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Printed for the use of the Committee on Foreign Relations

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1965

48-210

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS

J. W. FULBRIGHT, Arkansas, Chairman JOHN SPARKMAN, Alabama

BOURKE B, HICKENLOOPER, Iowa MIKE MANSFIELD, Montana

GEORGE D. AIKEN, Vermont WAYNE MORSE, Oregon

FRANK CARLSON, Kansas RUSSELL B. LONG, Louisiana

JOHN J. WILLIAMS, Delaware ALBERT GORE, Tennessee

KARL E. MUNDT, South Dakota FRANK J. LAUSCHE, Ohio

CLIFFORD P. CASE, New Jersey
FRANK CHURCH, Idaho
STUART SYMINGTON, Missouri
THOMAS J. DODD, Connecticut
JOSEPH S. CLARK, Pennsylvania
CLAIBORNE PELL, Rhode Island
EUGENE J. MCCARTHY, Minnesota

CARL MARCY, Chief of Staff
DARRELL ST. CLAIRE, Clerk

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Statement of:

Amter, Joseph A., Committee for Research on the Development of

International Institutions, National Citizens Committee for

International Cooperation.

Andrews, Stanley M., chairman, Americans for National Security,

Washington, D.C.---

Benoit, Prof. Emile, Americans for Democratic Action, Washing-

ton, D.C.

Cleveland, Harlan, Assistant Secretary of State for International

Organization Affairs
Cohen, Benjamin V., for the National Committee for a Sane Nuclear

Policy, Inc., Washington, D.C.

Cox, Eric, Washington, D.Ć.
Eberly, John H., Washington representative for the Church of the

Brethren.
Eichelberger, Clark M., chairman, Commission To Study the Orga-

nization of Peace, New York, N.Y.

Fisher, Adrian, Deputy Director, Arms Control and Disarmament

Agency; accompanied by George Bunn, counsel.

Hardy, Ť. Walter, Jr., president, Hardy Salt Co., St. Louis, Mo.---

Hicks, W. B., Jr., executive secretary, Liberty Lobby, Washington,

D.C.; accompanied by Kevin J. Cullinane_

Huntington, William R., on behalf of the American Friends Service

Committee and the Friends Committee on National Legislation;

accompanied by Edward F. Snyder, executive secretary-

Javits, the Honorable Jacob K., U.S. Senator from the State of New

York.

Jones, Robert E., director, Washington office, Unitarian Universalist

Association, Washington, D.C..

MacIntyre, L. D., special representative, National Women's Con-

ference of the American Ethical Union, Bethesda, Md..

McVitty, Marion H., independent observer, New York, N.Y.---

Niles, Henry E., chairman, Baltimore Life Insurance Co., Baltimore

Md.
Persinger, Mrs. Richard B., in behalf of the National Board of the

Young Women's Christian Association...

Southard, Shelby, assistant director, Washington office, Cooperative

League of the U.S.A.

Stanley, C. Maxwell, president, Stanley Engineering Co., Muscatine,

Iowa, for the United World Federalists..

Steel, Bernice, Women Strike for Peace, Washington, D.C.

Tydings, the Honorable Joseph D., U.S. Senator from the State of

Maryland...

Warburg, James P., New York, N.Y.
Insertions for the record:

Senate Concurrent Resolution 32, 89th Congress, 1st session.
Statement of U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency -
Statement of Department of State---
Resolution by Board of Christian Social Concerns regarding peace

and world order.--
“Vietnam-A Proposal for the Modification of the President's Policy,”

by James P. Warburg-

White House press release on President's Cabinet Committee for

International Cooperation Year.

International Cooperation Year: A proclamation by the President.
Excerpts from remarks by President Johnson on signing International

Cooperation Year Proclamation --

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Insertions for the record-Continued

Statement of Mr. Rudolph T. Danstedt, National Association of

Social Workers.

Statement of James G. Patton, National Farmers Union.

Statement of Senator George McGovern.-

Statement of Senator Frank E. Moss..

Statement of Senator William Proxmire..

Statement of Ambassador Adlai Stevenson.

Statement of Senator E. L. Bartlett...

Statement of Mr. Herman Will, General Board of Christian Social

Concerns and the Methodist Church.

Statement of Senator Harrison Williams, Jr.--

Members of the National Citizens Commission for International

Cooperation.--

Additional statements and letters submitted for the record:

Statement of Senator Edward V. Long-

Statement of Senator Gale McGee.

Statement of Senator Claiborne Pell..

Statement of Senator Jennings Randolph.

Statement of Mayor Theodore McKeldin, Baltimore, Md..

Statement of American Legion, Dallas, Tex.

Letter of Mrs. Fred H. Rindge, Rye, N.Y.

Letter of Mrs. Ruth Forbes Young, Paoli, Pa.-

Statement of Walter S. Orlinsky, young democratic national com-

initteeman of Maryland.

Statement of the National Council of Women of the United States..

Statement of Rodney D. Driver, Albuquerque, N. Mex.

Letter of Bernard Feld, Council for a Livable World, Washington,

D.C.---

Statement of Howard and Harriet Kurtz, War Control Planners, Inc.,

Chappaqua, N.Y..

Statement of Daniel Flaherty, American National Catholic Weekly

Review

Letter of David Darrin..

Letter of Everett L. Millard, CURE.

Statement of Dr. Dorothy Hutchinson, Womens International League

for Peace and Freedom...

Statement of Andrew Rice, American Veterans Committee.

Statement of Dr. Alona Evans, World Problems and Mrs. George C.

Hahn, AAUW.

Statement of A. J. G. Priest, professor of law, University of Virginia..

Letter of Norman Bradley, Philadelphia, Pa-

Letter of William J. Howell, Chicago, Ii. -

Letter of William F. Fischer, Philadelphia, Pa.

Letter of Jerry Voorhis, Cooperative League of the U.S.A., Chicago,

Ill.

Supplementary statement, New York Metropolitan region women

strike for peace.

Statement of Grenville Clark, Dublin, N.H.

Statement of Norman Cousins, Saturday Review -

Letter of Robert M. Stein, American Ethical Union.

Letter of Eldon P. Roe, Cleveland, Ohio.--

Statement of Norman Thomas.

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