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[Interview discussing the clothing trade of Dallas]

Description: Audio cassette from the NaDeane Walker Anderson collection. In the audio, NaDeane Walker is interviewing a woman in the Dallas fashion market and industry, and how they compare to markets in New York and California.
Date: 197X
Duration: 55 minutes 23 seconds
Creator: Walker, NaDeane
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Interview with Congressman Jim Mattox]

Description: Audio cassette from the NaDeane Walker Anderson collection. In the audio, Congressman Jim Mattox talks generally about his political viewpoints, the duties and responsibilities a Congressman possesses, and the collective process of Congress. Mattox and NaDeane discuss issues and topics such as what citizens expect from elected leaders, foreign affairs in Uganda, regulating the banking industry, consumerism, deregulation of the trucking industry, keeping social security from going bankrupt, maintaining a strong military, creating jobs, veterans, presidents, implementing integrity in legislation, and teaching and inspiring the youth about the government. The interview concludes with Mattox discussing his strengths and accomplishments for an upcoming election, which also includes a portion about his opponent. NaDeane can be heard a few times throughout the interview clip.
Date: 197X
Duration: 15 minutes 37 seconds
Creator: Walker, NaDeane
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Town hall meeting with Congressman Jim Mattox and interview with unidentified person]

Description: Audio cassette from the NaDeane Walker Anderson collection. In the first clip of the audio, Congressman Jim Mattox prefaces his lecture by asking a group of people what issues interests them and allows each individual and/or reporter to respond with a variety of social, economic, and governmental topics. Mattox begins his lecture by pointing out the abundance of issues Congress faces and votes on. In the remainder of the clip, Mattox talks about balancing budgets, taxes on an individual and corporate level, government programs such as social security, and a breakdown of various approaches to taxes and government spending devised by Congress. The second half of the first clip contains low quality sound and is difficult to hear. In the second clip, the lecture by Congressman Mattox continues and sound quality improves at the 3 minute mark. Mattox discusses taxes on the energy sector, President Jimmy Carter's economic policies, status of the government's spending and inflation rates, the water supply in Dallas, and social security. At the 21:30 minute mark, a new interview begins between NaDeane and an unidentified federal worker. They discuss issues such as social security, retirement, Bell Helicopter and Barbara Jordan.
Date: 197X
Duration: 1 hour 1 minute 24 seconds
Creator: Walker, NaDeane
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Interview with Congressman Jim Mattox]

Description: Audio cassette from the NaDeane Walker Anderson collection. In the first clip of the audio, Congressman Jim Mattox discusses government spending, tax cuts, lack of competition with major energy and manufacturing industries, inflation, and the federal reserve. Mattox and NaDeane discuss the topic of war with Russia and developing nations, world affairs and economics, the energy industry, government spending on military and various programs, and problems with public hearings. In the second clip, Mattox and NaDeane discuss social security, retirement, personal finances and annuities, social welfare and medical programs, insurance companies, and issues with nursing homes. The clip concludes with Mattox sharing aspects about his faith and upbringing in relation to issues of immigration, equality, and civil rights. NaDeane can be heard throughout both clips.
Date: 197X
Duration: 1 hour 2 minutes 16 seconds
Creator: Walker, NaDeane
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Interview with Congressman Jim Mattox]

Description: Audio cassette from the NaDeane Walker Anderson collection. In the first clip of the audio, Congressman Jim Mattox talks about his various political, social, and religious viewpoints, his opinions on the state of legislation, and issues such as tax reform, lobby control, full financial disclosure, open records, and elections. Mattox also discusses his career history and objectives regarding budget policies and processes, involvement with the Democratic Caucus, and passing legislation directed at issues such as social security, foreign affairs in Uganda, and banks. Lastly, Mattox shares his opinions on social issues such as birth rates. In the second clip, Mattox discusses work-life balance, his opinions on President Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, and George H. W. Bush, anecdotes about helping people, and his thoughts on organizational support and endorsements. NaDeane can be heard throughout both clips.
Date: 197X
Duration: 1 hour 2 minutes 24 seconds
Creator: Walker, NaDeane
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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[Interview with Congressman Jim Mattox and additional interviews]

Description: Audio cassette from the NaDeane Walker Anderson collection. In the first clip of the audio, Congressman Jim Mattox discusses his concerns about changes in society, young Americans political views, and the threat of Russia/Soviet Union's military and nuclear capacity. The bulk of the interview includes Mattox talking about the structure and process of Congress, the need to compromise and find solutions to balance out or neutralize differing views in legislation, and problems with special interest groups and lobbying influencing elections and political decisions. The clip concludes with Mattox sharing his political and social viewpoints, as well as autobiographical details that have influenced his workmanship and voting strategies. The second clip contains four different interviews conducted by NaDeane with the first interview including a discussion with Congressman Jim Mattox about speaking to the House and issues involving poverty and civil rights. The last three interviews cover social issues such as social service programs like healthcare and welfare, but the audio quality is low.
Date: 197X
Duration: 1 hour 2 minutes 26 seconds
Creator: Walker, NaDeane
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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