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1966 Yearbook

1966 Yearbook


1966 Yearbook


"Extremism in America"
Arthur Larson, Ph.D.
March 21, 1966
Catholic daily, the Sun-Herald. He spoke of the Catholic
editor and said that it was not only a matter for academic debate, but one of daily decisive action as well.
The emergence of extremist groups and the character
of extremist attitudes in the United States was analyzed
and described by the noted conservative, Dr. Arthur
Larson. He is Director of the World Rule of Law Center at Duke University and is Chairman of the National
Council for Civic Responsibility. Dr. Larson served President Eisenhower as under secretary of labor and director
of the United States Information Agency, besides being
"Other Life in the Universe"
I. M. Levitt, Ph.D.
April 28, 1966
a confidential advisor. He now serves President Lyndon B. Johnson as an international affairs consultant.
Dr. I. M. Levitt came to our campus to lecture on
the world of the future, "Other Life in the Universe."
He said that many various motives are propounded for
man's venturing into outer space, but it may be that
the principal one is the simple curiosity to know who
or what lives there. Dr. Levitt is Director of Philadelphia's Fels Planetarium and an advisor to NASA.
He is very much "at home" amongst the galaxies and
nebulae of the space world on which he spoke.
The lecture series was attended by many Quint-Citians as well as by many of the faculty and students of Saint Ambrose.


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