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COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY

WILLIAM LANGER, North Dakota, Chairman

ALEXANDER WILEI, Wisconsin

PAT MCCARRAN, Nevada

WILLIAM E. JENNER, Indiana

HARLEY M. KILGORE, West Virginia
ARTHUR V. WATKINS, Utah

JAMES 0. EASTLAND, Mississippi
ROBERT C. HENDRICKSON, New Jersey ESTES KEFAUVER, Tennessee
EVERETT MCKINLEY DIRKSEN, Illinois WILLIS SMITH, North Carolina
HERMAN WELKER, Idaho

OLIN D. JOHNSTON, South Carolina
JOHN MARSHALL BUTLER, Maryland THOMAS C. HENNINGS, JR., Missouri

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* Dana Converse, Association of the Bar of the City of New

190
ain, Bernard, B'nai B'rith.

253
* In Louella Miller, legislative associate, American Association
versity Women.

602
Charles F., Jr., executive-secretary, Board of World Peace,
l'artist Church...

378

*** Hon. John W., a l'nited States Senator from Ohio.

2

****ii, Hon. Herbert, Jr., Attorney General of the United States.- 901

- George P., international representative, American Federation

Letos...

1082

1., Eberhard P., member, committee on peace and law, American

Association...

**+5. Adin M., assistant legislative representative, Veterans of

in Wars of the United States...

289

*, Hon. John Foster, Secretary of State of the United States. 823

ald, Edward, attorney, Uniontown, Pa..

364

six hen F., General Counsel, Department of Commerce -- 1035, 1077

2.1, Albert I., member, board of directors, American Association

te United Nations..

650

irger, Clark, executive director, American Association for

(ment of the United Nations.

745

Rudolph, international representative, International Associa-

of Machinists, AFL..

779

ef. Vrs. Merwyn, Afton, N. Y

176

George A., Sr., member, committee on peace and law, American

| Association.

1104

led, Mrs. Enid H., vice-president, the National Economic

1, Inc...

174

.*, Vermont, member, committee on peace and law, American

4: Association....

83

in, L. Roy, secretary, executive committee of the National

527

- 25., Frank E., past president, American Bar Association.. 129, 1216
11. Mrs. Ernest W., legislative chairman, the Wheel of Progress. 19

ads, Miles D., director, national legislative commission, the

erican Legion, Washington, D. C.--

285

koger, General Counsel, Department of Defense

951

**, Jacob, past president, American Bar Association.

629
. Mrs. William D., national defense chairman, National Society
len England Women..

17
8. Mrs. James C., executive secretary, National Society,
mighters of the American Revolution...

171
1... Maj. Gen. Melvin, USMC (retired), Military Order of the
rid Wars..

947
.1, Clarence, former dean of College of Law, University of

i "me Dame..

809

3. *, Will, general counsel, American Jewish Congress-

305

th, W. L. representing Chamber of Commerce of the United

530

Frederick C., committee on national affairs of New York

591
-il, James G., member, Association of the Bar of the City of

- York.

368

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Statement of-Continued

Nash, Hon. Frank C., Assistant Secretary for Defense, Department

of Defense

Ober, Frank B., member, committee on peace and law, American Bar

Association,

Oliver, Covey T., professor of international law, University of

California.

Parker, Hon. John J., judge, United States Circuit Court of Appeals

(Fourth Circuit).
Pearson, Theodore, chairman, committee on Federal legislation, Asso-

ciation of the Bar of the City of New York..

Perlman, Philip B., former Solicitor General of the United States

Phillips, Hon. Orie L., chief judge, United States Court of Appeals

(Tenth Circuit).

984, 1

Rhyne, Charles S., representing Chamber of Commerce of the United

States

Rix, Carl, past president, American Bar Association.

75, )

Sanders, J. T., legislative counsel, National Grange-
Schein, Ernest, chairman, committee on international law, District of

Columbia Bar Association.

Schweppe, Alfred J., chairman, committee on peace and law, Ameri-

can Bar Association.

