Guide to the Dick Thornburgh Papers, 1932- AIS.1998.30.13

ULS Archives & Special Collections

 Series XIII. Attorney General of the United States, 1988-1991

Summary Information

Repository
ULS Archives & Special Collections
Title
Dick Thornburgh Papers, Series XIII. Attorney General of the United States
Creator
Thornburgh, Dick, 1932-
Collection Number
AIS.1998.30.13
Date
1988-1991
Extent
228.75 linear feet
Abstract
On July 12, 1988, President Reagan formally requested that Dick Thornburgh serve as his Attorney General, following the resignation of Edwin Meese, with only five months remaining in his presidency. On November 19, then President-elect Bush asked Thornburgh to stay on. Three years later, on April 4, 1991, the news of Pennsylvania Senator John Heinz's tragic death in a plane crash ultimately resulted in Thornburgh's resignation in August 1991 to run for the U.S. Senate. During his tenure, Thornburgh's priorities concentrated on drug trafficking, organized and white-collar crime, civil rights, antitrust and environmental fields. Major topics include: savings and loans scandals, Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) money laundering scandal, and Banca Nazionale del Lavoro (BNL). Thornburgh signed the United Nations Drug Convention in Vienna, December 1989, and participated in major TREVI (Terrorism, Radicalism, Extremism, Violence International) meetings. The war on drugs extended to South and Central America and topics include the apprehension of Noriega. Other topics are, for example: Project Triggerlock (regarding violent career criminals), the terrorist bombing of Pan Am flight 103, the bombing and death of Judge Robert Vance, Operation Weed and Seed, Superfund hazardous waste cleanup actions, and the Exxon Valdez case. During glasnost Soviet Justice Minister Veniamin F. Yakovlev invited Thornburgh to visit Moscow to discuss democracy, the rule of law, and human rights, the first visit ever by a sitting Attorney General of the United States to the Soviet Union. Thornburgh served as the Bush administration's "point man" for efforts to enact the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), signed into law on July 26, 1990. Other matters on the domestic front include Thornburgh's participation in the Council on Competitiveness (CC), the Domestic Policy Council (DPC), Economic Policy Council (EPC), judicial appointment issues, and the so-called Thornburgh Memorandum. The Attorney General files are in fourteen sections: Speeches; News Releases; Transcripts; Nomination and Confirmation; Attorney General's Files; Daily Schedules; Events; Foreign Trips; DPC, EPC, and CC; Department of Justice Issues; Weekly Reports; Correspondence; News Clippings; and Reports. Digital reproductions of portions of the collection are available online.

Preferred Citation

Dick Thornburgh Papers, 1932- , AIS.1998.30, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

ULS Archives & Special Collections, June 30, 2004

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Archives & Special Collections
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Access Restrictions

No restrictions.

Copyright

Permission for publication is given on behalf of the University of Pittsburgh as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Dick Thornburgh, February 27, 1998.

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Nancy Watson, Curator of the Thornburgh Papers, Holly Mengel, Project Archivist, and a team of graduate students. Processing was made possible by a grant from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 2002.

Revision and rearrangement for the encoded version of the finding aid provided by Holly Mengel in 2004. Information about the collection title and the controlled access terms was extracted from the MARC record in the University of Pittsburgh catalog Voyager ID number: 3608599

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • American Bar Association.
  • Banca nazionale del lavoro.
  • Bank of Credit and Commerce International.
  • Council on Competitiveness (U.S.).
  • Domestic Policy Council (U.S.).
  • Kirkpatrick & Lockhart.
  • National Organization on Disability (U.S.).
  • Office of International Affairs (U.S.).
  • TREVI Group.
  • United States. Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
  • United States. Attorney-General.
  • United States. Independent Counsel Reauthorization Act of 1987.
  • World Committee on Disability.

Geographic Name(s)

  • Soviet Union

Occupation(s)

  • Money laundering

Personal Name(s)

  • Noriega, Manuel Antonio, 1934-
  • Thornburgh, Dick, 1932-
  • Thornburgh, Ginny (Judson)
  • Yakovlev, Veniamin

Subject(s)

  • Criminal justice, Administration of
  • Drug control
  • Drug traffic
  • Government
  • Judges -- Selection and appointment -- United States
  • Organized crime -- United States
  • Personal papers
  • Political corruption -- United States
  • Politics
  • Rule of law
  • White collar crimes -- United States

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Previous Citation

Dick Thornburgh Papers, 1932- , AIS.1998.30, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

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Collection Inventory

Series  XIII. Attorney General of the United States, 1988-1991 

Scope and Contents note

On July 9, 1988, Thornburgh, then Director of Institute of Politics at Harvard University, received a call from the Reagan White House. Edwin Meese, Attorney General of the U.S., had resigned. Thornburgh states in his book: "My law enforcement, political and management record, as well as my good relations with the president and vice president, did seem to make me one of the logical candidates [for Attorney General], but I was hardly expecting Culvahouse's call" ( Evidence, p. 201). After several meetings in Washington, with members of the President's staff, Thornburgh met with President Reagan on July 12, who formally requested that Thornburgh serve as his attorney general. This announcement was accompanied generally by very favorable commentary such as that in the  New York Times: "Mr. Thornburgh, who made his reputation fighting public corruption, brings an ethical dimension that has rarely been in greater demand." At that time, President Reagan had but five months remaining in his presidency, however, after the election, on November 19, President-elect Bush wasted no time in asking Thornburgh to stay on.

On October 7, 1988, Thornburgh first addressed the entire department staff, to spell out his priorities which he described as: "a vigorous assault on drug trafficking, a continued focus on organized and white-collar crime and stepped-up activity in the civil rights, antitrust and environmental fields" (see online video). The savings and loan scandal was about to break and was the most pressing challenge in the area of white-collar crime, or what Thornburgh frequently described as "crime in the suites." Ultimately DOJ task forces obtained nearly six hundred convictions, a ninety-three percent conviction rate, over the three years Thornburgh served, with seventy-seven percent of those convicted receiving jail terms.

Other major white-collar scandals and topics which attracted a lot of attention include: Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) money laundering scandal, Banca Nazionale del Lavoro (BNL), the Institute for Law and Social Research (INSLAW) case, Iran-Contra (involving issues concerning the independent counsel statute), and the inquiry into Operation Ill Wind.

In tackling the drug problem, Thornburgh frequently startled his listeners by stating: "If you want to lose the war on drugs, just leave it to law enforcement." As many of his speeches continue: the war against drugs "will not be won in the courtroom ... but in the classroom ... in our churches, homes and communities ... on the field of values." The "Report to the President" on drug trafficking, dated August 3, 1989, is available here online and presents a complete and accurate picture of drug trafficking within the United States and a "roadmap" for enforcement.

Many of Thornburgh's antidrug activities also involved a stepped-up international offensive. Thornburgh traveled to Vienna to sign the United Nations Drug Convention on behalf of the United States, in December 1989, and attended a number of TREVI (Terrorism, Radicalism, Extremism, Violence International) meetings, which are the law enforcement counterpart to the European Economic Community. The war on drugs also extended to South and Central America and the efforts of Thornburgh and DOJ are well represented in these files, as well as the apprehension of Noriega. "The drug war is an unappetizing battle, first, last and always ... Nevertheless our drug enforcement effort was generally well received, especially in its international aspects" ( Evidence, p. 238).

AG Thornburgh argued two cases before the Supreme Court, the second of which, Payne v. Tennessee, concerned victim's rights, a subject of long standing concern. Other topics well presented in these files are, for example: Project Triggerlock (regarding violent career criminals), the terrorist bombing of Pan Am flight 103, the bombing and death of Judge Robert Vance, Operation Weed and Seed, and Superfund hazardous waste cleanup actions. The Exxon Valdez case resulted in a guilty plea, and fines and restitution which were "by far the largest amount ever paid as a result of environmental violations" ( Evidence, p. 250).

While Thornburgh was Attorney General there generally was a huge increase in activity in the international arena, which in late 1990 resulted in the establishment of a new DOJ Office of International Affairs, at Thornburgh's urging. In September 1990, Thornburgh traveled to Seoul, South Korea, for the first-ever gathering of twenty-four Asian and Pacific Rim attorneys general, and the insights gained and contacts made during international trips were "of considerable value in establishing and implementing DOJ's international agenda" ( Evidence, p. 257).

"Beginning in late 1989, [Thornburgh] became active in efforts to promote the rule of law in other nations. One extraordinary opportunity in this regard arose in the Soviet Union, which was in the throes of transformation. Premier Mikhail S. Gorbachev had undertaken to depart from the totalitarian past through glasnost (openness) and perestroika (restructuring). To help him create a 'law-based state,' the Soviet Ministry of Justice [and Justice Minister Veniamin F. Yakovlev] invited us to visit Moscow to discuss democracy, the rule of law and human rights ... marking the first visit ever by a sitting attorney general of the United States to the Soviet Union" ( Evidence, p. 257). The Cold War was soon to end and of all those Thornburgh had met Yakovlev was the principal survivor. It is with him that a cordial relationship has extended into Thornburgh's ongoing career, with meetings both in Russia and in the United States, jointly promoting the rule of law.

After years of commitment by both Dick and Ginny Thornburgh to extending the rights and opportunities of persons with disabilities, Attorney General Thornburgh was presented with a truly unique opportunity in the work to enact the landmark Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Thornburgh was proud to serve as the Bush administration's "point man" for this effort and the ADA was signed into law on July 26, 1990. Thornburgh states: "The day was a high point of my tenure as attorney general, and I will never forget the celebration of what columnist David Broder called 'arguably the most significant civil rights and social policy legislation to become law in more than a decade'." In signing the bill, President Bush presented signing pens to all on the stage, "but Harold Wilkie told him to give his pen (which he had accepted with his right foot) to Ginny Thornburgh in token of her vigorous efforts in support of the bill" ( Evidence, p. 262). Both Dick and Ginny Thornburgh continue to be repeatedly recognized and celebrated for their commitment to persons with disabilities on into their ongoing careers, represented in this collection.

Other matters on the domestic front that are also well represented in these files include Thornburgh's participation in the Council on Competitiveness (CC), the Domestic Policy Council (DPC), Economic Policy Council (EPC), judicial appointment issues, and the so-called Thornburgh Memorandum.

On April 4, 1991, the news came of Pennsylvania Senator John Heinz's tragic death in a plane crash. A special election was to be held in the fall, to fill the vacancy. Governor Casey appointed his Labor and Industry Secretary, Harris Wofford, to serve in the interim. The Republicans, keen to hold onto the seat, encouraged Thornburgh to run for the office. And so it was that on June 4 Thornburgh told President Bush and his cabinet that he intended to resign and seek the Republican nomination for the position. Meanwhile a "bombshell" descended, in the form of a legal challenge by Jack Trinsey, regarding the procedures for filling the vacancy. Therefore, it was not until August 6 that the case was resolved and the election in November was a certainty. Thornburgh left office, precisely three years after he began as Attorney General, less than three months from election day.

When addressing the assembled attorneys and staff for the last time as Attorney General of the United States, on August 15, 1991, Thornburgh proudly set forth their record of accomplishments and "I noted what a privilege it had been to spend a substantial part of my professional career, under five presidents, in the Department of Justice and called for God's blessing upon the Department, the men and women who make it work and all in this world who strive to achieve that which is good, right and just. With that I said, I was off to a 'first-ever Thornburgh family reunion [and] to my beloved Pennsylvania and an exciting campaign for the U.S. Senate.' I could not have imagined a more satisfying farewell from my colleagues" (Evidence draft, p. 839-40).

The files here are in fourteen sections, as follow: Speeches; News Releases; Transcripts; Nomination and Confirmation; Attorney General's Files; Daily Schedules; Events; Foreign Trips; DPC, EPC, and CC; Department of Justice Issues; Weekly Reports; Correspondence; News Clippings; and Reports. Each section has an instructive and informative note to assist researchers.

Subseries  1. Speeches and Testimony 

Scope and Contents note

All 195 speeches delivered by Attorney General Thornburgh have been digitized and are available here online. These speeches cover virtually every major topic encountered during Thornburgh's three years at the Department of Justice, 1988-1991. The detail and issue background included makes them a very valuable source for researchers. In many cases, the collection also contains drafts and interesting "as delivered" copies.

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Remarks of Dick Thornburgh Attorney General of the United States Following His Taking the Oath of Office, Washington, DC August 12, 1988 7391
Online
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"Federalism and Law Enforcement," Second Annual Lawyers' Convention of the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies, Washington, DC September 9, 1988 2
Online
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"Reinvigorating Government," Carnegie Mellon University School of Urban and Public Affairs (SUPA), Pittsburgh, PA September 29, 1988 3
Online
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Philadelphia Bar Association, Washington, DC September 30, 1988 4
Online
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Department of Justice Employees, Washington, DC October 7, 1988 5
Online
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United States Attorneys' Conference, Charleston, SC October 8, 1988 6
Online
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International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference, Portland, OR October 17, 1988 7
Online
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Appeal of Conscience Foundation, New York, NY October 18, 1988 8
Online
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Dedication Ceremony of Franklin and Marshall College's Stager Hall, Lancaster, PA October 20, 1988 9
Online
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Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces Conference, San Diego, CA October 25, 1988 10
Online
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University of Florida Blue Key Banquet, Gainesville, FL October 28, 1988 11
Online
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Oceans '88 Conference, Baltimore, MD October 31, 1988 12
Online
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Allegheny Conference on Community Development, Pittsburgh, PA November 14, 1988 13
Online
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New England Council's 63rd Annual Dinner Meeting, Boston, MA November 16, 1988 14
Online
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Annual Dinner of the Pennsylvania Society, New York, NY December 10, 1988 15
Online
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Inauguration Sabbath Services the Washington Hebrew Congregation, Washington, DC January 13, 1989 16
Online
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20th Annual Ecumenical Service Commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Atlanta, GA January 16, 1989 17
Online
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West Virginia Bar Association's Mid-Winter Meeting, Charleston, WV February 3, 1989 18
Online
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Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, concerning Fraud in the Savings and Loan Association Area, Washington, DC February 9, 1989 19
Online
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Council on Foreign Relations, Washington, DC February 16, 1989 20
Online
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Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, FL February 21, 1989 21
Online
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Economic Club of New York, NY, New York February 22, 1989 22
Online
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Washington Institute of the National Council of Jewish Women, Washington, DC March 13, 1989 23
Online
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Anti-Defamation League of B'Nai B'rith, Washington, DC March 14, 1989 24
Online
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Annual Meeting of Special Agents in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation and Drug Enforcement Administration, Phoenix, AZ March 20, 1989 7401
Online
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"Three Mile Island," National Press Club, Washington, DC March 28, 1989 2
Online
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Pittsburgh World Affairs Council, Pittsburgh, PA April 11, 1989 3
Online
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Foundation for Developmental Disabilities, San Diego, CA April 20, 1989 4
Online
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Los Angeles World Affairs Council, Los Angeles, CA April 24, 1989 5
Online
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Seventh International Drug Enforcement Conference, Miami, FL April 26, 1989 6
Online
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House Judiciary Committee concerning Department of Justice Appropriation Authorization, Washington, DC May 2, 1989 7
Online
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Fifth and Eleventh Judicial Circuits, New Orleans, LA May 8, 1989 8
Online
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1989 Graduating Class of the University of NC School of Law, Chapel Hill, NC May 14, 1989 9
Online
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American Law Institute, Washington, DC May 19, 1989 10
Online
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1989 National Law Center, The George Washington University, Washington, DC May 21, 1989 11
Online
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Committee on the Judiciary United States Senate, concerning the Role of the American Bar Association in the Judicial Selection Process, Washington, DC June 2, 1989 12
Online
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TX Police Association, Fort Worth, TX June 13, 1989 13
Online
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Houston Lawyers Association Dinner, Houston, TX June 13, 1989 14
Online
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Caucus on International Narcotics Control, United States Senate, concerning United States International Drug Control Policy, New York, NY June 19, 1989 15
Online
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Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Washington, DC June 22, 1989 16
Online
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Operation Push Annual Conference, Chicago, IL June 27, 1989 17
Online
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Program on Ethics and Management in Government Sponsored by the American Bar Association, Washington, DC June 29, 1989 18
Online
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American Legion, Pittsburgh, PA July 12, 1989 19
Online
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National Association of District Attorneys, Portland, ME July 19, 1989 7411
Online
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Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, concerning the United Nations Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, Washington, DC August 2, 1989 2
Online
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"Back to Fundamentals - Meeting Expectations for Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice," House of Delegates of the American Bar Association, Honolulu, Hawaii August 8, 1989 3
Online
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American Correctional Association, Baltimore, MD August 14, 1989 4
Online
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Senate Committee on the Judiciary and Committee on Governmental Affairs concerning Organized Crime Strike Forces, Washington, DC September 8, 1989 5
Online
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Department of Justice Securities Enforcement Conference, Washington, DC September 12, 1989 6
Online
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Third Circuit Judicial Conference, Pittsburgh, PA September 12, 1989 7
Online
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House Appropriations Subcommittee on the Departments of Commerce, Justice and State, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies, Washington, DC September 13, 1989 8
Online
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Presidential Forum on Offenders with Mental Retardation, Bethesda, MD September 15, 1989 9
Online
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Judicial Conference of the U.S., Washington, DC September 20, 1989 10
Online
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Sixth Annual General Counsel Briefing, Washington, DC September 20, 1989 11
Online
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Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration, Washington, DC September 20, 1989 12
Online
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Ceremonies Commemorating the Bicentennial of the Office of the United States Attorney General, Washington, DC September 22, 1989 13
Online
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Drug Free Business Initiative, San Antonio, TX September 27, 1989 14
Online
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U.S. Attorneys Conference, San Antonio, TX September 27, 1989 15
Online
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House Judiciary Committee on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Washington, DC October 12, 1989 16
Online
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"Glasnost, Perestroika, Democratizatsia and the Rule of Law," Moscow State University, Moscow, USSR October 18, 1989 17
(""Glasnost, Perestroika, Democratizatsia and the Rule of Law," Moscow State University, Moscow, USSR" online pending)
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American Bankers Association, New York, NY October 26, 1989 18
Online
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National Conference of the Religious Alliance Against Pornography, Washington, DC October 26, 1989 7421
Online
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International Symposium on Money Laundering, Miami, FL October 27, 1989 2
Online
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Special Agent Memorial Services, Washington, DC November 1, 1989 3
Online
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Civil Rights Committee of the Anti-defamation League of B'Nai B'Rith, Philadelphia, PA November 2, 1989 4
Online
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National Association of Women Judges, Washington, DC November 10, 1989 5
Online
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Council of Jewish Federations, Inc., Cincinnati, OH November 18, 1989 6
Online
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National Crime Prevention Awards, Washington, DC December 7, 1989 7
Online
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"The Rule of Law: How Democracy Happens," British-American Parliamentary Group House of Commons, London, England December 13, 1989 8
Online
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Department of Justice Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Washington, DC January 8, 1990 9
Online
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Office of Personnel Management's Government-wide Conference on the Employment of Persons with Disabilities, Bethesda, MD January 10, 1990 10
Online
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Department of Justice Honoring Eagle Award Recipients, Washington, DC January 10, 1990 11
Online
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"The Separation of Powers: an Exemplar of the Rule of Law," The Federalist Society, Washington, DC January 19, 1990 12
Online
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"Codification and the Rule of Law," Conference on Criminal Code Reform; a Conference of the Society for the Reform of the Criminal Law, Washington, DC January 22, 1990 13
Online
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38th Annual Attorney General's Awards Ceremony, Washington, DC January 26, 1990 14
Online
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Federal Courts Study Committee, Washington, DC January 31, 1990 15
Online
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Governor's Conference on Alcohol and Other Drugs, Des Moines, IA February 8, 1990 16
Online
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Linn County Bar Association Luncheon, Cedar Rapids, IA February 8, 1990 17
Online
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"The Rule of Law in Russia: How Democracy Might Work," Council on Foreign Affairs, New York, NY February 13, 1990 18
Online
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Ceremony Commemorating the Centennial of the Appointment of William Howard Taft as Solicitor General, Washington, DC February 22, 1990 19
Online
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Simon Wiesenthal Center's First Annual Leadership Conference Breakfast, Washington, DC March 6, 1990 20
Online
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Nashville Exchange Club Luncheon, Nashville, TN March 9, 1990 21
Online
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1990 Neighborhood Watch Awards Breakfast, Memphis, TN March 10, 1990 22
Online
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University of TN Centennial Law Review Banquet, Knoxville, TN March 10, 1990 7431
Online
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Judicial Conference of the United States, Washington, DC March 13, 1990 2
Online
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Seattle Rotary Club, Seattle, Washington March 21, 1990 3
Online
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University of Puget Sound Law School, Seattle, Washington March 21, 1990 4
Online
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Greater Spokane Substance Abuse Council Luncheon, Spokane, Washington March 22, 1990 5
Online
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Stanford Law Review 1990 Annual Spring Banquet, Stanford, CA March 22, 1990 6
Online
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Commonwealth Club of CA, San Francisco, CA March 23, 1990 7
Online
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"The Rule of Law in the Soviet Union: How Democracy Might Work" The Louis Caplan Lecture, University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Pittsburgh, PA April 3, 1990 8
Online
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"The Rule of Law in the Soviet Union: How Democracy Might Work," World Affairs Council of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA April 4, 1990 9
Online
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FBI. Medal of Valor Ceremony, Washington, DC April 10, 1990 10
Online
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"The War on Drugs: a View to VA's Summit," VA Summit on Drugs Banquet, Richmond, VA April 16, 1990 11
Online
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Organization of American States Ministerial Conference on Illicit Drug Use and Production of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, Ixtapa, Mexico April 19, 1990 12
Online
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"Seven Deadly White Collar Crimes," TX Bar Association's Conference on White Collar Crime Luncheon, San Antonio, TX April 21, 1990 13
Online
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"White Collar Crime: the Nature of the Threat," Dallas Friday Group Luncheon, Dallas, TX April 23, 1990 14
Online
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Department of Justice Earth Day 1990 Ceremony, Washington, DC April 24, 1990 15
Online
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Senate Appropriations Subcommittee, Washington, DC April 26, 1990 16
Online
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"Goals in the War on Drugs," SC Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee, Columbia, SC April 30, 1990 17
Online
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"Objectives in the War on Drugs," Governor's Conference on Substance Abuse, Albuquerque, NM May 2, 1990 18
Online
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"Kids and Crime," Annual Meeting of the NM Council on Crime and Delinquency, Albuquerque, NM May 2, 1990 19
Online
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U.S. and Mexico Border States Attorney General Conference, Santa Fe, NM May 3, 1990 20
Online
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Senate Judiciary Committee, Washington, DC May 8, 1990 21
Online
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Department of Justice Asian/Pacific American Heritage Program, Washington, DC May 9, 1990 22
Online
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"The Reach of the Law," Stark County Bar Association Law Day Breakfast, Canton, OH May 11, 1990 23
Online
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"Money Laundering," City Club Forum Luncheon, Cleveland, OH May 11, 1990 7441
Online
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1990 Graduating Class The OH State University College of Law, Columbus, OH May 12, 1990 2
Online
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60th Anniversary of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Washington, DC May 14, 1990 3
Online
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National Drug Conference, Washington, DC May 15, 1990 4
Online
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House Judiciary Committee, Washington, DC May 16, 1990 5
Online
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1990 Graduating Class Villanova University School of Law, Villanova, PA May 18, 1990 6
Online
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"The Rule of Law and Your Life in the Law," 1990 Graduating Class Catholic University of America Law School, Washington, DC May 26, 1990 7
Online
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1990 Graduating Class University of Scranton, Scranton, PA May 27, 1990 8
Online
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DEA Annual Memorial Day Observance, Washington, DC May 29, 1990 9
Online
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National Executive Institute Associates/Major City Chiefs Conference, Lake of the Ozarks, MO May 30, 1990 10
Online
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Ceremony in Honor of the 100th Anniversary of the Sherman Act, Washington, DC June 22, 1990 11
Online
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United States Trustees Conference, Washington, DC June 26, 1990 12
Online
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"Doing Our Duty, Pledging Our Values," National Sheriff's Association Annual Conference, Denver, CO June 26, 1990 13
Online
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"White Collar Crime: the Nature of the Threat," Merchants and Manufacturers Association, Los Angeles, CA June 27, 1990 14
Online
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"The Rule of Law in the Soviet Union: How Democracy Might Work," San Diego World Affairs Council Dinner, San Diego, CA June 27, 1990 15
Online
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"The Reach of the Law," Lincoln Club of Orange County Luncheon, Irvine, CA June 28, 1990 16
Online
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"The Rule of Law in the Soviet Union: a Necessary Framework for Democratic Reform," Heritage Foundation, Washington, DC July 10, 1990 17
Online
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Eighth Circuit Judicial Conference, Kansas City, MO July 20, 1990 18
Online
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Senate Judiciary Committee, Washington, DC July 24, 1990 19
Online
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"Box Score on the Savings and Loans," National Press Club, Washington, DC July 25, 1990 20
Online
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Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, Washington, DC August 2, 1990 21
Online
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"The Rule of Law in Today's World: a Necessary Framework for Democratic Reform," Opening Assembly of the 1990 Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association, Chicago, IL August 6, 1990 7451
Online
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"Supreme Court Choices," Legal Forum Luncheon of the Lincoln Legal Foundation, Chicago, IL August 20, 1990 2
Online
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Conference of Attorneys General of Asia and the Pacific Region, Seoul, South Korea September 4, 1990 3
Online
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Dinner in Honor of the 100th Anniversary of the Sherman Act and of Pepper, Hamilton and Scheetz, Washington, DC September 10, 1990 4
Online
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Judicial Conference of the United States, Washington, DC September 12, 1990 5
Online
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"The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): What it Means to All Americans," Emily Rose Peeke Lecture, N. Neal Pike Institute for the Handicapped, Boston University School of Law, Boston, MA September 14, 1990 6
Online
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Department of Justice National Hispanic Heritage Month Program, Washington, DC September 19, 1990 7
Online
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"The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): What it Means to All Americans," Temple University School of Law Conference on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Philadelphia, PA September 24, 1990 8
Online
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"A 'Brandeis Brief' on 'Other People's Money': the 'Living Law' in the 1990s," University of Louisville School of Law Inaugural Louis D. Brandeis Lecture, Louisville, KY October 2, 1990 9
Online
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"The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): What it Means to All Americans," Business Week Annual Symposium of Chief Executive Officers on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Washington, DC October 12, 1990 10
Online
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Proceedings in the Supreme Court of the United States in Memory of Justice Goldberg, Washington, DC October 15, 1990 11
Online
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American Stock Exchange Tenth Annual Washington Briefing, Washington, DC October 15, 1990 12
Online
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First International Conference on Literacy and Corrections, Ottawa, Canada October 17, 1990 13
Online
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Kansas City Crime Commission's 41st Annual Luncheon, Kansas City, MO October 25, 1990 14
Online
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"The Rule of Law in the Soviet Union: a Necessary Framework for Democratic Reform," International Advisory Committee of the Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, NY October 29, 1990 15
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Chemical Action Task Force Meeting, Washington, DC October 30, 1990 16
Online
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Department of Justice Ceremony in Honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, Washington, DC October 30, 1990 17
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"Prosecutors and the Press in the Search for 'the Truth, the Whole Truth and Nothing but the Truth'," Associated Press Managing Editors Association, Dallas, TX October 31, 1990 18
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"The United Nations Drug Enforcement Convention," Third Committee 45th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, New York, NY November 2, 1990 19
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"The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): Full Citizenship for Persons with Mental Retardation," Fortieth Anniversary Convention of the Association for Retarded Citizens of the United States, Tampa, FL November 8, 1990 20
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"Values: Our First Line of Defense," Hillsborough County Bar Association, Tampa, FL November 8, 1990 21
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"Kids and Crime," National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges at the Annual Midby-Byron Distinguished Leadership Awards Dinner, University of NE, Reno, NE November 9, 1990 22
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Annual Memorial Service for F.B.I. Special Agents, Washington, DC November 14, 1990 7461
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"The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): Overcoming Barriers to Independence," National Easter Seal Society Convention, Baltimore, MD November 16, 1990 2
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"Targeting Minority Groups...for Effective Voting," Annual Banquet of the Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, San Antonio, TX November 17, 1990 3
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"Law and Values in a Changing World," Lawyers Club of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA November 20, 1990 4
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"The Rule of Law in Eastern Europe," Fourth Annual Lawyers Convention of the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies, New Orleans, LA November 30, 1990 5
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President's Volunteer Tort Law Reform Initiative Program, Washington, DC December 13, 1990 6
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"Our Blue Planet: a Law Enforcement Challenge," 1991 Environmental Law Enforcement Conference, New Orleans, LA January 8, 1991 7
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Department of Justice Ceremony in Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Washington, DC January 15, 1991 8
Online
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"The Rule of Law...at Home and Abroad," Annual Dinner of Pepperdine University School of Law, Beverly Hills, CA February 2, 1991 9
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"White Collar Crime: Cause and Effect," Town Hall of CA, Beverly Hills, CA February 4, 1991 10
Online
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"Law Enforcement in the 1990s: Dawn of a New Decade," CA Police Chiefs Association 1991 Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA February 4, 1991 11
Online
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Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources U.S. concerning S.244 the Puerto Rico Status Referendum Act, Washington, DC February 7, 1991 12
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Department of Justice's 39th Annual Attorney General Awards Ceremony, Washington, DC February 8, 1991 13
Online
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"White Collar Crime: Cause and Effect," 42nd Fordham Law Alumni Annual Luncheon, New York, NY March 2, 1991 14
Online
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"An Anti-crime Coalition for America's Communities," Opening Assembly of the Attorney General's Summit on Law Enforcement Responses to Violent Crime: Public Safety in the Nineties, Washington, DC March 4, 1991 15
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Attorney General's Summit on Law Enforcement Responses to Violent Crime: Public Safety in the Nineties, Washington, DC March 5, 1991 16
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House Appropriations Subcommittee, Washington, DC March 7, 1991 17
Online
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"Values and Law in a New World Order," 54th Annual Supreme Court Day Banquet of Drake University School of Law, Des Moines, IA March 9, 1991 18
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Opening Session of the Judicial Conference of the United States, Washington, DC March 12, 1991 19
Online
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Public Hearing on Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Regulations, Washington, DC March 13, 1991 20
Online
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Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on the Departments of Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary and Related Agencies, U.S. Senate, concerning Department of Justice Appropriations, Washington, DC March 14, 1991 21
Online
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National Newspaper Association's 30th Annual Government Affairs Conference, Washington, DC March 15, 1991 7471
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General Session of the U.S. Attorney's Conference, Savannah, GA March 26, 1991 2
Online
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Bureau of Prisons' Conference on the History of Federal Corrections, Washington, DC March 28, 1991 3
Online
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Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Senate, concerning S 635 the Comprehensive Violent Crime Control Act of 1991, Washington, DC April 18, 1991 4
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Department of Justice Tribute to Attorney General William French Smith, Washington, DC April 19, 1991 5
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"Cracking Down on Violent Crime," Fifth National Meeting on Crime and Drugs of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, Washington, DC April 23, 1991 6
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Department of Justice Points of Light National Celebration of Community Service, Washington, DC April 26, 1991 7
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"Cracking Down on Violent Crime," Law Enforcement Appreciation Day Luncheon of the Citizens Crime Commission of Delaware Valley, Philadelphia, PA May 1, 1991 8
Online
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Joint Session of the AL Legislature, Montgomery, AL May 2, 1991 9
Online
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Unedited Transcript, Nassau County Bar Association Annual Dinner, Uniondale, New York May 11, 1991 10
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Unedited Transcript, Agudath Israel of America's 69th Annual Humanitarian Dinner, New York, NY May 12, 1991 11
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" 'Fast-tracking' the Rule of Law: Our Most Valuable Export," Dean's Weekend Symposium on Challenges to Democracy at Home and Abroad at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, MA May 17, 1991 12
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"The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): Overcoming Barriers in the Workplace," Annual Meeting of the President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities, Dallas, TX May 22, 1991 13
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Unedited Transcript, Vote America Briefing Session, Washington, DC May 23, 1991 14
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Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force National Conference, Wesley Chapel, FL May 31, 1991 15
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Annual Memorial Service for Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agents, Washington, DC June 4, 1991 16
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"Cracking Down on Violent Crime: the President's Crime Bill," Annual Meeting of the Kansas Bar Association, Wichita, Kansas June 6, 1991 17
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"Crime Victims and the President's Crime Bill," Annual Conference of the FL Network of Victim Witness Services, Daytona Beach Shores, FL June 11, 1991 18
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"Working Together to Tackle the Drug Problem," Second National Conference on State and Local Drug Policy, Washington, DC June 18, 1991 19
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"Cooperation and Compassion in the Cause of Justice," Sixth Annual LECC/Victim-witness Coordinators' Training Conference, Atlanta, GA June 19, 1991 20
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National Conference on Improving the Quality of Criminal History Records, Washington, DC June 20, 1991 21
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"The President's Crime Bill: Making the Case for Victims of Violent Crime," Annual Conference of the National District Attorneys Association, Tucson, AZ July 15, 1991 22
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House Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, Washington, DC July 25, 1991 23
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"Final Regulations for the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): a New Beginning," First Anniversary of the Signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, Washington, DC July 26, 1991 24
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Attorney General of the United States as His Farewell Ceremony, Washington, DC (and handwritten draft) August 15, 1991 25
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Subseries  2. News Releases 

