For further information please see agreement text – Bowdoin

Producers at Picrow swiftly agreed to sign on to the AFM television and new media agreement after musicians from the Los Angeles musicians union spoke out publicly late last month asking where was the pride for musicians, pointing out the unequal treatment of musicians who were not covered under a labor contract unlike all the actors, writers, directors, crew and other workers. AFM Local 47 (Los Angeles, CA) musicians, union officials, and JLC Western Region Executive Director Leslie Gersicoff leaflet outside a Transparent shoot March 29. The treaty was extended to include Canada (1948), Australia (1956) and New Zealand (1956). In 1955, the agreement was updated to designate Canada, Australia and New Zealand as “UKUSA-collaborating Commonwealth countries”.[21] Other countries that joined as “third parties” were Norway (1952), Denmark (1954) and West Germany (1955). Fourteen Eyes refers to the intelligence group that consists of the 5 Eyes member countries plus Belgium,

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