Stanford centennial roundtables [videorecording] 1991


Stanford centennial roundtables [videorecording], 1991

Stanford centennial roundtables [videorecording] 1991

Taped proceedings of the following roundtables: Forging New Alliances: Competition, Cooperation & Survival; Saving the Planet: What Price? What Priority?; A New World Order: New Games, New Players, New Rules; Moving the 21st Century into the Classroom; Who Lives, Who Dies?: Technological Advances and Ethical Choices; The Arts: A Catalyst for Change; Ethnic Diversity: the Power of Differences; and Values: How Are they Imparted to the Next Generation. Participants included Pedro Aspe Armella, Derek Bok, Michael J. Boskin, Bill Clinton, Alain C. Enthoven, Milton Friedman, Denis Hayes, Bill Honig, Ted Koppel, Maynard Parker, Condoleezza Rice, Peter Sellars, Robert Townsend, Jack Valenti, Kirk Varnedoe, and Timothy E. Wirth.

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