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Beginning a Dialogue on the Changing Environment for the Physical and Mathematical Sciences: Report of a Conference Contents      Conference Synthesis Harold T. Shapiro, Princeton University   1     Commissioned Papers        The Changing World and What It Means William Ascher, Duke University   9      In Defense of Basic Research Daniel Kleppner, Massachusetts Institute of Technology   15      The Pursuit of Science in the National Interest Albert Narath, Sandia Corporation P.A. Fleury and R.J. Eagan, Sandia National Laboratories   22      What Society Will Expect from the Future Research Community Dale Jamieson, University of Colorado, Boulder   28      New Advisory Structures for New Times Charles F. Kennel, University of California, Los Angeles   35     Appendices        Conference Participants   45      Conference Agenda   48      Instructions to Small Discussion Groups   52      Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications   55

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Beginning a Dialogue on the Changing Environment for the Physical and Mathematical Sciences: Report of a Conference This page in the original is blank.