2016 Facing Fracture
Eric Andre, Actor and Comedian
Deray Mckesson, Civil Rights Activist
Martine Rothblatt, Founder and CEO of Sirius XM
Nicholas Christakis, Sociologist and Professor at Yale University
Bernie Sanders, U.S. Senator from Vermont and former 2016 presidential candidate 

2015 Voices that Shaped Today, Visions that Frame Tomorrow
Lauren Bush Lauren, Founder of FEED
Joe Lieberman, former U.S. Senator from Connecticut
Ava Duvernay, Award-Winning Film Director of Selma
Alan Dershowitz, Lawyer
The Fat Jew, Comedian

2014 The Generation Electric: Recharging the Promise of Tomorrow
BJ Novak, Actor on The Office
Laura Ling, Journalist
Aaron Ralston, Inspiration for 127 Hours
Tom Donolin, Former National Security Adviser to President Barack Obama
RJ Mitte, Actor on Breaking Bad

2013 Learning from Experience: The Path Ahead for Generation Y
Craig Robinson, Actor and Comedian
Jon Favreau, Former Director of Speechwriting for President Barack Obama
Tony & Jonna Mendez, Retired CIA intelligence officers
Ron Paul, Former Congressman
Kal Penn, Actor, producer, and civil servant

2012 The Power of the Individual: How One Voice Can Change the World
Seth Meyers, Late Night Show Host formerly on Saturday Night Live
Lt. Dan Choi, LGBT Activist
Wendy Kopp, Founder of Teach for America
Jon Huntsman, Former Governor of Utah, U.S. Ambassador to China, and 2012 presidential candidate
Jeffrey Toobin, CNN Legal Correspondent, New Yorker Staff Writer
Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia

2011 America's Boundless Possibilities: Innovate, Innovate, Innovate
Jerry Springer, Television Personality
Gail J. McGovern, President and CEO of the American Red Cross
Cory Booker, Mayor of Newark, New Jersey
Michael Kenneth Williams, Actor on The Wire, Boardwalk Empire
Aziz Ansari, Comedian
David Axelrod, former senior advisor to President Barack Obama
Karl Christian Rove, Senior Advisor and Deputy Chief of Staff to former President George W. Bush

2010 The Global Network: America's Changing Role in an Interconnected World
Wes Moore, Author, Social Entrepreneur, TV Producer, Political Analyst, Decorated US Army Officer
Richard Roeper, American Columnist and Film Critic for The Chicago Sun-Times
Reza Pahlavi, Crown Prince of Iran
Jon Landau, American Film Producer
Nancy Landon Kassebaum, American Politician, Former Senator for the State of Kansas
Colorful China Dance Group, A Showcase of the Exquisite Costumes, Dance, and Rich Fabric of China's Ethnic Groups  
Donny Deutsch, American Advertising Executive, Television Personality, Former Host of the CNBC Show (The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch)

2009 A Transition Between Generations in a Changing America
Malcolm Gladwell, New Yorker staff writer and Author of Outliers, Tipping Point, Blink
Elizabeth Edwards, Attorney, healthcare activist, wise of former U.S. Senator John Edwards
Michael Steele, Chair of the Republican National Convention
Aaron Schock, U.S. Representative for Illinois 18th congressional district
Sean Astin, Actor, director, voice artist, and producer known for his film roles as Samwise Gamgee in The Lord of the Rings trilogy
Ben Carson, Pediatric neurosurgeon

2008 A More Perfect Union: Partnership, Progress & Prosperity in a Changing America
Tucker Carlson, American Political Commentator for Fox News, Co-founder and Former editor-in-chief of The Daily Caller
Kareen Abdul-Jabbar, Former NBA player
Valerie Plame Wilson, Former Operations Officer of the CIA
David Alan Grier, American Acoustic Guitarist
Will Ferrell, Actor and Comedian
William Brody, American Radiologist, Former President of the Salk Institute 

