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This paper contains the texts of presentations at the RAND Graduate School's (RGS) sixth commencement exercises on November 12, 1988, in Santa Monica, California. The featured speaker was Dr. Harold Brown, Chairman of the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins Foreign Policy Institute, and former Secretary of Defense (1976-1980), who addressed "U.S.-Soviet Relations." The paper also contains remarks made at the exercises by the two recipients of the RGS honorary doctoral degree, James R. Schlesinger and Ralph W. Tyler, as well as comments by RAND President Donald B. Rice, and the Dean of the School, Charles Wolf, Jr.

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