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From Martha Mitchell’s Encyclopedia Brunoniana:
Providence Journal–Brown University Public Affairs Conference
The Providence Journal–Brown University Public Affairs Conference was first held in March 1980. Participants in the first conference on “The American Political System” with keynote speaker Daniel Yankelovish, John Gardner of Common Cause, Vernon Jordan of the National Urban League, and Harold Williams of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Subsequent conferences have been on the subjects: “Mass Media and the Elections” (1981), Who Will Save the American City?” (1982), “The “The American High School” (1984), “Cost vs. Care: America’s Health Care Dilemma (1985), “Keeping America at Work” (1986), “Crime in America” (1987), “Ethics is American Public Life” (1988), “The Changing American Family” (1989), “Our Fragile Earth: Strategies for Survival (1990), “Free Expression after 200 Years” (1991), and “Who Will Save the American City?” (1992).
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