Economic assistance, American -- Third World.
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|PRA Archive #||Title||Description||Genre||Broadcast Date|
|BB1799||Internationl action corps / moderated by Elsa Knight Thompson.||
Sheldon Margen, Nick Hetzer, Gerald Berreman, and Joseph Coffey discuss economic assistance to...
|KPFA, 2 July 1968.|
|BB2416||Abolish the Peace Corps / moderated by Elsa Knight Thompson||
A panel discussion with three former Peace Corps volunteers Joseph Sklar (Peace Corps in Peru,...
|American Women -- Peace and Antinuclear activism||KPFA, February 19, 1970|
|BB2442||In defense of the Peace Corps / Mel Najarian ; interviewed by Don Porsche.||
Executive officer of the Peace Corps explains how the organization benefits Third World...
|KPFA, 26 June 1970.|
|BB2503||Peace Corps and Pax-Americana / Marshall Windmiller ; interviewed by Elsa Knight Thompson.||
Discussion of the Peace Corps as an extension of American foreign policy.
|KPFA, 24 June 1970.|
|BC0265||The Nixonization of the war in Vietnam / Jacques Decornoy ; interviewed by Barry Weisberg.||
Southeast Asian correspondent for Le Monde discusses Americanplans for the military and economic...
|KPFA, 29 Sept. 1971.|
|BC2702.14||Is the United States obliged to feed the world's hungry : II / Kenneth Schlossberg.||
Talk on the moral requirement for the U.S. to end world hunger, and how that assistance would...
|WBAI, 30 Jan. 1975.|
|PZ0098||Henry Kissinger speaking at the pre-Williamsburg conference.||
Proposes that Western leaders meeting at the Williamsburg summit focus on the debt crisis of...