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Executive N, 95th Cong., 1st sess.
THE PANAMA CANAL TREATY AND THE TREATY CONCERNING
THE PERMANENT NEUTRALITY AND OPERATION OF THE PAN-
AMA CANAL, SIGNED ON BEHALF OF THE UNITED STATES AT
THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN

STATES ON SEPTEMBER 7, 1977

SEPTEMBER 26, 27, 29, AND 30, AND OCTOBER 19, 1977

PART 1

ADMINISTRATION WITNESSES

Printed for the use of the Committee on Foreign Relations

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1977

96–949

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office

Washington, D.C. 20402

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COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS

JOHN SPARKMAN, Alabama, Chairman FRANK CHURCH, Idaho

CLIFFORD P. CASE, New Jersey CLAIBORNE PELL, Rhode Island

JACOB K. JAVITS, New York GEORGE NCGOVERN, South Dakota

JAMES B. PEARSON, Kansas HUBERT H. HUMPHREY, Minnesota CHARLES H. PERCY, Illinois DICK CLARK, Iowa

ROBERT P. GRIFFIN, Michigan
JOSEPH R. BIDEN, JR., Delaware

HOWARD H. BAKER, JR., Tennessee
JOHN GLENN, Ohio
RICHARD STONE, Florida
PAUL S. SARBANES, Maryland

NORVILL JONES, Chief of Staff
ABNER E. KENDRICK, Chief Clerk

S. Con. Res. 53

Agreed to November 3, 1977 Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That there be printed for the use of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations two thousand five hundred additional copies of each part of its hearings entitled “Panama Canal Treaties”. Attest:

J. S. KIMMITT.

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CONTENTS

Hearing days witnesses :

Page
Monday, September 26, 1977: Hon. Cyrus Vance, Hon. Ellsworth
Bunker, Hon. Sol Linowitz.-

1
Tuesday, September 27, 1977: Hon. Harold Brown, Gen. George S.
Brown, Adm. Robert L. J. Long, Lt. Gen. D. P. McAuliffe-

95

Thursday, September 29, 1977: Hon. Griffin B. Bell, Hon. Herbert J.

Hansell, Hon. Clifford L. Alexander, Jr., Hon. Harold R. Parfitt,

Hon. William J. Jorden.--

197

Friday, September 30, 1977: Hon. Brock Adams, Hon. Richard N.

Cooper, Hon. Anthony Solomon, Hon. Howard F. Casey-

Wednesday, October 19, 1977: Hon. Ellsworth Bunker, Hon. Sol Lino-

witz

453

Statements by :

Adams, Hon. Brock, Secretary of Transportation; accompanied by

Assistant Secretary for Governmental Affairs Terry Bracy and As-

sistant Secretary for Administration Edward Scott --

336

Alexander, Hon. Clifford A., Jr., Secretary of the Army---

269

Bell, Hon. Griffin B., Attorney General of the United States ; accom-

panied by H. Miles Foy, Office of Legal Counsel, Department of

Justice

198

Brown, Gen. George S., Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff

98

Brown, Hon. Harold, Secretary of Defense..

95

Bunker, Hon. Ellsworth, Ambassador at Large and co-negotiator of

the Panama Canal Treaties and the Hon. Sol Linowitz, co-negotiator

of the Panamal Canal Treaties ; accompanied by Lt. Gen. W. G.

Dolvin, Department of the Army, Panama Canal negotiating team - 15, 454

Casey, Hon. Howard F., Deputy Assistant Secretary for Maritime

Affairs, Maritime Administration, Department of Commerce-

443

Cooper, Hon. Richard N., Under Secretary for Economic Affairs,

Department of State; accompanied by Mr. Richard Camaur, Eco-

nomic Affairs Adviser, Panama Canal negotiating team.--

374

Hansell, Hon. Herbert J., legal adviser, Department of State; accom-

panied by Mr. Mark Feldman, Deputy Legal Adviser, Department of

Justice

212

Jorden, Hon. William J., U.S. Ambassador to Panama.-

279

Linowitz, Hon. Sol., Conegotiator, Panama Canal Treaties, Department

of State.

19, 454

Long, Adm. Robert L. J., Vice Chief of Naval Operations, Department
of the Navy---

100
McAuliffe, Lt. Gen. D. P., commander in chief, U.S. Southern Com-

mand

102

Parfitt, Hon. H. R., Governor of the Canal Zone -

273

Solomon, Hon. Anthony, Under Secretary for Monetary Affairs, De-

partment of the Treasury---

385

Vance, Hon. Cyrus, Secretary of State ---

10

Insertions for the record :

Prepared statement of Hon. Sol M. Linowitz --

24

List of treaties transferring territory or property belonging to the

United States without authorization by act of Congress-

29

Letter to Hon. Daniel K. Inouye, chairman, Committee on Intelligence,

from Hon. John Sparkman, chairman, Committee on Foreign Rela-
tions dated September 22, 1977---

36

Canal transits by ships of Central Powers_-

Panama Canal net ton.-

42

Reaction of non-Western Powers to treaty.

68

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