2007 Renewing American Culture: The Perspectives that Shape our Identity
Christopher Hitchens, Journalist, Author , TV Personality
David Simon, Author, Journalist, Head Writer and Show Runner of The Wire
Martin O’Malley, Governor of Maryland (2007-2015), Mayor of Baltimore (1999-2007)
Danny Glover, Actor, Film Director, Political Activist
Rory Kennedy, Documentary Filmmaker
Bill Nye, Science Communicator, TV Presenter/Personality, Mechanical Engineer
Capitol Steps, American Political-Satire Group
Edward James Olmos, Actor, Director 

2006 Finding our Voice: The Role of America’s Youth
Harry Belafonte, Singer, Songwriter, Actor, Social Activist
Ralph Nader, Political Activist, Author, Attorney
Rev. James Forbes, Senior Minister Emeritus of the Riverside Church
Jason Alexander, Actor, Comedian, Director
Newt Gingrich, Politician, Served as the 50th Speaker of the U.S House of Representatives
Afeni Shakur, Political Activist, Black Panther, Music Businesswoman
Petra Nemcova, Czech Model, TV Host, Philanthropist
Immortal Technique, Hip Hop Recording Artist, Activist 

2005 American Mass Media: Redefining the Democratic Landscape
James Carville, Political Strategist, Best-Selling Author
Kate Michelman, Former President, NARAL Pro-Choice America
Dick Morris, Political Strategist, Best-Selling Author
Frank Newport, Editor-in-Chief, The Gallup Poll
Neal Baer, Executive Producer, Law and Order: SVU
Phyllis Schlafly, Founder of the Eagle Forum, Author

2004 Rebuilding America: Peace and Prosperity at What Price? 
General Wesley Clark, Fmr. NATO Commander, Dem. Pres. Contender
Dr. Ruth Wetheimer, Sex Therapist, Best-Selling Author
Dr. Elias Zerhouni, Director, National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Dan Raviv, CBS News Correspondent
David Horowitz, Author & Civil Rights Advocate
Dinesh D’Souza, Best-Selling Author & News Commentator
Bill Schneider, CNN Senior Political Analyst
N. Gregory Mankiw, Chief Economic Advisor to the President
Howard Zinn, Author, Historian & Social Activist

2003 The Great American Experiment: A Juxtaposition of Capitalism and Democracy
Patch Adams, Physician, Comedian, Social Activist, Clown, Author
Ann Coulter, American Conservative Social and Political Commentator,  Writer, Lawyer
John Stossel, TV Personality, Author, Libertarian Pundit
Michael Moore, American Documentary Filmmaker, Author
Patricia Ireland, U.S Administrator, Author, Former President of the  National Organization for Women
Nelson Mandela, Former president of South Africa 

2002 Changing Times: Who Are We? An Introspective Look at American Identity in the 21st Century
Linda Chavez, Author, Commentator, Radio Talk Show Host, Fox News Analyst
Edward James Olmos, American Actor, Director
David Brock, American Progressive Political Operative, Author, Founder of Media Matters for America
Russell Simmons, American Entrepreneur, Producer, Author, Chairman and CEO of Rush Communications
Nadine Strossen, Former President of the American Civil Liberties Union
Christopher Whitcomb, Former Member of the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team, Author
Arun Gandhi, Indian-American Socio-Political Activist
Francis Collins, Director of the National Human Genome Research Institute of the National Institutes of Health
Ruth Faden, Director of the Berman Bioethics Institute at Johns Hopkins
Chris Matthews, American Political Commentator, Talk Show Host, Author 

2001 A Nation Divided (changed to United after 9/11): Politics and Power in the 21st Century
Bob Woodward, journalist and author
Oliver North, author and radio host
Charlton Heston, actor and NRA President
Howard Zinn, author and historian
Ben Stein, media icon and TV host
Greta Van Susteren, legal analyst, TV host
Lani Guinier, civil rights activist and Harvard Law Professor
Russ Feingold, United States Senator from Wisconsin

