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A speech by James F. Ahern given as part of a suite of events held by the University during the first annual commemoration of the Kent State shootings. Ahern was a member of the Scranton Commission and former police chief of New Haven, Conn. This speech was delivered on Monday, May 1, 1971, and was live-broadcast by WKSU and is introduced and narrated for broadcast by John C. Weiser. Ahern is introduced at the event by Kent State academic administrator John A. Flower. The speech ends near the 25:30 minute mark followed by a question and answer segment in which the questions are essentially inaudible. Some questions are repeated by Weiser or Ahern himself, but most are not.
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Ahern, James F.
Flower, John A.
Weiser, John C.
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