Ambassador to Japan Confirmation Hearing
The subcommittee heard testimony from former senator, vice president, and 1984 Democratic presidential nominee Walter Mondale in his… read more
The subcommittee heard testimony from former senator, vice president, and 1984 Democratic presidential nominee Walter Mondale in his confirmation hearing to become U.S. ambassador to Japan. Following introductory remarks by members of Congress, Mr. Mondale spoke on the future agenda for the U.S. concerning foreign policy toward Japan, and responded to questions on U.S. trade policies with Japan. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Thomas "Tom" S. Foley U.S. Representative [D] Washington
- George J. Mitchell U.S. Senator [D] Maine
- Walter Mondale Ambassador United States->Japan
- Paul Wellstone U.S. Senator [D] Minnesota
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