Colgate's conference on foreign affairs

August 1949
America;8/6/1949, Vol. 81 Issue 18, p491
Information on the topics discussed at the First Annual Conference on American Foreign Policy on how ordinary U.S. citizens can gain access to government information and their stand on international issues is presented. The conference was attended by various experts on foreign policy, with the cooperation of the State Department, Carnegie Endowment, and other foreign policy related agencies. The conference featured round-table sessions and exhaustive discussion of facts supplied by authorities.


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