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COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC WELFARE

HARRISON A. WILLIAMS, JR., New Jersey, Chairman JENNINGS RANDOLPH, West Virginia JACOB K. JAVITS, New York CLAIBORNE PELL, Rhode Island

PETER H. DOMINICK, Colorado EDWARD M. KENNEDY, Massachusetts RICHARD S. SCHWEIKER, Pennsylvania GAYLORD NELSON, Wisconsin

BOB PACKWOOD, Oregon WALTER F. MONDALE, Minnesota

ROBERT TAFT, JR., Ohio THOMAS F. EAGLETON, Missouri

J. GLENN BEALL, JR., Maryland
ALAN CRANSTON, California

ROBERT T. STAFFORD, Vermont
HAROLD E. HUGHES, Iowa
ADLAI E. STEVENSON III, Illinois

STEWART E. MCCLURE, Staf Director

ROBERT E. NAGLE, General Counsel
Roy H. MILLENSON, Minority Staff Director

EUGENE MITTELMAN, Minority Counsel

SUBCOMMITTEE ON MIGRATORY LABOR

ADLAI E. STEVENSON III, Illinois, Chairman HARRISON A. WILLIAMS, JR., New Jersey ROBERT TAFT, JR., Ohio WALTER F. MONDALE, Minnesota

J. GLENN BEALL, JR., Maryland
EDWARD M. KENNEDY, Massachusetts JACOB K. JAVITS, New York
HAROLD E. HUGHES, Iowa

BOREN CHERTKOV, Counsel
EUGENE MITTELMAN, Minority Counsel

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FORMAT OF HEARINGS ON FARMWORKERS IN RURAL AMERICA

The Subcommittee on Migratory Labor conducted public hearings in Washington, D.C., and in San Francisco and Fresno, Calif., during the 92d Congress on “Farmworkers in Rural America.” These hearings are contained in the following parts: Subject matter

Hearings dates
Part 1: Farmworkers in Rural Poverty---

July 22,
September 21 and 22,

1971. Part 2: Who Owns the Land ?.

November 5, 1971.
Part 3: Land Ownership, Use, and Distribution:
A. San Francisco---

January 11, 1972.
B. Fresno.

January 12, 1972.
C. San Francisco----

January 13, 1972.
Part 4: Role of Land-Grant Colleges :
A.

June 19, 1972.
B_

June 20, 1972.
Part 5: Appendix: A and B.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Articles, publications, etc. :

“Agribusiness Threatens Family Farm," by Nick Kotz, Washington

Post Staff Reporter

“Conglomerates Reshape Food Supply," by Nick Kotz, Washington

Post Staff Reporter, from the Congressional Record-Senate, Oc-

tober 12, 1971.-

"Final Summary Report, The Pennsylvania Panel on Rural Poverty,"

by the Bureau of Research and Program Development, Depart-

ment of Community Affairs, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania -
"Impact of Corporate Farming on Small Business," S. Rept. 91–628,

report of the Senate Select Committee on Small Business---
“Questions and Answers on Environmental Pollution Related to Live-

stock Production," by Carl A. Hagen, analyst in environmental po-

licy, Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress_-
Session Laws of the State of Minnesota, excerpt from.--
"Sixteen Major Questions To Be Considered by the Subcommittee,"

hearings on corporate secrecy before the Subcommittee on Monop-

oly of the Senate Select Committee on Small Business--

“The Corporate Invasion of American Agriculture," by Victor K. Ray,

director of public relations, National Farmers Union...

“U.S. Policy Handcuffs Small Farmer," by Nick Kotz, Washington Post

Staff Reporter--

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Communications to:

Stevenson, Hon. Adlai, E., III, a U.S. Senator from the State of Illi-
nois, from:
Kuhfuss, William J., president, American Farm Bureau Federa-

tion, November 1, 1971 (with enclosure)---
Wilcox, William H., secretary, Department of Community Affairs,

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, Pa., with enclosure,

December 8, 1971.Selected tables :

Farms in excess of 2,000 acres.

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