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Civil rights during the Carter administration, 1977-1981 [microform] / project coordinator, Christian James.
Carter, Jimmy, 1924-
Bethesda, MD : UPA collection from LexisNexis, 2006-
microfilm reels ; 35 mm. + guides ( v.)
Civil rights movements
Politics and government
Martin, Louis 1912-1997
Carter, Jimmy 1924-
James, Christian, 1981-
University Publications of America (Firm)
Black studies research sources
[More in this series]
Open to research.
Reproduces document files collected by the office of Louis E. Martin, special assistant to the president, whose primary focus was on civil rights issues and minority affairs. Documents include internal White House memoranda, correspondence between White House and federal agency officials, government reports, invitation lists for major events, correspondence from individuals and organizations, and newspaper articles and editorials.
"Microfilmed from the holdings of the Jimmy Carter Library, Atlanta, Georgia."
Each section accompanied by a printed guide, entitled: A guide to the microfilm edition of Civil rights during the Carter administration, 1977-1981. Guides to sections A-C compiled by Dan Elasky; guide to section D compiled by Ariel W. Simmons.
pt. 1. Papers of the special assistant for black affairs.
Papers of the Special Assistant for Black Affairs.
Guide to the microfilm edition of Civil rights during the Carter administration, 1977-1981.
0886927862 (part 1, section A)
9780886927868 (part 1, section A)
0886928427 (part 1, section B)
9780886928421 (part 1, section B)
9780886928445 (part 1, section C)
0886928443 (part 1, section C)
9780886928476 (part 1, section D)
0886928478 (part 1, section D)
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