Scope and Contents note

The Thornburgh archive includes paper copies of news releases from the entire Department of Justice during Thornburgh's three years as Attorney General. However, only those news releases published by the Office of the Attorney General and some fewer from departments within the Department of Justice (DOJ) issuing news related to the actions and decisions of Attorney General Thornburgh are available for online use, 425 total. Some of the departmental releases are from, for example: Bureau of Justice Assistance, Bureau of Justice Statistics, Civil Division, Criminal Division, Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys, and the Office of Justice Programs. The White House, itself, also issued some relevant news releases that also are included online.

These news releases provide a wide variety of detailed and interesting information regarding white-collar crime, war on drugs, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), rule of law, savings and loan scandal, organized crime, the arrest of Manuel Noriega, the indictments of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos, and statistics regarding grants to states for the war on drugs. These news releases also contain statements, addresses, and remarks by Thornburgh before Congress, conferences, or councils, some which are not included in the formal speech files online.

The date range of the releases is July 1988-August 1991. The releases are filed chronologically by month, and in a few cases half-month. When searching the releases it is advisable to use the abbreviations list for the DOJ departments that is available here.

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 July, 1988 7481
 1. President Reagan announces intent to nominate Thornburgh as Attorney General (AG), succeeding Edwin Meese (White House News Release), July 12, 1988 Online
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 August 1-31, 1988 2
 1. Department of Justice (DOJ) announces administration decided not to appeal decision that allowed Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) mission at the UN in NY to remain open, August 29, 1988 Online
 2. AG Thornburgh announces results of 30-nation cooperative drug law enforcement effort, August 30, 1988 Online
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 September 1-15, 1988 3
 1. AG Thornburgh announces appointments of Executive Assistant and four Assistants to his staff, September 6, 1988 Online
 2. AG Thornburgh announces appointment of Robert B. Schneider as administrative law judge to preside over proceedings of illegal immigration employment practices (Criminal Division), September 13, 1988 Online
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 September 16-30, 1988 4
 1. AG Thornburgh announces second group of US Attorney offices to participate in private counsel debt collection pilot program (Justice Management Division), September 16, 1988 Online
 2. AG Thornburgh announces appointment of Loye W. Miller as Director of Public Affairs for the DOJ, September 19, 1988 Online
 3. AG Thornburgh extends date for submitting requests for hearing regarding Joint Operating Arrangement (JOA) between 2 California papers, Manteca News and Manteca Bulletin (Justice Management Division), September 21, 1988 Online
 4. AG Thornburgh's statement on American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), September 22, 1988 Online
 5. AG Thornburgh statement regarding H.R. 5210, Anti-drug bill, September 23, 1988 Online
 6. AG Thornburgh announces appointment of two additional members to his staff, Alvin Schall and Barry Stern, September 26, 1988 Online
 7. AG announces Senate passed tough child pornography and obscenity statute requested by DOJ and introduced by Senator Thurmond, September 28, 1988 Online
 8. AG Thornburgh statement on FBI agents, September 30, 1988 Online
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 October 1-15, 1988 5
 1. AG Thornburgh expressed pleasure at the Senate's confirmation of Deputy Attorney General Christensen, Associate Attorney General Keating, and Assistant Attorney General Dennis for Criminal Division, October 5, 1988 Online
 2. AG Thornburgh reviewed Office of Legal Counsel opinion on federal anti-discrimination laws to victims of AIDS virus, October 6, 1988 Online
 3. AG Thornburgh announced the appointment of Dr. Henry Curry as Director of DOJ's Asylum Policy and Review Unit, October 6, 1988 Online
 4. AG announced arrest of more than 121 persons in nationwide crackdown on alleged drug rings, October 13, 1988 Online
 5. AG's statement regarding Senate's passage of drug bill, October 14, 1988 Online
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 October 16-31, 1988 6
 1. AG's statement regarding slaying of New York City undercover police officer by drug traffickers underscoring need for increased use of capital punishment in drug-related killings, October 19, 1988 Online
 2. AG Thornburgh statement regarding Congress' passage of Federal Employees Reform and Tort Compensation Act of 1988 (H.R. 4612), October 21, 1988 Online
 3. US Attorney in the Southern District of New York announced indictment of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos, A. Khashoggi, 7 other individuals, and CA Overseas Bank on racketeering charges and other crimes, October 21, 1988 Online
 4. AG's statement regarding President's veto of Whistleblower Protection Act of 1988, October 26, 1988 Online
 5. AG announced he directed the expenditure of $95.4 million in forfeited assets from proceeds of drug traffickers and organized crime figures to be recycled to build new federal prison space, October 26, 1988 Online
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 November 1-15, 1988 7
 1. AG's statement regarding election fraud, November 4, 1988 Online
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 November 16-31, 1988 8
 1. AG's statement regarding the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, November 18, 1988 Online
 2. AG departs for Europe to meet with top law enforcement officials and to participate in an international anti-terrorism conference, November 28, 1988 Online
 3. AG extended deadline for submitting initial written comments and requests for a hearing concerning application for joint operating arrangements (JOA) filed by Manteca News and Manteca Bulletin, November 30, 1988 Online
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 December 1-15, 1988 9
 1. AG's statement regarding problems presented by growing number of Soviet applications for refugee status in the US, December 8, 1988 Online
 2. AG Thornburgh met Greek Justice Minister Vasos Rotis to express US government's deep concern with the Justice Minister's decision to free Abu Nidal terrorist, Al-Zumar, December 8, 1988 Online
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 December 16-31, 1988 10
 1. Michael S. Bernstein, Assistant Deputy Director of Office of Special Investigations, was a victim lost in Pan Am World Airways Flight 130 crash, December 22, 1988 Online
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 January 1-15, 1989 11
 1. Independent Counsel informed AG of plan to dismiss Counts 1 and 2 of indictment in the US v. Oliver North case, January 5, 1989 Online
 2. AG announced appointment of Benito Romano as interim US Attorney for Southern District of New York replacing Rudolph W. Giuliani who submitted his resignation, January 10, 1989 Online
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 January 16-31, 1989 12
 1. Under direction of AG, DOJ's Office of Professional Responsibility released report concluding its review of independent counsel's report of former AG Meese, January 17, 1989 Online
 2. AG's statement regarding the Supreme Court upholding constitutionality of sentencing guidelines, January 18, 1989 Online
 3. AG extended deadline for submitting initial written comments and requests for hearing concerning application for a joint operating arrangement (JOA) filed by Manteca News and Manteca Bulletin, January 26, 1989 Online
 5. AG announced appointment of Jeremiah O'Sullivan as interim US Attorney for District of MA, January 30, 1989 Online
 5. AG announced formation of Securities and Commodities Fraud Task Force in six US Attorney offices across country, pledging increased effort against white collar criminals who defraud investors, January 31, 1989 Online
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 February 1-15, 1989 13
 1. AG announced appointment of four new members of Attorney General's Advisory Committee of US Attorneys, February 1, 1989 Online
 2. AG's statement regarding President Bush's 'kinder, gentler America', February 4, 1989 Online
 3. AG authorized government attorneys to file an appeal in the Oliver North case to the US Supreme Court, February 10, 1989 Online
 4. DOJ and Opportunities Industrialization Centers joined in a motion in US v. Oliver North case relating to national security interests, February 12, 1989 Online
 5. AG's statement regarding the Oliver North case, February 15, 1989 Online
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 February 16-28, 1989 14
 1. AG's statement regarding updating the nation's antitrust laws in order to keep American businesses competitive in the global economy, February 22, 1989 Online
 2. AG and Secretary of the Treasury Brady jointly announced culmination of largest drug money-laundering investigation ever conducted by US law enforcement agencies (Criminal Division), February 22, 1989 Online
 3. AG recommended to President Bush that William Lucas be nominated as Assistant Attorney General in charge of Civil Rights Division, February 24, 1989 Online
 4. AG told nation's governors state and local agencies are budgeted to receive $326 million from federal government to help in fight against drugs and crime next fiscal year, February 27, 1989 Online
 5. DOJ filed motion to intervene in private housing discrimination suit in Mississippi, supporting civil rights plaintiffs challenging a zoning ordinance, February 27, 1989 Online
 6. AG announced publication of DOJ's Ethics Handbook, designed to summarize in plain language the laws and regulations governing conduct of DOJ employees, February 28, 1989 Online
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 March 1-15, 1989 15
 1. AG departs for South America in order to discuss cooperative efforts in the war against drugs, March 6, 1989 Online
 2. DOJ reached an agreement with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters providing for a wide ranging reform of the union (Criminal Division), March 13, 1989 Online
 3. AG announced that DOJ filed the first federal housing discrimination lawsuits under the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, March 13, 1989 Online
 4. AG's statement regarding the guilty verdict in the Fawaz Yunis case, March 14, 1989 Online
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 March 16-31, 1989 16
 1. AG and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Administrator Lawn announced $250,000 award for information leading to the apprehension of Constable "Gus" Farace, wanted in connection with the murder of DEA agent Everett E. Hatcher (Criminal Division), March 16, 1989 Online
 2. AG's statement regarding the Supreme Court's decision in two drug testing cases, March 21, 1989 Online
 3. AG announced appointment of Stephen Markman as interim US Attorney for the Eastern District of MI, succeeding Roy Hayes, March 27, 1989 Online
 4. AG announced appointment of Thomas Boyd as Director of new DOJ Office of Policy Development, March 28, 1989 Online
 5. AG announced the culmination of "Operation Polar Cap," a federal investigation of the billion-dollar money-laundering ring with links to the Medellin Cartel, March 29, 1989 Online
 6. AG announced Josef Eckert's deportation to Austria on the basis of his WWII service as an armed SS guard at Auschwitz, March 29, 1989 Online
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 April 1-15, 1989 17
 1. AG's statement regarding the Supreme Court's drug courier "profile" decision, April 3, 1989 Online
 2. AG extended the deadline for submitting comments and requests for a hearing regarding the application for a joint operating arrangement (JOA) filed by Manteca News and Manteca Bulletin (Antitrust Division), April 4, 1989 Online
 3. AG announced Special Immigration Protection Act of 1989, April 5, 1989 Online
 4. Press advisory regarding closing ceremonies of four day meeting of Italian-American Working Group featuring brief remarks by AG and Italian Minister Gava (Criminal Division), April 5, 1989 Online
 5. AG announced enhanced federal effort in the Washington, D.C. area to deal with what President Bush properly termed the "scourge" of drugs, April 10, 1989 Online
 6. AG announced he suspended the order providing for appointment of independent counsel to conduct investigations and prosecutions for wrongdoing by members of Congress and ordered the Criminal Division and US Attorneys to reassume jurisdiction, April 12, 1989 Online
 7. AG honored seven people for outstanding contributions in assisting victims of crime at an awards ceremony commemorating National Crime Victims Week (Office of Justice Programs), April 12, 1989 Online
 8. AG filed a statement following his meeting with Enrique Alvarez del Castillo, AG of Mexico, April 14, 1989 Online
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 April 16-30, 1989 18
 1. AG pledged to continue the effort to help Americans with mental retardation and developmental disabilities, April 20, 1989 Online
 2. Press advisory issued regarding the Los Angeles Gang Drug Task Force briefing the AG on gang drug trafficking, April 21, 1989 Online
 3. AG's statement regarding the return of Roman Salcido Bojorquez to the US, April 21, 1989 Online
 4. AG announced award of $118.8 million anti-drug abuse grants to the fifty states, five territorial governments, and the District of Columbia, April 23, 1989 Online
 5. AG welcomed President Bush's announcement to nominate William Lucas as Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights, April 25, 1989 Online
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 May 1-15, 1989 19
 1. AG announced the distribution of $29 million seized from drug traffickers for the use in the nation's war on drugs, May 4, 1989 Online
 2. AG departs to meet law enforcement representatives from European countries at the TREVI anti-terrorism conference in Madrid, Spain, May 8, 1989 Online
 3. AG urges 'get tough' policy on white collar criminals at a conference of trial attorneys and judges in New Orleans, May 8, 1989 Online
 4. AG praised the Greek Supreme Court for its decision to extradite Mohammed Rashid to the US to stand trial for the 1982 midair blast aboard a Pan Am airliner, May 12, 1989 Online
 5. AG extended the deadline for submitting written comments and requests for a hearing regarding the application for a joint operating arrangement (JOA) by York Daily Record and the York Dispatch/York Daily Sunday News (Justice Management Division), May 15, 1989 Online
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 May 16-31, 1989 20
 1. AG announced appointment of Robert S. Mueller, III as an assistant to the AG, May 16, 1989 Online
 2. DOJ announced the resignation of Henry G. Barr as an assistant to the AG, May 16, 1989 Online
 3. AG issued a statement regarding the guilty finding and life sentence imposed on Mudhammed Ali Hamadei, Lebanese terrorist who hijacked a TWA airliner, May 17, 1989 Online
 4. DOJ announced resignation of Harold G. Christensen as Deputy Attorney General, May 22, 1989 Online
 5. AG's statement regarding the conviction of three former executives of Commodore Savings Association of Dallas on bank fraud charges and violations of federal election laws, May 26, 1989 Online
 6. AG made available a copy of the letter sent to William Gray, III regarding the Department's investigation into leaks within DOJ, May 31, 1989 Online
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 June 1-15, 1989 21
 1. AG announced Edward Dennis, Jr., Assistant Attorney General of the Criminal Division, will also become acting Deputy Attorney General, June 1, 1989 Online
 2. AG directed Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) to extend up to 1 year the visas of citizens of the Peoples' Republic of China currently staying in the US, June 6, 1989 Online
 3. AG and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Reilly announced a tentative agreement reached with Nassau County, NY to end ocean dumping of sewage sludge in the Atlantic (Land and Natural Resources), June 6, 1989 Online
 4. Office of Redress Administration proposed regulations to be published in federal register, June 8, 1989 Online
 5. AG hails anti-drug efforts in the DC Metropolitan area, June 9, 1989 Online
 6. AG's statement assessing the Dallas Bank Fraud Task Force's accomplishments, June 13, 1989 Online
 7. AG spoke before Galveston County Bar Association about violent crime and the President's Crime Bill, June 13, 1989 Online
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 June 16-30, 1989 22
 1. AG called on US Senate to move expeditiously in its review of a major international drug control treaty, June 19, 1989 Online
 2. AG announced specifics of his plans for reorganization of the DOJ's efforts to combat organized crime elements across the nation, June 19, 1989 Online
 3. AG sent a directive regarding the investigation of fraud against the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), June 21, 1989 Online
 4. Testifying on behalf of the Bush Administration, AG pledged the Administration's full support for comprehensive civil rights legislation for persons with disabilities, June 22, 1989 Online
 5. AG praised Supreme Court's decision on the federal asset forfeiture law, June 22, 1989 Online
 6. AG announced that the Department opposed the merger of the AMR Corp and Delta Air Lines, Inc. computer reservation systems (Antitrust Division), June 22, 1989 Online
 7. AG and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Reilly announced tentative agreement reached with NYC and Westchester County to end dumping sewage sludge in the Atlantic, June 23, 1989 Online
 8. DOJ ruled that Orlando Bosch-Avila be excluded from the US and his request for asylum be denied based on his record of international terrorist acts, June 23, 1989 Online
 9. AG announced appointment of James Buck to serve as Acting Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) Commissioner replacing Alan Nelson who resigned, June 26, 1989 Online
 10. AG ruled that Joseph Doherty, Provisional Irish Republican Army (PIRA) member, may not be permitted to continue immigration proceedings to avoid deportation and seek political asylum in US, June 30, 1989 Online
 11. AG's statement regarding the Court of Appeals opinion in Harmon v. Thornburgh, which challenges DOJ's random drug testing program for employees, June 30, 1989 Online
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 July 1-15, 1989 23
 1. AG's statement regarding Supreme Court's decision in the case of William Webster et al. v. Reproductive Health Services, et al., July 3, 1989 Online
 2. AG announced three former Dallas Savings and Loans executives agreed to plead guilty to fraud charges, while charges have been filed against a fourth party, July 5, 1989 Online
 3. AG released the exchange of letters between himself and Robert B. Fiske, Jr., July 6, 1989 Online
 4. AG addressed graduates of the FBI Academy's New Agents Training Unit, July 7, 1989 Online
 5. AG presented checks totaling nearly $1 million, representing cash seized from drug dealers and money launderers, to three Los Angeles police departments, July 10, 1989 Online
 6. AG announced federal grand jury in Guam indicted forty-six members of large international heroin and marijuana distribution organization (USA-Guam), July 12, 1989 Online
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 July 16-30, 1989 24
 1. AG announced special federal-local law enforcement operation in Washington/Baltimore metro area arrested 456 violent drug offenders, July 17, 1989 Online
 2. Justice moves to improve Forest Haven, the District of Columbia's facility for the mentally retarded, July 17, 1989 Online
 3. AG called for tougher prosecution of polluters at Annual Meeting of the Association of District Attorneys, Portland, ME, July 19, 1989 Online
 4. AG's statement regarding the nomination of William Lucas, July 21, 1989 Online
 5. AG called attention to a Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) report regarding number of offenders convicted of federal crimes in US District Courts, July 23, 1989 Online
 6. AG recommended increasing the maximum fine to $10 million for corporate antitrust offenders in criminal cases, July 24, 1989 Online
 7. AG announced final implementing regulations aimed at halting the export of chemicals used in producing illegal drugs was approved by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), July 25, 1989 Online
 8. AG announced that federal prosecutors secured the convictions of 1,067 individuals on corruption offenses in 1988, July 26, 1989 Online
 9. National Institute of Justice (NIJ) announced that 45-82% of men and women arrested in 14 major cities during the last quarter of 1988 tested positive for at least one illegal drug, July 30, 1989 Online
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 August 1-15, 1989 25
 1. AG's statement expressing his disappointment in the Senate Judiciary's vote on William Lucas for Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights, August 1, 1989 Online
 2. AG extended the deadline for comments and hearing requests for a joint operating arrangement (JOA) between Manteca News and Manteca Bulletin, August 1, 1989 Online
 3. AG announced indictments against 46 brokers for illegal floor trading practices at the Chicago Board of Trade and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, August 2, 1989 Online
 4. AG's statement regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), August 2, 1989 Online
 5. AG called on US Senate to move expeditiously in its review of a major international drug control treaty, August 2, 1989 Online
 6. AG unveils structure of major drug trafficking organizations, August 3, 1989 Online
 7. AG announced strengthened U.S.-Mexico commitment to prosecute drug traffickers, August 7, 1989 Online
 8. Citing the need for DOJ to give priority to international law enforcement, AG plans to establish an Office of International Affairs within DOJ, August 8, 1989 Online
 9. AG announced appointment of William Lucas as Director of Office of Liaison Services, August 11, 1989 Online
 10. AG announced first international sharing of seized drug trafficking profits with Canada and Switzerland, August 14, 1989 Online
 11. AG announced that 900 indictments naming 3,000 defendants were returned last year as a result of investigations and prosecutions by DOJ Drug Enforcement Task Forces, August 14, 1989 Online
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 August 16-31, 1989 26
 1. AG presented checks totaling more than $1 million to local law enforcement agencies from DOJ's Asset Forfeiture Fund Program to help fight drug trafficking and violence, August 17, 1989 Online
 2. AG announced he is furnishing a "dozen most wanted list" of drug trafficking kingpins facing charges in the US to the Colombian government, August 22, 1989 Online
 3. DOJ announced that FBI is conducting an investigation of the gas bomb explosion at NAACP headquarters in Atlanta, GA, August 22, 1989 Online
 4. AG announced that DOJ and State have agreed to offer Colombia a $2 million program designed to assist that government in protecting judges and others, August 23, 1989 Online
 5. AG identified "the enormous appetite of American drug users" as a major contributing factor to instability in Colombia, August 25, 1989 Online
 6. AG met with Colombian government officials headed by Minister of Justice Monica de Greiff to discuss the current situation in Colombia, August 28, 1989 Online
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 September 1-15, 1989 27
 1. DOJ released background information on the "Dozen Most Wanted" Colombian drug defendants, September 5, 1989 Online
 2. DOJ announced Patrick King, former President of Vernon Savings and Loan Association of Texas, was found guilty on 13 counts of conspiracy, September 5, 1989 Online
 3. AG's statement regarding President Bush's speech announcing a National Drug Policy Strategy, September 6, 1989 Online
 4. AG's statement regarding Eduardo Martinez Romero's extradition to the US from Colombia, September 6, 1989 Online
 5. AG's statement concerning the conviction of Juan Matta Ballesteros in Los Angeles on 7 counts of drug violations, September 6, 1989 Online
 6. AG announced the 1988 winners of the Young American Medal Awards for Bravery and Service, September 10, 1989 Online
 7. AG identified "the enormous appetite of American drug users" as a major contributing factor to instability in Colombia and violence in the US, September 12, 1989 Online
 8. DOJ announced that the US Bankruptcy Court in NY approved a settlement agreement with LTV Corporation in connection with student loan programs (Civil Division), September 13, 1989 Online
 9. AG and Prince Bola Ajibola of Nigeria signed a Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLAT) which allows both countries to better deal with international crime, September 13, 1989 Online
 10. AG announced he instructed Immigration Naturalization Service (INS) to undertake an immediate reevaluation of all remaining cases of Soviet emigres in Italy, September 14, 1989 Online
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 September 16-30, 1989 28
 1. AG announced that 14 law firms will join the federal government's campaign to collect delinquent debts due the US under the Federal Debt Recovery Act of 1986, September 18, 1989 Online
 2. AG announced that President Bush will participate in the celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the Office of the AG, September 21, 1989 Online
 3. AG and the Swiss and Canadian Ambassadors to the US formally concluded the first international sharing of seized drug trafficking profits, September 21, 1989 Online
 4. A court appointed trustee for the US Bankruptcy Court in San Francisco was charged with embezzling almost $1.9 million from debtors' funds (Executive Office of US Trustees), September 25, 1989 Online
 5. AG extended the deadline for submitting comments and hearing for Las Vegas Sun and Las Vegas Review-Journal, September 26, 1989 Online
 6. AG transfers drug dealers' booty for prisons, September 27, 1989 Online
 7. Sixteen charged in Dallas "Skinhead" incidents, September 30, 1989 Online
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 October 1-15, 1989 29
 1. AG praised Colombian Supreme Court's decision unfolding the legality of President Barco's emergency decree allowing extradition of drug traffickers, October 4, 1989 Online
 2. AG departs for a five day trip to Moscow to discuss law enforcement and administration of justice issues, October 13, 1989 Online
 3. AG's statement regarding the extradition of three Colombians to the US: Ann Rodriguez de Tamayo, Roberto Peter Carlini, and Bernardo Pelaez Roldan, October 14, 1989 Online
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 October 16-31, 1989 30
 1. AG announced that his meetings with Soviet officials have led to agreements on US and USSR cooperation in several major law enforcement areas, October 20, 1989 Online
 2. AG's statement regarding US Senate action giving advice and consent to an Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLAT) with Mexico, Canada, and the UK, October 25, 1989 Online
 3. AG presented a check for $72,000 to the Honolulu Police Department from DOJ's Asset Forfeiture Fund program to help fight illegal drug trafficking, October 25, 1989 Online
 4. AG announced that he ordered the transfer of $43,247,795 from DOJ's Asset Forfeiture Fund to the Bureau of Prison for new prison cells, October 25, 1989 Online
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 November 1-15, 1989 31
 1. AG announced that DOJ awarded grants totaling more than $700,000 to six states to develop assistance services for victims of federal crimes in Indian country (Office for Victims of Crime), November 1, 1989 Online
 2. AG's statement regarding a letter received from a majority of the Democratic members of the House Judiciary Committee on priority of investigations and prosecutions of HUD cases, November 2, 1989 Online
 3. AG said that DOJ filed 41 cases of racial violence in fiscal year, more than twice the number filed in any previous fiscal year, November 2, 1989 Online
 4. AG's statement regarding the Bureau of Prisoners assuming custody of 800 inmates in Camp Hill, November 3, 1989 Online
 5. AG announced a $50 million increase in the amount of governmental fraud judgments and settlements obtained by the Civil Division (Civil Division), November 7, 1989 Online
 6. AG congratulates Bolivia on major drug trafficker operation, November 9, 1989 Online
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 November 16-30, 1989 32
 1. AG distributed nearly $4.6 million from DOJ's Asset Forfeiture Fund to the Houston Police Department, November 17, 1989 Online
 2. AG's address before the Council of Jewish Federations, Cincinnati, OH, November 18, 1989 Online
 3. AG extended deadlines for filings in the Las Vegas Sun and Las Vegas Review Journal joint operating arrangement (JOA), November 20, 1989 Online
 4. AG sent a letter to VP Dan Quayle and Speaker of the House, Thomas Foley regarding firearms, November 20, 1989 Online
 5. DOJ announced the indictment of Marilyn L Harrell, former HUD agent, on embezzlement charges, November 21, 1989 Online
 6. AG's statement regarding the Joseph Fernandez case, November 22, 1989 Online
 7. AG praised the US Senate for its ratification of the United Nations Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs/Psychotropic Substances, November 22, 1989 Online
 8. AG's statement regarding the Joseph Fernandez case, November 24, 1989 Online
 9. AG's statement regarding the Bureau of Prisons media regulations, November 29, 1989 Online
 10. AG's statement regarding DOJ's 30% increase in law enforcement resources, November 29, 1989 Online
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 December 1-15, 1989 33
 1. AG praised the President and Congress for action on ten key DOJ initiatives approved during the recently concluded legislative session, December 5, 1989 Online
 2. AG announced the freezing of bank accounts in five countries of Rodriquez Gacha, Medellin Cartel's kingpin, December 6, 1989 Online
 3. AG announced plans for a "27 city attack on Savings and Loans loan fraud" by deploying 400 additional federal prosecutors, FBI agents, and accounting personnel, December 7, 1989 Online
 4. AG announced the appointment of Laurence A. Urgenson as Chief of the Fraud Section of the Criminal Division, December 7, 1989 Online
 5. AG departs for a six day European trip to meet with his law enforcement counterparts on anti-drug, money laundering, and terrorism matters, December 8, 1989 Online
 6. AG announced the award of $1.6 million to South Carolina to provide emergency assistance to enforcement authorities in connection with Hurricane Hugo (Office of Justice Programs), December 8, 1989 Online
 7. Address by the AG before the members of Parliament House of Commons in London, England, December 13, 1989 Online
 8. AG announced the appointment of five new members to the AG's Advisory Committee of US Attorneys, December 14, 1989 Online
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 December 16-31, 1989 34
 1. AG regarding four recent bomb incidents in the South, December 19, 1989 Online
 2. AG announced his plan to strengthen the Department's efforts to combat organized crime, December 27, 1989 Online
 3. AG sent a letter regarding the investigation into the unauthorized disclosure of information concerning US Rep William Gray, III, December 29, 1989 Online
 4. AG announced a four-fold increase, to $39.7 million in federal anti-drug funds, provided to California for state and local drug law enforcement (Bureau of Justice Assistance), December 29, 1989 Online
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 January 1-15, 1990 35
 1. Deputy Attorney General Donald Ayer announced the appointment of Peter Nowinski as Chief Associate Deputy Attorney General, January 2, 1990 Online
 2. AG's statement regarding the apprehension of Manuel Antonio Noriega, January 4, 1990 Online
 3. AG address in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at DOJ ceremony, January 8, 1990 Online
 4. AG calls for House passage of American with Disabilities Act (ADA), contending that ending job discrimination against those with disabilities is overdue, January 10, 1990 Online
 5. AG announced that DOJ employees pledged $1,065,361 for 1990 Combined Federal Campaign, the first time ever to contribute more than a million dollars (Justice Management Division), January 10, 1990 Online
 6. AG announced award of $4.963 million to California for emergency assistance to state and local law enforcement authorities as result of last year's earthquake (Bureau of Justice Assistance), January 12, 1990 Online
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 January 16-31, 1990 36
 1. AG announced three-fold increase to $9.8 million in federal anti-drug funds to be provided to North Carolina for state and local drug law enforcement, January 16, 1990 Online
 2. AG opens session of a new Federal Organized Crime Council, January 17, 1990 Online
 3. AG announced telecommunication device for the deaf has been installed in the Office of the AG, January 17, 1990 Online
 4. AG delivered remarks at Bush-Quayle Executive Forum at Constitution Hall, January 18, 1990 Online
 5. AG's statement regarding comments by Dr. Benjamin Hooks, January 22, 1990 Online
 6. AG announced appointment of M. Wayne Huggins, Sheriff of Fairfax County, VA to be director of National Institute of Corrections, January 24, 1990 Online
 7. AG commends Dunne nomination for Civil Rights, January 25, 1990 Online
 8. AG presents Department Awards, January 26, 1990 Online
 9. DOJ announced Scarlet Adams Parham, Community Relations Service Administrative Assistant, receives the AG's Award for Excellence in Administrative Support, January 26, 1990 Online
 10. Statement of AG and Donald Ayer, Deputy Attorney General, concerning the 1991 Budget, January 29, 1990 Online
