SWNCCState-War-Navy Coordinating Committee (Japan)
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Over a two-week period, representatives of the State, War, and Navy departments--the SWNCC Committee, which functioned somewhat like today's National Security Council--drafted a single, hard-hitting speech aimed at both Congress and a listening radio audience.
The SWNCC Subcommittee on Foreign Policy Information collected background material on Greece and Turkey and disseminated it to the press and interest groups.
The detailed rhetorical strategy that emerged from these deliberations received approval from the SWNCC on March 3 and became the basis of the various drafts of the presidential message, the final version of which was presented only nine days later (Russell 1971, 123).