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A Register of the Sam Nunn papers
Record Group II: U.S. Senate
Subgroup 5: Press relations/media activity,
1972-1996

Emory University

Robert W. Woodruff Library
Special Collections Department
Atlanta, Georgia 30322-2870
(404)727-6887

This finding aid was encoded as a part of the SAGE Digital Archive Project: A Collaborative Project between the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, 1997-2000.

Funding for the SAGE Digital Archive Project was provided by an Atlanta, Georgia, foundation.


Table of Contents

Administrative Information

Biographical Note

Scope & Content Note

Description of Series

  1. Assistant press secretary files
  2. Audio recordings
  3. Communication with Constituents
  4. Photographs
  5. Political cartoons
  6. Press releases
  7. Press research files
  8. Press secretary files
  9. Publications
  10. Scrapbooks and news clippings
  11. Speech writer files
  12. Speech files
  13. Transcripts
  14. Video recordings

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Nunn, Sam, 1939-
Sam Nunn papers
Record Group II: U.S. Senate
Subgroup 5: Press relations/media activity
1972-1996


Administrative Information

Publication Rights
Information on copyright (literary rights) available from repository. All requests for reproduction subject to limitations noted in departmental policy on reproduction. Reproduction will be made only from microfilm copies of scrapbooks that have been microfilmed.

Restrictions
Special restrictions on access apply. Access to some series is restricted. See finding aid for a list of open series. Researchers many use only microfilm copies of scrapbooks that have been microfilmed. Researchers should contact the repository for additional terms governing the use of the collection.

Citation
[after identification of item(s)], Sam Nunn papers, Special Collections Department, Robert W. Woodruff Library, Emory University.

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Biographical Note

For biographical information about Sam Nunn, see collection-level finding aid for the Sam Nunn papers.

Scope and Content Note

The press subgroup consists of audio and video recordings, speeches, photographs, press releases, newsletters, awards, memorabilia, transcripts, political cartoons, scrapbooks, clippings, memos, correspondence, publications, and research files. It documents the Senator Nunn's speeches, press releases, interviews, floor statements, question and answer sessions, and other public appearances; broadcasts and publications used to communicate with constituents; articles and books written by Senator Nunn; and political cartoons featuring Senator Nunn.

Organization Note

Organized into fourteen series: (1) Assistant press secretary (RESTRICTED); (2) Audio recordings; (3) Communication with constituents; (4) Photographs; (5) Political cartoons; (6) Press releases (RESTRICTED); (7) Press research files (RESTRICTED); (8) Press secretary files (RESTRICTED); (9) Publications (RESTRICTED); (10) Scrapbooks; (11) Speech writer files (RESTRICTED); (12) Speeches (RESTRICTED); (13) Transcripts (RESTRICTED); and (14) Video recordings (RESTRICTED).

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Description of Series

Series 1. Assistant press secretary files

Access Restrictions
All of this series is RESTRICTED.

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Series 2. Audio recordings
1972-1996
ca. 2,500 cassettes and reels

Access Restrictions
Most of this series is RESTRICTED. The only recordings open for research are the "Sam Nunn Report to Georgia" and "Dialogue with Sam Nunn" programs.

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of recordings made by Senator Nunn's press and campaign staffs. Programs recorded include Nunn's public statements, speeches, question and answer sessions, interviews, campaign spots, campaign jingles, endorsements for other candidates, public service announcements, and staff skits.

Organization Note

Organized into four subseries: 1) Campaign (RESTRICTED), 2) "Dialogue with Sam Nunn", 3) "Sam Nunn Report to Georgia", and 4) Press (RESTRICTED).

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Subseries 1. Campaign audio recordings

Access Restrictions
All of this subseries is RESTRICTED.

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Subseries 2. "Dialogue with Sam Nunn" audio recordings
1976-1977, 1981
19 cassettes and reels

Scope and Content Note

"Dialogue with Sam Nunn" was a thirty minute television program designed to provide Senator Nunn's constituents with an in-depth, bipartisan discussion of major issues of national interest. Each month, Senator Nunn invited a top government official or opinion leader to be his guest. This program was aired monthly on television stations across Georgia.

The date listed is the date recorded on the cassette or reel box. Dates in square brackets ([ ]) indicate the date on the transcript, if different.

See also additional documentation of this program in Series 3: Communication with constituents. Some of these programs were also recorded on video tape. (See Series 14: Video recordings.)

Arrangement Note

Arranged chronologically by program date. If the program was recorded on more than one cassette or reel, the additional cassette or reel numbers are listed after the program date and content description.


Container list

ReelContents
76-004-A1976 February 19 - William Simon (Secretary of the Treasury) discussing the economy, tax equality, the New York city bailout, Social Security, and the National Security Council.
76-009-A1976 April 1 - Frank Zarb (Federal Energy Administration) discussing the energy crisis, foreign imports, deregulation, and the Energy Policy Act of 1975.
76-013-A1976 April 27 - William Colby (former Central Intelligence Agency director) discussing intelligence, information leaks, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, communism in France, and Italy. [1976 April 26]
76-017-A1976 May 28 - David Matthews (Secretary of the Health, Education and Welfare Department) discussing HEW, health, education, welfare, and Social Security.
76-019-A1976 June 30 - Senator John Stennis (D-MS) discussing Walter George, Richard Russell, Herman Talmadge, Senate ethics, the Central Intelligence Agency, and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
76-022-A1976 July 21 - Peter Bensinger (Drug Enforcement Administration) discussing drugs and the Drug Enforcement Administration in Georgia.
76-027-A1976 August 31 - Senator Mike Mansfield (D-MT) discussing Lyndon Johnson, Congress, Walter George, and relations with Mexico and China.
76-029-B1976 September 24 - Senator Russell Long (D-LA) discussing property taxes, tax cuts, and tax simplification.
77-016-A1977 March 16 - Bert Lance (Director of the Office of Management and Budget) discussing the budget, unemployment, inflation, productivity, tax rebates and the Russell dam.
77-022-A1977 April 7 - Max Cleland (Veterans Administration) discussing the VA, vietnam veterans, the budget, national health insurance, and the paperwork burden.
77-027-A1977 May 12 - James Schlesinger (former Secretary of Defense) discussing the Department of Energy, clean air, conservation, the embargo, and nuclear energy.
77-030-A1977 June 16 - Stuart Eizenstat (President's Domestic Council) discussing unemployment, inflation, interest rates, clean air, and Social Security.
77-034-A1977 July 13 - Griffin Bell (Attorney General) discussing law enforcement, the criminal justice system, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, drugs, and the Judicial Tenure Act.
77-038-A1977 August 2 - Senator Robert C. Byrd (D-WV) discussing Richard Russell, the majority leader and whip, China, and Congress.
77-040-A1977 September 13 - Senator Howard Baker (R-TN) discussing Watergate, Bo Callaway, the Panama Canal, the Republican Party, and energy. Also on reel 81-023-B.
77-049-A1977 October 11 - Juanita Kreps (Secretary of Commerce) discussing economic policy, the energy crisis, trade balance, tax reform, and productivity.
77-052-A1977 November 7 - Senator Henry Jackson (D-WA) discussing Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, China, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and energy.
77-066-A1977 November 29 - Harold Brown (Secretary of Defense) discussing the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Japan, the defense budget, Strategic Arms Limitation II Treaty, the Panama Canal, and the balance of power.
81-008-B1981 March 12 - Admiral Robert Inman (Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency) discussing intelligence, national security, the National Security Agency, and terrorism.

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Subseries 3. "The Sam Nunn Report to Georgia" audio recordings
1973-1984
ca. 250 cassettes and reels

Scope and Content Note

"The Sam Nunn Report to Georgia" was a weekly program in which Senator Nunn discussed current topics of interest to Georgia. The five minute program had a interview-format, with Senator Nunn replying to questions asked by his press secretary. Significant topics include defense, the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations (PSI), crime, amendments Senator Nunn sponsored, the economy, the Senate Armed Services Committee, narcotics, foreign policy, and diplomacy.

The date listed is the date recorded on the cassette or reel box. Dates in square brackets ([ ]) indicate the date on the transcript, if different.

See also additional documentation of this program in Series 3: Communication with constituents. Some of these programs were also recorded on video tape. (See Series 14: Video recordings.)

Arrangement Note

Arranged chronologically by program date.


