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The right to criticize government is also an obligation to know what you are talking about. 
-Lent Upson, 1st Executive Director of CRC  


CRC Annual Meeting Speeches

1998 Misc., "

1997
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"Consumer Protection and Quality in Health Care," Gail L. Warden, President and CEO of Henry Ford Health System, Addresses the Citizens Research Council ( November 97 ) 4 pages [74,055 bytes]

1996

1995
Misc., "A Program of Change" The Governor Addresses the Citizens Research Council ( October 95 ) 8 pages

1994
"The New Global Competition: It Begins At Home," comments by Allan D. Gilmour, Vice Chairman, Ford Motor Company at the 1994 Annual Meeting. ( September 94 ) 11 pages

1992
"Coming Back to America," comments by Robert J. Eaton, Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer, Chrysler Corporation at the Annual Meeting. ( September 92 ) 12 pages

1990
Misc., Comments by Harold A. Poling, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Ford Motor Company at the Annual Meeting. ( September 90 ) 9 pages

1989

Misc., “Michigan at the Crossroads,” comments by James J. Duderstadt, President, The University of Michigan, at the Annual Meeting. ( September 89 ) 12 pages

1987

Misc., “Some Observations on Government by the People,” comments by Richard C. Van Dusen, Chairman, Dickenson, Wright, Moon, Van Dusen & Freeman at the Annual Meeting. ( September 87 ) 15 pages

1983

Misc., “Business and the Press: Understanding the Relationship,” Lionel Linder, Detroit News, Remarks at 1983 Annual Meeting ( September 83 ) --- pages

 

 

 

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