Cover: Remarks at the Rotary Club of Beverly Hills

Remarks at the Rotary Club of Beverly Hills

Published Oct 4, 2011

by Michael D. Rich

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This paper captures a speech delivered to the Beverly Hills Rotary Club in September 2010. It covers the history of RAND and talks about a significant challenge for RAND in the future: How to carry out the mission in a world in which policy debate and civic discourse are increasingly polarized.

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