JMAS-80 European Coal and Steel CommunityDocuments from 19 February 1953 to 16 March 1955
Content and Structure
Material concerning the Eisenhower Administration's interest in the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), includes: memorandum from Jean Monnet and other members of the High Authority of ECSC thanking Eisenhower for his support on the event "which marks the beginning of the unification of Europe",- memorandum to President from John Foster Dulles, Secretary of State, advising him to have Jean Monnet invited as official guest to Washington, in interests of European unity movement, and draft report on this meeting between Eisenhower, Dulles and High Authority of ECSC, where the development of a European Parliament was discussed and President stated support for European unity | letters exchanged between President and Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Senator Wiley and the Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Mr. Chiperfield, released to the press, regarding the request by the High Authority of ECSC for investment in a programme for improving productivity and to show support for economic and political integration,- text of Senate resolution regarding US loans and the Community, sent to Clarence Randall, Chairman of Foreign and Economic PolicyCommission,- F.O.A. statement calling for US support for reduction of trade barriers, states that an integrated Europe is the only solution to national cartel activities | text of television programme by NBC, "Meet the Press", with Jean Monnet, explains ECSC and US help for activities of the Community, European Army and integration in general.
Conditions of Access and Use
The originals are held in various Archives and Presidential Libraries in the USA