WHCF Subject File - PC: Peace

According to the White House Central Files manual, this category was for "material pertaining to promoting peace in the world and achieving disarmament through efforts such as use of atomic power and nuclear energy, improving the standards of living and raising the status of man."

Exceptions are: atomic weapons, defense and security (see ND); non-military use of atomic and nuclear energy (see AT); Atoms for Peace (see AT); peace conferences (see FO).


PC: Peace
Executive 65 pp. / General 70 pp.
Material of a general nature expressing the desire for world peace and offering possible solutions, particularly correspondence from children. Several cross-references relating to Presidential meetings and Nobel Peace Prize nominations.

PC 1: Disarmament
Executive 25 pp. / General 2 pp.
Miscellaneous materials, especially cross-references, on U.S. disarmament policy and related legislation. Topics include the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty and the Treaty on Peaceful Nuclear Explosions. Also contains material on the Continental Walk for Disarmament and Social Justice.

PC 2: Food Program
Executive 85 pp. / General 30 pp.
Materials on the Food for Peace program, Senator Hatfield's proposal for appointment of a Food Administrator, and miscellaneous agricultural aid programs.

PC 3: International Executive Service Corps Program
Executive 1 p. / General none
One cross-reference on U.S. embassy relations with the International Corps of Executives In Service.

PC 4: Medical Assistance Program
Executive 4 pp. / General 17 pp.
Cross-references on the Peace Corps organization and program.

PC 5: Peace Corps Program
Executive 4 pp. / General 17 pp.
Cross-references on the Peace Corps organization and program.

PC 6: People-to-People Program
Executive 80 pp. / General 25 pp.
Materials on private programs to improve international relations. Topics include the People-to-People program, Sister Cities International, the proposed Family of Man program, Sacred Torch Ceremonies, and offers to host a meeting between the presidents of the U.S. and Mexico.

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