Container list

ReelContents
73-001-A1973 March 28
73-007-A1973 December 20 - Accomplishments of the 93rd Congress, moving to eliminate oil companies "windfall profits," and formal rationing of fuel.
74-002-A1974 January 24 - The energy crisis, whether the energy crisis was real or contrived, the Arabs role in the energy crisis, the embargo, and the Energy Information Act.
74-039-A1974 January 24 - defense, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, balance of payments, Emergency Energy Act, oil. [January and February reports. Date may be incorrect.]
74-004-A1974 January 31 - President Nixon's State of the Union Address, the Federal Energy Administration Bill (sponsored by Senator Nunn), and legislation repealing the Daylight Saving Time Act.
74-005-A1974 February 7 - Efforts being made by the Senate Armed Services Committee to delve into the allegation of unauthorized leaks between the Pentagon and the Secretary of State's office, Gulf Oil's announcement to close its retailers and distributors in Georgia, Arab threats, and Missing In Action Awareness Day.
74-006-A1974 February 27 - Congress, pay raise
74-007-A1974 March 7 - The Minimum Wage Bill, the provisions of the Emergency Energy Act, and new national criteria for the imposition of the death penalty. [1974 March 8]
74-010-A1974 March 21 - Jackson-Nunn amendment, the oil embargo, energy conservation, and the energy task force at the University of Georgia.
74-012-A1974 April 5 - Campaign Financing Bill, the bill's major weaknesses, the amendment requiring all polls to close at the same time throughout the country, and Senator Kennedy's national health insurance program.
74-013-A1974 April 10 - Senator Nunn, Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, Congress, and committees.
74-014-A1974 April 26 - Increasing inflation, no-fault auto insurance laws, foreign aid to Egypt, and gasoline prices. [1974 April 25]
74-015-A1974 May 2 - Financial relief, small businessmen experiencing severe economic hardship as a result of the energy crisis, wage-price controls, controlling government spending, and the effect impeachment proceedings will have on legislation and the Congressional calendar.
74-017-A1974 May 30 - The agricultural situation in Georgia, fertilizer shortage confronting Georgia farmers, the fuel shortage, the peace settlement in the Middle East, and the creation of a new Energy Research and Development Administration.
74-018-A1974 June 7 - Inflation, government spending, fuel supplies, the Jackson-Nunn amendment, and the decision not to cut the number of U.S. troops overseas.
74-019-A1974 June 18 - The flow of American technology to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, budget reform, a tactical filibuster, and the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations review of alleged profiteering in propane gas. [1974 June 20]
74-020-A1974 June 25 - Budget reform and inflation, cattlemen in Georgia, and the future of the Volunteer Force. [1974 June 27]
74-021-A1974 July 9 - The U.S.'s troubled economy, tax cuts, tax increases, inflation, and Daylight Saving Time. [1974 July 11]
74-022-A1974 July 24 - A resolution that Senator Nunn and four of his colleagues proposed, domestic economic summit conference, and the economy and inflation. [1974 July 25]
74-023-A1974 July 30 - Consumer Protection Agency, Arab influence in the world's economy, foreign investment, and U.S. economic policy. [1974 August 1]
74-024-A1974 August 13
74-025-A1974 August 22 - Daylight Saving Time, President Ford's bending on the amnesty question, inflation, and a cut in the defense appropriations bill.
74-026-A1974 September 5 - Economic policy and the proposed economic summit meeting, deferred pay raises for federal employees, and anti-inflation legislation.
74-027-A1974 September 11 - President Ford's pardon of former President Nixon, the effects the pardon will have on the upcoming economic summit meeting, and legislation dealing with inflation.
74-036-A1974 December 10 - The economy and inflation, increasing the nation's productivity, and a coordinated energy policy. [1974 December 11]
74-038-A1974 December 18 - Evaluation of Senator Nunn's first term in office, the Senate's major accomplishments, a list of projected priorities for the 94th Congress, and the Military Construction Appropriations Bill for fiscal year 1975.
75-004-A1975 February 25 - The 90-day delay for President Ford's proposed import tariff on crude oil, unlimited aid to South Vietnam, tax cuts, and the economy. [1975 February 26]
75-005-A1975 March 5 - The possibility of the Treasury Department locating the new Law Enforcement Training Center in Georgia, the Department of Defense, and the Senate Armed Services Committee.
75-006-A1975 March 10 - Legislation, two new bills Nunn has proposed: one provides a means for removing misbehaving or disabled federal judges and the second bill is aimed at increasing national productivity. [1975 March 12]
75-007-A1975 March 17
75-008-A1975 April 30 - The Vietnam refugee situation, lessons learned from the United States' long and costly involvement in Southeast Asia, and Senate resolutions that set recommended spending.
75-009-A1975 May 6 - United States armed forces, potential adversaries following the fall of South Vietnam, commitments to South Korea, nuclear capabilities of foreign countries, budget control, the 1974 Budget and Impoundment Control Act, President Ford's oil tariff increases, and Congress' energy plan.
75-010-A1975 May 13 - Defense, the Cambodian seizure of an American vessel, free passage and safety of U.S ships on the high seas, diplomacy, Defense Budget cuts, and Brunswick as a future location for the Consolidate Law Enforcement Training Center.
75-012-A1975 June 17 - A measure passed in the Senate giving each member one staff member for each committee assignment, the Central Intelligence Agency and the possibility of restructuring it, and world peace as related to the Mid East. [1975 June 18]
75-013-A1975 July 9 - Energy, national energy policy, defense installations, Moody Air Force Base.
75-014-A1975 July 22 - The purpose of President Ford's Presidential delegation to China, extending the 1965 Voting Rights Act, the disputed New Hampshire Senate race, and a report showing that the gross national product is on the upswing and that the recession is "bottoming out." [1975 July 23]
75-015-A1975 July 31 - Nunn's vote to remove Congress from any cost-of-living increases that might be granted by the government, his opposition to giving Congress any additional pay raises, the 1972 Russian grain fiasco, food prices, agriculture, the Subcommittee on Oversight Procedures meeting, and he introduced a bill in this meeting which would regulate the amount of money that can be spent to provide security at the private residences of our President and Vice President. [1975 August 1]
75-016-A1975 September 2 - China trip.
75-017-A1975 September 9 - President Ford's oil price decontrol proposal, Nunn's reaction to the Sinai Pact between Egypt and Israel, and an explanation of his proposed bill aimed at improving the nation's productivity. [1975 September 10]
75-018-A1975 September 16 - The Food Stamp Program, his proposed bill which aims to standardize the Food Stamp Program's deductions, oil prices, and efforts being taken by Congress to improve the economy. [1975 September 17]
75-019-A1975 September 23 - The creation of an energy independence agency, an anti-busing amendment, the Health, Education and Welfare Department Appropriations Bill, the Sinai Pact, and Pershing missiles. [1975 September 24]
75-020-A1975 September 30 - The Military Construction Authorization Bill for FY 1976, the effect the bill will have on Georgia's economy, and its affects on the nation's economy; price controls on crude oil, gasoline price increases, foreign policy, and possible renewal of the revenue sharing proposal. [1975 October 1]
75-021-A1975 October 7 - The economy, the federal budget, raising personal exemption, President Ford's attempt to cut taxes, decontrolling natural gas prices and reducing federal paperwork. [1975 October 8]
75-023-A1975 October 13 - Enlisting the federal government's help in bailing New York City out of its economic problems, Senator Nunn's proposed Food Stamp Program reform bill, Senator Dole's Food Stamp Program reform bill, U.S. relations with Greece, and a balanced budget amendment. [1975 October 14]
75-031-A1975 October 28 - The constitutionality of of forced busing, the FY 1976 defense budget, U.S. and Soviet relations, the United States Navy, and national security.
75-024-A1975 November 4 - Defense, the dismissal of Secretary of Defense Schlesinger, the defense budget, U.S. relations with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and the Armed Services Committee.
75-025-A1975 November 11 - The new budget procedure, the budget ceiling, the deficit, federal spending, and the overall U.S. economy in this report.
75-026-A1975 November 18
75-026-B1975 November 25 - The Environmental Protection Agency, economic recovery, inflation, and a strategic arms limitations agreement between the U.S. and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
75-027-A1975 December 9 - Abuses in the student loan program, tax reform, a spending ceiling, detente, communism, and Angola in this report.
75-028-A1975 December 19 - President Ford's veto of the tax cut bill, U.S. aid to the African nation of Angola, and a bill giving the President authority to call up reservists in times of national emergency.
76-002-A1976 January 27 - Alleged improper activities on the part of the Central Intelligence Agency, the Government Operations Committee probe, the status of reserves in the U.S., income taxes, and the balanced budget.
76-005-A1976 February 24 - The Public Works Bill, the leaking of classified information, and daylight-savings time. [1976 February 25]
75-006-B1976 March 2 - Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty talks, mutual and balanced force reduction talks, U.S. military forces stationed in Europe, the sale of military arms overseas, Congress' efforts to revamp the Food Stamp Program, relations between the U.S. and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and detente.
76-007-B1976 March 16 - Legislation extending the Revenue Sharing Program, the new budgetary procedure, campaign laws and the Federal Election Commission, and the Hatch Act.
76-008-A1976 March 23 - Nunn's proposed bill which would revamp the Federal Election Commission, Nunn serving as Acting Chairman of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, and Air Force and Navy base closings. [1976 March 24]
76-010-A1976 April 6 - How Congress is trying to improve the Food Stamp Program, the Budget Committee's target budget ceiling, national security, and who is first in military might (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or U.S.). [1976 April 7]
76-011-A1976 April 13 - The federal budget, a budget ceiling, the defense budget, the U.S. military budget as compared to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic's military budget, and the public works/public jobs bill.
76-012-A1976 April 27 - Congress, oversight, defense, intelligence
76-014-A1976 May 4 - The budget, federal estate and gift tax laws, legislation designed to eliminate ineffective programs in the government, the balanced budget, and the new budgetary process.
76-015-A1976 May 11 - The Central Intelligence Agency and other intelligence communities, the Finance Committee, and tax reform.
76-016-A1976 May 25 - Defense, budget.
76-018-A1976 June 3
76-020-A1976 July 1 - Price controls on home heating fuel, fuel oil, inflation, the Food Stamp Program, Congress, the upcoming election, a military construction appropriation bill (for FY 1977), and Georgia's economy.
76-021-A1976 July 20 - Nunn's role as acting Chairman of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations and its efforts to combat narcotics traffacking in this report, the 82nd Airborne, the Marines, terrorism, Israel, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt.
76-023-A1976 July 27 - The Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations' efforts to end narcotics traffacking, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the Department of Justice and the jobs they are doing in this effort, and Nunn's proposed bill which would create an Office of Inspector General in the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
76-024-A1976 August 3 - U.S. military reserve units and health care.
76-025-A1976 August 10 - The Government Operations Committee and its new Sunset bill, the Senate's tax reform bill, estate tax revision, and inflation. [1976 August 11] [Arnold Punaro participated.]
76-019-B1976 August 24 - The cheating scandal at West Point, the honor code, punishment, the Blue Ribbon Commission, due process, hearings the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations was holding on the efforts of the Drug Enforcement Administration to control the flow of narcotics into the U.S.
76-026-A1976 August 31 - Legislation that Senator Nunn either introduced or co-sponsored; establishing an Office of Inspector General in the Health, Education and Welfare Department; Medicaid-Medicare abuse reform; and designating the Chattahoochee River as a national park.
76-028-A1976 September 14 - The tax reform bill, a tax credit for working mothers, the economy, the MIG-25, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, defense, the Air Force, and U.S. military capabilities.
76-030-A1976 September 22 - The Drug Enforcement Administration, the U.S. energy crisis, Governor Carter's energy plan, oil, Secretary of State Kissinger, and the role the U.S. should play in mediating disputes between other nations (specifically Africa and Rhodesia).
76-031-A1976 September 28 - A new Nunn bill that would separate education from the Health, Education and Welfare Department and create a new cabinet level Department of Education, major highlights of the 94th Congress, and the projected goals for the 95th Congress.
76-032-A1976 October 27 - [Senator Harold Hughes participated.]
74-011-B1977 January 7 - The new Senate leadership, Senate reorganization, inflation, the national energy crisis, foreign affairs, West Point's new "non-toleration" clause, and the Public Works Construction bill. [1977 January 5]
77-003-A1977 January 11 - The nomination of Judge Griffin Bell as the next Attorney General, deregulating gasoline prices, President Carter's energy policy, the Veteran Affairs Committee, the Human Resources Committee, and reorganization of the Senate.
77-005-A1977 January 18 - President Carter and his new administration. Senator Nunn answers questions about possible reorganization, amendments to President Nixon's budget, and separating education from the Department of Health, Education and Welfare.
77-004-A1977 January 26 - North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the Soviet threat to NATO, nuclear warfare, defense, the Warsaw Pact, and Vice President Mondale's pledge of support.
74-001-A1977 January 28 - [Governor Jimmy Carter and Mayor Thompson participated.] [1977 January 26]
77-007-A1977 February 1 - The increasing energy and natural gas crisis in the U.S., what President Carter is doing to alleviate the problems the shortage has caused, and Georgia's severe shortage.
77-008-A1977 February 8 - The nomination of Paul Warnke as head of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, the Senate Ethics Committee, government regulations, and a rebate tax proposal.
77-008-B1977 February 15 - The volunteer army force, the draft, Vietnam, the Department of Defense, and military service.
77-009-A1977 February 23 - The Armed Services Committee interview of Paul Warnke, the Foreign Relations Committee, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the Richard Russell project, Max Cleland, the Veterans Affairs Committee, and President Carter's budget. [1977 February 24]
77-011-A1977 March 2 - President Carter's new Administration, Federal Impact Aid Funds, consolidating all energy related functions of governemt into one cabinet level department, and a comprehensive energy policy. [1977 March 3]
77-010-B1977 March 8 - The new Ethics Code, the House Ways and Means tax rebate, small business, and government regulations.
77-015-A1977 March 15 - Nunn explains his efforts, along with Senator Gaylord Nelson, to introduce a resolution calling for a conference on small business, and questions on removing education from the Health, Education and Welfare Department.
77-017-A1977 March 23 - Investigations conducted by the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations concerning irregularities in the use of union severance pay plans, Teamster President Frank Fitzsimmons, union funds, and Louis Ostrer as well.
77-018-A1977 March 29 - Election reform proposals, the public financing of congressional elections, election day registration, and energy conservation.
77-021-A1977 April 5 - Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty talks, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, unionization of the military forces, terrorism, and defense intelligence in this report.
77-021-B1977 April 12 - President Carter's tax stimulus package, a permanent tax cut, and Senator Nunn's proposed bill for removing unfit or misbehaving judges from office.
77-023-A1977 April 19 - The energy crisis, conservation, petroleum, imports, the economy, and taxes.
77-024-A1977 April 26 - President Carter's energy package requiring Americans to conserve energy in every way possible, the need for a research and development program, the Food Stamp Program, and corporal punishment.
77-026-A1977 May 10 - Legislation: a bill which pushes for regulatory reform legislation, a new Energy Department, and whether this legislation will add new employees to the Federal Government and if it will create an additional layer of bureaucracy.
77-028-A1977 May 18 - Deficit spending, the balanced budget, and the Social Security program.
77-029-A1977 May 24 - The creation of a Consumer Advocacy Agency, opposition to this bill, public financing of Congressional campaigns, and election day registration.
77-029-B1977 May 31 - Defense, Secretary of State Vance, Soviet Foreign Minister Gromyko, the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks agreement, the cruise missile, strategic defense, and the future of the U.S. defense position.
74-008-B1977 June 14 - The Veterans Administration, the use of the G.I. bill, Max Cleland, private contracting for defense installations, the Office of Management and Budget, and the Military Authorization Bill.
77-031-A1977 June 21 - Drought-stricken counties in Georgia, special government assistance and who Georgians can contact to receive this aid, answers refer Georgians to contact the Department of Agriculture, the Small Business Administration, the ASCS, and the Farm Home Administration, and the long-range weather forecast for Georgia.
77-033-B1977 July 12 - Defense, the neutron bomb, radiation, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty.
77-035-A1977 July 19 - Drought stricken Georgia, the roles that the Small Business Administration and the Small Business Disaster Relief Act will play in helping farmers, and whether or not Congress should enact a bill requiring all states to adopt no-fault insurance.
77-036-A1977 July 26 - Drought stricken Georgia and the Small Business Administration and their loan process.
77-037-A1977 August 2 - The Drug Sentencing and Seizure Act, narcotics, the Clean Air Amendments, the Riegle-Griffin bill, the Baker substitue bill, and the energy bill.
75-030-B1977 September 13 - Georgia farmers, the continuation of the Small Business Administration's Physical Disaster Assistance Program and its budgetary problems, and administrative changes in the Farmers Home Administration and the ASCS.
77-041-A1977 September 20 - Disaster loans for Georgia farmers, his meetings with the Office of Management and Budget, the Agriculture Department, and the Small Business Administration; his stance on the $700 million supplemental appropriation bill; legislation removing the office of Education from the Department of Health, Education and Welfare; and the Judicial Tenure Act.
77-044-A1977 September 27 - Energy conservation and natural gas deregulation, President Carter's energy package and the Pearson-Bentsen bill as possible solutions to our country's energy crisis, foreign policy and Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty.
77-045-A1977 October 4 - Natural gas deregulation, the energy filibuster in the House and the Pearson-Bentsen Bill, his stance on the energy package, Energy Secretary Schlesinger, a domestic crude oil tax, and the Congressional Budget Act.
77-048-A1977 October 11 - A Senate bill that raised minimum wage, his stance on this bill, its different components, including indexing, unemployment, and the youth differential.
77-050-A1977 October 19 - President Carter's 30% across the board tax cut, the energy package, and the Senate Finance Committee.
77-051-A1977 November 2 - The energy package the energy tax, the energy bill, oil prices, and conservation.
78-001-B1978 January 24 - Georgia farmers and decreasing prices, a crop loan support program, low interest rates, ending embargoes. Senator Nunn addresses the question of unlimited trade overseas.
78-002-A1978 January 31 - Criminal Reform Act, the Small Business Administration and problems facing farmers in our country.
78-003-A1978 February 21 - Panama Canal treaties, Torrijos, treaty amendments, defense of the Canal, cost. Also on reel 78-004-A.
78-005-A1978 February 28 - FY 1979 military construction budget, Fort MacPherson, Kings Bay, Manpower Subcommittee hearings on the withdrawal of American troops from Korea, the military, defense, deployment.
78-006-A1978 March 7 - Taft-Hartley law, striking miners, the decreasing value of the dollar overseas, crude oil, the energy package, the revamping of the Civil Service.
77-002-A1978 March 14 - Panama Canal treaties, Sea-level canals, third party treaties, ratification, the military, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, negotiations, the Armed Service Committee, communism, deployment, and foreign policy.
78-007-A1978 March 21 - Panama Canal treaties.
78-007-B1978 March 28 - Panama Canal Treaty and changes suggested.
78-008-A1978 April 11 - Nunn's Urban Policy compared with President Carter's program. Inflation, the small business sector, unemployment, and public service jobs. Also on reel 78-009-A.
78-010-A1978 April 18 - Panama Canal Treaty as changed from original treaty.
78-011-A1978 April 25 - Nunn's position as Vice-Chairman of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations; investigations on organized crime and labor racketeering.
78-012-A1978 May 9 - Carter Administration, defense, foreign policy, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the All-Volunteer Force, the draft, and the Military Procurement Bill.
78-013-A1978 May 16 - Inflation, the balanced budget, economic development, and a possible tax cut.
78-014-A1978 May 23 - Foreign policy and U.S. relations with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Cuba, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, communism, Africa, oil production, Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, and the Clark Amendment.
79-001-A1979 January 16 - Senator Nunn's trip to Asia. Withdrawal of troops from Korea, the normalization of relations with China, the "yellow peril," national security, and U.S. relations with Taiwan.
79-002-A1979 January 30 - Iran and the Shah. U.S. relations with Iran, foreign policy, national security, the Middle East, and peace agreements. Korea, mobilization, the All-Volunteer Force, and defense.
79-003-A1979 February 6 - Defense, President Carter's budget, defense spending, Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The filibuster rule, civil rights, Rule 22, and gas deregulation.
79-004-B1979 February 27 - The balanced budget amendment, the economy, the energy crisis, Iran, and defense.
79-005-A1979 March 7 - President Carter's initiative in the Middle East, a forthcoming peace treaty, U.S. military, wage guidelines, and inflation.
79-006-C1979 March 13 - U.S. relations in the Mid-East, President Carter's image, a possible peace treaty, "shuttle diplomacy," Strategic Arms Limitation Talks, and U.S. military involvement. All-Volunteer Force, national security, the draft, and the Armed Services Committee.
79-007-A1979 March 20
79-008-A1979 March 27 - Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty, the role that President Carter played in negotiating this treaty, the cost (price) of the treaty, and inflation.
79-009-A1979 April 3 - Nuclear energy, Three Mile Island Reactor, gasoline rationing, risk-free energy, Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), energy prices, and decontrol.
79-010-A1979 April 10 - President Carter's energy plan and a Supreme Court ruling. Decontrol, crude oil, inflation, Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), exports, and voluntary prayer in schools.
79-011-A1979 April 24 - Budget resolution, its effects on the Small Business Administration and the disaster loan program for crop losses. Russell Long and Senator Ted Kennedy's proposed health insurance plans.
79-012-A1979 May 1 - Legislation Nunn co-sponsored. Department of Education, separate from Health, Education and Welfare, thus reducing government spending, consolidating education programs, and improving the education system.
79-014-A1979 May 15 - The nations' energy/gas crisis. Stand-by gas rationing, gas shortages, Iranian oil, the Department of Energy, and oil companies.
79-015-A1979 May 22 - FY 1980 budget, the new budget process, the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks Treaty, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
79-016-A1979 June 5 - Social Security, the Navy, inclusion of the Legislative Branch under Social Security, taxes, retirement, and pensions, decision to house a submarine fleet (Poseidon) in Kings Bay and the effects it will have on Georgia's economy.
79-017-A1979 June 12 - Legislation, approved by the Senate Armed Services Committee, calling for return to the registration of eighteen year old males. All-Volunteer Force, the draft, and the House's Authorization Bill.
79-018-A1979 June 19 - Strategic Arms Limitation Talks Treaty, arms control, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the MX, the boat people of Southeast Asia, Malaysia, and Vietnam.
79-019-A1979 June 26 - Gas shortage, the striking truckers, their demands for gas, and a deregulation bill. Department of Energy, the Iranian oil situation, importation, and Amtrak.
79-020-A1979 July 10 - President Carter's trip to Camp David, the national energy mobilization plan, balancing the budget for 1981, and the recession.
79-021-A1979 July 18 - President Carter's energy plan, gas and oil prices, conservation, crude oil, the no-growth policy, and restricted imports.
79-022-A1979 July 25 - President Carter's cabinet reshuffling, his energy proposals, the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks Treaty, foreign relations, the Armed Services Committee, the budget, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and legislation reinstituting registration.
79-023-A1979 July 31 - The Strategic Arms Limitation Talks Treaty.
79-024-B1979 September 11 - Soviet troops in Cuba, the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, and the Armed Services Committee.
79-025-A1979 September 19 - Defense spending, Senator Hollings budget proposal, Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, national security, the economy, and inflation.
79-026-B1979 September 25 - Soviet troops in Cuba, foreign policy, detente, Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, increasing Congressional pay, taxes, and the budget. [1979 September 26]
79-028-A1979 October 2
79-029-A1979 October 9
79-030-A1979 October 16
79-031-A1979 October 23 - Registering eighteen year old men for the draft, oil companies, fuel prices, and taxes in this Report to Georgia.
79-032-A1979 October 30
79-033-A1979 November 6 - The U.S. gasoline crisis, legislation giving President Carter standby gasoline rationing authority, the Energy Mobilization Board, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, nuclear power, and the economy.
79-034-A1979 November 13
79-036-A1979 November 20 - The Iranian hostage crisis, and the All-Volunteer Force.
79-035-A1979 November 27 - New investigations that the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations has undertaken, organized and sophisticated car theft operations, organized crime, transfer technology, student loans, and health programs.
79-036-B1979 December 4 - The Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, legislation restricting the regulatory power of the Federal Trade Commission.
79-037-A1979 December 18 - Windfall Profits Tax bill, crude oil, a $.50-a-gallon gas tax, the stand-by rationing plan, foreign policy.
80-001-A1980 January 22 - The invasion of Afghanistan by the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, a possible military buildup of U.S. forces in the Indian Ocean, possible revival of the draft.
80-002-B1980 January 29 - Whether or not women should be included in draft registration, the constraints on the Central Intelligence Agency.
78-017-B1980 February 8 - President's proposal to register men and women for the draft, chances of such a bill to pass the Senate, classification how quickly a bill dealing with registration and classification would pass Congress. [1980 February 11]
80-003-B1980 February 19 - Plight of America's small businessmen at the hands of government regulations, implications of transferring U.S. technology to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and legislation which would make arson-for-profit a federal crime.
80-004-A1980 February 26 - Wage/price controls, economic crisis, and effect possible tax cut would have on the present economic condition.
80-006-B1980 March 4 - Best way to balance the budget in order to control inflation, defense budget, and why the president's registration plan was having so much trouble in Congress.
80-007-A1980 March 11 - Manpower shortages in the military and the best way to solve them, the apparent decreased mental capabilities of military recruits, and legislation designed to get the Internal Revenue Service more involved in the narcotics war.
80-008-A1980 March 25 - State of the economy, Congress' reaction to the President's reform proposals, potential long-term measures to deal with the economic situation, and how the defense budget fits into this equation.
80-009-A1980 April 1 - The value of the census to Georgians, the President's revised 1981 budget, and the process Congress follows in to make crucial budget decisions.
80-010-A1980 April 15 - The depressed state of the economy and possible solutions.
80-009-B1980 April 22 - Draft registration legislation and defense spending.
80-010-B1980 April 29 - War Power's Act, rescue mission in Iran. and organized crime in the United States.
80-011-A1980 May 6 - Organized crime in the United States and in Georgia and Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations hearings on organized crime.
80-015-A1980 May 14 - Cuban immigration problem, new legislation concerning compensation to U.S. hostages in Iran, and the Federal Trade Commission authorization bill.
80-012-C1980 May 20 - The recession, possible tax cut, food stamp legislation recently passed by the Senate, and draft/registration legislation.
80-013-A1980 June 3 - Delay in the debate over draft/registration legislation, whether or not classification will be included in the measure, and if a return to the draft is inevitable.
80-011-B1980 June 11 - Draft registration, including women in draft registration, and when registration would begin for males.
80-007-B1980 June 17 - Federal budget, the allocation of federal funds, and the General Accounting Office inquiry on five federal prisons.
80-013-B1980 July 2 - Armed forces and a proposal to reduce the number of troops.
80-018-A1980 July 22 - The proposed tax cut and partisan politics.
80-019-C1980 August 5 - Help the small businessman will be provided by Congress during the present depression and what kind of remedy the Democrats in Congress might have for the economy.
80-024-A1980 August 26 - Impending hearings concerning a probe of the Labor Department's investigation of the Teamster's Union Central States Pension Funds.
80-026-A1980 September 9 - Nunn-Warner bill, the effect this bill could have on retaining skilled people in the military, and reports in several newspapers on an Army study on military readiness.
80-027-A1980 September 16 - Opening of Hartsfield International Airport, percentage of sign-ups for the draft, the state of our national defense, and the stance the presidential hopefuls will take on defense.
80-028-A1980 September 23 - Condition of the Titan missile after the accidental explosions, intercontinental ballistic missiles recently deployed by the Russians, the recently passed FY 1981 military construction bill and how it will effect Georgia, and the move of the Trident submarine base to King's Bay.
80-029-A1980 October 1 - Regulation of federal judges and judicial tenure.
80-031-B1980 November 18 - Nunn's relationship with Mack Mattingly, the impact of becoming part of the minority party, Reagan's reaction to draft registration, his defense priorities, and the future of the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty.
80-032-A1980 December 2 - Legislative initiatives of the next session of Congress, upcoming rise in Social Security taxes, health insurance, and the Supreme Court's decision to review the women's draft issue. [1980 December 1]
81-001-A1981 January 27 - Return of the hostages, the confirmation of Alexander Haig and Caspar Weinberger as Secretaries of State and Defense (respectively), and money alloted for new military construction for Georgia bases.
81-003-A1981 February 3 - Small business initiatives for the coming year, and the Omnibus Small business Capital Formation Act, and estate taxes.
81-003-B1981 February 10 - Traffic of illegal drugs and a new bill which would involve the Armed Services fighting the drug traffic.
81-004-A1981 February 18 - Waterfront corruption on the East Coast, mob influence in Savannah, the Permanent Subcommittee of Investigations hearings on organized crime.
81-005-B1981 February 24 - El Salvador, possible economic sanctions to stem the flow of weapons from Cuba, and Justice Burger's proposal that the courts concentrate more on the rights of the victims.
81-006-A1981 March 4 - Child murders in Atlanta.
81-007-A1981 March 10 - Legislation to combat the flow of illegal drugs into the country, the use of paraquat, and the status of federal crop insurance.
81-008-A1981 March 17 - Drought relief funds, criticism of the misallotment of these funds, and the effect of budget cuts on rural America.
81-009-B1981 March 24 - Supreme Court debate about whether or not women should be allowed to register for the draft, whether the U. S. should consider lifting the grain embargo against the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and the new guidelines announced by the Small Business Association to cover disaster relief.
81-010-A1981 March 31 - Assassination attempts on the President, violent crime, and the specific provisions of the Savings Incentive Act.
81-011-A1981 April 7 - Legislation introduced by a conservative-to-moderate group in the Senate designed to stimulate the economy.
81-013-A1981 April 28 - Lifting of the Soviet grain embargo, how perceptions of the United States have changed in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics as a result, and the measure Nunn introduced before the Senate Armed Services Committee pertaining aid from the military to civilian law enforcement.
81-014-A1981 May 4 - Political impact of talks between the U.S. and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republicson limiting the placement of intermediate-range ballistic missiles on Western European allies, the importance of modernizing theatre nuclear forces in Europe, the likelihood of President Reagan's budget cuts getting through the Congress, and the influence of the prime rate and inflation's influence on the tax cuts for that year.
81-010-B1981 May 13 - Social Security program, President Reagan's proposal to reduce benefits to early retirees, and the approval of legislation which would change the way in which the cost of living is computed.
81-015-A1981 May 20 - Anti-crime bills, Nunn's testimony in front of the Senate Finance Committee on the President's tax and budget cut proposals, and the likelihood of the Administration coming to a compromise on the Kemp-Roth tax cut proposal.
81-017-A1981 June 2 - Nunn and Chiles' legislative efforts to fight drugs, the Judiciary Committee's adoption of a proposed constitutional amendment requiring a balanced budget, and inflation.
81-018-A1981 June 9 - Expiration of the authority to draft, the practical effect of the Supreme Court's decision on the Constitutionality of registration for military service, and the revised tax cut proposal President Reagan submitted to Congress.
81-019-A1981 June 17 - Effect of food stamp legislation on Georgians and Congress' action towards alleviating the Savings and Loan situation.
81-020-A1981 June 23 - Democratic conference's steps toward the fight against violent crime, the Democratic Task Force on violent crime legislation, the costs of the implementation of a package of measures against violent crime, and a proposed merger of the Drug Enforcement Administration with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
81-022-A1981 July 7 - Tax bill, "All Savers Certificate" as a saving incentive, estate and tax provisions of the bill, and the accelerated depreciation rate.
81-023-A1981 July 14 - Nomination of Sandra Day O'Connor for the Supreme Court, the economy, and busing.
81-024-A1981 July 21 - Reduction of corporate tax rate to small businesses included in an amendment to the tax bill Nunn introduced and the proposal to index income taxes to the rate of inflation.
81-025-A1981 July 28 - The economy, an amendment to the tax bill which would make the Internal Revenue Service target organized crime and drug trafficking, and problems with the current tax law.
81-027-B1981 September 22 - The economy and high interest rates.
81-028-B1981 September 29 - President Reagan's comprehensive crime bill, increase of the national debt past the $1 trillion mark and the delay in construction of the Kings Bay Trident Submarine Base in Georgia.
81-029-A1981 October 6 - Proposal calling for a high-level commission to persuade banks to increase their approval of small business and farmers' loans and for the Federal Reserve Board to encourage banks to be more careful with respect to their loans toward corporate mergers. President's strategic modernization package (defense) affecting key programs such as the MX missile and B-1 bomber programs.
81-030-C1981 October 20 - Sale of Airborne Warning and Control System aircraft to Saudi Arabia and its effect on American foreign policy.
81-031-A1981 November 17 - Conference Committee on the Farm bill, bill's impact on the peanut program, and impact of cuts in the Federal budget on Georgia's state budget.
81-032-A1981 November 24 - President Reagan's veto of a continuing resolution needed to continue operating government agencies during disagreements in the federal government and President Reagan's proposal to reduce the number of nuclear weapons in Europe.
81-031-B1981 December 8 - B-1 bomber program, a cost accountability amendment for the FY 1982 Department of Defense appropriation bill, and Nunn's amendment to President Reagan's basing proposal (which was deemed unwise by Nunn as it made the MX missile more vulnerable to first-strike attacks.) Also on reel 81-043-A.
81-033-A1981 December 15 - Poland, sanctions against the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation's report on the Witness Security Program, and the coordination of law enforcement agencies with the military in anti-drug efforts.
82-001-A1982 February 2 - Primary items on the congressional agenda for the second session of Congress (including the economy, busing, abortion and prayer in school), Nunn's own priorities (drugs and organized crime), and the controversy regarding the lending policy of the Farmers Home Administration for the 1982 crop year.
82-001-B1982 February 9 - The impact of the FY 1983 military budget spending in the state of Georgia, President Reagan's proposed federal budget, and President Reagan's "New Federalism."
82-002-A1982 February 23 - President Reagan's proposed defense budget for FY 1983 (MX and B-1 programs) and U.S. intervention in El Salvador.
82-002-B1982 March 2 - The impact of an amendment regarding court-ordered school busing, the tax leasing provisions in the 1981 Tax Recovery, and the Intelligence Identity Protection Act, a bill which Nunn co-sponsored.
82-003-A1982 March 9 - The defense gap with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the increase in insurance premiums for federal workers in Georgia, and the decision to expel Harrison Williams from the Senate.
82-004-A1982 March 17 - President Brezhnev's announced freeze on deployment of new medium-range nuclear missiles in the western Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, whether North Atlantic Treaty Organization should modernize its nuclear arsenal, and congressional consideration of the President's budget proposal. [1982 March 16]
82-005-A1982 March 23 - Regulatory Reform Act, the Bumpers amendment, and the amendment offered which would enable both chambers of Congress to veto executive agency regulations.
82-005-B1982 March 30 - The housing industry and the two proposals to relieve the economic situation for the short-term (the Lugar proposal and the Democratic proposal).
82-006-A1982 April 20 - Arms control and the proposed creation of a crisis control center manned by personnel from the U.S. and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in order to detect any nuclear detonations originated by a third party and thus preventing an all-out nuclear conflict due to a mistake.
82-007-A1982 April 27 - State of the economy in Georgia, concerns of the citizenry of Georgia with respect to economy, prospects for progress at the federal level, televising Senate procedure, the role of the U.S. in the Falklands war.
82-007-B1982 May 4 - Problem of transfer of technology from U.S. into the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, methods of Soviet technological espionage, magnitude of impact of technology transfer on Soviet national defense, the need for new laws to address this problem.
82-006-B1982 May 11 - Prospects for the FY 1983 budget, types of initiatives favored to reach a budget compromise, Senator Nunn's reaction to President Reagan's new proposals on nuclear arms control.
82-008-B1982 May 18 - Crime Control Act of 1982, magnitude of the crime problem in the U.S., impact of the legislation in question on organized crime, effect of the bail reform sections of the legislation, manner in which the sentencing of convicted criminals will change with the legislation, legislations reform of the writ of habeas corpus.
82-009-A1982 May 25 - Impact of the FY 1983 budget, difference between the budget proposed by Senator Nunn and the one approved, differences in spending cuts in Senator Nunn's resolution compared to the one which passed the Senate.
82-010-A1982 June 15 - The implications of the cease fire in Lebanon, role of the U.S. in long-term settlement in the Middle East, the United Nations Disarmament Conference.
82-010-B1982 June 22 - The John Hinckley trial, Senator Nunn's assesment of the conference report on the budget resolution for 1983, reasons for need of a balanced budget amendment.
82-011-A1982 June 29 - Change in U.S. foreign policy due to the change of Secretary of State from Haig to Shultz, change in role of America in the Middle East due to change of Secretary of State, Senator Nunn's opinion on special prosecutor's report on Secretary of Labor Ray Donovan.
82-012-A1982 July 13 - Reasons for need of a balanced budget amendment, the main provisions of this amendment, Senator Nunn's reaction to President Reagan's sending troops to Lebanon to assist settlement conflict.
82-013-A1982 July 27 - Manner in which Tax Bill amendment to make tax leasing benefits available to small business introduced by Senator Nunn will help small businessmen and farmers, need for the Internal Revenue Service to have stronger participation in law enforcement, Labor Management Racketeering Act.
82-012-B1982 July 30
82-013-B1982 August 3 - The prospects of the C-5 plane on the conference committee, why the Senator voted against the tax increased by the Senate.
82-014-A1982 August 10 - Impact of the Balanced Budget Amendment, its similitude with similar provisions in state constitutions, status of the C-5 in conference.
82-014-B1982 August 17 - Prospects for the then-recently introduced tax package before the Senate, reasons why the Senator voted for stricter immigration laws.
82-015-A1982 September 15 - Senator Nunn's crime bill compared with the President's, the Omnibus Victims Protection Act of 1982.
82-015-B1982 September 21 - Status of the C-5 program, Senator Nunn's reaction to the return of U.S. troops to assist in restoring order, the agreement reached by the Labor Department and the Teamsters Central States Pension Fund on management of the pension fund.
82-029-B1982 September 28 - School prayer and Senator Helms' proposed amendment on it, the failure of Congress to pass FY 1983's budget, status of the C-5 program.
82-016-A1982 December 7 - Unemployment at the Georgia and national level, Georgia agriculture, awareness of the members of the Senate on matters of farming.
82-017-A1982 December 14 - The gravity of the technology transfer problem, recommendations made by the Senator to the Permanent Subcommittee on investigations regarding this matter, the Federal Reserve's monetary policy.
82-017-B1982 December 21 - The approval of the C-5 by Conference committee, a bill introduce by Senator Nunn and Senator Armstrong requiring violent criminals to remain imprisoned while requiring alternative sentencing for non-violent offenders, Senator Nunn's evaluation of the 97th Congress' efforts in fighting crime, the Roy Williams case.
83-001-A1983 February 1 - President Reagan's FY1984 budget, tax increase proposals made by President Reagan.
83-002-B1983 February 22 - Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations investigation of organized crime in mid-Atlantic states, interest rates, arms reduction resolution introduced by Senator Nunn.
83-003-A1983 March 8 - Task force organized by Senator Nunn to deal with Georgian agricultural problems, Senate Agriculture Committee's approval of expanding farmer's home credit (proposal introduced by Senator Nunn), Senator Nunn's proposal to Secretary of Agriculture Block to barter with other nations for minerals and oil in exchange for farm goods, long-term grain agreement.
83-003-B1983 March 15 - Democratic anti-crime bill package, provisions on which the Senate and White House agree, agreement between the parts in this government.
83-005-A1983 March 22 - Consideration of an amendment relating to the withholding of income on interest and dividends by the Senate, the nuclear freeze resolution, prospects for the Cohen-Nunn resolution.
83-005-B1983 April 13 - Proposal of the Comission on Strategic Forces to count nuclear warheads rether than launchers for the purposes of arms control negotiations, the Commission's proposal for deployment of the MX, Secretary Weinberger's release of a Department of Defense study on nuclear crisis control required by Senator Nunn's amendment the previous year. [1983 April 12]
83-029-B1983 April 26 - Job training package introduced by Senator Nunn, individual training account program and provision for business training expenses along with grant programs for the states for training purposes in Senator Nunn's package.
83-014-A1983 June 21 - Salary raise vote, federal deficit, possibility of a budgetary deadlock, ways of alleviating the budgetary process.
83-006-B1983 July 27 - Supreme Court ruling declaring legislative veto unconstitutional, dangers of this decision, alternative mechanisms for congressional review of executive action. [1983 July 29]
83-007-A1983 September 14 - The Korean airliner downing, effect of the Korean airliner incident on American arms control policy, involvement of U.S. troops in peacekeeping operations in Lebanon, use of the War Powers Act. [1983 September 13]
83-008-A1983 September 20 - The purpose of the War Powers Act, the question of whether or not the U.S. should have troops in Lebanon.
83-058-A1983 September 27 - Impact of President Reagan's speech to the United Nations on arms control agreement negotiations, Senator Nunn's appointment to the Senate Intelligence Committee, whether or not the U.S. should set a definite time limit on the time Marines should stay in Lebanon.
83-009-A1983 October 4 - President Reagan's arms control proposal, the inclusion of Senator Nunn and Cohen's proposal for nuclear build-down, expectations of an arms control agreement in the near future.
83-056-A1983 October 17 - Judicial reform.
83-010-A1983 October 25 - Change in Habeas Corpus laws, changes suggested by Senator Nunn, prospects for Senator Nunn's legislation on this matter.
83-011-A1983 November 1 - Rejection of a resolution providing for an increase in the federal debt limit, practical effect of this action by the Senate, likelihood of progress in the area of budgeting.
83-011-B1983 November 8 - Corridor Z highway project in Georgia, reduction of the federal deficit, prevention of incidents similar to the bombing in the Capitol.
83-057-A1983 November 9 - Transportation.
83-010-B1983 November 15 - Senator Nunn's conservation proposal, effect of legislation on farmland, Farmers Home Administration and Business Administration loans feature of Senator Nunn's legislation, benefit to the state of Georgia by legislation.
84-046-A1984 January 31 - Crime.
84-047-A1984 February 9 - Defense, budget.
84-011-B1984 February 21 - Crime bill package passed by Senate, function of the exclusionary rule, procedural changes in habeas corpus, sentencing and bail reform. Also on reels 84-048-A and 84-049-A.
84-011-A1984 February 29 - Economic recovery of the U.S., importance of federal budget deficit in light of this fact, prospect of administrative action on the deficit, Senator Nunn's approach to reducing deficit.
84-050-A1984 March 7 - Economy, recession, deficits. Also on reel 84-051-A.
84-054-A1984 May 11 - Economy, budget.
84-052-A1984 May 25 - Economy, housing, interest rates.
84-053-A1984 November 16 - Conservation, agriculture.
85-027-B1985 March 8 - Legislative veto.
85-001-A1985 August 5

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Subseries 4. Press audio recordings

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Series 3. Communication with constituents
1973-1986
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Scope and Content Note

This series consists of transcripts, lists of questions, correspondence, photographs, illustrations, research materials and production notes relating to the "Dialogue with Sam Nunn" television program, "The Sam Nunn Letter" (newsletter) files, and "Sam Nunn Report to Georgia" program--all produced to communicate with Senator Nunn's constituents.

