Episode 19: Legislative Legacy: 1972 Constitution Brings Legislature Closer to the People
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This is an episode of the series “In the Crucible of Change” - Montana’s Dramatic Period of Progressive Change [1965-1980] - From a Corporate Colony to a Citizens’ State and the Challenge of Keeping It That Way - An Evan Barrett Telefilm Series; Produced by: Highlands College/Montana Tech & Orphan Girl Productions (Evan Barrett); Executive Producers: Evan Barrett & John Garic; Host/Moderator: Evan Barrett; Produced in the studios of Helena Civic Television (HCTV) – Production unit: Kirsten Faubion, Stephen Maly, Dave Clarke, Kelsea Kimerly, Lauren Fredrickson, Jeanie McLean-Warden; Opening Voice Recording - Ian Hadley; Photos: Montana Historical Society Photo Archives - Tom Cook; Personal Photo Archives of Evan Barrett; Music: “Living Room Jam” & “Island Breeze” - Richard H. Kuschel - The Recording Center - Missoula, Montana; “Orphan Girl” used by permission of Headframe Spirits – John & Courtney McKee; Partially funded by Grants from Humanities Montana (an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities), Montana History Foundation, The Greater Montana Foundation (encouraging communication on issues, trends and values of importance to Montanans), and the Lee and Donna Metcalf Charitable Trust.
Loendorf, Jerry; Reichert, Arlyne; Bechtel, Rich; and Barrett, Evan, "Episode 19: Legislative Legacy: 1972 Constitution Brings Legislature Closer to the People" (2015). Crucible Video Episodes. 19.