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The Commission on Civil Rights in 1959 and is composed of eight Commissioners. Four are appointed by the President of the United States, two by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate, and two by the Speaker of the House of Representatives.

United States Commission on Civil Rights

CR 1.1:    Annual Reports 1959-
CR 1.2    General Publications
CR 1.6:    Regulations, Rules, and Instructions
CR 1.6/2:    Handbooks, Manuals, Guides
CR 1.6/3:    Working with Your Schools
CR 1.8:    Hearings and Conferences Before Commission on Civil Rights
CR 1.9:    Bibliographies, Lists of Publications
CR 1.10:    Clearinghouse Publications 1965-
CR 1.10:15    Civil Rights Directory
CR 1.11/2:    Clearinghouse Publications: Urban Series
CR 1.11:    Urban Studies
CR 1.12:    New Perspectives 1968-
CR 1.14:    School Desegregation in
CR 1.15:    Civil Rights Update
CR 1.16:    Telephone Directory
CR 1.17:    Civil Rights Journal
CR 1.18:    Historical Publications of the United States Commission on Civil Rights 

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This guide was based on work presented by Chris Brown at the University of Denver.  For the original guide see http://libguides.du.edu/BrowseDocs.  Additional information was provided by Donna Andriot's Guide to U.S. Government Publications 2009 edition.

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