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Bulletin of Municipal Foreign Policy - Winter 1986-1987

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INDEXA Message from the Editor/1GeneralWhy Cities Are Entering International Affairs: An Overview/3Mayor Tom Bradley Urges Cities to Enter Foreign Affairs/5Wall Street Journal Blasts Municipal Activism/7Mayor Koch's Response: We Need More Anti-Apartheid Measures/9Business Professor's Response: Local/Federal OverlapsInevitable/10CID's Response: City Policies Unstoppable/10European Leaders Urge City Assistance to the Third World/12Local ActionsWhat Cities Are Doing: An Overview/13Educational MeasuresCambridge Peace Commission Gets Funding for PeaceCurriculum/16New Haven Temporarily Renames Street for Bishop Tutu/16Saint Paul to Educate Citizens on How to Prevent NuclearWar/16Nonbinding Resolutions176 Jurisdictions Now Support A Comprehensive Test Ban/17New Haven Resolutions on South Africa, Arms Race, andIreland/19Saint Paul's Resolution on Central America/19LobbyingAnti-GWEN Efforts Convince Congress to Slash Program/20Oregon Health Division Sending Gorbachev Chernobyl Bill/20Policing MeasuresSeattle Voters Rescind "City of Refuge" Status/21

Selective Zoning7 Nuclear Free Zones Win in November Elections/22Now 131 Nuclear Free Zones/25New Zealand Ambassador Lauds Local Initiatives/26Highlight of 1986: Chicago's Nuclear Free Zone/27Cambridge Releases Draft Study on EconomicDiversification/28Selective Investing and Contracting85 Local Juriscations Divesting from South Africa/29Anti-Apartheid Selective Purchasing Measures Under Attack/31California League of Cities Promoting Anti-ApartheidMeasures/31Cultural RelationshipsGainesville's Soviet-American Sister City Program/32Ten New Soviet-American Sister Cities Approved/33Soviet Spokesman Urges More Soviet-American Twinning/34Irvine Mayor Greets Nicaraguan Baseball Team/35Political RelationshipsAnn Arbor Travels to Juigalpa, Nicaragua/36Economic RelationshipsSan Francisco's Mayor Feinstein Visits Shanghai/36Burgeoning European Movement of Cities Helping ThirdWorld/37New British Group Links Cities with Third World/37Municipal State DepartmentsSeattle Establishes Office of International Affairs/38Global Organizations of CitiesReport from World's Cities in Hiroshima and Nagasaki/39Journals/43Reports/43New Books/43

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