Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1969
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Labor and Government Cooperate on Foreign Policy article from
Honduras Salvador Clash at Border article from the Washington
Senator Cases questions and DOD answers
Department of Defense chart showing comparison of United States
Department of Defense chart showing current M47 and M48 tank
Senator Fulbrights questions and the Defense Departments answers
Funding on DOD social science research projects
Statement of George LP Weaver Special Assistant to the Secretary
Statement of August Maffry senior consultant Bank of America
Danielian Dr N R president International Economic Policy
Insertions for the recordContinued Pago
Dennison Charles S vice president International Minerals
retary Citizens Committee for UNICEF
McGann Jack legislative aide Liberty Lobby accompanied
chairman of the board of Ness Industries Inc
Statement of Rev L Maynard Catchings representing the Council for Christian Social Action of the United Church of Christ
Statement of Dwight Townsend The Cooperative League of
Board of Christian Social Concerns of the United Methodist Church
Statement of Darrell Randall representing the Division of World
Cooper Charles A economist the Rand Corp
Statement in support of appropriations for UNICEF by Mrs Edward
Statement by Mrs Bruce B Benson president League of Women
Statement of J Orrin Shipe managing director CUNA International
Joint statement by Mrs Russell E Wallace area representative
Randall Dr Darrell representing the Division of World Peace
DOD memorandum on bilateral and multilateral military contingency
State Department memorandum on reduction of U S forces

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