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Cox Committee Hearings on the Investigation of Tax-Exempt Foundations (1952) - Transcripts

Cox Committee Hearings on the Investigation of Tax-Exempt Foundations (1952) - Transcripts

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These are the complete transcripts of the United States House of Representatives Cox Committee hearings in 1952 into the potential un-American activities of tax-exempt foundations. This document is 818 pages long 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 Reece 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 We can thank Charlotte Iserbyt and her associates for this important historical document.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 Reece Committee Hearings Transcripts...
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/3684101/Reece-Committee-Hearings-TaxExempt-Foundations-1953-Part-3-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 "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 complete transcripts of the United States House of Representatives Cox Committee hearings in 1952 into the potential un-American activities of tax-exempt foundations. This document is 818 pages long 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 Reece 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 Reece Committee Hearings Transcripts...
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/3684101/Reece-Committee-Hearings-TaxExempt-Foundations-1953-Part-3-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 "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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TAX-EXEMPT FOUNDATIONS
HEARINGS
BEFORE THE
SELECT COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE
TAX-EXEMPT FOUNDATIONS ANDCOMPARABLE ORGANIZATIONSHOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
EIGHTY-SECOND CONGRESS
SECOND SESSIONON
H
. Res. 561
WASHINGTON, D
. C
.
NOVEMBER 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, DECEMBER 2, 3, 5, 8,9, 10, 11, 15, 22, 23, AND 30, 1952
UNITED STATESGOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
25677
WASHINGTON
:
1953
 
SELECT COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE TAX-EXEMPT
FOUNDATIONS
AND COMPARABLE ORGANIZATIONS
EUGENE E
. COX, Georgia,
-Chairman
BROOKS HAYS, Arkansas
RICHARD M
. SIMPSON, Pennsylvania
AIME J
. FORAND, Rhode Island
ANGIER L
. GOODWIN, Massachusetts
DONALD L
. O'TOOLE, New York
B
. CARROLL REECE, Tennessee
HAROLD
M
.
KEELE,
General Counsel
II
 
CONTENTS
PageHouse
Resolution 561
1Statement of-Aldrich, Malcolm Pratt, president, Commonwealth Fund
403Andrews, F
. Emerson, staff member, Russell Sage Foundation
19, 83,
Barkin, Solomon, director of research, Textile Workers Union ofAmerica
649`Barnard, Chester I., consultant to the Rockefeller Foundation
555
.
Bush, Vannevar, president, Carnegie Institution of Washington
149
,
Bogolepov, Igor
673
.
Budenz, Louis Francis, faculty member, Fordham University and Seton
Hall University
716Davis, John W
., honorary trustee, Carnegie Endowment for Interna-
tional Peace
569
,
Dollard, Charles, president, Carnegie Corp
. of New York
323
:
Enrich, Alvin C., vice president, Fund for the Advancement ofEducation
308
Field, Marshall, president, the Field Foundation
436
Ford, Henry, II, chairman of trustees, Ford Foundation, and president,
"
Ford Motor Co
218Gaither, H. Rowan, Jr
., associate director, Ford Foundation
195
Gellhorn, Walter, professor of law, Columbia University
735
Hahn, Maxwell, director and secretary, the Field Foundation
436Hoffman, Paul G
., president and director,. Ford Foundation
228,649
Hollis, Ernest V., Chief of College Administration, United,States Office
Myers, Elkan R
., president, Associated Jewish Charities of Baltimore,
Baltimore, Md
6400
Myers, William I., dean, New York State College of Agriculture, Cor-nell University
-----
123,141Reid, Ira D. A., professor of sociology, Haverford College
729'
Rockefeller, John D
., III
56&
Rose, Milton Curtiss, secretary, William 0
. Whitney Foundation
411Rosenfeld, Moses W
., attorney, Blades & Rosenfeld, Baltimore, Md_---623
:
Rusk, Dean, president, The Rockefeller Foundation, and president, The
General Education Board
475,507,647ni
of Education
2Hutchins, Robert M
., associate director, Ford Foundation
263Johnson, Joseph E
., president, Carnegie Endowment for International
Peace
572
Johnson, Manning, consultant, Investigation Section, Immigration andNaturalization Service, United States Department of Justice
704Josephs, Devereux C., president, New York Life Insurance Co
., trustee,
Carnegie Corp
380
,
Katzner, J
. Benjamin, Baltimore, Md
- -
645
Kohlberg, Alfred, director, American Chinese Policy Association, and
officer of American Jewish League Against Communism
651
Leffingwell, Russell C., chairman, board of trustees, Carnegie Corp
.
of New York
369'Malkin, Maurice, consultant, Immigration and Naturalization Service,United States Department of Justice
689
Middlebush, Dr
. Frederick, president, University of Missouri
105Moe, Henry Allen, secretary, John Simon Guggenheim MemorialFoundation
601Simmons, James Stevens, dean, Harvard School of Public Health
85
Sloan, Alfred P., president, Sloan Foundation
-
453
Straight, Michael Whitney, president, William C
. Whitney Foundation_
411Sugarman, Norman A
., Assistant Commissioner of Internal Revenue--55r
Wriston, Dr. Henry M
., president, Brown University
'
163
Young, Donald, general director. Russell Sage Foundation
383