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by Anne S. Huff,Samuel I. Doctors
Author: Anne S. Huff,Samuel I. Doctors
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services (August 1974)
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Minority enterprise and the President's Council. Samuel I. Doctors, Anne Sigismund Huff. Minority enterprise has historically been limited to primarily small retail establishments, personal service businesses, and small construction contractors. The role of federal agencies in technology transfer. Despite the fact that minority group. More).
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32 Doctors, Samuel I. and Huff, Anne Sigismund, Minority Enterprise and the President's Council (Cambridge, Mass. 1973), 1-2, 7. 33 McKersie, Robert, Vitalize Black Enterprise, in Black Business Enterprise: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, ed. Bailey, Ronald W. (New York, 1971), 103. 34 Graham, Civil Rights Era, 314. 35 Memo, Howard J. Samuels to Maurice H. Stans, folder: Small Business Administration, box 3; Memo, Daniel P. Moynihan to Staff Secretary, 6 Feb. 1969, box 4, Commerce Department Files, Maurice H. Stans Papers, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, Minnesota.
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This Council was subsequently renamed the Presidential Council for Minority Rights in 1973.
This Council was subsequently renamed the Presidential Council for Minority Rights in 1973. The Presidential Council can consist of no more than 21 persons at any one time. The Council is made up of its Chairman, up to ten permanent members who are appointed for life, and up to ten ordinary members who are appointed for a period of three years and may be re-appointed. The distinction between permanent and non-permanent members.
Lord President of the Council. The Lord President of the Council is the fourth of the Great Officers of State of the United Kingdom, ranking below the Lord High Treasurer but above the Lord Privy Seal. The Lord President usually attends and is responsible for presiding over meetings of the Privy Council, presenting business for the monarch's approval.
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The purpose of the President’s Council is to be a group of influential .
The purpose of the President’s Council is to be a group of influential, major URI supporters who have relevant organizational wisdom, and who are partners with the Global Council and the Executive Director in providing guidance and leadership to URI. The president's council (honorary members and members). Working together with Anne, becoming a founding Global Council trustee for URI was the culmination of all his life’s experience.