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The Congressional Record, especially for the past ten years, was the single outstanding source of information. Numerous Committee Reports, both majority and minority, were also extensively read and used. No source could be more authoritative nor more worthy of respect.

Numerous other sources quoted briefly were properly credited in the manuscript itself. Special acknowledgments are due to the following:

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