When the Marching Stopped: The Politics of Civil Rights Regulatory Agencies

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TABLES
2.1 Cabinet Departments Having Title VI Offices: 1964-198232
2.2 The Structure of Civil Rights Compliance Offices in Federal Departments: 1964-197233
2.3 Reorganizations of Title VI Offices: 1973-198634
2.4 Cabinet-Level Secretaries and Title VI Heads under Five Presidents: 1964-198237
2.5 The Longevity in Office of Title VI Officers: 1964-198238
2.6 Change and Continuity of Title VI Heads in Department of Transportation: 1969-1984 41
2.7 Full-Time Permanent Title VI Staff Members in Federal Departments: 1976-197843
2.8A Total Full-Time Permanent Civil Rights Staff by Executive Department and Agency, Fiscal Year 1983 (Estimate) 44
2.8B Full-Time Permanent Civil Rights Staff by Department and Agency, Fiscal Year 1984 (Estimate) 45
2.9 Personnel Changes by Program Category: 1983-198446
2.10 Civil Rights Staffs by Department, 1983 and 198447

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