Civil Rights, 1959, 1-2권

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Considers (86) S. 435, (86) S. 456, (86) S. 499, (86) S. 810, (86) S. 957, (86) S. 958, (86) S. 959, (86) S. 960, (86) S. 1084, (86) S. 1199, (86) S. 1277, (86) S. 1848, (86) S. 1998, (86) S. 2001, (86) S. 2002, (86) S. 2003, (86) S. 2041.

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Rogers Hon William P Attorney General of the United States
185
LETTERS
219
Blanshard Mrs Paul executive director Unitarian Fellowship for Social Justice Page
228
Hunton George K secretary Catholic Interracial Council
229
Storey Hon Robert G Vice Chairman Commission on Civil Rights
231
Tiffany Gordon M staff director Commission on Civil Rights
247
Keating Hon Kenneth B U S Senator from the State of New York
255
APRIL 8 1959
271
Rauh Joseph L Jr counsel Leadership Conference on Civil Rights
307
Maslow Will general counsel American Jewish Congress
328
Desegregation in southern and border State school districts fall 1956
331
Discrimination Labor Law section 1272 State of South Carolina 512
340
Lechliter Irving national executive director American Veterans Commit
350
APRIL 10 1959
353
Edelsberg Herman director Washington office AntiDefamation League
362
Tilly Mrs Dorothy director of womens work Southern Regional Council 582
370
Ferman Irving director Washington office American Civil Liberties
391
Lechliter Irving national executive director American Veterans Com
407
Tuck William M U S Representative from Virginia 655
419
Bell B Tartt Friends Committee on National Legislation
421
Bennett Glenn D detective Arson Bureau to Senator Ilart 700
424
Leskes Theodore director legal division American Jewish Committee 597
426
APRIL 14 1959
435
SUBCOMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
437
Hollings Hon Ernest F Governor of the State of South Carolina
439
McLeod Hon Daniel R attorney general of the State of South Carolina
468
Brown Edgar A president pro tempore South Carolina State Senate
480
Odum Ralph E assistant attorney general from the State of Florida
486
Van Deusen Rev Robert E National Lutheran Council 412
491
APRIL 16 1959
495
Case Clifford P U S Senator to Senator Olin D Johnston
502
Newman Rev I De Quincy president South Carolina State conference
505
Minnick John Bradley Arlington Va
508
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
515
Fleming Billie S president Clarendon County S C Improvement
526
McCray John H State chairman South Carolina Progressive Democratic
545
Tilly Mrs Dorothy director of womens work Southern Regional Council
582
Leskes director legal division of the American Jewish Committee
597
APRIL 22 1959
621
Hunton George K secretary Catholic Interracial Council
622
McSween Hon Harold B U S Representative from the State
646
Tuck Hon William M U S Representative from the State of Virginia
655
Dorn Hon William J B U S Representative from the State of South
678
National Association of Social Workers
691
COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY
698
France Royal B executive secretary National Lawyers Guild
750
Huddleston Hon George Jr U S Representative from the State
760
Hennings Thomas C Jr U S Senator to Mrs Robert E Osth 493
783
UNITED STATES
811
May 18 1959
817
State
822
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
921
Text
924
S 456
933
Masaoka Mike M representative JapaneseAmerican Citizens League
973
1959
983
Bloch Charles J attorney Macon Ga
997
Rauh Joseph L counsel Leadership Conference on Civil Rights
1006
Seawell Hon Malcolm B attorney general from the State of North Page
1045
Moody Ralph assistant attorney general from the State of North Caro
1065
Rivers Hon L Mendel U S Representative from the State of South
1077
Bennett Hon Bruce attorney general from the State of Arkansas
1083
Whitten Hon Jamie L U Š Representative from the State of Missis
1110
May 22 1959
1113
Hafter Jerome Greenville Miss
1124
Sifton Paul national legislative representative International Union
1153
Selden Hon Armistead I Jr U S Representative from the State
1155
Soyder Edward F legislative secretary Friends Committee on National
1163
Stennis Hon John C U S Senator from the State of Mississippi
1213
Hemphill Hon Robert W U S Representative from the State of South
1229
Mounger Breed O president Mississippi Bar Association
1236
MeCanless Hon George F attorney general from the State of Tennessee
1247
Campbell Boyd businessman from Mississippi to Christian Science
1257
Herlong Hon A S Jr U S Representative from the State of Florida
1265
Jones Sam H former Governor of Louisiana
1275
Renfro Mrs Sue Organized Women Voters of Arlington Va
1297
CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF STATEMENTS
1298
Weitzer Bernard national legislative director Jewish Wars Veterans
1299
Stennis Hon John C U S Senator from the State of Mississippi
1304
APRIL 8 1959
1313
Ferman Irving director Washington office American Civil Liberties
1333
Alford Hon Dale U S Representative from the State of Arkansas
1347
Lechliter Irving national executive director American Veterans Com
1353
Patterson Hon Joe T attorney general from the State of Mississippi
1371
355
1386
Alexander W B Cleveland Miss
1393
Greene Percy editor Jackson Advocate Jackson Miss
1406
Travelstead Chester dean College of Education University of
1414
Barnes Lilace Reid president national board Young Womens Christian
1421

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670 페이지 - The spirit of encroachment tends to consolidate the powers of all the departments in one and thus to create, whatever the form of government, a real despotism. A just estimate of that love of power and proneness to abuse it which predominates in the human heart is sufficient to satisfy us of the truth of this position.
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167 페이지 - ' 2. All persons lawfully descended from those embraced in the classes enumerated in the subdivision next above, or, "3. All persons who are of good character and understand the duties and obligations of citizenship under a Republican form of government; or, "4.