American Policy Towards the Soviet Union
PETER BOYLE
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1991

Our second speaker of the semester could not be
more current. Peter Boyle, a leading scholar on
American-Soviet relations, will give his incisive insights
on the dynamic situation in the USSR and what it
means for the United States.

Dr. Boyle was born and educated in Glasgow,
Scotland. He received his Ph.D. in American studies
from the University of California at Los Angeles. He is
now professor of American studies at Nottingham
University. This year he has the honor of being a
visiting scholar at the prestigious Hoover Institute.

Dr. Boyle has edited the letters of both Winston
Churchill and Dwight D. Eisenhower. Presently, he is
completing a book on America-Soviet relations entitled
American Soviet Relations from the Bolshevik Revolution to
the Present
. Current events are moving too fast to study
in books, however; Dr. Boyle's appearance will give us
an invaluable opportunity to learn about the history
being created today.

Join us for Dr. Boyle's timely address, "American
Policy Towards the Soviet Union." Please use the
reservation form to sign up for dinner before the 7:00
talk. The question and answer period is sure to be lively
and intense, so come prepared for an exciting evening.