November 1961
Education;Nov1961, Vol. 82 Issue 3, p165
Academic Journal
The article provides information on the 13th Student Conference on United States Affairs of the U.S. Military Academy. The conference will be held at the academy at West Point, New York, starting December 6, 1961. The topic of discussion at the conference will be the National Security Policy of the United States: The Atlantic Community. The keynote speaker will be John J. McCloy, former high commissioner to Germany and until recently the president's advisor on disarmament. The subject of his address will be the Goals for the Atlantic Community.


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