Robin Bourne's address on violence and political authority. Bourne discusses the need for security measures in today's society in order to cope with escalating violence. He outlines efoorts to deal with international terrorism and emphasizes the co-operative effort is vital to success. He points out the conflict between the need for security and the need to respect individual rights in a democracy. Concludes that public trust is essential and must be increased by increasing public awareness of the problems. Side One: Introduction; J.A. Corry talks about the Dunning Lectues in general and the current topic; introduction of Bourne; Bourne's address (continued on side 2). Side Two: Bourne's address (continued from side 1), questions from audience (continued on sr205).