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Psychiatrist Judd Marmor, of the University of California Los Angeles, discusses his belief that racial prejudice will be unlearned only when the perceptions people have hitherto held of one another are changed through their personal experiences, and…

The Center's Michael Harrington and W. H. Ferry are joined by Frank Keegan, of Georgetown University, for a discussion about utopias and their opposites. Aug. 27, 1964.

Robert M. Hutchins leads a staff discussion on the Supreme Court's controversial decision banning religious exercises in public schools. With Scott Buchanan, W. H. Ferry, William Gorman, Richard Lichtman, Purcell Weaver, and Harvey Wheeler. June 25,…

The Center's Harry S. Ashmore and W. H. Ferry interview veteran publisher Alfred A. Knopf, who contrasts the contemporary literary scene with the more felicitous era of his younger days, when he served as editor and publisher to such luminaries as…

Walter Millis, a noted war historian, argues against two long-held tenets: first, that revolution is a popular uprising against unbearable tyranny; and, second, that war is a conflict of organized armies in which victory is resolved through conquest…