Brief report. Questionnaire results, 1961 November 13
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Congressman Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) delivers his radio address, a Brief report, on November 13, 1961. Rep. Dominick gives the results of a questionnaire sent to members of the second Congressional district to assess their opinions on national and international issues. International issues covered include U.S. policy on communist aggression, U.S. membership in the United Nations, sales of surplus U.S. crops to communist countries, the fomenting of revolt in communist countries by the U.S., and the creation of a federal academy to train foreign service personnel. National issues covered by the public opinion poll include federal funding of private civil defense shelters, primary and secondary schools and medical care programs; program cuts to reduce the federal budget deficit and the application of anti-trust laws to labor unions.