"The conduct of international affairs: 2000 A. D."
America, 1984; All University Conference, Portland State University, 1973, Session no. 3.
1 hour 11 minutes
In Session No. 3 of the "America, 1984" All-University Conference at Portland State, Elisabeth Mann Borgese (daughter of author Thomas Mann), an expert on international maritime law and environmental protection, addressed the future of international relations.
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American society and culture, Utopia, United States -- International relations
Reel to reel, 3.75 ips, 1/2 track, mono
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