|Length:||29 minutes, 20 seconds.|
|Released:||June 8th, 1986|
Thirty years to justice explores the compelling story of Utah sheepranchers who became trapped in a national response to the perceived threats of the Cold War, and who stood by helplessly as century-old livelihoods were lost. It documents the death of thousands of Utah sheep and the 30 year struggle by the ranchers to get the truth from the government. Produced by Ken Verdoia. This production is not available for sale, but is owned by the University of Utah's Marriott Library, and may be available for checkout.
Click to the library catalog entry.
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