Movie: The Private Afternoons of Pamela Mann [1974 Movie: The Private Afternoons of Pamela Mann [1974

Movie: The Private Afternoons of Pamela Mann [1974 Movie: The Private Afternoons of Pamela Mann [1974

Pamela Mann:
[on telephone] Do you know what day it is today?



Pamela's friend:
[on telephone] Of course I know what day it is. I am not sure what year it is but I know what day it is.

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Poll taker:
Do you feel the emergence of bourgeois and often corrupt administration in the recently liberated self-governing states of Africa can be explained by re-examining the circumstances of foreign domination which precipitated the process of colonial disentanglement?



Pamela Mann:
I certainly do.



Poll taker:
Thank you!

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Poll taker:
Do you think the welfare state is still viable considering the inability up to the present of the system to reconcile the isolation of the poor with the assimilation into the system of relatively well-to-do hierarchy of government, administrators, corporate functionaries and executives and the other white color elite who are the necessary benefactors of these poor?



Pamela Mann:
No.



Poll taker:
Thank you!

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Poll taker:
Do you think that the fact the vocabulary among the young has diminished is symptomatic of a recession into the self and simple manifestation of a disaffection with traditional modes of communication?



Pamela Mann:
Uh, little of both.



Poll taker:
Thank you!

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