[John Tower Speech about crime prevention, 197u]

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Speech; crime prevention; justice; police force; penalties; legislation S 895 to speed justice in felony trials; rehabilitation; Texas Criminal Justice Council; Dallas designation to receive funds by LEAA [ Law Enforcement Assistance Administration] to reduce street crime and burglary; State Firearms (long guns) Control Assistance Act of 1968; Commission on Corrections, S. 2939; prevention of juvenile delinquency and rehabilitation, S. 2148; illegal narcotics, S. J. Res. 78; legislation, S. 2109, U.s. dues limit to Interpol; Measure, S. 2097, Special Action Office of Drug Abuse Prevention.

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Tower, John G. (John Goodwin), 1925-1991 197u.

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Speech; crime prevention; justice; police force; penalties; legislation S 895 to speed justice in felony trials; rehabilitation; Texas Criminal Justice Council; Dallas designation to receive funds by LEAA [ Law Enforcement Assistance Administration] to reduce street crime and burglary; State Firearms (long guns) Control Assistance Act of 1968; Commission on Corrections, S. 2939; prevention of juvenile delinquency and rehabilitation, S. 2148; illegal narcotics, S. J. Res. 78; legislation, S. 2109, U.s. dues limit to Interpol; Measure, S. 2097, Special Action Office of Drug Abuse Prevention.

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9 p.

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Funded in part by the Institute of Museum & Library Services and the Texas State Library & Archives Commission (2015).

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  • Accession or Local Control No: TowerSpeeches-Box19-Folder10-Crimeprevention-SM
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metapth611971

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Primary source materials produced by Senator John G. Tower and his office during his term as United States Senator from Texas from 1961 to 1984.

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Tower, John G. (John Goodwin), 1925-1991. [John Tower Speech about crime prevention, 197u], text, 197u; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth611971/: accessed December 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Southwestern University.