December 1968
National Review Bulletin;12/24/1968, Vol. 20 Issue 51, p204
The article reports on the conference held at Princeton University under the auspices of the International Association for Cultural Freedom. The purpose of the conference was to allegedly discuss the problems of the U.S., its image and its impact on the world. According to some attendees, the organizers of the event were just using the conference to produce certain effects on American public opinion.


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