Submission of the Vietnam Conflict to the United Nations, Hearings Before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, Ninetieth Congress, First Session on S. Con. Res. 44 Providing That it is the Sense of the Congress That the President Should Submit a Resolution to the United Nations for Final and Binding Improvement of Peace in Southeast Asia in Accordance with the Appropriate Article of the United Nations Charter, S. Res. 180 A Sense of the Senate Resolution Seeking United States Initiative to Assure United Nations Security Council Consideration of Vietnam Conflict, October 26, 27, and November 2, 1967   [open pdf - 42MB]

These are the October 26, 27, and November 2, 1967 hearings titled "Submission of the Vietnam Conflict to the United Nations" held before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. From the opening statement of Mike Mansfield: "The Committee on Foreign Relations is meeting this day to begin a series of hearings on Senate Concurrent Resolution 44, which urges the United States to submit the Vietnam issue to the United Nations. This resolution has been submitted by the distinguished senior Senator from Oregon, Senator Morse, who, to the best of my knowledge, has been urging for at least 2 and possibly 3 years, that the matter of Vietnam be taken to the United Nations, and has been most consistent in that respect." Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Elton Atwater, Jonathan B. Bingham, Benjamin V. Cohen, Arthur J. Goldberg, Ernest A. Gross, Neal Potter, Quincy Wright, and Charles W. Yost.

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