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Congressman Graham A. Barden represented North Carolina’s Third District from 1935 to 1961, and headed the House Education and Labor Committee for a decade. Barden made many valuable contributions, including legislation making vocational training possible for all types of physically handicapped people, and efforts to control corruption in labor unions. Admirers of the late Mr. Barden hope to keep alive his ideals through a Barden Chair of Government at Campbell College.
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This article provides statistics and an analysis of the Advisory Budget Commission’s $3.3 billion blueprint for operating State Government. The article discusses anticipated General Fund sources, the outlook on estimated revenues during the next biennium, recommendations for public school teacher pay and highway improvement.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 27 Issue 2, Feb 1969, p15-18, il, bibl, f
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Governor Robert Walter Scott gave his inaugural address on January 3, 1969 in Raleigh. In his talk, Scott enumerated some of North Carolina’s major problems, including low income, inadequate housing, gaps in public education, the highway dilemma, and conservation of natural resources. This article discusses major points in Scott’s inaugural address, his philosophy, and expectations for the state.
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32228
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Arthur L. Becker is general manager of the International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) manufacturing facility in North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park. Since 1965, Becker has observed IBM’s significant contribution to the state’s economic growth. In this article, Becker discusses his background, mechanical and managerial abilities, and vision for the corporation.
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32232
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A study entitled, “The Economic Performance of North Carolina,” is the first of its kind ever produced by and for state government. The report discusses North Carolina’s economic trials and triumphs since 1960, and offers proposals for guiding state economic growth during the coming decade.
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32233
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Earl W. Vaughn of Rockingham County is the Speaker of the House in the 1969 General Assembly, and the first in nearly a century to hold the position in two consecutive sessions. This is a profile of Vaughn’s public and political career.
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Governor Robert Walter Scott was inaugurated on January 3, 1969 in Raleigh. North Carolina Senator J. Ruffin Bailey of Wake County, chairman of the inaugural committee, discusses gubernatorial inauguration planning and Governor Scott’s inauguration ceremony.
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