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Box 132

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Box 132: 92nd Congress, Congressional Operations Joint Committee Report - Education and Labor Committee, Labor

F 1: 92nd Congress, Congressional Operations Joint Committee Report, 1971 Oct. - 1971 Nov.

Topics include the United States Congress and the Legislative Reorganization Act. Correspondents include Jack Brooks and Lee Metcalfe.

F 2: 92nd Congress, Consumer Affairs, General, 1970 Nov. - 1972 Dec.

Topics include consumer education, consumer protection, and the Moorehead Amendment. Correspondents include Richard M. Nixon, Benjamin S. Rosenthal, the Communications Workers of America, and the President's Committee on Consumer Interest.

F 3: 92nd Congress, Consumer Affairs, Meat Boycott, 1973 Apr.

F 4: 92nd Congress, Crime Select Committee, Drugs, 1971 Jan. - 1972 Nov.

Topics include alcoholism, drug abuse, heroin habit, and marijuana and schools. Correspondents include Claude Pepper.

F 5: 92nd Congress, Crime Select Committee, General, 1971 Jan. - 1972 Sept.

Topics include juvenile delinquents, law enforcement, riots, school violence, and Joe B. Hunt.

F 6: 92nd Congress, District of Columbia Committee, General, 1971 Jan. - 1972 Nov.

Topics include crime, hospitals, police, and Washington (D.C.) politics and government. Correspondents include Charles C. Diggs, Walter E. Fauntroy, Donald M. Fraser, Andrew Jacobs, John L. McMillan, Abner J. Mikva, William L. Scott, and George M. White.

F 7: 92nd Congress, District of Columbia Committee, Home Rule, 1971 Mar. - 1972 Aug.

Topics include Washington (D.C.). Correspondents include Thomas G. Abernathy, Brock Adams, Charles C. Diggs, Donald M. Fraser, Edith Green, Gilbert Gude, Michael J. Harrington, George S. McGovern, John L. McMillan, William S. Stuckey and the Americans for Democratic Action.

F 8: 92nd Congress, District of Columbia Committee, Revenue Bill, 1971 Nov.

Topics include taxation and Washington (D.C.). Correspondents include John L. McMillan.

F 9: 92nd Congress, District of Columbia Committee, Transportation, 1971 Nov. - 1972 Oct.

Topics include bus lines, subway, and Metro. Correspondents include Ancher Nelson.

F 10: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Black Lung, 1971 Aug. - 1972 May.

Topics include the Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act amendments. Correspondents include John N. Erlenborn, Carl Dewey Perkins, United Mine Workers of America, and United States Social Security Administration.

F 11: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Child Care, 1971 Mar. - 1972 July.

Topics include day care centers.

F 12: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Child Development, 1971 May - 1972 May.

Topics include child care, day care centers, Head Start Programs, and Economic Opportunity Act amendments. Correspondents include John Brademas, Leon Jaworski, Carl Dewey Perkins, and the American Bar Association.

F 13: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Child Nutrition, 1971 May - 1972 Oct.

Topics include the School Lunch Program.

F 14: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Compulsory Arbitration, 1972 Feb. - 1972 July.

Topics include industrial arbitration, labor disputes, and strikes and lockouts. Correspondents include the Communications Workers of America.

F 15: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Compulsory Unionism, 1971 Jan. - 1972 Nov.

Topics include trade-unions. Correspondents include Dominick V. Daniels, Thaddeus J. Dulski, and Carl Dewey Perkins.

F 16: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Dock Strikes, 1971 Aug. - 1972 June.

Topics include the longshoremen's strike. Correspondents include the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii.

F 17: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Economic Opportunity Act Extensions, 1971 July - 1972 July.

Topics include the United States Office of Economic Opportunity, Economic Opportunity Act amendments, Emergency Food and Medical Services Program, and the Foster Grandparents Program. Correspondents include Carl Dewey Perkins.

F 18: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Education, 1971 Jan. - 1972 Dec.

Topics include adult education, church school, student loan funds, teachers pensions, the United States Dept. of Education, and the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Correspondents include Charles E. Bennett, Carl Dewey Perkins, the National Advisory Council on Adult Education, the National Education Association, and the President's National Advisory Council on Supplementary Centers and Services.

F 19: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Emergency Employment Act, 1971 May - 1972 Aug.

Topics include public service employment and unemployment. Correspondents include Carl Dewey Perkins.

F 20: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Emergency School Assistance, 1971 Oct. - 1972 Apr.

Topics include busing for school integration and federal aid to education. Correspondents include Carl Dewey Perkins.

F 21: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Equal Education Opportunities, 1970 Oct. - 1972 Oct.

Topics include busing for school integration. Correspondents include James C. Corman, John D. Dingell, William David Ford, Martha Wright Griffiths, Lucien Norbert Nedzi, James G. O'Hara, and the United States Commission on Civil Rights.

F 22: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Equal Employment Opportunities Enforcement Act, 1971 Apr. - 1972 Mar.

Topics include the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Affirmative Action Programs.

F 23: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, General, 1970 Dec. - 1972 Oct.

Topics include aged, community development, drug abuse, medical care, urban renewal, and the Anti - Poverty Bill. Correspondents include Carl Dewey Perkins.

F 24: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Head Start Programs, 1971 Jan. - 1971 May.

F 25: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Handicapped, 1971 Mar. - 1972 Nov.

Topics include blind and deaf.

F 26-27: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Higher Education, 1971 Feb. - 1972 Nov.

Topics include busing for school integration, federal aid to higher education, student aid, vocational education, work-study programs, youth vamps, and Green Institutional Aid Formula. Correspondents include David Hall, Carl Dewey Perkins, Julian J. Rothbaum, and the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.

F 28: 92nd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Labor, 1971 Feb. - 1972 Nov.

Topics include apprentices, construction industry employees, full employment policies, trade-unions, wages, and the Davis-Bacon Act. Correspondents include Henry S. Reuss and the Communications Workers of America.

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