John C Stennis talks on the Role of Congress in Foreign Policies during a debate in United States.
United States USA Date:1971 Duration:7 min 43 sec Sound:Yes
Debate on the 'Role of Congress in Foreign Policies' between John C Stennis and William J Fulbright in United States organized by American Enterprise Institute. Moderator Peter Lasigor says that Congress is reasserting its role after Korean and Vietnam War. Distinguished citizens sit to participate and ask questions. The debaters: Senator John C Stennis, Chairman, Armed Service Committee and William J Fulbright Chairman Foreign Relations Committee. John Stennis starts the debate. Stennis talks about the role and responsibilities of Congress in domestic and foreign affairs. He speaks about his experiences in legislation as Senator. Stennis gives examples of Theodore Roosevelt, the Congo Rebellion in 1963 and National Commitment Resolution of 1969. He then talks about world affairs and foreign policies regarding World War II. Stennis mentions various treaties and resolutions related to post world war.
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