Organization Note

Organized into 3 subseries: 1) "Dialogue with Sam Nunn" files, 2) "The Sam Nunn Letter" files, and 3) "The Sam Nunn Report to Georgia" files.

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Subseries 1. "Dialogue with Sam Nunn" files
1976-1977, 1981
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Access is restricted to the documents that were digitized. All other materials in the files are RESTRICTED.

Scope and Content Note

"Dialogue with Sam Nunn" was a one-half hour television program designed to provide Senator Nunn's constituents with an in-depth, bipartisan discussion of major issues of national interest. Each month, Senator Nunn invited a top government official or opinion leader to be his guest. The program aired monthly on television stations across Georgia.

The files include transcripts, correspondence, and background materials. There are several files labeled "Dialogue with Sam Nunn" which contain correspondence related to the program.

Video and audio recordings of the programs are housed with the other video and audio tapes. (See Series 2: Audio recordings and Series 14: Video recordings.)

Arrangement Note

Arranged chronologically by program date.

Alternate Formats Available

Program transcripts were digitized and are available through the SAGE Digital Archive Project web site .

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111976 - "Dialogue with Sam Nunn" [correspondence]
1 21976 January 29 - James Schlesinger (former Secretary of Defense)
1 31976 February 19 - William Simon (Secretary of the Treasury) discussing the economy, tax equality, the New York city bailout, Social Security, and the National Security Council.
1 41976 April 2 - Frank Zarb (Federal Energy Administration) discussing the energy crisis, foreign imports, deregulation, and the Energy Policy Act of 1975.
1 51976 April 27 - William Colby (former Central Intelligence Agency director) discussing intelligence, information leaks, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, communism in France, and Italy. [1976 April 26]
1 61976 May 28 - David Matthews (Secretary of the Health, Education and Welfare Department) discussing the Department of Health, Education and Welfare; health; education; welfare; and Social Security.
1 71976 June 30 - Senator John Stennis (D-MS) discussing Walter George, Richard Russell, Herman Talmadge, Senate ethics, the Central Intelligence Agency, and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
1 81976 July 21 - Peter Bensinger (Drug Enforcement Administration) discussing drugs and the DEA in Georgia.
1 91976 August 31 - Senator Mike Mansfield (D-MT) discussing Lyndon Johnson, Congress, Walter George, and relations with Mexico and China.
1 101976 September 24 - Senator Russell Long (D-LA) discussing property taxes, tax cuts, and tax simplification.
1 111976 October 27 - Senator Harold Hughes (former Iowa Senator)
1 121977 - "Dialogue with Sam Nunn" [correspondence]
1 131977 - "Dialogue with Sam Nunn" [correspondence]
1 141977 March 16 - Bert Lance (Director of the Office of Management and Budget) discussing the budget, unemployment, inflation, productivity, tax rebates and the Russell dam.
1 151977 April 7 - Max Cleland (Veterans Administration) discussing the VA, Vietnam veterans, the budget, national health insurance, and the paperwork burden.
1 161977 May 12 - James Schlesinger (former Secretary of Defense) discussing the Department of Energy, clean air, conservation, the embargo, and nuclear energy.
1 171977 June 16 - Stuart Eizenstat (President's Domestic Council) discussing unemployment, inflation, interest rates, clean air, and Social Security.
1 181977 July 13 - Griffin Bell (Attorney General) discussing law enforcement, the criminal justice system, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, drugs, and the Judicial Tenure Act.
1 191977 August 2 - Senator Robert C. Byrd (D-WV) discussing Richard Russell, the responsibilities of the Senate majority leader and whip, China, and Congress.
1 201977 September 13 - Senator Howard H. Baker, Jr. (R-TN) discussing Watergate, Bo Callaway, the Panama Canal, the Republican Party, and energy.
1 211977 October 11 - Juanita Kreps (Secretary of Commerce) discussing economic policy, the energy crisis, trade balance, tax reform, and productivity.
2 221981 - "Dialogue with Sam Nunn" [correspondence]
2 231981 March 11 - Admiral Robert Inman (Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency) discussing intelligence, national security, the National Security Agency, and terrorism.
2 241981 April 8 - William Webster (Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation)
2 251981 May 14 - Peter Bensinger (Drug Enforcement Administration)
2 261981 June 10 - Jim Lehrer (MacNeil-Lehrer Report) and Al Hunt (Wall Street Journal) [1 of 2]
2 271981 June 10 - Jim Lehrer (MacNeil-Lehrer Report) and Al Hunt (Wall Street Journal) [2 of 2]
2 281981 July 13 - Senator Howard H. Baker, Jr. (R-TN, Senate Majority Leader) [1 of 2]
2 291981 July 13 - Senator Howard H. Baker, Jr. (R-TN, Senate Majority Leader) [2 of 2]
2 301981 July 31 - Senator Ernest F. Hollings (D-SC) and Senator Peter V. Domenici (R-NM)
2 311981 August - Senator Peter V. Domenici (R-NM) [background]
2 321981 September 16 - Frederick Schultz (Vice-Chairman of the Board of Governors for the Federal Reserve System) [1 of 2]
2 331981 September 16 - Frederick Schultz (Vice-Chairman of the Board of Governors for the Federal Reserve System) [2 of 2]
2 341981 October 15 - James R. Schlesinger (Former Secretary of Defense, Former Secretary of Energy)
2 351981 November 18 - John Block (Secretary of Agriculture)
2 361981 December 14 - Congressman Newt Gingrich (R-GA) and Congressman Elliott Levitas (D-GA)

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Subseries 2. "The Sam Nunn Letter" files
1973-1986
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Scope and Content Note

This series consists of newsletters that Senator Nunn sent to his constituents to inform Georgians about what was happening in Washington, DC. Each newsletter addresses a specific topic. These topics include balancing the federal budget, the U. S. Army, crude oil, Vietnam, tax reform, drugs, organized crime, small business, Social Security, agriculture, and education.

Some folders also contain materials used to prepare the newsletter. These materials include news clippings, background research, and photographs.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in chronological order.

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The newsletters were digitized and are available through the SAGE Digital Archive Project web site .

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1 11973 May - Budget Newsletter. This newsletter reports on "the battle of the budget." Senator Nunn comments on the Expenditure Control Act of 1973, Senator Ervin's Stop-Gap measures, and the power Congress possesses to solve the problem of an unbalanced budget. Also included in this newsletter is a report on Senator Nunn's freshman term.
1 21973 September - Volunteer Army Newsletter. This newsletter specifically addresses the problems the All-Volunteer Force is having. The force was created to make the armed forces attractive to a wide section of America's young men. Recently, problems with recruiting, discipline, manpower costs, and lower service standards have arisen. File also includes - Committee on Armed Services report, Issue Brief, news clippings, background information.
2 26[1974] - Daylight Savings Time Newsletter.
2 27[1974] - Propane and Gas Prices Newsletter.
1 31974 July - Budget Power Reclaimed Newsletter. The Congressional Budget and Impoundment Act of 1974 is one of the most important pieces of legislation that Congress passed since Senator Nunn entered the Senate in 1972. It is aimed at reforming the Federal budgetary procedure. This act gives Congress the machinery to formulate and implement a rational, economically sound Federal budget. Senator Nunn added an amendment which requires Congress to adopt a concurrent resolution setting a ceiling on overall spending before Congress can begin to consider appropriations bills. File also includes - news clippings, background information, graphs, charts, U.S. News and World Report article, Congressional Record - Senate report.
1 41974 December - World Crude Oil Newsletter. This letter highlights the dangers of the world's economic situation. Every facet of the U.S.'s economy, as well as foreign economies, is being affected by soaring oil prices. To solve the problems, Senator Nunn outlined steps which Congress should take to protect our economy (conservation, technology development, national energy policy).
1 51975 January - Wrap-Up Newsletter. This newsletter is a review of the 93rd Congress. It includes an assessment of legislative accomplishments such as the War Powers Act, Congressional Budget and Impoundment Act of 1974, Alaskan Pipeline, Daylight Savings Time, Public Service Jobs, Foreign Trade Bill, Agriculture and Consumer Protection Act, and Elementary and Secondary Education. The newsletter also describes an economic summit conference that Senator Nunn and four freshman Senators attended. File also includes - Congressional Quarterly.
1 61975 May - After Vietnam Newsletter. This letter includes the text of a speech given by Senator Nunn to the Reserve Officers Assoc. in Atlanta. The speech hinges around five lessons the U.S. learned from Vietnam. It goes on to address U.S./Soviet relations, as well as North Atlantic Treaty Organization being the key to security.
1 71976 January - The Federal Budget Newsletter. Senator Nunn addresses problems with the federal budget. He feels we must get our federal finances in order and gain control over the entire federal budget. There are many "uncontrollables," representing 75% of each year's spending, that are virtually automatic. Not until the "uncontrollables" are adjusted, and the U.S.'s spending priorities are tightened, will our nation be able to live within its means. Senator Talmadge introduced a Constitutional Amendment, co-sponsored by Senator Nunn, which would require a balanced budget except in times of national emergency. This amendment would focus on federal spending and generate support in moving towards a balanced budget.
1 81976 August 31 - Tax Reform Newsletter. The Senate passed the Tax Reform Act of 1976 (H.R. 10612) on 1976 August 6. This act includes changes in estate tax provisions, property valuation methods, and marital deductions.
1 91977 May - Drug Abuse Newsletter. This letter addresses the American problem with narcotics and their increasing availability. Laws reflect a national concern and a call for a balanced federal approach attempting to limit supply and demand while simultaneously operating treatment and rehabilitation programs. Overall efforts have been improving, with the development of a new Drug Enforcement Administration management team, closer cooperation between Drug Enforcement Administration and other agencies (Customs, Internal Revenue Service, Federal Bureau of Investigation), and a shift in emphasis from street arrests to Major Violators.
2 281977 December - Panama Canal Statement Newsletter.
1 101978 May - Developing a Peaceful World Newsletter. It has become necessary for Americans to look at the growing threat posed by the relentless expansion of Soviet military power. The most prominent aspect of the Soviet military buildup has been in establishing new families of highly destructive and increasingly accurate strategic nuclear missiles. Tasks before the U.S. are to reverse present trends in the military balance and to restore to U.S. foreign policy the firmness and consistency required to deter the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics from exploiting their military power.
1 111980 October - Organized Crime Newsletter. Senator Nunn, as Chairman of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, turned his attention to organized crime, labor racketeering, and narcotics trafficking. The Permanent Subcommittee launched a long-range program of investigations aimed at examining the conditions that foster organized crime and determining how its various aspects affect our society and national economy. At home, there is no organized crime in Georgia. However, there are criminal groups which deal in narcotics.
1 121981 January - Reflections on the 96th Congress/Challenges for the 97th. File includes - news clippings, photographs, background information, Agricultural Finance Outlook booklet, old newsletters, election pamphlets.
1 131981 January - Reflections on the 96th Congress/Challenges for the 97th. Senator Nunn's newsletter includes reflections on the 96th Congress, and challenges for the 97th. Inside, he rates the 96th Congress and the Administration in five areas - reducing inflation, national energy policy, economic development policy, efficiency in the delivery of services, and defense. The major new laws that Senator Nunn sponsored - Registration, Military Pay Increase, 503 Program for Small Business, Accountability for Federal Judges, and Paperwork Reduction Act, are further explained as well.
1 141982 - Protecting Older Americans Against Overpayment of Income Taxes Newsletter. This newsletter is a revised checklist of itemized deductions for use in taxable year 1982. It explains the four major changes in the tax law that will affect a 1982 tax return. These changes include (1) a new form - Form 1040EZ; (2) claiming of charitable deductions; (3) tax credits for expenses incurred for child and dependent care have been increased; and (4) overall income tax rates have been reduced.
1 151982 May - Small Business Newsletter (text & art). These are rough drafts for the final Small Business Newsletter, May 1982. File also includes background information.
1 161982 May - Small Business Newsletter. This newsletter describes the progress that has been made in Congress to help America's small business community. Senator Nunn outlines the history of the Select Committee on Small Businesses, to a standing committee of the Senate. The newsletter explains how this influential committee has proposed new bills for regulatory reform, small business innovation, "late payments," and tax cuts for small firms. It also addresses bad news concerning high interest rates. File also includes - background information.
2 171982 August - Balanced Budget Newsletter. This newsletter addresses the severe impact that high interest rates are having on the economy, especially on small businesses and farming communities, vital to Georgia. Senator Nunn sponsored an amendment, Johnston-Nunn Amendment, to balance the budget over the next five years (1980-1985) by lowering taxes, spending, and interest rates. File also includes - graphs, Congressional Quarterly, the balanced budget amendment.
2 181982 October 14 - Georgia Bankers Association Newsletter. This newsletter focuses on linking cuts in federal spending to tax reductions. Senator Nunn mentions the amendment to the Senate budget resolution that he and Senator Johnston (Louisiana) proposed. This was the only proposal before the Senate that would have resulted in a balanced budget in the foreseeable future. It was defeated 70 to 21.
2 191983 - Protecting Older Americans Against Overpayment of Income Taxes Newsletter. This newsletter is to help assure that older Americans claim every legitimate income tax deduction, exemption, and tax credit. Other information, such as who must file a federal tax return, is included in this newsletter. Senator Nunn's newsletter can be used as a checklist for itemized deductions in taxable year 1983.
2 201983 February - Crime Newsletter. This newsletter addresses our nations increasing crime rate. In response to this, the newsletter includes Senator Nunn's proposed crime bills. At home, Senator Nunn tackles Georgia's drug problem. File also includes - news clippings, background information; note this file was begun in 1982, but was not published until 1983.
2 211983 March - Social Security Newsletter. This newsletter addresses the importance of Social Security. It lists the National Commission on Social Security's proposed reforms, presently supported by President Ronald Reagan and House Speaker Thomas P. O'Neill. Senator Nunn included a questionnaire in this newsletter. The questionnaire asks, of the thirteen proposed reforms, which ones do Georgians agree with, disagree with, or have no opinion on. From this, he hopes to form a basis for how to vote on Social Security reforms. File also includes - news clippings, graphs, background information.
2 221983 June - Agriculture Newsletter. This newsletter concerns American agriculture, specifically Georgia's agriculture and its agricultural industries (poultry, dairy, cash crops). In this newsletter, Senator Nunn addresses the problems of a weak export market, inflation, high interest rates, and drought. Possible solutions are offered to these problems in the payment-in-kind program, Nunn Barter Proposal, and Dairy and Tobacco Legislation. File also includes - news clippings, statement of John R. Block (Secretary of Agriculture), background information.
2 231983 February - A Special Report (Focus on Education). This newsletter focuses on improving our nation's educational system. Georgia's General Assembly has taken an active role in making statewide improvements by creating an Education Review Commission. Senator Nunn is helping by introducing a package of legislation aimed at forming federal-state partnerships for job training and creation.
2 241984 June - A Special Report (An Update From Washington). This newsletter is a special update concerning the progress that has been made on the federal budget deficit and the fight against crime. Senator Nunn discusses criminal activity statistics and crime legislation. The bills were a result of the work done by the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations (which Senator Nunn chaired). This special newsletter also includes an update on balancing the budget and the Nunn-Johnston resolution.
2 251986 January - [not used]. This newsletter highlights important issues that the 99th Congress addressed (national security, economy, agriculture). It describes the improving relationship between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the United States, and the efforts which are being made to prevent nuclear war (risk reduction centers, arms control talks, security clearance, reorganization of the Department of Defense). Also, this newsletter includes an explanation of the 1985 Farm Bill.

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Subseries 3. "The Sam Nunn Report to Georgia" files
1973-1984
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Access Restrictions
Access is restricted to the documents that were digitized. All other materials in the files are RESTRICTED.

Scope and Content Note

"The Sam Nunn Report to Georgia" was a weekly program in which Senator Nunn discussed current topics of interest to Georgians. The five minute program was interview-format, with Senator Nunn replying to questions asked by his press secretary. Significant topics include defense, the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations (PSI), crime, amendments Senator Nunn sponsored, the economy, the Senate Armed Services Committee, narcotics, foreign policy, and diplomacy.

The folders contain lists of questions, transcripts of the broadcasts, and other documentation related to the broadcasts.

Some of these programs were recorded on audio tape and video tape. (See Series 2: Audio recordings and Series 14: Video recordings.)

Arrangement Note

Arranged in chronological order by program date.

