Problems of Statehood
What does statehood mean to Alaskans? John MacVane conducts sidewalk interviews with the new citizens, and draws from them a series of interesting responses. Joe Kirkbridge, editor of The Daily Alaska Empire(a Juneau paper), tells about the many conditions that hamper Alaska’s future development. Governor William Egan, in an interview in his offices, speaks of the Alaskans’ inventiveness and their willingness to be self-reliant, to accept hardship, and to help one another. His statement is a remarkable combination of idealistic anticipation and realistic appraisal of the difficulties facing the development of Alaska.
KTCA-TV, St. Paul-Minneapolis; John MacVane; Joseph T. McDermott; Ray Daum; Joe O'Brien; Frank Punchard; Roger Gruenke; John Raddatz
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
National Educational Television
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