November 8, 1974 - Hunger, Sweeps And Pardons.

News of this day and this week for November 8, 1974 - Democrats sweep Midterm elections, big anti-Nixon vote. Kissinger back from 18 day diplomatic tour, Middle East and the PLO. World Hunger Conference starts in Rome. OAS meet in Quito, ponder easing restrictions on Cuba. Lt. Calley is released from prison after pardon. Federal Judge in Ohio acquits 8 National Guardsmen accused of shooting students at Kent State.

The Week That Was - Feb.9-16, 1974

News events of the week for February 9-16, 1974 - Alexander Solzhenitsyn is stripped of citizenship and expelled from the Soviet Union, Patty Hearst kidnapping saga goes into its second week. Oil and The Middle East (again).

Your Friends At The FCC In 1974

Interviews from 1974 with then-principal members of the Federal Communications Commission in 1974 - Dr. Clay Whitehead, Charlotte Reid and Nicholas Johnson.