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Testimony of Canal Zone Citizen Representatives to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee

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Material Information

Title:
Testimony of Canal Zone Citizen Representatives to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Physical Description:
8.5" x 14", 17 pages
Creator:
Canal Zone Citizen Representatives
Donor:
PCM ( donor )
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Panama Canal Treaties (1977)   ( fast )
Torrijos, Omar, 1929-1981   ( fast )
Genre:
Report
Spatial Coverage:

Notes

Abstract:
The report argues against the Panama Canal treaties. It claims that Ambassador Jorden does not truly represent the plight of the Panama Canal Zone people and that the Torrijos regime is a physical and economic threat to the Canal Zone. It also reports Panamanian news topics such as the "questioned legality" of General Torrijos brokering with Carter instead of President Lakas and the student protests against the U.S.
Original Location:
Envelope File 2013

Record Information

Source Institution:
Panama Canal Museum
Holding Location:
Panama Canal Museum
Rights Management:
Applicable rights reserved on the material.
Resource Identifier:
accession number - 2013.15.4
System ID:
AA00018093:00001

  • STANDARD VIEW
  • MARC VIEW

Material Information

Title:
Testimony of Canal Zone Citizen Representatives to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Physical Description:
8.5" x 14", 17 pages
Creator:
Canal Zone Citizen Representatives
Donor:
PCM ( donor )
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Panama Canal Treaties (1977)   ( fast )
Torrijos, Omar, 1929-1981   ( fast )
Genre:
Report
Spatial Coverage:

Notes

Abstract:
The report argues against the Panama Canal treaties. It claims that Ambassador Jorden does not truly represent the plight of the Panama Canal Zone people and that the Torrijos regime is a physical and economic threat to the Canal Zone. It also reports Panamanian news topics such as the "questioned legality" of General Torrijos brokering with Carter instead of President Lakas and the student protests against the U.S.
Original Location:
Envelope File 2013

Record Information

Source Institution:
Panama Canal Museum
Holding Location:
Panama Canal Museum
Rights Management:
Applicable rights reserved on the material.
Resource Identifier:
accession number - 2013.15.4
System ID:
AA00018093:00001