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Executive sessions of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Corporate Author: United States.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington : U.S. G.P.O., 1976-
Subjects: United States. > Congress. > Senate.
United States > Foreign relations > 1963-1969.
United States > Foreign relations > 1961-1963.
Note: "Made public September 1990"--v. 17.
"Made public December 1987"--v. 16.
"Made public December 1986"--v. 15.
"Made public April 1986"--v. 14.
"Made public April 1984"--v. 13, pts. 1, 2.
"Made public Nobember 1982"--v. 12.
"Made public March 1982"--v. 11.
"Made public November 1980"--v. 10.
Vol. 9 together with joint sessions with the Senate Armed Services Committee; made public Dec. 1979.
"Made public Dec. 1978"--v. 8.
"Made public Apr. 1978"--v. 7.
"Made public 1977"--v. 6.
"Made public Feb. 1977"--v. 5.
"Made public Oct. 1976"--v. 4.
"Made public in August 1976"--v. 3, pts. 1-2.
"Made public July 1976"--v. 2.
"Made public May 1976"--v. 1.
Distributed to some depository libraries in microfiche.
Physical Description: v. ; 24 cm.
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