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 February 1-6, 1990 37
 1. AG filed application to investigate allegations of criminal conduct by Samuel R. Pierce, former Secretary of HUD, February 1, 1990 Online
 2. AG announced grants to Indians for child abuse programs (Office for Victims of Crime), February 6, 1990 Online
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 February 7-15, 1990 38
 1. AG announced "Big Stick" for Illinois Drug War, February 7, 1990 Online
 2. AG announced that under the direction of President Bush, legislation aimed at strengthening laws to combat employment discrimination is being drafted by the DOJ, February 7, 1990 Online
 3. AG boosted Iowa drug fight with $5.2 million, February 8, 1990 Online
 4. DOJ announced that AG shared drug bounty with Iowa, February 8, 1990 Online
 5. AG announced award of $2.3 million in federal anti-drug funds to Idaho for state and local drug law enforcement (Bureau of Justice Assistance), February 13, 1990 Online
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 February 16-28, 1990 39
 1. DOJ announced AG issued an opinion and order granting certain information filed in connection with an application for a joint newspaper operating arrangement (JOA) between Las Vegas' two newspapers remain confidential (Antitrust Division), February 20, 1990 Online
 2. AG announced awarding of $14 million in federal anti-drug funds to Alabama, Alaska, and Arizona for local drug law enforcement (Bureau of Justice Assistance), February 21, 1990 Online
 3. AG approved joint operating agreement for two York, PA newspapers under the Newspaper Preservation Act (Antitrust Division), February 21, 1990 Online
 4. AG calls for longer prison terms, higher fines, and more aggressive forfeiture of illegally gained assets from "white collar" criminals, February 22, 1990 Online
 5. Conference of Mayor's delegation will meet with AG regarding federal anti-drug funding problems, February 26, 1990 Online
 6. AG urges congressional support for campaign reform, February 27, 1990 Online
 7. AG announced Exxon indicted on criminal charges in Valdez Oil Spill, February 27, 1990 Online
 8. AG's statement in response to Supreme Court decision in the Verdugo case, February 28, 1990 Online
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 March 1-13, 1990 7491
 1. AG's statement concerning the convictions on criminal civil rights charges of five associations of the Confederate Hammerskins, a Skinhead group, in Houston, March 1, 1990 Online
 2. Hal Stratton, AG of New Mexico, announced he will host US and Mexican States' Attorneys General Conference Meeting to be held in Sante Fe (NM, AG), March 1, 1990 Online
 3. AG supports joint production venture Antitrust Bill (Antitrust Division), March 7, 1990 Online
 4. DOJ announced gambling booty re-dealt back to law enforcement, March 9, 1990 Online
 5. AG will address the 1990 Neighborhood Watch Awards Ceremony at the Omni Hotel in Memphis, March 9, 1990 Online
 6. DOJ issued the following statement regarding the US Senate's confirmation of John R Dunne to Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Civil Rights Division, March 9, 1990 Online
 7. AG sent the attached letter regarding the Administration's position on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to the following members of Congress, March 12, 1990 Online
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 March 13-15, 1990 2
 1. DOJ announced opium warlord Chang Chi-Fu was indicted on 10 federal drug trafficking counts, March 15, 1990 Online
 2. AG and Secretary of the Treasury Nicholas Brady announced an agreement which will add 1,000 US Customs Special Agents to the war on drugs, March 15, 1990 Online
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 March 16- 25, 1990 3
 1. AG announced the selection of Terrence Burke to be Acting Administrator of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), March 22, 1990 Online
 2. AG's statement regarding the unanimous approval by the Swiss Parliament of a new money-laundering law, March 22, 1990 Online
 3. Civil Rights Division submissions to the AG pursuant to Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, March 22, 1990 Online
 4. AG outlines Federal White-Collar Crime attack, March 23, 1990 Online
 5. AG announces record $395 million for State and Local Anti-Drug Grants, March 25, 1990 Online
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 March 26-31, 1990 4
 1. AG will hold a news conference at JFK Federal Building, March 26, 1990 Online
 2. AG announced 3 indictments which charge the entire active leadership and members of the Patriarca Family of La Cosa Nostra with criminal activities, March 26, 1990 Online
 3. Profits from drug dealer assist Prince George's County Police, March 29, 1990 Online
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 April 1-15, 1990 5
 1. AG's letter to Honorable Edward M. Kennedy\, Chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, April 3, 1990 Online
 2. AG shares drug booty with police, April 4, 1990 Online
 3. Savings and loan defendant sentenced to 30 years (Criminal Division), April 5, 1990 Online
 4. AG unveils "Legal Advocates in Education" program, April 10, 1990 Online
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 April 16-30, 1990 6
 1. DOJ announced probe of US Bank accounts used by drug lords, April 17, 1990 Online
 2. DOJ announced Dunne to Chair Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA) Task Force, April 18, 1990 Online
 3. Thornburgh's statement regarding continued cooperation between the U.S. and Mexico, Ixtapa, Mexico, April 19, 1990 Online
 4. DOJ announced statement by David Runkel, Director Office of Public Affairs, regarding continued cooperation between the U.S. and Mexico, April 20, 1990 Online
 5. AG's statement regarding the apprehension of Dr. Humberto Alvarez Machain, April 20, 1990 Online
 6. DOJ announced renaming the Land and Natural Resources Division to "The Environment and Natural Resources Division", April 24, 1990 Online
 7. President George Bush and AG honored 7 people who have made outstanding contributions in assisting victims of crime (Office for Victims of Crime), April 25, 1990 Online
 8. DOJ announced South Carolina law enforcement agencies share seized drug profits, April 30, 1990 Online
 9. David Runkel's Memorandum to DOJ Press concerning treaties governing extradition between the US and Mexico since the last century, April 30, 1990 Online
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 May 1-5, 1990 7
 1. DOJ announced enhanced drug abuse treatment program for prisoners, May 1, 1990 Online
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 May 6-10, 1990 8
 1. AG and Commerce Secretary Mosbacher unveiled legislation designed to facilitate joint production ventures and help US companies become more competitive in producing new technology, May 7, 1990 Online
 2. AG announced that DOJ proposed amending Civil Rights Act of 1986 to make certain housing discrimination violations punishable as felonies rather than misdemeanors, May 9, 1990 Online
 3. AG, US Attorney Robert L. Brosio, and LA District Attorney Ira Reiner announced that a federal grand jury has returned 2 indictments charging violations of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, May 10, 1990 Online
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 May 11-15, 1990 9
 1. Associate US Attorney Freeh to coordinate DOJ's investigation and prosecution into the bombing deaths of Judge Vance and Alderman Robinson and the mailing of other bombs in the South, May 11, 1990 Online
 2. DOJ announced Deputy Attorney General Ayer resigned in order to resume his partnership in the law firm of Jones, Day, Reavis, and Pogue, May 11, 1990 Online
 3. Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Dunne announced that he found no basis for the federal government to reopen and pursue further prosecution of the events surrounding the MOVE tragedy in Philadelphia, PA, May 14, 1990 Online
 4. DOJ proposes expanded forfeiture law, May 15, 1990 Online
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 May 16-25, 1990 10
 1. K. Michael Moore, Director of US Marshals Service, announced appointments to 2 newly-created deputy director positions, as provided in a recent reorganization approved by the AG, May 19, 1990 Online
 2. AG applauds passage of disabilities act, May 22, 1990 Online
 3. AG will inaugurate the DOJ's "Legal Advocates in Education" program, May 23, 1990 Online
 4. AG urged Congress to speed up passage of President Bush's Violent Crime Bill, May 23, 1990 Online
 5. Letter from AG to Senator Christopher S. Bond in response to Bond's question on the current status of the investigation into the Savings and Loans industry, May 25, 1990 Online
 6. AG's letter to the Honorable Arlin M. Adams, May 25, 1990 Online
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 May 26-31, 1990 11
 1. DOJ announced indictments of fifteen New York organized crime leaders, May 30, 1990 Online
 2. DOJ announced the indictment of EKOTEK Inc., a Salt Lake City company, and its president, Steven M. Self, in the first federal felony prosecution of environmental crime in Utah, May 30, 1990 Online
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 June 1-10, 1990 12
 1. DOJ announced appointment of Joe D. Whitley as the interim US Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia, June 1, 1990 Online
 2. AG approves joint operating arrangement (JOA) for Las Vegas Newspapers, June 1, 1990 Online
 3. AG's statement regarding Federal District Court Judge Kenyon's ruling on redistricting for the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, June 4, 1990 Online
 4. Statement regarding passage of joint venture legislation (H.R. 4611) by the House of Representatives, June 6, 1990 Online
 5. AG announced formation of National Drug Intelligence Center, June 7, 1990 Online
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 June 11-15, 1990 13
 1. AG's statement on Pan Am 103 investigation in Scotland, June 11, 1990 Online
 2. AG met with the Swedish Minister of Justice Laila Freivalds in Stockholm to express gratitude for cooperation in Pan Am bombing investigation, June 12, 1990 Online
 3. AG commended the Italian government for its passage of a new anti-drug law, June 13, 1990 Online
 4. Dixon indicted on conspiracy charges, June 13, 1990 Online
 5. AG warns Europe on sale of chemicals to cartels, June 14, 1990 Online
 6. AG reviewed with Spanish and Italian counterparts the details of joint efforts to support the government of Columbia and other Andean nations in the battle against drug traffickers, June 15, 1990 Online
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 June 16-25, 1990 14
AG and Secretary Brady highlighted the savings and loan prosecutions, June 22, 1990 Online
 2. AG and HUD Secretary Kemp announced that USA's and public housing agencies began seizing the leases of drug dealers living in public housing, June 25, 1990 Online
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 June 26-30, 1990 15
 1. DOJ announced 40-count Savings and Loans indictment, June 26, 1990 Online
 2. AG distributed more than $5.5 million from the DOJ's Asset Forfeiture Program to 14 Los Angeles area law enforcement agencies for use in the war on drugs in CA, June 27, 1990 Online
 3. AG announced that Edward S.G. Dennis, Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Criminal Division, has resigned effective August 31, 1990, June 28, 1990 Online
 4. AG and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Reilly announced the filing of civil suits against 5 different importers of chlorofluorocarbons alleging violations of the Clean Air Act and the EPA's rule to protect the ozone layer, June 29, 1990 Online
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 July 1-15, 1990 16
 1. DOJ announced that a federal grand jury in Dallas returned a 17-count criminal indictment against Edwin McBirney III, former owner of Sunbelt Savings Association, July 11, 1990 Online
 2. AG commends the Senate for passing Crime Bill, July 11, 1990 Online
 3. AG commends Congress for passage of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), July 13, 1990 Online
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 July 16-25, 1990 17
 1. AG approved a final rule establishing permanent procedures to be used in adjudicating applications for political asylum in the US, July 18, 1990 Online
 2. DOJ announced that a federal grand jury in New Orleans returned a 3-count racketeering indictment against 31 people for trafficking in the hallucinogen known as "ecstasy", July 19, 1990 Online
 3. AG told the local Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee that during the last two years, 78% of the defendants sentenced in major Savings and Loans fraud cases have gone to prison for terms up to 30 years in length, July 20, 1990 Online
 4. AG sent letter to Senator Howard Metzenbaum correcting Metzenbaum's comments on the "Today" show, July 23, 1990 Online
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 July 26-31, 1990 18
 1. AG said that legislation currently in House is more pro-criminal than it is pro-safe streets and called for passage of President Bush's tough, new anti-crime legislation, July 27, 1990 Online
 2. Money laundering is secret accomplice of drug traffickers and guilty verdicts are significant victories in our efforts, July 29, 1990 Online
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 August 1-8, 1990 19
 1. AG called for swift action on President Bush's legislative proposal to combat crime in the face of the latest FBI data showing a 5% increase in the violent crime rate in 1989 (Criminal Division), August 5, 1990 Online
 2. AG called on the American Bar Association (ABA) to reverse a series of rule changes which he said could adversely impact upon prosecution of drug traffickers, organized crime and white collar crime criminals, August 6, 1990 Online
 3. AG announced that Jimmy Gurule has been sworn in as Assistant Attorney General for Office of Justice Programs and Dr. Steven Dillingham has been sworn in as Director of Bureau of Justice Statistics, August 6, 1990 Online
 4. AG's statement in connection with the conclusion of the Camarena kidnapping case, August 6, 1990 Online
 5. DOJ announced that Alan Ross Rothery, CA attorney and former chairman of the board of Trinity Valley Savings and Loans Association, was indicted on charges of embezzling over $4 million from the institution (Criminal Division), August 7, 1990 Online
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 August 9-20, 1990 20
 1. AG's statement regarding the indictment of Henry Barr in Harrisburg, August 10, 1990 Online
 2. DOJ announced that its Antitrust Division recommended that the AG deny an application for a partial antitrust exemption for a proposed joint newspaper operating arrangement (JOA) between 2 publications in Manteca, CA (Antitrust Division), August 14, 1990 Online
 3. AG's reaction to the ratification of the UN Drug Law Enforcement Convention, August 16, 1990 Online
 4. AG presented USSR Minister of Justice with a copy of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), August 16, 1990 Online
 5. AG distributed $510,345 from DOJ's Asset Forfeiture program to the Chicago Police Department, August 20, 1990 Online
 6. AG calls for passage of President Bush's anti-crime program, August 20, 1990 Online
 7. DOJ and Consumer Product Safety Commission sue to stop import of dangerous toys, August 20, 1990 Online
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 August 21-31, 1990 21
 1. AG leaves for Seoul, Korea to represent the US at the Second Conference of Attorneys General of Asia and the Pacific, August 31, 1990 Online
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 September 1-11, 1990 7501
 1. AG's statement regarding the ABA's rating of Judge Souter, September 4, 1990 Online
 2. AG expressed support for Columbian President Gaviria's plan to fortify his judicial system and free it from the intimidation of narco-terrorists, September 6, 1990 Online
 3. AG announced the initiation of a DOJ Symposium series to be tied into the publication of a Departmental journal to be entitled "Justice", September 10, 1990 Online
 4. AG announced a series of meetings being held with State Attorneys General and District Attorneys to discuss the President's crime package, September 11, 1990 Online
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 September 12-20, 1990 2
 1. AG called upon Congress to enact key provisions of President Bush's tough anti-crime bill before the end of the current session, September 12, 1990 Online
 2. AG announced the award of $941,649 to Florida for emergency law enforcement assistance in the Gainesville serial murder investigation (Bureau of Justice Assistance), September 12, 1990 Online
 3. AG's statement on the progress of the Senate confirmation hearing of Judge David Souter, September 14, 1990 Online
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 September 21-30, 1990 3
 1. AG warned that state and local law enforcement agencies are in danger of losing hundreds of millions of dollars because of a section of the Crime Bill, September 24, 1990 Online
 2. AG announced that Andrew Gerald McBride has been appointed an Associate Deputy Attorney General in the office of Deputy Attorney General William Barr, September 25, 1990 Online
 3. AG's statement on the nomination of Judge Souter to the Supreme Court, September 27, 1990 Online
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 October 1-10, 1990 4
 1. AG announced grant awards of $497,320 to Arkansas and $415,922 to Iowa to improve the quality of criminal history records (Bureau of Justice Statistics), October 1, 1990 Online
 2. AG announced that DOJ will award grants totaling more than $1.7 million to establish offender drug testing programs throughout the criminal justice system (Bureau of Justice Assistance), October 2, 1990 Online
 3. AG announced that DOJ has convicted 131 Savings and Loans executives on major fraud charges in the past 2 years, October 2, 1990 Online
 4. AG will return to the Stuart/Hobson Middle School in Washington, D.C. on behalf of DOJ's Legal Advocates in Education Program, October 3, 1990 Online
 5. AG announced that Dan Eramian will be the new chief spokesman for DOJ and the AG, October 4, 1990 Online
 6. AG's statement on the comprehensive crime control measure, October 5, 1990 Online
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 October 11-15, 1990 5
 1. AG released a letter to Senator Bob Dole on the Civil Rights Bill, October 12, 1990 Online
 2. AG recommended that the US Sentencing Commission make amendments to the sentencing guidelines to make the sentences tougher, October 15, 1990 Online
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 October 16-24, 1990 6
 1. DOJ announced the filings of civil environmental enforcement cases against 2 steelmakers and a metal manufacturer operating in the vicinity of the Grand Calmut River and Indiana Harbor, October 16, 1990 Online
 2. AG distributed more than $300,000 from the Justice's Asset Forfeiture Program to 10 law enforcement agencies in western Michigan for use in the war on drugs, October 18, 1990 Online
 3. AG announced a 53% decline in the rate of federal prison inmates granted furloughs, October 18, 1990 Online
 4. Attached letter from the National District Attorneys Association calls upon the President to veto any anti-crime legislation that contains the so-called "Racial Justice Act", October 18, 1990 Online
 5. AG announced that DOJ has launched a $2 million program to test innovative neighborhood-oriented policing programs (Bureau of Justice Assistance), October 18, 1990 Online
 6. AG announced that 1989 Young American Medals for Bravery will be awarded (Office of Justice Programs), October 21, 1990 Online
 7. AG released a memorandum to the President stating his views on the Civil Rights Act of 1990, October 22, 1990 Online
 8. AG announced 31 indicted for bank fraud, October 24, 1990 Online
 9. AG and US Marshall announced the completion of "Operation Southern Star," a 10 week drug fugitive manhunt that resulted in the arrests of 3,743 criminals, October 24, 1990 Online
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 October 25-31, 1990 7
 1. AG announced a 13-count indictment of 6 members of a Tulsa skinhead group on "hate crime" charges, October 25, 1990 Online
 2. AG announced that Jarrett Woods, Jr. of Dallas, former owner of Western Savings Association, was indicted on fraud charges, October 25, 1990 Online
 3. AG's statement regarding the sentencing of Mayor Barry of Washington, DC, October 26, 1990 Online
 4. AG's statement regarding the death of former AG William French Smith, October 29, 1990 Online
 5. AG announced the creation of the Office on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) within the Coordination and Review Section of the Civil Rights Division, October 30, 1990 Online
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 November 1-15, 1990 8
 1. DOJ announced that the FBI will be reviewing the recent investigations concerning a possible connection between Drug Enforcement Administration undercover activities and the bombing of Pan Am 103, November 1, 1990 Online
 2. AG's statement on voting laws, November 1, 1990 Online
 3. AG praised an international drug enforcement treaty, November 2, 1990 Online
 4. AG announced that DOJ secured a pledge from the North Carolina Republican State Party to not use information from misleading postcards mailed to voters in 29 different counties across the state, November 5, 1990 Online
 5. DOJ announced a sizeable increase in DOJ's budget for investigating and prosecuting Savings and Loans fraud cases, November 6, 1990 Online
 6. AG announced the appointment of a group of senior executives to assist Commissioner McNary in identifying and implementing reforms in Immigration and Naturalization Service, November 6, 1990 Online
 7. AG and EPA announced that during FY 90, DOJ recorded a 33% increase in felony indictments for environmental crimes, November 15, 1990 Online
 8. AG announced that DOJ symposium on civil rights is scheduled for November 16, 1990, November 15, 1990 Online
 9. AG announced that John Edward Logan has been appointed Director of the US Trustee program, November 15, 1990 Online
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 November 16-30, 1990 9
 1. DOJ announced that Getty Terminals Corporation was convicted on charges of conspiracy and tax evasion, November 16, 1990 Online
 2. AG and Spanish Minister of Justice Enrique Mugica Herzog signed a Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLAT), November 20, 1990 Online
 3. AG's statement regarding the sentencing of Michael Milken, November 21, 1990 Online
 4. AG announced the award of an additional $200,000 to Florida law enforcement agencies for further investigation into the murder of 5 college students in Gainesville, November 28, 1990 Online
 5. AG announced J. Michael Luttig, Assistant Attorney General for Office of Legal Counsel, will assume duties as Counselor to the AG, November 29, 1990 Online
 6. AG's statement regarding the Immigration Act of 1990, November 29, 1990 Online
 7. AG announced the appointment of Margaret Colgate Love as Pardon Attorney, November 30, 1990 Online
 8. AG departs for a week of meetings with European law enforcement officials on enforcement of the drug laws and other issues of mutual interest, November 30, 1990 Online
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 December 1-15, 1990 10
 1. AG initiated negotiations with Hungarian officials over a Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLAT), December 3, 1990 Online
 2. AG met with President Zhelyu Zhelev of Bulgaria and other Bulgarian leaders to discuss "rule of law guarantees" in a proposed new constitution for Bulgaria, December 4, 1990 Online
 3. Deputy Attorney General William Barr's statement regarding the Pan Am 103 investigation, December 4, 1990 Online
 4. AG announced that John Volz, US Attorney for Eastern District of Louisiana has been appointed Special Counsel for the DOJ's Executive Office of US Attorneys, December 5, 1990 Online
 5. AG's statement regarding the Supreme Court's decision to deny a stay of the special remedial election in the Garza v. County of Los Angeles and US and Irving v County of Los Angeles voting rights case, December 10, 1990 Online
 6. AG's statement regarding their annual report of the Criminal Division's Public Integrity Section, December 11, 1990 Online
 7. AG highlights DOJ's 1990 achievements and praises new law enforcement tools, December 12, 1990 Online
 8. AG and US Attorney from Florida announced unsealing an indictment charging Jason Chapnick, Kenneth Fletcher, and Herbert Leslie Kalbach with conspiring and carrying out a scheme to defraud Commonwealth Savings and Loan Association (USA/FL), December 12, 1990 Online
 9. DOJ announced the latest Savings and Loans fraud prosecutions, December 12, 1990 Online
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 December 16-31, 1990 11
 1. AG announced appointment of 6 new members to the AG's Advisory Committee of US Attorneys, December 17, 1990 Online
 2. AG announced appointment of Judge Tim Murphy, Senior Judge of the DC Superior Court, as Associate Deputy Attorney General, December 17, 1990 Online
 3. AG announced that DOJ filed a civil racketeering suit against a 22,000 member union local representing hotel\, bar\, and restaurant workers in Atlantic City casinos alleging the union is controlled by organized crime, December 19, 1990 Online
 4. AG urged Illinois' state and local prosecutors to help push tough new anti-crime legislation through the next session of Congress, December 19, 1990 Online
 5. AG's statement regarding the conviction of Don Dixon, former owner of Vernon Savings and Loan, December 20, 1990 Online
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 January 1-15, 1991 12
 1. AG will deliver the keynote address to over 900 law enforcement officials participating in the 1991 Environmental Law Enforcement Conference in New Orleans, January 7, 1991 Online
 2. AG referred related matters in the HUD-Pierce investigation to Independent Counsel Arlin Adams, January 7, 1991 Online
 3. AG's statement regarding the verdict in the Chicago "Soybean Pit" case, January 9, 1991 Online
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 January 16-31, 1991 13
 4. AG's statement on the Supreme Court's ruling on the government's power to seek the issuance of grand jury subpoenas, January 22, 1991 Online
 5. DOJ released two-year report on Savings and Loans fraud prosecutions, January 22, 1991 Online
 6. AG announced that four Tulsa skinheads pled guilty to civil rights charges, January 24, 1991 Online
 7. AG's statement on the upholding of Fawaz Yunis' conviction, January 29, 1991 Online
 8. DOJ announced $29 million in anti-crime awards for Florida, Iowa, and Arkansas, January 31, 1991 Online
 9. AG announced Organized Crime Strategy of 1990s, January 31, 1991 Online
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 February 1-10, 1991 14
 1. AG will address Pepperdine University's Annual Law School Dinner, February 1, 1991 Online
 2. AG announces $43 million California anti-drug grant, February 4, 1991 Online
 3. AG presents Justice Department Awards to 54 Department employees at the 39th Annual Awards Program, February 8, 1991 Online
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 February 11-20, 1991 15
 1. DOJ announced a $43,000 award to help fund search for Indiana serial killer, February 11, 1991 Online
 2. AG sent message to federal prosecutors beginning the Annual Public Corruption Institute Meeting in San Diego, February 11, 1991 Online
 3. DOJ filed suit against Memphis, TN and the Board of Education to protect minority voting rights, February 15, 1991 Online
 4. AG's statement on Oklahoma anti-hate crimes brochure, February 19, 1991 Online
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 February 21-28, 1991 16
 1. DOJ publishes draft regulations implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), February 21, 1991 Online
 2. DOJ announced Temporary Protected Status for Nationals of Lebanon, Liberia, and Kuwait, February 22, 1991 Online
 3. AG's statement on meeting with Colombian President Gaviria, February 26, 1991 Online
 4. DOJ announced it published the Title II regulations enforcing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), February 27, 1991 Online
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 1. AG holds "Summit on Law Enforcement Responses to Violent Crime: Public Safety in the Nineties", March 1, 1991 Online
 2. DOJ announces $27 million grant for New York law enforcement to fight crime and drugs, March 2, 1991 Online
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 March 11-15, 1991 2
 1. AG announced aide to Rhode Island law enforcement officials to investigate the collapse of the Rhode Island credit union system, March 13, 1991 Online
 2. AG announced that Exxon has agreed to pay $1 billion in criminal fines and civil damages for Alaskan oil spill, March 13, 1991 Online
 3. AG's statement on meeting with Congressmen Conyers and Towns on police brutality, March 14, 1991 Online
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 March 16-31, 1991 3
 1. AG announced that Shelby County Sherman Boyland was found guilty of police brutality, March 22, 1991 Online
 2. AG will address the annual conference of US Attorneys in Savannah, GA, March 25, 1991 Online
 3. AG announced new federal programs against firearms offenders: Project Triggerlock and Violent Crime Task Forces, March 26, 1991 Online
 4. AG's statement on the President's Violent Crime Bill and on the problem of illegal handguns, March 28, 1991 Online
 5. AG's statement on court's upholding of DOJ's drug testing policy, March 29, 1991 Online
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 April 1-15, 1991 4
 1. AG's statement on death of Senator John Heinz, April 4, 1991 Online
 2. AG's statement on death of Benjamin Baer, Chairman of Parole Commission, April 10, 1991 Online
 3. AG reports continued 96% conviction rate in major savings and loan cases, April 11, 1991 Online
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 April 16-24, 1991 5
 1. President Bush and AG presented awards to 7 individuals for assistance to crime victims (Office for Victims of Crime), April 22, 1991 Online
 2. AG issued a media advisory on "Living and Achieving with a Disability" program presented by Andrew Batavia, April 24, 1991 Online
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 April 25-30, 1991 6
 1. AG pays tribute to DOJ employees for volunteer service, April 26, 1991 Online
 2. AG's statement on the FBI's 1990 crime statistics, April 28, 1991 Online
 3. AG and Secretary Mosbacher propose joint venture antitrust legislation (Antitrust Division), April 29, 1991 Online
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 May 1-10, 1991 7
 1. DOJ announced the transfer of over $22 million in federal forfeiture proceeds to the Postal Inspection Service for their role in investigation and prosecution of Milken (Criminal Division), May 3, 1991 Online
 2. AG will be cited at the Agudath Israel Dinner and receive the 1991 Humanitarian Award, May 3, 1991 Online
 3. AG warns Congress about public safety if law enforcement funding is cut, May 7, 1991 Online
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 May 11-21, 1991 8
 1. AG's statement regarding the so-called "compromise" proposal on civil rights announced in the House of Representatives, May 22, 1991 Online
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 May 22-31, 1991 9
 1. AG's statement regarding language offered to ban quotas in pending civil rights legislation, May 30, 1991 Online
 2. Organized crime drug enforcement task forces report 16,650 convictions since 1982, May 31, 1991 Online
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 June 1-10, 1991 10
 1. AG's statement regarding the Supreme Court's ruling that elections for Louisiana judgeships violated minority voting rights, June 3, 1991 Online
 2. DOJ announced technical assistance grants for the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), June 5, 1991 Online
 3. DOJ announced that it shares more than $500,000 in seized drug assets with Kansas law enforcement agencies, June 6, 1991 Online
 4. Dan Eramian's statement on ruling for special election for US Senate in PA, June 10, 1991 Online
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 June 11-19, 1991 11
 1. AG states that the Crime Bill will help crime victims, June 11, 1991 Online
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 June 20-30, 1991 12
 1. AG's statement on Supreme Court's decision in Payne v. Tennessee, June 27, 1991 Online
 2. AG issued statement on the conviction of Walter Moody for the mail-bomb murders, June 28, 1991 Online
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 July 1-15, 1991 13
 1. AG announced that a settlement was reached in the Everglades litigation, July 11, 1991 Online
 2. AG's statement on the Senate passage of anti-crime legislation, July 11, 1991 Online
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 July 16-25, 1991 14
 1. AG's statement on the death of Frank Rizzo, former Philadelphia mayor, July 16, 1991 Online
 2. Dan Eramian issued statement regarding the House Judiciary Hearing, July 18, 1991 Online
 3. AG publishes final regulations implementing Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), July 25, 1991 Online
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 July 26-31, 1991 15
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 August 1-10, 1991 16
 1. AG's statement following meeting with Rev Jesse Jackson and members of Rainbow Coalition regarding concerns over killings in Milwaukee, August 5, 1991 Online
 2. AG announced new federal guidelines for victim and witness assistance (Office for Victims of Crime), August 5, 1991 Online
 3. DOJ and New York University (NYU) announced fund for new inner city drug initiative, August 7, 1991 Online
 4. AG announced multi-million dollar federal and state crime program for Trenton, NJ, August 7, 1991 Online
 5. AG submitted his letter of resignation to President Bush effective August 15, 1991, August 9, 1991 Online
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 August 11-31, 1991 17
 1. AG announced that DOJ will file an appeal in the Virginia Military Institute case, August 12, 1991 Online
 2. Media Advisory regarding the AG's Farewell Address to be given on Thursday, August 15, 1991, August 14, 1991 Online

