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Panelists debate the varying appraisals of the United Nations and American attitudes toward it in this polarized discussion. Featuring Elisabeth Mann Borgese, John Brademas, Joel I. Brooke, Inis L. Claude, Jr., Roberto E. Guyer, Philip C. Jessup,…

Victor Cizanckas, chief of police for Menlo Park, California, describes his vision of the future role of the police, whom he sees abandoning the bureaucratic, paramilitary style to act with broader discretion to provide the community with social as…

Sociologist Peter L. Berger suggests that the demands of modern life aggravate the tensions caused by two contradictory desires: the need for the security found in a community of our fellows, and the need to develop our own unique qualities which set…

A panel discussion focusing on the need for international institutions in our increasingly interdependent world. Featuring Elisabeth Mann Borgese, Richard A. Falk, Pauline Frederick, Edward M. Korry, Sol M. Linowitz, and Charles W. Yost. Pacem in…

The Center's Elisabeth Mann Borgese argues that ecological pollution makes national boundary claims obsolete, and that there is a need for a new world constitution, under which all sovereign nations would accept responsibilities toward the world…

A panel discussion focusing on the need for international institutions in our increasingly interdependent world. Featuring Elisabeth Mann Borgese, Richard A. Falk, Pauline Frederick, Edward M. Korry, Sol M. Linowitz, and Charles W. Yost. Pacem in…

John Silber, of Boston University, contends that encounter groups, which are supposed to help people become more open and to relate to one another, may merely be a faddish, somewhat dilettantish substitute for true intimacy and real relationships.…

John Silber, of Boston University, contends that encounter groups, which are supposed to help people become more open and to relate to one another, may merely be a faddish, somewhat dilettantish substitute for true intimacy and real relationships.…

The Center's Elisabeth Mann Borgese offers a succinct analysis of the convocation proceedings and their implications for future developments. Mar. 5, 1968.

The Center's Elisabeth Mann Borgese offers a succinct analysis of the convocation proceedings and their implications for future developments. Mar. 5, 1968.