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Box 159

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Box 159: 93rd Congress, Education and Labor - Government Operations Committee

F 1: 93rd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, School Lunch, 1973 Aug. - 1974 May.

Topics include the National School Lunch Program.

F 2: 93rd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Strikes, 1973 Jan. - 1974 Nov.

Topics include a boycott.

F 3: 93rd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Summer Jobs Program, 1973 Apr. - 1974 July.

Topics include the United States National Youth Corps.

F 4: 93rd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Vocational Rehabilitation, 1973 Feb. - 1974 Nov.

Correspondents include Carl Dewey Perkins.

F 5: 93rd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Workmen's Compensation, 1973 Oct. - 1974 Aug.

Topics include workers' compensation.

F 6: 93rd Congress, Education and Labor Committee, Youth Camp Safety Act, 1974 Sept. - 1974 Nov.

F 7: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Atlantic Union, 1973 Mar. - 1973 June.

F 8: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Cambodia, 1973 Apr. - 1974 Dec.

Topics include the Vietnamese Conflict and Cambodia. Correspondents include Les Aspin, Silvio O. Conte, Marvin L. Esch, Gilbert Gude, James P. Johnson, Robert N. Nix, Paul N. McCloskey, Donald W. Riegle, and John F. Sieberling.

F 9: 93rdCongress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Cuba, 1973 Feb. - 1974 Nov.

F 10: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Cyprus Crisis, 1974 June - 1974 Dec.

Topics include American military assistance in Turkey.

F 11: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Foreign Aid, 1973 Jan. - 1974 Dec.

Topics include economic assistance and military assistance.

F 12: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Foreign Trade, 1972 Dec. - 1974 Dec.

Topics include international trade and the Burke-Hartke Bill. Correspondents include United Auto Workers of America.

F 13-14: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, General, 1973 Jan. - 1974 Sept.

Topics include arms control, foreign investments, and the Genocide Treaty. Correspondents include Donald M. Fraser, Mike Mansfield, Benjamin S. Rosenthal, Antonio Borja Won Pat, the AFL-CIO, and the United States Congress House Committee on Foreign Affairs.

F 15: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Korea, 1973 Apr. - 1974 Aug. $a Korea (North).

Topics include Korea (South). Correspondents include Thomas E. Morgan.

F 16: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Middle East, 1973 Aug. - 1974 Dec.

Topics include the Israel - Arab War in 1973. Correspondents include William Ross Cotter, Thomas P. Tip O'Neill, and John J. Rhodes.

F 17: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Missing in Action and Prisoners of War, 1973 May - 1974 Sept.

Topics include the Vietnamese Conflict.

F 18: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, North Vietnam Aid, 1973 Mar. - 1974 Dec.

Topics include economic assistance.

F 19: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Panama Canal, 1973 Mar. - 1974 Dec.

F 20: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, People's Republic of China, 1973 June - 1974 Oct.

F 21-22: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Rhodesian Chrome, 1973 Feb. - 1974 Dec.

Topics include chromium and imports. Correspondents include Charles C. Diggs, John Brademas, John Herman Dent, Dante B Fascell, Donald M. Fraser, the American Bar Association, and the AFL-CIO.

F 23: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Solzhenitsyn, Alexander, 1974 Feb. - 1974 Apr.

Topics include Aleksandr Isaevich Solzhenitsyn.

F 24: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Soviet Union, 1973 Jan. - 1974 July.

Topics include the wheat trade and Jews in the Soviet Union.

F 25: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, United Nations, 1973 June - 1975 Nov.

Topics include the United Nations. Correspondents include Reza Pahlavi Mohammed, Shah of Iran, Daniel P. Moynihan, and the United Nations General Assembly.

F 26: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Vietnam, 1973 Jan. - 1974 Nov.

Topics include the Vietnamese Conflict.

F 27: 93rd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, War Powers Act, 1972 Feb. - 1973 Nov.

Topics include war and emergency powers.

F 28: 93rd Congress, Government Operations Committee, Campaign Financing Reform, 1973 May - 1974 Jan.

Topics include campaign funds.

F 29: 93rd Congress, Government Operations Committee, Consumer Protection, 1973 Mar. - 1974 Nov.

F 30: 93rd Congress, Government Operations Committee, Federal Records Management, 1974 Jan. - 1974 Oct.

Topics include government paperwork and the right of privacy. Correspondents include Robert F. Drinan, Robert J. Lagomarsino, and John P. Murthna.

F 31: 93rd Congress, Government Operations Committee, General, 1973 Jan. - 1974 Dec.

Topics include Chet Holifield, George Meany, Benjamin S. Rosenthal, Leo Joseph Ryan, Common Cause (U.S.), and United States General Accounting Office.

F 32: 93rd Congress, Government Operations Committee, Freedom of Information Act Amendments, 1974 Oct. - 1974 Dec.

Correspondents include Ralph Nader and the United Auto Workers of America.

F 33: 93rd Congress, Government Operations Committee, Office of Management and Budget, 1973 Jan. - 1974 Aug.

Topics include Roy L. Ash and United States Office of Management and Budget. Correspondents include John B. Anderson, John H. Buchanan, Sam J. Ervin, Teno Roncalio, and Alan W. Steelman.

F 34: 93rd Congress, Government Operations Committee, Procurement, 1973 May - 1974 Dec.

Topics include surplus government property. Correspondents include Jack Brooks and the Oklahoma State Dept. of Vocational and Technical Education.

F 35: 93rd Congress, Government Operations Committee, Reorganization Plan Number 2, 1973 Mar. - 1973 June.

Topics include the United States Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization and control of narcotics. Correspondents include Lawrence J. Hogan, Richard M. Nixon, and Elliot L. Richardson.

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