December 15, 85

Vol. 01 , No. 06   


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SOUTH AFRICA IN CRISIS: A SYMPOSIUM

South Africa in Crisis: How Should We Respond?
EDWARD ALPERS
PETER DUIGNAN
ANTON LOWENBERG
WILLIAM MOSES '84
ARTHUR ROSENBAUM, moderator
Monday, November 18, 1985 7:00 p.m.

"South Africa in Crisis: How Should We Respond?" Edward A. Alpers professor of history, UCLA. Professor Alpers' address will be followed by a panel discussion featuring: Peter Duignan, senior fellow, Hoover Institution; Anton D. Lowenberg, visiting assistant professor of economics, Claremont McKenna College; William F. Moses '84, Watson fellow; with Professor Arthur L. Rosenbaum, Claremont McKenna College, moderator.

The Political Economy of Apartheid
ANTON LOWENBERG
PETER DUIGNAN
DEAN McHENRY, JR.
WILLIAM MOSES '84
MARIE-DENISE SHELTON, moderator
Tuesday, November 19, 1985
Bauer Lecture Hall 11:00 a.m.
"The Political Economy of Apartheid." Anton D. Lowenberg, visiting assistant professor of economics, Claremont McKenna College. Professor Lowenberg's address will be followed by a panel discussion featuring: Peter Duignan, senior fellow, Hoover Institution; Dean E. McHenry, Jr., associate professor of government, Claremont Graduate School; William F. Moses '84, Watson fellow; with Marie-Denise Shelton, associate professor of French, Claremont McKenna College, moderator.

Tuesday, November 19, 1985
Library of the Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum 3:00-4:30 p.m. Informal tea-time discussion with William F. Moses '84, who has just returned from a year in South Africa as a Watson fellow.

South Africa: War Revolution, or Peace?
PETER DUIGNAN
ANTON LOWENBERG
DEAN McHENRY, JR.
WILLIAM MOSES '84
P. EDWARD HALEY, moderator
Tuesday, November 19, 1985 7:00 p.m.

"South Africa: War, Revolution, or Peace?" Peter Duignan, senior fellow, Hoover Institution. Professor Duignan's address will be followed by a panel discussion featuring: Anton D. Lowenberg, visiting assistant professor of economics, Claremont McKenna College; Dean E. McHenry, Jr., associate professor of government, Claremont Graduate School; William F. Moses '84, Watson fellow; with P. Edward Haley, director of the Keck Center for International Strategic Studies, Claremont McKenna College, moderator.

Reservations for meals in conjunction with the symposium "South Africa in Crisis," Monday and Tuesday, November 18-19, 1985, may be made by using the coupon in this issue of The Fortnightly.