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Guide to the Stanley K. Sheinbaum Collection

Preliminary arrangement and description by D. Tambo and Y. Blue
Department of Special Collections
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University of California, Santa Barbara
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Guide to the Stanley K. Sheinbaum Collection, 1920-2011 [bulk dates 1950s-2000s]

Collection number: Mss 217

Department of Special Collections

Davidson Library

University of California, Santa Barbara
Processed by:
Preliminary arrangement and description by D. Tambo and Y. Blue
Date Completed:
Apr. 12, 2012
Latest revision:
May 14, 2012
Encoded by:
A. Demeter
© 2012 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Stanley K. Sheinbaum Collection
Dates: 1920-2011
Bulk Dates: 1950s-2000s
Collection number: Mss 217
Collection Size: ca. 430 linear feet (385 cartons and document boxes, 2 oversize boxes, 129 audiotapes, 206 videotapes, 1 16 mm film)
Repository: University of California, Santa Barbara. Library. Dept. of Special Collections
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
Abstract: Articles about Sheinbaum, copy of oral history transcript with Joan Didion, and copy of oral history transcript by UCLA. Includes material about his association with CSDI and later New Perspectives magazine. Includes files, ca. latter 1970s-mid 1980s, kept by Stanley K. Sheinbaum mainly during his tenure as University of California Regent [1977-1989], at a time when UC was involved in divestment of South African investments, due to the political situation there.
Physical location: SRLF (Boxes 1-385); Del Sur (Box 386); Annex 2 (audiovisual).
Languages: English

Access Restrictions

Collection is stored off-site; advance notice required for retrieval.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections, UCSB. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Department of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which also must be obtained.

Preferred Citation

Stanley K. Sheinbaum Collection. Mss 217. Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Acquisition Information

Multiple gifts from Stanley K. Sheinbaum, 2004-2012.

Biography

From the Amazon.com summary of "Citizen Stan" dvd:
This film profiles a man who rose from humble beginnings to influence politics on a world stage. Stanley Sheinbaum has shaped foreign policy with Prime Ministers, Presidents and Kings. His loyalty to friends and freedom sometimes meant taking great risks. His dedication to peace in the Middle East and opening a dialogue with both sides has put him at odds with people right in his own backyard. His life story holds lessons of character and history, and illustrates the conviction it takes to change our world. Directed by Patty Sharaf. With journalist Robert Scheer. Narrated by Richard Dreyfuss. Interviews with Daniel Ellsberg, Margaret and Nicholas Papandreou, wife and son of the late Greek Prime Minister, former Los Angeles Police Chief Daryl Gates, PLO Negotiator Nabil Shaath, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Warren Beatty, Jesse Jackson. Synopsis: Growing up in New York's rag trade, the teen-aged Sheinbaum joined the US army effort in WW2, photo-screening maps onto silk for aviators to use. A kid who had done poorly in high school, he used the GI bill to work for a doctorate in economics at Stanford. In 1954, Sheinbaum landed a teaching job at Michigan State University. He also became co-director of the Vietnam Project at MSU. Under the auspices of the University, the project was hiring men to go to South Vietnam and set up a police force. Stanley Sheinbaum was the man doing the hiring. On a disillusioning trip to Saigon to check on his work, Sheinbaum realized men he had hired were now part of the CIA. Later he came to learn they were using torture to interrogate Vietcong prisoners. Sheinbaum left the MSU project to join the first independent think-tank, the Robert Maynard Hutchins Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions in Santa Barbara. One day journalist Robert Scheer confronted Sheinbaum about his role in the Vietnam Project. Much to his surprise, Sheinbaum was a cooperative witness. He and Scheer joined rank, traveling to Vietnam in 1966 to investigate the war. The two men rode a puddle jumper through Cambodia, looking for the path of the Ho Chi Minh trail. Fully at odds with Johnson's the best and the brightest, they were trying to head off the bombing of neutral Cambodia. In Saigon, Sheinbaum locked horns with his younger brother Gil, who had become the advisor to the American ambassador, Ellsworth Bunker. Meanwhile, Stanley Sheinbaum ran for congress in Santa Barbara on an anti-war platform in 1966 and again in 1968. During the Pentagon Papers trial, Sheinbaum organized the defense of Daniel Ellsberg and landed on Nixon's enemies list. Sheinbaum's commitment to the cause of peace has taken him to Greece, Palestine, and the streets of Los Angeles. Don't miss this incredible life story.
A copy of "Citizen Stan" has been cataloged separately for Special Collections.
Stanley K. Sheinbaum: A 20th Century Knight's Quest for Peace, Civil Liberties and Economic Justice, by Stanley K. Sheinbaum, with William A. Meis, Jr. (2011) traces Sheinbaum's life in memoir form. A copy has been included in the Personal/Biographical section of this collection and another copy has been cataloged separately for Special Collections.
Additional biographical information about Stanley K. Sheinbaum may be found in this collection, in the Biographical/Personal series, and elsewhere throughout the collection.
On the web, see also:

Scope and Content of Collection

Arrangement

The collection contains the following series:
Series I: Personal/Biographical.
  • General. Includes files on other families with the Sheinbaum (or similar) surname and Warner (SKS wife Betty's family). Box 1.
  • Awards and Honors. Box 2.
  • Biographies, Oral Histories and Other about SKS.
    • General. Includes cvs, resumés, and other biographical overview information. Box 2.
    • Chronological files, 1949-2003, n.d. Mainly articles about SKS and copies of correspondence re important events in SKS' life. Boxes 3-4.
    • Alphabetical. Mainly by surname of interviewer/author. Includes work by/for "Citizen Stan" documentary; Joan Didion interviews; Bruce B. Henderson interviews; Alan Jolis "Anatomy of a Citizen Warrior..." and interviews; William A. Meis, Jr. Stanley K. Sheinbaum: A 20th Century Knight's Quest for Peace, Civil Liberties and Economic Justice...; A Nation Lost and Found: 1936 America Remembered by Ordinary and Extraordinary People, compiled by Frank Pierson and Stanley K. Sheinbaum; Marc Raskin oral history project; Robert Scheer interviews; and UCLA Oral History by Dale Treleven and William van Benschoten. Boxes 4-6.
  • Calendars. Daily appointments, 1968-1992. Box 7.
  • Correspondence.
    • Alphabetical. In/out. Includes "Assorted Nonsense" - things that SKS found amusing, Harry Girvetz, King Hussein, Alan Jolis, Sydney Pollack, Barbra Streisand, and Kit Tremaine. Box 7.
    • Chronological, 1955-2011, n.d. Mainly outoing. Boxes 7-8.
    • Packets, ca. 1982-2001. Arranged chronologically; contains copies of important correspondence by SKS or articles by others that he considered significant, and that he sent to various lists of individuals. Box 9.
  • Dissertation Files, pre-1965. SKS didn't finish doctorate; copy burnt in CSDI fire - some existing files are charred from the fire. Box 10.
  • Early Life. Includes DeWitt Clinton High School (New York), 1920-1934, military service (WWII), Oklahoma A&M, Stanford University - undergrad and grad school, application for federal employment. Box 11.
  • Speeches by SKS, ca. 1964-1999. Arranged chronologically; includes talks, lectures, statements, broadcasts; includes supporting correspondence and research files. Boxes 11-13.
  • Teaching. Files for Stanford (ca. 1950-1953), Michigan State University (ca. 1955-1957), University of California Santa Barbara (1963). Box 13.
  • Travel. Mainly maps and travel guides of trips abroad, Middle East and elsewhere.
  • Writings by SKS, ca. 1961-2003. Arranged alphabetically by title. See also CSDI series. Box 14.
Series II: American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) - Southern California Chapter / ACLU Foundation, ca. 1972-2004. SKS was head of the ACLU Foundation of Southern California from 1973 to 1982, as well as on the executive committee and board of directors. Includes awards and celebrations, board minutes, correspondence (in/out), financial material, memos, plans, reports, studies, and subject/topic files. Arranged alphabetically by folder title. Boxes 15-30. See also: Additions, Box 371.
Series III: Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions [CSDI]. SKS was a Senior Fellow with the Santa Barbara-based think tank headed up by Robert Maynard Hutchins. For related materials see: Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Collection (Mss 18) and Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions / Princeton University Files (Mss 253), which include a number of files by and pertaining to SKS.
  • Alpha, ca. 1959-1974. People and subjects (often topics discussed by CSDI). Boxes 31-34.
  • Chronological, ca. 1960-1971. Includes memos, papers, presentations and speeches by SKS, most relating to dialogue discussions and other CSDI events; also files re the Roof article on economics for Encyclopaedia Britannica. Boxes 35-36.
  • Correspondence, ca. 1959-1970. In/out. Re CSDI matters. Boxes 36-37.
  • Economics, ca. 1961-1964. Includes Encyclopaedia Britannica files for Roof article on economics. Box 37.
  • Los Angeles, ca. 1964-1970. Mainly re CSDI members and events in L.A. Box 38.
Series IV: Congressional Campaign, 1966 and 1968 [Santa Barbara]. SKS ran twice, unsuccessfully, on an anti-war platform. Includes campaign and political topic files. Box 39.