Subseries  3. Transcripts 

Scope and Contents note

As Attorney General of the United States, Thornburgh was regularly consulted for his opinion on legal issues and actions of the Department of Justice. He appeared frequently on TV news programs, provided information to the press at Department of Justice press conferences, and appeared before committees of both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. Some of the many topics here include, for example: savings and loans, white collar crime, proposed bills and laws, notable cases, Supreme Court cases, the war on drugs, violent crime, and Bush Administration policies. Of these, 81 are available here online. Those excluded are primarily from TV news programs for which we did not have permission. A notable exception are those from the "McNeil/Lehrer Newshour," from whom we kindly were granted permission for online presentation of transcripts.

The transcript files are arranged chronologically and occasionally contain correspondence and notes. The topics of the transcripts are all inclusive and provide excellent insight into the major legal issues during the time that Thornburgh served as Attorney General, 1988-1991. All DOJ press conferences and hearings have been made available. The occasions presented are, just for example: confirmation hearings, DOJ press conferences on a broad array of subjects, question and answer session regarding the United Nations Convention against drug trafficking, press briefings from foreign trips, U.S. Senate and House Judiciary Committee hearings, press conferences with Soviet Minister of Justice Yakovlev, news conferences with various DOJ and FBI persons, remarks and addresses, U.S./Mexico Binational Commission press conference, symposia, and memorial services. The spontaneous content of many of these transcripts indicates the unique and valuable content made available here.

