Austin's Boston; Up With People: The Morality Of Moral Re-Armament
Original date: 4/12/1967. directed by Bill Cosel
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- Austin's Boston
- Up With People: The Morality Of Moral Re-Armament
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Series release date: 1967
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Austin Hoyt wrote, produced and hosted this examination of the Moral Re-Armament Movement. The Movement was young, politically right and sought to convey the notion that not all teenagers were hippies, beatniks and dropouts. In particular the program focuses on a concert performance at Harvard by the “Up With People” singers and the controversy that surrounded the show. On camera interviews and comments by Harlon Dalton of the Harvard Young Democrats; John Sayre of the Moral Re-Armament Movement; Bernard Knox and Peter Rogers, Harvard students; and Jerry Zimmerman, Northeastern University student. The program concludes on the the note that the Movement, in part, seeks to politcially sway, to the right, the upcoming 1968 Presidential elections. 1967.
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