Lorin Maazel, conductor and music director of the Cleveland Orchestra, speaks about the influence of music and music-makers in contemporary society.
Congressman Walter E. Fauntroy, Chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, discusses what he terms a "compassionate and constructive alternative" to politics as usual.
Dr. Helen Caldicott, Founder and President of Physicians for Social Responsibility, speaks on the medical implications of Nuclear War.
Raymond Robinson of the Canadian Environmental Protection Service speaks on the continental challenges of acid rain.
George H. W. Bush, former congressman, ambassador, and Director of the CIA speaks to the City Club as a candidate for Republican Presidential nominee in the 1980 election.