Preserving "A Fair Chance For a Free People" - Karl E. Mundt

U.S. Information Agency

RG II Independent Agencies - U.S. Information Agency 1955-1968
1 Hollinger documents box (#289)

This Agency is the direct creation of the Smith-Mundt Act of 1948(Public Law 402 of 80th Congress) whose objective is to disseminate information abroad about the United States.

Voice of America radio broadcasts, World Wide Broadcasting System, International Cooperation administration, Bureau of Customs, and House Committee on Government Operations are represented. Famous people relating to this series are John Chancellor, Edward R. Murrow, Harold E. Stassen, Ali Amini, George V. Allen, and Leonard Marks. Senator Mundt maintained a scrutinizing interest in this Agency.

Allen, George V.
Amini, Ali
Marks, Leonard Harold
Murrow, Edward R.
Stassen, Harold Edward

Customs, Bureau of
Government Operations Committee (House)
International Cooperation Administration
Smith-Mundt Act
Voice of America
World Wide Broadcasting System    

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