The Role of the Foundation in American Life

The Role of the Foundation in American Life

The Role of the Foundation in American Life

The Role of the Foundation in American Life

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Dr. Dean Rusk delivered two lectures in The Claremont Colleges Annual Lecture Series on November 9 and 10, 1960, the first and second days after the Presidential election. Hardly a month later he was named Secretary of State in President Kennedy's cabinet.

We at Claremont felt indeed fortunate to have had among us this man, on whose decisions so much of our future depends, for a leisurely forty-eight hours of interchanging ideas. It was truly an experience none of us shall soon forget.

The first lecture was delivered at the California Club in Los Angeles at a dinner meeting of the Friends of The Claremont Colleges. The second took place the following day at a joint convocation of the five Colleges at Claremont, thirty-five miles east of Los Angeles.

The latter lecture was also the keynote address of a Conference of Foundations held at Claremont . . .

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