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Statement by President Reagan announcing the nomination of Richard L. Thornburgh to be Attorney General of the United States, and Thornburgh's remarks July 12, 1988 7521
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NBC "Today," with Bryant Gumbel regarding Thornburgh as AG Designate July 14, 1988 2
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ABC "Good Morning America," regarding Thornburgh as AG Designate July 14, 1988 3
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"MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour," Newsmaker interview regarding Thornburgh as AG Designate July 14, 1988 4
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Senate Judiciary Hearing concerning the confirmation of Richard Thornburgh as Attorney General, Morning Session August 5, 1988 5
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Senate Judiciary Hearing concerning the confirmation of Richard Thornburgh as Attorney General, Afternoon Session August 5, 1988 6
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NBC "Nightly News," CBS "Evening News," and ABC "World News Tonight" regarding Meese's resignation and Order for Investigations by Independent Counsels August 12, 1988 7
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CBS "Face the Nation," Lesley Stahl interview regarding Thornburgh's views on his role as Attorney General August 14, 1988 8
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CBS "This Morning," Harry Smith interview August 26, 1988 9
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NBC "Meet the Press," Panel discussion with Chris Wallace, Moderator; David S. Broder (Washington Post), and Elizabeth Drew (New Yorker) with AG and Rep. Rangel as guests regarding the war on drugs September 11, 1988 10
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"MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour," CBS "Evening News," NBC "Nightly News," ABC "World News Tonight," CNN, WJLA, and NPR "All Things Considered" regarding drug testing November 2, 1988 11
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Proceedings of Supreme Court Case: Burnley v. Railway Labor Executives' Association November 2, 1988 12
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Remarks to the meeting of Board of Directors, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, DC November 16, 1988 13
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Statement and Question and Answer Session at United Nations' Convention against illegal drug trafficking, Vienna, Austria December 20, 1988 14
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ABC "This Week with David Brinkley" regarding Oliver North January 9, 1989 15
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CNN "Evans and Novak" regarding abortion, Oliver North, special prosecutors, Bennett/Drug Czar, and RICO January 14, 1989 16
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DOJ Press conference with AG and Amy Brown of the Office of Public Affairs regarding the Office of Professional Responsibility January 17, 1989 17
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NBC "Today" interview with AG and Commerce Secretary-Designate Mosbacher regarding George Bush's election as President January 20, 1989 18
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NBC "Meet the Press" with Host John Cochran, David Broder (Washington Post) and Al Hunt (Wall Street Journal) regarding white collar crime, drugs, civil rights, abortion, gun control, and the ethics bill January 22, 1989 19
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DOJ press briefing with AG and Rudy Giuliani regarding crime in the suites January 31, 1989 20
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CNN "Moneyline," Lou Dobbs interview regarding white collar crime January 31, 1989 21
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CBS "This Morning," Harry Smith interview regarding the White Collar Crime Task Force February 1, 1989 22
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USIA "Worldnet Dialogue," with Host Miguel Bomar regarding the Vienna Narcotics Convention, February 2, 1989 23
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USIA Airport interview regarding Peru trip and drugs, March 9, 1989 24
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ABC, Timothy Ross Interview with AG, Bogota, Columbia, March 9, 1989 25
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Columbian TV "Reportajes Caracol" Interview with journalist Amat March 9, 1989 26
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Bogota Press Conference with DEA Administrator Lawn, Bogota, Columbia March 10, 1989 27
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DOJ Press Conference with AG, Dennis, Sessions, and Romano regarding teamsters and racketeering March 13, 1989 28
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ABC "This Week with David Brinkley" regarding drugs and assault weapons March 19, 1989 29
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DOJ Press Conference regarding drug testing in the railroad industry and the United States Customs Service March 21, 1989 30
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"MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour" regarding Supreme Court cases on drug testing March 21, 1989 31
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National Press Club Questions and Answers regarding the Three Mile Island (TMI) Incident March 28, 1989 32
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DOJ Press Conference regarding "Operation Polar Cap" (Money Laundering) March 29, 1989 33
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CBS "This Morning" regarding drugs, white collar crime, and RICO March 30, 1989 34
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National Drug Control Policy Press Conference regarding drugs, crime, and public housing April 10, 1989 35
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NBC "Today Show" regarding drugs and the Bennett Plan April 11, 1989 36
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NBC "Today Show" regarding TREVI and Terrorism May 12, 1989 37
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"MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour" regarding the President's Crime Package May 15, 1989 38
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CBS "This Morning" regarding the President's Crime Package May 16, 1989 39
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Hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding the American Bar Association (ABA) nomination process June 2, 1989 40
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CBS "Face the Nation," Lesley Stahl interview regarding William Gray and DOJ leaks June 4, 1989 41
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"McLaughlin's One on One" regarding savings and loans, William Gray, and Strike Force June 23, 1989 42
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CBS "This Morning" regarding flag burning June 28, 1989 43
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ABC, "This Week with David Brinkley" regarding flag burning July 2, 1989 44
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DOJ press conference regarding fraud in the savings and loan industry July 5, 1989 45
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CNN "Evans and Novak" regarding abortion and flag burning July 8, 1989 46
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National Press Club Press Conference regarding the results of anti-drug initiative conducted by federal and local law enforcement agencies, Washington, DC July 17, 1989 47
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DOJ press conference regarding the U.S. Attorney's report on drug trafficking, Washington, DC August 3, 1989 48
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CNN "Newswatch" regarding drug trafficking August 15, 1989 49
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NBC "Meet the Press" with Host John Cochran, Robert Novak (Syndicated Columnist) and Nina Totenberg (National Public Radio) regarding drugs August 20, 1989 50
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CBS "This Morning" regarding war on drugs in Columbia August 21, 1989 51
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CBS "This Morning" regarding war on drugs in Columbia August 23, 1989 52
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Address to the Federal Bar Association Annual Convention, 30th Annual Tom C. Clark Awards Luncheon, Washington, DC regarding drugs and organized crime August 25, 1989 53
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CNN "Newsmaker Saturday" regarding the war on drugs in Columbia August 26, 1989 54
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CBS "Face the Nation" with Host Bill Plante regarding the war on drugs August 27, 1989 55
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"MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour" regarding war on drugs in Columbia August 28, 1989 56
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Address to the Voice of America International Drug Conference (includes Questions and Answers) October 4, 1989 57
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NBC, "Today Show" regarding the EPA's release on the Clean Water Act October 5, 1989 58
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DOJ press briefing regarding various topics October 5, 1989 59
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Press Conference with Soviet Minister of Justice Yakovlev October 19, 1989 60
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ABC, "Good Morning America" regarding Thornburgh's trip to the Soviet Union October 23, 1989 61
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CBS, "Nightwatch" regarding Thornburgh's trip to the Soviet Union October 25, 1989 62
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NPR, "Weekend Edition" regarding Thornburgh's trip to the Soviet Union November 4, 1989 63
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DOJ briefing regarding Dunne's appointment appropriations and other topics November 29, 1989 64
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Press Conference with Jack Lawn regarding Rodriguez Gacha December 6, 1989 65
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News Conference with FBI Director Sessions announcing 27-city attack on savings and loan fraud December 7, 1989 66
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CNN interview regarding Rodriguez Gacha December 7, 1989 67
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ABC "Good Morning America" regarding savings and loans December 8, 1989 68
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CBS "This Morning" regarding Noriega January 4, 1990 69
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ABC "Good Morning America" regarding Noriega January 4, 1990 70
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NBC "Today Show" regarding Noriega January 4, 1990 71
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CNN interview regarding Noriega January 4, 1990 72
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"MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour" regarding Noriega January 4, 1990 73
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Remarks to the first meeting of the Federal Government's Organized Crime Council January 17, 1990 74
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Questions and Answers at the Federalist Society Conference January 19, 1990 75
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NPR "Question Time" with Totenberg and Schorr regarding various topics February 6, 1990 76
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Press availability with the AG and British Home Secretary Waddington regarding drugs February 12, 1990 77
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CNN, "Evans & Novak" regarding war on drugs and organized crime February 17, 1990 78
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Press Conference regarding the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska February 27, 1990 79
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Address to the Simon Wiesenthal Center National Leadership Conference regarding civil rights and Jewish issues (includes questions and answers) March 6, 1990 80
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Speech and questions and answers at the Godfrey Sperling Breakfast regarding multiple issues March 7, 1990 81
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Testimony at the hearing of the Commerce, Justice, State, Judiciary House Appropriations Committee regarding appropriations for Fiscal Year 1991 March 8, 1990 82
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Press Conference regarding the indictment of opium warlord Khun Sa. March 15, 1990 83
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Remarks to the Voice of America Drug Workshop March 19, 1990 84
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Hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding Justice Department budget April 3, 1990 85
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Foreign Press Center briefing regarding trip to Ixtapa, Mexico April 17, 1990 86
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CNN "Newsmaker Saturday" regarding crime in the USA April 28, 1990 87
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Hearing of the House Judiciary Committee regarding Reauthorization for Fiscal Year 1991 May 16, 1990 88
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ABC "This Week with David Brinkley" regarding the Civil Rights Bill and Ayer's resignation May 20, 1990 89
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Press conference at the FBI regarding proposed changes in the President's Crime Package May 23, 1990 90
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CBS "Face the Nation" regarding savings and loans and civil rights June 24, 1990 91
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Press availability with Business Higher Education Council leaders regarding minorities June 25, 1990 92
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Speech to the Heritage Foundation regarding "The Soviet Union and the Rule of Law" (including questions and answers) July 10, 1990 93
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Press conference with Marvin Collins regarding indictment of Edwin T. McBirney III of Sunbelt Savings Associations July 11, 1990 94
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NBC "Today Show" regarding savings and loans July 12, 1990 95
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ABC "This Week with David Brinkley" regarding Neil Bush and the "Super Scandal: The Savings and Loans Bailout" July 15, 1990 96
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News conference with John Sununu regarding the Civil Rights Bill of 1990 July 17, 1990 97
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CBS "This Morning" regarding Civil Rights Bill of 1990 July 20, 1990 98
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ABC "Nightline" regarding David Souter's Supreme Court nomination July 23, 1990 99
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ABC "Good Morning America" regarding David Souter's Supreme Court nomination July 24, 1990 100
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CNN Interview regarding savings and loans and David Souter's Supreme Court nomination July 24, 1990 101
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Hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding banking fraud July 24, 1990 102
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National Press Club Address: "Box Score on the Savings and Loans" (including questions and answers) July 25, 1990 103
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Excerpts from remarks following signing of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) July 26, 1990 104
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Address at the Annual Meeting of the American Legislative Exchange Council regarding civil rights, crime, drugs, firearms, and David Souter's Supreme Court nomination July 27, 1990 105
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Hearing of the Senate Banking Committee regarding bank and thrift fraud August 2, 1990 106
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John McLaughlin's "One on One" regarding Iraq and Kuwait August 3, 1990 107
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ABC Interview with Walt Rogers regarding Iraq and Kuwait, Henry Barr, Gray leak, and violent crime August 8, 1990 108
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U.S./ Mexico Binational Commissions press conference with Secretary Brady regarding the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Dr. Alvarez Machain August 8, 1990 109
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Remarks by the AG and Soviet Minister of Justice Veniamin Yakovlev during Opening Plenary Session of Justice Conference August 13, 1990 110
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AG and Soviet Minister of Justice Veniamin Yakovlev regarding the Rule of Law and subjects of mutual interest August 13, 1990 111
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Remarks at Robert Bonner's swearing-in ceremony as Administrator of DEA August 16, 1990 112
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Joint American and Russian Conference with Soviet Minister of Justice Veniamin F. Yakovlev August 17, 1990 113
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C-Span Call-In Interview regarding civil rights, David Souter's Supreme Court nomination, savings and loans crisis, Henry Barr, Noriega, gun control, drugs, Nazi war criminals, and white collar crime August 22, 1990 114
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White House statement regarding the Crime Bill September 12, 1990 7531
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Symposium regarding The Role of the Attorney General September 17, 1990 2
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Address to the Voice of America Drug Workshop (including questions and answers) September 24, 1990 3
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Press Conference regarding Crime Bill September 26, 1990 4
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Remarks to the Redress Payments ceremony for Japanese American Internment victims October 9, 1990 5
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CNN "The World Today" regarding Civil Rights Act October 22, 1990 6
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Press Conference regarding the Indictment against Jarrett E. Woods, Jr of Western Savings Association October 25, 1990 7
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Opening remarks at the Financial Institution Fraud Enforcement Conference November 6, 1990 8
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Remarks at the Combined Federal Campaign kickoff November 6, 1990 9
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Press Conference regarding Indictment in Mail Bomb Murders November 7, 1990 10
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Memorial services for FBI special agents November 14, 1990 11
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Symposium regarding the 25th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act November 16, 1990 12
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Press conference regarding signing a Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty with Spain November 20, 1990 13
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White House briefing regarding meeting with Mexican officials November 27, 1990 14
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Law Enforcement Training Network (LETN) Question and Answer and interview February 7, 1991 15
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Press Conference regarding Banca Nazionale del Lavoro (BNL) February 28, 1991 16
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ABC "Good Morning America" regarding violent crime March 4, 1991 17
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Closing remarks at the 1991 Crime Summit March 5, 1991 18
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"MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour" regarding crime March 11, 1991 19
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Press Conference regarding settlement of Exxon Alaskan Oil Spill Case March 13, 1991 20
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NBC "Meet the Press" regarding crime, punishment and police brutality March 17, 1991 21
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CBS, "This Morning" regarding the civil rights bill, crime bill, and gun control April 4, 1991 22
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CNN "Newsmaker Sunday" regarding "The President's Crime Bill: Does It Go Far Enough?" April 7, 1991 23
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ABC "Good Morning America" regarding the crime bill and gun control April 10, 1991 24
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Hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding "Crime Control: The Administration's View" April 18, 1991 25
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CNN "Crier & Co." regarding Victims Crime Week April 19, 1991 26
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CBS "This Morning," and ABC regarding Victims Crime Week April 21, 1991 27
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CBS "This Morning" regarding Victims Crime Week and the Brady Bill April 22, 1991 28
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Address by President Bush and the Attorney General at the signing ceremony for National Crime Victims Rights Week April 22, 1991 29
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U.S. Conference of Mayors, Fifth Annual Meeting on Crime and Drugs regarding "Cracking Down on Violent Crime" (including questions and answers) April 23, 1991 30
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NPR "All Things Considered" regarding Supreme Court Victim Impact Statements April 24, 1991 31
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CBS "Evening News" regarding Supreme Court Victim Impact Statements April 24, 1991 32
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ABC WJLA-TV, Channel 7 regarding Victim Impact Statements April 24, 1991 33
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Proceedings of Supreme Court Case: Payne v. Tennessee April 24, 1991 34
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Fox WTTG-TV, Channel 5 regarding Victim Impact Statements April 24, 1991 35
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ABC "Good Morning America" regarding Victim Impact Statements April 25, 1991 36
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ABC "World News This Morning" regarding Victim Impact Statements April 25, 1991 37
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CBS "Eyewitness News" regarding Legal Advocates in Education April 26, 1991 38
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Address to Annual Judicial Conference, Chicago April 29, 1991 39
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ABC, Interview with Tim O'Brien regarding Miranda May 1991 40
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Press Conference regarding Antitrust College Investigation May 22, 1991 41
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ABC "This Week with David Brinkley" regarding Civil Rights Bill June 2, 1991 42
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Remarks by President Bush regarding Thornburgh's plans to become a candidate for Senate June 4, 1991 43
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ABC Interview with Tim O'Brien regarding the Miranda rule June 12, 1991 44
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Fox "Morning News" regarding the Crime Bill June 13, 1991 45
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ABC "This Week with David Brinkley" regarding the Supreme Court after Marshall June 30, 1991 47
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NBC "Meet the Press" regarding the Supreme Court June 30, 1991 48
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ABC "Good Morning America" regarding Clarence Thomas' Nomination to the Supreme Court July 2, 1991 49
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NPR Interview with Claudil Sanchez regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) July 23, 1991 50
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CBS "Face the Nation" regarding BCCI August 4, 1991 51
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Press Conference regarding Weed and Seed (new anti-drug initiative) August 7, 1991 52
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Remarks of President Bush to the Fraternal Order of Police regarding Thornburgh's achievements for law enforcement August 14, 1991 53
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Farewell Ceremony honoring Attorney General Thornburgh August 15, 1991 54
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CNN "Evans and Novak" regarding Attorney General Thornburgh running for Senate August 17, 1991 55
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Meeting with Jack Torry, Pittsburgh Post Gazette Reporter, regarding responsibilities as Attorney General undated 56

Subseries  4. Nomination and Confirmation Files 

Scope and Contents note

While serving as Director of the Institute of Politics, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Thornburgh received a telephone call from A. B. Culvahouse. Jr., counsel to President Reagan, indicating that Reagan was interested in nominating Thornburgh to succeed Edwin Meese as Attorney General of the United States. Thornburgh says in his autobiography that he was "hardly expecting Culvahouse's call" because Thornburgh's recommendation to the President had come from former assistant attorney general William Weld, who was in "disfavor" with the Reagan administration for criticizing Meese ( Evidence, p.199). However, Thornburgh did think himself one of the "logical candidates" for his "law enforcement, political and management record, as well as [his] good relations with the president and vice president" (  Evidence, 199).

But the call did come, and after meeting with President Reagan on July 12, 1988, he received the President's formal request to serve as Attorney General. Over the next month Thornburgh found himself in a whirlwind schedule of meetings, hearings, Washington visits, all of which required the perusal of preparatory research binders provided by the Department of Justice, the completion of forms and questionnaires, and attention to the memoranda and correspondence regarding details of his nomination process.

The largest section of material here concerns the Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on August 5, 1988, during which Thornburgh was interviewed and questioned regarding his positions on issues and his management of problems while Governor of Pennsylvania. This hearing required extensive research, much of it regarding Department of Justice issues, policies and problems Thornburgh handled during his governorship, as well as background on the members of the committee. In addition to research, there is also correspondence, Thornburgh's annotated notes, mock hearing questions and transcripts of the session (available here online).

The Attorney General nomination and confirmation files are organized into the following five sections: 1)Nomination of Thornburgh as United States Attorney General, July, 1988, including news releases from the White House, statements by President Reagan and Thornburgh, and a published declaration of Thornburgh's nomination in the Congressional Record; 2) Nominee questionnaires and forms, 1988, which include the White House personal data statement, a questionnaire from the Senate Judiciary Committee (with Thornburgh's personal notes and draft responses to questions), financial disclosure forms, and other documents; 3) Research binders prepared for Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on August 5, 1988, which include research on committee members and questions and answers given by previous nominees, and a Thornburgh-annotated and "clean" (un-annotated) copy of a research binder on all Department of Justice components and issues within the DOJ; 4) Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing preparation and transcripts, includes information on Pennsylvania issues while Thornburgh was governor, transcripts of the hearing, and follow-up material, including questions and answers, courtesy calls, personal notes, and news clippings; and 5) Confirmation and swearing-in of Thornburgh as United States Attorney General, August-September, 1988, including a published declaration of Thornburgh's confirmation in the Congressional Record, lists and plans for the swearing-in ceremony on September 12, 1988 and remarks made by President Reagan and Attorney General Thornburgh at the ceremony.

Nomination of Thornburgh as United States Attorney General, July, 1988 

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President Reagan's nomination of Thornburgh as Attorney General: White House news releases and statements by President Reagan and Thornburgh July 12, 1988 7541
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Congressional Record, vol. 134, no. 107, nomination received, Dick Thornburgh of Pennsylvania to be Attorney General July 25, 1988 2

Nominee Questionnaires and Forms, 1988 

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FBI Data form and Thornburgh notes July, 1988 3
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White House Personal Data Statement: Thornburgh notes and drafts and final copy 1988 4-5
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Senate Judiciary Committee questionnaire: Thornburgh notes and draft responses 1988 6-8
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"Confirmation Process" memorandum regarding process of nomination, confirmation and appointment 1988 9
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Arthur B. Culvahouse, Counsel to the President: memorandum for prospective appointees regarding conflicts of interest for presidential appointees July, 1988 10
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Presidential Appointees Handbook: prepared by National Academy of Public Administration undated 11
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Personal financial disclosure form (SF 278): Thornburgh notes and drafts July, 1988 12
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Personal financial disclosure form (SF 278): correspondence between Office of Government Ethics, Kirkpatrick and Lockhart and U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary July-August, 1988 13
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Personal financial disclosure form (SF 278): signed but without Ethics Committee notations July 25, 1988 14
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Personal financial disclosure form (SF 278): final copy with Ethics Committee notations July-August, 1988 15

Research Binders Prepared for Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing, August 5, 1988 

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Research on Senate Judiciary Committee members, including bios, transcripts, articles and opinions by members August, 1988 16
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Binder prepared by the Department of Justice (DOJ) containing questions and answers from all DOJ components and background, with Thornburgh annotations August, 1988 17
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Binder prepared by the Department of Justice (DOJ) containing questions and answers from all DOJ components and background, with Thornburgh annotations August, 1988 7551-2
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Binder prepared by the Department of Justice (DOJ) containing questions and answers from all DOJ components and background, unmarked copy August, 1988 3-5

Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing Preparation and Transcripts, August 5, 1988 

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Department of Justice, Office of Legislative Affairs memorandum regarding mock hearing questions August 3, 1988 6
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Hearing background research and preparation on topics including drugs, deportation procedures, judicial appointment of minorities, handguns and other topics July-August, 1988 7
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Hearing background research and preparation on abortion 1981-1988 8
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Hearing background research and preparation on McNally decision on mail fraud 1987-1988 9
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Hearing background research and preparation on Thornburgh's 1966 Campaign for U.S. Congress and news clippings 1966 10
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Hearing background research and preparation on Thornburgh's accomplishments as U.S. Attorney 1969-1977 11
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Hearing background research and preparation on Proceedings of Thornburgh's confirmation hearing for Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division June 12, 1975 7561
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Hearing background research and preparation on Criminal Division 1976-1977 2
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Hearing background research and preparation on Supreme Court case, Abney v. United States October, 1976 3
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Hearing background research and preparation on Pennsylvania issues during Thornburgh's term as governor 1985-1986 4
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Negative correspondence to Senate Judiciary Committee regarding Thornburgh's appointment as Attorney General July 20, 1988 5
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Positive correspondence to Senate Judiciary Committee regarding Thornburgh's appointment as Attorney General July-August, 1988 6
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Thornburgh's interview with the Auditor General's Office following Senate Judiciary Committee hearing August 3, 1988 7
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Thornburgh's Washington DC schedule and courtesy calls with senators July 25-28, 1988 8
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Partial Senate Judiciary Committee hearing transcript, with corrections August 5, 1988 9
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Senate Judiciary Committee hearing transcript, morning and afternoon sessions, with Thornburgh's annotations August 5, 1988 10
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Senate Judiciary Committee follow-up questions after hearing and Thornburgh's answers and background material July-September, 1988 11
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Thornburgh's personal notes regarding nomination, hearing and appointment July-August, 1988 12
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News clippings regarding Thornburgh's nomination and confirmation as Attorney General of the United States July-August, 1988 13
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News clippings regarding Thornburgh's nomination and confirmation as Attorney General of the United States July-August, 1988 14

Confirmation and Swearing-in of Thornburgh as United States Attorney General, August-September, 1988 

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Swearing-in ceremony: memoranda and notes, lists and plans August 12, 1988 16
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Swearing-in ceremony: remarks by Thornburgh and President Reagan and draft of Thornburgh's speech with annotations August 12, 1988 17
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Swearing-in ceremony: questions and answers following ceremony with Attorney General Thornburgh August 12, 1988 18

Subseries  5. Attorney General Thornburgh's Files 

Scope and Contents note

These Attorney General files were kept by the staff of the Office of Attorney General and consist of topics that were of particular interest or usefulness to Thornburgh, both in his role as Attorney General (justice-related) and in his personal life (non-justice related). These were kept separately and are similarly separate here. The justice-related files are not to be seen as representing department priorities necessarily, but more files of convenience to the Attorney General. Among those are issue files referred to as "Nuggets," which were files of particular relevancy and interest, and which Thornburgh kept close at hand for ready reference.

What is interesting, despite the more personal nature of these files, is that the notable topics and challenges of Thornburgh's years as Attorney General are well represented here. For example, the Savings and Loan (S and L) fraud scandal is a topic which dominates the "Nuggets" files, as drugs and related issues do with the Department of Justice files. Other prominent issues are crime and civil rights. It is fair to say that these files will have particular interest to researchers.

The Attorney General's non-justice related files are simply issues and events in which he had a more personal interest. Here, you find topics ranging, just for example, from baseball to personal events, to Pennsylvania matters, lists of trips taken by the Attorney General, and files regarding his official Governor portrait hanging in 1991.

The Attorney General's files are arranged as follows: 1) Department of Justice files (justice-related), an alphabetical listing of issues, people, organizations, events and other materials specifically related to Thornburgh's work as Attorney General. Large grouping of files, such as "Cases and investigations," are arranged alphabetically within each category (for example, by name of person or organization); 2) Attorney General's files (non-justice related), an alphabetical listing of issues, people, organizations, events and topics that are not necessarily related to his position at the Department of Justice; 3) Newspaper and magazine articles written about Thornburgh and kept in chronological order; 4) "Nugget" files; and 5) Telephone logs and messages, from the Office of the Attorney General.

Department of Justice Files (Justice-related) 

