Vetoes-Records of Republican Presidents (Eisenhower, Nixon and Ford) and Democratic Congress Members, undated
Scope and Contents
Upon becoming Majority Whip in 1971, O'Neill entered the leadership of the House. This carried with it a more active role in Congress' relationship with the President and the Executive branch. Later, as Speaker during the Reagan administration, O'Neill would come to be seen as spokesman for the Democratic Party. This documentation provides a limited perspective of O'Neill's White House activities. Correspondence from the presidents and their staffs during these years is combined with White House press releases. The latter cover various presidential policy and legislative proposals, speeches, fact sheets, and statements.
Restrictions on Access
Collection is open for research. Selected items are closed due to fragility; a microfilm access copy is available. Audiovisual recordings in this collection have been migrated from source media; digital use copies can only be accessed onsite in the Burns Library Reading Room.
From the Sub-Series: 0.5 Linear Feet (2 containers)
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
- From the Collection: O'Neill, Tip (Person)
Part of the John J. Burns Library Repository
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