Mutual Security Act of 1958: Hearings, 85-2 on Draft Legislation to Amend Further the Mutual Security Act of 1954, as Amended, and for Other Purposes

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Economic assistance programs status of funds 391
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Economic assistance programsunliquidated obligations June 30 1957 408
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Memorandum submitted by Department of Defense concerning acquisition
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Memorandum submitted by Department of State concerning immigration
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ICA press release dated January 24 1958 entitled Discharged Service
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local currency under the Mutual Security Act and Public Law 480 570571
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WITNESSES
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STATEMENTS AND MEMORANDUMS SUBMITTED
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Memorandum submitted by ICA giving illustrations of Indias more favora
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Statement submitted for the record by Hon C Douglas Dillon Deputy
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Memorandum submitted by Department of State concerning currencies
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WITNESSES
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Guthrie Brig Gen John S Regional Director for Europe Office
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STATEMENTS AND MEMORANDUMS SUBMITTED
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Memorandum submitted by ICA relating to European labor teams visit
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Memorandum submitted by Department of Defense concerning the
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CHARTS
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Memorandum submitted by ICA concerning number of American overseas
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Memorandum submitted by ICA concerning airlines involved in transport
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WITNESSES
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Newly independent countries are strategically located_
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Mutual security helps United States business
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Cost of the U N system
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STATEMENTS AND MEMORANDUMS SUBMITTED FOR THE RECORD
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Statement submitted by Peter MullerMunk Pittsburgh Pa entitled
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Shaw Markley Comptroller Office of International Security Affairs
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Survey submitted by Chamber of Commerce of the United States entitled
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Memorandum submitted by Matthew J Kust attorney at law Washing
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Countries participating in military assistanceNear East and south Asia 663
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Statement submitted by Salem Bader president United States ArabAsian
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Statement submitted by National Council of the Churches of Christ in
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CHARTS AND TABLES
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Memorandum submitted by ICA concerning the Vietnamese military
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STATEMENTS AND MEMORANDUMS SUBMITTED
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Memorandum submitted by ICA concerning the Heifer Project Inc
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Memorandum submitted by ICA on employment increases from December
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Memorandum supplied by ICA concerning leprosy control program
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Article from New York Times March 16 1958 entitled United States
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Memorandum submitted by ICA concerning incident of B17 Flying
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Shuff Charles H Deputy Assistant Secretary for Military Assistance
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Telegram sent to Secretary of State by United States delegates to 12th
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Answers submitted by Department of State to questions by Hon James
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Memorandum supplied by Department of State concerning Hungarian
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Memorandum submitted by Fred B Rhodes Jr concerning number
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Memorandum submitted by Fred B Rhodes Jr concerning kinds
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Memorandum submitted by Fred B Rhodes Jr concerning arms exported
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Military assistance program Latin America___
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Latin America technical cooperation program fiscal years 1956 through
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Summary of accomplishments for selected technical cooperation projects
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Statement submitted by Rollin S Atwood Office of Latin American
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Memorandum submitted by ICA concerning participation of Puerto Rico
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Letter to Hon Thomas E Morgan Acting Chairman from Hon John
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Memorandum submitted by General Services Administration concerning
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Letter to Hon Thomas E Morgan Acting Chairman from Robert
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Excerpts from report on vocational education programs in Thailand
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STATEMENTS AND MEMORANDUMS SUBMITTED FOR
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tatement submitted by Clive L DuVal II General Counsel United
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Sprague Hon Mansfield D Assistant Secretary of Defense
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femorandum submitted by International Cooperation Administration
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tatement submitted by Department of State on the Palestine refugees 1669
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Bolivia
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Brazil
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Burma
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Cambodia
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Ceylon
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Chile
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China Taiwan
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Colombia
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Costa Rica
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Denmark
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Dominican Republic
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Ecuador
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El Salvador
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Ethiopia
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France
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Ghana
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Greece
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Guatemala
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Haiti
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Honduras
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Iceland
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India
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Indonesia
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Iran
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Iraq
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Israel
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Italy
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Jordan
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Korea
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Laos
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Lebanon
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Liberia
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Libya
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Mexico
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Morocco
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Nepal
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Netherlands
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Nicaragua
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Pakistan
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Panama
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Paraguay
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Peru
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Philippines
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Portugal
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Summary statementsContinued Page
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Local currency fundsgeneral notes
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STATEMENTS AND MEMORANDUMS SUBMITTED FOR THE RECORD
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STATEMENTS AND MEMORANDUMS SUBMITTED
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Letter from Clarence R Miles Chamber of Commerce of the United States
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Statement of James G Patton president National Farmers Union on
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Veterans of the United States of America on the Mutual Security
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Analysis of availabilities of mutual security program administered local
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Status of local currency funds
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TABLES
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Populations of Europe 767
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Memorandum submitted by the Department of Defense on the military
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Judd Hon Walter H a Representative in Congress from the State
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McCollum Robert S Deputy Administrator Bureau of Security
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Military assistance program carryover into fiscal year 1960
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Estimates of total tax receipts of all levels of government NATO coun
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Página 1 - The comptroller general shall investigate, at the seat of government or elsewhere, all matters relating to the receipt, disbursement, and application of public funds...
Página 673 - In order more effectively to achieve the objectives of this Treaty, the Parties, separately and jointly, by means of continuous and effective self-help and mutual aid, will maintain and develop their individual and collective capacity to resist armed attack.
Página 153 - ... promote the foreign policy, security, and general welfare of the United States and to facilitate the effective participation of such nations in arrangements for individual and collective self-defense. In furnishing such military assistance, it remains the policy of the United States...
Página 481 - These currencies are generated from sales of surplus agricultural commodities under section 402 of the Mutual Security Act of 1954, as amended.
Página 682 - The Congress of the United States recognizes that the progress of free peoples in their efforts to further their economic development, and thus to strengthen their freedom, is important to the security and general welfare of the United States.
Página 556 - Africa, we are making it possible for the leaders and people of Africa to tackle their pressing internal problems with a serious hope of meaningful progress by nontotalitarian methods. This hope, and the challenge to make good on it, offer a healthy focus for the strong nationalism of the newly independent peoples — a focus much needed to nullify the appeal of irresponsible extremist movements which feed on hopelessness.
Página 554 - African states which have emerged — as well as those of longer duration — are governed by regimes which are moderate, friendly, and dedicated to the maintenance of their independence. In this we are most fortunate for these are tremendous assets to the free world which must be conserved and strengthened. But if these moderate regimes are to maintain themselves and justify their present orientation, they must be able to demonstrate to their peoples, in concrete and understandable terms, the advantages...
Página 607 - I want to compliment you on your statement. I think it is very good and very comprehensive.
Página 330 - Mr. Chairman and Members of the Committee. It is my privilege to appear before you today to...
Página 144 - States is a party; (4) make, consistent with its political and economic stability, the full contribution permitted by its manpower, resources, facilities, and general economic condition to the development and maintenance of its own defensive strength and the defensive strength of the free world...

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