Lots of talk and even print now about market manipulation

Section:

11p ET Sunday, July 14, 2002

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

We urgently seek the help of our supporters in the
United States.

Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan is to
testify to both houses of Congress this week: to
the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday and
to the House Financial Services Committee on
Wednesday. We'd like to try to put the gold
question directly to him through some of the
committee members.

So we're asking our U.S. supporters to review
the list below of the members of the House and
Senate committees and, if our U.S. supporters
find that their representatives or senators are
on the committees, to contact their Washington
offices Monday or early Tuesday and urge the
committee members to ask Greenspan this
question:

Does the United States have any
obligations that are payable in gold, and,
if so, what are they and what are their
extent and purpose?

Please also ask your senator or representative to
let you know if the question is asked and what
sort of answer is given.

We'll have to ask you to do a little research to find
the right telephone numbers, but it will be easy.

To find Washington office phone numbers for U.S.
senators and representatives, go to:

http://www.vote-smart.org/index.phtml

You can find Washington office phone numbers for
House Financial Services Committee members at
the committee's Internet site:

http://financialservices.house.gov/members.asp

Thanks so much for your help!

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

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SENATE BANKING COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Paul Sarbanes (MD)
Phil Gramm (TX)
Chris Dodd (CT)
Richard Shelby (AL)
Tim Johnson (SD)
Robert Bennett (UT)
Jack Reed (RI)
Wayne Allard (CO)
Charles Schumer (NY)
Mike Enzi (WY)
Evan Bayh (IN)
Charles Hagel (NE)
Zell Miller (GA)
Rick Santorum (PA)
Thomas Carper (DE)
Jim Bunning (KY)
Debbie Stabenow (MI)
Mike Crapo (ID)
John Corzine (NJ)
John Ensign (NV)
Daniel Akaka (HI)

HOUSE FINANCIAL SERVICES COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Michael G. Oxley (OH), Chairman
Marge Roukema (NJ), Vice Chairman
Jim A. Leach (IA)
Doug Bereuter (NE)
Richard H. Baker (LA)
Spencer T. Bachus III (AL)
Michael N. Castle (DE)
Peter T. King (NY)
Ed Royce (CA)
Frank D. Lucas (OK)
Bob W. Ney (OH)
Bob Barr (GA)
Sue W. Kelly (NY)
Ron Paul (TX)
Paul E. Gillmor (OH)
Christopher Cox (CA)
Dave Weldon (FL)
Jim Ryun (KS)
Bob Riley (AL)
Steve C. LaTourette (OH)
Donald A. Manzullo (IL)
Walter B. Jones (NC)
Doug Ose (CA)
Judy Biggert IL
Mark Green (WI)
Patrick J. Toomey (PA)
Christopher Shays (CT)
John B. Shadegg (AZ)
Vito J. Fossella Jr. (NY)
Gary G. Miller (CA)
Eric Cantor (VA)
Felix J. Grucci Jr. (NY)
Melissa A. Hart (PA)
Shelley Moore Capito (WV)
Mike Ferguson (NJ)
Mike Rogers (MI)
Patrick J. Tiberi (OH)
John J. LaFalce (NY)
Barney Frank (MA)
Paul E. Kanjorski (PA)
Maxine Waters (CA)
Carolyn B. Maloney (NY)
Luis V. Gutierrez (IL)
Nydia M. Velazquez (NY)
Melvin L. Watt (NC)
Gary L. Ackerman (NY)
Ken E. Bentsen Jr (TX)
James H. Maloney (CT)
Darlene Hooley (OR)
Julia Carson (IN)
Brad Sherman (CA)
Max Sandlin (TX)
Gregory W. Meeks (NY)
Barbara Lee (CA)
Frank R. Mascara (PA)
Jay Inslee (WA)
Jan D. Schakowsky (IL)
Dennis Moore (KS)
Charles A. Gonzalez (TX)
Stephanie Tubbs Jones (OH)
Michael E. Capuano (MA)
Harold E. Ford Jr. (TN)
Ruben Hinojosa (TX)
Ken Lucas (KY)
Ronnie Shows (MS)
Joseph Crowley (NY)
WM. Lacy Clay (MO)
Steve J. Israel (NY)
Mike Ross (AR)
Bernard Sanders (VT)