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Town Meeting of the World


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An inter-continental discussion via the Early Bird satellite.
The subject: Crisis in Vietnam
The speakers:
In London
Dean Rusk, United States Secretary of State
The Rt. Hon. Michael Stewart, M.P. Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
The Rt. Hon. Sir Alec Douglas-Home, K.T., M.P. Leader of the Conservative Party
In New York
Barry Goldwater, Republican Presidential Candidate, 1964
In Paris
Maurice Schumann, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the French National Assembly
Chairman in London, Charles Collingwood, Chief European correspondent of C.B.S.
A joint production of the BBC and the Columbia Broadcasting System


Speaker (In London): Dean Rusk
Speaker (In London): The Rt. Hon. Michael Stewart
Speaker (In London): The Rt. Hon. Sir Alec Douglas-Home
Speaker (In New York): Barry Goldwater
Speaker (In Paris): Maurice Schumann
Chairman: Charles Collingwood

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Town Meeting of the World

BBC Two England, 3 May 1965 21.40

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