January 05, 1959
MOSCOW DISPATCH NO. 375, SOME CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING US POLICY TOWARD THE USSR
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get citationForeign Service Officer David Mark, reporting in Moscow Dispatch No. 375, suggests changes in US policy to embrace reduction of “pressure-generating activities” on Eastern Europe, including Radio Free Europe (RFE). Ambassador Llwellyn E. Thompson dissents but suggests that RFE broadcasts might be halted in exchange for an end to Soviet jamming [of Voice of America and other Western broadcasts]."Moscow Dispatch No. 375, Some Considerations Regarding US Policy Toward the USSR," January 05, 1959, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Obtained and contributed to CWIHP by A. Ross Johnson. Reference Ch6, p172 in his book Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty, CIA mandatory declassification review document number C05373967. http://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/115025
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