Speech to the American Chamber of Commerce, Tokyo, August 19, 1978

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Description

Ambassador Mansfield discusses the trading relations between the United States and Japan, the need for the United States to increase its exports to compensate for oil imports, and the need for Japan to open its doors to further imports.

Item Type

Speech

Subjects

Mansfield, Mike, --1903-2001.; United States--Foreign economic relations--Japan.; Japan--Foreign economic relations--United States.; United States--Economic conditions--1971-1981.; Japan--Economic conditions--1945-

Date Created

8-19-1978

Time Period

Twentieth century

Geographic Coverage

United States; Japan

Language

eng

Original Collection

Mike Mansfield Political Speeches, Press Interviews, and Campaign Advertisements Audio Recordings, OH 022

Holding Institution

University of Montana. Mansfield Library. Archives and Special Collections

Digital Publisher

University of Montana--Missoula. Mansfield Library

Rights Holder

Copyright to this recording may be held by the University of Montana—Missoula. For more information, please contact Archives and Special Collections at the University of Montana, Mansfield Library.

Audio File Number

OH 022-290

Media Type

Sound

Original Format

1 sound cassette (02:00:00 min.): analog

Digital Format

audio/mp3

Run Time

00:35:46 minutes

Local Filename

OH_022_290.mp3

Digitization Information

Audio captured using a Nakamichi MR-2, 2-head professional cassette deck. The capture is controlled through Adobe Audition with sampling rates, 44100 hz, 32-bit float. Output is as follows: capture quality (real-time conversion), medium quality, none (dither); high-quality conversion, best quality (slowest), shaped (dither). File processed to WAV for preservation and MP3 for online access using Adobe Audition. The PDF files were OCR’d with Abbyy FineReader version 9.0.

Speech to the American Chamber of Commerce, Tokyo, August 19, 1978

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