II. NUCLEAR SAFETY: THE CHERNOBYL WARNING *Dennis Ross, Ph.D., Executive Director, Berkeley-Stanford Program on Soviet International Behavior. *Mark Luftig, Vice President / Utility Analyst, Salomon Brothers, Inc, New York, NY.
III.PHOTOGRAPHY: AMERICA POSES *Spencer Reiss, Assignment Chief, A Day in the Life of America; Newsweek General Editor.
V. THE TOKYO SUMMIT: TERRORISM AND THE ECONOMY *Eric Gelman, Newsweek Business writer *Robert D. Hormats, Vice President of Goldman Sachs and Company; Former Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs.
VI. INSURANCE CRISIS: MYTH OR REALITY *Bill Powell, Newsweek Business Writer *Sol Schreiber, Attorney, Milberg Weiss Bershad, New York, NY; specializes in Mass Tort cases, and was formerly a U.S. Magistrate.
VII. OPEN ADOPTION: WEIGHING THE PROS AND CONS *Barbara Kantrowitz, Newsweek General Editor *Richard Zeilinger, Executive Director of the Children's Bureau of New Orleans.
VIII. TRIVIAL ANSWERS
Show Date: May 4, 1986 Co-Anchors: David Alpern & Warren Levinson Co-Producers: Gerard Armorer & Marsha Schrager
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