2000 Unfinished Business: Addressing Race, Class and Gender at the Turn of the Millennium
Lee Mun Wah, community therapist, filmmaker
Bell Hooks, feminist scholar, poet, social critic
Bill Lann Lee, Assistant US Attorney General for Civil Rights
Martin O'Malley, Mayor of Baltimore City
Alan Keyes, former Republican Presidential Candidate
Phyllis Schlafly, President of Eagle Forum
Eleanor Smeal, President of Feminist Majority Foundation
Spike Lee, film director and producer
Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, former professional boxer, falsely convicted of murder
Dr. David Satcher, Surgeon General of the United States, Assistant Secretary for Health
John Sweeney, President of the AFL-CIO

1999 Redefining the Role of the Media
Dr. Drew Pinsky, co-host of Loveline
Nadine Strossen, president of the American Civil Liberties Union
Jack Thompson, medical malpractice attorney, advocate for more responsible American entertainment
Oliver Stone, Academy Award-winning American screenwriter and filmmaker
Phoebe Eng, author of Warrior Lessons: An Asian American Woman's Journey Into Power, co-founding publisher of A. Magazine
Noah Wylie, Alex Kingston, Eric LaSalle and Laura Innes, ER cast members

1998 Who Are We? A Question of National Identity
Kweisi Mfume, President & CEO, NAACP
Patricia Ireland, President, NOW
Jerry Springer, Talk-show host, former mayor of Cincinnati
Honorable Antonin Scalia, Supreme Court justice
Patrick Buchanan, Presidential candidate, Crossfire co-host
James Carville, Democratic campaign strategist

1997 In God We Trust? America's Response to the Rise of Religion
Alan Dershowitz, Professor, Harvard Law School; author, recent NY Times #1 bestseller The Vanishing American Jew.
Ralph Reed, Former Executive Director of Christian Coalition
The Rev. Oliver Thomas, Special Counsel, National Council of Churches
Mark Chopko, General Counsel, United States Catholic Conference
Rabbi David Saperstein, Director, Religious Action Center
Steve McFarland, Director, Center for Law and Religious Freedom
Barry Fisher, former Chair, American Bar Association, Religious Freedom Subcommittee
Nadine Strossen, President of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU); professor NYU Law School.
Michael Dukakis, 1988 Democratic nominee for President; Former Governor of Massachusetts
Jesse Jackson, President and CEO of The National Rainbow Coalition.
Judith Johnson, Deputy Assistant U.S. Secretary of Education, elementary and secondary schools

1996 Defining Generation X
Alison Stewart, MTV News journalist
Greg Louganis, Olympic gold medalist and AIDS advocate
Eric Liu, Former speechwriter for President Bill Clinton and founder of The Next Progressive
Tyra Banks, Supermodel and actress
Tom Clancy, Best-selling author
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Dr. Judy Kuriansky , Sex therapist on radio call-in show, Love Phones.
Michael Bloomberg, Founder of Bloomberg Financial Markets

1995 Framing Society: A Century of Cinema
James G. Robinson, CEO of Morgan Creek Productions; producer of True Romance, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Major League 2
Rose Troche, Writer/director of Go Fish
Molly Haskell, New York film critic and author of From Reverence to Rape
Millard Kaufman, screenwriter, Bad Day at Black Rock, Take the High Ground, Raintree Country; board member of the Writers Guild of America; creator of Mr. Magoo
Thomas Cripps, Author and history professor at Morgan State University
Larry Meistrich, Producer of Laws of Gravity and New Jersey Drive; CEO of the Shooting Gallery

1994 Without a Voice: Dilemmas of Growing Up in America
Marlin Fitzwater, White House press secretary during the Reagan and Bush administration
Jeanne White, Mother of the late Ryan White and founder of the Ryan White AIDS Foundation
William Durden, Director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY)
Joe Clark, Former principal and controversial reformer in New Jersey public high schools
Stephanie Coontz, Author of The Way We Never Were
Marcia Robinson-Lowry, Director of the children's rights division of the American

