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A report from John Dowdy on foreign aid, the Voting Rights Bill, and the state of the U.S. Constitution; In the first section, Dowdy reports on an increase in authorized foreign aid and his opposition to this increase. The second section discusses a…

A report from John Dowdy on the Social Security Amendments passed in 1965; The report explains the major provisions of the Social Security Amendments and compares these provisions to the older Social Security system.

A report from John Dowdy on the Voting Rights Act of 1965, federal aid to education, and the continuing federal deficit; In the first section, the report explains how the Voting Rights Act will affect states' rights in regards to voting…

A report from John Dowdy on the Washington Action Project, the Voting Rights Bill, low-fat cheese, and a test city for federal control; In the first section, Dowdy informs his constituents of the Washington Action Project riot in Washington, DC. The…

A report from John Dowdy on an amendment to the Voting Rights Bill and communist riots at the University of California and in Chicago; In the first section, the report discusses an amendment to the Voting Rights Bill that would discourage the…

A report from John Dowdy on communist influence in student demonstrations, the Voting Rights Bill, the Hate America campaigns, and the national debt; In the first section, Dowdy reports that the president of Howard University has blamed recent…

An invitation from officers of the Young Americans for Freedom to the staffs of the members of Congress extends an invitation to attend the "Light Up for Freedom" Rally. The invitation states that the rally's purpose is to demonstrate support of the…

Senator Prouty's opening statement before the Education Subcommittee began hearings on the Higher Education Act of 1965 highlights his philosophy on education and sentiments about its importance and status.

On May 18, 1965, the Senate passed S. 306 by a voice vote without debate. On September 24, the House passed an amended S. 306 by a vote of 294 to 4. On September 29, Acting Secretary of HEW, Wilbur Cohen, wrote Muskie of the administration’s…

Bayh and his staff had managed to line up 72 cosponsors and they reached out to the White House, resulting in a mention of succession legislation in the State of the Union speech. On Jan 28 the White House sent a full-fledged endorsement of S. J.…
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