Conspectus Peace and Power in Central America WAYNE S. SMITH, Smith is adjunct professor of Latin American studies at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and is the author of "The Closest of Enemies" (W.W. Norton)--an account of U.S.-Cuban relations since 1957.
The Mob And The Movies RICHARD L. OLSEN, The author compiled information for this article from court records, Congressional hearings, trade publications, news reports, magazines and books of the time, as well as records of union meeting proceedings. Before military service in World War II, he was a clerk for the Hays Office and the Assn. of Motion Picture Producers. After the war he worked in the aerospace industry and is currently researching and writing a book on labor problems in the motion picture industry during the '30s and '40s
The Meaning of Jefferson's Declaration Henry Steele Commager, Henry Steele Commager, Simpson Lecturer at Amherst College, is co-editor of "The Spirit of 76" and author of many other books on American history
Going on the Defensive to Denuclearize Europe Anders Boserup and Robert Nield, Anders Boserup, an associate professor of scientific theory at the University of Copenhagen, is a senior researcher at the university's Center for Peace and Conflict Research . Robert Nield, professor emeritus of economics at Cambridge University, is a praelector in strategic studies at Trinity College
HENRY KISSINGER : Latin Growth, Not Debt, Is the Question T hree Brazilian journalists--Oliveiros S. Ferreira, Robert Appy and Celso Ming of O Estado and William Waack of Jornal Do Brasil--recently interviewed former Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Following are excerpts: