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 1958 - 85th Congress, 2nd Session
 The Appendix
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1958 Bills Acted On – Agriculture
1958 Bills Acted On – Appropriations
1958 Bills Acted On – Education and Welfare
1958 Bills Acted On – Labor
1958 Bills Acted On – Military and Veterans
1958 Bills Acted On – Miscellaneous and Administrative
1958 Bills Acted On – Taxes and Economic Policy
1958 Bills Introduced–Agriculture
1958 Bills Introduced–Appropriations
1958 Bills Introduced–Education and Welfare
1958 Bills Introduced–Foreign Policy
1958 Bills Introduced–Labor
1958 Bills Introduced–Military and Veterans
1958 Bills Introduced–Miscellaneous-Administrative
1958 Bills Introduced–Taxes and Economic Policy
1958 Nominations
318 Lobbyists Register, 13-Year Total is 5,124
3rd Straight Opposition Congress
Administered Prices
Advisory Committee Reports on ‘Introduction to Outer Space’
Benson Loses Midwest Farm Support in House
Bills Acted On – Foreign Policy
Biographies of Newly Elected Senators
Budget Message: Eisenhower's 1959 Budget Calls for Spending $73.9 Billion
Budget Message: Eisenhower's Military Budget
Chairmen, Ranking Members of Committees
Committee List of Major Investigations of 85th Congress
Contempt Citations
Courts Consider Lobbying Efforts
Democrats Increase Governorship Margin
Democrats Sweep 1958 Elections; Will Have 64 Senators, 283 Representatives, 35 Governors
Documents in Sherman ADAMS Controversy
Economic Report: Eisenhower Says Business Decline Need not Last
Elections Strengthen Labor in Congress
Elections Strengthened Civil Rights Forces
Facts and Figures on Election and 86th Congress
Gaither Report Said to Picture U.S. in Grave Danger
House Membership in the 86th Congress 283 Democrats, 153 Republicans Elected
House Party Membership of 86th Congress
How Pro-and Anti-Benson Republicans in Midwest Fared in Elections
How were Platform Promises Kept by Parties?
Investigations Funds — 84th and 85th Congresses
Labor Investigations
Lobbies Spent $3.8 Million on 1957 Activities
Message to Congress: Eisenhower Approves Euratom Plan
Message to Congress: Eisenhower Discusses the Situation in Lebanon
Message to Congress: Eisenhower on Defense Reorganization
Message to Congress: Eisenhower on Nuclear Test Suspension
Message to Congress: Eisenhower on Reciprocal Trade
Message to Congress: Eisenhower on the Atomic Information Exchange Agreement
Message to Congress: Eisenhower on Unemployment Benefits
Message to Congress: Eisenhower Proposes Emergency Education Program
Message to Congress: Eisenhower Proposes Farm Program
Message to Congress: Eisenhower Proposes Study of Federal Employees' Pay
Message to Congress: Eisenhower Recommends Establishment of Space Agency (NASA)
Message to Congress: Eisenhower Requests $3.9 Billion for Mutual Security Program
Message to Congress: Eisenhower Requests Creation of Aviation Agency
Message to Congress: Eisenhower Suggests New Passport Legislation
Message to Congress: Eisenhower's Labor Recommendations
Message to Congress: Eisenhower's Legislative Proposals
Message to Congress: Eisenhower's United Nations Report
Missile and Satellite Hearings
Newcomers to Office and Seats That Switched Parties
Nominees Confirmed
Passport Denial Battle Will Continue
Pay Television
Politcal Groups Spent $4.7 Million in 1957
Record Amount Available for Investigations
Registrations By Lobbyists
Regulatory Agencies Probe
Republicans Face Tough Job in 1960
Review of Lobby Goals for 1959
Senate Membership in the 86th Congress
State Breakdown of $1,000-or-More Donations in 1957
State of the Union: Eisenhower Proposes ‘Safety Through Strength’
Thirty-Three Senators Elected Nov. 4
Tieken Investigation
Unites Nations Address: Eisenhower on Emergency Mideast Plan
Veto Message: Eisenhower Vetoes Thirty-Nine Bills in 1958
Which Congressmen Traveled, Stayed Home, Where Did They Go?
Which Members of Congress Went Where in 1957?