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First Round of Units in February - Red China Study Wind-up (Virginia Bogard)
Campaign Practices -- Urgent!!
President's Page (Mary George)
Preview of Things to Come - Continuing Responsibilities (Tosh Tasaka)
Opportunity Knocks Twice This Month (Frances McLeod)
Classified Ads - Wanted
Report of the Nominating Committee
Why a Single Slate?
New Members
Hawaii Council on Crime (Marilyn Bornhorst)
Consensus Statement as Prepared by the Local Agenda Committee (Jane Hewitt)

Preview of Things to Come - Continuing Responsibilities


Representatives of the LWV are ready to testify before Congress on legislation dealing with positions we have reached from our past governmental studies. One such study began in 1924, went through several phases, a part of the issue has been enacted into law, but a segment of the original problem remains with us after 44 years! What these studies are and how the positions were reached and what action will be taken in this session of the Congress is the topic for discussion at the 2nd round of Units for February.

Why did the national League adopt the study of the apportionment of state, legislatures and what did we learn from that study? What did we study in the area of loyalty-security, why, what is our position and what lies ahead? What is the League position on tax rates, what action has been taken? Read up on the "National Continuing Responsibilities" and come to the Units and join the discussion. These Units should be of particular interest to new members from the stand point of "who speaks for me-why-and in what voice?"

Lila Grossman

Suggested Reading;

National Continuing Responsibilities 1966-68

Current Review of Continuing Responsibilities No. 8 April 1967

National Voter - Articles on Apportionment

Representation for All Citizens (supplement) July 1965
Variations on an Old Theme January 1966
Will Change Make A Difference September 1966
Threat Stalks Apportionment Drama May-June 1967

Saturday Review - July 15, 1967 "THE QUIET CAMPAIGN TO REWRITE THE CONSTITUTION" pages-17-20 Author Theodore C. Sorenson

Saturday Evening Post - June 17, 1967 Editorial "LET'S FORGET THE FIRST AMENDMENT"
"Speaking Out - "THEY WANT TO TAMPER WITH THE CONSTITUTION." Author: Senator Joseph D. Tydings

National Civic Review - February 1966 "REPRESENTATION" by William J, D, Boyd

Concern July 1-15, 1967 and September 1, 1967 "THE LAST COLONY I-II" by Raoul Kulberg

National Voter - March 1967 - "A D.C. LEAGUER LOOKS AT WASHINGTON"


Tosh Tasaka

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