Interviewing a young white cabbie and farewell comments on the plane ride home when Studs traveled home from Montgomery, Alabama.
Excerpts from different episodes of "Hard Times: an Oral History of the Great Depression". A Fairy Tale: Montage of young voices that talk about their parents' stories of surviving the Depression. The March: Jimmy Sheridan talks about what life was like on the rails as part of the Bonus March. Born Losers: Ed Paulsen discusses trying to find work in San Francisco and upon failing, marching to City Hall, which then led to rioting with the police. Hard Travelin': Pauline Kael remembers her mother feeding beggars that came to the back door.
Discussing "The Story of 77" with Oliver Harvey, Mary Ellen Kent, Lucy Bug and Pete Brandon.
Interviewing in Montgomery, Alabama, with a newspaper woman, Ruth and hostess (part 3). He talks with several people about their thoughts on the March on Washington.
Mr. Paulei talks with Studs about the air traffic controllers strike in 1980 and subsequent firing of over 1000 air traffic controllers. They discuss what a normal shift as an air traffic controller consists of, and the unions reasons for the strike in 1980.