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The Peace Corps.

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Editor: Madow, Pauline
Published: New York, H.W. Wilson Co., 1964.
Series: Reference shelf ; v. 36, no. 2.
Topics: United States - Peace Corps. | Peace Corps (U.S.) | Peace Corps (États-Unis)
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100 1 |aMadow, Pauline,|eeditor.
245 14|aThe Peace Corps.
260 |aNew York,|bH.W. Wilson Co.,|c1964.
300 |a172 pages|c20 cm.
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490 1 |aThe Reference shelf,|vv. 36, no. 2
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 164-172).
505 0 |aPreface -- I. Origins and objectives -- Editor's introduction -- Henry S. Reuss: A point four youth corps -- John F. Kennedy: An alternative to military service -- John F. Kennedy: A permanent Peace Corps -- William James: The moral equivalent of war -- H.G. Wells: World order in being -- Samuel P. Hayes: Promise and problems of a peace corps -- II. Recruiting, training, and organization -- Editor's introduction -- Charles E. Wingenbach: Training in action -- Project Tanganyika -- Operations of the Peace Corps -- Jean Ellickson: Librarian in the Peace Corps -- R. Sargent Shriver, Jr.: The first year was tough -- III. Accomplishments -- Editor's introduction -- Fulton Freeman: Community development in Colombia -- Pioneers -- Milan J. Kubic: Sen̄pr Ron -- Peace Corps couple typify new trend -- Margaret Michelle McEvoy: "You just plunge in" -- John F. Kennedy: Enlarging the Peace Corps -- R. Sargent Shriver, Jr.: Peace Corps successes -- IV. Extending the Peace Corps idea -- Editor's introduction -- John F. Kennedy: Domestic youth services -- Gertrude Samuels: A Peace Corps for our own bleak areas -- Helen B. Shaffer: Opposition to a domestic corps -- Harlan Cleveland: A United Nations Peace Corps -- David Rockefeller: Businessmen organized for peace -- V. Evaluation -- Editor's introduction -- Benjamin DeMott: Objective: Local democratic action -- Thomas W. Ottenad: The Peace Corps wins its way -- Unsentimental journey -- David Barnett: Volunteers resent "hero" role -- R. Sargent Shriver, Jr.: Some questions and answers -- Roy H. Hoopes, Jr.: Challenge and response -- R. Sargent Shriver, Jr.: The Peace Corps' strength -- Bibliography.
520 |aHistory, functions, and achievements of the Corps as reported by government officials and observers of world affairs.
610 20|aPeace Corps (U.S.)
610 26|aPeace Corps (États-Unis)
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650 4|aUnited States|xPeace Corps.
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