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Gold Commission Report Annex E

Gold Commission Report Annex E

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ANNEX EContents
the Commission's Permanent Record
557Contents of the Commission's Permanent Record
Legislation and Legislative History
96-389, Section 10, authorizing establishment of theCommission.
Congressional Record of Senate discussion of establishmentof Commission, June 16, 1980, S7071-2.
Congressional Record of House discussion of establishmentof Commission, September 18, 1980, H9136-7.
Congressional Record of House appointment of members toCommission, March 23, 1981, H1041.
Congressional Record of Senate appointment of members toCommission, May 20, 1981, S5357.
Congressional Record of Senate agreement to extendCommission deadline, September 22, 1981, S10248-50.
Congressional Recordof House agreement to extendCommission deadline,September 24, 1981, H6589.
Record of Meetings
July 16, 1981, informal notes.
September 18, 1981, transcript.
October 26, 1981, transcript.
November 12, 1981, transcript.
November 13, 1981, transcript.
December 11, 1981, transcript.
January 8, 1982, transcript.
February 12, 1982, transcript.
1982, transcript.Press Releases
June 22, 1981r press release announcing establishmentof the Gold Commission.
July 6, 1981, press release announcing thatDr. Anna Schwartz will assist in the work of the GoldCommission.
October 22, 1981, press release announcing that GoldCommission will hold public hearings and invite writtenviews.
1981, press release announcing that GoldCommission will hold public hearings and providingnames of witnesses.Written Testimony by Witnesses at November 12-13, 1981, HearingsAliber, Robert
University of Chicago,'Statement Before the Gold Commission,* November 12, 1981.Benko, Ralph, Pattison, Sampron, Ginsberg
*Memorandum to the
Gold Commission; The Constitu-tional Requirement that U.S. Currency Be Backed byPrecious Metals,' November 12, 1981.Bernstein, Edward Me, EMB (Ltd), .*What Role For Gold In TheMonetary System?*, November 12, 1981.Bostian, David B. Jr., Bostian Research Associates, Inc.*The Quest for Real Long Term Economic Growth
Assessingthe Role of Restoration of a Gold Standard
November 12,1981.Cooper, Richard N., Hamard University, *Statement Beforethe U.S. Gold Commission,* November 13, 1981.Davies, Richard
Gold 1nstitute/L1 nstitute de l'Or,'Facilitating the Options of Using Gold as an AuxiliaryCurrency," November 13, 1981.Dornbusch, Rudiger, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,*Statement Before the Gold Commission," November 13, 1981.Fellner, William, American Enterprise Institute, "ViewsPresented to the Gold Commission,* November 13, 1981.Greenspan, Alan, Townsend-Greenspan
Co., Inc., "State-ment Before the Federal Gold Commission," November 13, 1981.Holzer, Henry Mark, Brooklyn Law School, "Gold and MonetaryReform," November 12, 1981.Jastram, Roy
University of California, Berkeley,"Testimony Before the Gold Commission," November 13, 1981.Junz, Helen B., Townsend-Greenspan
CO, Inc., *StatementBefore the Federal Gold Commission," November 13, 1981.Kenen, Peter B., Princeton University, "Why Gold Is Not TheAnswer," November 12, 1981.Meltzer, Allan
Carnegie-Mellon University, "Epistleto the Gold Commission," November 12, 1981.Miles, Marc A., Rutgers University
New Brunswick, "TheCase For
Price Rule Such as the Gold Standard," AppendixA, "The Tenuous Case for
Quantity Rule," November 13, 1981.

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