Representative Mansfield defends the United States Mutual Security Act of 1951 and its amendment to spend $100 million to aid refugees from Iron Curtain countries and questions the negative Soviet response.
Mansfield, Mike, --1903-2001.; Mutual security program, 1951-; Political refugees.; United States--Foreign relations--Soviet Union.; Soviet Union--Foreign relations--United States.
Mike Mansfield Political Speeches, Press Interviews, and Campaign Advertisements Audio Recordings, OH 022
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Mansfield, Michael "Mike" J., "Speech at United Nations in Paris, 1951" (1951). Mike Mansfield Political Speeches, Press Interviews and Campaign Audio Recordings. 6.