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Reece Committee Hearings - Tax-Exempt Foundations (1953) - Part 3 of 4

Reece Committee Hearings - Tax-Exempt Foundations (1953) - Part 3 of 4

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These are the transcripts (Part 3 of 4) of the United States House of Representatives Reece Committee hearings in 1953 into the "un-American" activities of tax-exempt foundations. This document is 2086 pages (pp. 1087-1586 are here) and outlines the major foundations push to "change" US education and their many other "endeavors". If you think that they were not trying (or capable) to "change" American education, government, etc. in a way that most people would find disgusting, one should look into Charlotte Iserbyt and John Taylor Gatto and their works for more documentation and information. Or, look into the Cox Committee (links below). Or, look into the foundations other proven "endeavors" in eugenics and the overpopulation movement (most notably "War Against the Weak" by Edwin Black). We can thank Charlotte Iserbyt and her associates for this important historical document. Please watch the following powerful (or powerfully sickening) interview with Norman Dodd for more information (he was the Research Director for the Reece Committee, which was continuing investigation into tax-exempt foundations' activities)...
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7373201783240489827

and read "Foundations: Their Power and Influence" by Rene A. Wormser (Paperback - Jun 1993) (Wormser was the General Counsel for the Reece Committee)

and read Daniel Taylor's research paper on the Reece Committee...
http://www.oldthinkernews.com/Articles/oldthinker%20news/reece_committee.htm

and read the rest of the transcripts of the Reece Committee Hearings on Tax-Exempt Foundations...
http://www.scribd.com/doc/3683662/Reece-Committee-Hearings-TaxExempt-Foundations-1953-Part-1-of-4
http://www.scribd.com/doc/3683965/Reece-Committee-Hearings-TaxExempt-Foundations-1953-Part-2-of-4
http://www.scribd.com/doc/3684225/Reece-Committee-Hearings-TaxExempt-Foundations-1953-Part-4-of-4

and read Norman Dodd's report to the Reece Committee...
http://www.scribd.com/doc/3768227/Dodd-Report-to-the-Reece-Committee-on-Foundations-1954

and read the transcripts of the Cox Committee Hearings on Tax-Exempt Foundations...
http://www.scribd.com/doc/3767291/Cox-Committee-Hearings-on-the-Investigation-of-TaxExempt-Foundations-1952-Transcripts

and read "War Against the Weak" by Edwin Black...
http://www.amazon.com/War-Against-Weak-Eugenics-Americas/dp/1568583214/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1214955100&sr=8-1
These are the transcripts (Part 3 of 4) of the United States House of Representatives Reece Committee hearings in 1953 into the "un-American" activities of tax-exempt foundations. This document is 2086 pages (pp. 1087-1586 are here) and outlines the major foundations push to "change" US education and their many other "endeavors". If you think that they were not trying (or capable) to "change" American education, government, etc. in a way that most people would find disgusting, one should look into Charlotte Iserbyt and John Taylor Gatto and their works for more documentation and information. Or, look into the Cox Committee (links below). Or, look into the foundations other proven "endeavors" in eugenics and the overpopulation movement (most notably "War Against the Weak" by Edwin Black). We can thank Charlotte Iserbyt and her associates for this important historical document. Please watch the following powerful (or powerfully sickening) interview with Norman Dodd for more information (he was the Research Director for the Reece Committee, which was continuing investigation into tax-exempt foundations' activities)...
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7373201783240489827

and read "Foundations: Their Power and Influence" by Rene A. Wormser (Paperback - Jun 1993) (Wormser was the General Counsel for the Reece Committee)

and read Daniel Taylor's research paper on the Reece Committee...
http://www.oldthinkernews.com/Articles/oldthinker%20news/reece_committee.htm

and read the rest of the transcripts of the Reece Committee Hearings on Tax-Exempt Foundations...
http://www.scribd.com/doc/3683662/Reece-Committee-Hearings-TaxExempt-Foundations-1953-Part-1-of-4
http://www.scribd.com/doc/3683965/Reece-Committee-Hearings-TaxExempt-Foundations-1953-Part-2-of-4
http://www.scribd.com/doc/3684225/Reece-Committee-Hearings-TaxExempt-Foundations-1953-Part-4-of-4

and read Norman Dodd's report to the Reece Committee...
http://www.scribd.com/doc/3768227/Dodd-Report-to-the-Reece-Committee-on-Foundations-1954

and read the transcripts of the Cox Committee Hearings on Tax-Exempt Foundations...
http://www.scribd.com/doc/3767291/Cox-Committee-Hearings-on-the-Investigation-of-TaxExempt-Foundations-1952-Transcripts

and read "War Against the Weak" by Edwin Black...
http://www.amazon.com/War-Against-Weak-Eugenics-Americas/dp/1568583214/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1214955100&sr=8-1

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IF i n a l r e p o r t , p. 6.
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st r e n gt h a n d i n mo r a l a n d i n t e l l e ct ua l ca p a ci t y o n t he ba si s o f fr e e
a n d r e sp o n si bl e r e se a r ch a n d scho l a r shi p.
We sha l l co n t i n ue t o sup -
p o r t v i go r o usl y t hi s co n ce p t w hi ch l i e s a t t he he a r t o f fr e e i n st i t ut i o n s
a n d  w e  w i l l  o p p o s e  a n y  e f f o r t  b y  g o v e r n m e n t  t o  u s e  t h e  t a x -e x e m p t
st a t us t o a cco mp l i sh i n di r e ct l y w ha t co ul d n o t be do n e di r e ct l y un de r
t he C o n st i t ut i o n.
D.  C ONG R ESSI ONAL J UR I SDI C TI ON

We r e sp e ct t he he a v y r e sp o n si bi l i t y w hi ch r e st s up o n t he C o n gr e ss fo r ca r r yi n g o ut t he o n e r o us t a sks p l a ce d up o n i t un de r t he C o n st i t u- t i o n , but w e submi t t ha t t he r e a r e w i de a r e a s i n t he l i fe o f o ur p e o p l e w hi ch w e r e n o t i n t e n de d t o be subje ct t o co n gr e ssi o n a l r e gul a t i o n a n d co n t r o l. W e h a v e w e l c o m e d t h e s t a t e m e n t s o f t h e c h a i r m a n a n d o f

o t he r me mbe r s o f t he co mmi t t e e w hi ch i n di ca t e t ha t t hi s. i mp o r t a n t
p r i n ci p l e i s r e ce i v i n g t he co mmi t t e e ' s a t t e n t i o n.
Ho w e v e r , t he co mmi t t e e ha s he a r d co n si de r a bl e t e st i mo n y ma i n t a i n -
i n g t ha t fo un da t i o n s ha v e co n t r i but e d t o o much t o w a r d a n e mp i r i ca l
a p p r o a c h a s c o n t r a s t e d w i t h a p h i l o s o p h i c a l a p p r o a c h t o c e r t a i n

st udi e s. We sha l l sp e a k o f t hi s p o i n t l a t e r; fo r t he mo me n t , w e w i sh me r e l y t o o bse r v e t ha t t he r e l a t i o n be t w e e n e mp i r i ca l st udi e s a n d fun - da me n t a l o r ge n e r a l p r i n ci p l e i s a n i n t e l l e ct ua l i ssue w hi ch i s a s o l d a s  m a n  h i m s e l f ,  w h i c h  e n t e r e d  o u r  l i t e r a t u r e  a t  l e a s t  a s  e a r l y  a s  Pl a t o a n d  Ar i s t o t l e ,  a n d  w h i c h  w i l l  e n d u r e  a s  l o n g  a s  t h e r e  a r e  m e n  t o  t h i n k. I t i s n o taque st i o n w hi ch a n y fo un da t i o n , o r a l l t he fo un da t i o n s,

