Activities of nondiplomatic representatives of foreign principals in the United States : hearings before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, Eighty-eighth Congress, first session, under the authority of S. Res. 362, 87th Congress,

Washington : U.S. G.P.O., 1963.

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Subjects Foreign agents -- United States.
Foreign agents.
United States.
Description 13 volumes (111, 1998 pages) : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes Hearings held Feb. 4-May 14, 1963.
Other title information varies slightly in some vols.
LC set bound in 6. DLC
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Summary Investigates activities of John A. O'Donnell on behalf of the Philippine Sugar Commission and the National Federation of Sugarcane Planters of the Philippines. Includes Mar. 1, 1963, hearing, held in executive session (p. 189-250), pt. 2; Investigates financial compensation from the Dominican Republic Information Center to the International News Service in exchange for favorable publicity, pt. 3;Investigates allegations of improper arrangements between the Dominican Republic Commission for the Defense of Sugar and Development of Sugarcane and the D.C. law firm of Surrey, Karasik, Gould and Efron, which was hired to lobby for increased sugar imports from the Dominican Republic, pt. 4; Investigates alleged improprieties in Michael B. Deane's agreement to lobby in D.C. on behalf of the Dominican Republic Commission for the Defense of Sugar and Development of Sugarcane, pt. 5; Investigates news agencies' practice of contracting to write articles for organizations that represent foreign interests, pt. 6; Investigates activities of Hamilton Wright Organization as a public relations firm for the Republics of China and South Africa, pt. 7; Investigates activities of Selvage and Lee public relations firm on behalf of a group of Portuguese businessmen, pt. 8; Investigates activities of the Jewish Agency for Israel, Inc. and related lobbying organizations, pt. 9; Continuation of hearings on Hamilton Wright Organization, pt. 10; Investigates activities of I. Irving Davidson as public relations consultant to Pres. Luis Somoza of Nicaragua, including political contributions and contacts with and payments to Allen O. Hunter of Federal Housing and Home Finance Agency, pt. 11; Continuation of hearings on nondiplomatic representatives of foreign governments and organizations. Focuses on the West German public relations operations of Julius Klein. pt. 13.
Contents pt. 1. February 4 and 6, 1963. -- pt. 2. April 18, 1963. -- pt. 3. March 28, 1963. -- pt. 4. March 13 and June 20, 1963. -- pt. 5 March 29, 1963. -- pt. 6. June 14, 1963. -- pt. 7. March 25, 1963. -- pt. 8. April 12 and May 6, 1963. -- pt. 9. May 23, 1963. -- pt. 10. July 10, 1963. -- pt. 11. March 8, 1963. -- pt. 12. August 1, 1963. -- pt. 13. May 14, 1963.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm01149564
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