, Representative Bill Clay discusses the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and proposals to increase the diversity of programming on public television. In the final two segments, Representative Moakley focuses on the nation's energy crisis and ways to alleviate the shortage including increasing oil refining capacity, expanding mass transit, and ways consumers can conserve energy. The discussion was broadcast on the Boston-based radio station WILD as part of a program featuring Moakley and other members of Congress.

Date

1974

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Moakley with Representatives Jack Kemp and Bill Clay, and Moakley on the Energy Crisis, audio recording and transcript, 1974

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