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The first session convened on 21 January 1971, and adjourned on 17 December 1971.

The second Session convened on 18 January 1972, and adjourned on 18 October 1972.

Leaders and Notable Members

Senate President Pro Tempore (1st session): Allen J. Ellender (D_Louisiana). He was elected on the second day of the Congress, following the death of former President Pro Tempore Richard B. Russell.

Senate Pro Tempore (2nd Session): James O. Eastland (D_Mississippi), following the death of Senator Ellender.

Speaker of the House (both sessions): Carl Albert (D_Oklahoma).

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