c a n o r s h o u l d r e f e r e e o r d e c i d e , a n d o u r f o u n d a t i o n s h a v e n e v e r
a t t e mp t e d t o do so.  No r  i s  i t ,  w e  s u b m i t ,  a  m a t t e r  u n d e r  t h e  j u r i s d i c -
t i o n o f t he C o n gr e ss.
Si m i l a r l y ,  t h e  c u r r i c u l u m s  o f  o u r  s c h o o l s  a r e  i n  t h e  h a n d s  o f  t e n s  o f
t ho usa n ds o f a ge n ci e s w hi ch a r e i n de p e n de n t i n cur r i cul um ma t t e r s;
t h e s e  a r e  t h e  St a t e  a n d  l o c a l  e d u c a t i o n a l  a u t h o r i t i e s ,  t e a c h e r s  i n  o u r
scho o l s a n d co l l e ge s, a n d t he bo a r ds o f o ur i n de p e n de n t e duca t i o n a l
institutionsofallllevels.
Th e  g r e a t  s t r e n g t h  o f  o u r  e d u c a t i o n a l  s y s -
t e mi si t s v a r i e t y o f p a t t e r n s a n d i t s de ce n t r a l i z a t i o n o f co n t r o l.
We
be l i e v e t ha t i t i s n o t fo r go v e r n me n t , n o r fo r fo un da t i o n s, n o r fo r a n y
o t he r gr o up , t o a t t e mp t t o i mp o se co n fo r mi t y up o n t hi s v a r i e t y.
I f
a n yo n e ha s t he i mp r e ssi o n t ha t t he fo un da t i o n s ha v e t he p o w e r t o do
so , he i s w r o n g a s a ma t t e r o f fa ct.
I f a n y o n e h a s t h e i m p r e s s i o n
t ha t o ur p a r t i cul a r fo un da t i o n s ha v e e xe r t e d p r e ssur e t o p r o duce such
un i fo r mi t y, he i s e qua l l y w r o n g.
E.  PER SPEC TI V E AND DI STOR TI ON
Th e  C o x  c o m m i t t e e  r e p o r t e d  t o  t h e  C o n g r e s s  t h a t  i t  h a d  b e e n  " a l l o t -
t e d i n suffi ci e n t t i me fo r t he ma gn i t ude o f i t s t a sk. "7W e r e sp e ct ful l y
submi t t ha t t he p r e se n t co mmi t t e e fa ce s e v e n gr e a t e r l i mi t a t i o n s o f
t i me a n d st a ff i f, e v e n t ho ugh gi v i n g a t t e n t i o n t o fe w e r fo un da t i o n s
t ha n di d t he C o x co mmi t t e e , i t e xt e n ds i t s i n qui r y i n t o a ha l f ce n t ur y
o f  s o c i a l ,  e c o n o m i c ,  a n d  p o l i t i c a l  c h a n g e  i n  t h e  Un i t e d  St a t e s.
Th e  c o m m i t t e e  h a s  b e f o r e  i t  a  n u m b e r  o f  r e p o r t s  p r e p a r e d  b y  i t s
o w n s t a f f w h i c h p u r p o r t t o d e a l w i t h t h e s e c o m p l e x e v e n t s.
Th e y
ha v e be e n w i de l y r e ga r de d a s a co n fuse d a n d i n a de qua t e r e v i e w o f t he
de ca de s t he y p ur p o r t t o co v e r a n d a r e p a r t i cul a r l y de fi ci e n t a t t he
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t o f gr e a t e st i n t e r e st t o t hi s co mmi t t e e , n a me l y, t he r e sp o n -
o f t he fo un da t i o n s fo r t he e v e n t s t he mse l v e s.
e l v e s do n o t fi n d t he m t o be a co mp e t e n t r e v i e w o f t he t r e n ds
uss, mo r e p a r t i cul a r l y a s t o t he i r sw e e p i n g ge n e r a l i z a t i o n s,
p o se d de fi n i t i o n s o f ke y t e r ms, t he a ccur a cy a n d r e l e v a n ce o f
r t s a n d t a bl e s, a n d t he i mba l a n ce o f t he se l e ct e d quo t a t i o n s

y co n t a i n.
W e a ssume t ha t w e a r e n o t ca l l e d up o n t o p e r -
a f f m e m b e r s t h a t t h e y h a v e b e e n w r o n g a b o u t v i e w s w h i c h
n o w p l a ce d i n t he p ubl i c r e co r d a s sw o r n t e st i mo n y a n d t ha t
t t e e w i l l a do p t p r o ce dur e s w hi ch w i l l n o t p e r mi t st a ff t o p a r -
i n bo t h a n a ccusa t o r y a n d a n a dj udi ca t i n g r o l e.
h se v e r a l se ct i o n s o f t hi s st a t e me n t ha v e a di r e ct be a r i n g
e st a ff r e p o r t s, w e o ffe r he r e br i e f co mme n t s o n t hr e e o f t he m.
t h e d i r e c t o r o f r e s e a r c h
s
mi t t e e ' s di r e ct o r o f r e se a r ch de scr i be d t he l o gi c use d i n t he
o n o f hi s i n i t i a l r e p o r t a s "r e a so n i n g fr o mat o t a l e f f e c t t o i t s
o r s e c o n d a r y c a u s e s. "9

