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Box 238

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Box 238: John Barriere Memos - 92nd Congress, Speaker's Legislative Office, Official Communications

F 1: John Barriere Memos, 1965 Sep. - 1965 Nov.

Topics include House Democratic Steering Committee (U.S.), discrimination in employment, municipal home rule, minimum wage, Washington (D.C.) politics and government, Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1965, Great Society, and the Sisk Bill. Correspondents include John E. Barriere.

F 2: John Barriere Memos, 1966 Jan. - 1966 Jun.

Topics include the House Democratic Steering Committee (U.S.), discrimination in employment, loans, municipal home rule, rent subsidies, minimum wage, United States economic conditions, Washington (D.C.) politics and government, loan pools, Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1965, and the International Health Act of 1966. Correspondents include John E. Barriere.

F 3: John Barriere Memos, 1967 Jan. - 1967 Dec.

Topics include the House Democratic Steering Committee (U.S.), reorganization of administrative agencies, aged, agriculture, air pollution, child welfare, public debts, domestic economic assistance law and legislation in the United States, economic indicators, education, food relief in India, health, flood insurance, local transit, picketing law and legislation, segregation, taxation, Appalachian Region, United States Armed Forces Reserves, Washington (D.C) politics and government, silver certificates, General Electric Forum, Civil Rights Act of 1967, Legislative Reorganization Bill, Madden Bill, and the Monroney Bill. Correspondents include John E. Barriere.

F 4: John Barriere Memos, 1968 Jan. - 1968 Mar.

Topics include John M. Murphy, Export-Import Bank of the United States, House Democratic Steering Committee (U.S.), civil rights, cotton, industrial safety, occupational training, Los Padres National Forest (Calif.), Staten Island (N.Y.), San Rafael Wilderness (Calif.), Arts and Humanities Foundation Act Amendments, Manpower Retraining Act, and Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1968. Correspondents include John E. Barriere.

F 5: John Barriere Memos, 1969 Jan. - 1969 Dec.

Topics include Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard M. Nixon, House Democratic Steering Committee (U.S.), United States Congress House Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Congress House Committee on Education and Labor, United States Congress House Committee on Foreign Affairs, United States Congress House Committee on Government Operations, United States Congress House Committee on the Judiciary, United States Congress House Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, United States Congress House Committee on Public Works, banks and banking taxation, coal mines and mining safety measures, education, food stamp program, oil pollution of water, railroads employees pensions, rural telephone, voting, United States onstitutional law amendments, and the Saint Louis Chamber of Commerce. Correspondents include John E. Barriere.

F 6: John Barriere Memos, 1970 Feb. - 1970 Nov.

Topics include House Democratic Steering Committee (U.S.), United States Congress elections, reorganization of administrative agencies, cost and standard of living, housing, local transit, sewer-pipe, unemployment, water-pipes, and the Emergency Community Facilities Act. Correspondents include John E. Barriere.

F 7: John Barriere Memos, 1971 Jan. - 1971 May.

Topics include Edith Green, Richard M. Nixon, House Democratic Steering Committee (U.S.), United States Congress committees seniority system, budget of the United States, education, public service employment, public works, revenue sharing, unemployment, voting, wages, minimum wage, Appalachian Region, United States constitutional law amendments, debt limit, Mississippi Challenge, Citizens' Committee on Natural Resources, Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1968, and Wage-Price Control Bill. Correspondents include John E. Barriere.

F 8: John Barriere Memos, 1971 Jul. - 1971 Dec.

Topics include George Meany, Richard M. Nixon, AFL-CIO, House Democratic Steering Committee (U.S.), United States Office of Economic Opportunity, wages, minimum wage, revenue sharing, public works, public service employment, water pollution, higher education, broadcasting policy, television in politics, radio in politics, press and politics, economic stabilization law and legislation, emigration and immigration law, health, electioneering, public opinion polls, income tax deductions, political contributions, United States foreign assistance law and legislation, campaign reform, consumer agency, Antipoverty Bill, and the Gallup Poll. Correspondents include John E. Barriere.

F 9: John Barriere Memos, 1972 Jan. - 1972 Jun.

