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First Round of Units in February - Red China Study Wind-up (Virginia Bogard)
Campaign Practices -- Urgent!!
President's Page (Mary George)
Preview of Things to Come - Continuing Responsibilities (Tosh Tasaka)
Opportunity Knocks Twice This Month (Frances McLeod)
Classified Ads - Wanted
Report of the Nominating Committee
Why a Single Slate?
New Members
Hawaii Council on Crime (Marilyn Bornhorst)
Consensus Statement as Prepared by the Local Agenda Committee (Jane Hewitt)

First Round of Units in February - Red China Study Wind-up

The Red China Study will try to define the major areas of U.S. policy for Mainland China. Policy areas in which changes have been proposed" will be discussed. Please read your FACTS AND ISSUES.

Recommended Reading "THE UNITED STATES AND CHINA IN WORLD AFFAIRS" Author; Robert Blum; Edited by A. Doak Barnett

On February 20, 219 and 22 at 8:00 P.M. there will be a documentary film on Red China shown in Dillingham Hall at Punahou School. This film is part of a series of World Adventure Tours, It has been highly praised at Mainland showings.

Virginia Bogard

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