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CONTENTS

I. ALPHABETICAL LIST OF WITNESSES

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Carey, James B., secretary-treasurer, Congress of Industrial Organizations. 1351
Cruikshank, Nelson H., director, social insurance activities, American
Federation of Labor..

1319
Davis, Michael M., Ph. D., chairman, Committee for the Nation's Health,
Inc., New York, N. Y---

1518
Hansen, Horace R., general counsel, Cooperative Health Federation of
America, St. Paul, Minn----

1384
Lasker, Albert D., president, Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation, New
York, N. Y.--

1437
Lenroot, Katharine, Chief, Children's Bureau, Social Security Administra-
tion --

1286, 1306, 1317
Louchheim, Joseph H., executive director, Committee for the Nation's
Health, Inc., New York, N. Y-----

1543
Miller, Hon. Watson B., Administrator, Federal Security Agency -

1130
Mitchell, William L., Acting Commissioner for Social Security, Social
Security Administration.---

1286, 1310, 1317

Parran, Dr. Thomas, Surgeon General, l'nited States Public Health Service. 1241

Poss, Edward F., chairman, board of grand trustees, and past grand worthy

president, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Springfield, Ohio---

1123

III. LIST OF STATEMENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS
Cruikshank, Nelson H., director, AFL social insurance activities, declara-

tion of American Federation of Labor in re social insurance at its
sixty-fifth convention..

1322

MI

1609
1609

1581

1547

1673

1661

Carey, James B., secretary-treasurer, Congress of Industrial Organizations,

letter of, to Philip R. Rodgers, committee clerk, enclosing list of names

of foreign officials with whom he discussed compulsory insurance_-

Davis, Michael M., Ph. D., chairman, Committee for the Nation's Health,
Inc., New York, N. Y., insertions of:

Chart entitled "Medical Expenditures in Relation to Family Income"--
Chart entitled “And as a Percentage of Total Family Income".
Public Health Reports, vol. 62, No. 11, March 14, 1947, Health Insur-

ance Programs and Plans of Western Europe.-

Donnell, Hon. Forrest C., a United States Senator from the State of

Missouri, insertions of:

American Historical Association, booklet prepared by, for United

States armed forces, entitled, "Is Your Health the Nations'

Business?"

Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, resolution of, in op-

sition to S. 1320, adopted at meeting in Chicago, Ill., 'on June

27-28, 1947

Committee for the Nation's Health, Inc. :

Press release of, dated July 10, 1947, entitled, “Thurman Arnold

Charges AMA With Monopolistic Practices”-

Statement prepared by, entitled, “Brief History of Health Insur-

ance in United States".
Eiseman, Robert, and Goldman:

Data on, derived from report of the Special Committee on Un-

American Activities of the House of Representatives, Seventy-
eighth Congress -
Film strip by, entitled, "Medical Insurancea Pathway to

Health"

House Report No. 786, Eightieth Congress, First Intermediate Report

of the Subcommittee of the Committee on Expenditures in the Ex-
ecutive Departments Authorized To Investigate Publicity and Propa-
ganda of Federal Officials in Formation and Operation of Health

Workshops --
Mitchell, William L., Acting Commissioner for Social Security, Social

Security Administration, statement of experience.-

Newspaper clippings as follows:

Christian Science Monitor, Boston, Mass.:

April 12, 1947, Compulsory Health Insurance Costs Soar in

New Zealand

January 4, 1947, Hiatus in Sickness Insurance_Favorable

Evidence or Praise Found Lacking in Areas Where System

Is Adopted

Daily Worker, New York, N. Y., June 2, 1947, New Film Strip

Dramatizes Need for Health Insurance :

Shearon, Marjorie, l'h. D., letter to, from S. P. S. Jamieson, M. D.,

Nelson, New Zealand, in re New Zealand social-security medical

services

Hansen, Horace R., general counsel, Cooperative Health Federation of

America, St. Paul, Minn., insertion of:

Cooperative Health Federation of America:

Board of directors, statement of, entitled, “Specific Provisions

That Must Be Incorporated in National Health Legislation If

Supported By Consumer-Sponsored Voluntary-Prepayment

Organizations *

Articles of incorporation and bylaws.
Cooperative League of the United States of America:
Resolutions adopted by, at cooperative congress, Columbus, Ohio,

September 9–11, 1946, in re health legislation
Resolution Unanimously Adopted by Fifteenth Biennial Congress,

Cooperative League of the United States of America, Columbus,

Ohio, September 9–11, 1946__-
Cooperative Health Federation of America, George W. Jacobson, secre-

tary-treasurer, letter of, to Dr. Morris Fishbein, editor, Journal of
the AMA, Chicago, Ill., setting forth statement of principles and
aims of the federation..

