The EMPIRE'S NEW CLOTHES. A Peace Conference.; An Investigation of US Foreign Policy in the 70's. April 11 - 14. Michigan State: The University's Role. Lou Kubicka, Nguyen Thi Ngoc Thoa, Martin Nicolaus, Marilyn McNabb, David Truong, Mark Selden, Barbara Fuller, Ted - Participants Glick.

The EMPIRE'S NEW CLOTHES. A Peace Conference.; An Investigation of US Foreign Policy in the 70's. April 11 - 14. Michigan State: The University's Role.

(n. p.): [1973]. 1st Printing. 6 mimeographed sheets, corner stapled, printed text both sides, unpaginated, though 12 pp. Conference itinerary to the last page. Cover page with large drawing incorporating divers organizational acronyms, e.g., the hat band has CIA, MSU & AID. 11' x 8-5/8". Self-wrappers. Now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Age-toning to paper. "A Peace Center Conference" penned to front cover, under printed title. Top corner chipped; grease stain to last two pages. Very Good. Item #44718

The handout no doubt provided to those attending the 1973 Empire's New Clothes conference held at Michigan State University, which was to discuss U.S. foreign policy, and specifically MSU's involvement in said policy. The item thoroughly details MSU's direct involvement in the Vietnam War through its international programs for which it had received government funding.... "After the U. S. government had approached MSU about a possible technical assistance project in Vietnam .... [4 individuals] made a two week inspection tour of Vietnam and returned recommending that MSU provide 'technical assistance' to the Diem regime." And here we are.

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