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Continued discussion of the implications of Pacem in Terris for American policies, featuring James Farmer, H. Stuart Hughes, Herman Kahn, James G. Patton, Elmo Roper, Stanley K. Sheinbaum, Paul Tillich, and Dagmar Wilson. [Feb 1965].

A discussion of the implications of Pacem in Terris for American policies, featuring James Farmer, Walter Millis, Elmo Roper, Stanley K. Sheinbaum, and Paul Tillich. [Feb. 1965].

Public opinion analyst Elmo Roper calls for hardheaded planning of our public and private resources, including family planning, and for an intellectual renaissance in which achievements of the mind will acquire a folk status equal to those of…

Public opinion analyst Elmo Roper calls for hardheaded planning of our public and private resources, including family planning, and for an intellectual renaissance in which achievements of the mind will acquire a folk status equal to those of…