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The Report of the President’s Committee on International Information Activities, June 30, 1953 1

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The Report of the President’s Committee on International Information Activities, submitted June 30, 1953, presented recommendations regarding not only information policy but also the conduct of national security-related economic and political activities and special operations. Due to the length and nature of this report, it is presented in its entirety in this separate compilation. Regarding its preparation and the implementation of its recommendations, it should be considered in connection with the compilations on national security policy, pp. 1 ff., and foreign information program, pp. 1591 ff.

A copy of this report was transmitted to the Department of State. (PPS files, lot 64 D 563, “PCIIA”) For the White House press release issued on July 8, 1953, summarizing the report, see Department of State Bulletin, July 27, 1953, pp. 124–126.


[370] Report to the President by the President’s Committee on International Information Activities

Eisenhower Library, White House Office records, “Project ‘Clean Up’”


[371] Memorandum by Howland H. Sargeant to the Under Secretary of State (Smith)

S/SNSC files, lot 66 D 95, “Jackson Committee”


[373] Memorandum for the National Security Council by the Executive Secretary (Lay)

S/SNSC files, lot 66 D 95, “Jackson Committee”


[374] Memorandum for the National Security Council by the Executive Secretary (Lay)

S/SNSC files, lot 66 D 95, “Jackson Committee”