John Brademas Congressional Papers Bulk, 1958-1981 1948-1981


John Brademas Congressional Papers, Bulk, 1958-1981, 1948-1981

John Brademas Congressional Papers Bulk, 1958-1981 1948-1981

This collection documents John Brademas' career as a U.S. Congressional Representative from Indiana's Third District from 1959 to 1981. A member of the Committee on Education and Labor throughout his tenure, Brademas piloted through Congress major legislation concerning education, arts and humanities, vocational rehabilitation, services for the elderly and handicapped, and libraries and museums. Also included in the collection are materials related to Brademas' role in the Democratic Leadership, the legislative response to the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, and the creation of the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act.

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