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SUBCOMMITTEE ON COURTS, CIVIL LIBERTIES,
AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
H.R. 236, H.R. 674, H.R. 2167, H.R. 3100, H.R. 5195,
H.R 10979, H.R. 10980, H.R. 13001, H. Con. Res. 144,
and H. Con. Res. 385
MARCH 8, 11, AND 13, 1974
Printed for the use of the Committee on the Judiciary
COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY
PETER W. RODINO, JR., New Jersey, Chairman
HAROLD D. DONOHUE, Massachusetts EDWARD HUTCHINSON, Michigan
JACK BROOKS, Texas
ROBERT MCCLORY, Illinois
ROBERT W. KASTENMEIER, Wisconsin HENRY P. SMITH III, New York
DON EDWARDS, California
CHARLES W. SANDMAN, JR., New Jersey WILLIAM L. HUNGATE, Missouri
TOM RAILSBACK, Illinois JOHN CONYERS, JR., Michigan
CHARLES E. WIGGINS, California JOSHUA EILBERG, Pennsylvania
DAVID W. DENNIS, Indiana JEROME R. WALDIE, California
HAMILTON FISH, JR., New York WALTER FLOWERS, Alabama
WILEY MAYNE, Iowa JAMES R. MANN, South Carolina
LAWRENCE J. HOGAN, Maryland PAUL S. SARBANES, Maryland
M. CALDWELL BUTLER, Virginia JOHN F. SIEBERLING, Ohio
WILLIAM S. COHEN, Maine GEORGE E. DANIELSON, California
TRENT LOTT, Mississippi ROBERT F. DRINAN, Massachusetts
HAROLD V. FROEHLICH, Wisconsin CHARLES B. RANGEL, New York
CARLOS J. MOORHEAD, California BARBARA JORDAN, Texas
JOSEPH J. MARAZITI, New Jersey
RAY THORNTON, Arkansas
DELBERT L. LATTA, Obio
ELIZABETH HOLTZMAN, New York
WAYNE OWENS, Utah
EDWARD MEZVINSKY, Iowa
JEROME M. ZEIFMAN, General Counsel
GARNER J. CLINE, A88ociate General Counsel
HERBERT FUCHS, Counsel
HERBERT E. HOFFMAN, Counsel
WILLIAM P. SHATTUCK, Counsel
H. CHRISTOPHER NOLDE, Counsel
ALAN A, PARKER, Counsel
JAMES F. Falco, Counsel
MAURICE A. BARBOZA, Counsel
FRANKLIN G. POLK, Counsel
ROGER A. PAULEY, Counsel
THOMAS E. MOONEY, Counsel
PETER T. STRAUB, Counsel
MICHAEL W. BLOMMER, Counsel
ALEXANDER B. Cook, Counsel
CONSTANTINE J. GEKAS, Associate Counsel
SUBCOMMITTEE ON COURTS, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF
ROBERT W. KASTENMEIER, Wisconsin, Chairman GEORGE E. DANIELSON, California
TOM RAILSBACK, Illinois ROBERT F. DRINAN, Massachusetts
HENRY P. SMITH III, New York WAYNE OWENS, Utah
CHARLES W. SANDMAN, JR., New Jersey EDWARD MEZVINSKY, Iowa
WILLIAM S. COHEN, Maine
HERBERT Fuchs, Counsel
WILLIAM P. Dixon, Counsel
BRUCE A. LEHMAN, Counsel
THOMAS E. MOONEY, A88ociate Counsel
Text of -
H. Con. Res. 144..
H. Con. Res. 385
Abzug, Hon. Bella, a Representative in Congress from the State of
Armstrong, Hon. 0. K., in behalf of Veterans of World War I.
Barger, Rev. Robert Newton.--
Benade, Lt. Gen., Leo E., Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for
Military Personnel Policy; accompanied by Col. Victor A. DeFiori,
Office of Secretary of Defense for Military Personnel Policy -
Bowles, Glenn, Manager of Operations, Selective Service System
Brown, Ronald H., director, Washington Bureau, National Urban
Cary, Dr. W. Sterling, president, National Council of Churches of
Christ in the U.S.A.; accompanied by Rev. Richard Killmer,
Director of Special Ministry, Vietnam Generation, member, National
Council of Churches staff; and E. William D. Galvin, Jr., Emergency
Ministry on Conscience and War, United Presbyterian Church
Cavin, H. Lynn, immediate past national commander, Marine Corps
Charles, Hopkins, D., Deputy General Counsel, Selective Service
Credle, James, Clergy and Laity Concerned.
