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March 02, 1984 - Image 34

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The Michigan Daily, 1984-03-02
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Here's your chance to find out what
our policy makers know about this year's
major foreign policy issues... and to tell
them what you would do if the decisions
were in your hands.
Great Decisions '84 is a lively briefing
that lets you be a political insider. Pub-
lished by the Foreign Policy Association, a
nonpartisan educational organization, this
booklet gives you unique insight into this
year's most important issues. You'll learn
about U.S.-Soviet relations, the nuclear arms

GREAT
DECISIONS '84
Har Chs for Moso ashington
2 ETRALAMERICAMEXICO & THE U.S.
3 US. ECURIT ORLD.PEACE
Allies, Arms & Diplomac
a .PoiisInfluence Change?
5ITRNATONALDEB RISIS
6 AD RBIA&ORDAN
7 HNA&THE U.S.
RNAT AL DRUG TRAFFIC
p OpinionHBallos
Foreign Poicy Association

race, the world debt crisis, and five other
vital questions confronting our nation.
Vote by using the special opinion
ballots found in each booklet, and the
FPA will make sure our leaders know
where you stand. To order your copy of
Great Decisions '84 now, send your
check for $6.70 (includes postage and
handling) payable to Foreign Policy
Association, Dept. A, 205 Lexington
Avenue, New York, NY 10016 or call
212-481-8453 for additional information.

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