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$15.5 Million Authorized for 1959-60 Investigations
“Hiss Act” Amendment
1960 Democratic Convention
1960 Presidential Nominations
1960 Republican Convention
255 Lobby Groups List Spending for First Half of 1960
280 Registered Lobbies and What They Spent in 1959
49 Groups Report Receipts of $5.6 Million in 1959
August Session
Bills Introduced
Biography of John F. Kennedy
Charges Against Powell
Civil Service Annuities
Coal Mine Safety
Color Additives
Common-Site Picketing
Complete Text of 1960 Democratic Platform
Complete Text of 1960 Republican Platform
Congress Fails to Ease <emphasis role="allcaps">IRS</emphasis> Rules on Lobby Deductions
Congress Labored to Pass Modest Rights Law
Congress Passes Civil Rights Act of 1960
Congressional Retirement
Constitutional Amendment on D.C Suffrage
Control of Legislatures is Key to Redistricting
Controls Sought for Regulatory Agencies
D.C. Appropriations
D.C. Suffrage
Democratic Platform Adopted after Civil Rights Fight…Kennedy Nominated on First Ballot with 806 Votes
Executive Offices' Funds
Federal Elections
First-Class Mail Airlift
GOP Chooses Nixon as Presidential Candidate … Names Henry Cabot Lodge for Vice Presidency
Government Personnel
Hazardous Substances
Highlights of Eisenhower Legislative Program
House and Senate Floor Action on Civil Rights
Independent Offices
Industrial Security Order
Lobbies had Mixed Success in 1960 Session
Lobbies Report Nearly $2 Million Spent in Six Months
Lobby Registrations for 1960 Drop Sharply
Major Issues in the 1960 Civil Rights Debate
Pay Raise Lobby Action
Percentage of Catholics in the 50 States and D.C.
Political Debates on TV
Postal Rate Increase
Postal Rate Increase Rejected by Congress
President Prods Congress to Enact 15-Point Legislative Program
President's Commission Lists Goals for 1960s
Pressure Groups Spent $4.3 Million on Lobbying in 1959
Provisions of Civil Rights Act of 1960
Regulatory Agencies
Religious Desecration
Republicans Adopt 1960 Platform after Conflicts … Nixon and Rockefeller Agree on “14 Points”
Sports Regulation
State Breakdown of $900 or More Contributions in 1959
State of the Union Message Stresses Peace and Prosperity Theme
State, Justice, Judiciary
Summary of 1960 Action
Treasury-Post Office Funds
Veto of Federal Pay Raise Bill Overridden