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AUGUST 20, 1963

Griswold, Hon. Erwin N., Commissioner, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.

STATEMENTS

Blank, Rabbi Irwin, Synagogue Council of America; accompanied by

Father John F. Cronin, National Catholic Welfare Conference, and

Dr. Eugene Carson Blake, National Council of the Churches of Christ..

Collinson, Noyes, director, employment merit program, American Friends

Service Committee, and Miss Jean Fairfax, national representative for

southern programs, American Friends Service Committee.

Prepared statement..

Additional statements.

Dunbar, Leslie, executive director, Southern Regional Council, Atlanta,

Ga..

Prepared statement.
Farmer, James, national director, Congress of Racial Equality

Fowler, Andrew, director, Washington Bureau of the National Fraternal

Council of Churches, U.S.A., Inc..

Ginzberg, Dr. Eli, professor of economics, Columbia University

Griswold, Hon. Erwin N., Commissioner, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.

Prepared statement..

Summary of prepared statement..

Haggerty, C. J., president, Building and Construction Trades Department,

AFL-C10, prepared statement --

Henning, John F., Under Secretary of Labor; accompanied by Stanley C.

Ruttenberg, special assistant to the Secretary, and Kenneth Robertson,

Acting Deputy Solicitor.

Prepared statement.

Howden, Edward, chief, California State Fair Employment Practices

Commission...

Prepared statement-

Humphrey, Hon. Hubert H., a U.S. Senator from the State of Minnesota

Levering, Samuel R., chairman of the board, Christian Social Concerns,

The Five Years Meeting of Friends, prepared statement.-

Litvak, Milton, acting chairman, Missouri Commission on Human Rights..

Prepared statement-

Male, Raymond, commissioner of labor, Trenton, N.J..

McDonald, David J., president, United Steelworkers of America; accom-

panied by David Fuller, Grant Hoffmann, Francis Shane, Maurice

Moran, and Jerry Anker.

Prepared statement.

McDonald, James, executive director, State commission against discrimi-

nation, St. Paul, Minn.

Prepared statement.

Meany, George, president, AFL-CIO; accompanied by Andrew Biemiller,

legislative department; Thomas Harris, counsel; and Boris Shishkin,
civil rights department.

150

Megel, Carl J., president, American Federation of Teachers, prepared Page

statement.

309

Miller, Herman P., special assistant, Office of the Director, Bureau of the

Census...

321

Press release...

386
Morrow, Joseph J., vice president for administration, Pitney-Bowes, Inc.,
Stamford, Conn.

212

Peabody, Hon. Endicott, Governor, State of Massachusetts, prepared

statement.

281

Randolph, A. Philip, president, Negro America Labor Council, president,

Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, and vice president, AFL-CIO.

170

Reuther, Walter P., president, UAW, and Industrial Union Department,
AFL-CIO, prepared statement..

167
Richardson, Roy, personnel manager, Honeywell-Aeronautical Division,
Minneapolis, Minn..

420

Prepared statement..

418

Ross, Joseph, president, Davidson Bros., Inc., Detroit, Mich..

317

Prepared statement..

315

Sheinkman, Jacob, counsel, National Community Relations Advisory

Committee...

467

Prepared statement..

463

Spitz, Henry, general counsel, New York State Commission for Human

Rights.

255

Prepared statement.-

233

Wheeler, Walter H., Jr., chairman of the board, Pitney-Bowes, Inc.,

Stamford, Conn., presented by Joseph J. Morrow..

212

Prepared statement...

208

Wilkins, Roy, executive director, National Association for the Advance-

ment of Colored People; chairman, Leadership Conference on Civil

Rights...

196

Wirtz, Hon. W. Willard, Secretary of Labor, Vice Chairman, President's

Commission on Equal Employment Opportunity; accompanied by

Charles Don Avon, Solicitor of the Department of Labor; Thompson

Powers, Deputy Solicitor; and Robert' Nagle, assistant to the Vice

Chairman of the President's Committee on Equal Opportunity-

389

Prepared statement...

