Ford Foundation. Study Group on Southern Africa

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William Scranton, American political leader, was born in Connecticut. He served as a pilot in World War II and then studied law, graduating from Yale University in 1946. He then practiced law in Scranton, Pa., a city named after his ancestors. Scranton held several political positions: Asst. to the Secretary of State, 1959-60; member of Congress 1960-62; governor of Pa., 1963-67; and U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., 1976-1977.

From the description of Records, 1984-1988. (Temple University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 122541779

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creatorOf Ford Foundation Study Group on Southern Africa. Records, 1984-1988. Temple University Libraries, Paley Library
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associatedWith African National Congress. corporateBody
associatedWith Africa Support Group. corporateBody
associatedWith Botha, P. W. person
associatedWith Chissano, Joaquim Alberto, 1939- person
associatedWith Concerned Citizens for South Africa. corporateBody
associatedWith Ford Foundation. corporateBody
associatedWith KwaZulu Natal Joint Executive Authority. corporateBody
associatedWith Scranton, William Warren, 1917- person
associatedWith Thomas, Franklin A. person
associatedWith Tutu, Desmond. person
associatedWith UNICEF. corporateBody
associatedWith United Nations. Division for Economic and Social Information. corporateBody
associatedWith Voorhes, Meg. person
Place Name Admin Code Country
South Africa
United States
Angola
Mozambique
Southern Africa
Namibia
Subject
Apartheid
Anti-apartheid movement
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Active 1984

Active 1988

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