"American government and foreign affairs"
All-University Conference, Portland State University
1 hour 49 minutes
SUMMARY: The conference deals with different aspects of situations where one social group perpetrates destructive acts against another. This can occur within a nation or between nations and can take the form of genocide in extreme cases.
PSU President Gregory Baker Wolfe, who served as a U.S. diplomat during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, addressed foreign affairs at Session No. 2 of the All-University Conference at Portland State University, 1974.
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Universities and colleges, United States -- International relations
Reel to reel, 3.75 ips, 1/4 track, mono
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Wolfe, Gregory Baker, ""American government and foreign affairs"" (1974). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 108.