|January 7||ALAIN ENTHOVEN,
Marriner S. Eccles Professor of Public and Private Management, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
The U.S. Health Care System: A Paradox of Excess and Deprivation.
|January 21||SMADAR LAVIE,
Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of California at Davis, author of The Poetics of Military Occupation
Arab Deserts, American Dollars, and Jewish Diasporas: Notes on the Bedouin as Israeli Colonialist Allegory.
|February 4||LESLIE LIPSON,
Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley
Britain after Thatcher.
|February 18||TOMMY FULCHER, Jr.,
Executive Director, Economic and Social Opportunities, Inc., San Jose
Being Black in America Today.
|March 3||COL. CHUCK SCOTT,
former Iranian hostage and Middle East consultant
Thriving on Adversity
|March 17||GEORGE ROCHE,
President, Hilisdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan
Heartland America in the 1990s.
|April 7||MOLLY MCGINN,
International Projects Specialist, United Airlines GARY WINTZ,
travel writer, lecturer, photographer
Tibet and the World of the Dalai Lama.
|April 21||PAUL BERG,
Nobel laureate, Professor of Biochemistry, Stanford University
Genes and Disease.
|May 5||J. CRAIG FONG,
civil rights attorney with the Los Angeles County Bar Association
Setting Immigration Priorities for the 90s.
|May 19||CHRISTOPHER MATTHEWS,
Washington Bureau Chief, San Francisco Examiner
Politics of 1992.
|June 2||HELEN THAYER,
All American athlete, explorer
Skiing to the Top of the World.