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1 11973 June 20 - Soviet Party Leader Leonid Brezhnev, possible arms agreement between the U.S. and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the fuel crisis, energy conservation, and the Alaskan pipeline.
1 21973 June 26 - Runaway fathers who refuse to pay child support, base closings around Georgia (specifically Brunswick, Savannah, and Albany), and the current status of Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty talks.
1 31973 July 11 - Welfare reform legislation on runaway fathers, spiraling costs of feed grains in Georgia, and Nunn's statewide tour of Georgia during the August recess.
1 41973 July 18 - Watergate and the President's involvement, Air Force Major Knight and the falsification of records relating to U.S. bombing raids in Cambodia, the Alaskan Pipeline.
1 51973 July 25 - Congress' reaction to the new Phase IV economic controls, a special Commission on Executive Salaries, prohibiting federal agencies from charging day use fees at federal recreation facilities, and the affect that "hoarding" beef (buying large quantities of beef) would have on its supply and price in the future.
1 61973 August 3 - The opening of Senator Nunn's new Georgia office, his two week tour of Georgia counties, the approval of the Federal Pay Commission which would raise Congressional salaries, the Campaign Reform Bill, and the August 15 deadline for the cessation of bombing in Cambodia.
1 71973 September 7 - The primary feelings and concerns of Senator Nunn's constituents following his two week public forum tour, the "pre-occupation" of Congress with Watergate, legislation reducing paperwork for small business, the priorities of Congress in its last two and one-half months, and European troop commitment.
1 81973 September 14 - Paperwork for small business, a bill designed to limit the use of limousines by Federal officials because of the energy crisis, a Presidential surcharge tax on personal and corporate incomes to decrease inflation, the military appropriations bill, the Trident Program, North Atlantic Treaty Organization commitment, and a bill prohibiting the blackout of professional football games if they are sold out seventy two hours in advance.
1 91973 September 21 - The possibility of a mandatory fuel allocation, public financing of political campaigns, the protection of retirement benefits for workers in private employee pension plans, and the action that the new Senate Agriculture Committee's bill will take.
1 101973 September 28 - Nunn's two amendments recently presented to the Senate Post Office Committee, revamping the franking privilege, welfare reform, the military procurement bill, and the reduction of U.S. troop commitment overseas.
1 111973 October 4 - The Senate's smallest foreign aid bill (since the Marshall Plan), reforming the federal budgetary procedure, inflation, the Budget Reform Act, Vice-President Agnew's decision not to resign, the fuel shortage.
1 121973 October 11 - Vice-President Agnew's decision to resign in light of facing criminal charges, the nomination and confirmation of a new Vice-President, the position of the U.S. regarding Middle Eastern hostilities, renegotiation between Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) countries, and the Budget Control bill.
1 131973 October 17 - The U.S. commitment to Israel's survival in light of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics' airlift of war materials and supplies to Egypt and Syria, the limitations of the War Powers Act, and Representative Gerald Ford's nomination.
1 141973 November 1 - North Atlantic Treaty Organization's adoption of Senator Nunn's resolution seeking to relieve the U.S. balance of payments problem caused by the presence of U.S. troops in and President Nixon's request to limit fuel and electrical resources, and for a new independent Watergate prosecutor.
1 151973 November 8 - Overriding the President's veto of the War Powers Act, Nixon's proposals to meet the energy crisis, the role the Select Committee on Small Business will play in alleviating the energy crisis, and Congress' peanut legislation.
1 161973 November 15 - The speculation that the Army Aviation Systems Command might relocate its headquarters, the Alaskan Pipeline, the backlog of requests to the office of Oil and Gas in Atlanta, and an amendment to the National Emergency Act of 1973 affecting small businesses.
1 171973 November 30 - The energy crisis, small business, a stronger allocation system, and campaign contributions.
1 181973 December 7 - Welfare reform, the Daylight Savings Time Bill, the new Federal Energy Administration, and Research and Development programs.
1 191973 December 13 - Energy crisis questions, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and the Jackson-Nunn amendment.
1 201973 December 20 - Accomplishments of the 93rd Congress, moving to eliminate oil companies "windfall profits," and formal rationing of fuel.
1 211974 January 24 - The energy crisis, whether the energy crisis was real or contrived, the Arabs role in the energy crisis, the embargo, and the Energy Information Act.
1 221974 January 31 - President Nixon's State of the Union Address, the Federal Energy Administration Bill (sponsored by Senator Nunn), and legislation repealing the Daylight Saving Time Act.
1 231974 February 7 - Efforts being made by the Senate Armed Services Committee to delve into the allegation of unauthorized leaks between the Pentagon and the Secretary of State's office, Gulf Oil's announcement to close its retailers and distributors in Georgia, Arab threats, and Missing In Action Awareness Day.
1 241974 February 27 - Congress, pay raise
1 251974 March 8 - The Minimum Wage Bill, the provisions of the Emergency Energy Act, and new national criteria for the imposition of the death penalty.
1 261974 March 21 - Jackson-Nunn amendment, the oil embargo, energy conservation, and the energy task force at the University of Georgia.
1 271974 March 29 - Government spending, budget reform, and the Office of Management and Budget.
1 281974 April 5 - Campaign Financing Bill, the bill's major weaknesses, the amendment requiring all polls to close at the same time throughout the country, and Senator Kennedy's national health insurance program.
1 291974 April 25 - Increasing inflation, no-fault auto insurance laws, foreign aid to Egypt, and gasoline prices.
1 301974 May 2 - Financial relief, small businessmen experiencing severe economic hardship as a result of the energy crisis, wage-price controls, controlling government spending, and the effect impeachment proceedings will have on legislation and the Congressional calendar.
1 311974 May 9 - The tape transcripts released by President Nixon, an anti-busing amendment, budget reform, legislation providing financial relief for small businessmen, and an attempt to lower entrance requirements for the Armed Forces.
1 321974 May 22 - The annual release of Nunn's personal financial statement, the 1975 military procurement bill, limiting the number of nuclear warheads the U.S. can have in Europe, an anti-busing amendment, and the formation of a Consumer Protection Agency.
1 331974 May 30 - The agricultural situation in Georgia, fertilizer shortage confronting Georgia farmers, the fuel shortage, the peace settlement in the Middle East, and the creation of a new Energy Research and Development Administration.
1 341974 June 7 - Inflation, government spending, fuel supplies, the Jackson-Nunn amendment, and the decision not to cut the number of U.S. troops overseas.
1 351974 June 13 - President Nixon's trip to the Middle East, the possibility of Georgia's kaolin pits producing aluminum, inflation, and wage and price controls.
1 361974 June 20 - The flow of American technology to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, budget reform, a tactical filibuster, and the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations review of alleged profiteering in propane gas. [1974 June 20]
1 371974 June 27 - Budget reform and inflation, cattlemen in Georgia, and the future of the Volunteer Force.
1 381974 July 11 - The U.S.'s troubled economy, tax cuts, tax increases, inflation, and Daylight Saving Time.
1 391974 July 19 - The future of the economy and the Concurrent Resolution and its effects.
1 401974 July 25 - A resolution that Senator Nunn and four of his colleagues proposed, domestic economic summit conference, and the economy and inflation.
1 411974 August 1 - Consumer Protection Agency, Arab influence in the world's economy, foreign investment, and U.S. economic policy.
1 421974 August 6 & 1974 August 8 - The impeachment issue, a movement to cut federal spending, inflation, and appropriations bills.
1 431974 August 22 - Daylight Saving Time, President Ford's bending on the amnesty question, inflation, and a cut in the defense appropriations bill.
1 441974 September 5 - Economic policy and the proposed economic summit meeting, deferred pay raises for federal employees, and anti-inflation legislation.
1 451974 September 11 & 1974 September 12 - President Ford's pardon of former President Nixon, the effects the pardon will have on the upcoming economic summit meeting, and legislation dealing with inflation.
1 461974 December 4 & 1974 December 5 - The price of Canadian crude oil, the evaluation of the Ford/Brezhnev agreement on limiting strategic arms, and Congress' intent to cut federal spending.
1 471974 December 11 - The economy and inflation, increasing the nation's productivity, and a coordinated energy policy.
1 481974 December 18 & 1974 December 19 - Evaluation of Senator Nunn's first term in office, the Senate's major accomplishments, a list of projected priorities for the 94th Congress, and the Military Construction Appropriations Bill for fiscal year 1975.
1 491974 February 4 & 1975 February 5 - President Ford's energy economic package, the proposed tariff on crude oil and a proposed budget deficit exceeding 80 billion dollars.
1 501975 February 26 & 1975 February 27 - The 90-day delay for President Ford's proposed import tariff on crude oil, unlimited aid to South Vietnam, tax cuts, and the economy.
1 511975 March 5 - The possibility of the Treasury Department locating the new Law Enforcement Training Center in Georgia, the Department of Defense, and the Senate Armed Services Committee.
1 521975 March 12 - Legislation, two new bills Nunn has proposed: one provides a means for removing misbehaving or disabled federal judges and the second bill is aimed at increasing national productivity.
1 531975 March 26 - Consumer Advocacy Agency, the Inflation Impact Statement, the possible nationalization of Amtrak, the Supreme Court ruling on outside oil drilling rights.
1 541975 April 10 - Military aid for South Vietnam, target ceiling expenditures for the next fiscal year, developments affecting the prospects of locating the new Consolidated Law Enforcement Training Center at Glynco, and the establishment of a computer center in Macon, Georgia.
1 551975 April 18 - The Vietnam Conflict, military aid for South Vietnam, and the use of Marines in an evacuation effort.
1 561975 April 24 & 1975 April 25 - The Senate's approval of funds for humanitarian aid to South Vietnam, the United States' image in the international community in regard to the downfall of South Vietnam, American surpluses of gasoline and heating oil and jet fuel, and President Ford's possible veto of the Emergency Farm Bill and the problems this will create for Georgia farmers.
1 571975 April 30 - The Vietnam refugee situation, lessons learned from the United States' long and costly involvement in Southeast Asia, and Senate resolutions that set recommended spending.
1 581975 May 6 & 1975 May 7 - United States armed forces, potential adversaries following the fall of South Vietnam, commitments to South Korea, nuclear capabilities of foreign countries, budget control, the 1974 Budget and Impoundment Control Act, President Ford's oil tariff increases, and Congress' energy plan.
1 591975 May 13 - Defense, the Cambodian seizure of an American vessel, free passage and safety of U.S ships on the high seas, diplomacy, Defense Budget cuts, and Brunswick as a future location for the Consolidate Law Enforcement Training Center.
1 601975 May 20 & 1975 May 21 - The future of the Social Security Program, the Consumer Protection Bill, regulatory reform, increasing oil prices, inflation, and Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).
1 611975 June 5 - The military procurement bill, Nunn's own involvement with the Manpower Subcommittee as chairman, U.S. and Union of Soviet Socialist Republics nuclear capabilities, the cold war, and the military budget.
1 621975 June 10 & 1975 June 11 - The Military Construction Authorization Bill, unemployment, decontrolling oil prices, increasing crude oil taxes, and inflation.
1 631975 June 18 - A measure passed in the Senate giving each member one staff member for each committee assignment, the Central Intelligence Agency and the possibility of restructuring it, and world peace as related to the Mid East.
1 641975 June 24 & 1975 June 25 - Congress, Democrats, the legislative process, the House energy measure, foreign policy, and the FY 1976 military procurement bill.
1 651975 July 15 & 1975 July 16 - President Ford's proposed deregulation of domestic oil prices, regulatory reform and small businesses, and the 94th Congress' attempt to revamp the Food Stamp Program.
1 661975 July 23 - The purpose of President Ford's Presidential delegation to China, extending the 1965 Voting Rights Act, the disputed New Hampshire Senate race, and a report showing that the gross national product is on the upswing and that the recession is "bottoming out."
1 671975 August 1 - Nunn's vote to remove Congress from any cost-of-living increases that might be granted by the government, his opposition to giving Congress any additional pay raises, the 1972 Russian grain fiasco, food prices, agriculture, the Subcommittee on Oversight Procedures meeting, and he introduced a bill in this meeting which would regulate the amount of money that can be spent to provide security at the private residences of our President and Vice President.
1 681975 September 10 - President Ford's oil price decontrol proposal, Nunn's reaction to the Sinai Pact between Egypt and Israel, and an explanation of his proposed bill aimed at improving the nation's productivity.
1 691975 September 17 & 1975 September 18 - The Food Stamp Program, his proposed bill which aims to standardize the Food Stamp Program's deductions, oil prices, and efforts being taken by Congress to improve the economy.
1 701975 September 24 - The creation of an energy independence agency; an anti-busing amendment; the Health, Education and Welfare Department Appropriations Bill; the Sinai Pact; and Pershing missiles.
1 711975 October 1 - The Military Construction Authorization Bill for FY 1976, the effect the bill will have on Georgia's economy, and its affects on the nation's economy; price controls on crude oil, gasoline price increases, foreign policy, and possible renewal of the revenue sharing proposal.
1 721975 October 8 - The economy, the federal budget, raising personal exemption, President Ford's attempt to cut taxes, decontrolling natural gas prices and reducing federal paperwork.
1 731975 October 14 - Enlisting the federal government's help in bailing New York City out of its economic problems, Senator Nunn's proposed Food Stamp Program reform bill, Senator Dole's Food Stamp Program reform bill, U.S. relations with Greece, and a balanced budget amendment.
1 741975 October 21 & 1975 October 22 - Grain-for-oil trade agreement between the U.S. and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and New York City's fiscal crisis.
1 751975 October 28 - The constitutionality of of forced busing, the FY 1976 defense budget, U.S. and Soviet relations, the United States Navy, and national security.
1 761975 November 4 - Defense, the dismissal of Secretary of Defense Schlesinger, the defense budget, U.S. relations with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and the Armed Services Committee.
1 771975 November 11 - The new budget procedure, the budget ceiling, the deficit, federal spending, and the overall U.S. economy in this report.
1 781975 November 18
1 791975 November 25 - The Environmental Protection Agency, economic recovery, inflation, and a strategic arms limitations agreement between the U.S. and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
1 801975 December 2 - The fiscal irresponsibility of New York City, small businesses, government regulations to reduce paperwork, the Productivity Bill, and regulatory reform.
1 811975 December 9 - Abuses in the student loan program, tax reform, a spending ceiling, detente, Communism, and Angola in this report.
1 821975 December 19 - President Ford's veto of the tax cut bill, U.S. aid to the African nation of Angola, and a bill giving the President authority to call up reservists in times of national emergency.
1 831976 January 21 - The major tasks facing the 94th Congress, the national budget, personal income taxes, the Social Security System, and the deterioration of the American intelligence community.
1 841976 January 27 - Alleged improper activities on the part of the Central Intelligence Agency, the Government Operations Committee probe, the status of reserves in the U.S., income taxes, and the balanced budget.
1 851976 February 3 - The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics' increased defense spending and the Social Security System, U.S. defense spending, Soviet defense spending, and increasing the Social Security tax.
1 861976 February 10 - The proliferation of government regulations, the push to deregulate natural gas, television programming, and the First Amendment.
1 871976 February 18 - S. 626 (the Child and Family Services Act), the Judicial Tenure Act, federal aid for New York, and the Public Service Jobs bill.
1 881976 February 25 - The Public Works Bill, the leaking of classified information, and daylight-savings time.
1 891976 March 2 - Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty talks, mutual and balanced force reduction talks, U.S. military forces stationed in Europe, the sale of military arms overseas, Congress' efforts to revamp the Food Stamp Program, relations between the U.S. and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and detente.
1 901976 March 10 - Nunn's bill aimed at reducing the amount of federal paperwork, imposed on consumers and small businesses, allegations of bribes being offered by American businessmen, and secure foreign contracts.
1 911976 March 16 - Legislation extending the Revenue Sharing Program, the new budgetary procedure, campaign laws and the Federal Election Commission, and the Hatch Act.
1 921976 March 24 - Nunn's proposed bill which would revamp the Federal Election Commission, Nunn serving as Acting Chairman of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, and Air Force and Navy base closings.
1 931976 March 31 - The Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, Senator Nunn's new position, organized crime and labor-management as new investigations, abuses in the federal student loan program.
1 941976 April 7 - How Congress is trying to improve the Food Stamp Program, the Budget Committee's target budget ceiling, national security, and who is first in military might (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or U.S.).
2 951976 April 13 - The federal budget, a budget ceiling, the defense budget, the U.S. military budget as compared to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics' military budget, and the public works/public jobs bill.
2 961976 May 4 - The budget, federal estate and gift tax laws, legislation designed to eliminate ineffective programs in the government, the balanced budget, and the new budgetary process.
2 971976 May 11 - The Central Intelligence Agency and other intelligence communities, the Finance Committee, and tax reform.
2 981976 May 18 - Defense (mainly Civil Defense), natural disasters and wartime disasters, an amendment that he and Senator Thurmond sponsored which would reauthorize the authority of Civil Defense, the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, crime, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the All-Volunteer Force, procurement, and the draft.
2 991976 June 8 - The 94th Congress, the Democratic National Convention, Democrats, Jimmy Carter, President Ford, small business, the "Wayne Hayes affair," and tax legislation/ tax reform.
2 1001976 June 15 - The cheating scandal at West Point, why the Armed Services Subcommittee on Manpower became involved in the investigation, West Point's honor code, crime, punishment, academics, and New York's financial problems.
2 1011976 July 1 - Price controls on home heating fuel, fuel oil, inflation, the Food Stamp Program, Congress, the upcoming election, a military construction appropriation bill (for FY 1977), and Georgia's economy.
2 1021976 July 20 - Nunn's role as acting Chairman of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations and its efforts to combat narcotics traffacking in this report, the 82nd Airborne, the Marines, terrorism, Israel, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt.
2 1031976 July 27 - The Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations' efforts to end narcotics traffacking, the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Department of Justice and the jobs they are doing in this effort, and Nunn's proposed bill which would create an Office of Inspector General in the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
2 1041976 August 3 - U.S. military reserve units and health care.
2 1051976 August 11 - The Government Operations Committee and its new Sunset bill, the Senate's tax reform bill, estate tax revision, and inflation. [Arnold Punaro participated.]
2 1061976 August 24 - The cheating scandal at West Point, the honor code, punishment, the Blue Ribbon Commission, due process, hearings the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations was holding on the efforts of the Drug Enforcement Administration to control the flow of narcotics into the U.S.
2 1071976 August 31 - Legislation that Senator Nunn either introduced or co-sponsored; establishing an Office of Inspector General in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare; Medicaid-Medicare abuse reform; and designating the Chattahoochee River as a national park.
2 1081976 September 7 - The revenue sharing program; spending; the balanced budget; deficit ceilings; tax reform; the Department of Health, Education and Welfare; and Medicaid-Medicare.
2 1091976 September 14 - The tax reform bill, a tax credit for working mothers, the economy, the MIG-25, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, defense, the Air Force, and U.S. military capabilities.
2 1101976 September 22 - The Drug Enforcement Administration, the U.S. energy crisis, Governor Carter's energy plan, oil, Secretary of State Kissinger, and the role the U.S. should play in mediating disputes between other nations (specifically Africa and Rhodesia).
2 1111976 September 28 - A new Nunn bill that would separate education from the Department of Health, Education and Welfare and create a new cabinet level Department of Education; major highlights of the 94th Congress; and the projected goals for the 95th Congress.
2 1121977 January 5 - The new Senate leadership, Senate reorganization, inflation, the national energy crisis, foreign affairs, West Point's new "non-toleration" clause, and the Public Works Construction bill.
2 1131977 January 11 - The nomination of Judge Griffin Bell as the next Attorney General, deregulating gasoline prices, President Carter's energy policy, the Veteran Affairs Committee, the Human Resources Committee, and reorganization of the Senate.
2 1141977 January 18 - President Carter and his new administration. Possible reorganization, amendments to President Nixon's budget, and separating education from the Department of Health, Education and Welfare.
2 1151977 January 26 - North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the Soviet threat to North Atlantic Treaty Organization, nuclear warfare, defense, the Warsaw Pact, and Vice President Mondale's pledge of support.
2 1161977 February 1 - The increasing energy and natural gas crisis in the U.S., what President Carter is doing to alleviate the problems the shortage has caused, and Georgia's severe shortage.
2 1171977 February 8 - The nomination of Paul Warnke as head of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, the Senate Ethics Committee, government regulations, and a rebate tax proposal.
2 1181977 February 15 - The volunteer army force, the draft, Vietnam, the Department of Defense, and military service.
2 1191977 February 24 - The Armed Services Committee interview of Paul Warnke, the Foreign Relations Committee, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the Richard Russell project, Max Cleland, the Veterans Affairs Committee, and President Carter's budget.
2 1201977 March 3 - President Carter's new Administration, Federal Impact Aid Funds, consolidating all energy related functions of government into one cabinet level department, and a comprehensive energy policy.
2 1211977 March 8 - The new Ethics Code, the House Ways and Means tax rebate, small business, and government regulations.
2 1221977 March 15 - Nunn explains his efforts, along with Senator Gaylord Nelson, to introduce a resolution calling for a conference on small business, and questions on removing education from the Department of Health, Education and Welfare.
2 1231977 March 23 - Investigations conducted by the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations concerning irregularities in the use of union severance pay plans, Teamster President Frank Fitzsimmons, union funds, and Louis Ostrer as well.
2 1241977 March 29 - Election reform proposals, the public financing of congressional elections, election day registration, and energy conservation.
2 1251977 April 5 - Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty talks, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, unionization of the military forces, terrorism, and defense intelligence in this report.
2 1261977 April 12 - President Carter's tax stimulus package, a permanent tax cut, and Senator Nunn's proposed bill for removing unfit or misbehaving judges from office.
2 1271977 April 19 - The energy crisis, conservation, petroleum, imports, the economy, and taxes.
2 1281977 April 26 - President Carter's energy package requiring Americans to conserve energy in every way possible, the need for a research and development program, the Food Stamp Program, and corporal punishment.
2 1291977 May 3 - Senator Nunn's Judicial Tenure Act.
2 1301977 May 10 - Legislation: a bill which pushes for regulatory reform legislation, a new Energy Department, and whether this legislation will add new employees to the Federal Government and if it will create an additional layer of bureaucracy.
2 1311977 May 18 - Deficit spending, the balanced budget, and the Social Security program.
2 1321977 May 24 - The creation of a Consumer Advocacy Agency, opposition to this bill, public financing of Congressional campaigns, and election day registration.
2 1331977 May 31 - Defense, Secretary of State Vance, Soviet Foreign Minister Gromyko, the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks agreement, the cruise missile, strategic defense, and the future of the U.S. defense position.
2 1341977 June 7 - Legislation permitting a tax deduction for the installation of storm windows and insulation, the energy crisis, foreign policy, the Intelligence Committee, the Central Intelligence Agency, the establishment of an American Interest Desk in the Swiss Embassy in Havana, Cuba, Fidel Castro, the Energy Research and Development Administration budget, Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, and the neutron bomb.
2 1351977 June 14 - The Veterans Administration, the use of the G.I. bill, Max Cleland, private contracting for defense installations, the Office of Management and Budget, and the Military Authorization Bill.
2 1361977 June 21 - Drought-stricken counties in Georgia, special government assistance and who Georgians can contact to receive this aid, answers refer Georgians to contact the Department of Agriculture, the Small Business Administration, the ASCS, and the Farm Home Administration, and the long-range weather forecast for Georgia.
2 1371977 June 28 - Different legislative acts that Senator Nunn has proposed: set aside a section of the Chattahoochee River as a National Recreation Area, and allow the Small Business Administration to make available to farmers disaster loans previously unavailable to them.
2 1381977 July 12 - Defense, the neutron bomb, radiation, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty.
2 1391977 July 19 - Drought stricken Georgia, the roles that the Small Business Administration and the Small Business Disaster Relief Act will play in helping farmers, and whether or not Congress should enact a bill requiring all states to adopt no-fault insurance.
2 1401977 July 26 - Drought stricken Georgia and the Small Business Administration and their loan process.
2 1411977 August 2 - The Drug Sentencing and Seizure Act, narcotics, the Clean Air Amendments, the Riegle-Griffin bill, the Baker substitue bill, and the energy bill.
2 1421977 September 13 - Georgia farmers, the continuation of the Small Business Administration's Physical Disaster Assistance Program and its budgetary problems, and administrative changes in the Farmers Home Administration and the ASCS.
2 1431977 September 20 - Disaster loans for Georgia farmers, his meetings with the Office of Management and Budget, the Agriculture Department, and the Small Business Administration; his stance on the $700 million supplemental appropriation bill; legislation removing the office of Education from the Department of Health, Education and Welfare; and the Judicial Tenure Act.
2 1441977 September 27 - Energy conservation and natural gas deregulation, President Carter's energy package and the Pearson-Bentsen bill as possible solutions to our country's energy crisis, foreign policy and Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty.
2 1451977 October 4 - Natural gas deregulation, the energy filibuster in the House and the Pearson-Bentsen Bill, his stance on the energy package, Energy Secretary Schlesinger, a domestic crude oil tax, and the Congressional Budget Act.
2 1461977 October 11 - A Senate bill that raised minimum wage, his stance on this bill, its different components, including indexing, unemployment, and the youth differential.
2 1471977 October 19 - President Carter's 30% across the board tax cut, the energy package, and the Senate Finance Committee.
2 1481977 October 25 - Nunn's Vice-Chairmanship of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, the investigations the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations are pursuing, and corrective legislation for labor unions.
2 1491977 November 2 - The energy package the energy tax, the energy bill, oil prices, and conservation.
2 1501978 January 24 - Georgia farmers and decreasing prices, a crop loan support program, low interest rates, ending embargoes. Senator Nunn addresses the question of unlimited trade overseas.
2 1511978 January 31 - Criminal Reform Act, the Small Business Administration and problems facing farmers in our country.
2 1521978 February 7 - All-Volunteer force based military, the costs and questions it raises, The Defense Budget.
2 1531978 February 14 - The budget and the president's control over it, Social Security, and the likelihood of an energy bill.
2 1541978 February 21 - Panama Canal treaties, Torrijos, treaty amendments, defense of the Canal, cost.
2 1551978 February 28 - FY 1979 military construction budget, Ft. MacPherson, Kings Bay, Manpower Subcommittee hearings on the withdrawal of American troops from Korea, the military, defense, deployment.
2 1561978 March 7 - Taft-Hartley law, striking miners, the decreasing value of the dollar overseas, crude oil, the energy package, the revamping of the Civil Service.
2 1571978 March 14 - Panama Canal treaties, Sea-level canals, third party treaties, ratification, the military, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, negotiations, the Armed Service Committee, communism, deployment, and foreign policy.
2 1581978 March 21 - Panama Canal treaties.
2 1591978 March 28 - Panama Canal Treaty and changes suggested.
2 1601978 April 4 - U.S. agricultural crisis, emergency agricultural legislation, the Talmadge-Dole bill, oversupply, a crop insurance program, and the drought.
2 1611978 April 11 - Nunn's Urban Policy compared with President Carter's program. Inflation, the small business sector, unemployment, and public service jobs. Also on reel 78-009-A.
2 1621978 April 18 - Panama Canal Treaty as changed from original treaty.
2 1631978 April 25 - Nunn's position as Vice-Chairman of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations; investigations on organized crime and labor racketeering.
2 1641978 May 2 - Law enforcement, narcotics, drug trafficking, organized crime, murders in the Atlanta, Federal Penitentiary, and the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations.
2 1651978 May 9 - Carter Administration, defense, foreign policy, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the All-Volunteer Force, the draft, and the Military Procurement Bill.
2 1661978 May 16 - Inflation, the balanced budget, economic development, and a possible tax cut.
2 1671978 May 23 - Foreign policy and U.S. relations with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Cuba, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, communism, Africa, oil production, Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, and the Clark Amendment.
2 1681979 January 16 - Senator Nunn's trip to Asia. Withdrawal of troops from Korea, the normalization of relations with China, the "yellow peril," national security, and U.S. relations with Taiwan.
2 1691979 January 23 - Nunn's view on U.S. troops in Korea. Possible reintroduction of the military draft, security, South Korea, mobilization, and the Reserve Forces. President Carter's budget.
2 1701979 January 30 - Iran and the Shah. U.S. relations with Iran, foreign policy, national security, the Middle East, and peace agreements. Korea, mobilization, the All-Volunteer Force, and defense.
2 1711979 February 6 - Defense, President Carter's budget, defense spending, Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The filibuster rule, civil rights, Rule 22, and gas deregulation.
2 1721979 February 9 - Defense spending and the FY 1980 defense budget. Domestic and social programs, Soviet military expansion, and inflation.
2 1731979 February 27 - The balanced budget amendment, the economy, the energy crisis, Iran, and defense.
2 1741979 March 7 - President Carter's initiative in the Middle East, a forthcoming peace treaty, U.S. military, wage guidelines, and inflation.
2 1751979 March 13 - U.S. relations in the Mid-East, President Carter's image, a possible peace treaty, "shuttle diplomacy," Strategic Arms Limitation Talks, and U.S. military involvement. All-Volunteer Force, national security, the draft, and the Armed Services Committee.
2 1761979 March 27 - Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty, the role that President Carter played in negotiating this treaty, the cost (price) of the treaty, and inflation.
2 1771979 April 3 - Nuclear energy, Three Mile Island Reactor, gasoline rationing, risk-free energy, Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), energy prices, and decontrol.
2 1781979 April 10 - President Carter's energy plan and a Supreme Court ruling. Decontrol, crude oil, inflation, Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), exports, and voluntary prayer in schools.
2 1791979 April 24 - Budget resolution, its effects on the Small Business Administration and the disaster loan program for crop losses. Russell Long and Senator Ted Kennedy's proposed health insurance plans.
2 1801979 May 1 - Legislation Nunn co-sponsored. Department of Education, separate from Department of Health, Education and Welfare, thus reducing government spending, consolidating education programs, and improving the education system.
3 1811979 May 15 - The nations' energy/gas crisis. Stand-by gas rationing, gas shortages, Iranian oil, the Department of Energy, and oil companies.
3 1821979 May 22 - FY 1980 budget, the new budget process, the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks Treaty, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
3 1831979 June 5 - Social Security, the Navy. Inclusion of the Legislative Branch under Social Security, taxes, retirement, and pensions. Decision to house Poseidon, a submarine fleet, in Kings Bay and the effects it will have on Georgia's economy.
3 1841979 June 12 - Legislation, approved by the Senate Armed Services Committee, calling for return to the registration of eighteen year old males. All-Volunteer Force, the draft, and the House's Authorization Bill.
3 1851979 June 19 - Strategic Arms Limitation Talks Treaty, arms control, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the MX, the boat people of Southeast Asia, Malaysia, and Vietnam.
3 1861979 June 26 - Gas shortage, the striking truckers, their demands for gas, and a deregulation bill. Department of Energy, the Iranian oil situation, importation, and Amtrak.
3 1871979 July 10 - President Carter's trip to Camp David, the national energy mobilization plan, balancing the budget for 1981, and the recession.
3 1881979 July 18 - President Carter's energy plan, gas and oil prices, conservation, crude oil, the no-growth policy, and restricted imports.
3 1891979 July 25 - President Carter's cabinet reshuffling, his energy proposals, the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks Treaty, foreign relations, the Armed Services Committee, the budget, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and legislation reinstituting registration.
3 1901979 July 31 - The Strategic Arms Limitation Talks Treaty.
3 1911979 September 11 - Soviet troops in Cuba, the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, and the Armed Services Committee.
3 1921979 September 19 - Defense spending, Senator Hollings budget proposal, Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, national security, the economy, and inflation.
3 1931979 September 26 - Soviet troops in Cuba, foreign policy, detente, Strateic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, increasing Congressional pay, taxes, and the budget.
3 1941979 October 23 - Registering eighteen year old men for the draft, oil companies, fuel prices, and taxes.
3 1951979 November 6 - The U.S. gasoline crisis, legislation giving President Carter standby gasoline rationing authority, the Energy Mobilization Board, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, nuclear power, and the economy.
3 1961979 November 20 - The Iranian hostage crisis, and the All-Volunteer Force.
3 1971979 November 27 - New investigations that the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations has undertaken, organized and sophisticated car theft operations, organized crime, transfer technology, student loans, and health programs.
3 1981979 December 4 - The Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty, legislation restricting the regulatory power of the Federal Trade Commission.
3 1991979 December 11 - The Iran hostage crisis, national security, the Central Intelligence Agency, U.S. military, and oil imports.
3 2001979 December 18 - Windfall Profits Tax bill, to crude oil, decontrol, a $.50-a-gallon gas tax, the stand-by rationing plan, foreign policy.
3 2011980 January 22 - The invasion of Afghanistan by the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, a possible military buildup of U.S. forces in the Indian Ocean, as well as the possible revival of the draft.
3 2021980 January 29 - Whether or not women should be included in draft registration, the constraints on the Central Intelligence Agency.
3 2031980 February 11 - President's proposal to register men and women for the draft, chances of such a bill to pass the Senate, classification how quickly a bill dealing with registration and classification would pass Congress.
3 2041980 February 19 - Plight of America's small businessmen at the hands of government regulations, implications of transferring U.S. technology to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and legislation which would make arson-for-profit a federal crime.
3 2051980 February 26 - Wage/price controls, economic crisis, and effect possible tax cut would have on the present economic condition.
3 2061980 March 4 - Best way to balance the budget in order to control inflation, defense budget, and why the president's registration plan was having so much trouble in Congress.
3 2071980 March 11 - Manpower shortages in the military and the best way to solve them, the apparent decreased mental capabilities of military recruits, and legislation designed to get the Internal Revenue Service more involved in the narcotics war.
3 2081980 March 25 - State of the economy, Congress' reaction to the President's reform proposals, potential long-term measures to deal with the economic situation, and how the defense budget fits into this equation.
3 2091980 April 1 - The value of the census to Georgians, the President's revised 81 budget, and the process Congress follows in to make crucial budget decisions.
3 2101980 April 15 - The depressed state of the economy and possible solutions.
3 2111980 April 22 - Registration legislation and defense spending.
3 2121980 April 29 - War Power's Act, rescue mission in Iran. and organized crime in the United States.
3 2131980 May 6 - Organized crime in the United States and in Georgia and Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations hearings on organized crime.
3 2141980 May 14 - Cuban immigration problem, new legislation concerning compensation to U.S. hostages in Iran, and the Federal Trade Commission authorization bill.
3 2151980 May 20 - The recession, possible tax cut, food stamp legislation recently passed by the Senate, and draft/registration legislation.
3 2161980 June 3 - Delay in the debate over draft/registration legislation, whether or not classification will be included in the measure, and if a return to the draft is inevitable.
3 2171980 June 11 - Draft registration, including women in draft registration, and when registration would begin for males.
3 2181980 June 17 - Federal budget, the allocation of federal funds, and the General Accounting Office inquiry on five federal prisons.
3 2191980 July 2 - Armed forces and a proposal to reduce the number of troops.
3 2201980 July 22 - The proposed tax cut and partisan politics.
3 2211980 August 5 - Help the small businessman will be provided by Congress during the present depression and what kind of remedy the Democrats in Congress might have for the economy.
3 2221980 August 19 - Annual defense bill, possible changes in basic strategic nuclear doctrine, and speculation that there might be a lame-duck session of Congress to pass "must" legislation.
3 2231980 August 26 - Impending hearings concerning a probe of the Labor Department's investigation of the Teamster's Union Central States Pension Funds.
3 2241980 September 9 - Nunn-Warner bill, the effect this bill could have on retaining skilled people in the military, and reports in several newspapers on an Army study on military readiness.
3 2251980 September 16 - Opening of Hartsfield International Airport, percentage of sign-ups for the draft, the state of our national defense, and the stance the presidential hopefuls will take on defense.
3 2261980 September 23 - Condition of the Titan missile after the accidental explosions, intercontinental ballistic missiles recently deployed by the Russians, the recently passed FY 1981 military construction bill and how it will effect Georgia, and the move of the Trident submarine base to King's Bay.
3 2271980 October 1 - Regulation of federal judges and judicial tenure.
3 2281980 November 18 - Nunn's relationship with Mack Mattingly, the impact of becoming part of the minority party, Reagan's reaction to draft registration, his defense priorities, and the future of the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks II Treaty.
3 2291980 November 25 - Republican's promises to balance the budget, increase defense spending, and give everyone a tax cut. Prospects of a very conservative Congress convening in January and the appropriations bills before the lame duck session of Congress.
3 2301980 December 1 - Legislative initiatives of the next session of Congress, upcoming rise in Social Security taxes, health insurance, and the Supreme Court's decision to review the women's draft issue.
3 2311981 January 27 - Return of the hostages, the confirmation of Alexander Haig and Caspar Weinberger as Secretaries of State and Defense (respectively), and money alloted for new military construction for Georgia bases.
3 2321981 February 3 - Small business initiatives for the coming year, and the Omnibus Small business Capital Formation Act, and estate taxes.
3 2331981 February 10 - Traffic of illegal drugs and a new bill which would involve the Armed Services fighting the drug traffic.
3 2341981 February 18 - Waterfront corruption on the East Coast, mob influence in Savannah, the Permanent Subcommittee of Investigations hearings on organized crime.
3 2351981 February 24 - El Salvador, possible economic sanctions to stem the flow of weapons from Cuba, and Justice Burger's proposal that the courts concentrate more on the rights of the victims.
3 2361981 March 4 - Child murders in Atlanta.
3 2371981 March 10 - Legislation to combat the flow of illegal drugs into the country, the use of paraquat, and the status of federal crop insurance.
3 2381981 March 17 - Drought relief funds, criticism of the misallotment of these funds, and the effect of budget cuts on rural America.
3 2391981 March 24 - Supreme Court debate about whether or not women should be allowed to register for the draft, whether the U. S. should consider lifting the grain embargo against the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and the new guidelines announced by the Small Business Association to cover disaster relief.
3 2401981 March 31 - Assassination attempts on the President, violent crime, and the specific provisions of the Savings Incentive Act.
3 2411981 April 7 - Legislation introduced by a conservative-to-moderate group in the Senate designed to stimulate the economy.
3 2421981 April 28 - Lifting of the Soviet grain embargo, how perceptions of the United States have changed in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics as a result, and the measure Nunn introduced before the Senate Armed Services Committee pertaining aid from the military to civilian law enforcement.
3 2431981 May 5 - Political impact of talks between the U.S. and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republicson limiting the placement of intermediate-range ballistic missiles on Western European allies, the importance of modernizing theatre nuclear forces in Europe, the likelihood of President Reagan's budget cuts getting through the Congress, and the influence of the prime rate and inflation's influence on the tax cuts for that year.
3 2441981 May 13 - Social Security program, President Reagan's proposal to reduce benefits to early retirees, and the approval of legislation which would change the way in which the cost of living is computed.
3 2451981 May 20 - Anti-crime bills, Nunn's testimony in front of the Senate Finance Committee on the President's tax and budget cut proposals, and the likelihood of the Administration coming to a compromise on the Kemp-Roth tax cut proposal.
3 2461981 June 2 - Nunn and Chiles' legislative efforts to fight drugs, the Judiciary Committee's adoption of a proposed constitutional amendment requiring a balanced budget, and inflation.
3 2471981 June 9 - Expiration of the authority to draft, the practical effect of the Supreme Court's decision on the Constitutionality of registration for military service, and the revised tax cut proposal President Reagan submitted to Congress.
3 2481981 June 17 - Effect of food stamp legislation on Georgians and Congress' action towards alleviating the Savings and Loan situation.
3 2491981 June 23 - Democratic conference's steps toward the fight against violent crime, the Democratic Task Force on violent crime legislation, the costs of the implementation of a package of measures against violent crime, and a proposed merger of the Drug Enforcement Administration with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
3 2501981 July 7 - Tax bill, "All Savers Certificate" as a saving incentive, estate and tax provisions of the bill, and the accelerated depreciation rate.
3 2511981 July 14 - Nomination of Sandra Day O'Connor for the Supreme Court, the economy, and busing.
3 2521981 July 21 - Reduction of corporate tax rate to small businesses included in an amendment to the tax bill Nunn introduced and the proposal to index income taxes to the rate of inflation.
3 2531981 July 28 - The economy, an amendment to the tax bill which would make the Internal Revenue Service target organized crime and drug trafficking, and problems with the current tax law.
3 2541981 September 22 - The economy and high interest rates.
3 2551981 September 29 - President Reagan's comprehensive crime bill, increase of the national debt past the $1 trillion mark and the delay in construction of the Kings Bay Trident Submarine Base in Georgia.
3 2561981 October 6 - Proposal calling for a high-level commission to persuade banks to increase their approval of small business and farmers' loans and for the Federal Reserve Board to encourage banks to be more careful with respect to their loans toward corporate mergers. President's strategic modernization package (defense) affecting key programs such as the MX missile and B-1 bomber programs.
3 2571981 October 20 - Sale of Airborne Warning and Control System aircraft to Saudi Arabia and its effect on American foreign policy.
4 2581981 November 3 - Amendment to a foreign aid bill which will permit the U.S. government to renew cooperation with foreign governments to stop illegal drug traffic, amending the Posse Comitatus act, and controlling cost overruns on defense systems.
4 2591981 November 10 - The impact in Georgia of the Military Construction bill for FY 1982, hearings of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations on corruption in labor union pension funds, and the bill introduced by Nunn allowing the Internal Revenue Service to pursue the investigation and prosecution of organized crime and drug trafficking.
4 2601981 November 17 - Conference Committee on the Farm bill, bill's impact on the peanut program, and impact of cuts in the Federal budget on Georgia's state budget.
4 2611981 November 24 - President Reagan's veto of a continuing resolution needed to continue operating government agencies during disagreements in the federal government and President Reagan's proposal to reduce the number of nuclear weapons in Europe.
4 2621981 December 8 - B-1 bomber program, a cost accountability amendment for the FY 1982 Department of Defense appropriation bill, and Nunn's amendment to President Reagan's basing proposal (which was deemed unwise by Nunn as it made the MX missile more vulnerable to first-strike attacks.)
4 2631981 December 15 - Poland, sanctions against the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation's report on the Witness Security Program, and the coordination of law enforcement agencies with the military in anti-drug efforts.
4 2641982 February 2 - Primary items on the congressional agenda for the second session of Congress (including the economy, busing, abortion and prayer in school), Nunn's own priorities (drugs and organized crime), and the controversy regarding the lending policy of the Farmers Home Administration for the 1982 crop year.
4 2651982 February 9 - The impact of the FY 1983 military budget spending in the state of Georgia, President Reagan's proposed federal budget, and President Reagan's "New Federalism."
4 2661982 February 23 - President Reagan's proposed defense budget for FY 1983 (MX and B-1 programs) and U.S. intervention in El Salvador.
4 2671982 March 2 - The impact of an amendment regarding court-ordered school busing, the tax leasing provisions in the 1981 Tax Recovery, and the Intelligence Identity Protection Act, a bill which Nunn co-sponsored.
4 2681982 March 9 - The defense gap with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the increase in insurance premiums for federal workers in Georgia, and the decision to expel Harrison Williams from the Senate.
4 2691982 March 16 - President Brezhnev's announced freeze on deployment of new medium-range nuclear missiles in the western Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, whether North Atlantic Treaty Organization should modernize its nuclear arsenal, and congressional consideration of the President's budget proposal.
4 2701982 March 23 - Regulatory Reform Act, the Bumpers amendment, and the amendment offered which would enable both chambers of Congress to veto executive agency regulations.
4 2711982 March 30 - The housing industry and the two proposals to relieve the economic situation for the short-term (the Lugar proposal and the Democratic proposal).
4 2721982 April 20 - Arms control and the proposed creation of a crisis control center manned by personnel from the U.S. and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in order to detect any nuclear detonations originated by a third party and thus preventing an all-out nuclear conflict due to a mistake.
4 2731982 April 27 - State of the economy in Georgia, concerns of the citizenry of Georgia with respect to economy, prospects for progress at the federal level, televising Senate procedure, the role of the U.S. in the Falklands war.
4 2741982 May 4 - Problem of transfer of technology from U.S. into the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, methods of Soviet technological espionage, magnitude of impact of technology transfer on Soviet national defense, the need for new laws to address this problem.
4 2751982 May 11 - Prospects for the FY 1983 budget, types of initiatives favored to reach a budget compromise, Senator Nunn's reaction to President Reagan's new proposals on nuclear arms control.
4 2761982 May 18 - Crime Control Act of 1982, magnitude of the crime problem in the U.S., impact of the legislation in question on organized crime, effect of the bail reform sections of the legislation, manner in which the sentencing of convicted criminals will change with the legislation, legislations reform of the writ of habeas corpus.
4 2771982 May 25 - Impact of the FY 1983 budget, difference between the budget proposed by Senator Nunn and the one approved, differences in spending cuts in Senator Nunn's resolution compared to the one which passed the Senate.
4 2781982 June 15 - The implications of the cease fire in Lebanon, role of the U.S. in long-term settlement in the Middle East, the United Nations Disarmament Conference.
4 2791982 June 22 - The John Hinckley trial, Senator Nunn's assesment of the conference report on the budget resolution for 1983, reasons for need of a balanced budget amendment.
4 2801982 June 29 - Change in U.S. foreign policy due to the change of Secretary of State from Haig to Shultz, change in role of America in the Middle East due to change of Secretary of State, Senator Nunn's opinion on special prosecutor's report on Secretary of Labor Ray Donovan.
4 2811982 July 13 - Reasons for need of a balanced budget amendment, the main provisions of this amendment, Senator Nunn's reaction to President Reagan's sending troops to Lebanon to assist settlement conflict.
4 2821982 July 20 - The need for a tax increase, approach of Senator Nunn's budget proposal, likelihood of passage of crime bill.
4 2831982 July 27 - Manner in which Tax Bill amendment to make tax leasing benefits available to small business introduced by Senator Nunn will help small businessmen and farmers, need for the Internal Revenue Service to have stronger participation in law enforcement, Labor Management Racketeering Act.
4 2841982 August 3 - The prospects of the C-5 plane on the conference committee, why the Senator voted against the tax increased by the Senate.
4 2851982 August 10 - Impact of the Balanced Budget Amendment, its similitude with similar provisions in state constitutions, status of the C-5 in conference.
4 2861982 August 17 - Prospects for the then-recently introduced tax package before the Senate, reasons why the Senator voted for stricter immigration laws.
4 2871982 September 15 - Senator Nunn's crime bill compared with the President's, the Omnibus Victims Protection Act of 1982.
4 2881982 September 21 - Status of the C-5 program, Senator Nunn's reaction to the return of U.S. troops to assist in restoring order, the agreement reached by the Labor Department and the Teamsters Central States Pension Fund on management of the pension fund.
4 2891982 September 28 - School prayer and Senator Helms' proposed amendment on it, the failure of Congress to pass FY 1983's budget, status of the C-5 program.
4 2901982 December 7 - Unemployment at the Georgia and national level, Georgia agriculture, awareness of the members of the Senate on matters of farming.
4 2911982 December 14 - The gravity of the technology transfer problem, recommendations made by the Senator to the Permanent Subcommittee on investigations regarding this matter, the Federal Reserve's monetary policy.
4 2921982 December 21 - The approval of the C-5 by Conference committee, a bill introduce by Senator Nunn and Senator Armstrong requiring violent criminals to remain imprisoned while requiring alternative sentencing for non-violent offenders, Senator Nunn's evaluation of the 97th Congress' efforts in fighting crime, the Roy Williams case.
4 2931983 February 1 - President Reagan's FY1984 budget, tax increase proposals made by President Reagan.
4 2941983 February 22 - Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations investigation of organized crime in mid-Atlantic states, interest rates, arms reduction resolution introduced by Senator Nunn.
4 2951983 March 1 - Unemployment legislation, incentive to the unemployed for retraining, definition of individual training account.
4 2961983 March 8 - Task force organized by Senator Nunn to deal with Georgian agricultural problems, Senate Agriculture Committee's approval of expanding farmer's home credit (proposal introduced by Senator Nunn), Senator Nunn's proposal to Secretary of Agriculture Block to barter with other nations for minerals and oil in exchange for farm goods, long-term grain agreement.
4 2971983 March 15 - Democratic anti-crime bill package, provisions on which the Senate and White House agree, agreement between the parts in this government.
4 2981983 March 22 - Consideration of an amendment relating to the withholding of income on interest and dividends by the Senate, the nuclear freeze resolution, prospects for the Cohen-Nunn resolution.
4 2991983 April 6 - The hotline between Washington and Moscow, initiatives to build confidence between the U.S. and Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Defense budget increases expected and favored by Senator Nunn for FY 1984.
4 3001983 April 12 - Proposal of the Comission on Strategic Forces to count nuclear warheads rether than launchers for the purposes of arms control negotiations, the Commission's proposal for deployment of the MX, Secretary Weinberger's release of a Department of Defense study on nuclear crisis control required by Senator Nunn's amendment the previous year.
4 3011983 April 20 - Deferring the withholding of taxes and dividend income for four years, Scrowcraft Comission Report, Senate Armed Services Committee hearings on the MX missile.
4 3021983 April 26 - Job training package introduced by Senator Nunn, individual training account program and provision for business training expenses along with grant programs for the states for training purposes in Senator Nunn's package.
4 3031983 May 4 - Legislation introduced by Senator. Mattingly and Senator. Nunn providing for permanent boundaries for the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, impact of this legislation on the area, whether or not the legislation will prevent all development and use in the area, prospects of the legislation.
4 3041983 May 25 - Funds for the testing of the MX missile, the effect of the MX on the other important strategic systems and on the overall defense budget, response of the president to Senator. Nunn's letter on the subject of controlling nuclear crises and building confidence between the countries.
4 3051983 June 8 - Reagan Administration's position in the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty talks in Geneva, disarmament strategy (namely build-down), results of recent initiatives by the Administration for the cause of disarmament.
4 3061983 June 15 - Withholdong on savings and dividends (voting on), MARTA funding recommendations, prospects for Labor Management Racketeering bill.
4 3071983 June 21 - Salary raise vote, federal deficit, possibility of a budgetary deadlock, ways of alleviating the budgetary process.
4 3081983 June 29 - Supreme Court ruling declaring legislative veto unconstitutional, dangers of this decision, alternative mechanisms for congressional review of executive action.
4 3091983 July 20 - National prison system crisis, sentencing of non-violent criminals, deterrence of sentencing.
4 3101983 July 27 - Effects of the recently passed Department of Defense appropriations on Georgia, Senator Nunn's amendment requiring independent cost estimates within the Pentagon on weapons procurement, concern over new military exercises in Central America.
4 3111983 September 13 - The Korean airliner downing, effect of the Korean airliner incident on American arms control policy, involvement of U.S. troops in peacekeeping operations in Lebanon, use of the War Powers Act.
4 3121983 September 20 - The purpose of the War Powers Act, the question of whether or not the U.S. should have troops in Lebanon.
4 3131983 September 27 - Impact of President Reagan's speech to the United Nations on arms control agreement negotiations, Senator Nunn's appointment to the Senate Intelligence Committee, whether or not the U.S. should set a definite time limit on the time Marines should stay in Lebanon.
4 3141983 October 4 - President Reagan's arms control proposal, the inclusion of Senator Nunn and Cohen's proposal for nuclear build-down, expectations of an arms control agreement in the near future.
4 3151983 October 25 - Change in Habeas Corpus laws, changes suggested by Senator Nunn, prospects for Senator Nunn's legislation on this matter.
4 3161983 November 1 - Rejection of a resolution providing for an increase in the federal debt limit, practical effect of this action by the Senate, likelihood of progress in the area of budgeting.
4 3171983 November 8 - Corridor Z highway project in Georgia, reduction of the federal deficit, prevention of incidents similar to the bombing in the Capitol.
4 3181983 November 15 - Senator Nunn's conservation proposal, effect of legislation on farmland, Farmers Home Administration and Business Administration loans feature of Senator Nunn's legislation, benefit to the state of Georgia by legislation.
4 3191984 February 21 - Crime bill package passed by Senate, function of the exclusionary rule, procedural changes in habeas corpus, sentencing and bail reform. Also on reels 84-048-A and 84-049-A.
4 3201984 February 29 - Economic recovery of the U.S., importance of federal budget deficit in light of this fact, prospect of administrative action on the deficit, Senator Nunn's approach to reducing deficit.

