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Philip Burton was a Democratic [[Party]] California Congressman.
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Philip Burton was a [[Democratic Party]] California Congressman.
  
World Peace Council==
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==World Peace Council==
  
The first official conference of the Soviet front World peace Council in the US was the [[Dialogue on Disarmament and Detente]] held January 25-27, 1978, in Washington, DC.
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The first official conference of the Soviet front [[World Peace Council]] in the US was the [[Dialogue on Disarmament and Detente]] held January 25-27, 1978, in Washington, DC.
  
A luncheon was held to honor World Peace Council president Romesh Chandra that was attended<ref>Information Digest Vol XI #4 2/24/78 pp 62-65</ref>by California Congressmen Philip Burton, [[Don Edwards]], [[Ron Dellums]], and New York rep. [[Charles Rangel]].
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A luncheon was held to honor World Peace Council president [[Romesh Chandra]] that was attended<ref>Information Digest Vol XI #4 2/24/78 pp 62-65</ref>by California Congressmen Philip Burton, [[Don Edwards]], [[Ron Dellums]], and New York rep. [[Charles Rangel]].
  
 
==References==
 
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Revision as of 23:24, 22 July 2009

Philip Burton...

Philip Burton was a Democratic Party California Congressman.

World Peace Council

The first official conference of the Soviet front World Peace Council in the US was the Dialogue on Disarmament and Detente held January 25-27, 1978, in Washington, DC.

A luncheon was held to honor World Peace Council president Romesh Chandra that was attended[1]by California Congressmen Philip Burton, Don Edwards, Ron Dellums, and New York rep. Charles Rangel.

References

  1. Information Digest Vol XI #4 2/24/78 pp 62-65

Affiliations: Democratic Party