CARL ALBERT COLLECTION

MAIL SERIES

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F1-5:  Mail, 1975, Albert, Carl, Response to the State of the Union Address (January 20, 1975) Topics include comments on Democratic economic and energy proposals and comparisons to Ford’s proposals. (Continued from Box 16, Folders 29-36)

F6:  Mail, 1975, Amnesty for Draft Dodgers
Topics include unconditional amnesty and clemency program.

F7:  Mail, 1975, Animal Welfare
Topics include wild horses and the use of beagles by Air Force in chemical toxicity tests.

F8:  Mail, 1975, Atomic Energy      
Topics include vacancy on Joint Committee for Atomic Energy, plutonium breeder reactor, authorization for Energy Research and Development Administration, and safety of nuclear energy.

F9:  Mail, 1975, Automotive Industry        
Topics include cost of required speed governors and antipollution devices, General Motors (GM), catalytic converters, moratorium on federal auto regulations, statement of Lee Iacocca, and foreign cars.

F10:  Mail, 1975, Aviation
Topics include charter air travel, complaints about airline service, request for an investigation of Los Angeles International Airport, and the Concorde.

F11:  Mail, 1975, Banking
Topics include credit, Equal Credit Opportunity Act, Federal Reserve Board, currency in circulation, and gold standard.

F12:  Mail, 1975, Business
Topics include antitrust legislation and Dallas Southwest Metroplex.

F13:  Mail, 1975, Business, Multinational Corporations
Topics include Arab investment in the U.S. and Iran’s purchase of Pan American World Airways.

F14:  Mail, 1975, Business, Small Business
Topics include Small Business Administration and government regulations.

F15:  Mail, 1975, Busing      
Topics include energy conservation and forced busing.

F16:  Mail, 1975, Capital Punishment
Topics include death penalty.

F17:  Mail, 1975, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Topics include investigation of illegal and covert activities of the CIA and FBI, abolishing the CIA, salvage of Russian submarine, and domestic surveillance.

F18:  Mail, 1975, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Congressional Investigations
Topics include Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities, House Select Committee on Intelligence, criticism of Congress for wasting time and money on investigations, Harrington resolution, illegal and covert CIA operations, and the necessity of having three committees investigating the CIA and FBI.

F19:  Mail, 1975, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Congressional Investigations, Lucien Nedzi
Topics include resignation as chairman of the House Select Committee on Intelligence.

F20:  Mail, 1975, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Congressional Investigations, Michael Harrington
Topics include Harrington resolution calling for House investivation of CIA and FBI, censure for releasing secret CIA testimony, and appointment to the House Select Committee on Intelligence.

F21:  Mail, 1975, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Congressional Investigations, Michael Harrington and Ron Dellums
Topics include appointment to the House Select Committee on Intelligence.

F22:  Mail, 1975, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Rockefeller Commission
Topics include investigation of CIA and FBI domestic spying activities, secret investigations of members of Congress, illegal CIA covert activities, and Bella Abzug.

F23:  Mail, 1975, Civil Service Commission
Topics include retirement, annuities, and 5% limit on annual cost of living increase.

F24:  Mail, 1975, CloseUp Program
Topics include Allen J. Ellender Fellowship.

F25:  Mail, 1975, Communications and Media
Topics include religious broadcasts, radio, advertising, media bias, and “Dateline 1975” publication of the Overseas Press Club of America.

F26:  Mail, 1975, Communism

F27-35:  Mail, 1975, Congress
Topics include criticism for partisanship and inaction on economic issues, blame for energy crisis and inflation, requests for cooperation with Gerald Ford, Ford vetoes of legislation and Congress’s failure to override, freshman members of Congress, congressional reform, low ratings in public opinion polls, lack of attendance for votes, short work weeks, campaign finance reform, Democratic Party, and Hubert H. Humphrey statement about the Democratic Party.

 

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