Fulbright Act

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A US act of 1946, named for the American senator William Fulbright (1905–95), which authorized funds from the sale of surplus war materials overseas to be used to finance exchange programmes of students and teachers between the US and other countries. The scheme was later supported by grants from the US government.

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