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: WOMEN FOR MCCARTHY

.. i THE SHOREHAM BUILDING
S806 15TH STREET, N. W.
\`.t *. WASHINGTON, D. C. 20005
/ Telephone: (202) 783-7390
S\ ... / Mrs. Lionel Alanson, Jr.
S, National Coordinator
McCARTHY HAS PEOPLE POWER!

.........And Here's How You Can Use It!


'For months now your group has been working for Senator McCarthy. As the moment
of truth approaches and Chicago looms large on the political horizon, you are urgently
asking what else you can do. How can you make your efforts more effective? Is there
any way you can make other people's efforts more effective? How can you help give
that final heave which will ensure the nomination for the man to whom, by all fair and
democratic principles, it rightly belongs?
One sure way is to consult and cooperate with other groups in your area which
have organizations working for McCarthy. You might be surprised at how many there':.
are and how many ways you could discover together which would give your August efforts
more impact. Consider the following groups and possibilities:

REPUBLICANS AND INDEPENDENTS FOR McCARTHY
Yes--you're reading right. There is a Republican and Independent Movement for '
McCarthy as you'll see when you read the strong and forthright ad that appeared in
the New York Times of Sunday, July 28. (We're sending you copies.) Its purpose is
to produce and demonstrate to delegates the strength of "cross-over votes." Help
the Republicans and Independents for McCarthy in their work for our campaign. Give
their national office details of those you know who may be willing to work with them
(e.g., dissenting Republicans, Rockefeller supporters preferring McCarthy to Nixon,
etc.) The Republicans and Independents for McCarthy seek information on delegates
and G.O..P. chairmen who may be sympathetic (either now or after Miami), G.O.P. clubs,
supporters and publishers who are anti-war. This and other information helpful to
them may be known to you as a result of intelligence gathering, personal contacts,
surveys, canvassing, etc. Encourage local Republican and Independent groups for
McCarthy in your area, and assist them so that they can present our case to the public.
We want people all around the country to know that it's the people of America that
want Eugene, not merely the forward-thinking Democrats.

National Contact: Republicans and Independents for McCarthy
66 West 56th Street
New York, N.Y. 10019
Phone: (212) 247-5990

VIETNAM VETERANS FOR McCARTHY

In a special sense, no section of the public can speak with more authority on the"'
Vietnam War than the men who have fought there. There are many such men who are
strongly against it and who are right behind the Senator. Vietnam Veterans for
McCarthy are willing to talk to groups, issue supporting statements, and help your
efforts in any way they can. Let them help you. You can help them by letting any
Vietnam Veterans who support McCarthy know about this organization.
National Board: /Moher Patricia Barrett, Mrs. John C. Bennett, Mrs. Leonard Bernstein, Mrs. Jonathan B. Bingham, Mrs. George E. Brown, Jr., Mrs. Robert McAfee Brown,
Mrs. Kay Clarenbath, Mrs..Glora Vanderbilt Cooper, Mrs. Pat Crowley, Mrs. Don Edwards, Mrs. Marshall Field, Mrs. Eleanor Clark French, Miss Betty Friedan, Mrs. John
Kenneth Galbraith,-Mrs. Robert Bruce Gimbel, Mrs. Philip Hart, Mrs. Clarie Collins Harvey, Miss Lillian Hellman, Miss Hedda Hendrix, Mrs. Aileen Hernandez, Mrs. Robert W.
Kastenmeier, Mrs. Hideo Kodani, Miss Myrna Loy, Miss Marya. Mannes, Mrs. Ralph McKay, Mrs. C. Kilmer Myers, Jr., Miss Donna Reed, Mrs. Henry S. Reuss, Miss May Sarton,
Mrs. James H. Scheuer, Rep. Alpha Smaby, Mrs. Howard Stein, Sister Mary Luke Tobin, Sister Mary Peter Traxler, Miss Joanne Woodward. ,,






"McCarthy Has People Power'--page -2-


National Contact:


Carl Rogers, National Coordinator
Vietnam Veterans for McCarthy
.Box 719, Times Square Station
New York, N.Y. 10036
Phone: (212) PL 7-7922


CLERGY FOR McCARTHY

Recently a committee of fifty leading American clergymen of all denominations
announced the formation of Clergy for McCarthy. They will be sending out statements
and copies of the Senator's speeches to every church in the country. Why not organize
a "follow-up" campaign in your area by personal visits or phone calls to local clergy?
Help them to become involved. Show them what sort of team they'll join when they come
out for McCarthy. Discuss ways in which you can help them to help our candidate (e.g.,
by providing material on the Senator, his history, his stand on the various vital
issues.) Seek out- the clergy for McCarthy; they can certainly help you.
National-Contact: .*R-Rev. John Boyles
,...* -... McCarthy for President, Shoreham Building
806 15th St. N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20005
Phone: (202) 783-7390

RETURNED VOLUNTEERS FOR McCARTHY
This organization of returned Peace Corps and other foreign service volunteers
has been formed to encourage members to write to delegates,to circulate a statement
endorsed by members and presented to delegates, and to participate as committees
of returned volunteers in the activities of our campaign.. Returned Volunteer
coordinators are now working in over thirty states. Contact them to discuss coordi-
nation of efforts. If you know anyone who is eligible to join this group, the
national coordinator would be glad to hear about such persons. Copies of the statement
for endorsement. Are being mailed to returned volunteers by the State Committees.
Copies are available from the Washington Office.


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LABOR FOR McCAR


I: Bill Carter, Returned Volunteers for McCarthy, 806 15th St. N.W.,
Washington, D.C. 20005. -Phone?. (202) 737-7207, Ext. 84.

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Labor delegates and other labor leaders are being contacted by the .national
office. Senator McCarthy's strong statement supporting the grape boycott has been -
-mailed to all delegates and 800 labor leaders. All McCarthy headquarters are being
urged to collect food and money for strikers to be sent to United Farm Workers,
Box 130, Delano California. Be sure to include labor representatives on McCarthy
Day programs. Write or call the national labor desk for assistance. .
National Contact: Don Rothenberg, Labor Desk, McCarthy for President, 806 15th St.N.W.,
Washington, D.C. 20005. Phone: (202) 783-7390.

INDIVIDUALS FOR McCARTHY
There are many individuals for McCarthy. But how can an individual make his
voice heard? For thirty to forty dollars, any individual can buy enough. radio time
to record a message on why he is for McCarthy. Or he can put a small ad in the paper.-
Or send cables to delegates. McCarthy supporters named McCarthy or McCarty can call .
all the persons in town by those names asking them to write delegates or give.other
support. Encourage the idea of individual-action for McCarthy. Collectively it
would make a great impact.


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