COMMUNITY FORUM OCT. 8&9
RACKHAM LECTURE HALL on the campus of the UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Thursday, Oct. 8, 8100 PM, Keynote Address
Rear Admiral Eugene Carroll, u.s. Navy (Ret . )
Center for Defense Information
Friday, Oct. 9, Panelsâ¢
9â¢00-11â¢00 PJI,, "Economics of American !I'Jili tary & Energy Policies"
Robert DeJrasse, Council on Economic Priorities, N.Y.
David Denoon, u.s. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense
Marc Ross, Prof. of Physics, University of Michigan
llâ¢JO PJIJ-l1)0 PM, "World Politics and Intervention"
Gr etchen Eick, United Church of Christ, Washington, D.C.
Allen Whiting, Prof. of Political Science, U of ~~
David Wurfel, Prof. of Political Science, U of Windsor
2â¢00-4â¢00 PM, "Defense and the Arms Race"
Brent Scowcroft, National Security Advisor to President Ford
David Singer, Prof. of Political Science, U of Michigan
4â¢J0-6 â¢JO PIÂ¥.,. "Morality or Rationality of Nuclear Weapons"
Alvin Saperstein, Prof. of Physics, Wayne State University
Rev. Peter Shidemantle, Swords into Plowshares, Cleveland
Joe Yolk, American Friends Service Committee
8â¢00-10â¢00 P!i1, "U.S. Policies in the !>'Iiddle Eastâ¢ Problems
Jerrold Green, Ass't, Prof. of Political Science, U of M
K. Allin Luther, Prof. of Near Eastern Studies, U of !YJ
Richard Mitchell, Prof. of Near Eastern & North African
History, University of !Y1ichigan
Saturday, Oct. 10, Workshopâ¢
81)0 Alll-lâ¢JO PM, "Peacemaking â¢ the Believer's Calling"
First Presbyterian Church, 14)2 Washtenaw (brown bag lunch)
LSA - Student Government, Michigan Student As s embly,
Ann Arbor City Council, Ann Arbor School Board, League
of Women Voters, Political Science Dept. ,U.of M., Navy
League, Huron Valley Chapter, AAUW, Interfaith Council
for Peace, Ecumenical Campus Center, Guild House, Mayor
Lou Belcher, Rep. Perry bullard, Rep. Roy Smith, Helen
Milliken, State Sen. Ed Pierce, Regent Sarah Power,
Congressman Carl Pursell, and many more.