Damato, Edward, national coordinator, Vietnam Veterans Against the
War, Chicago, Ill.
Darling, E. Fred, executive coordinator, Military and Veterans Affairs,
Non-Commissioned Officers Association of the U.S. A.; accompanied
by II. Lynn Cavin, immediate past national commander, Marine
De Fiori, Col., Victor A., Office of Secretary of Defense for Military
Personnel Policy, Department of Defense-
Dellums, Hon. Ronald V., a Representative in Congress from the State
Ensign, Tod, counsel for Lewis Simon.-
Freeman, Harrop A., Friends Committee on National Legislation;
accompanied by Raoul Kulberg -
Froehlke, Hon. Robert F., president of the Sentry Corp., and former
Secretary of Defense...
Galvin, E. William D., Jr., Emergency Minstry on Conscience and
War, United Presbyterian Church
Gruening, Hon. Ernest, former U.S. Senator from the State of Alaska.
Hehir, Rev. J. Bryan, Director, Division of Justice and Peace, United
States Catholic Conference-
Hoover, Warren, Church of the Brethren.
Jones, F. P., Colonel USA (retired), director, National Security and
Foreign Affairs, Veterans of the Foreign Wars of the United States.
Killmer, Rev. Richard, Director of Special Ministry, Vietnam Genera-
tion, Member, National Council of Churches Staff.
Koch, Hon. Edward I., a Representative in Congress from the State
of New York.
Levine, Vis. Jacqueline, co-chairman, Governing Council, American
Morse, Esq., Walter H., General Counsel, Selective Service System;
accompanied by Glenn Bowles, Manager of Operations: Hopkins,
Charles, Deputy General Counsel; and S. R. Shaw, L and L Officer-
Mott, Jeremy; vidwest secretary, the Central Committee for Con-
Mullen, Mrs. Peg, State chairman, Iowa Gold Star Families; accom-
panied by Rev. John Smith, professor of history, St. Ambrose Col-
lege, Davenport, Iowa-
Musil, Robert K., Associate Secretary, the Central Committee for Con-
scientious Objectors; accompanied by Jeremy Mott, Midwest Secre-
Norton, Jerry W., Young Americans for Freedom.
O'Neil, James F., past national commander, the American Legion; ac-
companied by Herald E. Stringer, Director, tional Legislative
Commission; and James R. Wilson, Director, National Security
Pearle, Lynn, Americans for Democratic Action
Poling, James N., on behalf of the Church of the Brethren, general
Board; accompanied by Ralph E. Smetzer, Church of the Brethren,
and Warren Hoover.
Rauh, Esq., Joseph, Jr., vice chairman, Americans for Democratic Ac-
tion; accompanied by Lynn Pearle.
Rutherford, Ms. Sandra, Vancouver American Exsolve Association --
Schardt, Arlie, associate director, American Civil Liberties Union, and
co-author, Amnesty? The Unsettled Question of Vietnam --
Schwarzschild, llenry, Director, Project on Amnesty, American Civil
Liberties Union Foundation; accompanied by Arlie Schardt, Asso-
ciate Director, ACLU, and co-author, Amnesty? The Unsettled
Question of Vietnam..
Shaw, S. R., L and L Officer, Selective Service System..
Siegel, Larry, Legislative Assistant, on behalf of Hon. Howard W.
Robison, à Representative in Congress from the State of New York.
Simon, Abe, on behalf of Lewis Simon; accompanied by Tod Ensign,
counsel for Lewis Simon..
Simon, Virs. Patricia, on behalf of Gold Star Families for Amnesty--
Smetzer, Ralph E., Church of the Brethren....
Smith, Rev. John, professor of history, St. Ambrose College, Daven-
Spencer, Wayne, Clergy and Laity Concerned..
Stringer, Herald E., Director, National Legislative Commission, the
Struve, James, representing the Wisconsin Amnesty Project; accom-
panied by Edward Damato, national coordinator, Vietnam Veterans
Against the War, Chicago, Ill., and Sandra Rutherford, Vancouver
American Exsolve Association..
