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Meetings and Memoranda.(195)
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Ngo, Dinh Diem, 1901-1963(12)
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Kekkonen, Urho, 1900-1986(4)
Castro, Fidel, 1927-(3)
Johnson, Joseph E. (Joseph Esrey), 1906-1990(3)
European Economic Community, 1958-1967(12)
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United Nations. General Assembly(36)
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Bowles, Chester (Chester Bliss), 1901-1986(9)
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Kissinger, Henry A. (Henry Alfred), 1923-(13)
Komer, Robert W. (Robert William), 1922-2000(10)
This folder contains memoranda regarding the trade agreements program. Topics include the liberalization of trade policy, a proposal by Secretary of Commerce Luther Hodges to shift leadership of foreign trade policy from the Department of State to the Department of Commerce, and extending most-favored-nation status to Poland and Yugoslavia. Of note...
This folder contains a letter from Under Secretary of State Chester Bowles’ son Sam and daughter-in-law Nancy, teachers in Nigeria, discussing their suggestions and concerns on the Peace Corps program. Also included in this folder is a paper on India’s economic developments and needs titled, “The Indo-American Development Program: The Problems and ...
This folder contains memoranda, press releases, and newspaper clippings concerning the Cold War and E.O. 10501 that requires the National Security Council to conduct a continuing review to ensure that classified defense information remains classified. Also included in this folder is a booklet created by the United States Air Force Psychological Ope...
This folder contains materials by Chester Bowles, President John F. Kennedy’s Special Representative for Asian, African, and Latin American Affairs, consisting of a memorandum on foreign affairs personnel, the United States position on Portuguese colonies in Africa, and an article titled, “A Fresh Look at Free Asia.”
This folder contains answers to a questionnaire regarding the National Security Council; a press release of a letter from President Dwight D. Eisenhower to Senator Lyndon B. Johnson concerning President Eisenhower’s decision not to release reports from the Gaither Report; and memoranda concerning the Cold War.
This folder contains memoranda regarding the unauthorized disclosure of classified information, primarily regarding national security and foreign relations, to the press and new policies to protect sensitive information from release. Also included in this folder are security questionnaires for various persons regarding an article written by Marguer...
This folder contains memoranda and a report regarding the Soviet Union’s activities in space including a launch of a probe in the direction of the planet Venus. Also included in this folder is a report by the Air Force Space Study Committee concerning a development gap in the space programs of the Soviet Union and United States, a threat to the nat...
This folder contains memoranda of agendas and outcomes of weekly luncheon meetings held by the National Security Council. Topics include the Operations Coordinating Board and organizational responsibility agreements; civil aviation from the Soviet Union; the commissary and PX (postal exchange) in Athens, Greece; the Soviet direction probe Venus; an...
This folder contains an article by Philip Benjamin entitled, “Kirk Finds Africa Wary on College: Says Many Think Students Are ‘Exploited’ in U.S.;” a booklet by David D. Henry entitled, “The 1960 Nigerian-American Scholarship Program;” and correspondence concerning the African Scholarship Program at universities in America and foreign exchange stud...
This folder consists of correspondence and memoranda between President John F. Kennedy and various individuals regarding an article in The New York Times by Hanson W. Baldwin about missiles in Russia, and the protection of intelligence information in the United States.
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