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To establish the United States Academy of Peace
U.S. Commission on Proposals for the National Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution.
|LC Classifications||JX1908.U6 N3738 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 386 p. :|
|Number of Pages||386|
|LC Control Number||81600088|
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The proposed design for the Academy of Peace is covered, along with the major findings and conclusions of the Commission. Appendices include draft legislation for the academy, the text of Title XV--Part B of Public Law which appears as chapter 1 of the final report, TO ESTABLISH THE UNITED STA TES ACADEMY OF PEACE.
America's heritage, power, and prestige make the United States a major force for international peace. About the Academy. Peacebuilding can be learned, and with the right knowledge and resources, those working to make peace possible can create lasting global change.
Learn more About the Academy To establish the United States Academy of Peace book. Section 4(6) would create an "Endowment of the United States Academy of Peace" and Section 5(b)(1) would authorize the academy to establish a "Center for International Peace" for.
To establish the United States Academy of Peace: report of the Commission on Proposals for the National Academy of To establish the United States Academy of Peace book and Conflict Resolution to the President of the United States and the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States Congress.
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