1993

1992 America in Decline: Crisis or Illusion?
Dr. Charles Doran, Director of international relations, School of Advanced International Hopkins University
Dr. Alan Keyes, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Maryland
Ed Koch, Former mayor of New York
Kris Parker (KRS One), Rap singer
Dr. Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Pulitzer Prize-winning historian
The Hon. Patricia Schroeder, Congresswoman, U.S. House of Representatives

1991 Censorship and the First Amendment
Alan Dershowitz, Author, Attorney, Professor, Harvard Law School
Barbara Ehrenreich, Social Critic and Essayist
John Frohnmayer, Chairman, National Endowment for the Arts
Robert O'Neil, Former president, University of Virginia; Founding Director, Thomas Jefferson the
Protection of Free Expression
Sydney Schanberg, Former Foreign Correspondent and Columnist, New York Times
Kurt Vonnegut, Author

1990 Dreams Deferred; Perspectives on Race Relations
Maya Angelou, poet
Taylor Branch, author
Bill Chong, president, Asian Americans for Equality
Susan Estrich, University of Southern California
Jack Germond, Baltimore Sun
Spike Lee, director
James Meredith, special assistant to Senator Jesse Helms (R-NC)
Eleanor Holmes Norton, Georgetown University
Ed Rollins, National Republican Congressional Committee
Juan Williams, journalist, Washington Post

1989 Education on the Edge; The Crisis of the American University
Allan Bloom, author, The Closing of the American Mind
Lauro Cavazos, U.S. Secretary of Education
Henry Louis Gates, Professor of Literature, Cornell University
Michael Moffatt, author, Coming of Age in New Jersey
Charles Sykes, author ProfScam: Professors and the Demise of Higher Education

1988 Debt and Deficit; What Price for the Future
The Hon. John Anderson, U.S. House of Representatives, independent candidate for President
Dr. Werner Baer, Professor of Economics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Dr. Carl Christ, Abram Hutzler Professor of Economics, The Johns Hopkins University
Dr. Michael Darby, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Affairs
Dr. Robert Eisner, William R. Kenan Professor of Economics, Northwestern University
Pedro-Pablo Kuczynski, chairman, First Boston International; former Minister of Energy and
Elliot Richardson, former Secretary of Defense; former Asst Secretary of State; former General
David Stockman, former director, Office of Management and Budget
Dr. Lester Thurow, dean, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1987 The Role of the American Media; Has Free Press Gone Too Far?
The Hon. Robert C. McFarlane, former national security advisor
Dr. Michael Parenti, author, Inventing Reality: The Politics of Mass Media
George F. Will, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist
Dr. Carry Wills, Henry R. Luce Professor of American Culture and Public Policy, Northwestern University, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, syndicated columnist

1986 Religion and Politics; The Separation of Church and State
Shaul Bakhash, George Mason University
Cardinal John O'Connor, archbishop of New York
Yoram Perri, visiting scholar, Harvard University
Rev. Marion G. "Pat" Robertson, television evangelist
Rabbi Alexander Schindler, leader of the Jewish community

1985 Arms Control; Strategy and Diplomacy
Gen. James Abrahamson, director, Strategic Defense Initiative Program
The Hon. George McGovern, U.S. senator
Lt. Gen. Edward Rowny, chief negotiator, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
The Hon. James Schlessinger, former secretary of defense, former chairman, Atomic Energy Commission, former secretary of energy
Dr. Dimitri Simes, senior associate, Carnegie Endowment for Peace
Strobe Talbott, Washington bureau chief, Time
The Hon. Paul Warnke, ambassador; chief U.S. negotiator for SALT II; former director, Arms Grtd and Disarmament Agency; former assistant secretary of defense
The Hon. Hain Xu, Chinese ambassador to the United States

1984 Terrorism; Implications for a Free Society
Hodding Carter, former asst secretary of state for public affairs, spokesman for the Department of State
Robert B. Oakley, director, State Department Office of Counter-terrorism and Emergency Planning
Admiral Stansfield Turner, former director, CIA; former president, Naval War College

