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                     RATIONAL DEBATE SERIES
                                1970-71



          SOCIAL SECURITY: UNIVERSAL OR SELECTIVE?
   Who better to explore this question than Wilbur J. Cohen, former secretary
of HEW and a principal architect of the social security system, and Milton
Friedman, noted economist and protective exponent of the free enterprise
system? Their exchanges on collective versus individual responsibility, pragma-
tism versus justice and welfare versus insurance offer debate at its best.
                                                                   $5.75

          THE ROLE OF CONGRESS IN FOREIGN POLICY
  Has the executive branch usurped the powers of Congress in foreign affairs?
If so what should be done? In a thoughtful discussion ranging from The
Federalist papers to current efforts to limit presidential discretion, two leading
United States Senators-John C. Stennis of Mississippi, chairman of the
Committee on Armed Services, and J. William Fulbright, chairman of the
Committee on Foreign Relations-present contrasting views on these timely
questions.                                                         $5.75

A JUST PEACE IN THE MIDEAST: HOW CAN IT BE ACHIEVED?
  Christopher Mayhew, a Labor member of the British Parliament, and Rabbi
Elmer Berger, a leading American anti-Zionist spokesman, support the Arab
view in this debate with Professor Allen Pollack of Yeshiva University, and
I. L. Kenen, executive vice chairman of the American Israel Public Affairs
Committee. The disagreement covers the causes of the Mideast conflict, the
measures necessary for ending it and the ingredients of a just peace.  $5.75

    CAN REGULATORY AGENCIES PROTECT THE CONSUMER?
  Both George J. Stigler, prominent spokesman of the Chicago school of eco-
nomics, and Manuel F. Cohen, former chairman of the Securities and Exchange
Commission, hold that competition protects the consumer. The issue is whether
public regulation weakens the consumer's traditional defenses in the competitive
marketplace or whether it promotes more vigorous competition consistent with
the public interest.                                               $5.75


                   American Enterprise Institute
                         Washington, D. C.

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