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Abortion: general materials May, 1991 7571
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Abortion: "Will Roe v. Wade be overruled?", article by Paul Keidinger, ABA Journal July 1, 1988 2
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Abortion: Webster v. Reproductive Health Services, Supreme Court case, Docket No. 88-605 February-July, 1989 3
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Abortion: Wichita abortion clinic litigation May, 1991 4
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Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Regulations (ACIR) March, 1988-May, 1989 5
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AIDS/HIV 1988-1990 6
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Air Carriers Access Act February, 1990 7
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Alabama Fair Campaign Practices Act August, 1989 8
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Alien Terrorist Removal Act June, 1991 9
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American Bar Association (ABA) March, 1989-February, 1991 10
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American Bar Foundation Fellows February, 1989 11
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American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) September, 1988 12
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American Indian Law Newsletter November-December, 1989 13
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Antitrust: enforcement and investigations 1989-1991 14
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Articles: related to Department of Justice (DOJ) June, 1988-April, 1991 15
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Asset forfeiture April, 1989-August, 1991 16
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Asylum regulations for refugees, memo to Attorney General (AG) July 18, 1990 17
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Attorney General's (AG) birthday parties 1990, 1991 18
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Attorney General dining room usage June, 1989-August, 1991 19
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Attorney General (AG): fundraising by Ginny Thornburgh for charities October, 1989 20
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Attorney General (AG) history, "The President, the Attorney General, and the Department of Justice," a paper by Daniel Meador, and conference proceedings at University of Virginia January 4-5, 1990 21
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Attorney General (AG): intern programs 1989-1991 22
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Attorney General (AG): government aircraft usage, includes final General Accounting Office (GAO) report 1989-1992 23
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Attorney General (AG): scheduling operations September, 1990 24
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Attorney General (AG): spouse travel (Ginny Thornburgh) 1989-1991 25
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Attorney General (AG): travel expense reports and vouchers 1988-1991 7581-3
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Audits of the Department of Justice (DOJ) by the General Accounting Office (GAO) October, 1988-March, 1990 4
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Authorization hearing regarding funding for fiscal year 1992 July, 1991 5
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President's Commission on Aviation Security and Terrorism August, 1989 6
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Banco Nazionale del Lavoro (BNL): reports and other materials kept by Thornburgh (annotated) 1991-1994 7
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Banco Nazionale del Lavoro (BNL): reports and other materials (Thornburgh annotations) 1991-1994 8
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Banco Nazionale del Lavoro (BNL): reports and other materials (Thornburgh annotations) 1991-1994 9
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Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) October, 1988-August, 1991 10
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Briefings: Lee v. Macon County Board of Education January, 1989 11
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Brookings Institution: Proceedings of Eleventh Seminar on the Administration of Justice April 7-9, 1989 12
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Budget: estimates and President's budget 1989-1990 13
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Budget for fiscal year 1992 1991 14
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Bulgaria October, 1990 15
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Bureau of Justice Statistics November, 1990 16
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Bureau of Prisons 1987-1991 17
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"The Bush Fifty: Guide to the President's inner circle," article by Steven Heilbronner, Dossier, regarding White House staff January, 1990 18
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Cabinet reports: prepared weekly by the Department of Justice (DOJ) March, 1989-July, 1991 19
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Cabinet reports: prepared weekly by the Department of Justice (DOJ) March, 1989-July, 1991 7591-2
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Cases and investigations: Baraldini, Sylvia March-December, 1990 3
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Cases and investigations: Barry, Mayor Marion November, 1990 4
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Cases and investigations: Bloch, Felix 1989-1990 5
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Cases and investigations: Bosch, Orlando July, 1990 6
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Cases and investigations: Calderon, Ricardo Arias 1990 7
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Cases and investigations: Camarena, Enrique (Kiki) May-October, 1990 8
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Cases and investigations: Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) prosecutions March, 1990 9
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Cases and investigations: Cicconi, James W., independent counsel matter April-May, 1989 10
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Cases and investigations: Doherty, Joseph (deportation) 1989-1991 11
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Cases and investigations: Eleta-Almaran, Carlos February, 1990 12
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Cases and investigations: Fauntroy, William, independent counsel matter March, 1989 13
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Cases and investigations: United States v. Thomas Gaubert, report of the fraud section of the Criminal Division October-November, 1988 14
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Cases and investigations: Gonzalez, Henry and BNL scandal, statement of Gonzalez to House Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs, entitled, "BNL Indictment Delayed and Thornburgh Misled Congress" March 30, 1992 15
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Cases and investigations: Gotti, John April, 1989-September, 1990 16
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Cases and investigations: United States v. Khader Musa Hamide August, 1989 17
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Cases and investigations: Higgins, Lt. Col. Indictment August, 1989 18
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Cases and investigations: Hodgson v. Minnesota regarding Amicus participation in case August, 1989 19
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Cases and investigations: Keating, Charles October, 1989-February, 1990 20
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Cases and investigations: Machain, Alvarez May-August, 1990 21
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Cases and investigations: Marcos, Ferdinand, indictment 1988-1990 22
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Cases and investigations: McAfee, Larry, Persons with Disabilities case April, 1990 23
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Cases and investigations: Meese, Edwin, former Attorney General of the United States, Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) report 1988-1989 24
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Cases and investigations: Milken, Michael February-March, 1990 25
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Cases and investigations: Noriega, Manuel, dictator of Panama January, 1990-July, 1991 7601
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Cases and investigations: United States v. Oliver North, Docket No. CR 88-80, Classified Information Procedure Act (CIPA) hearings February-November, 1989 2
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Cases and investigations: Pilon, Roger March-July, 1990 3
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Cases and investigations: Rochon, Donald v. Attorney General August, 1990 4
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Cases and investigations: Rocky Flats Nuclear Power Plant in Denver, CO August, 1989 5
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Cases and investigations: St. Germain, Fernand, Public Integrity Section investigation May-November, 1988 6
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Cases and investigations: Swindall, Senator Patrick, indictment October, 1988 7
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Cases and investigations: Tampa, FL, multiple homicide case August, 1989 8
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Cases and investigations: Timothy v. Rochester, NH School District, Docket No. 88-1847 October, 1988 9
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Cases and investigations: Weld, William, independent counsel matter October-November, 1988 10
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Center for Excellence in Government, briefing regarding pay raises for federal officials December, 1988 11
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China August, 1989 12
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Chinese student legislation January, 1990 13
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Christmas party of the Department of Justice (DOJ) 1988-1990 14-16
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"Christmas in April" volunteer program April-May, 1990 17
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Citadel: DOJ investigation March, 1990 18
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Civil Division 1987-1991 19
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Civil Rights Act of 1990 1990 20
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Civil Rights Division 1989-1991 21
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Civil rights: correspondence between Thornburgh and United States Senators 1990 22
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Civil rights: legislation, meetings, cases and research 1990-1991 23
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Civil rights: legislation, meetings, cases and research 1990-1991 7611-3
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Civil rights: MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour transcript with guest John Dunne, AAG for Civil Rights October 22, 1990 4
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Civil rights: memoranda (internal) to and from Thornburgh 1990 5
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Civil rights: minority set-aside contracts for minority businesses 1988 6
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Civil rights: news clippings and filed complaints 1988-1990 7
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Civil rights: Op-Ed article by John Dunne, AAG for Civil Rights (submitted to Washington Post but possibly unpublished) [circa 1990] 8
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Civil rights: race exclusive scholarships 1990 9
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Civil rights: White House memoranda and correspondence to and from the OAG 1990 10
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Clean Air Act June, 1989-October, 1990 11
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Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) supporting health and welfare organizations to which federal employees may give money 1989-1991 12
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Community Relations Service (CRS) 1989-1990 13
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Component Head meetings, held monthly 1989-1991 14
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Component Head meetings for law enforcement, held monthly 1989-1990 15
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Component Head meetings for the Office of Legislative Affairs (OLA), held weekly July-September, 1990 16
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Component Head meetings for the Solicitor General's Office (SG), held weekly September, 1989-April, 1991 7621
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Computer Reservation System (CRS): joint venture of American and Delta Airlines June, 1989 2
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Congratulatory letters to Thornburgh after taking office as Attorney General December, 1988 3
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Congress document requests November-December, 1988 4
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Correspondence (not to or from Thornburgh) 1988-1989 5
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Council on Competitiveness (CC) including "A Report from the President's Council on Competitiveness: Agenda for Civil Justice Reform in America" 1990-1991 6
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Crime 1989-1991 7
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Crime: computer-related 1991 8
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Crime: economic-related 1991 9
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Crime: Project Triggerlock (enforcement program to separate dangerous offenders from weapons) 1991 10
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Crime: statistics July 18, 1990 11
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Crime bill 1990-1991 12-14
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Criminal code reform 1988-1990 15-16
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Criminal Division 1990-1991 17
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Criminal Division, updated submissions to the Attorney General briefing book October 31, 1988 18
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Crips and Bloods (rival Los Angeles gangs) 1989 19
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Customs service: United States 1989-1990 20
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Death penalty: including "Does death penalty deter killers? No clear answer," article by Ted Rohrlich, Los Angeles Times August, 1988-November, 1990 7631
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Department of Justice accomplishments (includes report "On Course and Getting Results: A report to the President of the United States") January, 1989-August, 1991 2
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Department of Justice: decorating and redecorating of office March-June, 1989 3
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Department of Justice journal, "Justice," to discuss the department and the history and development of the law January-March, 1990 4
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Department of Justice: major increases in growth of department divisions 1989-1991 5
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Department of Justice: organization materials of department divisions 1988-1991 6
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Deputy Attorney General's Office (DAG) 1990-1991 7
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Detention Planning Committee April, 1990 8
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Domestic Policy Council (DPC): Council on Competitiveness June, 1990-May, 1991 9
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Domestic Policy Council (DPC): Economic Empowerment Task Force August, 1990-August, 1991 10
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Domestic Policy Council (DPC): Low Income Opportunity Board June-September, 1990 11
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Domestic Policy Council (DPC): memoranda and meeting materials 1989-1991 12-15
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Domestic Policy Council (DPC): volunteer liability and tort liability reform December, 1989-September, 1990 7641
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Domestic Policy Council (DPC): weekly reports on activities March, 1989-July, 1991 2
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Drug bill: "Anti-abuse Act of 1988" 1988-1991 3-4
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Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) 1988-1991 5
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Drugs: correspondence, memoranda and reports 1988-1991 6-7
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Drugs: education 1988 8
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Drugs: FBI drug program February, 1989 9
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Drugs: international, Colombia, allocation of funds for international criminal investigation training program August, 1989 10
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Drugs: international, extradition August, 1989-March, 1990 11
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Drugs: international, "International Narcotics Control Strategy Report," by the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) February-March, 1989 12
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Drugs: international, usage and opposition efforts 1989-1990 13
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Drugs: international countries and regions, Colombia September, 1988-May, 1991 7651
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Drugs: international countries and regions, Latin America July, 1988-April, 1991 2
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Drugs: international countries and regions, Mexico August, 1988-October, 1990 3
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Drugs: international countries and regions, Peru October, 1989-May, 1990 4
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Drugs: international countries and regions, United Nations (UN) Drug Convention, Vienna, Austria December 19, 1988 5
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Drugs: international countries and regions, Uruguay April, 1990 6
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Drugs: Kennedy School reports 1982-1988 7
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Drugs: money laundering 1986-1990 8
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Drugs: Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), director William Bennett February, 1989-September, 1990 9
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Drugs: proposed death penalty November, 1989 10
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Drug report: "National Drug Control Strategy," submitted by the President of the United States to Congress July, 1989 11
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Drug report: "National Drug Control Strategy," submitted by the President of the United States to Congress January, 1990 12
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Drug report: "National Drug Control Strategy," submitted by the President of the United States to Congress September, 1990 13
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Drug testing program September, 1988-November, 1990 14
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Drug trafficking: research and paper written by Attorney General Thornburgh 1988-1989 15
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Drug trafficking: "Drug Trafficking: A Report to the President of the United States," compiled by the United States Attorneys and the Attorney General of the United States August 3, 1989 16
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Eastern Airlines machinist strike March, 1989 7661
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Economic Policy Council (EPC) April, 1989-March, 1991 2
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Election 1990 (Presidential) November, 1990 3
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Environment and Natural Resources September, 1989-November, 1990 4
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Ethics legislation, including independent counsel provisions of Ethics in Government Act September, 1988, November, 1989 5
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Ethics ruling in United States v. Lopez, Docket No. CR-89-0687 May, 1991 6
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Executive clemency January, 1989 7
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Executive privilege and its application to intra-departmental communication June-July, 1991 8
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Executive Working Group (EWG) for Federal, State and Local Prosecutorial Relations February 4-5, 1988 9
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Exxon-Valdez oil spill, Alaska November, 1989-July, 1994 10
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Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI): administrative material November, 1988-August, 1990 11
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Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI): "Detail" group August, 1989 12
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Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI): DNA testing and forensic usage January-February, 1991 13
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Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI): news events October, 1988-May, 1989 14
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Federal prison system: statement by J. Michael Quinlan, director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, before the Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and Administration of Justice of the House Judiciary Committee July 27, 1989 15
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Federal Records Act/Presidential Records Act September, 1989 16
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Financial Institution Industry Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act February, 1989 17
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Foreign Corrupt Practices Act November, 1989 18
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Free Congress Foundation, "A Framework for Governance" report January, 1989 19
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Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) April-August, 1990 20
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Furloughs and the Antideficiency Act 1990 21
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Germany, "Is extremist or opportunist behind Bonn Rightist's tempered slogans?" article in the New York Times June 27, 1989 22
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Gift receipts: foreign and domestic gifts given to Attorney General 1988-1989 23-25
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Gift receipts: foreign and domestic gifts given to Attorney General 1990 7671-3
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Gun and assault weapons control April, 1989-May, 1991 4
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Habeas Corpus and Crime Bill (amendments to Habeas Corpus filing) May, 1990-April, 1991 5
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Harrisburg, PA indictment August, 1990 6
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Hatch Act and White House strategy to repeal Act May, 1990 7
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Hate crimes April, 1990 8
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House Judiciary Committee: information regarding new members January, 1989 9
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Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD): mortgage fraud scandal June, 1989-November, 1990 10
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Hungary, "Hungarians are thriving, gloomily," article in The New York Times June 24, 1991 11
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Immigration Act of 1990: technical amendments to "fine tune" criminal alien provisions May-June, 1991 12
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Immigration and Naturalization Service: administrative material July, 1989-June, 1991 13
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Immigration and Naturalization Service: refugees February-October, 1989 14
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Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA) April, 1990 15
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Inslaw: reports to Attorney General, including Investigative Report by the House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary 1991-1993 16
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Inslaw: reports to Attorney General, including Investigative Report by the House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary 1991-1993 7681
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Inslaw, Inc. v. United States, Docket Nos. 90-5052 and 90-5053 February, 1988-May, 1991 2-3
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Inslaw: reports to Attorney General, including Investigative Report by the House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary September, 1989-July, 1990 4
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Intelligence and appropriated funds 1991 5
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Office of Intelligence Policy and Review 1987-1990 6
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Office of International Affairs February, 1990-May, 1991 7
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International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) 1988-1990 8
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International Club One Luncheon September 26, 1990 9
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International Enforcement Operation April, 1990 10
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Iowa, northern district, Grand Jury report April, 1990 11
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Iran/Contra affair October, 1989-October, 1990 12
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Joint Technological Innovation Act of 1989 June, 1989 13
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Judicial information 1988-1991 14
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Judicial selection May, 1989-April, 1991 15-16
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Office of Justice Programs 1990 17
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KGB (Russian acronym for "Committee for State Security") 1989 18
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Ku Klux Klan (KKK) October, 1990 19
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Latin America, democracy in the Caribbean March, 1987 7691
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Lawyers and law firms 1989 2
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"Leadership in America: Rebuilding the Public Service," report of the National Commission on Public Service 1989 3
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Leaks in Justice Department June, 1989-March, 1990 4
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Office of Legal Counsel: administrative materials April, 1989-July, 1991 5
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Office of Legal Counsel: opinion on extraterritorial law enforcement activities June-November, 1989 6
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Office of Legal Counsel: opinions on issues and legal cases December, 1989-April, 1991 7
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Legal Services Corporation January-March, 1989 8
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Office of Legislative Affairs (OLA): administrative materials September, 1988-August, 1991 9-10
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Office of Liaison Services November, 1989-July, 1991 11
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Long Beach, CA police and Don Jackson brutality incident March, 1989 12
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Louisiana higher education case, United States v. State of Louisiana, Docket No. 80-3300 August, 1989 13
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Luncheon for AAGs and spouses and other senior Justice Department staff, hosted by Attorney General and Ginny Thornburgh November, 1988 14
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Luncheon for AAGs and spouses and other senior Justice Department staff, hosted by Attorney General and Ginny Thornburgh November, 1990 15
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Mail bomb attacks and FBI investigation January-March, 1990 16
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Office of Management and Budget (OMB) 1990 17
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Mariel Cuban Repatriation Program November, 1988 18
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United States Marshals Service March, 1990-February, 1991 19
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Media: justice-related memos, news clippings and articles 1988-1990 20
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Mexico, "Mexico on the Move," article by Mortimer Zuckerman, editor in chief of U.S. News and World Report July 8, 1991 21
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Miami, FL shooting incident January, 1989 22
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Miranda policy June 20, 1988 23
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Money laundering 1989-1991 24
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National Advisory Commission on Law Enforcement (NACLE) 1990 25
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National Association of Former U.S. Attorneys 1987-1990 26
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National Drug Policy Board September-October, 1988 27
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National Right to Life Committee, Inc. 1988-1989 28
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National security: draft of directive from President of the United States to Administration officials January 23, 1989 29
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Nicaraguan refugees: influx into Florida January, 1989 30
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"Operation Polar Cap" (investigation of money laundering in downtown Los Angeles, CA jewelry district) May-October, 1990 7701
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Organizational sentencing guidelines proposed by the U.S. Sentencing Commission (USSC) May, 1990 2
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Organized Crime: articles, memoranda and statements of officials (not Thornburgh) in the Department of Justice 1989-1991 3
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Organized Crime Strike Force September, 1988-January, 1990 4
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Organized Crime Strike Force: FBI field office reports May, 1989 5
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Pan Am 103; includes post AG file on subsequent indictments May, 1990-February, 1991 6
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Panama and the fall of the Noriega dictatorship (includes statement issued by the President of the United States) May, 1989 7
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Pay studies and gender pay gap March, 1989-August, 1991 8
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Persian Gulf War November, 1990-February, 1991 9
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Personnel of the Department of Justice: letters and articles regarding staff and personnel 1991 10
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Personnel security: executive order February-May, 1989 11
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Persons with disabilities October, 1988-January, 1991 12
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Picnic for OAG staff and families 1989-1990 13
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Plea bargaining policy March, 1989 14
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Police brutality: Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and Rodney King incident March-April, 1991 15
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Police Executive Research Forum 1987-1988 16
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Office of Policy Development (OPD): administrative materials June, 1989 17
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Office of Policy Development (OPD): memo from Attorney General Thornburgh to upgrade the former Office of Legal Policy to the Office of Policy Development November 16, 1989 18
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Polls: "The People, the Press and Politics 1990," A Times Mirror political typology, Times Mirror Center for the People and the Press 1990-1991 19
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Pornography 1990-1991 20
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Post Employment Restrictions Act of 1988 November, 1988 21
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President's Intelligence Oversight Board undated 22
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Press and media phone list for the Department of Justice January, 1989 23
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Price fixing February, 1990 24
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Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) February-April, 1990 25
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Proposition 65, notes and phone messages regarding January, 1989 26
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Office of Public Affairs: administrative materials May, 1989-June, 1990 27
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Office of Public Affairs: bureau updates August, 1989-August, 1991 28
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Office of Public Affairs: bureau updates August, 1989-August, 1991 7711-3
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Office of Public Affairs: regular Department of Justice briefings 1990 4-6
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Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act (RICO) June, 1989-July, 1991 7
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Recruitment and retention of Department of Justice attorneys May, 1990 8
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Recusals from investigation by Attorney General Thornburgh January, 1990-July, 1991 9
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Saudi Arabia legal system undated 10
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Savings and Loans fraud scandals July, 1989-January, 1991 11
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Scheduling index of groups and persons to see Attorney General Thornburgh June, 1989 7721
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Senate Democratic Policy Agenda February, 1991 2
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Senate: statements of Arnold Burns and William Weld before Judiciary Committee July 7, 1988 3
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Sentencing guidelines of the United States June, 1989-October, 1990 4
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Sessions, William, director of the FBI, statement on the Hispanic Class Action Lawsuit September 30, 1988 5
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Sexual harassment February, 1990 6
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Sherman Act May, 1990 7
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Office of the Solicitor General (SG) January, 1990-May, 1991 8
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Soviet Jews October, 1989-February, 1990 9
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Space in the Department of Justice office undated 10
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Office of Special Investigations January-July, 1989 11
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Speeches given by Attorney General Thornburgh, notes, clippings and correspondence 1990 12
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Speech and reports regarding Office of Attorney General (OAG) 200th anniversary, given by Herb Brownell September, 1989 13
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Speech and reports: "Preventing Civil Disturbances," a report by Robert Trojanowicz July, 1989 14
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Speech and reports: "Training Dissidents in the Evil Empire," report by Paul Weyrich December 6, 1989 15
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Speech and reports regarding United States and Soviet Union relations, given by Richard Schifter November 1, 1989 16
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Speech and reports: multiple testimonies and statements regarding Victims' rights, given by Jane Burnley May, 1988-August, 1989 17
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State Attorneys General, "Attorneys General flex their muscles," article in the Wall Street Journal July 13, 1988 18
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Stern, Barry, of LRP Publications, an Axion Group Company, publications include "Bankruptcy Court Decisions" and "National Disability Law Reporter" November-December, 1990 19
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Supreme Court annual survey, "The Supreme Court, 1988 Term," by the Harvard Law Review November, 1989 20
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Supreme Court argument by Attorney General Thornburgh on Burnley v. Railway Executives Association, Docket No. 87-1555 November 2, 1988 21
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Supreme Court argument by Attorney General Thornburgh on Payne v. Tennessee, Docket No. 90-5721 April 24, 1991 22
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Supreme Court cases January-May, 1991 23
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Supreme Court case: Freytag v. IRS, Docket No. 90-762 April-June, 1991 24
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Supreme Court case: John Pozsgai v. United States, Docket No. 89-1735 October, 1990 25
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Supreme Court case: United States v. Mistretta, Docket Nos. 87-1904 and 87-7028 October, 1990 26
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Supreme Court decisions April-December, 1990 27
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Tax Division February-May, 1990 28
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Terrorism June, 1989-April, 1991 29
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Thomas, Judge Clarence, nomination to Supreme Court July, 1991 30
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"Today in History" articles and Instant Almanac of Events, book by Leonard and Thelma Spinrad, Parker Publishing Company, New York 1972-1990 31-32
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United Technologies Corporation January-February, 1990 33
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University tuition-setting: unfair financial aid packages and violation of anti-trust law June-August, 1989 7731
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U.S. Attorneys: Attorney General's Advisory Committee 1988 2
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U.S. Attorneys: Executive Office December, 1989-March, 1990 3
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U.S. Attorneys: general materials 1982-1988 4
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U.S. Attorneys: general materials, including "Status of Inter-Agency Securities and Commodities Fraud Task Forces" 1982-1989 5
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U.S. Attorneys: Massachusetts, removal of Frank McNamara from the Department of Justice December, 1988-April, 1989 6
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USSR: general materials March, 1989-March, 1991 7
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USSR: trip by Attorney General Thornburgh March-November, 1989 8
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Verdugo case: U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Docket No. 88-5462, CR-87-422(A)-ER 1988-1991 9
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Violent crime: briefing by Attorney General on crime bill reported out of the House Judiciary Committee and Letter to Judiciary Committee opposing enactment of "Violent Crime Control Act of 1991" (S 618) and supporting S 635 September 12, 1990, May 14, 1991 10
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Virginia Military Institute (VMI) issue regarding integration of women into all-male program February-November, 1990 11
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Voting Rights Act, League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) v. Mattox, Docket No. 90-8014 April-May, 1990 12
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Washington Legal Foundation April-May, 1989 13
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Westfall vs. Erwin (Federal Employees Liability Reform and Tort Compensation Act) 1988 14
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West Virginia: Mike Carey, U.S. Attorney, named "West Virginian of the Year" by West Virginia Gazette-Mail December 31, 1989 15
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Whistleblower Protection Act February-August, 1989 16
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White collar crime 1989-1990 17
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White House: administrative materials July, 1989-April, 1991 18-19
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White House conference calls September, 1988-January, 1989 20
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White House news summaries June-August, 1991 21

Department of Justice Files (Personal) 

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Accomplishments of Thornburgh as U.S. Attorney for Western Pennsylvania 1975 7741
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Accomplishments of the Department of Justice (DOJ): Thornburgh notes and DOJ publications 1990-1991 2
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Allegheny County Bar Association biographical questionnaire 1987-1990 3
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American Bar Association (ABA) 1989-1991 4
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Archive information to establish library of Thornburgh's personal papers October, 1989 5
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Articles of interest and about AG (including re potential Vice Presidential Selection, 1988) 1988-1991 6
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Article mailings from Attorney General Thornburgh August, 1988-June, 1991 7-8
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Attorney General Filing System, Executive Secretariat, Subjective files January-August, 1991 9
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Attorney General memoranda to heads of components, offices, boards and divisions regarding weekly reports October-November, 1989 10
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Attorney General "papers issue" regarding DOJ copying of Thornburgh files 1992-1993 11
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Baseball 1989-1991 12
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Bullets regarding Thornburgh's work as Attorney General and Department of Justice improvements June-July, 1991 13
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Cambridge Survey Research on political standing of outgoing Governor Thornburgh December 15, 1986 14
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Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology and Government, advisory council May-August, 1988 15
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Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology and Government, binder of commission activities prepared for Attorney General Thornburgh 1988-1989 16
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Commemoration of 50th anniversary of the Department of Justice building, bound book 1984 17
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Commemoration of 200th anniversary of the Office of the Attorney General (OAG): invitation to ceremonies September 22, 1989 18
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The Commonwealth Foundation, policy conference, "Emerging Issues and our Commonwealth's Future" November 15, 1988 19
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Correspondence between Attorney General Thornburgh and Presidents Reagan and Bush January, 1989-August, 1991 20
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Correspondence and notes between White House staff, legislators and organizations 1990-1991 21
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Council on Foreign Relations June, 1988-June, 1991 22
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Departure documents and memoranda regarding Attorney General Thornburgh's resignation August, 1991 23
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Electric car battery and the creation of gasoline-electric hybrid car 1989-1991 24
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Ephemera and poems regarding Attorney General Thornburgh and office staff 1989-1991 25
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Ethics, organizations, individuals and issues June, 1988-October, 1989 7751
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Ethics material for Dick Thornburgh 1988-1991, binder prepared by Nancy Watson January 12, 1994 2-4
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Family information 1988-1991 5
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Farewell receptions after resignation from office August, 1991 6
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Gift receipts for farewell gifts received by Thornburgh August 19, 1991 7
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Gift receipts and procedure for approval of gifts by the Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) 1988-1991 8
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Governor Thornburgh Committee expense reports 1988-1990 9
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Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA) at the University of Pittsburgh June-September, 1989 10
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History of the United States Supreme Court January, 1990 11
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Hudson Institute, "Report and Prospectus, 1961-1991" 1991 12
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Institute of Politics, Proceedings 1989-1990 13
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Letters to Thornburgh and articles regarding Pennsylvania gubernatorial race in 1990 1990 14
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Memoranda from Linda Starnes and Nancy Watson to Attorney General and Ginny Thornburgh regarding "to-do lists" January-May, 1989 15
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Mercersburg Academy fundraising letter to Thornburgh March, 1989 16
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Middle District, PA: preliminary FBI investigation of allegations of excessive force by police May-July, 1991 17
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National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA): membership materials 1988-1991 7761-4
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National Civic League 1989 5
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Newspaper and journal listing for Attorney General's Office subscription undated 6
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Office computer issue: allegation that Attorney General Thornburgh planned to use DOJ office computer for political purposes, allegation dropped April 3, 1989 7
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Official business trips taken by Attorney General Thornburgh: lists and documentation of travel issue April, 1990-April, 1991 8
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Pennsylvania Manufacturers Association (PMA) "Legislative Bulletin" 1987-1990 9
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Pennsylvania materials of interest 1989-1991 10
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The Pennsylvania Society, "Annals of the Pennsylvania Society in its Ninetieth Year" Spring, 1989 11
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Pennsylvania state slogan 1983-1989 12
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Personality profiles and biographies on AG Thornburgh and Ginny Thornburgh bio 1990-1991 13
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Personal events: International Gold Cup Races, The Plains, VA October 20, 1990 14
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Personal events: Kendall Hooton wedding, Mt. Lebanon, PA June 1, 1991 15
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Personal events: Monticello tour, Charlottesville, VA August 3, 1991 16
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Personal events: Salem Suns v. Prince William Cannons Minor League baseball game June 18, 1991 17
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Personal events: San Diego Zoo visit, San Diego, CA April 22, 1989 18
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Personal events: theatre events 1989-1991 19
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Personal events: tours and exhibits 1989-1991 20
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Personal events: U.S.S. Baton Rouge visit with Bill Thornburgh July 30, 1991 21
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Personal events: Yale University Class of 1954, 35th annual reunion June 2-3, 1989 7771
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Portrait hanging ceremony of Governor Thornburgh, PA Capitol building, Harrisburg January 11, 1991 2
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President-elect George Bush presentation pen (gift to Attorney General Thornburgh) November 21, 1988 3
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Princess Grace Foundation 1988-1991 4
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"Public Information at the Department of Justice," by Dave Runkel, director of Office of Public Affairs, and other materials of interest February 20, 1990-1991 5
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Relocation to Washington DC 1988-1990 6
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Resignation letter of Attorney General Thornburgh to President Bush August 9, 1991 7
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Rite Aid 1988-1991 8
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Speech: draft of unused speech by Thornburgh, "Liberating Communities from Violent Crime" March, 1991 9
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Statement of Thornburgh regarding death of Pennsylvania Senator John Heinz April, 1991 10
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Supreme Court appearances (of Thornburgh) and arguments March, 1989-June, 1991 11
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"The Thornburgh Years: A Legacy of Excellence" booklets 1986 12
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Three Mile Island (TMI) and Chernobyl news clippings 1989 13
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University of Pittsburgh School of Law 1989-1990 14
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World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh 1989-1990 15
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Yale University alumni mailings 1989-1991 16

Newspaper and Magazine Articles about Attorney General Thornburgh and Department of Justice 

