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Persevering During Lean Years

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The selection of John Lawrence Hargrove as Executive Director represented a choice for continuity rather than for change. When Hargrove took office on May 1, 1985, he had in mind two primary goals. One was to strengthen the Society's concern with the interfaces between law and policy. The other was to sustain the position of the Journal and of International Legal Materials as the pre-eminent publications in their fields. In December 1984 and 1985, the Society held conferences in New York on International Economic Cooperation: Strategies for the Eighties. The Society provided staff support and hosted a meeting of the project participants in Tillar House. The 1985 Annual Meeting was held in New York City, to commemorate the fortieth anniversary of the United Nations. In 1991-92 the Ford Foundation conducted a comprehensive evaluation of the Society and its various programs.

Keywords: Ford Foundation; International Legal Materials; John Lawrence Hargrove; Tillar House



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