Taft, Hon. Robert, Jr., a U.S. Senator from the State of Ohio...
Ulman, Hon. Leon, Deputy Assistant Attorney General; accompanied
by Robert W. Vavda, Criminal Division, Department of Justice..
Vayda, Robert W., Criminal Division, Department of Justice---
Wells, Rev. John, Major USAF (retired), attorney, former special
consultant, U.S. Department of Defense 1964–1969, SANE...
Wilson, James R., Director, National Security Commission, The
Young, Ms. Trudi, national coordinator, Clergy and Laity Concerned;
accompanied by James Credle and Wayne Spencer.
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts:
Chart from 1973 Semi-Annual Report of the Director, showing
disposition of defendants chargo with Selective Service Act
Amnesty: An Act of Grace, by Julian C. Carey, St. Louis Univer-
sity Law Journal, vol. 17, No. 4, summer 1973.
Amnesty Must Not Be Forgoiten, by Hon. Ronald V. Deilums,
Congressional Record, October 23, 1973..
American Deserters and Draft Evaders: Exile, Punishment, or
Amnesty? by Douglas W. Jones and Davis L. Raish, the
Harvard Interation Law Review, vol. 13, No. 1, Winter 1970.-
Amnesty, Questions and Answers, American Civil Liberties Union...
Amnesiy: The Record and the Need, by John M. Swomley, Jr.
An Historical Justification and Legal Basis for Amnesty Today,
by Harrop A. Freeman, Law and Social Order, Arizona State
University Law Journal, vol. 1971, No.3..
Congressional Amnesty for War Resislers, Policy Considerations and
Constitutional Problems, by Louis Lusky, Vanderbilt Law Re-
view, vol. 25, No. 3, April 1972.
The Truth About Deserters by Robert K. Musil, the Nation,
April 16, 1973
Canadian Department of Manpower and Immigration, table, U.S.
males age 15-25 granted landed immigrant status in Canada.
Comparison of amnesty bills, Congressional Research Service, Li-
brary of Congress, March 1, 1974.-
Department of Defense:
Agency report, March 8, 1974..
Benade, Lt. Gen., Leo E., Deputy Assistant Secretary of De-
Letter, dated November 2, 1973, to Senator Robert Taft, Jr..
Letter, dated March 1, 1974, to Hon. Robert W. Kasten-
Niederlehner, L., acting General Counsel, letter, dated March 4,
1974, to Hon. Robert W. Kastenmeier-
Table of Desertion Rate (Unauthorized Absence of 30 days or
Table of Absentee Incident Rate (Absentee Incidents of less than
30 days) -
Table of conscientious objectors, status of in-service applica-
tions for discharge or noncombatant service.--
Department of Justice:
Peterson, Hon. Henry E., Assistant Attorney General:
Letter, dated November 9, 1973, to Senator Robert Taft, Jr..
Letter, dated March 1, 1974, to Hon. Robert W. Kasten-
Traylor, Esq. Lawrence M., Pardon Attorney, letter, dated
February 26, 1974, to Rev. W. Sterling Cary--
Statement of Some Quaker Bodies on Amnesty -
AFSC Policy Statement on Amnesty-
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends
Southeastern Yearly Meeting of Friends
New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends..
New England Yearly Meeting of Friends..
Baltimore Yearly Meeting of the Religous Society of Friends -
Western Yearly Meeting of Friends Church..
Wilmington (Ohio) Yearly Meeting---
Kastenmeier, Hon. Robert W., chairman, Subcommittee on Courts,
Civil Liberties, and the Administration of Justice:
Letter, dated February 15, 1974, to Hon. Henry E. Peterson, As-
sistant Attorney General, Department of Justice..
Letter, dated February 20, 1974, to Hon. Melvin R. Laird.
Letter, dated February 20, 1974, to Hon. James R. Schlesinger,
Secretary of Defense.
Letter, dated February 28, 1974, to Hon. James R. Schlesinger,
Secretary of Defense..
Laird, Hon. Melvin R., letter, dated February 22, 1974, to Hon.
Robert W. Kastenmeier, enclosing copy of letter to Commander
Ray R. Soden, Veterans of Foreign Wars, dated January 28, 1974..