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Series 4. Photographs
1914- (bulk 1972-1996)
ca. 20 linear feet

Access Restrictions
All of Subseries 3: Slides, Subseries 4: Photograph albums, and Subseries 6: Negatives are RESTRICTED.

Scope and Content Note

The photographs were collected by Senator Nunn's press section and by his family. They document his family, childhood, education, career, and leisure activities. The majority of the images record his Senate activities.

The press staff created individual descriptions for these photographs in several databases, which were also accessioned. An index to the photographs, generated from the databases, is available in the Emory University Special Collections Department. Snapshots, negatives, oversized photos, and contact sheets were usually filed separately.

Subseries 5: Digitized images consists of digital surrogates of photographic images. Some of the images were created by the Senate Photography Studio for Senator Nunn at the time of his retirement. These images are in Kodak PhotoCD format. The images are of prints requested by Senator Nunn from the Senate Photography Studio, 1989-1996, (and not a comprehensive file of all images contained on the Senate Photography Studio negatives in the Nunn papers.) They are not indexed. The Museum of Aviation, Robins Air Force Base, Warner Robins, Georgia, scanned some photographs while preparing their exhibit "We the People", which opened in 1996. Digital surrogates were also made as part of the SAGE digital archive project (1998-2000).

Negatives were received from the following sources: Senator Nunn's press section, the Senate Photography Studio, the exhibit curator for the Sam Nunn exhibit in the Houston County Board of Education Building, and the SAGE digital archive project.

Organization Note

Organized into six subseries: 1) Prints (including oversized prints); 2) Snapshots; 3) Slides (RESTRICTED); 4) Photograph albums (RESTRICTED); 5) Digitized images; and 6) Negatives (RESTRICTED). Prints are filed by subject according to the numbering scheme used in Nunn's office. The oversized prints are filed separately. Snapshots are filed in envelopes, each of which may contain several photographs. Some snapshots were filed with Subseries 1: Prints.

Related Materials

Framed Portraits (Subgroup 4: Personal/political files.) These portraits were received both before and after Senator Nunn's retirement. Some are photographs, but they include a number of different formats, including oil painting, watercolor, prints, drawings, cartoons, and photographs.

Photo scrapbooks (Subgroup 5: Press relations/media activity, Series 10: Scrapbooks and news clippings.) Some 1972 campaign photographs were used to create a scrapbook.

