Dwight D. Eisenhower: Soldier, President, Statesman

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THIRD ANNUAL PRESIDENTIAL CONFERENCE

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER
SOLDIER PRESIDENT STATESMAN

March 29-31, 1984

Conference Director ERIC J. SCHMERTZ
Dean, Hofstra University School of Law
Deputy Director HAROLD A. KLEIN
Hofstra University
Cultural Center Director
JOSEPH G. ASTMAN
Assistant Directors &
Conference Coordinators
NATALIE DATLOF
ALEXEJ UGRINSKY

Hofstra University Eisenhower Conference Committee: Faculty Members

BRUCE ADKINSON
Political Science
JOHN L. RAWLINSON
History
RICHARD T. BENNETT
Government Relations
HERBERT D. ROSENBAUM
Political Science
BERNARD J. FIRESTONE
Political Science
RONALD H. SILVERMAN
Law
JOHN DeWITT GREGORY
Law
LYNN TURGEON
Economics
PAUL F. HARPER
Political Science
JOHN E. ULLMANN
Management and Marketing
LOUIS KERN
History
ROBERT C. VOGT
Political Science
WILLIAM F. LEVANTROSSER
Political Science
HAROLD L. WATTEL
Economics
HARVEY J. LEVIN
Economics
JACOB WEISSMAN
Economics

Hofstra University Eisenhower Conference Committee: Student Members

ROBERT A. WILSCHEK,
Student Coordinator
GINA RICCIO
GINA MARIE CASTELLI DEBORAH ROBBINS
JIM DAGUANNO LOUIS SEPULUEDA
WALKER GLANARY HELAINE SONNENSCHEIN
DONNA GIORDONO MARK TROMPETER
TONY IADEVAIA MARK WERLE
JON KAIMAN JANE WILLIAMS
LIZABETH LYNNER EILEEN SPRINGS
Gold Key
German Club THERESA PLUNKETT, President
MICHAEL R. JAKOB, President FRANCINE GETMAN, Vice President
RONALD JUNDA, Vice President KURTIS FERTMAN, Treasurer
STEFANI DANA, Secretary ROBIN ROY, Secretary
PATRICIA BECK, Secretary BESSE ROMANO, Historian

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