33, 1186, 1

Scott, Rev. De Loss M., pastor, National Tabernacle of Washington,

D. C...

Stassen, Hon. Harold E., Director, Mutual Security Agency-

Tuttle, Elbert P., General Counsel, Department of the Treasury

Tweed, Harrison, attorney, New York City -

Watt, 'James, manager, Washington office, Christian Science Com-

mittee on Publication..

Whatley, David, attorney, Washington, D. C.
Williams, George W., attorney, Baltimore, Md.

Wright, Quincy, international law faculty, University of Chicago.

Statements submitted by-

Air Transport Association of America.

Americans for Democratic Action --

Castle, W. R., Washington, D. C...
Conference of State Manufacturers Association -
Coon, Hon. Sam, Member of the House of Representatives, Second

District, Oregon..

Curtis, Merritt B., national secretary, National Sojourners, Inc.-

Daniel, Hon. Price, a United States Senator from the State of Texas-

Delaney, George P., international representative, American Federation

of Labor.

Durkin, Hon. Martin P., Secretary of Labor of the United States.
Ferman, Irving, director, Washington, D. C., office, American Civil

Liberties Union.-

Kyle, John M. De Witt, III, president, National Defense League of

America..

Lawyers Committee of the United World Federalists, Inc.-

Lull, Dr. George F., secretary and general manager, American Medical

Association

Lynn, John C., legislative director, American Farm Bureau Federation.
McDonough, Gordon L., Member of the House of Representatives,

15th District, California.

Murphy, Ray, former national commander, American Legion..

National Association of Manufacturers...

O'Neill, C. William, attorney general of the Sta Ohio, in behalf

of the National Association of Attorneys General.-

Potofsky, Jacob S., Congress of Industrial Organizations -

Redmond, Paul A., president, Southern States Industrial Council..

Roche, Prof. John P., Friends Committee on National Legislation.

Schwartzberg, Hugh, national chairman, Collegiate Council for the

United Nations..

Singer, Max, Students for Democratic Action

Steuben Society of America, National Council.

Strackbein, O. R., chairman, National Labor-Management Council

on Foreign Trade Policy-

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tants submitted by-Continued
rezle. William S., president, National Foreign Trade Council, Inc.-

Catholie Association for International Peace -

* men's International League for Peace and Freedom.

2 Women's Christian Association, National Board.

of Senate Joint Resolution 1, 83d Congress

of Hon. Thruston B. Morton, Assistant Secretary of State---

Vaneous telegrams and letters.

i is from September 1, 1952, report of the committee on peace

ir to the house of delegates of the American Bar Association..

** from February 1, 1953, report of the committee on peace

sw to the house of delegates of the American Bar Association..

*** of John J. Gunther, legislative representative, Americans for

cratic Action, dated February 16, 1903. --

6.** ,zal from the Journal of the Judicature Society by Mr. Carl B.

um of committee on peace and law, American Bar Associa-

in rerlr to Mr. Perlman.

" Mr. Eberhard P. Deutsch appearing in the September 1952

of the American Bar Association Journal.-

. at appearing in the New Orleans Times-Picayune, January 12,

cel sketch of Frank E. Holman..

harganizations and associations supporting constitutional

iment on treaties and executive agreements.

* Mr. Neal Stanford appearing in the January 26, 1953, issue

("hristian Science Monitor

of committee on Federal legislation and committee on inter-
*3" sal law of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York

Siste Joint Resolution 130, 82d Congress-

1: ***** of Rev. Claude Bunzel at Ninth Annual State Convention,

Ar-sican Council of Christian Churches of California, November 6,

:?

I of Mr. Clarence Manion to Senator Everett Dirksen, dated

porary 18, 1953

ir appearing in the Christian Science Monitor, September 26,
V= randum of the Department of State entitled “The Nature and

Papare of the WHO International Sanitary Regulations”.

je of statement of Department of State on activities of WHO

for a the Boston office, Christian Science Monitor-

Norandum of Mr. Will Maslow on the question “Is the President

Brund by the First Amendment?”.

Eriat from State Department Bulletin dated July 7, 1952, entitled

Progress Toward Completion of Human Rights Covenants”.

