The Senate Foreign Relations Committee on African Affairs questions Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on U.S. aid to Angola. The subcommittee includes: Senator Dick Clark (D-IA), Sen. Charles Percy (R-IA), and Sen. Joseph Biden (D-DE). Part 1 of this program features WBAI reporter Katherine Ferguson giving a background of the Angolan conflict, followed by the subcommittee's opening remarks, and Henry Kissinger presenting his views on Angola to the Subcommittee. In Part 2, the subcommittee questions Kissinger. Recorded live in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Room on January 29, 1976.
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