Per Wastberg

Friday, January 01, 1960

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Patricia Marx interviews Swedish author, poet, and essayist Per Wästberg about his personal involvement in the cause of South Africa. Mr. Wästberg explains how prejudice is much worse in South Africa than it is in the United States, as well as the growing guerrilla movement in South Africa. Mr. Wästberg also expresses his feelings about intervention from the United Nations and other Western countries, as well as his diminishing beliefs that any end to apartheid can come about peacefully.

WNYC archives id: 56213


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About Patricia Marx


Patricia Marx Interviews is a series of interviews done for WNYC and other stations that include talks with: Woody Allen, Dick Gregory, William Golding, General Omar Bradley, Arthur C. Clarke, David Halberstam, Bob Hope, George Balanchine and others.

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