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"Our Relationship with the Common Market"

Prospects of Mankind

VHS 60 min.


Program Number

Date Aired
April 1962

Program Guests: George Ball, Undersecretary of State (postlude only); Robert Marjolin, Vice President of the Commission of the European Economic Community; Kenneth Younger, Director General of Chatham House (the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London); Albert Kervyn (Baron Albert Kervyn de Lettenhove), Director of Belgium's National Planning Office; Edwin Dale, European economic correspondent for the New York Times. The program examines the prospects of Great Britain's joining the European Common Market (official name: European Economic Community) and what such a move would mean to the United States. It further explores the differences between the Common Market idea and Atlantic partnership, as well as the relation between President Kennedy's tariff bill and the Common Market. The major portion of this program was recorded at Radiodiffusion Television Francaise in Paris. A postlude with Undersecretary of State George Ball was recorded in Washington, D.C.

Recording Location
Radiodiffusion Television Francaise, Paris and Washington, D.C.

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