1983 The Dynamics of Foreign Policy; Is the United States Compromising a Delicate Balance?
Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski, former National Security Advisor
The Hon. Sol M. Linowitz, ambassador
Dr. Galo Plaza, former Pres. Republic of Ecuador, former secretary general Organization of Anaiai States
The Hon. Walter J. Stoessel, former ambassador and under secretary of state

1982 Directions in the American Media; A Look to Tomorrow
Jack Anderson, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and Washington editor of Parade magazine
George Cunningham, executive director, Americans for Common Sense
Fred Friendly, former president, CBS News; Edward R. Murrow professor emeritus of broadcast journalism, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
Loretta Long, actress, Sesame Street
Reg Murphy, president, A.S. Abell Publishing Co.
Cal Thomas, vice president and national spokesman for the Moral Majority

1981 America and the Immigrant Experience
Dr. Jorge Bustamante, director, Border Studies Program, El Colegio de Mexico
Roger Conner, executive director, Federation for American Immigration Reform
Dr. Lawrence Fuchs, Jaffe Professor of American Civilization and Politics, Chairman, Department of American Studies, Brandeis University
Dr. Nathan Glazer, professor of education and sociology, Harvard University
Dr. Theodore Hesburgh, president, University of Notre Dame
Jerzy Kosinski, author, winner of the National Book Award for Steps
Dr. Francis Hsu, director, Center for Cultural Studies in Education, University of San Francisco
Michael Novak, resident scholar, American Free Enterprise Institute
The Hon. Victor Palmieri, ambassador-at-large, U.S. Coordinator for Refugee Affairs
Dr. Orlando Patterson, professor of sociology, Harvard University
Bayard Rustin, president, A. Philip Randolph Institute
Dr. Stephan Thernstrom, professor of history, Harvard University
Monsignor Bryan O. Walsh, archdiocesan director, Catholic Charities, Miami

1980 The Crisis of the American Spirit; An Evaluation of Our Times
John B. Anderson, congressman, independent presidential candidate
Dr. Robert Coles, research psychiatrist, Harvard University Health Services
Henry S. Commager, historian, author
Alfred Kahn, special advisor to the President; chairman, Council on Wage and Price Stability
Dr. Steven Muller, president, The Johns Hopkins University
Norman Vincent Peale, clergyman, author, The Power of Positive Thinking
Dr. Julius Richmond, Surgeon General of the United States
Ben J. Wattenberg, narrator, PBS's In Search of the Real America

1979 The Direction of Technology; Choosing Tomorrow
Dr. Erwin Chargaff, professor emeritus, biochemistry, Columbia University
Dr. Edward David, president, Exxon Research and Engineering Company
Ralph Nader, consumer advocate
Vance Packard, social critic
Dr. Gerard Piel, founder and editor, Scientific American
Dr. Norman C. Rasmussen, department head, nuclear engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; former director, Reactor Safety Study, Atomic Energy Commission
Dr. Leonard Silk, economist, financial writer for the New York Times
Dr. Joseph Weizenbaum, professor, computer science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Gene Youngblood, media theorist and critic

1978 Retrospective on the 1960s
The Rev. Ralph Abernethy, civil rights leader, president, Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Frances Fitzgerald, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Fire in the Lake
Betty Friedan, feminist leader and author of The Feminine Mystique
David Halberstam, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Best and the Brightest
Tom Hayden, former national secretary, Students for a Democratic Society
Eugene McCarthy, former U.S. Senator; presidential candidate
Norman Podhoretz, editor-in-chief, Commentary; author, Making It
George Reedy, press secretary under President Johnson
I. F. Stone, editor, I.F. Stone's Weekly

