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Information Service was the main name of a fortnightly series of reports by the US-based Foreign Policy Association in the 1920s and early 1930s.
Information Service began in 1925 as "Editorial Information Service of the Foreign Policy Association". It adopted the shorter title in 1926. No issue or contribution copyright renewals were found for this serial. (More details) It ran under that name until 1931, and was succeeded by Foreign Policy Reports (which continued the volume numbering of this serial).
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1925: We list volume 1, number 6, titled "Extraterritoriality in China" and dated December 18, 1925.
- 1926: We list volume 1, supplement 1, titled "The Near East: A Survey of Political Trends in 1925" and dated March 1926.
- 1927: We list volume 3, number 5, titled "American Policy in China" and dated May 11, 1927.
- 1927: We list volume 3, special supplement 3, titled "America, the World's Banker: A Summary of American Foreign Investments" and dated June 1927.
- 1928: We list volume 4, special supplement 1, titled "The Ascendancy of the Dollar: A Summary of American Foreign Investments in 1927" and dated March 1928.
- 1928: We list volume 4, number 6, titled "The United States and the Nicaragua Canal" and dated May 25, 1928.
- 1929-1930: The Internet Archive has all of volume 5, covering March 20, 1929 through March 15, 1930.
- 1931: We list volume 6, number 26, titled "The Revolution in Brazil" and dated March 4, 1931.
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