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TOMORROW: Former V.P. Walter Mondale Speaks at UMD

Royal D. Alworth, Jr. Annual Memorial Lecture 2008

“Foreign Policy Development and Presidential Candidates”
Presented by Former Vice President Walter F. Mondale
Thursday, January 31, 2008
1:30 p.m. in the Weber Music Hall, UMD

Overflow seating in the Singer Room
Free and open to the public!
Free reception following lecture

Chancellor Kathryn A. Martin and the Royal D. Alworth, Jr. Institute for International Studies proudly present a lecture by former U.S. Vice President and U.S. Senator Walter F. Mondale on Thursday, January 31 at 1:30 p.m. in the UMD Weber Music Hall. Mondale's speech, titled "Foreign Policy Development and Presidential Candidates", is the Royal D. Alworth, Jr. Annual Memorial Lecture 2008.

Walter Mondale, drawing upon his vast political experience, will explore the foreign policy problems that the United States is experiencing in a turbulent world. Reviewing the pluses and minuses of working alone versus working with others, Mondale will evaluate the foreign policy stance taken by leading contenders in the race for the presidential nominations. More information about Walter Mondale can be found at the UMD News webpage, http://www.d.umn.edu/news/2008/January/08-A.html.

There is also an article about the lecture in today's DNT.



Good point! I'm certain Walter Mondale's speech will lack incessant Lew Latto references and the fecal humor that would be necessary for a good time.

Ouch. Burn.

He's endorsing Clinton.

Is this going to be posted on YouTube, Purple?

Well, Clinton may have gotten the Mondale endorsement but I just read that Obama got the coveted Hulk Hogan endorsement.

Get ready for President Obama!

Once I receive the video, It will be uploaded on the Alworth Institute website. The audio will also be broadcast on KUMD soon; I'll post the "when" when it's confirmed.

I would love to hear the comments/criticisms from those who attended the event.

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