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Organizing for national security Selected
THE NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL
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Organizational structure of the National Security Council chart 8
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Operations Coordinating Boardofficial description 18 25
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Use of financial appendixesofficial memorandum 26
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The President and National Security by Dillon Anderson from
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Role of the National Security Council in the Formulation of National
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The National Security Council by Timothy W Stanley with Harry
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Harvard Alumni Bulletin Sept 28 1957 94
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The Astronomer and the Gondolas by John T Noonan Jr from
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Analysis of our Policy Machine by Robert R Bowie from the
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A Proposal by William R Kintner from Orbis
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The Policymaker and the Intellectual by Henry A Kissinger from the ܙܙ
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How Shall We Forge a Strategy for Survival? by Senator Henry M
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Can We Entrust Defense to a Committee? by Hans J Morgenthau froin
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Thoughts About Thought in High Places by Dean Acheson from
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Organization of Federal executive depart
Department of the Interior
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Department of the Treasury
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Permanent commissions 51
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REORGANIZATIONS EFFECTUATED
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Atomic Energy Commission
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Tennessee Valley Authority
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Reorganization of the passport functions
Premise of report
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Authority to issue passports
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Passport refusal and limitation
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Hearing and review
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Establishment of the Passport Office
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Reorganization of the Passport Office S 3340 Mar 1 1956
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Growing importance of travel
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Office of International Travel
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Staff recommendations
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Appendix A Workload of the Passport Office
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Organizational history of the National
Foreword III
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The second phase June 1950January 1953 15
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Health in the Americas and the Pan American
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Foreword
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Changes in the NSC Staff Since July 1 1957 49
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Financial support
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Urbanization
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G Economic cycle of disease
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B Aēdes aegypti vector of urban yellow fever
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E Tuberculosis
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Deaths from tuberculosis per 100000 population in Chile
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H Whooping cough and other diseases of childhood
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Animals involved mode of human infection and geographic distribution of major zoonoses in the Americas 37
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SPECIFIC HEALTH PROBLEMS
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Cardiovascular diseases
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Deaths from cardiovascular diseases per 100000 population
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B Sewage and excreta disposal facilities
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B Hospital and medical care facilities
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Percent of total deaths that occur in infancy and early child
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Number of sanitary engineers and sanitarians in 1957 and esti
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G Personnel in health education 92
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Fellows receiving awards in the Americas and fellows arriving
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A Planning and strengthening of general health activities 98
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Organizing for national socurity Super
Introduction 1
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The Pan American Health OrganizationHistorical landmarks XXII
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A Superstaff for national security?
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three regions of the Americas 1950 11
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Percentage change in total and per capita food production
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Distribution of the 64 cases of jungle yellow fever reported
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Distribution of yaws in the Americas December 31 1956 25
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Depository libraries
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Central Intelligence Agency
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Introduction
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Budget and accounting activities 193040
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Government Corporation Control Act of 1945
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Distribution of smallpox cases reported in the Americas 1958 27
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Strengthening fiscal controls
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Evaluation of the 1946 act and provisions for a legislative budget
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Joint financial management improvement program
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Amendments to Legislative Reorganization Act 80th83d Congresses
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Treasury Department
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Second Commissions recommendations on budgeting and accounting
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Implementation of Commission recommendations
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National Security Act Amendments of 1949
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Post Office Department Financial Control Act of 1950
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Supplemental Appropriation Act of 1955Section 1311
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Costbased budgets and accrual accounting
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Annual accruedexpenditure limitations
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OTHER BUDGET AND ACCOUNTING LEGISLATION
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Reimbursements to the Department of the Treasury for services performed
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Simplified procedures for handling Government checks Public Law 85
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Bureau of the Budget
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Administrative agencies
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Savings resulting from financial improvements
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IMPROVEMENTS IN BUDGETING AND ACCOUNTING
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Summary of GSAs overall financial operations
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comptrollers 168
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Industrial funds 175
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Postal Policy Act of 1958 192
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Action by the House of Representatives on H R 7888_ 205
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Past efforts to tighten fiscal controls 217
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Omnibus appropriation bill
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Item veto legislation
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Separation in the budget of operating and capital expenditures
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Withholding or impounding appropriations by the executive branch
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Proposals for new revolving funds
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by the Budget and Accounting Procedures Act of 1950 and other enact Page
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B Staff Memorandum No 83233 November 24 1954 Appointment
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Government Corporation Control Act of 1945 as amended
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National Security Act of 1947 Title IV added by sec 11 Public
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E Fiscal administration of the Post Office Department as revised codi
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F Reports staff memorandums and hearings of the Senate Commit
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Organizing for national security
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