Description: Episode #23 OBD: 1964-03-09 TRT: 30 min Description: This program surveys east-west trade and the difference in policies between the United States and its major western allies, England, France, and West Germany. The program covers several aspects of western trade with the Soviet Union., Communist satellite countries, Cuba and Red China. Among the issues involved are the sale of 400 buses by England to Cuba, the negotiations between England and Russia involving $250 million for chemical technology for Russia, and the sale of U.S. wheat to Russia. The program will feature viewpoints of representatives of the U.S. Congress, State Department officials, foreign government spokesmen, and businessmen and U.S. business leaders. Host and Robert Lubar, assistant managing editor of Fortune Magazine Commentator: Guests: Dr. Jack Behrman, assistant secretary for domestic and international business, U.S. Department of Commerce. Dr. Behrman is in charge of licensing of American trade with Communist countries. He is a member of the U.S. Board of Foreign Service. Mr. Edwin P. Neilan, president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce AT ISSUE A 1964 National Educational Television production Executive producer: Alvin Perlmutter Producer: Leonard Zweig
Keywords: women's rights
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