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The White House
June 10, 1968
EXECUTIVE ORDER #11412
ESTABLISHING A NATIONAL COMMISSION ON
By virtue of the authority vested in me as President of the United States, it is ordered as follows:
SECTION 1. Establishment of the Commission. (a) There is hereby established a National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence (hereinafter referred to as the “Commission”). (b) The Commission shall be composed of:
Dr. Milton Eisenhower, Chairman
Senator Roman Hruska
Albert E. Jenner, Jr.
Congressman William M. McCulloch
*Dr. W. Walter Menninger
*Judge Ernest William McFarland Eric Hoffer
SECTION 2. Functions of the Commission. The Commission shall investigate and make recommendations with respect to:
(a) The causes and prevention of lawless acts of violence in our society, including assassination, murder and assault;
(b) The causes and prevention of disrespect for law and order, of disrespect for public officials, and of violent disruptions of public order by individuals and groups; and
(c) Such other matters as the President may place before the Commission.
SECTION 4. Staff of the Commission.
SECTION 5. Cooperation by Executive Departments and Agencies.
(a) The Commission, acting through its Chairman, is authorized to request from any executive department or agency any information and assistance deemed necessary to carry out its functions under this Order. Each department or agency is directed, to the extent permitted by law and within the limits of available funds, to furnish information and assistance to the Commission.
SECTION 6. Report and Termination. The Commission shall present its report and recommendations as soon as practicable, but not later than one year from the date of this Order. The Commission shall terminate thirty days following the submission of its final report or one year from the date of this Order, whichever is earlier.
S/Lyndon B. Johnson *Added by an Executive Order June 21, 1968
The White House
May 23, 1969
EXECUTIVE ORDER #11469
EXTENDING THE LIFE OF THE NATIONAL COMMISSION
ON THE CAUSES AND PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE
By virtue of the authority vested in me as President of the United States, Executive Order No. 11412 of June 10, 1968, entitled “Establishing a National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence,” is hereby amended by substituting for the last sentence thereof the following: “The Commission shall terminate thrity days following the submission of its final report or on December 10, 1969, whichever is earlier.”
STATEMENT ON THE STAFF STUDIES
The Commission was directed to "go as far as man's knowledge takes” it in searching for the causes of violence and the means of prevention. These studies are reports to the Commission by independent scholars and lawyers who have served as directors of our staff task forces and study teams; they are not reports by the Commission itself. Publication of any of the reports should not be taken to imply endorsement of their contents by the Commission, or by any member of the Commission's staff, including the Executive Director and other staff officers, not directly responsible for the preparation of the particular report. Both the credit and the responsibility for the reports lie in each case with the directors of the task forces and study teams. The Commission is making the reports available at this time as works of scholarship to be judged on their merits, so that the Commission as well as the public may have the benefit of both the reports and informed criticism and comment on their contents.
Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, Chairman Task Force on Demonstrations, Protests, and Group Violence
Lloyd N. Cutler, Executive Director
National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence
Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, Chairman