Statement by Governor Richard J Hughes to the Governor’s Select Commission for the Study Civil Disorder in New Jersey (1)-ilovepdf-compressed

Transcript of address given by Governor Richard J. Hughes to the Governor's Select Commission for the Study of Civil Disorder in New Jersey on August 8, 1967. The Commission was convened by Governor Hughes to study "the causes, the incidents, and the remedies" for the 1967 Newark rebellion. The Governor's Commission, also known as the Lilley Commission after its chair Robert Lilley, held months of hearings from Newark residents and later published its findings in Report for Action. -- Credit: New Jersey State Archives

Transcript of address given by Governor Richard J. Hughes to the Governor’s Select Commission for the Study of Civil Disorder in New Jersey on August 8, 1967. The Commission was convened by Governor Hughes to study “the causes, the incidents, and the remedies” for the 1967 Newark rebellion. The Governor’s Commission, also known as the Lilley Commission after its chair Robert Lilley, held months of hearings from Newark residents and later published its findings in Report for Action. — Credit: New Jersey State Archives