Martin P. Anderson was a Special Assistant to the President (1969). During President-Elect Nixon’s transitional period, Anderson
was Secretary of the Program-Co-ordination Group and helped to facilitate the development of Nixon’s legislative program.
This series reflects the work of the Program Co-ordination Group that led to the establishment of a series of task forces
created to develop legislative proposals in 1970. Anderson served as Special Consultant to the President for Systems Analysis
from 1970 to 1971.
Martin Anderson was the Director of Research for the Nixon presidential campaign in 1968. During the transition period and
early part of the first Administration (1968-1969), Anderson was a Special Assistant to the President. He served as Special
Consultant to the President for Systems Analysis from 1970-1971.
During the transition period, Anderson was Secretary of the Program Co-ordination Group, chaired by Arthur Burns. The primary
purpose of this group was to facilitate the development of President-Elect Nixon's legislative program. The work of the group
was so successful that a series of task forces were created to develop legislative proposals for 1970.
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Collection is open for research. Some materials may be unavailable based upon categories of materials exempt from public release
established in the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act of 1974.