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In this panel discussion, the participants examine the question of how to make the public schools in the ghetto function better for children in helping them to focus on their potential rather than their limitations, taking into account current…

The Center's Harry S. Ashmore contends that, to his eyes, the countercultural youth movement of the 1960s does not seem all that different from his own rebellious generation of the 1930s, with the possible exception of the Vietnam War, which presents…

A wide-ranging discussion about the war in Vietnam among an international group of scholars, politicians, and journalists, dealing with the war's origins, its effect on the rest of the world, and how best to bring it to an end. Especially noteworthy…

A wide-ranging discussion about the war in Vietnam among an international group of scholars, politicians, and journalists, dealing with the war's origins, its effect on the rest of the world, and how best to bring it to an end. Especially noteworthy…

A synthesis of the Pacem in Terris II convocation held in Geneva, Switzerland, focusing on the necessary conditions for world peace. Speakers include: Edward Brooke, James Farmer, J. William Fulbright, Paul G. Hoffman, Robert M. Hutchins, Martin…

A synthesis of the Pacem in Terris II convocation held in Geneva, Switzerland, focusing on the necessary conditions for world peace. Speakers include: Edward Brooke, James Farmer, J. William Fulbright, Paul G. Hoffman, Robert M. Hutchins, Martin…

In an interview with the Center's John L. Perry, Miami News editor William C. Baggs joins Harry S. Ashmore in charging that President Lyndon Johnson cancelled a State Department peace overture to North Vietnam at a crucial moment, thus prolonging the…

In an interview with the Center's John L. Perry, Miami News editor William C. Baggs joins Harry S. Ashmore in charging that President Lyndon Johnson cancelled a State Department peace overture to North Vietnam at a crucial moment, thus prolonging the…

Harry S. Ashmore reports on his visit to North Vietnam to invite the country's president, Ho Chi Minh, to the second Center conference on Pacem in Terris, offering his impressions of the man, his people, and the war. Jan. 1967.

Harry S. Ashmore observes that the normal tendency of the intellectual to complicate propositions that are both fundamental and simple is nowhere more sharply demonstrated than in the issue of race. Mar. 1965.