2 Employment Act of 1946, P.L. 304 - 79th Congress 1 (1946)

handle is hein.leghis/emplyact0002 and id is 1 raw text is: EMPLOYMENT ACT OF 1946
P.L. 304 - - 79th Congress
Ch. 33 - - 2nd Session
Vol. II -- Bills and Debates
1.   Letter from Wright Patman, M.C., to Members of the House on
Analysis of the Full Employment Bill of 1945 (H.R. 2202),
dated June 11, 1945.
2.   Senate Committee Print No. 4, Basic Facts On Employment And
Production, dated September 1, 1945. **
3.   S. 380, Mr. Murray, as introduced in Senate Tan. 22. 1945.
4.   H. R. 2202, Mr. Patman, as introduced in House FeiC15, 1945.
5.   Committee Print of S. 380, Sept. 15, 1945.
6.   S. 580, as reported to Senate, Sept. 22, 1945.
7.   Mr. Morse's amendment to S. 380, July 28, 1945.
8.   Mr. Radcliffe and Mr. Taft's amendment to S. 380, Sept. 24, 1945.
9.   Mr. Taft's amendment to S. 380, Sept. 24, 1945.
10. Mr. Radcliffe's amendment to S. 380, Sept. 25, 1945.
11. Mr. Radcliffe's amendment to S. 380, Sept. 25, 1945.
12. Mr. Hickenlooper's amendment to S. 380, Sept. 25, 1945.
13. Mr. Hickenlooper's amendment to S. 380, Sept. 25, 1945.
14. Mr. Fulbright's amendment to S. 380, Sept. 25, 1945.
15. H. R. 4181, Mr. LsIollette, Sept. 25, 1945.
16. S. 380, as passed Senate and introduced in House Oct. 1, 1945.
17. S. 380, as reported to House, Dec. 5, 1945.
18. Senator Murray's remarks, Tan. 22, 1945, pp. 392-399.
19. Senator Murray's remarks with letters from heads of executive
departments, Tan. 29, 1945, pp. 557-559.
-Committee Prints 1, 2, and 3 are in Vol. I, Hearings and Reports.

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