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Studs interviews patrons in a the pub of the Falcon Hotel, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, while in Stratford-upon-Avon (Midlands) in England. A variety of questions were asked about favorite memories, jobs, and daily life.
Studs interview with Patricia O'Brien about her book, "The Woman Alone" and a large variety of issues of the women's movement. Studs includes parts of interviews he did with a middle-aged man and woman on the day of the women's strike. He also included an excerpt from his interview with Peggy Terry. O'Brien reads excerpts from her book including a poem by May Sarton. Studs quotes Jane Howard, Jane Kennedy, and the wife of Senator Birch Bayh.
Joan Chase discusses and reads from her book "During the Reign of the Queen of Persia: a Novel." This book is told from the perspective of four granddaughters of an Ohio farm wife during the 1950s and is broken into three parts that follow these women throughout their life recounting family stories and the struggles of rural life in modern America. Studs plays "Down in the Valley" - Pete Seeger, Bess Lomax, and Tom Glazer (1951), "Yes Sir, That's My Baby" - Kai Winding & J.J. Johnson (1959), and "Frankie and Johnny" - Burl Ives (1955).
Jimmy discusses work ethic and pride. High school students Carolyn and May Rose describe a typical day, future plans and worries. All talk about what the world would look like if they were God. Part 2
Jimmy talks about how he spends his day, fantasies and daydreams, worries about the future, and family life; part 1.
Studs interviews Dr. Timothy Leary about the three stages of the psychadelic experience: turning on, tuning in, and dropout. Leary discusses how his life changed from being a successful psychologist and professor at Harvard to renewing his life as a religious teacher. He shares how the drug LSD is used in the tribal communities who turn on and also explains the values of those who practice turning on. Leary also describes other methods used to turn on, which he considers a religious experience. Studs reads what Richard Goldstein said about Dr. Leary.