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Organization: United States Commission on Civil Rights
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Bernhard, Berl I., 1929-(19)
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Bernhard, Berl I., 1929-(2)
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Stoughton, Cecil W. (Cecil William), 1920-2008(6)
White, Lee C. (Lee Calvin), 1923-2013(2)
Lawyer, government official. General Attorney, Staff Director, Executive Staff Director, Commission on Civil Rights (1958-63); campaign aide to Senator Edmund S. Muskie (1971-72). Memorandums, correspondence, and speech files relating to his government and political work, to the Lawyer's Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, to the District of Col...
Papers, 1922-2011 (bulk 1948-2004). Congressional staffer; federal and local government official; educator; consultant; advocate for criminal justice reform. Legislative assistant, Congressman Brooks Hays of Arkansas (1956-1959); legislative assistant and press secretary, Senator Clair Engle of California (1959-1960); research analyst, Advisory Com...
Records 1961-1963. Microfilm copies of meetings, staff reports, studies, briefings, legal opinions, Black Belt survey, speeches. RG453.
Bernhard discusses the often contentious relations between the Commission on Civil Rights, John F. Kennedy’s White House, and the Justice Department, especially after a report and recommendations that the Commission made about Mississippi, among other issues.
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