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the coastal nation within the margins of a "boundary zone" extending oceanward from the approximate base of the slope for an internationally agreed distance (Hedberg recom- mends at least 100 kilometers-54 nautical miles). Such a boundary zone would bypass uncertainties in defining the precise location of the base of the slope and allow the final boundary to be drawn simple straight lines connecting fixed points of latitude and longitude. Hedberg suggests that the boundary concept be used...

"A Party Jack Barbash, in Challenge (MayJune
Known as COPE" 1976), 901 N. Broadway, White Plains,
N.Y. 10603.
An American labor party could have emerged from the mass unionism of the 1930s but it did not happen-and it's not going to happen. Barbash, a University of Wisconsin economist, traces early American unionism from its anti-industrial and anti-capitalist origins to the New Deal era, when labor leaders like the coal miners' John L. Lewis turned their backs on class theory and embarked...

West Germany and France to sell nuclear fuel facilities to Brazil and Pakistan may mark the collapse of American hopes for halting nuclear weapons proliferation. Why? The plants and technology required to en- rich uranium and reprocess plutonium for use as fuel in nuclear power plants can also produce material for atomic bombs.
Writing in Foreign Affairs, Senator Abraham A. Ribicoff urges the United States to persuade other nuclear exporters to control future uranium enrichment and plutonium reproc-...

Gene M.
Science and ", social
Lvons. in International science The Political System Journal (no. 1, 1976)-UNESCO, 7 Place de Fontenoy, Paris 75700.
The interplay between science and politics in the United States is an- alyzed in this essay Lyons, dean of the faculty at Dartmouth Col- lege. With the President and Congress asking scientists for advice about an increasingly technical world, the "imperatives of science" in- fluence politics. But politics influences science too-supposedly...

"A Party Jack Barbash, in Challenge (MayJune
Known as COPE" 1976), 901 N. Broadway, White Plains,
N.Y. 10603.
An American labor party could have emerged from the mass unionism of the 1930s but it did not happen-and it's not going to happen. Barbash, a University of Wisconsin economist, traces early American unionism from its anti-industrial and anti-capitalist origins to the New Deal era, when labor leaders like the coal miners' John L. Lewis turned their backs on class theory and embarked...

'Learning About Crime-The JapaneseSocial Exclusion Exnerience" bv David H.Bavley, in The In Crime Control public ~nterest(Summer 1976), 10 E.
53rd St., New York, N.Y. 10022.
In affluent, urbanized Japan, the crime rate has declined to a 25-year low, and the downward trend continues. Comparable statistics indicate there are four times as many serious crimes per capita in the United States as there are crimes (of any sort) in Japan. Even drug-related crimes, once a serious Japanese problem,...

Eugene C. Kennedy, in America Human Emerience (Mar. 27, 1976), 106 W. 56th St.,
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New York, N.Y. 10019.
Kennedy, a Catholic priest and psychologist, argues that the old au- thoritarian Catholic culture is dying and that today's priest must find the meaning of his ministry from within human experience. "A well-developed personal identity is indispensable to effective pastoral min- istry," Kennedy writes, yet many priests continue to think of them- selves "in the third person,"...

child-rearing-a constraint felt men as well as women. (Of women surveyed who had children at home, 5.3 percent had run for local public office, as against 26.1 percent with no children at home who had done so. For men it was 21.5 percent as against 38.9 percent.) Lee found women also shy away from seeking office because they see it as an inappro- priate form of political activity (as distinct from helping others win election), because they feel others (both men and women) would dis- approve, and...

'Learning About Crime-The JapaneseSocial Exclusion Exnerience" bv David H.Bavley, in The In Crime Control public ~nterest(Summer 1976), 10 E.
53rd St., New York, N.Y. 10022.
In affluent, urbanized Japan, the crime rate has declined to a 25-year low, and the downward trend continues. Comparable statistics indicate there are four times as many serious crimes per capita in the United States as there are crimes (of any sort) in Japan. Even drug-related crimes, once a serious Japanese problem,...

Eugene C. Kennedy, in America Human Emerience (Mar. 27, 1976), 106 W. 56th St.,
L
New York, N.Y. 10019.
Kennedy, a Catholic priest and psychologist, argues that the old au- thoritarian Catholic culture is dying and that today's priest must find the meaning of his ministry from within human experience. "A well-developed personal identity is indispensable to effective pastoral min- istry," Kennedy writes, yet many priests continue to think of them- selves "in the third person,"...

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