Government Hearings - 1960s

  • 1964 0729 - GOV (Senate) - Life Insurance Taxation
    • [PDF-39p]
    • Senate - Committee on Finance
  • 1965 - GOV (Senate) - The Insurance Industry
    • Senate - Committee on the Judiciary - Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly
    • Part 1 - 1958 - Aviation Insurance - [PDF- p-GooglePlay]
    • Part 8 - 1959 - OCEAN MARINE, RATING AND STATE RATE REGULATION
    • Part 12 - 1965 0505 and 0506 - High-Risk Automobile Insurance - [PDF- p-GooglePlay]
      • Kitzer
    • Part 16 - 1969 0630 and 0702 - State Fire & Casualty Company - [PDF-407p-GooglePlay]
      • Mafia
  • 1967 - GOV (Senate) - Consumer Credit Industry
    • PART 3A-APPENDIX -
      • p2996 - Article, "Insurers Under Fire, Critics Say Practices of Industry Con fuse Life Insurance Buyers,"' Wall Street Journal, September 5, 1967.
      • Article, "Residents of Four States Pass up Bargain Insurance," The Wall Street Journal, September 5, 1967.
      • Article, " Letters to the Editor: Insurance Industry Replies, Under writer Approval, and Professor Belth Comments, " The Wall Street Journal, September 14 , 1967
      • Letter from Prudential Insurance Co. employee to the Wall Street Journal, October 3, 1967, enclosing a page from Prudential's train ing manual.

  • 1969 - GOV (House) - Use of NSLI Investment Funds for Veterans Mortgage Financing
  • Report of Special Stud of Securities Markets of the Securities and Exchange Commission
    • 1963 0401 - Part 1 - 50p
      • (p10) - Potentially affecting an even larger segment of the population, private retirement and insurance programs for individuals depend considerably on investments in corporate securities. This has been historically true as to corporate bonds and in recent years has become increasingly true as to corporate stocks. As of December 31, 1961,
        holdings of corporate securities by life insurance companies and private pension funds were estimated at $93 billion, of which corporate stocks represented about 30 percent. Personal Trust Funds held $57 billion in corporate securities, mostly common stocks preferred stocks.