I f w e r e a d hi s r e p o r t fa i r l y i n t he f t hi s i n v e st i ga t i o n , hi s l o gi c p r o duce s t he fo l l o w i n g:( 1) i o n  o c c u r r e d  i n  t h e  Un i t e d  St a t e s  i n  t h e  y e a r s  1 9 3 3 -3 6;( 2 ) l ut i o n o ccur r e d w i t ho ut v i o l e n ce a n d w i t h t he ful l co n se n t o f

e l mi n g ma j o r i t y o f t he e l e ct o r a t e; ( 3) t hi s co ul d n o t ha v e
h a d  n o t  e d u c a t i o n  i n  t h e  Un i t e d  St a t e s  p r e p a r e d  i n  a d v a n c e
i t; ( 4 ) t he fo un da t i o n s co n t r i but e d fun ds a n d i de a s t o e du-
5 ) t he r e fo r e , t he fo un da t i o n s a r e r e sp o n si bl e fo r t he r e v o l u-
o r t i n que st i o n se e ms t o gi v e l i t t l e w e i ght t o t he gr e a t de -

o f t he e a r l y 19 3 0' s, t o W o r l d W a r I , a n d t o W o r l d W a r I I. fo un da t i o n s ha v e be e n cha r ge d w i t h so me un de fi n e d r e sp o n - fo r a n i n cr e a se i n t he p o w e r s a n d fun ct i o n s o f go v e r n me n t , t i s r e l e v a n t t ha t w a r a n d de p r e ssi o n br o ught a bo ut a n i n - xe r ci se o f p o w e r by bo t h t he e xe cut i v e a n d l e gi sl a t i v e a r ms

a t i o n a l  Go v e r n m e n t  u n d e r  t h e  C o n s t i t u t i o n.
Su r e l y  i t  i s
e v a n t t ha t , w hi l e so me me a sur e s a do p t e d by Go v e r n me n t dur -
e d e c a d e s w e r e a b a n d o n e d , o t h e r s h a v e c o n t i n u e d , d e s p i t e
n p a r t y co n t r o l , a s a p a r t o f o n go i n g p ubl i c p o l i cy.
I nany
n umbe r o f a l l e ga t i o n s he a r d i n t he co ur se o f t he se he a r i n gs

be di r e ct e d, n o t a t fo un da t i o n s, but a t t he e xe cut i v e , l e gi s- n d judi ci a l br a n che s o f t he Go v e r n me n t a n d a t t he e l e ct o r a t e. t r o n gl y p r o t e st a n y a t t e mp t t o i n v o l v e o ur t w o n o n p o l i t i ca l i o n s i n que st i o n s w hi ch a r e so ba si ca l l y p o l i t i ca l , bo t h be -

e c h a r g e s a r e u n s u p p o r t e d a n d b e c a u s e i t w o u l d b e o u t o f
fo r o ur t w o p hi l a n t hr o p i e s t o a t t e mp t t o r e p l y t o such a t t a cks
i v e p o l i t i ca l t e r ms.
t a l s o c o m m e n t u p o n t h e u s e o f t h e w o r d " r e v o l u t i o n " i n
t o f t he di r e ct o r o f r e se a r ch.
Th e  w o r d  h a s  s t r o n g  e m o -
so ci a t i o n s.
I t i s fr e que n t l y use d i n de ba t e be t w e e n p o l i t i ca l
a n d  b e t w e e n  f a c t i o n s  w i t h i n  a  p o l i t i c a l  p a r t y -a n d  i n  s u c h
s o r di n a r i l y a cce p t e d a s a fo r e n si c fi gur e o f sp e e ch.
ct , ho w e v e r , t o t he use o f t he w o r d "r e v o l ut i o n " i n a n o ffi ci a l
n g w he r e t he i mp l i ca t i o n i s a cha r ge o f w r o n gdo i n g.
Su c h
o f sp e e ch sho ul d n o t be use d a s a ba si s fo r a l l e gi n g i mp r o p e r
o r f o r i m p u g n i n g t h e r e p u t a t i o n s o f r e s p e c t a b l e a n d l a w -
p t , p. 12f f . , ibid. , p . 5.
p t , p. 46 ,ibid. , p. 2 0.
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a bi di n g ci t i z e n s. I t do e s n o t he l p t o p ut t he w o r d i n quo t a t i o n ma r ks-

