Committee of 21
The Committee of 21—"delegates from the U.S. and its 20 neighbor republics of the hemisphere"—was formed in September 1958 by the Council of the Organization of American States "to study new measures for economic cooperation among the American nations." The Committee met in Washington, D.C., in October and November 1958; in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in April and May 1959; and Bogotá, Colombia, in September 1960. (Council of the Organization of American States, Special Committee to Study the Formulation of New Measures for Economic Cooperation, Act of Bogotá, October 11, 1960 [Washington, D.C., 1961], pp. 3 - 4.) 
Related SourceWatch Resources
- "Humanist Abroad," TIME Magazine, May 4, 1959.
- "Arabian Nights in B.A.," TIME Magazine, May 11, 1959.
- Document #1580; July 8, 1960. To Juscelino Kubitschek de Oliveira, Series: EM, AWF, International Series: Brazil, The Papers of Dwight David Eisenhower, Volume XX - The Presidency: Keeping the Peace, Part IX: Shattered Dreams; March 1960 to July 1960, Chapter 22: Disaster in Paris.
- "Coming to Grips," TIME Magazine, September 12, 1960.
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