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"Team GOP: A Dream Cabinet," Ripon Forum, Vo. 24, No. 3 August, 1988 17
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"A Team Player," Wall Street Journal editorial, AG Thornburgh's response memo regarding factual inaccuracies October 27, 1988 18
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"Richard Thornburgh," Current Biography, Vol. 49, No. 10 October, 1988 19
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"The New Administration," Crime Control Digest, Vol. 23, No. 4 January 30, 1989 20
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"The Good News, Bad News Cabinet," Citizen, published by Focus on the Family, Vol. 3, No. 2 February, 1989 21
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Moore, W. John, "Global G-Man," National Journal, No. 6 February 11, 1989 22
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"The Devil and Dick Thornburgh," The Economist February 18, 1989 23
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Kaplan, Deen, "Attorney General Affirms Support," Standing Together, published by the National Coalition Against Pornography, Vol. 3, No. 1 January-February, 1989 24
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"U.S. Attorney General Dick Thornburgh," FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin March, 1989 25
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"Thornburgh Meets with National Groups" and "MIM Man of the Month," MIM Newsletter, published by Mortality in Media, Inc. (MIM), Vol. 28, No. 2 March-April, 1989 26
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"Three Mile Island: A Long Shadow," People Weekly April 3, 1989 27
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Cuniberti, Betty and Gary Libman, "Frequent Fliers: More Fast-track Couples Living a Tale of Two Cities," Los Angeles Times April 7, 1989 28
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Wines, Michael, "Attorney General Dick Thornburgh: Shaking Up Justice," New York Times Magazine May 21, 1989 29
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Burden, Ordway P., "Thornburgh's Views on Drugs," International Drug Report, published by the International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association, Vol. 30, No. 6 June, 1989 30
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"The Evolution of a Public Man," The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Magazine July 4, 1989 31
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Purdy, Matthew, "For Thornburgh: A Few Unwelcome Surprises," The Philadelphia Inquirer September 17, 1989 32
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"A Conversation with Richard Thornburgh," Ripon Forum, Vol. 25, No. 3 September, 1989 33
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Sarvey, Don, managing editor, "An Interview with Dick Thornburgh," The Pennsylvania Lawyer September, 1989 34
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Knight, Hans, "Thornburgh: America's Top Lawyer," Delaware Valley Counselor Fall, 1989 35
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"U.S. Attorney General Speaks Strongly," Standing Together, published by The National Coalition Against Pornography, Vol. 3, No. 6 November-December, 1989 36
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Wagar, Linda, "When a Governor Becomes a Fed," State Government News December, 1989 7781
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Marcus, Ruth, "Goodwill for Thornburgh Erodes," The Washington Post January 6, 1990 2
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"Person of the Month," NRAction, published by the NRA Institute for Legislative Action, Vol. 4, Issue 1 January, 1990 3
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"Federal Government Employment Seminar," Tips and Trends, published by the President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities, Vol. 2, No. 1 January, 1990 4
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Taylor, Jr., Stuart, "Smart, Tough and Political," The American Lawyer January-February, 1990 5
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Safire, William, "Bush's Cabinet: Who's Up, Who's Down," New York Times Magazine March 25, 1990 6
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Ostrow, Ronald J., "Cabinet House-cleaner Fights his Own Dust-ups," Los Angeles Times May 27, 1990 7
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Torry, Saundra, "Attorney General Makes the Grade," The Washington Post May 31, 1990 8
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Baer, John M., "Thornburgh Under Fire," Philadelphia Magazine October, 1990 9
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"AG: Incarceration Reduces Crime," NDAA Bulletin, published by the National District Attorneys Association (NDAA), Vol. 10, Issues 1 and 2 Winter, 1991 10
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Witham, Larry, "Thornburgh Asks the Pope to Help Disabled Persons," The Washington Times January 4, 1991 11
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Moore, W. John, "Bush's Most Improved Player?" National Journal January 12, 1991 12
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Smart, Tim and Douglas Harbrecht, "Dick Thornburgh: From Fumbles to Touchdowns," Business week January 14, 1991 13
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Anderson, Charles-Edward, "Thornburgh on the Record," ABA Journal January, 1991 14
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Goldstein, Mark L., "Cheats, Chiselers, and Charlatans," Government Executive February, 1991 15
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Battenfeld, Joe and Andrew Miga, "AG Thornburgh Recaptures Political Luster," Boston Sunday Herald February 17, 1991 16
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"Thornburgh Delivers," The Pittsburgh Press February 20, 1991 17
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"Battling Drug-use," The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette February 20, 1991 18
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Watson, Tom, "'Oh, What a Beautiful Morning:' Why Attorney General Richard Thornburgh No Longer Sings the Blues," Legal Times April 29, 1991 19
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Watson, Tom, "Thornburgh's Legal Legacy: Defense Bar on the Defensive," Legal Times June 10, 1991 20

Nuggets" Files 

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Accomplishments of the Department of Justice (DOJ) 1991 21
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Accomplishments of Attorney General Thornburgh with quotes 1991 22
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Advisory Status Reports for the Attorney General and the Deputy Attorney General October 26, 1989-August 8, 1991 23
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American Bar Association (ABA): "Agenda for Civil Justice in America," annual meeting in Atlanta, GA August, 1991 24
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American Law Institute: Remarks and addresses at the 67th annual meeting (not Thornburgh) May 15-18, 1990 25
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Black officials and civil rights issues 1990-1991 26
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Chemical Action Task Force (CATF) report June, 1991 27
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Communications with persons represented by legal counsel, memoranda from Attorney General Thornburgh to DOJ litigators (aka Thornburgh Memorandum), and other related articles continuing past Thornburgh's AG years June 8, 1989-2001 28
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Correspondence from Attorney General Thornburgh to President Bush 1990-1991 29
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Correspondence from Attorney General Thornburgh to Vice President Quayle and members of Congress 1990-1991 30
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Correspondence to Attorney General Thornburgh from various persons, organizations and cabinet staff 1989-1991 31
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Crime: The Attorney General's Crime Summit including remarks by Attorney General Thornburgh and others March 4-5, 1991 32
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Crime: Crime bill and remarks of President Bush in announcement of bill March 11, 1991 33
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Department of Justice: administrative memoranda, news clippings, and correspondence 1989-1991 34
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Department of Justice: publications and reports regarding various topics (including Attorney General's Semiannual Management Report to Congress) April-September, 1990 7791
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Drug testing: court cases and rulings 1965-1987 2
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Drug testing: news clippings and memoranda 1989-1991 3
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Drug testing: Supreme Court case American Federation of Government Employees v. Burnley October, 1988-April, 1989 4
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Historical articles regarding the Attorney General position, the Department of Justice, Supreme Court, and administration of justice 1982-1991 5
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Independent Counsel issue and appointment of special independent counsel for criminal investigations of members of Congress 1988-1989 6
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Iran Contra affair: memorandum from James Reynolds, chief of Terrorism and Violent Crime Section of DOJ Criminal Division, to Robert Mueller, III, Assistant Attorney General August 2, 1991 7
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Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee (LECC): reports and memoranda 1989-1991 8
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Legislative and administrative policy initiatives for the Department of Justice: memorandum to AG Thornburgh from Thomas Boyd, director of the OPD April 21, 1989 9
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Media guidelines for the availability of information to the media: memoranda to AG Thornburgh from David Runkel, director for communications February-December, 1990 10
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Memoranda to and from Department of Justice employees (excluding AG Thornburgh) 1989-1991 11
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Memoranda from AG Thornburgh to Department of Justice employees on various issues 1990-1991 12
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Memoranda to and from Department of Justice employees, including AG Thornburgh 1990-1991 13
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Memoranda to AG Thornburgh from Department of Justice employees and letters from Thornburgh to legislators 1989-1990 14
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Memoranda to AG Thornburgh from Department of Justice and White House staff 1990-1991 15
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News clippings, memoranda and notes on topics of interest 1989-1991 16
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News releases 1989-1991 7801
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Notes and to-do lists kept by Thornburgh 1989-1991 2
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Opportunity action plan to civic and charitable organizations (including President Bush's remarks in announcement of plan) February 27, 1991 3
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Organization and operation of the Office of Attorney General (OAG) and future tasks: memoranda to AG Thornburgh from Rick Stafford (RAS) and Mark Richard 1988-1990 4
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"Operation Rescue," Wichita abortion protest August-September, 1991 5
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Rule of Law delegation: report on trip to Romania (Thornburgh not part of trip) 1991 6
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S & L fraud: "Attacking Financial Institution fraud: A Report to the Congress of the United States" 1990-1991 7
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S & L fraud: Correspondence between Thornburgh and Senators and news release regarding financial institution fraud asset recovery 1990-1991 8
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S & L fraud: Fraud section, Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) investigation and prosecution of BCCI's bank takeover scheme in the United States 1991 9
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S & L fraud: statistics and fraud initiatives June-August, 1990 10
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S & L fraud: House of Representatives Banking, Finance & Urban Affairs, includes "Fraud in Financial Institutions: U.S. Attorney's Report" April, 1990 11
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S & L fraud: House of Representatives member concerns and documents 1990 12
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S & L fraud: Housing and Urban Development (HUD), prosecution against 1989-1990 13
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S & L fraud: indictments and convictions December, 1990-July, 1991 14
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S & L fraud: legislation regarding financial institutions fraud passed by the Senate July 11, 1990 15
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S & L fraud: news clippings 1989-1990 16
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S & L fraud: news releases February-September, 1990 17
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S & L fraud: procurement fraud 1989-1990 7811
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S & L fraud: prosecution updates from the Department of Justice (DOJ) October 1, 1988-August 12, 1991 2
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S & L fraud: securities fraud news clippings 1989-1991 3
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S & L fraud: Securities and Loan Task Force July, 1989 4
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S & L fraud: Senate members concerns and Senate Banking Committee hearings 1990 5
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S & L fraud: speeches by Department of Justice officials (not AG Thornburgh) February-July, 1990 6
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S & L fraud: survey results and sentencing memorandum regarding U.S. v. Feldman 1989-1990 7
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S & L fraud: Thornburgh testimony: Hearing on Problems of the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, Committee on Housing, Banking and Urban Affairs, U.S. Senate February 9, 1989 8
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S & L fraud: "White Collar Crime," drafts of address by AG Thornburgh to the Federal Bar Association's Tom C. Clark Award luncheon August 25, 1989 9
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S & L fraud: white collar crime news releases, reports and news clippings 1989-1991 10
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"The Soviet Union and the Rule of Law," by AG Thornburgh, Foreign Affairs, Vol. 69, No. 2 Spring, 1990 11
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Supreme Court case: Payne v. Tennessee, argued by Thornburgh 1991 12
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Supreme Court case: U.S. v. Pennsylvania Industrial Chemical Corporation, AG Thornburgh's request for information from case he argued as U.S. Attorney April 30, 1990 13
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Quotes by Herbert Brownell, former Attorney General, and from speeches, articles and testimony by others 1987-1991 14-15

Telephone Logs and Messages 

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Telephone message forms September 8, 1988-June 5, 1991 7821-2
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Telephone logs, notes, messages and talking points 1988-1991 3-5
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Department of Justice Daily Record of telephone communications made and received by Attorney General Dick Thornburgh September 19, 1988-August 14, 1991 6-7

Subseries  6. Daily Schedules 

Scope and Contents note

During the years that Dick Thornburgh was Attorney General his schedule was dense and fast-moving as is evident in these files. The schedules cover August 26, 1988 through August 15, 1991, and are chronologically arranged. The material includes Thornburgh's daily schedule while in Washington, as well as day trips made, and events he attended both locally and out of town The schedules include detailed information such as, for example: the persons met with, speech titles, others who accompanied him to events, and participants in the meetings that took place. There are a few items on the schedules that familiarly occurred each day, such as the morning meetings with his close advisors. These schedules allow the researcher to have a clear picture of the challenges each day presented.

Included in this section are some Ginny Thornburgh daily schedules with dates ranging from January 12,1990 through May 21, 1991.

It should be noted that foreign trips files and related schedules are in a separate section by that name.

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Attorney General Thornburgh August, 1988-August, 1990 7831-13
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Attorney General Thornburgh September, 1990-August, 1991 7841-5
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Ginny Thornburgh 1990-1991 6-11

Subseries  7. Events 

Scope and Contents note

The event files of the Attorney General of the United States were maintained by the Attorney General's staff from August 1988 when Dick Thornburgh assumed office until he resigned in 1991 to seek the U.S. Senate seat in Pennsylvania. Thornburgh's priorities were clear from the start: to launch a "vigorous assault on drug trafficking," to continue to "focus on organized and white-collar crime" and to "step up activity in the civil rights, antitrust and environmental fields" ( Evidence, p.208). The events in these files are extensive and well represent the follow-up actions related to those priorities, and other issues of note. Included, for example, are: white collar crime conferences, symposia, appearances before House and Senate Committees, Supreme Court case arguments, individual meetings, organization events at which he spoke, meetings around the country with U.S. Attorneys, law review banquets, briefings, civil rights meetings, receptions, and gold medal award banquet. They occurred both in and out of Washington, although international trips are in a separate section of the archive.

The files are divided into the following five sections: 1) General Events, alphabetically ordered. Files contain both meetings with people and organizations, but also issues such as "Civil Rights Act" that include extensive background information; 2) International Events, alphabetically ordered. Files are principally events in which international figures visited Thornburgh in Washington D.C. Some files contain background about a related country, Mexico or the Philippines, for example; 3) Congressional Events, alphabetically ordered. These are events specifically relating to Thornburgh's meetings with members of the Congress of the United States. Some of the files are not events, but relate to topics such as: Crime Bills and Civil Rights Act, for example; 4) Press Events, alphabetically ordered. These are events relating to Thornburgh's interactions with the media: television, print, and radio. Here there also are articles written about the Attorney General or about a topic of note; and 5) Out-of-DC trips, alphabetically arranged by state.

