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Secretary of State Henry Kissinger discusses recent changes in the international scene and gives his views of the realities and limits of foreign policy. With an introduction by Robert M. Hutchins. Pacem in Terris III: 1. Oct. 8, 1973.

Secretary of State Henry Kissinger discusses recent changes in the international scene and gives his views of the realities and limits of foreign policy. With an introduction by Robert M. Hutchins. Pacem in Terris III: 1. Oct. 8, 1973.

Robert M. Hutchins leads a discussion with Garry Wills, Elizabeth Hardwick, and the Center staff into the problems of the American public education system, which has gone from being the pride of the nation to receiving almost universal derision.…

A panel discussion that examines the quality of the people chosen to execute our foreign policy and their relationship with media reporters as critical variables in the workings of our government. Featuring Alfred Balk, Thomas E. Cronin, John Kenneth…

A panel discussion that examines the quality of the people chosen to execute our foreign policy and their relationship with media reporters as critical variables in the workings of our government. Featuring Alfred Balk, Thomas E. Cronin, John Kenneth…

A sound portrait created to celebrate the birthday of Center president Robert Maynard Hutchins, narrated by Paul Newman. Jan. 17, 1969.

A sound portrait created to celebrate the birthday of Center president Robert Maynard Hutchins, narrated by Paul Newman. Jan. 17, 1969.

Robert M. Hutchins reads one of his weekly newspaper editorials, dealing with U.S. involvement in Laos, its relation to the Vietnam War, and it effects on the Laotian people. The program is about five minutes long. Mar. 18, 1970.

Robert M. Hutchins reads his weekly newspaper editorials. Includes discussion of: (1) FCC chairman Dean Birch; (2) President Nixon's television appearances; (3) the problem of ethnicity in the civil rights movement; (4) the high suicide rate among…

Robert M. Hutchins reads his weekly newspaper editorials. Includes: (1) Free Press; (2) Education for Self-Preservation; (3) Microminiaturization; (4) After Watts, What?; (5) The City; (6) Instantaneous Communications; (7) Conscription; (8) The…