Congressional Black Caucus
President Nixon's Letter to Rep. Charles Diggs, Jr., in Response to Recommendations of the Congresional Black Caucus
At the first meeting between the Congressional Black Caucus and the executive branch on March 25, 1971, the CBC presented President Richard Nixon with a list of 60 recommendations for governmental action. This letter, Nixon's official response, was accompanied by a 115-page White House task force report.
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