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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].

Further discussion of the implications of Pacem in Terris for American policies, featuring H. Stuart Hughes, Herman Kahn, Walter Millis, James G. Patton, William Fitts Ryan, Stanley K. Sheinbaum, 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].

The responsibilities of nations that give foreign aid and those that receive it are discussed in these excerpts from a variety of panels. Participants include Steve Allen, Eugene Burdick, Grenville Clark, James Farmer, Jerome Frank, H. Stuart Hughes,…

The responsibilities of nations that give foreign aid and those that receive it are discussed in these excerpts from a variety of panels. Participants include Steve Allen, Eugene Burdick, Grenville Clark, James Farmer, Jerome Frank, H. Stuart Hughes,…

The topic of the world community is addressed in these excerpts from three round-table discussions. Participants include Abram J. Chayes, Grenville Clark, John Cogley, Norman Cousins, Hudson Hoagland, H. Stuart Hughes, Herman Kahn, Marya Mannes,…

The topic of the world community is addressed in these excerpts from three round-table discussions. Participants include Abram J. Chayes, Grenville Clark, John Cogley, Norman Cousins, Hudson Hoagland, H. Stuart Hughes, Herman Kahn, Marya Mannes,…

Air Force General Henry C. Huglin contends that U.S. superiority in nuclear weapons has saved the world from atomic holocaust. In the following discussion, Scott Buchanan, Hallock Hoffman, Robert M. Hutchins, Irving Laucks, Richard Lichtman, Stanley…

Air Force General Henry C. Huglin contends that U.S. superiority in nuclear weapons has saved the world from atomic holocaust. In the following discussion, Scott Buchanan, Hallock Hoffman, Robert M. Hutchins, Irving Laucks, Richard Lichtman, Stanley…

Stanley K. Sheinbaum and William V. Shannon of the New York Post discuss the myths and clichés surrounding deficit spending vs. the balanced budget, tax reforms, and other U.S. economic policies. [ca. 1962].