Moderator Peter Lasigor concludes and restates issues raised by Stennis and Fulbright in United States during a debate.
United States USA Date:1971 Duration:57 sec Sound:Yes
Moderator concludes debate on 'Role of Congress in Foreign Policies' between John C Stennis, Chairman, Armed Service Committee and William J Fulbright Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee in United States organized by American Enterprise Institute. The Moderator Peter Lasigor says that Stennis and Fulbright disagree on the issue of Congress's role in foreign policy. Stennis has said that the Congress has contributed in making 40 mutual treaties and plays a crucial role in making Foreign Policies. Stennis states the resolutions passed on the issues of Cuba, Berlin and others. Lasigor says that both of them agree on the point of reassessment. The points Fulbright raised were about the war making functions and deprivation of senate from the agreement on war issues.
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