4 edition of Hearings, 88th Congress, 1963-1964. found in the catalog.
Hearings, 88th Congress, 1963-1964.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce
|LC Classifications||KF27.I55 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||76008122|
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In addition, hearings may also be purely exploratory in nature, providing testimony and data about topics of current interest. Most congressional hearings are published two months to two years after they are held. 88th Congress ( - ) 87th Congress ( - ) 86th Congress ( - ) 85th Congress ( - ) Related Resources.
contain all of the material received by Congress. The records of the 88th Congress () include over 25 feet of petitions and memorials and letters on this emotional subject. Arrangement note The records are arranged by type and opinion: petitions supporting the right to have prayer in school (7.
January economic report of the President. Hearings 88th Congress, 1st Session, pursuant to Sec. 5(a) of Public Law (79th Congress), Janu 29, Novemberpp. pursuant to Senate Resolut 88th Congress --[Part 11] Interim index to parts of hearings held duringSeptember 97 p.
Reviews User-contributed reviews. The Hearings United States Congress was a 88th Congress of the legislative branch of the United States federal government, composed of the United States Senate and the United States House of met in Washington, D.C.
from 1963-1964. book 3,to January 3,during the last year of the administration of 88th Congress. President John F.
Kennedy, and the first of the administration of his successor. CIS Index to Unpublished U.S. Senate Committee Hearings, 18th Congressth Congress, Washington: Congressional Information Service, Inc.; volumes.
REF KF. volumes 88th Congress also: Congressional Masterfile 1 88th Congress is a guide to the unpublished Senate hearings contained in Record Group Many hearings that were initially. Congress Overview. Democrats retained control of Congress after the elections. Following the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Senate approved the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, and in the wake of President John F.
Kennedy’s assassination, the 88th Congress (–) desegregated public accommodations with the Civil Rights Act of Congress passed programs to combat the causes. Citing the Records of Congress. The purpose of any citation is to promote the easy retrieval of the materials cited.
To facilitate retrieval of unpublished congressional records, researchers should identify the following elements in the citation: record, file unit, series, Congress, record group, and repository.
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records of the armed services committee and its. U.S. Congress, Memorial Services Held in the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, Together with Remarks Presented in Eulogy of Carey Estes Kefauver, Late a Senator from Tennessee, 88th Congress, 1st session, Washington: Government Printing Office, Plan a Visit to the Capitol.
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Information about our Congressional Committee pages that provides access to committee reports and legislation considered by committees. This is a complete list of members of the United States House of Representatives during the 88th United States Congress listed by seniority.
As an historical article, the districts and party affiliations listed reflect those during the 88th Congress (January 3, – January 3, ). Dates of Sessions of Congress. Days in Session () Joint Sessions & Meetings of Congress.
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Government. An unapologetic activist, Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., left his mark on Congress during his 12 terms in the House of Representatives. Viewed by his Harlem constituents as a dedicated crusader for civil rights, Powell earned the loyalty and respect of many African Americans with his confrontational approach to racial discrimination.
Never one to shun the spotlight, the outspoken New York minister. Throughout the remaining months of the 88th Congress (), the Senate debated S. Res. and passed the Amendment with a roll call vote of on Septem However, Congress adjourned in October without taking further action, ensuring that the issue would carry over into the 89th Congress.
1 ←. The bulk of subcommittee minutes, which make up 19 feet of the total 32 feet of committee minutes, are actually transcripts of subcommittee hearings rather than minutes per se.
The subcommittee records are discussed in more detail below. The sole docket book among the committee's records is that for the 80th Congress ( Senate committee hearings held on these th Congress measures The "Committees" tab in legislative records is a good place to find the date and name of committees that held hearings.
The Tualatin River Basin Water Supply Enhancement Act of is an example of a bill for which both House and Senate committees held hearings. "Search Specific Books" contains a list of Almanacvolumes that can be selected to focus your search on particular volumes.
Click on the button "Search Specific Books" to activate this feature and then click on the book you wish to search. To select more than one book, hold down the .88th Congress () Francis E.
Walter (D-Pennsylvania), Chairman —Died Richard H. Ichord (D-Missouri) —Member of the committee in Get this from a library! CIS index to unpublished US Senate committee hearings: 18th Congressth Congress, [Congressional Information Service.;].