t he se be co me l o st . I t do e s n o t he l p t o sa y, a t t he be gi n n i n g o f t he r e p o r t , "I n n o se n se sho ul d t he y [i. e. , t he st a t e me n t s i n t he r e p o r t ] beconsideredasproof"10 forsuchstatementsareoverlooked .Itdoes n o t e v e n he l p t ha t t he r e p o r t ca me o n l y fr o m a me mbe r o f t he st a ff,

fo r i t ha s a l r e a dy be e n a t t r i but e d i n t he p r e ss t o t he co mmi t t e e i t se l f.
As  a  r e c e n t  s t a t e m e n t  o f  t h e  Am e r i c a n  t r a d i t i o n  o n  s u c h  m a t t e r s ,  w e
c i t e  t h e  f o l l o w i n g  p o r t i o n  o f  a n  a d d r e s s  m a d e  b y  Pr e s i d e n t  Ei s e n h o w e r
o n
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3 1 ,  1 9 5 4 ,  a t  t h e  C o l u m b i a  Un i v e r s i t y  b i c e n t e n n i a l  d i n n e r  i n
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W h e n e v e r , a n d f o r w h a t e v e r a l l e g e d r e a s o n , p e o p l e a t t e m p t t o c r u s h i d e a s , t o
masktheirconvictions,tovieweveryneighborasapossibleenemy,toseek
s o m e k i n d o f d i v i n i n g r o d b y w h i c h t o t e s t f o r c o n f o r m i t y , a f r e e s o c i e t y i s i n
danger. W h e r e v e r m a n ' s r i g h t t o k n o w l e d g e a n d t h e u s e t h e r e o f i s r e s t r i c t e d ,
man' sfreedominthesamemeasuredisappears.
H e r e  i n  Am e r i c a  w e  a r e  d e s c e n d e di nbl o o d a n d i n sp i r i t fr o m r e v o l ut i o n a r i e s
a n d  r e b e l s -m e n  a n d  w o m e n  w h o  d a r e d  t o  d i s s e n t  f r o m  a c c e p t e d  d o c t r i n e.  As
t h e i r h e i r s , m a y w e n e v e r c o n f u s e h o n e s t d i s s e n t w i t h d i s l o y a l s u b v e r s i o n.
W i t h o u t  e x h a u s t i v e  d e b a t e -e v e n  h e a t e d  d e b a t e -o f  i d e a s  a n d  p r o g r a m s ,  f r e e
go v e r n me n t  w o ul d w e a ke n  a n d w i t he r. Bu t i f w e a l l o w o u r s e l v e s t o b e p e r -
s u a d e d  t h a t  e v e r y  i n d i v i d u a l -o r  p a r t y -t h a t  t a k e s  i s s u e  w i t h  o u r  o w n  c o n v i c -
t i o n s  i s  n e c e s s a r i l y  w i c k e d  o r  t r e a s o n o u s -t h e n  i n d e e d  w e  a r e  a p p r o a c h i n g  t h e
endoffreedom'sroad. "
Re p o r t  o f  t h eAs s i s t a n tDi r e c t o r  o f  R e s e a r c ho n  " Ec o n o m i c s  a n dt h e
Pu b l i c  I n t e r e s t "
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A f u r t h e r  i s s u e  o f  m a j o r  i m p o r t a n c e  i s  r a i s e d  b y  t h i s  r e p o r t ,  w h i c h
i s  e n t i t l e d  " Ec o n o m i c s  a n d  t h e  Pu b l i c  I n t e r e s t. "
I n hi s i n t r o duct i o n , t he w r i t e r o f t he r e p o r t sa ys
Th i s  r e p o r t  i s  m a d e  f o r  t h e  p u r p o s e  o f  s h o w i n g  t h e  n a t u r e  a n d  i n c r e a s i n g  c o s t s
o f  g o v e r n m e n t a l  p a r t i c i p a t i o n  i n  e c o n o m i c  a n d  w e l f a r e  a c t i v i t i e s  o f  t h e  Na t i o n.
Th e  b o d y  o f  t h e  r e p o r t  c o n t a i n s  a  n u m b e r  o f  t a b l e s  r e f l e c t i n g  t h e
up w a r d t r e n d o f F e de r a l Go v e r n me n t e xp e n di t ur e s fo r such p ur p o se s
a s ho usi n g a n d sl um cl e a r a n ce , so ci a l se cur i t y a n d he a l t h, e duca t i o n
( i n cl udi n g t he GI bi l l o f r i ght s) , p ubl i c w o r k s, fo o d p r o gr a ms, e t c.
Th e  f o u n d a t i o n s  a r e  b r o u g h t  i n t o  t h e  p i c t u r e  b y  s t a t e m e n t s  i n  t h e
p r e f a c e  t o  t h e  r e p o r t  t o  t h e  e f f e c t  t h a t  " Mo s t ,  i f  n o t  a l l  o f  t h e s e  n e w e r
a ct i v i t i e s o f go v e r n me n t a r e r e co mme n de d i n * * * r e p o r t s by v a r i o us
e duca t i o n a l gr o up s, so ci a l sci e n ce , a n d o t he r s, sup p o r t e d by fo un da -
t i o n gr a n t s, "11a n d  t h a t  " Mu c h  o f  t h i s  p l a n n i n g  w a s  d o n e  w i t h  t h e
a i d o f so ci a l sci e n t i st s i n go v e r n me n t e mp l o y * * * [ ma n y o f w ho m]
w e r e di r e ct l y o r i n di r e ct l y co n n e ct e d w i t h e duca t i o n a l o r ga n i z a t i o n s
w ho ha v e a n d st i l l a r e r e ce i v i n g v e r y subst a n t i a l a i d fr o m t he l a r ge
fo un da t i o n s. "
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Th e  i m p l i c a t i o n  o f  t h e s e  s t a t e m e n t s  i s  t h a t  a  g r a n t  b y  a  f o u n d a t i o n

