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THE UNITED STATCS AND THE UNITED NATIONS

HEARINGS

BEFORE THE

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
UNITED STATES SENATE

NINETY-FOURTH CONGRESS

FIRST SESSION
ON

THE UNITED STATES AND THE UNITED NATIONS AND THE

NOMINATION OF DANIEL PATRICK MOYNIHAN TO BE U.S.

REPRESENTATIVE TO THE UNITED NATIONS WITH THE

RANK OF AMBASSADOR

MAY 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, AND 22, AND JUNE 4, 1975

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Printed for the use of the Committee on Foreign Relations

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
JOHN SPARKMAN, Alabama, Chairman

MIKE MANSFIELD, Montana

FRANK CHURCH, Idaho

STUART SYMINGTON, Missouri

CLAIBORNE PELL. Rhode Island

GALE W. McGEE, Wyoming

GEORGE S. McGOVERN, South Dakota

HUBERT H. HUMPHREY, Minnesota

DICK CLARE, Iowa

JOSEPH R. BIDEN, JR., Delaware

Pat M. Holt, Chief of Staff
Aethue M. Kohl, Chief Clerk

CLIFFORD P. CASE, New Jersey
JACOB K. JAVITS, New York
HUGH SCOTT, Pennsylvania
JAMES B. PEARSON, Kansas
CHARLES H. PERCY, Illinois
ROBERT P. GRIFFIN, Michigan
HOWARD H. BAKER, Je., Tennessee

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CONTENTS

Hewing Days: raK"

May 7,1935—The U.S. Bole in the U.N.: the Vision an* the Reality 1

Harold E. Stasaen, member of the U.S. Delegation to the United Na-

tions Conference on International Organization, San Francisco,

1945- 3

Henry Cabot Lodge, former U.S. Permanent Bepresentatiie to the

United Nations .—, 6

Arthur Goldberg, former U.S. Permanent Representative t« the United

Nations ,. 10

Charles W. Yost, former U.S. Permanent Representative t* the United

May 8. 1975—The~u\N.~Tn"the Seventies 53

The U.S. Role Today: Senator J. W. Fvttbright, former chairman, Conn-

mittee as Foreign Relations; sponsor of the Fulbright Resolution

of 1943 54

Is the U.N. Working.?

Richard N. Gardner, Henry L. Moses Professor' ot Law and Interna-

tional Organization, Columbia University 76

Abraham Yeselsoii, chairman, Political Science Department, Rutgers

University; author, "A Dangerous Place: The United Nations as

a Weapon in International Politics" 90

Joseph. Segei, former chairman, Beard of Goveriaars, United Nations

Association; U.S. Alternate Representative to- the- 294h U.N. Gear-

eral Assembly . 96

C. Maxwell Stanley, president, Stanley Foundation 100

May 14, 197»—The Impact of Detente ,. „ , 119

William F. Buckley, Jr., editor-in-chief, The National Review 119

Alexander Dallin, Professor of History and Political Science;

Stanford University 122

The Impact of the Third World: Blehard A. Falk, Professor- of Inter-

national Law and Practice, Princeton University 153

M»y 15. 1975—The United Nations: Other Visions 181

Buckuiinster Fuller, architect 182,189

Richard Scammon, Elections Research Center 197

Bruno V. Barker,, chairman, American Bar Association; Advisory Corn^

mittee on World Peace Through Law 198, 202

Pauline Frederick, former U.N. correspondent fop NBC News 212

May 21.1975—The United Nations: Other Visions (continned)

William Sloane Coffin, chaplain, Tale University 238

Seymon Brown, Brookings- Institution 241

Norman Cousins, editor, Saturday Review 252

Alvin Toffler, author, "Fibture Shock" 260

Mty 22, 1975—The U.S. Role in the U.N.: Official Views—Ambassador

Win A. Scali, U.S. Representative to the United Notions; 304

Job* 4, 1975—Nomination of Daniel Patrick Mbynihan to be Representa-

*we of the United States to the Ulnited- Nations wit* the rank and status

of Ambassador. Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary 333

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