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Container list

Subseries 1: Photographic prints

BoxSubj CodeTopic
1 AS-ACArmed Services--Academies
1 AS-AFArmed Services--Air Force
1 AS-ARArmed Services--Army
1 AS-COArmed Services--Committee
1 AS-CSArmed Services--Conferences
1 AS-DDArmed Services--D-Day Ceremonies
1 AS-DSArmed Services--Desert Storm Briefing
1 AS-JCArmed Services--Joint Chiefs of Staff
1 AS-MCArmed Services--Marine Corps
1 AS-MFArmed Services--Military Figures
1 AS-NAArmed Services--National Aeronautics and Space Administration
1 AS-NVArmed Services--Navy
1 AS-PGArmed Services--Persian Gulf
2 AW-70Awards--1970s
2 AW-80Awards--1980s
3 AW-90Awards--1990s
3 AW-DDAwards--Department of Defense
4 CA-00Campaigns
4 CA-72Campaigns--1972
5 CA-78Campaigns--1978
6 CD-CYChildhood--College Years
6 CD-EYChildhood--Early Years
6 CD-HSChildhood--High School Years
6 CD-JHChildhood--Junior High Years
7 CH-ASCommittees/Hearings--Armed Services Committee
7 CH-DRCommittees/Hearings--Democratic Drug Task Force
7 CH-FICommittees/Hearings--Finance Committee
7 CH-FRCommittees/Hearings--Foreign Relations
7 CH-GOCommittees/Hearings--Government Operations/Affairs
7 CH-INCommittees/Hearings--Intelligence Committee
7 CH-IRCommittees/Hearings--Iran-Contra Hearings
7 CH-MICommittees/Hearings--Miscellaneous
7 CH-PSCommittees/Hearings--Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations
8 CO-70Constituents--1970s
8 CO-80Constituents--1980s
9 CO-90Constituents--1990s
9 CO-CDConstituents--Children
11 DF-BUDistinguished Figures--Bush Administration
10 DF-CADistinguished Figures--Carter Administration
10 DF-CLDistinguished Figures--Clinton Administration
10 DF-CVDistinguished Figures--Carl Vinson
10 DF-DPDistinguished Figures--Democratic Politics/Democratic Leadership Council
10 DF-FODistinguished Figures--Ford Administration
11 DF-KJDistinguished Figures--Kennedy-Johnson Administrations
10 DF-NIDistinguished Figures--Nixon Administration
10 DF-REDistinguished Figures--Reagan Administration
10 DF-RLDistinguished Figures--Religion
10 DF-SPDistinguished Figures--Sports and Entertainment
10 DF-UNDistinguished Figures--University Officials
12 FD-CHForeign Dignitaries--China
12 FD-EGForeign Dignitaries--Egypt
12 FD-FRForeign Dignitaries--France
12 FD-GEForeign Dignitaries--Germany
12 FD-GBForeign Dignitaries--Great Britain
12 FD-INForeign Dignitaries--India
12 FD-IRForeign Dignitaries--Iran
12 FD-ISForeign Dignitaries--Israel
12 FD-JAForeign Dignitaries--Japan
12 FD-JOForeign Dignitaries--Jordan
12 FD-KOForeign Dignitaries--Korea
12 FD-PHForeign Dignitaries--Phillipines
12 FD-RUForeign Dignitaries--Russia
12 FD-SAForeign Dignitaries--South Africa
12 FD-SIForeign Dignitaries--Singapore
12 FD-SPForeign Dignitaries--Spain
12 FD-TAForeign Dignitaries--Taiwan
13 FM-CNFamily--Colleen Nunn
13 FM-ENFamily--Elizabeth Nunn
13 FM-GPFamily--Group Photo/Portrait
13 FM-MBFamily--Michelle & Brian Nunn
13 FM-OMFamily--Other Members
13 FM-SNFamily--Samuel A. Nunn, Sr.
14 GM-ALGeorgia Military--Albany (Marine Corps)
14 GM-FBGeorgia Military--Fort Benning
15 GM-KBGeorgia Military--Kings Bay (Navy)
14 GM-MCGeorgia Military--Fort McPherson
15 GM-MOGeorgia Military--Moody Air Force Base
15 GM-NGGeorgia Military--National Guard
15 GM-SSGeorgia Military--Navy Supply Corps School
15 GM-WRGeorgia Military--Robins Air Force Base
16 MC-CAMembers of Congress--Campaign
16 MC-GAMembers of Congress--Georgia Delegation
16 MC-MEMembers of Congress--Members
16 MI-PUMiscellaneous--Publicity
16 PO-70Portraits--1970s
17 PO-70Portraits--1970s
17 PO-80Portraits--1980s
18 PO-80Portraits--1980s
18 PO-88Portraits--Late 1980s
18 PO-90Portraits--1990s
18 PO-MAPortraits--Magazine Portraits
19 PR-BUPresidents--Bush
19 PR-CAPresidents--Carter
19 PR-CLPresidents--Clinton
19 PR-FOPresidents--Ford
20 PR-NIPresidents--Nixon
20 PR-REPresidents--Reagan
20 PS-ABPress--ABC
20 PS-CBPress--CBS
20 PS-CNPress--CNN
20 PS-DIPress--Dialogue with Sam Nunn
21 PS-GAPress--Georgia Media
20 PS-GPPress--General Press
21 PS-NBPress--NBC Meet the Press
21 SA-BIState Activities--Business/Industry
21 SA-CFState Activities--Ceremonies/Festivals
22 SA-CGState Activities--Callaway Gardens Fundraiser
22 SA-FLState Activities--Floods
22 SA-GLState Activities--Georgia Legislature
22 SA-JJState Activities--Jefferson-Jackson Dinner
22 SA-PAState Activities--Parades
22 SA-POState Activities--Political
23 SA-RAState Activities--Retirement Announcement
24 SA-SCState Activities--National Science Center
24 SA-UCState Activities--University/College
24 SE-DESenators--Democrats
24 SE-FOSenators--Fowler
24 SE-GOSenators--Goldwater
24 SE-GPSenators--Groups
24 SE-JASenators--Jackson
24 SE-MASenators--Mattingly
25 SE-RESenators--Republicans
25 SE-STSenators--Stennis
25 SE-TASenators--Talmadge
25 SO-BASam Nunn the Sportsman--Baseball
25 SO-BBSam Nunn the Sportsman--Basketball
25 SO-CASam Nunn the Sportsman--Canoeing
25 SO-FISam Nunn the Sportsman--Fishing
25 SO-GOSam Nunn the Sportsman--Golf
26 SO-HUSam Nunn the Sportsman--Hunting
26 SO-SKSam Nunn the Sportsman--Skiing
26 SO-TESam Nunn the Sportsman--Tennis
26 SP-70Sam Nunn Speaking--1970s
26 SP-80Sam Nunn Speaking--1980s
26 SP-86Sam Nunn Speaking--Middle 1980s
27 SP-88Sam Nunn Speaking-Late 1980s
27 SP-90Sam Nunn Speaking--1990s
27 ST-INStaff--Interns
27 ST-STStaff--Staff
27 TR-ASTrips--Asia
27 TR-CHTrips--China
28 TR-DETrips--Denmark
28 TR-EETrips--Eastern Europe
28 TR-HATrips--Haiti
28 TR-HUTrips--Hungary
28 TR-INTrips--India
28 TR-JATrips--Japan
28 TR-KOTrips--Korea
28 TR-KYTrips--Kyrgyzstan
28 TR-MATrips--Malaysia
28 TR-NITrips--No Information
29 TR-RUTrips--Russia & Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
29 TR-SPTrips--Spain
29 TR-USTrips--USA
30 -------Oversized (Armed Services - "Oversized")
31 -------Oversized ("Oversized" - Trips)

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Subseries 2: Snapshots

BoxSubj CodeTopic
32 G-##Snapshots--1972-1989
33 B-## Snapshots--1990-1996 & additions

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Subseries 3: Slides (RESTRICTED)

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Subseries 4: Photograph Albums (RESTRICTED)

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Subseries 5: Digitized Images

BoxCD #Contents
1 1Senate Photography Studio -- n.d. [possibly a test CD]
1 2Senate Photography Studio -- 1989 September 13 - 1990 May
1 3Senate Photography Studio -- 1990 May - 1990 August
1 4Senate Photography Studio -- 1990 August - 1991 June
1 5Senate Photography Studio -- 1991 June
1 6Senate Photography Studio -- 1991 June - 1992 June
1 7Senate Photography Studio -- 1992 June - 1993 January
1 8Senate Photography Studio -- 1993 January - 1993 June
1 9Senate Photography Studio -- 1993 June - 1994 March
1 10Senate Photography Studio -- 1994 March - 1994 July
1 11Senate Photography Studio -- 1994 July - 1995 February
1 12Senate Photography Studio -- 1995 February - 1995 May
1 13Senate Photography Studio -- 1995 May - 1995 June
1 14Senate Photography Studio -- 1995 June 21 - 1995 August 3
1 15Senate Photography Studio -- 1995 August 8 - 1996 March 21
1 16Senate Photography Studio -- 1996 March 26 - 1996 June 20
1 17Senate Photography Studio -- 1996 June 26 - 1996 October 2
1 18Senate Photography Studio -- 1996 October 2 - 1996 November 13
1 19Museum of Aviation (images created as part of exhibit preparation in 1996)

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Subseries 6: Negatives (RESTRICTED)

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Series 5. Political Cartoons
1972-1996
2 Linear feet

Scope and Content Note

These political cartoons were collected by Senator Nunn's press section. Many are original artwork sent to Senator Nunn by the artists. Some are prints or photocopies. Most are inscribed by the artists. Senator Nunn displayed many of these cartoons on the walls of his Senate office.

Cliff Baldowski (Baldy), R. David Boyd, Clyde Wells, and Gene Basset provided the majority of the cartoons.

Organization Note

Cartoons are organized by size. Within each size category, they are arranged by date.

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Container list

Small format cartoons

Box #Description
1n.d., Burnett, Lou, "Contrary to popular belief, Uncle Sam's last name wasn't Nunn!"
11972, Boyd, R. David, "Multiple choice: Nunn of the above"
11973, Boyd, R. David, "Prize catch" [Senate Armed Services Commitee]
11976, Boyd, R. David, "Sam Nunn -- second to None"
11978, Boyd, R. David, "Keep an ear up for the sudden rush of tortoise feet"
11979, Boyd, R. David, "Et tu, Sam?"
11979, Boyd, R. David, "Gotten tough in Washington"
11980, Boyd, R. David, "The recruit--make America strong again"
11984 January 27, [Zeerow?], "I honestly feel more comfortable riding that big fella"
11984 July 5, Boyd, R. David, "Now that I have your attention..."
11985 May 25, Scrawls, "You've been playing showdown with Sam Nunn, haven't you...?!"
11985 May 26, Morgan, Mike, "What are the chances of 100 MX missiles in old minuteman silos surviving a prolongued attack?"
11985 June 22, Morgan, Mike, "Senator Nunn's proposal to force our North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies to strengthen their conventional defenses..."
11985 June 23, Wells, Clyde, "Georgia's 1986 Senate race warms up..."
11986, Boyd, R. David, "It's all over, Wyche. You can let go now..."
11987, Asay, Chuck, "The graceful exit competition"
11987, Marlette, Doug, "Senator, do you have any plans to run for president?"
11987 August 19, Brookins, Gary, "Lake Campaign, Democratic presidential contenders swim meet"
11988, Capple, "Iran-Contra Affair"
11988 January 8, Boyd, R. David, "Hey, Sam, Sam Nunn. Don't try to stop me. I've made up my mind. It's really better this way." [retirement]
11989 April 3, Wagner, Fred, "They asked to see the distinguished Senator, so I sent them down the hall to Sam Nunn's office"
11995, Payne, Howard, "Foom!--Senate democrats" [retirement]
11995, Payne, Howard, "The heck with this..." [retirement]
11995, Powell, Jim, "Future plans"
11995, Powell, Jim, "I guess they heard Sam Nunn's announcement..."
11995, Powell, Jim, "Look! Nunn twitched! Do you think that means he's going to run?"
11995, Powell, Jim, "Senate qualifying candidates I'd like to announce that I am not..."
11995, Brookins, Gary, "Gone with the wind"
11995 October 10, Pett, Joel W., "I'm sorry...Slim and Nunn both left town!"
11995 October 11, Cammuso, Frank, "Fine! Go ahead! Leave!"

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Large format cartoons

Box #Description
2n.d., Asay, Chuck, "A defense second to Nunn"
2n.d., Baldowski, Cliff (Baldy), "Because it won't fly without it! -- Nixon Soviet trip -- U.S. military strength in Europe"
2n.d., Baldowski, Cliff (Baldy), "Can you get on now or shall we come back and pick you up later?"
2n.d., Baldowski, Cliff (Baldy), "Gosh a'mighty, Sam, how come you don't think the country is ready for a good old Georgia boy as President yet?"
2n.d., Baldowski, Cliff (Baldy), "Herman, you can't go messing up an old established tradition!"
2n.d., Baldowski, Cliff (Baldy), "Hot air gym"
2n.d., Baldowski, Cliff (Baldy), "I can lick any man in the ... eh ... House!?"
2n.d., Baldowski, Cliff (Baldy), "That's more like it!"
2n.d., Baldowski, Cliff (Baldy), "We can't take this in stride! Soviet arms pace"
2n.d., Wells, Clyde, "Political translation?"
21972, Baldowski, Cliff (Baldy), "Strange ... but wonderful!"
21972, Wells, Clyde, "As I was going up the stair..."
21972, Wells, Clyde, "Dullsville! ... '72 GA Senate race"
21972, Wells, Clyde, "Lester's Senate race"
21972, Wells, Clyde, "Lightening the load!"
21972 October 29, Wells, Clyde, "He'll endorse me..."
21978, Baldowski, Cliff (Baldy), "Well ... who's ready to deal with the here and now?"
21978, Wells, Clyde, "Canal treaties--public opinion"
21980 January 20, Trudeau, Garry, [Defense budget]
31985, Basset, Gene, "Joint chiefs of staff react to the Nunn-Goldwater reforms"
31985, Block, Herbert Lawrence, "What do they mean we're not combat ready?"
31985 August 3, Hogan, "Congressional bakery" [budget]
31985 September 5, Hogan, "Humpty Dumpty made a great omelet"
31986 August 14, Dodd and Elrod, [Mark Trail]
31986 November 1, Wells, Clyde, "Well, that was quite a debate between Mattingly and Fowler wasn't it? Did it help you decide who to vote for?" "Yes ... Sam Nunn"
31987, Block, Herbert Lawrence, "Administration broad interpretation of ABM Treaty"
31987, Stamaty, Mark Alan, "One day the Democratic presidential candidates had a debate"
31987, Warlick, Calvin A., "What the Democratic Party needs is a Hero -- Crocodile Nunn (D)"
31987 January 8, Basset, Gene, "No, I haven't decided. This is my exploratory committee to see if I need an exploratory committee!"
31987 February 24, Basset, Gene, "Waiting for Nunn to run"
31987 February 24, Gorrell, Bob, "Star Wars ... Early deployment ... Oh, dear, you better consult your friend"
31987 March 3, Basset, Gene, "You're right Robb ... there is a slight resemblance to our moderate and wise Dick Gephardt"
31987 March 18, Basset, Gene, "S-T-A-R W-A-R-S"
31987 May 14, Wells, Clyde, "Presidential candidacy plunge position of Sam Nunn"
31987 July 22, Basset, Gene, "Pass the word ... we detect some movement towards running"
31987 July 22, Basset, Gene, "Sam, the suspense is killing us"
31987 August 10, Wells, Clyde, "Sam Nunn's latest presidential plunge position"
31987 August 11, Basset, Gene, "You might say I'm getting closer to a decision"
31987 August 30, Brookins, Gary, "Closed for good" [Nunn's station]
31987 September 1, Wells, Clyde, "Sam! Wait! What'll I tell the dwarfs?!?"
31995, Deering, John, "I'm leaving the order." "No more Nunn?"
31995, Larrick, "Oh, Sam--Not you too!! - Nunn won't seek another term"
31995, Margulies, Jimmy, "It doesn't look good, ma'am ... We've downgraded his condition from 'critical' to 'Senate Democrat' "
31995, Wells, Clyde, "It's getting lonely at the bottom. -- Nunn is 8th Dem. Senator to retire"
31995 October 9, Plante, Bruce, "Uh-oh! There goes our center!"
31995 October 9, Streeter, Mark, "The verdict is announced"
31995 October 10, Streeter, Mark, [filling Nunn's shoes]

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Oversize and framed cartoons

Box #Description
4n.d., Baldowski, Cliff (Baldy), "Thanks for keeping yours when so many are losing theirs!" [defense budget]
4n.d., Baldowski, Cliff (Baldy), "This is more like it!"

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Series 6. Press Releases
1972-1996
31 boxes (ca. 10 linear feet)

Access Restrictions

Published materials, public statements and other previously released materials may be used by researchers. Any correspondence, memos, release drafts, and other materials not publicly released are restricted. The press releases currently available to researchers have been digitized and are available through this web site. (Click on any underlined release to retrieve it.)

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of press releases and associated background and research material. These files were maintained in the Press section by press secretaries (Roland McElroy, Ed Nagy, Scott Maxwell, Scott Williams and Cathy O'Brien). The files contain copies of press releases, drafts of press statements, some scheduling information, and, in several instances, transcripts of press interviews or other working notes. The press release files are a good source of scheduling information for the Senator's early years in office, because his public appearances and committee hearings were usually announced through a press release. These files also chronicle the military projects affecting Georgia in which Senator Nunn was involved.

The press release files, especially in the earlier days under Roland McElroy, appear to have been the primary file, where most documents were filed. For example, the press release files contain some of the most extensive information on Senator Nunn's position on the conflict in Vietnam, including a trip report from Senator Nunn's own visit to Vietnam.

Several speech files were removed from the press release file and refiled in the speech file prior to sending them to Emory.

Organization Note

Organized into four subseries: 1) First term, 1972-1978, 2) Second term, 1979-1984, 3) Third term, 1985-1990, and Fourth term, 1991-1996.

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Subseries 1. First Term
1972-1978
11 boxes (ca. 4 linear feet)