1977 Television and Society; The World in 21 Inches
Jim Bouton, former New York Yankees pitcher; CBS News sportscaster
Phil Donahue, nationally syndicated talk show host
David Feldman, former professor of popular culture, University of Maryland; daytime programming consultant, ABC
Dr. George Gerbner, dean, Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania
The Hon. Gary Hart, U.S. Senator, Colorado
John Maher, senior vice president, J. Walter Thompson Advertising Company
Dr. Marshall McLuhan, professor, University of Toronto, author, Understanding the Media: The Extensions of Man
Ruth Warrick, actress and star of All My Children TV series
J. Kelson Weber, vice president and regional manager, A. C. Nielson Company, Inc.
Margita E. White, commissioner, Federal Communications Commission

1976 The Question of Freedom
The Hon. Yvonne Brathwaite Burke, congresswoman, 28th district, California
Dr. Noam Chomsky, professor of linguistics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Michael Harrington, national chair, Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee
Dr. Rollo May, existential psychologist
Lewis Thomas, M.D., president, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

1975 The Pen as the Sword; The Dynamics of the Written Media
Shana Alexander, journalist and commentator, CBS 60 Minutes
Russell Baker, nationally-syndicated columnist
Carl Bernstein, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Washington Post
The Hon. Julian Bond, senator, Georgia State Legislature
Patrick Buchanan, former speech-writer for President Nixon and columnist, St. Louis Globe Democrat
David Halberstam, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, New York Times
Seymour Hersh, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, New York Times
Stan Lee, editor and publisher, Marvel Comics Group
Patrick Oliphant, Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist, Washington Star News
Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, editor, national affairs desk, Rolling Stone Magazine

1974 New Perpsectives on Human Sexuality
Howard Brown, M.D., chair, National Gay Task Force, professor of public administration and professor of social medicine, New York University School of Medicine
Mary Calderone, M.D., co-founder and director, Sex Information and Education Council of the U.S.
Dr. Susan G. Doering, sociologist, The Johns Hopkins University
Margaret J. Gates, co-director, Center for Women Policy Studies
Nat Lehrman, Oui magazine
Dr. Edward Lucie-Smith, art historian, author, Eroticism in Western Art
Dr. Eleanor Maccoby, professor of psychology, Stanford University
William H. Masters, M.D., and Virginia E. Johnson, authors and researchers on human sexual physiology
Dr. Kate Millett, author, Sexual Politics, Flying
Dr. John Money, professor, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Dr. Ashley Montagu, anthropologist, social biologist, professor, Princeton University
Dr. Frank W. Notestein, president emeritus, Population Concil, director, Office of Population Research, Princeton University
David Preller, president, and Mary Avara, secretary, Maryland State Board of Censors
Leo Rangell, M.D., psychoanalyst
Joseph S. Ruben, director of research, Playboy Enterprises
Rev. Leon Smith, Ed.D., director, Marriage and Family Ministry, United Methodist Church
Tom Sweeney, Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

1973 Living with Change
Dr. Isaac Asimov, author
Kenneth Boulding, economist, Institute of Behavioral Sciences, University of Colorado
Dr. Barry Commoner, biologist, Washington University
Dr. Harvey Cox, theologian, professor of divinity, Harvard University
Dr. R. Buckminster Fuller, architect, mathematician, designer, philosopher
Dr. T. A. Lambo, Njgerian neuropsychiatrist, assistant director general, World Health Organization
Dr. Frank Manuel, historian, author, professor of history, New York University
The Hon. Charles Percy, senator
Dr. Alberta Siegal, psychologist, Stanford University

1972 Creativity: The Moving Force of Society?
Clive Barnes, dance and drama critic, New York Times
Aaron Copland, composer, conductor
Dr. Robert Creeley, poet, professor of English, State University of New York, Buffalo
Dr. Charles Gillispie, assistant professor, History of Science, Princeton University
Dr. Nathan Glazer, sociologist, graduate school of education, Harvard University
Dr. Jean Piaget, psychologist, author, The Nature of Creativity
Moshe Safdie, architect, designer of Habitat (Expo '67)
The Right Hon. C. P. Snow, author, The Role of Creativity in Public Life
Carry Wills, classicist, columnist, author of Nixon Agonistes

