Minority Report of Councilman Irvine Turner, Member of the Council Committee to Study the Anti-Poverty Program for the City of Newark, NJ- Dec 1965-ilovepdf-compressed

Minority report of Councilman Irvine Turner on the City Council Committee's investigation of the United Community Corporation (UCC) in 1965. Turner disassociated himself from the Committee's report on the ground that he disagreed with many of the assumptions and recommendations of the report. In his report, Turner refutes the claim that 'the UCC has taken many of the aspects of a political-action pressure group," citing the policy of the Board of Trustees that required any member of the UCC running for political office to take a leave of absence during the candidacy. -- Credit: Newark Public Library

Minority report of Councilman Irvine Turner on the City Council Committee’s investigation of the United Community Corporation (UCC) in 1965. Turner disassociated himself from the Committee’s report on the ground that he disagreed with many of the assumptions and recommendations of the report. In his report, Turner refutes the claim that ‘the UCC has taken many of the aspects of a political-action pressure group,” citing the policy of the Board of Trustees that required any member of the UCC running for political office to take a leave of absence during the candidacy. — Credit: Newark Public Library