Container list

BoxFolderContents
1 1 1972 December 08 - Hearst Scholarship Winner, Welcome
1 2 1973 January 04 - Nunn Sworn In
1 3 1973 January 04 - Feldman Joins Staff
1 4 1973 January 04 - End of the War Resolution, Democratic Caucus
1 5 1973 January 09 - Nunn Sponsors Resolution for Reconfirmation of Judges
1 6 1973 January 18 - The War Powers Act
1 7 1973 January 19 - Nunn TV Appearances
1 8 1973 January 23 - Senator Sam Nunn's Maiden Address: the Expenditure Control Act of 1973
1 9 1973 January 26 - Nunn Cosponsors Impoundment Bill
1 10 1973 January 00 - Nunn Says No to North Vietnam Reparations
1 11 1973 January 26 - Senator Sam Nunn's Maiden Address: the Expenditure Control Act of 1973
1 12 1973 January 31 - Remarks on President Nixon's Freeze on Funds for REA Rural Electric Administration), REAP (Rural Environmental Assistance Program), FHA (Farmers Home Administration)
1 13 1973 February 02 - Cobb County Speech on Budget Reforms
1 14 1973 February 06 - Nunn Appointed Subcommittee Chairman
1 15 1973 February 08 - 13-Senator Freshman Class Appeals for Immediate Budget Hearings
1 16 1973 February 08 - Co-sponsor of Eastland's Seafood Resolution
1 17 1973 February 12 - Runaway Fathers Bill
1 18 1973 February 23 - Nunn Says No to Reparations to North Vietnam
1 19 1973 February 27 - Nunn Co-sponsors Amendment to Prohibit Forced Busing
1 20 1973 February 28 - Nunn Supports Postal Investigation
1 21 1973 March 02 - Speaking Schedule for Senator Sam Nunn in Georgia, March 2-10, 1973
1 22 1973 March 05 - Paperwork Burden on Small Business
1 23 1973 March 05 - Address Before General Assembly
1 24 1973 March 07 - Nunn Legislation on Reducing Paperwork Burden
1 25 1973 March 07 - Subcommittee on Budgeting Management and Expenditure
1 26 1973 March 12 - Nunn Against Most Favored Nation Status for Russia
1 27 1973 March 14 - Remarks Before Budgetary Reform Joint Committee
1 28 1973 March 16 - Volunteer Army, Remarks Against
1 29 1973 March 22 - Talmadge and Nunn on User Fees for Corps of Engineers
1 30 1973 May 24 - Respect National Security and Praising CIA for Resisting Involvement In Watergate Cover-Up, Nunn Statement
1 31 1973 March 28 - Nunn and Richardson Discuss Robins Air Force Base
1 32 1973 March 30 - Crime Statement, Georgia Figures and Anti-Crime Bill
1 33 1973 April 05 - Byrd Amendment to Bar Funds to North Vietnam
1 34 1973 April 11 - Statement for Judiciary on Anti-Busing Amendment
1 35 1973 April 13 - Press Ready News Releases, Co-sponsorship of Prohibition of Forced Busing and Protest of Recreational Fees
1 36 1973 April 13 - Nunn Sponsors Congressional Budgetary Procedures Act (empty)
1 37 1973 April 18 - Statement Following Announcement of Cutbacks At Military Installations In Georgia
1 38 1973 May 08 - Chattahoochee River Recreational Area
1 39 1973 May 14 - Budget Control Committee Praises Nunn's Suggestions
1 40 1973 May 21 - Hearings in Atlanta Concerning Federal Drug Enforcement
1 41 1973 May 31 - Statement Following Vote to Cut Off Funds for Bombing In Cambodia
1 42 1973 June 01 - Opening Statement at Subcommittee on Reorganization, Research, and International Organizations Hearing on Reorganization Plan No. 2
1 43 1973 June 06 - Announcements of Interns, Summer Senate Intern Program
1 44 1973 June 08 - Nunn Commending Senator Talmadge's Farm Bill from Floor
1 45 1973 June 09 - Nunn Addresses Georgia Tech Commencement
1 46 1973 June 13 - Nunn Announces Statewide Tour
1 47 1973 June 14 - Nunn Announces Interns for Summer Senate Intern Program
1 48 1973 June 18 - Speaking Schedule for Sam Nunn, June 25-July 4, 1973; January 25-26, 1974
1 49 1973 June 25 - Energy Crisis, Georgia Forestry Association
1 50 1973 June 25 - Welfare Reform, GMA (Georgia Municipal Association)
1 51 1973 June 27 - Welfare Reform, AFDC (Aid to Families with Dependent Children)
1 52 1973 June 30 - Nunn Speech at Warner Robins Air Force Base Concerning Defense Budget
1 53 1973 August 06 - Nunn's August Tour
1 54 1973 July 18 - Georgia Public Forum Tour
1 55 1973 July 19 - Statement on Phase IV, Price Freezing
1 56 1973 July 23 - Regional Media--August Tour
1 57 1973 July 26 - Ervin Appoints Nunn to Chair Government Operations Hearings
1 58 1973 - Statement on Muskie-Baker Amendment to Highway Act
1 59 1973 July 27 - Users Fee Bill Goes to President
1 60 1973 July 30 - Statement of Senators Talmage, Nunn, and Congressman Ginn on GLYNCO (Glynn County) Naval Air Station
1 61 1973 July 30 - Nunn Concerned That MIA's May Be Forgotten
1 62 1973 July 31 - Nunn Opposes Congressional Pay Raise
2 63 1973 August 03 - Jackson/Nunn NATO Statement, Equitable Burden-Sharing
2 64 1973 August 03 - Nunn Contributes to Manpower Report, Volunteer Army
2 65 1973 August 06 - Nunn Opens Georgia Office in Atlanta
2 66 1973 September 11 - Opening Statement on Government Operations, Small Business Paperwork Burden and Automobile Use
2 67 1973 September 11 - Chair Hearings on Small Business
2 68 1973 September 14 - Wilson Municipal Airport Closing, Joint Venture
2 69 1973 September 14 - Paperwork Burden on Small Business
2 70 1973 September 25 - Nunn Statement on Floor on Jackson-Nunn NATO Amendment
2 71 1973 September 25 - Nunn Testimony Before Finance Committee on Runaway Fathers
2 72 1973 September 26 - Deadline Approaching for Academies (empty)
2 73 1973 September 27 - Nunn Addresses Senate on Manpower Commission
2 74 1973 September 27 - Nunn-Talmadge Introduce Silicone Carbide
2 75 1973 September 28 - Nunn-Jackson Unlimited Military Credit to Israel Extended
2 76 1973 October 01 - Nunn-Jackson Amendment Passes (empty)
2 77 1973 October 05 - Armed Services to Hold Hearings on Silicon Carbide
2 78 1973 October 06 - Nunn Addresses Democratic Fundraiser In Gainesville
2 79 1973 October 10 - Nunn Announces Passage of Silicon Carbide Bill
2 80 1973 October 10 - Nunn Statement on Middle East Hostilities
2 81 1973 October 10 - Nunn Reaction to Agnew Resignation
2 82 1973 October 11 - Trotters Shoal Dam Renamed Richard Russell
2 83 1973 October 13 - Nunn Defends Marine Plans At Albany
2 84 1973 October 16 - Speech Schedule: Senator Nunn, October 16-31
2 85 1973 October 17 - Nunn-Ash Paperwork Burden Amendment
2 86 1973 October 18 - Mercer Medical School Fundraising
2 87 1973 October 18 - Speech Text News Release, William Few Reinterment and Bainbrigde Sesquicentennial
2 88 1973 October 19 - Release on Military Corps Supply Activity Move from Philadelphia to Albany
2 89 1973 October 24 - Letter to George Shultz on General Revenue Sharing Funds
2 90 1973 October 30 - Statement of Senator Nunn Regarding the Proposed Relocation of the Marine Corps Supply Activity from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Albany, Georgia
2 91 1973 October 30 - Nunn Statement on NATO, Adoption of Agreement for Equitable Burden-sharing of Military in Europe
2 92 1973 November 08 - Budget Reform Legislation Reported out of Senate Commitee on Government Operations
2 93 1973 November 08 - Reaction to Nixon Emergency Message
2 94 1973 November 09 - C5-A Performance In Mid-East and Lockheed, Airlift Operations
2 95 1973 November 09 - Nunn Alerts Nations of U.S. Strength In Spite of Domestic Discord
2 96 1973 November 10 - Farm Bureau Address
2 97 1973 November 14 - AVSCOM (Army Aviation Systems Command) Statement, Move from St. Louis to Savannah
2 98 1973 November 15 - Nunn Letter to Army Secretary Callaway Concerning the Construction of a Richard Russell Wing for the Army Museum
2 99 1973 November 15 - Nunn Amendment to Energy Bill, Statement
2 100 1973 November 16 - Nunn Amendment to Energy Emergency Act
2 101 1973 November 21 - Thanksgiving Message
2 102 1973 November 21 - Subcommitee Hearings on Small Business, Fuel Allocation
2 103 1973 November 26 - Small Business Hearings and Witnesses
2 104 1973 November 26 - Long Commends Nunn on Child Support
2 105 1973 November 30 - Nunn Floor Remarks on Passage of Child Support
2 106 1973 November 30 - Nunn Statement At the End of Fuel Allocation Hearings
2 107 1973 December 03 - Nunn Child Support Provision Passes
2 108 1973 December 01 - Nunn Concludes Hearings on Fuel Allocation, Special to Georgia Media
2 109 1973 00 00 - Statement on Vote to Sustain President's Veto of Vocational Rehabilitation
3 110 1974 January 15 - Energy Information Act
3 111 1974 January 15 - Nunn Georgia Schedule (empty)
3 112 1974 January 23 - Reduce Paperwork Burden of Small Businesses
3 113 1974 January 23 - Nunn-Talmadge on Gulf Oil
3 114 1974 January 23 - Nunn-McIntyre Amendment
3 115 1974 January 25 - Nunn asks Inquiry of Propane Gas Prices
3 116 1974 January 28 - Future of Hunter Stewart Complex
3 117 1974 January 28 - Nunn on Daylight Savings Repeal
3 118 1974 February 00 - Nominations for Service Academies
3 119 1974 February 05 - Trip to NATO Nations
3 120 1974 March 00 - Budget Reform, Speech Excerpts
3 121 1974 March 00 - Nunn Describes Budget Reform
3 122 1974 March 00 - Budget Reform Mini-Letter
3 123 1974 March 05 - Small Business Loans
3 124 1974 March 06 - Small Business Energy Amendment
3 125 1974 March 12 - Nunn Supports Death Penalty
3 126 1974 March 15 - Schedule, March 15-18
3 127 1974 March 19 - Budget Floor Speech
3 128 1974 March 20 - Budget Resolution
3 129 1974 March 21 - Trigger Amendment
3 130 1974 March 21 - Budget Amendments Pass Senate
3 131 1974 March 21 - Nunn Budget Reform Amendments
3 132 1974 March 26 - Federal Paperwork Burden
3 133 1974 March 29 - Nunn Appointed to PSI (Permanent Investigations Subcommittee)
3 134 1974 April - Propane Mini-Letter, Gas Prices
3 135 1974 April 02 - NATO Report Concerning Adoption on Nunn Amendments
3 136 1974 April 04 - Air Force Manpower-National Guard, Includes Nunn Notes
3 137 1974 April 24 - Nunn/Talmadge Support Richard B. Russell Dam Appropriations
3 138 1974 May 01 - No-Fault Insurance, Automobile
3 139 1974 May 09 - U.S.-Latin American Seminars
3 140 1974 May 15 - Anti-Bussing Statement, Co-sponsorship of S. 1539
3 141 1974 May 17 - Airlift Amendments to Military Procurement Bill
3 142 1974 May 17 - NATO Amendments to Military Procurement Bill, Fiscal Year 1975
3 143 1974 May 23 - Nunn Georgia Schedule - TV Schedule, May
3 144 1974 May 25 - Bell Pioneers, Praise for Community Service
3 145 1974 June 03 - Nunn Speaks on NATO Amendment, Military Procurement Bill
3 146 1974 June 04 - Air Force Generals Nominated to Top Staff positions
3 147 1974 June 20 - American Technology Flow to Russia, Nunn Against
3 148 1974 June 20 - $1 Million Refund-Propane
3 149 1974 June 21 - Post Article by Steven Rosenfeld, "Senator Nunn's NATO Maneuver"
3 150 1974 June 23 - Veterans Checklist-7th District American Legion, Benefits
3 151 1974 July 10 - Nunn Says Division for Ft. Stewart, Reactivation
3 152 1974 July 11 - 3 Part Economy Series to Weekly Papers
3 153 1974 July 12 - Nunn Pushes Repeal of DST (Daylight Savings Time)
3 154 1974 July 18 - Economic Summit Conference
3 155 1974 July 18 - C-130's to Savannah Air National Guard
3 156 1974 July 23 - Nunn Calls for Economic Summit
3 157 1974 July 24 - GAO (Georgia Accounting Office) Report on East Central Committee for Opportunity
3 158 1974 July 29 - Augusta College Land Transfer Bill
3 159 1974 July 31 - Nunn Named Manpower Chairman, Armed Services
3 160 1974 August - Nixon Resignation Statement
3 161 1974 August 01 - TV Show on Ft. Stewart, Bo Callaway (Secretary of Army)
3 162 1974 August 02 - RBR (Richard B. Russell) DAM & Lake Funds Approved
3 163 1974 August 13 - President Calls for Economic Summit
3 164 1974 August 14 - Opening Statement: Manpower Subcommittee, Military Media
3 165 1974 August 16 - DST (Daylight Savings Time) Repealed during Winter
3 166 1974 August 30 - CBS Reports on September 6 Network
3 167 1974 September - AMNESTY, Misgivings
3 168 1974 September - Statement by Nunn on Associated Press Story Regarding Earmarking
3 169 1974 September 09 - Pay Raise, Federal Employees
3 170 1974 September 09 - THE PARDON, Nunn's Reaction
3 171 1974 September 20 - Press Release-Warner Robins "Ease Monetary Rest"
3 172 1974 September 21 - Atlanta Productivity
3 173 1974 September 26 - Coordination needed at Summit Conference, Floor Statement
4 174 1974 October 02 - Service Academy Nominations
4 175 1974 October 08 - Tax Incentive
4 176 1974 October 08 - Productivity, Promo
4 177 1974 October 08 - Nunn on Ford Address to Congress
4 178 1974 October 09 - Georgia Firms Testify on Fiber Shortages
4 179 1974 October 10 - Productivity Act
4 180 1974 October 11 - Nunn to Chair Productivity Hearings
4 181 1974 October 13 - GAO (Georgia Accounting Office), Recruiting Malpractices
4 182 1974 October 17 - Judicial Tenure Act
4 183 1974 October 17 - Railroad Veto-override Position
4 184 1974 October 29 - Opening Statement-Chattahoochee Hearings
4 185 1974 November 05 - Farm/Retail Price Spread, Nunn Wants Investigation
4 186 1974 November 26 - Nunn Wants Canadian Oil Tax Lowered
4 187 1974 December 00 - The Rockefeller Vote, Support for Vice President
4 189 1974 December 00 - Revising Military Pay
4 190 1974 December - Crude Oil Newsletter
4 191 1974 December 18 - Nunn Wants $3.6 Billion Budget Cut
4 192 1974 December 18 - Nunn Wants $3.6 Billion Cut
4 193 1974 December 19 - Nunn Urges Approval of Runaway Fathers
4 194 1974 December 20 - Military Construction Appropriations Approved
4 195 1974 December 20 - Nunn to Southeast Asia
4 196 1975 January 23 - GAB-Radio/TV-Institute, Athens
4 197 1975 January 24 - Nunn Critiques Ford's Energy-Economy Program
4 198 1975 February - Ft. Valley Disaster
4 199 1975 February 03 - Tifton Breakfast - Nunn Critiques Ford Energy-Economy Program
4 200 1975 February 07 - Legislation Setting Aside 48-Mile Stretch of Chattahoochee
4 201 1975 February 07 - Chattahoochee River, Bill Reintroduced
4 202 1975 February 12 - Vietnam Report, to Commitee on Armed Services
4 203 1975 February 19 - Oil Tariff Vote, Nunn's Floor Remarks
4 204 1975 February 20 - Fiscal Year 1976 Military Construction Requests
4 205 1975 February 20 - CBS Interview, Bruce Morton
4 206 1975 March - Nunn Reacts to Filibuster Change
4 207 1975 March - Background on Chattahoochee Legislation
4 208 1975 March 04 - Productivity Bill Re-introduced
4 209 1975 March 04 - Budget Committee
4 210 1975 March 04 - Manpower Hearings, Quality of New Recruits
4 211 1975 March 05 - 550 Jobs go at Robins Air Force Base
4 212 1975 March 07 - Judicial Tenure Act
4 213 1975 March 12 - Consumer Protection Agency Act
4 214 1975 March 18 - Subcommittee on Southern Flank, North Atlantic Assembly Military Committee Meeting on Eastern Mediterranean
4 215 1975 March 20 - Bureaucracy Not Complying, Federal bureaucracy Failure; Military Housing Construction at Fort Hunter-Stewart
4 216 1975 March 20 - Butz Causes Peanut Loss, Wasted Surplus
4 217 1975 March 21 - CIA Suffering, Public Disclosure Issues
4 218 1975 March 31 - Nunn Comments on Tax Bill
5 219 1975 April 04 - Mirex Program Suspended, Fire Ant Control
5 220 1975 April 07 - Civil Service Computer Center to Macon
5 221 1975 April 09 - LETC (Law Enforcement Training Center) Hearings Set on Glynn County (GLYNCO)
5 222 1975 April 11 - Vietnam Aid, React to President's Request
5 223 1975 April 16 - Energy Conversation, Gov't Operations Hearings-Oversight
5 224 1975 April 21 - VIETNAM File, Aid
5 225 1975 April 21 - Statements on Military Aid: Vietnam
5 226 1975 April 21 - First Telephone Hook-Up News Conference
5 227 1975 April 21 - Floor Statement by Senator Nunn on Additional Military Assistance to South Vietnam
5 228 1975 April 23 - Statement by U.S. Senator Sam Nunn on Vietnam Aid
5 229 1975 April 23 - Vietnam Aid Statement #2
5 230 1975 April 28 - Vietnam Refugees, Request for South East Asia Treaty Organization Assistance
5 231 1975 April 28 - Text of Letter to President Ford & Secretary Kissinger on Vietnam Refugee Situation
5 232 1975 April 29 - Nunn Urges SEATO (South East Asia Treaty Organization) Assistance
5 233 1975 May 03 - U.S. Faces Possible Test by Adversaries, Foreign Relations Following Loss of War
5 234 1975 May 12 - Statement on Capture of American Cargo Ship
5 235 1975 May 12 - Grant for Bryan County Schools
5 236 1975 May 14 - Statement on Sinking of Cambodian Ships
5 237 1975 May 15 - Statement on the Recovery of the Mayaguez
5 238 1975 May 16 - Joint Press Release on Consolidated Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
5 239 1975 May 21 - Productivity "Downward Slide"
5 240 1975 May 22 - NATO - Present and Future
5 241 1975 May 22 - Air Force Allocates Funds for RBR (Richard B. Russell) Parkway
5 242 1975 May 23 - Nunn Urges Conservation Funds, Budget of Energy Research and Development Administration
5 243 1975 May 30 - C-144 Stretch Background, Modification to Increase Cargo Capacity
5 244 1975 May 30 - C-141 "Stretch" Contract, Aircraft Cargo Enlargement
5 245 1975 June 03 - Overseas Troop Levels and Reserve Components
5 246 1975 June 03 - Floor Statement-Military Authorization Bill
5 247 1975 June 03 - U.S. Must Maintain Strong Conventional Defense
5 248 1975 June 03 - Nunn Supports 14-16 Division Proposal, Army
5 249 1975 June 04 - Perspective on Defense, Priorities
5 250 1975 June 04 - The Defense Priority Summit
5 251 1975 June 05 - Floor Fight-Military Authorization Bill
5 252 1975 June 10 - Senate Authorizes $126 Million for Military Construction Funds
5 253 1975 June 18 - Lake Lanier Ban Lifted, Floating Dock Facilities Sanctioned
5 254 1975 June 23 - Floor Statement on Defense Departmnet Implementation of Fiscal Year 1975 Strategic Airlift Amendment
5 255 1975 June 26 - Statement on Requests for FBI Assistance Concerning Richmond County Sheriff Department
5 256 1975 June 27 - West Germany Offset Agreement, NATO Negotiations
5 257 1975 June 30 - Nunn Urges National Conservation Program
5 258 1975 June 30 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Air Force Announcement to Locate F-4S at Moody
5 259 1975 July 09 - Nunn Productivity Bill Approved by Committee
5 260 1975 July 09 - Nunn Productivity Bill Approved by Committee
5 261 1975 July 10 - Savannah Battlefield National Memorial
5 262 1975 July 24 - Statement on Voting Rights Act
5 263 1975 July 24 - Release on Bill to Regulate Expenditures at Residences President & Vice President
5 264 1975 July 25 - Statement on Voting Rights Act
5 265 1975 July 31 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Cost-of-Living Increase for Members of Congress
5 266 1975 July 31 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Cost-of-Living Increase for Members of Congress etc.
5 267 1975 August 00 - Floor Speech for Senator Nunn on Budget Resolution
5 268 1975 September 00 - Legislation in which Senator Nunn has a Major Interest, Budget Reform; Government Spending; Small Business
5 269 1975 August 00 - Reduction of Federal Paperwork Burden
5 270 1975 August 04 - Reduction of Federal Paperwork Burden
5 271 1975 August 08 - Nunn Offers Amendments to Strengthen Children's Bill of Rights
5 272 1975 August 16 - Moody Air Force Base Announcement Concerning Personnel, Construction, Goals
6 273 1975 September 04 - Nunn Productivity Bill Passes Senate
6 274 1975 September 04 - Statement by Senator Nunn on National Production & Quality of Working Life Act
6 275 1975 September 04 - Nunn Releases U.S. Marine Report, Personnel Quality
6 276 1975 September 08 - Senate Approves $12 Million for Chattahoochee River
6 277 1975 September 09 - Deadline Approaching for Service Academy Nominations
6 278 1975 September 09 - Army to Officially Activate 24th Division
6 279 1975 September 11 - Hoffman-Nunn Interview
6 280 1975 September 16 - Cut Cost of Producing Shade Grown Tobacco, Nunn/Talmadge
6 281 1975 September 17 - Food Stamp Reform
6 282 1975 September 18 - Statement on Federal Pay Raise
6 283 1975 September 22 - Metcalf, Nunn Plan Paperwork Hearings, Volume Problems
6 284 1975 September 24 - HUD (Housing and Urban Development), FHA (Federal Housing Authority) 235-236 Foreclosure Problem
6 285 1975 September 29 - Military Construction Authorization Approved for Georgia
6 286 1975 September 30 - Energy Conservation Month in Georgia
6 287 1975 October 01 - Tribute to Judge Durward Aultman
6 288 1975 October 07 - Nunn Supports Balanced Budget Proposal
6 289 1975 October 07 - Senator Nunn's Testimony Before Judiciary Subcommittee, Balanced Budget Amendment
6 290 1975 October 10 - Nunn Chairs Hearings on Paperwork Burden
6 291 1975 October 16 - Nunn Announces Moody Construction, Air Force Base
6 292 1975 October 21 - Statement by Senator Nunn on Introducing Stan Scott For Relations Committee
6 293 1975 October 23 - Nunn, Ginn Urge Attendance at Briefing, Procurement and Contracting Procedures
6 294 1975 October 23 - Nunn Urges Restoration of Construction Funds for Fort Benning, Fort Stewart/Hunter
6 295 1975 October 29 - Floor Statement by Senator Nunn on Budget Process-Defense Policy
6 296 1975 October 29 - Senator Nunn's Remarks on Regulatory Reform
6 297 1975 November 03 - Statement by Senator Nunn Regarding Secretary Schlesinger's Possible Dismissal
6 298 1975 November 03 - Statement on Resolution Commending Secretary Schlesinger, on Occasion of his Dismissal
6 299 1975 November 05 - Senate Appropriations Committee Approves Military Construction, Ft. Benning
6 300 1975 November 05 - Senate Appropriations Committee Approves Military Construction, Ft. Stewart-Hunter
6 301 1975 November 07 - Senate Appropriates Military Construction Funds in Georgia
6 302 1975 November 07 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Kennesaw Klogger's
6 303 1975 November 07 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Georgia Day
6 304 1975 November 07 - Statement by Senator Nunn on Georgia Day
6 305 1975 November 12 - Statement by Senator Nunn on TV's Family Viewing Hour
6 306 1975 November 12 - Barracks Restrictions lifted, Construction
6 307 1975 November 12 - Senate Appropriates Military Construction Funds
6 308 1975 November 18 - Excerpts from Floor Statement in Opposition to Eagleton Defense Ceiling Amendment
7 309 1975 November 18 - Floor Statement by Senator Nunn Opposing Eagleton Ceiling Amendment on Defense Appropriation Bill
7 310 1975 November 18 - Senator Nunn's Statement Commending Secretary Schlesinger
7 311 1975 November 18 - Resolution Commending Secretary James R. Schlesinger
7 312 1975 November 19 - Mirex Press Release, Pesticides and Fire Ants
7 313 1975 November 20 - Senator Nunn's Statements on Second Concurrent Resolution on Budget
7 314 1975 November 21 - Nunn Bill Proposes Regulatory Reform
7 315 1975 December 01 - Nunn Productivity Bill Becomes Law
7 316 1975 December 04 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Air Force Cuts at Robins Air Force Base
7 317 1975 December 10 - Navy Decides Not to Close Albany Medical Dispensaries
7 318 1975 December 10 - Nunn continues Investigation of Guaranteed Student Loan Program
7 319 1975 December 12 - Moody Gets Third Fighter Squadron
7 320 1975 December 15 - Nunn Reports on Moody Conversion Status
7 321 1975 December 18 - Statement on Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearm Office in Valdosta
7 322 1976 January 08 - Nunn Releases Report on "Marine Corps manpower quality and force structure"
7 323 1976 January 13 - Navy to Locate Potential Site Submarine Base at Kings Bay, Georgia
7 324 1976 January 16 - New York City Fiscal Crisis Causes 1976 to Become the "Year of the Budget," Toccoa, Georgia Chamber Meeting
7 325 1976 January 17 - Nunn on Leaking Government Secrets, "Shut Up or Be Shut Out," Excerpts from Speech to Milledgeville, Georgia Jaycees
7 326 1976 January 19 - Nunn's Statement on Exclusion of Black Reporter from Milledgeville Country Club
7 327 1976 January 26 - Schlesinger will appear with Nunn, ETV (Educational Television) Network
7 328 1976 January 27 - Senate Passes Reserve Call-Up Bill
7 329 1976 January 30 - Statement on USAF (United States Air Force) Message of Possible Furlough of Air Logistics Command Personnel
7 330 1976 February 01 - Regulatory Reform Hearings Scheduled
7 331 1976 February 05 - Department of Defense Submits Fiscal Year 1977 Military Construction Request, Including Release Add-Ons for Columbus and Savannah, Statement of Congressman Bo Ginn
7 332 1976 February 06 - Miscellaneous Statements, Comments by Nunn on Influence of Correspondence from Constituents
7 333 1976 February 06 - Nunn Sets Witnesses for Atlanta Hearings on Federal Regulations, Including Individual Statements for Each Witness and List of All Witnesses
7 334 1976 February 06 - Nunn Supports Zero-based Federal Budget, Not Released, Given to Legislature as an Insert
7 335 1976 February 11 - Air Force Suspends Furlough Planning
7 336 1976 February 18 - Nunn Testifies on Bill to Discipline Federal Judges
7 337 1976 February 23 - Illegal Campaign Contributions from Major Oil Companies Denied in Nunn's Statement, UPI Story
7 338 1976 February 25 - Treasury Secretary Simon to Appear on "Dialog w/ Nunn"
7 339 1976 February 25 - Statement on Carter Victory in New Hampshire Primary
7 340 1976 March 04 - Nunn Introduces Bill to Reduce Federal Paperwork
7 341 1976 March 07 - Simon to Appear with Nunn on Georgia Television
7 342 1976 March 12 - Army Testifies on One Station Unit Training
7 343 1976 March 16 - Army Completes Benning Study on Training Options
7 344 1976 March 17 - Infantry OSUT (One Station Unit Training) Results
7 345 1976 March 18 - Nunn Requests Funds for OSUT (One Station Unit Training) at Fort Benning
7 346 1976 March 22 - Joint Hearings on Military Equipment Standardization for NATO, Issued from Nunn and McIntyre
7 347 1976 March 26 - Statement to WMAZ-TV on Macon Bypass Highway Signs
7 348 1976 March 29 -Bicentennial Thoughts for Mutual Broadcasting
7 349 1976 March 30 - Nunn-Percy Propose Reforms in Student Loan Program
7 350 1976 March 31 -Standardization is NATO Challenge
7 351 1976 April 01 - Composite Oversite Panel Release
7 352 1976 April 05 - United States vs. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Military Balance
7 353 1976 April 08 - Nunn Plans US Marine Investigation
7 354 1976 April 14 - Hearings on Paperwork Review and Limitation Act
7 355 1976 April 23 - Former CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) director Colby Guest on "Dialog w/ Nunn"
7 356 1976 April 27 - Colby Against Releasing United States Intelligence Budget
7 357 1976 April 27 - Statement by Colleen Nunn on Mental Health
7 358 1976 April 29 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Jimmy Carter
8 359 1976 May 02 - Nunn and Colby to Appear on Georgia TV
8 360 1976 May 17 -Future for Fort Stewart-Hunter Bright
8 361 1976 May 20 - Nunn Amendment to Require Full Senate Approval to Disclose Secrets
8 362 1976 May 21 - Nunn Announces New Test Program for Moody
8 363 1976 May 21 - Ft. Stewart - 2nd Brigade Activated
8 364 1976 May 24 - Nunns Chairs Hearings on Regulatory Reform
8 365 1976 May 24 - Release of Nunn's Memorial Recess Visits
8 366 1976 May 24 - Nunn Addresses Spiraling Military Manpower Costs
8 367 1976 May 26 - Marine Corps Quality, Nunn Opposition to Bartlett Amendment
8 368 1976 June 02 - Nunn and Matthews on ETV (Educational Television) Tonight
8 369 1976 June 03 - Statement by Senator Nunn on Congressman Wayne Hayes
8 370 1976 June 03 - Interior Committee Approves $7 Million for Chattahoochee River
8 371 1976 June 10 - Nunn Announces West Point Hearings, Cheating/Violations of Honor Code
8 372 1976 June 11 - Severance Pay, Life Insurance plan of Teamsters
8 373 1976 June 15 - Joint Release on Improvements to Savannah Harbor
8 374 1976 June 17 - Academy Hearings, Manpower and Personnel
8 375 1976 June 22 - OSUT (One Station Unit Training) Funding Approved
8 376 1976 June 23 - Statement Congratulating WSAV on New Facilities
8 377 1976 June 28 - Nunn's Statement on Bicentennial
8 378 1976 June 28 - West Point Hearings, Manpower and Personnel
8 379 1976 June 29 - Okefenokee Funds Approved
8 380 1976 July 02 - "May the Best Tank Win", NATO Standardization
8 381 1976 July 02 - Manpower Initiatives To Save $4 Billion
8 382 1976 July 02 - $65 Million in Military Construction for Georgia
8 383 1976 July 14 - 8th Congressional District Campaign
8 384 1976 July 14 - Statement on CAB Decision to Award International Air Route to Atlanta
8 385 1976 July 18 - Report Filed Criticizing DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration)
8 386 1976 July 21 - Nunn Introduces Legislation to Create Office of Inspector General for HEW (Department of Health, Education, and Welfare)
8 387 1976 July 21 - Hearings on Federal Narcotics Enforcement Scheduled
8 388 1976 July 22 - Nunn Releases GAO (Georgia Accounting Office) Report on Marine Recruiting
8 389 1976 July 22 - Statement on Veto of Military Construction Authorization
8 390 1976 July 23 - Statement by Senator Nunn on Gulf Oil Matter
8 391 1976 July 29 - No National Health Insurance Program - Must Manage Present System First
8 392 1976 August 02 - Dialogue Program - Nunn and Bensinger Discuss Drug Abuse
8 393 1976 August 04 - Nunn in Response to Questions from Macon Telegraph
8 394 1976 August 05 - "Sunset" Bill Approved by Senate Committee
8 395 1976 August 05 - Senators Urge Congress to Eliminate Unnecessary Paperwork
8 396 1976 August 05 - West Point Hearings, Continuation on Cheating Incident
8 397 1976 August 09 - West Point Cheating Scandal
8 398 1976 August 16 - DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) Adminstrator Bensinger Lead-Off Witness In Narcotics Enforcement Hearing
8 399 1976 August 23 - Secretary of Army Hoffman to Make Announcement Concerning West Point and Cheating Scandal
8 400 1976 August 24 - Nunn-Percy Request OMB (Office of Management and Budget) to Explain Censorship
8 401 1976 August 24 - Mansfield and Nunn to Appear on ETV (Educational Television)
8 402 1976 August 26 - Restoration of $500 million in Wastewater Treatment Funds to the Pending Public Works bill
8 403 1976 August 27 - Senator Nunn's Statement on West Point, charges of "Intimidation & Blackmail"
8 404 1976 August 27 - Senate Adopts Stiff Penalties for Federal Student Loan Abuse
8 405 1976 August 30 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Father Curley's Telegram, Concerning West Point
8 406 1976 August 31 - Nunn Statement on Conferees' Action on Mercer
8 407 1976 September 02 - Crackdown on Major Drug Dealers & Senator Nunn's Statement on Federal Narcotic Enforcement
8 408 1976 September 08 - Statement of Senator Sam Nunn on Affidavits Relating to West Point Cadets
8 409 1976 September 10 - Statement on PSI (Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations) Probe into Drug Abuse in Georgia & Other States
8 410 1976 September 10 - Senate Approves $700 Million for Talmadge-Nunn Wastewater Treatment Amendment
8 411 1976 September 11 - Conventional Defense of Europe in Question
8 412 1976 September 14 - Talmadge/Nunn Release on Suicides at Ft. Benning
8 413 1976 September 21 - Senator Nunn's Statement on National Hunting and Fishing Day
8 414 1976 September 22 - Senate Investigations Subcommittee to Transmit Allegations on Members of Congress to Justice
8 415 1976 September 23 - Long and Nunn to Appear on ETV (Educational Television)
8 416 1976 September 29 - Joint Nunn-Percy Release on Investigation into Medicaid, HEW (Office of Health, Education, and Welfare)
8 417 1976 September 29 - Senator Nunn's Congratulatory Message to WGGA
8 418 1976 September 29 - Nunn Calls for New Department of Education
8 419 1976 September 30 - Presidential Protection Limitation Pass
8 420 1976 September 30 - Inspector General Bill Passes
8 421 1976 September 30 - Senator Nunn Recieves "Guardian of Small Business" Award
8 422 1976 October 04 - Senate Passes Resolution Urging More Realistic Bail for Major Drug Traffickers
8 423 1976 October 07 - Nunn Supports Balanced Budget Proposal (empty)
8 424 1976 October 08 - Nunn Praises DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) Crackdown on Illicit Heroin Trade
8 425 1976 October 20 - Federal buildings in Jasper & Athens Named for Congressmen Landrum and Stephens
8 426 1976 October 25 - Nunn "Dialogue" TV program to Host Harold Hughes
8 427 1976 October 26 - Senators Nunn & Bartlett to Conduct 2 Week Survey of NATO
9 428 1976 November 03 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Jimmy Carter Victory
9 429 1976 November 15 - Senators Nunn & Bartlett Statement on Completion of NATO Trip
9 430 1976 December 01 - Nunn Optimistic on Passage of Law to Discipline Unfit Judges
9 431 1976 December 01 - Nunn Urges Carter to Hold "Fireside Chat" on Energy
9 432 1976 December 01 - Kings Bay Identified as Preferred Site, Navy Construction
9 433 1976 December 01 - Glynn County Expansion Announced
9 434 1976 December 05 - HEW (Health, Education, Welfare) Inspector General Key Carter Apointment
9 435 1976 December 08 - Army Supports OSUT (One Station Unit Training) at Fort Benning
9 436 1976 December 14 - Nunn Releases GAO (General Accounting Office) Medicaid Study
9 437 1977 January 08 - General Statements on Mineral Dependency Alarming
9 438 1977 January 08 - Mineral Dependency Alarming
9 439 1977 January 10 - PSI (Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations) Hearings on Illegal Traffic of Weapons etc., into Mexico
9 440 1977 January 11 - Inauguration Day "Coffee" Hosted by Talmadge & Nunn
9 441 1977 January 12 - PSI (Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations) Hearings on Arms for Drugs
9 442 1977 January 13 - Remarks by Senator Nunn at Completion of Public Opinion Portion of Hearings, Narcotics and Weapons
9 443 1977 January 14 - Joint Talmadge-Nunn-Busbee Release in Urging Energy Conservation
9 444 1977 January 19 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Gas Deregulation
9 445 1977 January 20 - Joint Release on Battle to Reduce Paperwork
9 446 1977 January 24 - NATO and the New Soviet Threat
9 447 1977 January 31 - Nunn, Talmadge, Ginn Announce Meeting (Savannah)
9 448 1977 February 07 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Re-election Staffing (empty)
9 449 1977 February 10 - Nunn to Hold Atlanta Hearings Concerning Problems of Home Builders
9 450 1977 February 16 - Senator Nunn's Opening Remarks at Small Business Hearings on Home Ownership
9 451 1977 February 25 - Establishment of a Federal Merits Review Council
9 452 1977 February 25 - All-Volunteer Hearings Scheduled Study to be Released
9 453 1977 March 00 - Nunn's Statement Introducing Film "Price of Freedom"
9 454 1977 March 01 - All-Volunteer Force Hearings on March 2
9 455 1977 March 10 - Bert Lance Joins Nunn on ETV (Educational Television) "A Dialogue with Sam Nunn"
9 456 1977 March 11 - Small Business "Extension Service," Proposed by Nunn
9 457 1977 March 11 - Joint Percy-Nunn Release on Teamsters Life Insurance Plans
9 458 1977 March 11 - Air Force Selects Lockheed as Source for C-141 Stretch Production
9 459 1977 March 14 - Department of Education Bill, Seperate Department of Education
9 460 1977 March 17 - Statement by Senator Nunn on Repeal of Byrd Amendment
9 461 1977 March 21 - Teamsters Report Released, Opening Statement by Senator Sam Nunn
9 462 1977 March 22 - Nunn Proposes Reductions in Generals, Admirals
9 463 1977 March 22 - Nunn Statement on Army Proposal at Fort Gordon to Contract Out Base Support Functions
9 464 1977 March 22 - Life Insurance Plans Offered by Some Labor Unions
9 465 1977 March 25 - Statement for Chapel House Party at Epworth-by-the-Sea
9 466 1977 March 29 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Marijuana
9 467 1977 April 18 - Max Cleland Joins Nunn on ETV (Educational Television)
9 468 1977 April 20 - Senator Nunn's Statement Regarding President Carter's Energy Proposals
9 469 1977 April 21 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Richard Russell Dam, Energy Conservation Issues
9 470 1977 April 29 - Reintroduction of Judicial Tenure Bill
9 471 1977 May 05 - $82 Million in Military Construction Authorization for Georgia
9 472 1977 May 06 - Nunn Bill Proposes Regulatory Reform
9 473 1977 May 06 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Georgia
9 474 1977 May 17 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Constitutional Amendment Requiring Balanced Federal Budget
9 475 1977 May 24 - Senator Nunn's Statement on Cancer
9 476 1977 May 25 - Nunn Announces Gordon Hearings, GAO (Georgia Accounting Office) Study
9 477 1977 May 27 - Law Enforcement Seminar to be Held in Lafayette Georgia
9 478 1977 May 27 - Nunn Meets with Secretary Brown & Secretary Vance on C-130
9 479 1977 May 31 - Senator Nunn's Statement for Friends of Fort Gordon Rally
10 480 1977 June 02 - President Announces Federal Disaster for Shrimpers
10 481 1977 June 07 - Stewart Housing Amendment Passes
10 482 1977 June 07 - Senator Statement on Democratic Party of Georgia Membership Drive
10 483 1977 June 07 - Nunn Statement on Andy Young - ABC Radio
10 484 1977 June 15 - Nunn & Barnard Praise Lance for Policy Changes in Contracting Area
10 485 1977 June 16 - Nunn Announced PSI (Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations) Will Hold Hearings on June 20th
10 486 1977 June 16 - Statement on Nunn Amendment to the Arms Control Export Act
10 487 1977 June 17 - Conference Committee Agrees on C-130 Purchase
10 488 1977 June 20 - Update on Drought Assistance Request Nunn/Talmadge
10 489 >1977 June 21 - Placing Salt II in Perspective
10 490 1977 June 24 - Nunn Announces Major Breakthrough in SBA (Small Business Administration) Drought Assistance Loans
10 491 1977 June 29 - C-130 Amendment and Conference Committee
10 492 1977 June 30 - Senator Nunn's Statement on the B-1
10 493 1977 June 30 - Nunn Reintroduces Chattahoochee River Bill
10 494 1977 July 01 - C-130 Amendment (empty)
10 495 1977 July 06 - Griffin Bell joins Nunn on ETV (Educational Television)
10 496 1977 July 06 - Nunn Announces Contracting Hearings, Department of Defense
10 497 1977 July 08 - Nunn contacts Secretary of the Army on Martin Army Hospital
10 498 1977 July 11 - "New Governmental Relationships Needed" - GMA (Georgia Municipal Association)
10 499 1977 July 15 - Statement on Korean Incident
10 500 1977 July 19 - Bell to Ask for Public Comment on Proposed DEA-FBI (Drug Enforcement Administration-Federal Bureau of Investigation) Merger
10 501 1977 July 22 - Senate-House Conferees Agree to Lower Interest Rates on Disaster Loans
10 502 1977 July 25 - Carter Urged to Support Tough Drug Bill
10 503 1977 August 01 - Secretary of Defense Brown to Testify at NATO Hearings
10 504 1977 August 03 - Conferees Agree on Fiscal Year 1978 Fort Benning Projects
10 505 1977 August 03 - Conferees Approve Funds for Fort Stewart & Kings Bay
10 506 1977 August 03 - $65 Million in Military Construction For Georgia
10 507 1977 August 24 - Nunn Urges SBA (Small Business Administration) Agriculture Disaster Loan Extension
10 508 1977 September 07 - Army's Announcement on Fort Benning as a candidate Site for 2nd Division
10 509 1977 September 09 - Statement of Bobby Lee Cook, on Bert Lance Embezzlement
10 510 1977 September 09 - Deadline Approaching for Service Acadamy Nominaitons
10 511 1977 September 09 - Senate Approves Nunn Amendment Adding $200 Million to SBA (Small Business Administration) Disaster Program
10 512 1977 September 14 - U.S. Senate PSI (Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations) begins Union Insurance Award Hearings on Monday
10 513 1977 September 21 - Statement on Resignation of Bert Lance as OMB (Office of Management and Budget) Director
10 514 1977 September 30 - Nunn Statement on Rand Report on All-Volunteer Force Study
10 515 1977 October 05 - Senate Approves $1.4 Billion Supplemental Appropriations for SBA (Small Business Administration) Disaster Loans
10 516 1977 October 10 - Senate PSI (Permanent Sumcommittee on Investigation) Begins Union Insurance Award Hearings Monday
10 517 1977 October 18 - Nunn Contacts Brzezinski on C-130s
10 518 1977 October 18 - Hearings on Union Insurance Contract Awards
10 519 1977 October 18 - Felon Robs Union Funds of Additional $1.5 Million Following Conviction
10 520 1977 November 04 - Congress Approves Added $1.4 Billion for SBA (Small Business Administration) Disaster Loan Program
10 521 1977 November 17 - Shaping the Defense Civilian Work Force
10 522 1977 November 02 - Special to Various Towns in Georgia Regarding Pre-Legislative Forum Tour
10 523 1977 December 02 - Securities and Protection Act
10 524 1977 December 05 - Morris Brown - America's Margin for Error has Diminished
10 525 1977 December 12 - PSI (Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations) Refers Union Insurance Award Hearings to DOJ (Department of Justice) and DOL (Department of Labo)
10 526 1977 December 00- Panama Canal Newsletter
10 527 1977 December 27 - Nunn Appointed to South Pacific Task Force
10 528 1978 January 06 - Armed Services Task Force Begins Pacific Study (empty)
10 529 1978 January 26 - Request For New Ft. Stewart-Hunter Hospital included in Fiscal Year 1979 Budget
10 530 1978 January 26 - Hearings to Investigate Federal Disaster Assistance to Farmers
10 531 1978 January 26 - Kings Bay Selected as Submarine Support Base
10 532 1978 January 27 - Nunn Amendment Passes Senate, Heroin, Cocaine, & Methadone Dealers Hit
10 533 1978 January 30 - Finance Committee Releases GAO (General Accounting Office) Report Criticizing State Medicaid Insurance Contracts
10 534 1978 February 00 - Article on Farmers' Plight for Special Edition of the Walton Tribune
10 535 1978 February 03 - Academy Nominations Announced by Nunn
10 536 1978 February 03 - Nunn Urges Gasohol Development
10 537 1978 February 06 - Nunn Releases GAO (General Accounting Office) Study Indicating the All-Volunteer Force has Cost an Additional $18.4 Billion
10 538 1978 February 09 - Agricultural Export Expansion
10 539 1978 February 14 - Fiscal Year 1979 Budget Requests $121 Million for New Military Construction in Georgia
10 540 1978 February 23 - Probe of Korean Toop Deployment Begun by Senate Armed Services Subcommittee
10 541 1978 February 24 - Nunn/Ginn Announce Fort Stewart Hospital Upgrade
10 542 1978 February 27 - Kings Bay Submarine Base Given Green Light
11 543 1978 March 01 - Statement on Chappie James
10 544 1978 March 03 - "Get Well, Lester Maddox"
10 545 1978 March 10 - Nunn/Talmadge Proposal on Base Rights Negotiations
10 546 1978 March 13 - Nunn Calls on President to Support Small Business Proposal, Development Lending
10 547 1978 March 14 - The U.S. and the Panama Canal Press Conference (Removed Speech from Folder, Sent It to Press)
10 548 1978 March 16 - Nunn Announces Lockheed and Dobbins Decisions, Aircraft Production
10 549 1978 March 20 - Statement by U.S. Senator Sam Nunn WWGS Radio's Special Farm Appreciation Day
10 550 1978 March 24 - Eisenhower Hospital Status - Fort Gordon
10 551 1978 March 28 - Senator Nunn Announces Narcotics Moneyflow Probe
10 552 1978 March 31 - Future of Fort McPherson - Reasons for Optimism
10 553 1978 April 03 - Nunn Statement on Release of Congressional Budget Office Study on National Service Program
10 554 1978 April 06 - Nunn - Top Supporter of Small Business
10 555 1978 April 20 - US Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations to Hold Hearings on Organized Crime Labor Racketeering Investigations
10 556 1978 April 23 - Report Cites Failure of Federal Law Enforcement Agencies to Curb Arson
10 557 1978 April 24 - Ft. McPherson Not on Hit List, No Georgia Bases to be Closed
10 558 1978 April 25 - Statement to BBC by US Senator Sam Nunn on Secretary Brezhnev's Offer on Neutron Bomb
10 559 1978 April 26 - Chattahoochee Bill Approved by Senate Energy Committee
10 560 1978 April 27 - Brezhnev Statement on Neutron Bomb a Joke - Nunn Says in interview with WAGA-TV
10 561 1978 April 29 - Statement on General Singlaub
10 562 1978 May 05 - Small Business Groups Honor Senator Sam Nunn
10 563 1978 May 06 - Volunteer Force for Guard and Reserve -- "Dismal Failure" -- Nunn Initiatives to Help Passed by Committee
10 564 1978 May 08 - Alternatives to All-Volunteer Force-Department of Defense (AVF-DOD) Study Required by Armed Services Committee
10 565 1978 May 08 - DOT (Department of Transportation) Recommendation That Rail Passenger Service on the Floridian Route be Discontinued - Nunn Against
10 566 1978 May 10 - Over $290 Million for Lockheed-Georgia Programs Authorized
10 567 1978 May 17 - Nunn Confirms Continued Hearings on All Volunteer Force
10 568 1978 May 30 - HUD (Housing and Urban Development) Program Approved for Ft. Stewart
10 569 1978 June 7 - Air Force Awards $407 Million C-141 Stretch Contrat to Lockheed
10 570 1978 June 12 - Armed Services Committee Adopts Nunn Proposal on Korea
10 571 1978 June 12 - Nunn and Jackson Proposal on Neutron Production Accepted
10 572 1978 June 14 - Statement by United States Senator Sam Nunn on Proposed Tax Relief Act
10 573 1978 June 16 - New Federal Office Building in Downtown Savannah - Construction Authorized
10 574 1978 June 19 - Excerpts from Georgia Forestry Association Speech - About Tax Cut, Proposition 13
10 575 1978 June 19 - Volunteer Force Hearings Scheduled
10 576 1978 June 21 - Nunn Bill, S.1423, to Remove Unfit Judges Clears Judiciary Committee
10 577 1978 June 22 - Salute to Dairy Producers and Farmers - Millen and Jenkins County
10 578 1978 June 26 - Statement on General Kroesen
10 579 1978 June 30 - Nunn Proposes "Hidden Tax" Reduction Bill
10 580 1978 July 05 - Bi-Partisan Appropriations-Cutting Task Force Organized
10 581 1978 June 12 - Senate Passes $140.3 Million For Georgia Bases
10 582 1978 July 12 - Nunn to Inspect Robins AFB (Air Force Base) and Speak to Air Force Association on SALT II
10 583 1978 July 13 - Nunn (and Tower) Bill Proposes Veto of Federal Trade Commission Rules
10 584 1978 July 17 - Nunn's Statement on Andrew Young
10 585 1978 July 18 - PSI (Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations) Hearing - HEW (Department of Health, Education and Welfare) Programs to Identify Fraud, Abuse, Waste, etc.
10 586 1978 July 20 - Revamping of 8(A)/SBA (Small Business Administration) Proposition
10 587 1978 July 21 - Nunn Amendment Trims HMO (Health Maintenace Organization) Program
10 588 1978 July 21 - Nunn Says Chattahoochee River Park Assured - Bill Authorizing $73 million in the Fiscal Year 79 Budget Approved
10 589 1978 July 27 - Nunn "Lethal-Non-Lethal" Amendment to Facilitate Sales of C-130 Aircraft Passes Senate
10 590 1978 July 28 - "Runaway Fathers" Program Collects $423 Million Nationwide Says Nunn
10 591 1978 July 31 - Talmadge, Nunn and Ginn Announce Top Federal, State and Local Officials to Meet on Ft. Stewart and Kings Bay Impact
10 592 1978 August 03 - Armed Services Subcommittee to Probe Charges of Marine Recruiting Malpractice, Press Release from Senator Metzenbaum
10 593 1978 August 14 - Kings Bay Projects Receive Final Approval
10 594 1978 August 17 - Statement by Senator Sam Nunn on President Carter's Veto Announcement, Fiscal Year 1979 Military Authorization Bill
10 595 1978 August 23 - Arson-for-Profit Hearings
10 596 Not dated - Statement by Senator Sam Nunn - Join WPPI (Carrolton) in Saluting Charlie Gresham
10 597 1978 August 30 - Nunn Protests "Elaborate and Extravagant Plans" For New Senate Office Building
10 598 1978 September 05 - Deadline Approaching for Service Academy Nominations - Nunn Reminder to Potential Candidates
10 599 1978 September 07 - Senate Adopts Nunn Bill to Remove Unfit (Bad Behavior) Judges
10 600 1978 September 07 - Victims to Testify in Arson-For-Profit Hearings by PSI (Permanent Subcommitee on Investigations )
10 601 1978 September 15 - Nunn Releases Report on Marine Corps Recruiting Practices, Announces Hearings
10 602 1978 September 15 - Senate Adopts Nunn Bill to Revamp Small Business Administration (SBA) Program for Minority Business Development
10 603 1978 September 21 - Statement by Senator Sam Nunn on Humphrey-Hawkins Bill
10 604 1978 September 25 - PSI (Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations) Hearings Set for Atlanta
10 605 1978 September 25 - Group of Prominent Georgia Republicans and Independents Endorse Senator Nunn
10 606 1978 October 06 - Nunn Announces Military Recruiting Hearings, Subcommittee on Manpower and Personnel
10 607 1978 October 07 - Senators Propose 5-Year Tax Cut Tied to Federal Spending - Amendment Sponsored by Nunn and Others
10 608 1978 October 09 - Press Conference - Tax and Spending Reduction Amendment to H.R. 13511
10 609 1978 October 11 - Nunn Urges Expeditious Action on Military Pay Bill
10 610 1978 October 13 - 1979 Defense Authorization Bill - Passage of and Expected Signing into Law by President
10 611 1978 October 15 - Rejection of the Spending and Tax Reduction Amendment to the Tax Bill
10 612 1978 October 20 - Approval of Minority Small Business Development Legislation
10 613 1978 October 23 - GAO (General Accounting Office) Report on Labor Pension Funds
10 614 1978 October 13 - PSI (Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations) Hearings on Organized Crime Activities in South Florida
10 615 1978 October 30 - Federal Effort to Uncover Fraud and Abuse in Medicaid is Not Working
10 616 1978 December 16 - Normalization of Relations with the People's Republic of China
10 617 1978 December 29 - Trip to Japan, Etc.