Topics include Richard M. Nixon, Democratic Party (U.S.), House Democratic Steering Committee (U.S.), National Science Foundation (U.S.), United States Congress House Committee on Education and Labor, United States Dept. of State, United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration, United States Office of Economic Opportunity, electioneering, public opinion polls, discrimination in employment, wages, minimum wage, economics in the United States, housing, rural development, public investments, water Pollution, strikes and lockouts of stevedores, strikes and lockouts of railroads, revenue sharing, emigration and immigration law, education, radio in politics, television in politics, lung dust diseases, land use, social security, Indochina, Washington (D.C.) politics and government, campaign reform, political broadcasting, Community Development Department, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, Anti-War Resolution, Community Facilities Act of 1972, Equal Time Law, the Gallup Poll, Waggonner Resolution, and the Water Quality Standards Act. Correspondents include John E. Barriere.

F 10: John Barriere Memos, 1972 Jul. - 1972 Sep.

Topics include House Democratic Steering Committee (U.S.), United States Commission on Civil Rights, United States Congress House Committee on Foreign Affairs, United States Economic Development Administration, busing for school integration, foreign trade regulation, highway law, public works, wages, minimum wage, water pollution, United States Armed Forces military construction operations, strategic arms, Emergency "Agnes" Bill, Export Control Act, SALT II, and the Ervin Amendment. Correspondents include John E. Barriere.

F 11: John Barriere Memos, 1972 Dec. - 1973 Jun.

Topics include George H. Mahon, Democratic Caucus (U.S.), House Democratic Steering Committee (U.S.), House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee (U.S.), United States Congress House Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Office of Economic Opportunity, United States budget, devaluation of currency, economic stabilization, employment (economic theory), executive impoundment of appropriated funds, highway law, housing, insurance, flood, local transit, manpower policy, public service employment, strikes and lockouts of railroads, Vietnam Conflict, 1961-1975, wage-price policy, Watergate Affair 1972-1974, and Public Works and Economic Development Act. Correspondents include John E. Barriere, Dante B. Fascell, Donald M. Fraser, and Wright Patman.

F 12: John Barriere Memos, 1973 Jul. - 1973 Dec.

Topics include House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee (U.S.), budget of the United States, local transit, manpower policy, and taxation. Correspondents include John E. Barriere.

F 13: John Barriere Memos, 1974 Jan. - 1974 Jun.

Topics include Mike Mansfield, Democratic Caucus (U.S.), House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee (U.S.), United States Congress House Committees, the United States Congress House Calendars, United States Congress reform, community development, consumer protection law and legislation, employment (economic theory), housing, land use, and National Commission on Domestic Needs. Correspondents include John E. Barriere, Steve Bourke, and United States Congress House Select Committee on Committees.

F 14: John Barriere Memos, 1974 Sep. - 1974 Dec.

Topics include AFL-CIO, House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee (U.S.), United States Congress House Committee on the Budget, United States Congress House Select Committee on Committees, United States Congress House Select Committee on Small Business, United States Congress public opinion, United States Congress publication of proceedings, economic policy, elections, energy policy, COPE, Democratic Advisory Council, and Rice Act of 1974. Correspondents include John E. Barriere and Steve Bourke.

F 15: John Barriere Memos, 1975 Jan. - 1975 Jun.

Topics include Gerald R. Ford, Henry S. Reuss, AFL-CIO, Democratic National Committee (U.S.), Democratic Party (U.S.) Platforms, House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee (U.S.), United States Central Intelligence Agency, agricultural laws and legislation, budget of the United States, energy policy, housing, health insurance, petroleum law and legislation, public works, taxation, Leonard Woodcock, United States Conference of Mayors, Balanced Growth and Economic Planning Act of 1975, Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946. Correspondents include John E. Barriere, Robert N. Giaimo, and Charles Ferris.

F 16: John Barriere Memos, 1975 Jul. - 1975 Dec.

Topics include AFL-CIO, Democratic Caucus (U.S.), House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee (U.S.), United States Congress House Committee on Ways and Means, budget of the United States, employment (economic theory), public works, and the Sinai Amendment. Correspondents include John E. Barriere and Robert E. Jones.

F 17: John Barriere Memos, 1976 Mar. - 1976 Jul.

Topics include Democratic Party (U.S.) Platforms, House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee (U.S.), United States Congress House Committee on Committees, public works, and voter registration. Correspondents include John E. Barriere.

F 18-25: 92nd Congress, Speaker's Legislative Office, Official Communications, 1971 Dec. - 1972 May.

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