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Discussing "The psychology of prejudice" and interviewing Ner Littner, Jean Spurlock and Harriet White.
Discussing education and alternative schools with Theo Buergin and Hans A. Schieser. They discuss educators, philosophers, and psychologists such as Rudolf Steiner, Maria Montessori, and Jean Piaget.
In the first part of this audio, Studs Terkel discusses French theater with critic Jean Vilar. In the second part, Studs and Eugène Ionesco discuss Ionesco’s work and the Theater of the Absurd.
Columbia University professor of psychology, Dr. Herbert Terrace, talks with Studs regarding his 1979 book "Nim: A Chimpanzee Who Learned Sign Language," animal cognition and the evolution of language.
Margaret Mead discusses different cultures, anthropology, and society. Margaret Mead discusses topics such as immigrants, American society, poverty, and population explosion.
Studs Terkel discusses the murder of eight student nurses in 1966 at the hands of Richard Speck with the authors of "Born to Raise Hell", newsman Jack Altman and Speck's psychiatrist Dr. Marvin Ziporyn. Altman sees Speck's public and private image as being quite different. When asked to smile for the cameras Speck obeyed authority and did and was labeled in the press as a monster when in reality he blocked out the murders and was disgusted by his actions. Dr.