SENATE COMMITTEE INVESTIGATION Four men sit a table during a congressional Senate committee investigation chaired by Senator Gerald Nye into US involvement in World War One. Photographers are seen behind them; a group of men in overcoats including the wealthy banker J.P. Morgan walk into a building; they are then seen sitting in a large meeting room in front of committee members, and leaving the building. Morgan approaches a waiting car and is the subject of some attention.
J.P. MORGAN QUESTIONED BY SENATE COMMITTEE Excerpts from a U.S. Senate Investigation Committee meeting that begins questioning international banker J.P. Morgan on activities including his failure to pay income taxes for two years.
FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE - HD The foreign relations committee (Senator William Fulbright and Senator Bourke Hickenlooper) hears testimony. Note: Mastered currently in DVC PRO HD – 16 x 9 from film. Available in all HD and SD 4:3 formats.
COMMITTE CHAIRMAN SCOLDS KKK - 1965 House Committee on Un-American Activities Chairman Edward E. Willis chides an unknown person or persons for trying to divert congressional hearings into KKK activities stating in part, "I said before and I'll repeat I'm not gonna be sidetracked or detracted or derailed from these hearings."
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