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Whatever Works (1979)

Lake Jackson Historical Museum

Sound | 1979

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  •  Documentary on the “New Left”  
  •  Interview with former Vietnam War POW upset about the anti-War movement 
  •  Jane Fonda press conference in North Vietnam 
  •  Joan Baez’s letter to North Vietnam and her anti-war stance 
  •  Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden against Nuclear Power march 
  •  Historians and political theorists on the New Left 
  •  
    Interview at the Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant
    about anti-Nuclear movement
     
 
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This documentary, produced by FD productions for the Texas Forum, discusses leftist attempts to destabilize industry and America. Featuring a scathing critique of Tom Hayden and his relationship with Jane Fonda, this film explores the techniques used to fight industry and capitalism following the protests of the 1960s, asserting that the New Left no longer has a true cause. The film employs interviews with scholars and musicians, including Joan Baez, in an attempt to legitimize its anti-leftist claims. Please note that the film contains very strong anti-left rhetoric and critique of prominent individuals. The Texas Archive of the Moving Image does not endorse these views, but presents this film as a historical document of the era.