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1 A Commission on Ethics in Government
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Amendments to the Administrative Procedure
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Mandatory disclosure of income assets and certain transactions 4 Thorough study of proposed changes in criminal law
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Creation of a citizens organization to work for better government on the national level 6 Measures meriting additional study and consideration
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Foreword
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Nature of the problem
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The need for an investigating commission
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Commission on Ethics in Government
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Situations which give rise to ethical problems
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The development of voluntary codes of professional ethics
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General remedies proposed
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Mandatory disclosure of income assets and certain transactions
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Amendments to the Administrative Pro cedure
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Study of proposed changes in criminal
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A national citizens organization to work for better government
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Proposals regarding Congress
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Proposals regarding the Executive Branch
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Proposals regarding politics
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Who Are Responsible?
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Additional views of Senator Aiken It s 6 7
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APIENDIX 69 71 72 A Recommended joint resolution to establish a Commission on Ethics in Government
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B Recommended bill to amend the Administrative Procedure
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Recommended bill to require Members of Congress and other Govern ment officials to disclose income assets and dealings
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Suggested bill to amend criminal laws in reference to bribery and graft claims against the Government Government contracts and other conduct of G...
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E Memorandum on suggested bill to amend criminal laws
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F Rules of procedure the Subcommittee on Administration of the Inter
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Introduction by Senator Hubert H Humphrey Page Para
Exhibit AAtomic Energy Commission security policies and practices
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Exhibit DUnited Electrical Radio and Machine Workers of America
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nal Revenue Laws of the House Ways and Means Committee 74
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Exhibit ECongress of Industrial Organizations 1949 proceedings relat
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III
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PERTINENT BACKGROUND DATA
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RECENT LABOR FORCE AND EMPLOYMENT TRENDS
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Duration of employment on current jobs
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The scope of Federal regulation of labormanagement relations 9
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State court injunction cases 23
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dixThe problem of removal to Federal courts 36
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Average number of years of life remaining at selected ages by color
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Population by color in 1950 for cities of 50000 or more with more than
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Percent distribution of employed men and women by major industry
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Significance of the term Federal aid to education
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Utilization of Federal surplus property
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Paso
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Summary
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Hearings
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