Telegram of Mr. Clarence Manion, dated February 24, 1953, addressed

* vaator William Langer...

it of Chief Justice Vinson in the Steel Seizure case.

kanpe of the section of international and comparative law of the

Azerican Bar Association....

pament brief submitted in the Steel Seizure case

rement of Mr. Philip B. Perlman submitted on Senate Joint Reso-

*199 130, 82d Congress

of members of house of delegates of the American Bar Association

of Janinary 12, 1953...

iarks of Benjamin V. Cohen to informal group of Senators,

porary 9, 1953

Conventions 87 and 98.

deport of Robert L. Hogg to the American Life Convention on the

1952 ILO Conference

embership list of the special committee to study the effects of the

reaty process on domestic laws of the United States Chamber of

Commerce

angry of the Universal Copyright Convention.

Pegaphical data on Charles 8. Rhyne.

Storial appearing in the New York Herald Tribune, February 21,

294

302

573

576

590

Exhibits Continued

.
Report of the committee on amendments to the Federal Constitution

of the New York State Bar..
Resolution adopted by the Confernce on United States Responsibility

for World Leadership..
Motion of the American Association for the United Nations for leave

to file brief as Amicus curiae..
Editorial from the March 2, 1953, issue of the Christian Science

Monitor..
Letter of Will Clayton addressed to Hon. Estes Kefauver, dated

March 21, 1953
Articles of Śenator John Bricker and Mr. Bernard Fensterwold, Jr.,

which appeared in the December 1952 issue of the Federal Bar ZIRI

Journal
Letter of Mr. Charles P. McCormick addressed to Senator Langer.
Supplementary statement of the Department of State on Senate Joint

Resolution i and Senate Joint Resolution 43.
Historical background of the treaty clauses of the Constitution (sub.

mitted by Department of State)-
Memorandum of Department of State on treaty provisions prevailing

over inconsistent State laws.----
Memorandum of Department of State on survey of foreign treaty

procedures..
Memorandum of Department of State on making of international

agreements other than treaties...
Address of Mr. John Foster Dulles before the regional meeting of the

American Bar Association, Louisville, Ky, April 11, 1952.-

Memorandum prepared by Department of the Treasury on effects of

proposed amendments on Federal control of narcotic drug traffic.. 10

Memorandum prepared by Department of the Treasury on use of

executive agreements in the field of international finance.--

10

Memorandum prepared by Department of the Treasury on treties and

executive agreements affe ing Coast Guard operations.---

10

Memorandum prepared by Department of the Treasury on effect of

treaty amendments on tax treaties.--.

10

Memorandum submitted by representative of the American Federa-

tion of Labor on the ILO as a World Parliament...

10

Memorandum submitted by Mr. Finch on modern constitutional
provisions concerning the treatymaking power...-

11

Article by Mr. George A. Finch appearing in the American Bar Asso-

ciation Journal entitled “The Treaty-Clause Amendment—the

Case for the Association.

11

Article by Judge John J. Parker appearing in the August 1952 issue

of the American Bar Association Journal on an International
Criminal Court..

116.

Article by Mr. George A. Finch appearing in the August 1952 issue

of the American Bar Association Journal entitled “An Interna-

tional Criminal Court: The Case Against Its Adoption",

115

Statement on War by Executive Order, by Senator Arthur V. Watkins - 117

Newspaper article from the Chicago Tribune by William Moore

entitled “NATO Pacts Cut Into United States Rights, Backers

Admit”.

118

Editorial appearing in the April 7, 1953, issue of the New Orleans

Times-Picayune

118

Editorial appearing in the April 7, 1953, issue of the New Orleans

States..

119

Statement by the LaJolla, Calif., Unit of Pro-America..

120

Letter addressed to Senator John Butler of Maryland by Mr. Elbert

P. Tuttle, General Counsel, Department of the Treasury ..

120

Memorandum by Dr. Salo Engel of the University of Tennessee on

Senate Joint Resolution 1.

120

Resolution adopted by the National Cotton Compress and Cotton

Warehouse Association..

1201

Compilation of names of persons communicating with subcommittee

on Senate Joint Resolutions 1 and 43 and position thereon.

Letter addressed to Senator William Langer from Mr. Joseph D.

Stecher, secretary, American Bar Association on report submitted to

house of delegates as report of section on international and com-

parative law.

1215

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