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  • Collection: Dole Archives, Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics

This press release is a statement Congressman Bob Dole made in support of the freedom of information legislation he introduced on Wednesday, January 19th.

This press release was issued in advance of voting on the Freedom of Information Bill, scheduled for June 20, 1966. It explains the bipartisan support the legislation has and rumors that President Lyndon Johnson might veto it.

These letters primarily confirm Congressmen William R. Poage and Robert J. Dole's participation in the Congressional Delegation to India. The letters thank the Congressmen for their willingness to travel to India and observe the Food for Peace…

Hyde Murray interviewing Congressman Dole about his impressions of a fair the Congressional delegation visited in Madras. Dole shares his impressions of the exhibits on family planning and local handicrafts and says that it is equal to most state…

Hyde Murray describing touring around villages in Tanjore to see the rice production. He tells about the hospitality shown in each village and how in one village, a band of four or five "long-stemmed horns playing high melodious tunes" greeted the…

Hyde Murray interviewing Congressman Dole while traveling on an airplane. Murray describes the delegation's meeting with local leaders and farmers and tells how Dole asked the Indians what was the most important thing America was doing for them.…

In this letter, Congressmen W. R. Poage and Robert J. Dole and Senator Jack Miller describe their trip to India and urge the Secretary of Agriculture to consider a donation of 1.8 million tons of grain to India. They argue that the donation should be…

Correspondence between Congressman Donald Rumsfeld and Bob Dole regarding a letter Dole received from a Kansas publisher about a Rumsfeld speech.

Letter from Congressman Donald Rumsfeld to Congressman Bob Dole offering excerpts from freedom of information speech he made recently.

Correspondence between Stanley H. Stauffer and Congressman Bob Dole. Stauffer writes as the General Manager of the Topeka Capital-Journal, in Topeka, Kansas, to express support for the freedom of information legislation.
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