General Events 

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ABA (American Bar Association) Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL August 6, 1990 7851
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ABA Commission on Minorities (Hayeck, Archer and Richie), Washington, DC February 18, 1989 2
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ABA Federal Legal Executives Forum Luncheon, Washington, DC June 29, 1989 3
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ABA House of Delegates Meeting, Honolulu, HI August 8, 1989 4
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ABA House of Delegates, Pennsylvania Delegation, Honolulu, HI August 8, 1989 5
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ABA Committee on the Federal Judiciary, Denver, CO February 4, 1989 6
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ABA Committee on the Federal Judiciary, meeting with Ralph Lancaster, Washington, DC August 23, 1989 7
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ABA Committee on the Federal Judiciary, meeting with Judge Harold Tyler, Washington, DC April 4, 1989 8
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Abell, Rick (OJP), farewell ceremony, Washington, DC August 2, 1990 9
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Abernathy, Reverend Ralph, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Washington, DC February 28, 1989 10
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Abraham, Lynne, District Attorney of Philadelphia, Washington, DC June 24, 1991 11
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Abrams, Floyd, Washington, DC December 20, 1990 12
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Abrams, Robert, Attorney General of New York December 13, 1988 13
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ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), Public Hearing, Washington, DC March 13, 1991 14
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ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), White House Signing Ceremony, Washington, DC July 26, 1990 15
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ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), Regulations Status Report, Washington, DC June 20, 1991 16
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ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), Regulations Signing, Washington, DC July 17, 1991 17
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ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), First Anniversary Rose Garden Ceremony, Washington, DC July 26, 1991 18
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ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), Department of Justice First Anniversary Ceremony, Washington, DC July 26, 1991 19
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Ad Hoc Group Against Crime, Kansas City, MO January 23, 1990 20
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Adams, Judge Arlin, HUD Independent Counsel, Washington, DC undated 21
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Administrative Conference of the United States, Washington, DC September 16, 1988 22
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Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, Washington, DC September 29, 1989 23
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African-American History Month, DOJ Observance, Washington, DC February 21, 1991 24
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Agopian, Michael, Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), Washington, DC June 14, 1991 25
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Agudath Israel of America, White House Briefing, Washington, DC September 14, 1989 26
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Agudath Israel of America, 69th Annual Meeting, New York, NY May 12, 1991 27
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Airline Industry Competition Issues, Antitrust Division, Washington, DC January 9, 1991 28
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Alabama Legislature Joint Session, Montgomery, AL May 2, 1991 29
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Alexander, Lamar, Reception, Washington, DC April 16, 1991 30
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Alfalfa Club Dinner, Washington, DC January 28, 1989 31
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Allison, Graham, Washington, DC October 5, 1989 32
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All-Saints Episcopal School May 5, 1989 33
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All-Star Game, Chicago, IL July 10, 1990 34
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Allegheny Conference on Community Development, Pittsburgh, PA November 14, 1988 35
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American Bankers Association, Conference on Money Laundering, New York, NY October 26, 1989 36
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American Correctional Association, Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD August 14, 1989 37
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American Immigration Lawyers Association, Meeting, Washington, DC July 24, 1989 38
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American Jewish Committee, Meeting, Washington, DC July 31, 1990 39
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American Judicature Society, Luncheon, Denver, CO February 4, 1989 40
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American Law Institute, Luncheon, Washington, DC May 19, 1989 41
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American Legion, Pennsylvania Department Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA July 12, 1989 42
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American Legislative Exchange Council, White House Briefings, Washington, DC April 27, 1990, March 1, 1991 43
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American Legislative Exchange Council, Annual Conference, Boston, MA July 27, 1990 7861
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American Stock Exchange, Washington briefing, Washington, DC October 15, 1990 2
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Andrews, Julie Rae January 23, 1989 3
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Annenberg, Ambassador and Mrs. Walter, PA May 16, 1990 4
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Anti-Defamation League, Meeting with David Brody, Washington, DC January 3, 1989 5
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Anti-Defamation League, Civil Rights Committee Dinner, Philadelphia, PA November 2, 1989 6
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Anti-Defamation League, White House Briefing, Washington, DC March 14, 1989 7
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Antitrust Division, Brown Bag Lunch, Washington, DC January 12, 1990 8
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Antitrust Division, Coffee, Washington, DC January 30, 1991 9
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Antitrust Division, Enforcement Guidelines for International Operations November 14, 1988 10
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Appeal of Conscience Foundation Annual Awards Dinner, New York, NY October 18, 1988 11
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Arrington, Mayor Richard of Birmingham June 29, 1989 12
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Ashcroft, John, Governor of Missouri, Washington, DC February 20, 1991 13
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Asian-American Delegation, Family Reunification, Washington, DC July 18, 1990 14
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Asian-Pacific Heritage Week, DOJ Commemoration, Washington, DC May 9, 1990 15
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Asset Forfeiture Briefing, Washington, DC March 15, 1990 16
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Asset Forfeiture Training Program Taping, Washington, DC May 29, 1990 17
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Assistant Attorneys General, Washington, DC August 16, 1989 18
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Associate Attorney General's Office, Washington, DC November 10, 1989 19
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Association for Retarded Citizens (ARC), Annual Convention, Tampa, FL November 8, 1990 20
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Association of American Publishers and American Booksellers Association, Meeting on Rushdie Threats, Washington, DC March 1, 1989 21
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Association of General Counsels, Annual Fall Meeting, Washington, DC October 12, 1989 22
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Attorney General's Advisory Committee of U.S. Attorneys undated 23
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Attorney General's Advisory Committee of U.S. Attorneys, Interview with Nancy Allen on AGAC History, Washington, DC December 20, 1990 24
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Attorney General's Advisory Committee of U.S. Attorneys, Subcommittee on Child Pornography, Organized Crime, and Obscenity, Washington, DC September 21, 1988 25
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Attorney General's Advocacy Institute, Washington, DC March 29, 1990 26
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Attorney General's Award Ceremony, Washington, DC March 8, 1991 27
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Attorney General's Birthday Party, Washington, DC July 16, 1989, July 16, 1990, July 16, 1991 28
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Attorney General's Executive Staff Luncheon, Washington, DC November 4, 1988 29
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Attorney General's Farewell Reception, Washington, DC August 15, 1991 30
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Attorney General's Farewell Speech, Washington, DC August 15, 1991 31
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Attorney General's Honor Program Recipient's Reception, Washington, DC December 14, 1988 32
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Attorney General's Speech to DOJ Employees, Washington, DC October 7, 1988 33
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Attorney General's Working Group on Reducing Violence in America, Arlington, VA July 12, 1989 34
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Attorney Recruitment and Retention Study, Washington, DC November 6, 1989 35
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Atwater, Lee, Funeral Service, Columbia, SC April 1, 1989 7871
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Ayer, Donald, Civil Rights Division Lunch, Washington, DC November 27, 1989 2
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Ayer, Donald, Deputy Attorney General Swearing-in, Washington, DC November 9, 1989 3
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Ayer, Donald, Deputy Solicitor General Farewell, Washington, DC January 11, 1989 4
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Bank America, Dinner hosted by A.W. Clausen, Washington, DC September 25, 1989 5
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Bank Fraud Working Group December 15, 1988 6
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Barnette, Hank, Chairman of Bethlehem Steel May 31, 1989 7
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Barr, Bill, Swearing-in Ceremony, Washington, DC August 6, 1990 8
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Barr, Hank, U.S. District Courthouse, Scranton, PA February 5, 1991 9
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Bartlett, Bo, Exhibition at P.P.O.W. Gallery, New York, NY December 10, 1988 10
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Batavia, Andrew, Office of the Attorney General (OAG), Washington, DC June 25, 1990 11
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Bates, David, Cabinet Secretary, Farewell reception, Washington, DC May 29, 1990 12
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Bayh, Senator and Mrs., Dinner, Washington, DC July 26, 1990 13
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Baylor University Scholars, Photo-op, Washington, DC June 21, 1991 14
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Benkard, James, Washington, DC August 1, 1991 15
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Bennett, Robert, Cleveland, OH May 11, 1991 16
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Bennett, William, Director, Office of National Drug Control Policy, Washington, DC March 13, 1989 17
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Bennett, William, Secretary of Education, Drug Education Discussion, Washington, DC September 6, 1988 18
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Berman, Mike, Washington, DC October 22, 1990 19
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Bloch Case, Washington, DC February 15, 1990 20
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Bloch, Bob (Antitrust Division), Washington, DC July 25, 1991 21
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Bloom, George, Funeral, Harrisburg, PA February 5, 1991 22
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Blumstein, Alfred, Dean of the School of Public and Urban Affairs, Carnegie Mellon University, Washington, DC March 29, 1991 23
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Boggs, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip, Washington, DC October 21, 1988 24
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Bohlmann, Dr. Ralph, Missouri Synod Lutheran Church, Washington, DC August 14, 1989 25
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Bolton, John (Civil Division), Farewell reception, Washington, DC May 26, 1989 26
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Bonner, Judge, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Swearing-in Ceremony, Arlington, VA April 16, 1990 27
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de Borchgrave, Mr. and Mrs. Arnaud, Dinner, Washington, DC October 26, 1988 28
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Bork, Robert, U.S. Court of Appeals, DC Circuit, Washington, DC November 14, 1988 29
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Boskin, Michael, Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) Chairman, Washington, DC February 26, 1990 30
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Boston Center for Independent Living (Americans with Disabilities Act, ADA), Boston, MA September 14, 1990 31
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Bowen, Otis, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC September 21, 1988 32
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Bowsher, Charles, Comptroller General, Washington, DC January 12, 1990 33
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Boys Club of America, Board of Directors, Washington, DC September 27, 1988 34
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Brady, James, HBO Movie Premiere, Washington, DC June 13, 1991 35
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Brady, Nicholas, Secretary of the Treasury, bank mergers, Washington, DC February 8, 1991 36
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Brady, Nicholas, Secretary of the Treasury, luncheon, Washington, DC October 28, 1988 37
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Brand, Judith, Supreme Court Admission Ceremony, Washington, DC May 20, 1991 38
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Branstad, Terry, Governor of Iowa, Breakfast, Des Moines, IA February 8, 1990 39
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Bravo, Ken, Washington, DC June 17, 1991 40
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Breeden, Richard, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman, Washington, DC May 29, 1990 41
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Brown, Charlie, Attorney General of West Virginia, Washington, DC September 8, 1988 42
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Brown, Ernest, (Tax Division), 20th Anniversary Party, Washington, DC July 12, 1990 43
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Brown, Lee, NYPD Police Commissioner and IACP President, Washington, DC February 15, 1989 44
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Brown, Ralph and David Charles Dinner, Des Moines, IA February 7, 1990 45
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Brown, Vaughn, National Director of American Veterans (AMVETS), Washington, DC June 25, 1991 46
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Bruno, Tony, Photo-op, Washington, DC September 8, 1989 47
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Bryson, William C., Deputy Solicitor General, Washington, DC November 28, 1988 48
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Bucknam, Robert (Criminal Division), Washington, DC May 7, 1991 49
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Bureau of Prisons, 60th Anniversary, New York, NY May 14, 1990 50
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Bureau of Prisons, Brown Bag Lunch, Washington, DC October 19, 1988 51
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Bureau of Prisons, Conference on the History of Federal Corrections, Washington, DC March 28, 1991 52
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Burke, James, Partnership for a Drug-Free America, Washington, DC January 4, 1990 53
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Burkhalter, Vice Admiral Edward, Executive Director, Task Force on Border Control, Washington, DC February 3, 1989 54
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Bush, President George, Washington, DC January 27, 1989 55
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Bush, President George, Meeting on Assault Weapons, Washington, DC March 28, 1989 56
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Business-Government Relations Council Luncheon, Washington, DC January 12, 1989 57
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Business Week Symposium for CEO's, Washington, DC October 12, 1991 7881
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Butte, Montana, FBI Field Office and CISPES (Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador), Washington, DC September 19, 1988 2
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Cabinet meeting, President Reagan, Washington, DC 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 3
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Cabinet meeting, President Bush, and White House Dinner August 2 and August 5, 1991 4-5
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Cabinet meeting, Camp David Picnic, Camp David, MD July 21, 1989 6
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California Police Chiefs Association, Anaheim, CA February 4, 1991 7
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Campbell, Dr. Glenn W., Washington, DC November 2, 1988 8
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Campion, Heather, Institute of Politics (IOP), Washington, DC February 22, 1991 9
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Cappucio, Paul, Washington, DC July 30, 1990 10
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Carlson, Norm, Washington, DC January 22, 1991 11
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Carlucci, Frank, Secretary of Defense, Washington, DC November 14, 1988 12
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Carnegie Mellon University, Symposium, Keynote Address, Pittsburgh, PA September 29, 1988 13
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Carr, Don, Energy and Natural Resources (ENR) Division, Farewell Reception, Washington, DC August 15, 1989 14
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Cartusciello, Neil, Energy and Natural Resources (ENR) Division, Washington, DC May 14, 1991 15
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Caruso, Kenneth undated 16
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Cassalia, Maria and Peter, Dr., Washington, DC November 18, 1988 17
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Catholic University Law School, Commencement Address, Washington, DC May 26, 1990 18
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Chapman, Chip, Washington, DC July 29, 1991 19
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Chase Manhattan International Advisory Committee, New York, NY October 29, 1990 20
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Cheney, Dick, Secretary of Defense, Washington, DC May 18, 1989 21
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Chicago Heights Case undated 22
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Choate Rosemary Hall Students, Washington, DC 1989 23
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Christensen, Hal, Farewell Reception, Washington, DC May 23, 1989 24
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Christensen, Hal, Wedding, Washington, DC December 13, 1988 25
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Christman, Dan, Washington, DC October 28, 1988 26
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Christmas Party, Washington, DC December 15, 1988 27
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Citizenship Day Naturalization Ceremony, Washington, DC September 17, 1988 28
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Citizens Crime Commission of Delaware Valley, Law Day Address, Philadelphia, PA May 1, 1991 29
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City Club of Cleveland, Luncheon Address, Cleveland, OH May 11, 1990 30
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Civil Division, Brown Bag Lunch, Washington, DC September 27, 1990 31
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Civil Division, Coffee, Washington, DC January 29, 1991, May 8, 1990 32
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Civil Division, Office Opening, Washington, DC September 30, 1988 33
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Civil Division, Roundtable, Washington, DC January 30, 1991 34
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Civil Rights Act, 25th Anniversary Ceremony, Washington, DC June 29, 1989 35
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Civil Rights Act, Rose Garden Ceremony, Washington, DC May 17, 1990 36
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Civil Rights Act 1991 37
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Civil Rights Division, Brown Bag Lunch, Washington, DC January 30, 1990, February 14, 1991 38
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Civil Rights Division, Coffee, Washington, DC October 10, 1990 39
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Claims Court Bar Association Special Session, Washington, DC October 31, 1989 7891
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Clarke, Jim, Pennsylvania House, Washington, DC December 1, 1989 2
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Clauson, Charles, U.S. Postal Inspector, Washington, DC November 10, 1989 3
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Clements, Bill, Governor of Texas, Washington, DC February 27, 1989 4
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Coalitions for America, 721 Group, Washington, DC July 30, 1991 5
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Coalitions for America, Library Court, Washington, DC September 14, 1989 6
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Coalition for Women's Appointments, Washington, DC June 29, 1989 7
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Cochran, Jay, Washington, DC January 5, 1989 8
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Coffin, Judge Frank and Judge Robert Hall, Meeting on Judicial Salaries, Washington, DC November 10, 1988 9
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Cohill, Judge Maurice and Judge John Gibbons, Meeting, Washington, DC November 15, 1988 10
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Cole, Charles, Attorney General of Alaska, Washington, DC January 28, 1991 11
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Combined Federal Campaign, Washington, DC January 9, 1990 12
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Command Center, Washington, DC November 28, 1989, February 2, 1990, January 10, 1991 13
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Commonwealth Club of California, Address, San Francisco, CA March 23, 1990 14
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Community Relations Service, Brown Bag Lunch, Chevy Chase, MD March 28, 1990 15
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Community Relations Service, Address to the 25th Anniversary Conference, Arlington, VA June 26, 1989 16
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Competitiveness Council, Meeting with Dan Quayle, regarding Product Liability Reform, Washington, DC July 24, 1989 17
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Competitiveness Council, Meeting, Washington, DC September 27, 1990 18
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Competitiveness Council, Meeting with Quayle and Mosbacher, Washington, DC November 15, 1989 19
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Competitiveness Council, Meeting on Biotechnology, Washington, DC March 20, 1990 20
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Competitiveness Council, Civil Justice Reform, Washington, DC June 27, 1991 21
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Competitiveness Council, Civil Justice Reform, Washington, DC July 22, 1991 22
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Competitiveness Council, Wetlands Delineation Manual, Washington, DC July 29, 1991 23
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Component Heads Meeting, Washington, DC March 1, 1991 24
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Conference of Chief Justices, Meeting with Justice Carricio, Washington, DC May 23, 1990 25
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Confidential Assistants Reception, U.S. DOJ, Washington, DC September 28, 1988 26
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Cook County Police Chiefs (Sheriff O'Grady), Chicago, IL August 20, 1990 27
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Coro Foundation Fellows, Meeting, Washington, DC July 12, 1991 28
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Council on Foreign Relations, Address, Washington, DC February 16, 1989 29
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Council on Foreign Relations, Address, New York, NY February 13, 1990 30
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Council of Independent Regulatory Agencies, Breakfast, Washington, DC March 14, 1989 31
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Council of Jewish Federations, Dinner, Cincinnati, OH November 20, 1989 32
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Counter-Intelligence Briefing, Washington, DC February 8, 1989 33
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Cowper, Governor Steve and Attorney General (AG) Doug Baily of Alaska, Washington, DC February 26, 1990 34
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Crawford, Carol, Office of Legislative Affairs (OLA) Swearing-in Ceremony, Washington, DC June 1, 1989 35
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Crime Bill 1989 36
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Crime Bill 1990-1991. 7901-2
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Crime Bill, Meeting with National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) and National District Attorneys Association (NDAA), Washington, DC September 12, 1990 3
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Crime Summit, Washington, DC March 3-5, 1991 4
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Crime Summit, Award Presentations, Washington, DC July 22, 1991 5
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Criminal Code Reform Meeting July 28, 1989 6
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Criminal Division, Breakfast, Washington, DC September 9, 1988 7
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Criminal Division, Brown Bag Lunch, Washington, DC January 5, 1990 8
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Criminal Division, Coffee, Washington, DC January 10, 1991, April 11, 1991 9
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Criminal Division, Office of Special Investigations, Washington, DC January 3, 1989 10
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Criminal Division, Weekly Staff Meeting, Washington, DC October 12, 1989 11
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Crockett, Elizabeth, Washington, DC July 10, 1990 12
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Crowe, Admiral William, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), Washington, DC January 8, 1990 13
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Cruden, John, Energy and Natural Resources (ENR) Division, Washington, DC May 14, 1991 14
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Culvahouse, Arthur B., Counsel to the President, Washington, DC December 22, 1988 15
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Curcio, Jack, CEO of Mack Trucks, Inc., Washington, DC August 24, 1989 16
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Custodial Questioning Policy, Meeting May, 1988 17
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Cutler, Lloyd, Washington, DC October 28, 1988 18
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Dallas Bank Fraud Task Force, Breakfast, Dallas, TX June 13, 1989 19
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Dallas Friday Group, Address, Dallas, TX April 23, 1990 20
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Damon, James, National President of the Elks Club, Washington, DC September 25, 1990 21
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Darman, Richard, Director of Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Washington, DC February 24, 1989, April 12, 1991 22
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Dart, Justin, Washington, DC July 27, 1989 23
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Davenport, Ron, Washington, DC July 6, 1990 24
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D. C. Circuit, Judicial Conference, Williamsburg, VA June 6, 1989 25
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D. C. Circuit, Law Clerks Luncheon, Washington, DC January 23, 1991 26
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DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration), Academy Graduation, Quantico, VA June 9, 1989 27
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DEA Briefing, Washington, DC July 18, 1989 28
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DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration), Brown Bag Lunch, Washington, DC May 13, 1991 29
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DEA Dedication Ceremony, Arlington, VA October 13, 1989 30
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DEA Annual Memorial Service, Arlington, VA May 29, 1990 31
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Dechant, Virgil, Knights of Columbus, Washington, DC July 12, 1990 32
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Dee, Mike, Office of Liaison Services (OLS), Washington, DC January 4, 1991 33
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Deland, Mike, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Regional Administrator, New England, Washington, DC January 19, 1989 34
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Delaware Bench and Bar Conference, Wilmington, DE June 7, 1989 35
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Delaware Governor's Club, White House Briefing, Washington, DC May 21, 1990 36
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Dennis, Dick, Washington, DC March 8, 1991 37
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Dennis, Ed (Criminal Division), Farewell Reception, Washington, DC July 25, 1990 38
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Deputy Attorney General's Office, Brown Bag Lunch, Washington, DC January 24, 1991 39
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Derwinski, Edward, Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Washington, DC May 26, 1989 40
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Desert Shield Prayer Service, Fort Meyer, VA January 17, 1991 41
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Desert Storm Memorial Service and Parade, Arlington, VA June 8, 1991 42
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Goldberg, Arthur, Supreme Court Memorial Service, Washington, DC October 15, 1990 24
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Goldberg, Fred, Commissioner of the IRS, Washington, DC April 10, 1990 25
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Gruber, Charles, President of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), Washington, DC May 15, 1990, June 20, 1990 35
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Hubbard, Alan, Executive Director, Council on Competitiveness, Washington, DC July 19, 1990 17
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Iowa Drug Conference, Des Moines, IA February 8, 1990 40
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Jackson, Michael September 13, 1990 42
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Jackson, Reverend Jesse August 21, 1990, August 5, 1991 43
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Jackson, William December 15, 1988 44
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Jordan, Vernon, Washington, DC February 22, 1990 5
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Justice Management Division, Facilities 2000 Briefing, Washington, DC January 2, 1990 13
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Kamenar, Paul, Washington Legal Foundation, Washington, DC May 22, 1989 14
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Kansas Bar Association, Wichita, KS June 6, 1991 15
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Kansas City Crime Commission, Kansas City, MO October 25, 1990 16
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Kaufman, Ronald, Deputy Assistant to the President for Presidential Personnel, Washington, DC March 29, 1989 17
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Kearns, David, Dinner hosted by K. Graham, Washington, DC June 17, 1991 18
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Kemp, Jack, Secretary of the HUD (Department of Housing and Urban Development) March 17, 1989 21
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King, Rodney Glenn (LAPD Incident), Meeting with President Bush, Washington, DC March 21, 1991 27
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Kirk, Dr. Jerry, Chairman, Religious Alliance Against Pornography, Washington, DC October 27, 1988 29
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Kirkpatrick, Jaime, Washington, DC December 21, 1988 30
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Kmiec, Doug, Washington, DC June 20, 1989 32
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Koop, Dr. C. Everett, Surgeon General undated 33
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Kourakos, Stella, DOJ Employee, Washington, DC October 19, 1988 35
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Larson, Tom, Swearing-in Ceremony, Federal Highway Administrator, Washington, DC March 20, 1991 37
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Lawn, Jack, Farewell Reception and Dinner, Washington, DC March 20, 1990 3
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Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law, Washington, DC April 19, 1989 5
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Lay, Donald, Chief Judge of the 8th Circuit, Washington, DC February 20, 1990 6
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Leadership Conference on Civil Rights January 11, 1989 7
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League of United Latin American Citizens and Latino Issues Forum, Washington, DC January 13, 1989 8
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Legal Advocates in Education, DOJ, Washington, DC March 22, 1991 9
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Lester, Martha, Southwestern Pennsylvania Industrial Resource Centers November 1988 10
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Letelier Case, Meeting with Jerry Shestak, Washington, DC July 16, 1991 11
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Levin, Daniel, Washington, DC July 26, 1990 12
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Levinson, John undated 13
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Lewis, Drew, CEO of Union Pacific Corporation, Washington, DC December 17, 1990 14
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Lincoln Club of Orange County, Irvine, CA June 20, 1990 15
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Lincoln Legal Foundation, Chicago, IL August 20, 1990 16
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Linn County Bar Association Address, Cedar Rapids, IA February 8, 1990 17
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Litigation Division Heads, Washington, DC July 31, 1991 18
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Loeper, Joe, Washington, DC March 20, 1991 19
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Los Angeles Gangs Briefing, Los Angeles, CA April 24, 1989 20
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Lowery, Joseph, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Washington, DC July 24, 1989 23
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Lucas, Bill, Office of Liaison Services (OLS), Washington, DC July 13, 1989 24
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Lucas, Bill, Office of Liaison Services (OLS), Outreach Program, Washington, DC January 3, 1990 25
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Luce, Tom, Dallas, TX April 23, 1990 26
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Lungren, Dan (former CA Congressman), Washington, DC January 18, 1990, January 24, 1991 27
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Luttig, Mike, Office of Legal Counsel (OLC), Washington, DC January 25, 1991 28
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Macdonald, Dr. Ian, Deputy Assistant to the President for Drug Abuse Policy, Washington, DC September 19, 1988 29
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Mackey, John, Office of Liaison Services (OLA), Washington, DC February 2, 1990 30
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Madigan, Ed, Secretary of Agriculture for the Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC March 12, 1991 31
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Mahoney, Maureen, Deputy Solicitor General, Washington, DC July 2, 1991 33
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Maltby, Sarah, Office of Public Affairs (OPA), Washington, DC April 9, 1991 34
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Mandela, Nelson, Address to Congress, Washington, DC June 26, 1990 35
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Marcos Indictment, Meeting with President Reagan, Washington, DC December 15, 1988 36
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Marcy, Kristine, Deputy Attorney General of the United States (DAG), Washington, DC March 8, 1991 37
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Marks, Congressman Marc and Governor Ray Shafer, Washington, DC January 5, 1989 38
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Martin, Lynn, Secretary of Labor, Washington, DC February 22, 1991 39
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Martinez, Robert, Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), Washington, DC January 9, 1991 40
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Martinez, Robert, Governor of Florida, Washington, DC January 26, 1989 41
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Martoche, Salvator, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Enforcement, Washington, DC October 13, 1988 42
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Marzulla, Roger, Lands Division, Washington, DC January 18, 1989 43
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Mecham, Ralph, Director, Administrative Office for U.S. Courts, Washington, DC July 25, 1989 44
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Meese Portrait Unveiling, Washington, DC July 25, 1991 46
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Mehan, Tom, Washington, DC September 10, 1990 47
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Memphis Neighborhood Watch Awards Breakfast, Memphis, TN March 10, 1990 48
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Mercer, Bill, Washington, DC May 19, 1989 49
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Merchants and Manufacturers Association, Universal City, CA June 27, 1990 50
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Merrill Lynch Board of Directors, Washington, DC December 4, 1989 51
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Merrill, Tom, Deputy Solicitor General, Farewell Reception, Washington, DC May 18, 1990 52
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Mid-America Committee, Chicago, IL June 27, 1989 53
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Midby-Byron Center for Judicial Education, Reno, NV November 9, 1990 54
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Millbank Memorial Fund, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Reception, Washington, DC July 24, 1991 55
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Miller, Bob, Governor of Nevada, Washington, DC February 26, 1991 7971
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Miller, Loye, Office of Legislative Affairs (OLA), Farewell Party, Washington, DC May 2, 1989 2
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Montgomery County (Alabama) Bar Association Law Day Luncheon, Montgomery, AL May 2, 1991 3
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Moore, Mike, United States Marshals Service (USMS), Swearing-in Ceremony, Washington, DC December 6, 1989 4
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Morales, Dan, Attorney General of Texas, Washington, DC March 19, 1991 5
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Morris, Joseph, Office of Legislative Affairs (OLA), Washington, DC September 16, 1988 6
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Morris, Stan, United States Marshals Service (USMS), Farewell Reception, Washington, DC October 30, 1989 7
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Mosbacher, Robert, Secretary of Commerce (Lunch and Address to General Counsel's Office), Washington, DC August 9, 1990 8
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Mueller, Robert (Criminal Division), Washington, DC April 3, 1989 9
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Muller, Bob and Sandra Parrino, National Council on the Handicapped, Washington, DC June 8, 1989 10
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Murphy, Mark (Civil Division), Washington, DC October 23, 1990 11
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Myers, Bill, Office of the Attorney General (OAG), Washington, DC May 24, 1989 12
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McGuigan, Pat, Farewell Reception, Washington, DC June 18, 1990 13
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Newman, Connie, Director, Office of Personnel Management, Washington, DC October 30, 1989 37
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Piszek, Ed, Washington, DC July 30, 1991 26
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Robson, John, Deputy Secretary of the Treasury, Washington, DC October 25, 1989 39
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Rosch, Thomas, Chairman of American Bar Association (ABA) Antitrust Section, Washington, DC September 19, 1990 44
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Ruder, David, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Gary Lynch, Director of Enforcement at SEC, Washington, DC February 1, 1989 3
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Runkel, Dave, Office of the Attorney General, Farewell Reception, Washington, DC January 24, 1991 4
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Ryan, Tim, Director, Office of Thrift Supervision, Washington, DC April 10, 1990 6
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Sakaley, Mark, Meeting with Representatives from the Disability Rights Community, Washington, DC February 17, 1989 7
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Saltzstein, Phyllis and Ed, Washington, DC April 6, 1990 8
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San Diego World Affairs Council, San Diego, CA June 27, 1990 9
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Savings and Loan, President Bush and U.S. Attorneys, DOJ, Washington, DC June 22, 1990 12
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Saxbe, William September 7, 1988 13
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Schall, Tony, Office of the Attorney General (OAG), Washington, DC June 13, 1991 14
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Schatz, Linda and Gwen, Washington, DC March 1, 1991 15
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Starr, Ken, Solicitor General, Reception, Washington, DC July 28, 1991 65
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Stehr, Joseph M., FBI Special Agent Director, Washington, DC September 15, 1988 3
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Stephensen, David, Pardon Attorney, Washington, DC December 14, 1990 4
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Stewart, Dick, Farewell Ceremony, Washington, DC August 1, 1991 7
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Stratton, Hal, Attorney General of New Mexico, Washington, DC June 12, 1989 8
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Street, Pamela, Washington, DC September 28, 1990 9
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Structural Impediments Initiative, Briefing with President Bush, Washington, DC April 12, 1990 10
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Studeman, Vice Admiral William, Director, National Security Agency (NSA) 1989 11
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Suarez, Xavier, Mayor of Miami, Washington, DC August 3, 1989 12
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Sullivan, Louis, Secretary of Health and Human Services (Civil Rights Meeting), Washington, DC February 6, 1991 13
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Temple Law Review, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Symposium, Philadelphia, PA September 24, 1990 33
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Texans War on Drugs, Drug Free Business Initiative Conference, San Antonio, TX September 27, 1989 34
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Texas Police Association, 90th Annual Conference, Ft. Worth, TX June 13, 1989 35
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Texas State Bar, White Collar Crime Conference, San Antonio, TX April 23, 1990 36
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Third Circuit Judicial Conference, Pittsburgh, PA September 27, 1990 37
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Thomas, Judge Clarence, Swearing-in Ceremony, Washington, DC April 27, 1990 38
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Thomas, Lee, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator and Jim Seif, Washington, DC October 7, 1988 39
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Thompson, Dick, Prosecuting Attorney of Oakland County, MI, Washington, DC November 6, 1990 40
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Thompson, Tommy, Governor of Wisconsin, Washington, DC April 25, 1990 41
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Thornburgh, Ann and friends, Washington, DC May 18, 1989 42
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Thornburgh's Governor Portrait Unveiling, Harrisburg, PA January 11, 1991 43
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Thornburgh Reception, Washington, DC November 20, 1989 44
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Three Mile Island (TMI) Tenth Anniversary Dinner, Washington, DC March 22, 1989 45
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Thurmond Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee (LECC) Awards Luncheon, Columbia, SC April 30, 1990 46
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Till, Kim, Washington, DC June 22, 1990 47
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TIME Magazine Executive Forum on Drug Policy, Washington, DC April 17, 1989 48
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Toohey, Delbert, Deputy Assistant, Director-designate, Inspection Unit, FBI, Washington, DC February 1, 1989 49
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Town Hall of California, Beverly Hills, CA February 4, 1991 8041
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Treen, David, Washington, DC October 2, 1990 2
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Turner, Jim, Civil Rights Division, Washington, DC November 29, 1989 3
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Uhlmann, Mike, Washington, DC November 25, 1989 4
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U.S. Attorney, Albuquerque, William Lutz, Albuquerque, NM May 2, 1990 5
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U.S. Attorney, Alexandria, Henry Hudson, Alexandria, VA January 10, 1991 6
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U.S. Attorney, Anchorage, Wesley Shea, Anchorage, AK August 31, 1990 7
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U.S. Attorney, Atlanta, Joe Whitley, Atlanta, GA November 20, 1990 8
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U.S. Attorney, Baltimore, Richard Bennett, Washington, DC July 18, 1991 9
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U.S. Attorney, Billings, Doris Poppler, Washington, DC September 20, 1990 10
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U.S. Attorney, Boston, Wayne Budd, Boston, MA March 26, 1990 11
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U.S. Attorney, Cedar Rapids, Chuck Larson January 26, 1990 12
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U.S. Attorney, Chicago, Ira Raphaelson, Chicago, IL February 7, 1990 13
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U.S. Attorney, Cincinnati, D. Michael Crites, Cincinnati, OH November 18, 1989 14
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U.S. Attorney, Cleveland, Joyce George, Cleveland, OH May 11, 1990 15
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U.S. Attorney, Colorado, Michael Norton, Washington, DC January 12, 1990 16
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U.S. Attorney, Columbia, Bart Daniel, Columbia, SC April 30, 1990 17
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U.S. Attorney, Connecticut, Stan Twardy, New Haven, CT December 11, 1990 18
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U.S. Attorney, Des Moines, Gene Shepard, Des Moines, IA February 8, 1990 19
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U.S. Attorney, Detroit, Roy "Joe" Hayes, Washington, DC April 3, 1989 20
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U.S. Attorney, Ft. Worth, Marvin Collins, Dallas, TX April 23, 1990 21
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U.S. Attorney, Grand Rapids, John Smietanka, Grand Rapids, MI October 18, 1990 22
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U.S. Attorney, Hammond, James Richmond, Hammond, IN October 15, 1990 23
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U.S. Attorney, Harrisburg, Jim West, Washington, DC September 27, 1989 24
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U.S. Attorney, Hawaii, Dan Bent, Honolulu, HI August 8, 1989 25
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U.S. Attorney, Houston, Henry Oncken, Washington, DC February 24, 1989 26
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U.S. Attorney, Houston, Ron Woods, Washington, DC February 14, 1991 27
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U.S. Attorney, Jackson, George Phillips (cancelled) May 3, 1991 28
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U.S. Attorney, Kansas, Lee Thompson, Washington, DC July 12, 1990 29
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U.S. Attorney, Kansas City, Jean Bradshaw, Kansas City, MO July 20, 1990 30
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U.S. Attorney, Knoxville, John Gill, Knoxville, TN March 9, 1990 31
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U.S. Attorney, Los Angeles, Manuel Medrano and John Carlton, Washington, DC September 13, 1990 32
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U.S. Attorney, Louisville, Joe Whittle, Louisville, KY October 2, 1990 33
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U.S. Attorney, Miami, Dexter Lehinen, Miami, FL October 27, 1989 34
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U.S. Attorney, Minneapolis, Jerome Arnold, Minneapolis, MN undated 35
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U.S. Attorney, Montgomery, Jim Wilson, Montgomery, AL May 2, 1991 36
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U.S. Attorney, Nashville, Joe Brown, Nashville, TN March 9, 1990 37
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U.S. Attorney, Newark, Michael Chertoff, Washington, DC July 1, 1991 38
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U.S. Attorney, New Orleans, Harry Rosenberg, New Orleans, LA January 8, 1991 39
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U.S. Attorney, New York, Southern District, Otto Obermaier, New York, NY February 13, 1990 40
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U.S. Attorney, North Dakota, Steve Easton, Washington, DC June 20, 1990 41
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U.S. Attorney, Oklahoma City, Timothy Leonard, Washington, DC January 17, 1990 42
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U.S. Attorney, Philadelphia, Michael Baylson, Philadelphia, PA undated 43
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U.S. Attorney, Phoenix, Linda Akers, Washington, DC February 7, 1991 44
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U.S. Attorney, Pittsburgh, Tom Corbett, Washington, DC January 30, 1990 45
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U.S. Attorney, Portland (Maine), Dick Cohen, Portland, ME July 19, 1989 46
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U.S. Attorney, Portland (Oregon), Charles Turner, Portland, OR October 17, 1988 47
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U.S. Attorney, Roanoke, Montgomery Tucker, Washington, DC June 4, 1991 48
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U.S. Attorney, Salt Lake City, Dee Benson, Salt Lake City, UT May 31, 1990 8051
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U.S. Attorney, San Antonio, Ron Ederer, Washington, DC November 29, 1989 2
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U.S. Attorney, San Diego, William Braniff, San Diego, CA October 24, 1988 3
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U.S. Attorney, San Francisco, Bill McGivern, San Francisco, CA March 23, 1990 4
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U.S. Attorney, San Juan, Daniel Lopez Romo, Washington, DC March 17, 1989 5
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U.S. Attorney, Seattle, Mike McKay and AUSAs, Seattle, WA March 21, 1990 6
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U.S. Attorney, Spokane, John Lamp, Spokane, WA March 22, 1990 7
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U.S. Attorney, St. Louis, Steve Higgins, Washington, DC October 26, 1990 8
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U.S. Attorney, Tallahassee, Ken Sukhia, Tallahassee, FL October 24, 1990 9
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U.S. Attorney, Tampa, Bob Genzman, Tampa, FL November 14, 1989 10
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U.S. Attorney, Tulsa, Tony Graham, Tulsa, OK October 25, 1990 11
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U.S. Attorney, Washington, DC, Jay Stephens, Washington, DC December 18, 1990 12
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U.S. Attorney, Wilmington, Wilmington, DE June 7, 1989 13
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U.S. Attorney, Wichita, Lee Thompson, Wichita, KS June 6, 1991 14
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U.S. Attorneys, Breakfast meeting on the Crime Bill, Washington, DC June 4, 1991 15
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U.S. Attorneys, Conference, Charleston, SC October 8, 1988 16
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