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.
22 linear feet, 4 linear inches, 51 boxes
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