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The United States Information Agency (USIA) was a United States agency devoted to public diplomacy. It was established in 1953 and disbanded in 1999.

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IA 1.1:    Report to Congress 1953-
IA 1.1/3:    Office of Inspector General, Semiannual Report to the Congress
IA 1.2:    General Publications
IA 1.6/2:    Handbooks, Manuals, Guides
IA 1.6/3:    VOA, Voice of America, English Broadcast Guide
IA 1.6/4:    VOA, Voice of America, Broadcast Schedule for Languages Other than English
IA 1.8:    Problems of Communism 1952-
IA 1.14/2:    Ameryka (America Illustrated)
IA 1.17:    English Teaching Forum 1963-
IA 1.26:    USIA Telephone Directory
IA 1.27:    Bibliographies and Lists of Publications
IA 1.27/2:    VCR and Film Catalog
IA 1.28:    USIA Private Sector Committees Annual Report
IA 1.29:    Opportunities Abroad for Educators
IA 1.30:    USIA Video Library Catalog
IA 1.31:    Posters
IA 1.32:    USIA Info Base
IA 1.32/2:    Electronic Products
IA 1.33:    USIA Strategic Information Resources Management (IRM) Plan, Fiscal Year
IA 1.35:    U.S. Society & Values
IA 1.36:    Issues of Democracy
IA 1.38:    U.S. Foreign Policy Agenda
IA 1.39:    Global Issues 


This guide was based on work presented by Chris Brown at the University of Denver.  For the original guide see  Additional information was provided by Donna Andriot's Guide to U.S. Government Publications 2009 edition.

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