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., 192 Brindley, Thomas Α., 326n Britain, see United Kingdom (U.K.) British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), 40, 87 British Council, 35, 36n, 44, 59, 61, 69 Brock, Baxrington, 43 Brunauer, Esther, 97 Bulgaria, 168, 334 Burckhardt, Carl J., 187 Bureau international d'Education (BIE), 33, 33n, 34n, 56, 58, 76f, 88, 93, 135, 173, 225 Bureau international des poids et mesures, 46n Burma, 162 Butler, R. A., 35, 38, 57f, 60, 169 INDEX 367 Butts, Marie, 34n Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, 167, 333 Byrnes, James F., 42, 43n, 105 cabinet, 214, 216

right lines." Senator Benton brought to this 1950 Conference the thoughts he had earlier expressed in the United States. Ben­ ton termed a chimera the view that Unesco might serve as a bridge between East and West. He hinted at alternative U.S. strategies: General Lucius Clay would be given $16,500,000 for American programs of reeducation in Ger­ man. His speech, said a Manchester Guardian reporter, sent Torres Bodet "into the depths of despair."7 Later the Direc­ tor-General issued a warning that "we must take care to become neither auxiliaries nor victims in