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AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE SPONSORS 'U.S. PERSPECTIVES: ELECTION '92' (Revised as of Oct. 29)

AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE SPONSORS 'U.S. PERSPECTIVES: ELECTION '92'
 (Revised as of Oct. 29)
 EVENT: How do overseas investment professionals controlling millions of dollars view the U.S. elections and their impact on the securities markets? How do major U.S. political, financial, economic and media figures see the short- and long-term implications? Find out first hand at "U.S. Perspectives: Election '92," an international conference sponsored by the American Stock Exchange; Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette Securities Corporation; Merrill Lynch and Co., Inc.; and Smith Barney Inc.
 Three hundred institutional investors from Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America to gather in Washington for an analysis of the presidential vote and its impact on economic growth, military policy, the environment, global trends and health care. Commentary by leading figures from government and the private sector.
 Sen. John Rockefeller (D-W.V.), Theodore Sorensen added to conference speaker agenda.
 WHEN: Nov. 3-4
 WHERE: Mayflower Hotel, 1127 Connecticut Ave. N.W., Washington
 AGENDA: Tuesday, Nov. 3 (Election Day)
 7:45 a.m. Breakfast (State Room)
 Introductory Remarks
 Amex Chairman James R. Jones
 Election Preview
 David R. Gergen, political commentator
 and conference moderator
 Michael Kinsley,
 editor, The New Republic
 9 a.m. Conference Sessions (Ballroom)
 Financing the Future
 L. William Seidman, former chairman
 Resolution Trust Corporation and
 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
 9:45 a.m. Election Day Predictions
 Peter D. Hart, public opinion analyst
 10:15 a.m. Business and the Environment
 F. Henry Habicht II, deputy administrator,
 Environmental Protection Agency
 Jessica T. Mathews, vice president,
 World Resources Institute
 11:15 a.m. The Economics of Breaking America's Armed Forces
 Gen. Colin L. Powell, chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
 12:30 p.m. Luncheon Remarks (State Room)
 Dr. Marvin Cetron,
 president, Forecasting International
 2 p.m. Conference Sessions (Ballroom)
 The American Economy: Challenges and Opportunities
 Michael J. Boskin, chairman,
 Council of Economic Advisers
 2:45 p.m. Defense in the Nineties
 Dick Cheney
 Secretary of Defense
 3 p.m. Reflections on a Presidency
 Theodore C. Sorensen, former special counsel to
 President John F. Kennedy
 3:30 p.m. Economic Intelligence: The New Game for Spies
 William E. Colby, former director,
 Central Intelligence Agency
 4 p.m. A View From the Senate
 Sen. John D. Rockefeller IV
 Wednesday, Nov. 4
 8 a.m. Breakfast Remarks (State Room)
 Barber B. Conable Jr.,
 former president, World Bank Group
 9 a.m. Conference Sessions (Ballroom)
 Post-Election Analysis
 Ben J. Wattenberg, author, syndicated columnist
 and senior editor, The American Enterprise
 9:45 a.m. The Global Economy: Trends and Forecasts
 Martin S. Feldstein, president,
 National Bureau of Economic Research
 10:30 a.m. A Washington Perspective
 Ann Compton, moderator
 ABC News White House correspondent
 Rae F. Evans, vice president,
 national affairs, Hallmark Cards, Inc.
 Gail L. Harrison, senior vice president
 The Wexler Group
 Mary Jo Jacobi,
 assistant secretary of commerce
 11:15 a.m. Moving Toward Global Markets
 Richard C. Breeden, chairman,
 Securities and Exchange Commission
 12:30 p.m. Luncheon Remarks (State Room)
 Jack Kemp, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
 2 p.m. Conference Sessions (Ballroom)
 The Health Care Debate
 Stuart M. Butler, vice president,
 The Heritage Foundation
 Heather Gradison, co-director,
 Health Policy Studies Program,
 American Enterprise Institute
 Deborah Steelman, former chairperson,
 Quadrennial Advisory Council on Social Security
 3 p.m. What Business Should Expect from the Election
 Malcolm S. Forbes Jr,
 editor-in-chief, Forbes Magazine
 Norman Pearlstine, former executive editor,
 The Wall Street Journal
 3:45 p.m. Conference Summary
 David R. Gergen
 NOTE: The press is invited to attend all sessions. A press registration table will be set up outside the Ballroom. Please note that this schedule is subject to change and will be updated as changes occur.
 Television camera crews may begin setting up each day at 6 a.m. for the breakfast and morning sessions, and at 10 a.m. for the luncheon and afternoon programs.
 CONTACT: Bob Shabazian, 212-306-1630, Carey North, 212-306-1662, or Paul Nobile, 212-306-2028; or beginning Nov. 2 at the Mayflower Hotel, 202-466-9369 or 202-347-3000, all of the American Stock Exchange.
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