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Series 7. Press research files

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Series 8. Press secretary files

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Series 9. Publications

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Series 10. Scrapbooks and news clippings
1970-1996
3 linear feet, 50 bound volumes, 8 reels of microfilm

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Scope and Content Note

The scrapbooks were created by Senator Nunn's press section to document his political career. They contain news stories, letters to the editor, editorial cartoons and op ed pieces about Senator Nunn and op ed piece written by him. The articles are arranged chronologically. The first scrapbook documents Senator Nunn's first campaign for the Senate in 1972. The last one documents his activities in 1993. Articles from subsequent years were filed loose in folders rather than being glued into scrapbooks. The press staff assigned the scrapbooks volume numbers, which are noted on the volumes and in the list below. For preservation reasons, starting with the mid-1987 scrapbooks, photocopies of the articles were placed in the scrapbooks, rather than the original newspaper clippings. Many scrapbooks are very fragile, and most have articles and date labels falling out.

The scrapbooks were prepared using clippings obtained through a press clipping service. Since the service only supplied Georgia newspaper clippings, there are few national news stories. Wire services supplied many of the stories, and there are many identical or nearly identical articles clipped from different newspapers. Considering this duplication, the number of stories on a particular issue tends to indicate how widespread the Georgia coverage was, and not how long the story was considered newsworthy.

Scrapbooks covering the period from 1970 through May 1987 were sent to Emory prior to 1991. Most of these scrapbooks were microfilmed (35mm) by the Senate Microforms Unit. Kathy Dixson created a rough subject index to these volumes during the process of her research for the Sam Nunn exhibit in the Houston County Board of Education Building in Perry, Georgia. The press section created a subject index to the remaining volumes (June 1987 - January 1993) before sending them to Emory when Senator Nunn retired.

The clippings collected by the press section sometimes supplement (and duplicate) the clippings in the scrapbooks. At other times, clippings serve as a substitute for a scrapbook. Some clippings collected by the Senate staff were found in a filing cabinet in the archives section (perhaps being saved for a scrapbook) and in the press section. One folder of 1980-89 clippings (it is unknown which one) was compared with the scrapbook of the period and duplicates were removed. The other 1980-89 clippings were arranged by region. Most of the clippings from 1993-1995 were microfilmed and then destroyed by the Senate staff.

Clippings collected by the Special Collections staff were saved for staff reference. Many of these clippings have been photocopied and placed in the Sam Nunn archive reference file.

Organization Note

Organized into two subseries: 1) Press section scrapbooks and clippings; and 2) Collected news clippings.

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Container list

Subseries 1. Press section scrapbooks and clippings

Cont.NumberContents
BV 11970 Jaycees "Five Outstanding Young Men of Georgia" Award application scrapbook
BV 21971 December - 1972 April [# 1] -- microfilm reel 1
BV 31972 September - 1972 November [# 2] -- microfilm reel 1
BV 41972 November - 1973 December [# 3] -- microfilm reel 1
BV 51972 campaign photographs
Box 3Loose scrapbook materials (1972 campaign)
BV 61974 [# 4] -- microfilm reel 1-2
BV 71975 January - 1975 December [# 5] -- microfilm reel 2
BV 81975 November - 1975 December [# 6] -- microfilm reel 2
BV 91976 January - 1976 May [# 7] -- microfilm reel 2
BV 101976 June - 1976 December [# 8] -- microfilm reel 2
BV 111977 January - 1977 May, 1977 December [# 10] -- microfilm reel 2
BV 121977 June - 1977 September [# 9] -- microfilm reel 2
BV 131978 January - 1978 December [# 11] -- microfilm reel 2
BV 141979 January - 1979 December [# 12] -- microfilm reel 3
Box 41980-1989 Senate press section clippings (loose)
BV 151980 January - 1980 May [# 13] -- microfilm reel 3
BV 161980 May - 1980 December [# 14] -- microfilm reel 3
BV 171981 January - 1981 December [# 15] -- microfilm reel 3
BV 181982 January - 1982 December [# 16] -- microfilm reel 3
BV 191983 March - 1983 May [# 17] -- microfilm reel 3
BV 201984 January - 1984 June [# 18] -- microfilm reel 3
BV 211984 July - 1984 December [# 19] -- microfilm reel 3
BV 221985 January - 1985 June [# 19b] -- microfilm reel 3
BV 231985 July - 1985 December [# 20] -- microfilm reel 4
BV 241986 January - 1986 June [# 21] -- microfilm reel 4
BV 251986 July - 1986 September [# 22] -- microfilm reel 4
BV 261986 October [# 23] -- microfilm reel 4
BV 271986 November [# 24] -- microfilm reel 4
BV 281986 December [# 25] -- microfilm reel 4
BV 291987 January [# 26] -- microfilm reel 4
BV 301987 February [# 27] -- microfilm reel 4
BV 311987 March [# 28] -- microfilm reel 4
BV 321987 April [# 29] -- microfilm reel 4
BV 331987 May [# 30] -- microfilm reel 4
BV 341987 August [# 31] -- microfilm reel 4
BV 351987 August - 1987 September [# 32] -- microfilm reel 4
BV 361987 June - 1987 July 15
BV 371987 July 15 - 1987 August 31
BV 381987 September - 1988 March 20
BV 391988 March - 1988 July
BV 401988 July - 1988 December
BV 411989 January - 1989 September
BV 421989 October - 1990 October
BV 431990 November - 1991 February
BV 441991 March - 1991 April
BV 451991 May - 1991 July
BV 461991 August - 1991 October 16
BV 471991 October - 1992 January
BV 481992 February - 1992 July
BV 491992 August - 1992 November
BV 501992 December - 1993 January
MF 13281993 January - 1993 August
MF 13291993 September - 1994 August
MF 13301994 September - 1995 July
MF 13311995 August - 1995 ???
Box 3Loose scrapbook materials (1995 trip to Denmark)
Box 51995 Senate Press section clippings (loose photocopies)

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Subseries 2: Collected news clippings

Cont.NumberContents
Box 1Clippings collected by Special Collections
Box 2Clippings collected by Special Collections (oversize)

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