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In planning for a proposed national family policy, Irving M. Levine and Joseph Giordano, both of the American Jewish Committee, urge a rediscovery of the strengths of the various ethnic traditions which transmit a sense of cohesiveness over…

In planning for a proposed national family policy, Irving M. Levine and Joseph Giordano, both of the American Jewish Committee, urge a rediscovery of the strengths of the various ethnic traditions which transmit a sense of cohesiveness over…

Robert O. Anderson, chairman of the Atlantic Richfield Company, warns that a redistribution of the earth's resources is inevitable, in the face of the population explosion, and that the process will be haphazard, inequitable, and painful; and it will…

In this panel discussion, participants offer a harsh indictment of the federal preoccupation with military priorities, which, over the course of the Cold War, led the U.S. to channel more than a trillion dollars into the military-industrial complex,…

In this panel discussion, participants offer a harsh indictment of the federal preoccupation with military priorities, which, over the course of the Cold War, led the U.S. to channel more than a trillion dollars into the military-industrial complex,…

Richard J. Barnet, of the Institute for Policy Studies, claims that our national security would be better ensured through a program of internal social reform, aimed at eliminating mass poverty and mass unemployment, rather than by spending money on…

Economist Walter Adams, of Michigan State University, argues that the military-industrial complex is only an illustrative footnote to the enormous concentration of economic power in which government and big business have become partners, with…

Economist Walter Adams, of Michigan State University, argues that the military-industrial complex is only an illustrative footnote to the enormous concentration of economic power in which government and big business have become partners, with…

In this discussion from a Center conference, the panelists debate the question of whether a new ethics is needed to deal with an increasingly technology-oriented, specialization-based medicine, which has eroded the traditional doctor-patient…

In this discussion from a Center conference, the panelists debate the question of whether a new ethics is needed to deal with an increasingly technology-oriented, specialization-based medicine, which has eroded the traditional doctor-patient…