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Box 5
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Working relations with John Foster Dulles; the Joint Chiefs of Staff; John Foster Dulles's understanding of military problems; "massive retaliation;" Lebanon; Suez; the Russian Sputnik and the arms race; relations between John Foster Dulles and President Eisenhower; John Foster Dulles's relations with Cabinet members; North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO); Dien Bien Phu; the Baghdad Pact and Central Treaty Organization (CENTO); personal relations with John Foster Dulles; Cuba. [PAC]
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The Catholic Church in Cuba, IV, 1988-2008
LAE097
19 boxes 4 items 7.7 linear feet

Princeton University. Library
This collection contains Catholic Church materials from Cuba. Types of material included are bulletins, evangelical tracts, religious serials, as well as instructional items, pamphlets, and flyers. The publications are mostly from La Habana and the provinces of Camagüey, Santiago de Cuba, Cienfuegos, Ciego de Ávila, Holguín, Santa Clara, and Pinar del Río. A handful of non-Catholic items published by the Sacro Arzobispado Ortodoxo Griego in La Habana are also included.
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Box 4
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The "positive loyalty" speech; John Foster Dulles on trips abroad and relations with officers in the field; Latin American relations (aid programs, the Caracas conference); Guatemala; working relations with John Foster Dulles; staff meetings; Cuba (detailed discussion of Batista and Castro); the Rio Conference; Milton Eisenhower's role in Latin American affairs; Richard Nixon's trip in 1958; Communism in Latin America; Kubitschek's "Operation Pan America;" the International Coffee Agreement; John Foster Dulles's knowledge of the Spanish language; arms policies in Latin America. [RDC]
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John Foster Dulles's relations with Congress; security problems and Senator McCarthy; John Foster Dulles's relations with the press; political appointments in the Department of State; bipartisanship in foreign policy; John Foster Dulles's relations with the President and other administrative leaders; the Aswan Dam proposal; Latin American Affairs (Cuba); John Foster Dulles's relations with foreign statesmen; the Hungarian revolt; John Foster Dulles's relations with his advisers; the Dulles family; John Foster Dulles's health. [RDC]
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Box 1
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The Japanese Peace Treaty; John Foster Dulles as negotiator at the United Nations; the Suez and Hungarian crises; United States-Mexican relations (oil expropriation, the Chamizal, etc.); Latin American affairs (communist infiltration and United States intervention, Guatemala, Cuba). [RDC]
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John Foster Dulles at the United Nations; relations between the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the State Department; official relations between Foster and Allen Dulles; John Foster Dulles's relations with the President; the U-2 program; Suez, Cuba. [PAC]