Johnny Baranski calls his own father to the witness stand in order to show that his protest actions are consistent with his Roman Catholic upbringing, in which he was taught to love his neighbor and to be his brothers' keeper. In the cross-examination, prosecuting attorney Steven Kadison challenges Johnny's father to admit that the action of this protest infringed on the rights of other people.
Featured Music: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, “Teach Your Children,” Déjà Vu (Atlantic, 1970); Jimmy Cliff, “ Vietnam,” The Best of Jimmy Cliff (EMI, 2001)
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