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Challenge to Manufacturing: A Proposal for a National Forum. (1988)

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Suggested Citation:"List of Workshop Participants." National Academy of Engineering. 1988. Challenge to Manufacturing: A Proposal for a National Forum.. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18604.
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Suggested Citation:"List of Workshop Participants." National Academy of Engineering. 1988. Challenge to Manufacturing: A Proposal for a National Forum.. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18604.
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List of Workshop Participants Morris Tanenbaum, chairman, AT&T Corporate Headquarters Martin J. Bailey, U.S. Department of State Terrence G. Beaumariage, Oklahoma State University Erich Bloch, National Science Foundation David L. Bodde, National Research Council Michael Boudin, U.S. Department of Justice Stephen S. Cohen, University of California, Berkeley W. Dale Compton, National Academy of Engineering Jacob Korngold, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Joseph Corso, Inland Steel Company Robert W. Dean, National Security Council Joseph Dintino, Honeywell, Inc. Richard E. Donnelly, U.S. Department of Defense Herbert Dwight, Jr., Spectra Physics, Inc. James Ehl, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Donna R. Fitzpatrick, U.S.Department of Energy Stuart M. Frey, Ford Motor Company Frederick W. Garry, General Electric Company Thomas Gillispie, Congressional Office of Science and Technology Policy William R. Graham, Office of Science and Technology Policy Leo E. Hanifin, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Roger Heinisch, Honeywell, Inc. Joseph Hezir, Office of Management and Budget William Isler, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Anne G. Keatley, National Research Council Frederick T. Knickerbocker, U.S. Department of Commerce George Kuper, National Research Council D. Bruce Merrifield, U.S. Department of Commerce Richard C. Messinger, Cincinnati Milacron, Inc. Joe H. Mize, Oklahoma State University J. David Morrissy, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative Mark Roberts, AFL/CIO William C. Salmon, National Academy of Engineering Laurence C. Seifert, AT&T Philip M. Smith, National Academy of Sciences Richard J. Smith, U.S. Department of State James J. Solberg, Purdue University Jacob T. Schwartz, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency William J. Spencer, Xerox Corporation M. R. Warden, Jr., E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company John A. White, Georgia Institute of Technology Robert M. White, National Academy of Engineering

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