Senator Mansfield responds to President Nixon's veto of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare bill (H.R. 13111) by outlining the programs affected and suggesting that if the Senate doesn't override, a compromise bill may be worked out. He also responds to questions regarding Judge Carswell, the effectiveness of the Nixon administration, environmental issues and crime legislation.
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Mansfield, Mike, --1903-2001.; United States--Social policy.; United States--Politics and government--1969-1974.
Mike Mansfield Political Speeches, Press Interviews, and Campaign Advertisements Audio Recordings, OH 022
University of Montana. Mansfield Library. Archives and Special Collections
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Mansfield, Michael "Mike" J., "Response to President Nixon's veto of the H.E.W. bill, January 27, 1970" (1970). Mike Mansfield Political Speeches, Press Interviews and Campaign Audio Recordings. 32.