t o e duca t i o n a l gr o up s o r i n st i t ut i o n s, o r fo r t he t r a i n i n g o f i n di v i dua l s t hr o ugh fe l l o w shi p s, ma ke s t he fo un da t i o n r e sp o n si bl e fo r t he v i e w s o f such gr o up s, o r ga n i z a t i o n s a n d i n di v i dua l s o n p ubl i c i ssue s.  Th e  r e - p o r t i n que st i o n se e ms t o a ssi gn t hi s r e sp o n si bi l i t y t o us e v e n i n t he

c a s e o f e m p l o y e e s o f Go v e r n m e n t w h o a r e k n o w n t o w o r k u n d e r t h e
p o l i c y  d i r e c t i o n  o f  t h e  Pr e s i d e n t ,  C a b i n e t  o f f i c e r s ,  a n d  t h e  C o n g r e s s.
10Tr a n s c r i p t ,  p. 4 2 , i b i d. ,p.  19.
11Th e  De p a r t m e n t  o f  St a t e  B u l l e t i n ,  v o l.  XXX,  No.  7 8 1 ,  Pu b l i c a t i o n  5 5 0 3  ( W a s h i n g t o n ,
D. C.: U. S.  G o v e r n m e n t  Pr i n t i n g  Of f i c e ,  J u n e  1 4 ,  1 9 5 4 ) ,  p. 9 02 .
12Tr a n s c r i p t ,  p. 1407,ibid. ,p. 6 28.
18Tr a n s c r i p t ,  p. 1403,I bid. ,p. 6 27.
14Tr a n s c r i p t ,  p. 1405,ibid. ,p. 6 27.

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