"Council Wants to Change Way Dallas Relates to the World"
By ROBERT MILLER / The Dallas Morning News
The world and Dallas have changed radically in the 50 years since industrialist H. Neil Mallon founded the Dallas Council on World Affairs.
So it should come as no surprise that the council's current president, Alan Steelman. READ MORE...
"Dallas Needs a New Image for New Times"
by ALAN STEELMAN
For 100 years, Dallas-Fort Worth prospered on an economic platform of domestic oil and gas Texas-owned banks and local real estate development.
The financial meltdown of the mid-to-late ‘80s essentially vaporized all three. Over the past decade, . . . READ MORE