Freedom of Communications

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Richard M. Boeckel, Editor

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United States Problems of Foreign Communications

Early action to strengthen the position of the United States in the field of international communications has been recommended to Congress by the Federal Communications Commission as a preparatory step to the negotiation of an international agreement to guarantee freedom of world communications after the war. In the opinion of James L, Fly, chairman of the commission, no single subject “is more important to the future security of the world ...

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