Browse Items (37 total)

  • Collection: Dole Archives, Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics

Group of charts with graphical representations of U.S. food exports as measured by volume and cost. The graphs also compare U.S. exports to other countries and show the impact on the U.S. dollar.

Congressman Robert J. Dole presents his observations from the congressional trip to India. He emphasizes the need to organize and coordinate agriculture assistance through other countries, but he also states that progress in India has been made…

In this letter, Congressmen W. R. Poage and Robert J. Dole and Senator Jack Miller describe their trip to India and urge the Secretary of Agriculture to consider a donation of 1.8 million tons of grain to India. They argue that the donation should be…

This article raises many questions and contentions with the United States' foreign aid and Food for Peace programs. It argues that these programs are not producing the intended results and require major revision to bring about change in the countries…

The itinerary notes the major events of the Congressional Delegation trip to India from December 16 to December 21. Some of the key meetings and events include a tour of the drought area in Gaya, visiting the port area of Madras, several meetings…

This group of papers includes briefing material on Indian self-help measures in agricultural development; current Indian agricultural situation including the latest crop production outlook; third country food and food-connected aid to India; Bihar-UP…

The press release indicates that the purpose of the Congressional Delegation to India is to take a first-hand look at some of the accomplishments and problems of the Indian economy, with special focus on agriculture and food production. The release…

These letters primarily confirm Congressmen William R. Poage and Robert J. Dole's participation in the Congressional Delegation to India. The letters thank the Congressmen for their willingness to travel to India and observe the Food for Peace…

The article describes the U.S. decision on continued foreign aid and agricultural assistance to India after the Congressional Delegation traveled to that country. The grain shipments to India would end on January 1, 1967 if President Johnson did not…

Hyde Murray interviewing Congressman Dole about his impressions of a fair the Congressional delegation visited in Madras. Dole shares his impressions of the exhibits on family planning and local handicrafts and says that it is equal to most state…
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