David Ginsburg to Direct Commission’s Study of Civil Disorders
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David Ginsburg to Direct Commission’s Study of Civil Disorders

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President Johnson announced today appointment of David Ginsburg, Washington attorney, as executive director of the Special Presidential Commission on Racial Disorders which was established last week. Mr. Ginsburg, a partner in the law firm of Ginsburg and Feldman, has been active in the practice of law in the capital since the 1940s. He is consul for the Israel Government’s Treasury department in New York, handles Democratic Party problems and is active in practice before Federal agencies. His law partner, Myer Feldman, was special deputy counsel to Presidents Kennedy and Johnson.

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