1971 The United States and the Soviet Union; The Dilemmas of Power
Dr. G. A. Arbatov, director, Institute of the USA Academy of Sciences, USSR
Dr. Richard J. Barnet, co-director, Institute for Policy Studies
Dr. Herbert S. Dinerstein, professor of Soviet studies, School of Advanced International Studies
Dr. John Kenneth Galbraith, Professor of Economics, Harvard University
Lt. Gen. James M. Gavin, U.S. Army (ret.), former ambassador to France
The Hon. W. Averell Harriman, former U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union
Dr. Samuel P. Huntington, professor of government, Harvard University
Dr. Klaus Knorr, professor of international affairs, Princeton University
The Hon. Mike Mansfield, majority leader, U.S. Senate
V. A. Matveyev, associate editor and chief political analyst for Izvestia
Dr. Richard M. Pfeffer, assistant professor, political science, The Johns Hopkins University
Harrison E. Salisbury, assistant managing editor, New York Times
The Hon. Joseph J. Sisco, assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs
William Appleman Williams, professor of history, Oregon State University

1970 Perspectives on Violence
David Brinkley, NBC News
The Hon. Ramsey Clark, former attorney general of the United States
Dr. Henry Steele Commager, Winthrop H. Smith Professor, American History, Amherst College
Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, chairman, National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence
The Hon. Gerald R. Ford, minority leader, U.S. House of Representatives
Dr. Jerome D. Frank, Professor of Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Dr. Charles Frankel, Professor of Philosophy and Public Affairs, Columbia University
John W. Gardner, chairman, National Urban Coalition
Judge A. Leon Higginbotham, vice chairman, National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence
Herbert G. Klein, director of communications for the executive branch
Quinn Tamm, executive director, International Association of Chiefs of Police
The Hon. Earl Warren, Chief Justice of the United States (ret.)
Dr. Howard Zinn, Professor of Government, Boston University

1969 The United States in the 1970s; Arms Race or Arms Control?
Dr. Donald G. Brennan, Hudson Institute
Dr. Alvin J. Cottrell, Georgetown University
Mr. L. Berkley Davis, Vice President for Defense Sales, General Electric
Seymour M. Hersh, author, Chemical and Biological Warfare: America's Hidden Arsenal
Congressman Richard D. McCarthy
Senator George S. McGovern
Dr. Hans J. Morgenthau, University of Chicago
Congressman Otis G. Pike
Marcus G. Raskin, co-director, Institute for Policy Studies
Dr. George W. Rathjens, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dr. Leonard S. Rodberg, University of Maryland
Dr. Robert L. Rothstein, The Johns Hopkins University
Col. Norman I. Shapira, U.S. Army (ret.)
Senator John C. Stennis
Dr. George Wald, professor, biology, Harvard University; 1967 Nobel Prize in physiology and medicine

1968 Revolution in Latin America
Edward Boorstein, author, The Economic Transformation of Cuba
Dr. David Butler, assistant professor, political science, The Johns Hopkins University
The Hon. Alberto Lleras Camargo, former president, Colombia
Dr. John Dreier, professor, School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University
Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, special ambassador, Latin American Affairs, former president, The Johns Hopkins University
The Hon. Jose Figueres, former president, Costa Rica
The Hon. Hector Garcia Godoy, Dominican Republic ambassador to the United States
Dr. Lincoln Gordon, president, The Johns Hopkins University, former Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs
The Hon. Galo Plaza Lasso, secretary general, Organization of American States
The Hon. Sol M. Linowitz, U.S. ambassador to the Organization of American States
Abraham Lowenthal, research fellow, Brookings Institution
The Hon. Thomas Mann, former U.S. ambassador to Mexico
The Hon. Luis Munoz Marin, senator, former governor of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
Herminio Portell-Vila, editor, Radio Free Americas, American Security Council

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