Newsletter by Congressman Bill Brock, Dated March 1965. Brock opens the newsletter by describing the effects the "Great Society" is having on representative government and his opposition to it. He then explains the faults with the Education Bill as an example of the absence of debate, the haste with which bills are passed, and the unequal distribution of funds. He also discusses the depreciation of the dollar in reference to fixed-income individuals. Brock comments on the relationship between foreign aid and the falling gold supply in the U.S.