Dean Burch papers, 1964-1973 [manuscript].

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Dean Burch papers, 1964-1973 [manuscript].

1964-1973

This collection focuses on two distinct periods in Burch's career: his chairmanship of the Republican National Committee 1964-1965 during the 1964 presidential campaign and its immediate aftermath, and his chairmanship of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, 1969-1973.

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