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Americans are too individualistic
in their attitude toward foreign
policy, Prof. William Muehl said
S eaking on the subject "Is
There an American Way in Foreign
Policy," Prof. Muehl of the Yale
Divinity School and graduate of
the University Law School looked
to the insights of Christian faith
as a means of dealing with foreign
"In the United States we still
try to see ourselves in terms of
frontier and trapper individual-
ism," Prof. Muehl asserted. He
noted that the impact of our "cul-
tural myths" is clearly evident in
our mass media.
"We are seeking to interpret
social phenomena in terms of the
good guys and bad guys."
The American people want to
solve all their social problems by
finding a "good guy~" a "lone
ranger" or a "private eye," whom
they believe will solve everything.
Prof. Muehl pointed out four er-
roneous ways in which American
people deal with politics. "First, we
attempt to deal with politics in in-
dividualistic terms," he stated.
The Indian film "Awara" shown
last Thursday and Friday was
sponsored by the Pakistani Stu-
dents Club according to Andy
Chaudhry, president of the Inter-
national Students Association.
Second, people want a moralistic
analysis of a 'non-moral' subject
when they "demand a clear picture
of foreign policy." Further, Ameri-
can people join "artificial groups,"
and pretend they can analyze
world problems in terms of "a
small community." Third, the
American people fear dissolution
of power, ignoring the fact that
power is a result of complexities
and does not rise out of individual-1
Finally, "we substitute love for
justice. We should offer the Asia-
tice justice first and then love,"
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Roger Williams Fellowship, Refresh-
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Panel, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Rackham
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Thursday, Rackham Assembly, Consuls
from several foreign countries will be
Italian Club, Illustrated Lecture, 8
p.m., Thursday, Room 3A, Union.
Speaker: Prof. Paul Spurlin, "Roman
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10:00 A.M. to 11:30 P.M.
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