Video has not been digitized and is not available for online viewing.
14:20; color; sound; V-110 CA247; S. 828
This film begins with documentary footage of fires and arrests during race riots to illustrate the "revolutionary" atmosphere of 1960s. It then tells how Jacksonville's consolidated government is a quiet revolution that benefits everyone. The film definitely pushes the concept, but has good visuals.
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