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Former Commerce Secretary Peter G. Peterson forecasts a devastating impact from shortages of raw materials unless the United States can cooperate effectively with the many rapidly-industrializing nations around the globe. Pacem in Terris III: 15.…

Former Commerce Secretary Peter G. Peterson forecasts a devastating impact from shortages of raw materials unless the United States can cooperate effectively with the many rapidly-industrializing nations around the globe. Pacem in Terris III: 15.…

A panel discussion analyzing issues of how unchecked defense spending threatens America's economic strength and nuclear stockpiling endangers all civilization. Featuring Clark Clifford, Gloria Emerson, William Foster, Gene R. LaRocque, Jeremy J.…

A panel discussion analyzing issues of how unchecked defense spending threatens America's economic strength and nuclear stockpiling endangers all civilization. Featuring Clark Clifford, Gloria Emerson, William Foster, Gene R. LaRocque, Jeremy J.…

Physicist Herbert York, of UC San Diego, submits a proposal for reducing America's immense stockpile of nuclear weapons, either unilaterally or by negotiated agreement with the USSR. Pacem in Terris III: 13. Oct. 9, 1973.

Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Clark Clifford warns that unrestrained defense spending could undermine America's economic strength, and if the economy fails, we will lose our influence in the world despite all our armaments. Pacem in Terris III:…

Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Clark Clifford warns that unrestrained defense spending could undermine America's economic strength, and if the economy fails, we will lose our influence in the world despite all our armaments. Pacem in Terris III:…

A panel discussion stressing the role of Congress in both the formulation and execution of U.S. foreign policy. Topics covered include: the difficulties of détente, American attitudes toward the United Nations, the dangers of nuclear…

A panel discussion on the question of whether other countries are truly better off for their involvement with the United States, whether America's claim to moral leadership in the world can really be taken seriously, and what policies the U.S. should…

A panel discussion stressing the role of Congress in both the formulation and execution of U.S. foreign policy. Topics covered include: the difficulties of détente, American attitudes toward the United Nations, the dangers of nuclear…