Public affairs television programs
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: This heading is used as a genre/form heading for television programs about public policy or politics. Television programs aired by or on behalf of nonprofit or governmental organizations to promote the common well-being or general welfare of society are entered under: Public service television programs.Source: Moving image genre-form guide online, December 5, 2007 __(Public affairs: television nonfiction work which include discussions, debates, speeches, and editorials on politics, government, and public policy. The participants may range from a college debate team to journalists, and politicians are frequent guests)
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Abstract Senators Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) and Floyd K. Haskell (D-Colo.) answer questions during an interview on September 26, 1973. Sen. Dominick and Sen. Haskell discuss whether the Agnew and Watergate scandals will affect Congressional incumbents during the upcoming election, the prospect of winter fuel shortages in Colorado and mandatory fuel allocation programs, whether environmental protection regulations should be relaxed to allow strip mining and oil shale development, the need to develop...
Dates: 1973 September 26