390

Young, Whitney M., Jr., executive director, National Urban League... 175

COMMUNICATIONS
Dunbar, Leslie W., executive director, Southern Regional Council, Inc.,
Atlanta, Ga., letters, dated:
March 20, 1963, to Hobart Taylor, Jr., Executive Vice Chairman,
President's Committee on Equal Opportunity--

461
August 27, 1963, to Senator Javits..

462
Katzenbach, Nicholas de B., Deputy Attorney General, letter, dated

August 15, 1963, to Senator Clark pertaining to constitutionality of
certain fair employment practices bills.

485

McNamara, Robert S., Secretary of Defense, letter, dated April 26, 1963,

to the Vice President....

407

Yarmolinsky, Adam, special assistant to the Secretary of Defense, letter,

dated May 31, 1963, to Hobart Taylor explaining penciled notations in

Robert McNamara letter..

407

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Comparative complaint experiences under State fair employment practice
laws, compilation prepared by Department of Labor.

134
Constitutional basis for legislation before the 88th Congress to prohibit

discrimination in employment because of race, color, etc., memorandum
prepared by Department of Labor.

127

"Economic Costs of Racial Discrimination in Employment,” study by

Council of Economic Advisers...

116

"Economic Status of Negroes: In the Nation and in the South," pamphlet

by Prof. Vivian W. Henderson...

433

Memorandum to Senator Clark from AFL-CIO Department of Legislation

on removal of membership restrictions based on race, 1942-63.

150

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION—Continued
Memorandum to Senator Clark from Department of Labor on constitution- Page
ality of the fair employment practices bills..

127
Memorandum to Senator Javits regarding companies from which further
contracts had been ordered withheld..

409
Memorandum to Senator Prouty from Economic Division, Legislative

Reference Service, Library of Congress, on unemployment rates of
Negroes in States having FEPC laws..

108
Nondiscrimination in apprenticeship and training policy, regulations of
the Department of Labor pertaining to..

121
Opening statement of the President at his press conference, August 1.. 483
Principal provisions, Equal Employment Opportunity Act, proposed by
Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, summary of.

94
Record of removal of membership restrictions based on race by AFL-CIO

affiliates, 1942–63, memorandum prepared by AFL-CIO Department
of Civil Rights...

160
Second and Third Conferences of Governors on Civil Rights, 1959 and
1960, statements of -

283, 285
State laws dealing with nondiscrimination in employment, Library of
Congress Legislative Reference Service compilation, appendix...

499
Table A.-Employment in industry divisions, 1947-62..

138
Table B.-Employed persons, by occupational group and color, 1948 and
1962.

139
Table C.-Unemployment rates by color, age, sex, and by selected major
occupational group, 1962.

140

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1963

U.S. SENATE, SUBCOMMITTEE ON EMPLOYMENT AND MANPOWER OF THE COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC WELFARE,

Washington, D.C. The subcommittee met at 10 a.m., pursuant to notice, in room 4232, New Senate Office Building, Hon. Joseph S. Clark (chairman of the subcommittee) presiding.

Present: Senators Clark, Randolph, Pell, Burdick, Kennedy, Prouty, and Javits.

Also present: Senator Hubert H. Humphrey.

Committee staff members present: Stewart E. McClure, chief clerk; Edward D. Friedman, counsel to the subcommittee; Michael Bernstein, minority counsel; and Raymond D. Hurley, associate minority counsel.

Senator CLARK. The subcommittee will be in session.

We begin today hearings on four bills dealing with fair employment practice. These bills are S. 773, introduced on February 11 of this year by me, with a number of cosponsors, including Senators Case and Humphrey; S. 1210, introduced by Senator Case for himself and a number of cosponsors; S. 1211, also introduced by Senator Case, with the same cosponsors; and a bill which has not as yet been introduced by Senator Humphrey, but which I understand he will introduce today, which will be referred to this subcommittee as a bill and of which I am also a cosponsor.

(The bills referred to follow :)

1 Subsequently S. 1937.

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