John F. Kennedy: The Promise Revisited

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FOURTH ANNUAL PRESIDENTIAL CONFERENCE
JOHN F. KENNEDY

The Promise Revisited March 28-30, 1985
JAMES M. SHUARTPresident
PAUL F. HARPERConference Director
Chair, Department of Political Science
HERBERT D. ROSENBAUMDeputy Director
JOSEPH G. ASTMAN Hofstra University
Cultural Center Director
NATALIE DATLOF
ALEXEJ UGRINSKY
Assistant Directors &
Conference Coordinators
Hofstra University Kennedy Conference Committee: Faculty Members
BRUCE ADKINSON
Political Science
MARK L. LANDIS
Political Science
SONDRA RUBENSTEIN
Communication Arts
SHERI DAVID
History
WILLIAM F. LEVANTROSSER
Political Science
ERIC J. SILVERMAN
Law
BERNARD J. FIRESTONE
Political Science
HARVEY J. LEVIN
Economics
RONALD H. SILVERMAN
Law
LOUIS KERN
History
LINDA LONGMIRE
Political Science
LINTON S. THORN
History
HAROLD A. KLEIN
University Relations
STUART RABINOWITZ
Law
LYNN TURGEON
Economics
JOAN KRIEG
English
JOHN L. RAW LINSON
History
JOHN E. ULLMANN
Mamagement & Marketing
Hofstra University Kennedy Conference Committee: Student Members
LINDA M. ARGENTATI, Vice President, Hofstra
University Young Democrats
ANN MARIE GOLDWAITE, Political Affairs
Club
JENINE POWELL, C/SGT ROTC
SHARON BEILINSON, Political Affairs Club ANTHONY IADEVAIA, Treasurer, Political
Affairs Club
CONCETTA PUGLISI, Vice President, Student Government Association
JOHN BIRD, C/COL ROTC ALICE KERR, C/SGT ROTC KIM REINLE, Appropriations Chair, Student
Government Association
SETH BOOKEY, Treasurer, Society for Collegiate
Journalists
MARK J. KLARMAN, Secretary, Hofstra
University Young Democrats
F. LEE REYNOLDS, C/SGT ROTC
KI YOUNG CHOE, Political Affairs Club STEVEN LESTER, Vice President, Political
Affairs Club
PETER ROONEY, C/MAJ ROTC
KRISTIN COHEN, Secretary, Political Affairs
Club
WAYNE LOVELL, C/SGT ROTC ADAM ROTH, C/SGT ROTC
MARK COLABELLA, President, Student
Government Association
PATRICK H. MAHONEY, Political Affairs Club CHARLES SALERNO, Treasurer, Screaming
Dutchmen
DAVID E. COLEMAN, President, Hofstra
University Young Democrats
GREG MANGER, C/CPL ROTC MIKEL SMITH, C/CPT ROTC
KAREN CRUPI, Political Affairs Club SHERYLL MURPHY, Secretary, Screaming
Dutchmen
AMY SPINTMAN, Co-President, Screaming
Dutchmen
TONY CUMMINGS, C/CPT ROTC BETH NAGEL, Treasurer, German Club ALYCE STONE, Political Affairs Club
MCHELLE CYRE, Secretary, Student
Government Association
LISA NERY, Publicity, Screaming Dutchmen JOHN SYSAK, President, German club
LAUREN D'ADETTA, C/CPT ROTC DAVE OBEDZINSKI, Co-President, Screaming
Dutchmen
MARIA TROIA, Secretary, Society for Collegiate
journalists
DEBBIE DEGRASSI, Screaming Dutchmen JENNIFER ORR, C/SMGR ROTC MARK WERLE, Treasurer, Student Government
Association
ADAM FELLER, C/CPL ROTC DAVID E. PACCONE, Treasure, Hofstra
University Young Democrats
JANE WILLIAMS, Presedents, Political Affairs Club
SCOTT FLOOD, C/SGT ROTC JACK PARKHURST, C/CPT ROTC WILLIAM WRIGHT, President, Society for
Collegiate Journalists
FRANK J. GIOVANAZZI, Political Affairs Club
RICH GOLDSTEIN, Vice President, Screaming
Dutchmen
MARYPAT PORINCHAK, Vice President,
Society for Collegiate Journalists
STEPHEN YORK, C/CPL ROTC

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