U.S. Assistance to the Dominican Republic: Hearing, Ninety-third Congress, First Session

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Page 11 - Army is now, where we are going and how we are going to get there.
Page 30 - Administration, the Organization of American States, and the specialized agencies of the United Nations and individual governments.
Page 10 - I think one of the most important things that we can do in...
Page 7 - I think this can be accounted for in considerable measure because of the feeling both on the US side and on the Dominican side that the degree of...
Page 13 - It would be comparatively small at this point but I think it might be of some interest to...
Page 10 - ... so that they are in a better position to participate in the development process and make the types of decisions necessary to improve their countries.
Page 18 - ROBINSON. Employment opportunities and wage rates in the United States have long acted as a magnet for Dominicans. In part emigration has occurred because of relatively high unemployment and somewhat limited employment opportunities.
Page 18 - Dominicans attack the root development problems. To the extent that development does take place and employment opportunities are increased, one of the major reasons for the extensive migration will be removed.

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