1196

1316

'1578

1582

1668

1580

1386

1408

1385

1388

1390

Hansen, Horace R., general counsel-Continued

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Cooperative League of the United States of America, and Cooperative

Health Federation of America, H. Jerry Voorhis, executive secre-
tary, letter of, to the committee, authorizing Mr. Hansen to speak for
the league before the committee -

1388

Miller, Hon. Watson B., Administrator, Federal Security Agency, inser-

tions of:

Letter of, to Senator Taft, reporting on S. 545.

1144

Letter of, to Senator Taft, reporting on S. 1320_

1152

Office memo from Zilpha C. Franklin, director of information, Federal

Security Agency, to Mr. Watson B. Miller, Administrator, in re

request for participation in health workshop-

1204

Murray, Hon. James E., a United States Senator from the State of Montana,
insertions of:
Chavez, Hon. Dennis, a United States Senator from the State of New
Mexico, statement of, in re health legislation --

1538
Committee for the Nation's Health, Inc., letter to, from Samuel Robert,

ERG Productions, New York, N. Y., requesting information in re
annual income of physicians_-

1692

Cruikshank, Nelson H., director, AFL social insurance activities, article

of, Playing Politics With Health.-

1214

Fact sheet 1, Health Insurance, compiled by office of Senator Murray-- 1270
Fact sheet 2, Health Insurance, compiled by office of Senator Murray--- 1272
Louchheim, Joseph H., executive director, Committee for the Nation's
Health, Inc., letter of, to-
Senator Murray, amplifying Louchheim's testimony --

1690
Samuel, Robert, ERG Productions, New York, N.Y., in re annual
income of physicians.---

1690
McGrath, Hon. J. Howard, a United States Senator from the State of
Rhode Island, statement of, in re health legislation

1516

Medical Annals, November 1946, excerpt from, The Lady Who Knows - 1213

Newspaper clipping from the Post-Dispatch, St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 19,

1947, Lobbyists Offer of Research Aid Against Health Bill Disclosed-

GOP Employee Working on Measure for Senators Says She Rejected

Proposal of Physicians' Agent ---

1210

Raymond Rich Associates:

Letter of, to Dr. R. L. Sensenich, South Bend, Ind., in re public
relations of the American Medical Association.

1525
Note of, with regard to the National Physicians Committee------ 1534
Report on Public Relations to the Trustees of the American Med-

ical Association, May 24, 1947, by Raymond Rich Associates --- 1526
Telegram of, to the speaker of the house of delegates of the Amer-

ican Medical Association in re resignation of firm from public
relations work for the association --

1524

Rocky Mountain Medical Journal, October 1946, article of, Dr. Shearon

Addresses Colorado Society-

1213

Shearon, Marjorie, Ph. D.:

Letter of, to members of health and medical professions and to

others interested in defeating plans for establishment of State
socialism in the United States..

1207
Statement of, Announcing Establishment of the Shearon Medical
Legislative Service, Washington, D. C., July 1, 1947.-

1208
Subcommittee Report No. 5 of Senate Committee on Education and

Labor, Seventy-ninth Congress, pursuant to Senate Resolution 62
in re health insurance-

1487
Taylor, Hon. Glen H., a United States Senator from the State of Idaho,
statement of, in re health legislation --

1533
Wagner, Hon. Robert F., a United States Senator from the State of
New York, statement of, in re health legislation ----

1514

Pepper, Hon. Claude, a United States Senator from the State of Florida,

insertions of:

Arnold, Thurman, Washington, D. C., letter from, to Dr. Channing

Frothingham, chairman, Committee for the Nation's Health, Inc.,

New York, N. Y., in re S. 545_

1428

Kiplinger's Magazine of April 1947, article entitled "Health Means

Plans and Dollars—We Must Find a Way To Meet Our Challenging

National Medical Problem.-

1431

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