"Each morning at 11, the fellows gathered at a green, felt-covered rectangular table
equipped with microphones and tape recording equipment and commanding a spectacular
view of the sea. They then discussed a topic suggested by one of them or by an eminent
invited guest. Even the Center's critics agree that in the early years the brainpower
around that table identified and illuminated some important and complex issues."
Edwin Kiester, Jr. "A Place to Think Out Loud," Parade magazine. December 2, 1979.
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