Hoover report, 1953-1955

what it means to you as a citizen and taxpayer
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Statement[by] Neil Macneil and Harold W. Metz. Introd. by Herbert Hoover.
ContributionsMetz, Harold William, 1906-
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The hoover report by ‧ RELEASE DATE: Ap This is an unofficial, interpretive, for the most part expository report on the findings and recommendations made in the official report of the second Hoover Commission.

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Metz. (New York: The Macmillan Company. vi, $ Author: H. Malcolm Macdonald. Herbert Hoover at the National Press Club, Ma The 31st President of the United States, Herbert Hoover (), addressed the National Press Club eight months after President Dwight D.

Eisenhower appointed him to lead a commission to study and make recommendations for the reorganization of the executive branch. Neil Macneil and Harold W.

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Correspondence and subject files include information on national and Minnesota politics, the Republican Party, the first Hoover Commission on which Leslie served, Princeton University (the class of and the rare book library), Hennepin Avenue Methodist Church (Minneapolis, Minn.), books and book collecting, history of printing, travel, and the Leslie Paper Company.

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