Series V: Correspondence. Correspondence also is contained in many other series.
  • Important, ca. 1985-1996. Outgoing, arranged alphabetically by surname of recipient. Individual letters that SKS deemed important, along with related articles and other material. Includes Mario Cuomo, David Gardner, Albert Gore, Tom Hayden, Jesse Jackson, Edward Kennedy, Norman Lear, Howard Metzenbaum, Paul Simon, Barbra Streisand, John Warner, and Harold Willens. Box 40.
  • Alphabetical, ca. 1960s-1990s. In/out. Individuals and organizations/projects/interests. Includes David E. Apter, Georgi Arbatov, Samuel R. Berger, Edmund G. Brown, CIA, William O. Douglas, Joan B. Kroc, Maggie Papandreou, Richard Parker, Shimon Peres, and Paul C. Warnke. Boxes 41-45.
  • Chronological, 1960-2007. By year, then month. Early files outgoing correspondence only; later files in/out, with some accompanying materials. Boxes 46-65.
  • Sub Files, 1960s-2003. Includes outgoing correspondence and related clippings, Boxes 66-68.
  • Miscellaneous, ca. 1954-2008. By year, incoming and outgoing. Boxes 69-77. See also: Additions, Boxes 372-379.
Series VI: Economics.
  • General, ca. 1980s-1990s. Alphabetical - includes events, some individuals, issues, and organizations. Boxes 78-81.
  • Economists' Writings, ca. 1980s-mid 2000s. Alphabetical by surname - with articles and other writings by/about prominent economists and others re economic issues, and correspondence to/from SKS. Includes Kofi Annan, Jacques Barzun, Daniel Bell, Ben S. Bernanke, Carl Bernstein, Elisabeth Mann Borgese, David S. Broder, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Warren E. Buffett, Lou Cannon, Noam Chomsky, Richard G. Darman, Morris Dees, Alan Dershowitz, Peter Drucker, Paul Ehrlich, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Dick Flacks, Betty Friedan, Milton Friedman, Carlos Fuentes, James K. Galbraith, Leslie H. Gelb, David Gergen, Mikhail Gorbachev, Alan Greenspan, David Halberstam, Tom Hayden, Robert L. Heilbroner, Wallter W. Heller, Jim Hightower, Christopher Hitchens, George F. Kennan, John Maynard Keynes, Charles Krauthammer, Irving Kristol, Christopher Lasch, Bernard Lewis, Charles Lindbergh, Seymour Martin Lipset, Eugene J. McCarthy, Robert S. McNamara, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Ralph Nader, Richard M. Nixon, Sandra Day O'Connor, Olof Palme, Anna Quindlen, James Reston, David Rieff, Jeffrey Sachs, William Safire, Carl Sagan, Paul A. Samuelson, David A. Stockman, Lawrence H. Summers, James Tobin, Alvin and Heidi Toffler, Paul Tsongas, Barbara W. Tuchman, Thorstein Veblen, Nicholas Von Hoffman, Cornel West, George F. Will, and Garry Wills. Boxes 82-89.
  • Major Economics/Economists, ca. latter 1970s-mid 2000s. Alphabetical by surname. Correspondence (in/out) and related articles. Includes files re John Kenneth Galbraith, Richard B. Parker, Sol Price, Robert B. Reich, Casey V. and Derek Shearer, and Joseph Stiglitz. Boxes 90-95.
Series VII: Greece - Papandreou (Andreas - Prime Minister, 1981-1989, 1993-1996). SKS was a longtime friend of Andreas Papandreou and helped arrange his release from arrest, on trumped up charges, by the Greek junta during the 1967 military coup.
  • General, 1966-2004. Arranged chronologically, primarily articles and clippings, reports, some correspondence. Boxes 96-97.
  • Alphabetical, ca. 1960s-2000s. Includes articles, correspondence, reports and other, esp. for Andreas Papandreou and Margaret (Maggie) Papandreou, and for individuals and topics/events such as Athens Economic Conference, CIA-Greek Coup, Five Continent Peace Initiative, Greece Economy, Greek Relief Committee, PAK (Panhellenic Liberation Movement), and George A. Papandreou. Boxes 98-108.
Series VIII: Israel and Jews, ca. 1970s-2000s. Articles, correspondence, reports, and other material re Israeli and American Jewish leaders, organizations, and issues, arranged alphabetically. Includes files for American Jewish Congress, Foundation for Middle East Peace, Friends of Israel Committee, Jewish Defense Leaague, Jewish Peace Lobby, Tzipi Livni, Benjamin Netanyahu, Ehud Olmert, Jonathan Pollard, Ariel Sharon, United Jewish Appeal, Union for Reform Judaism, Ezer Weizman, Elie Wiesel, World Jewish Congress, and Zionist Organization of America. Boxes 109-124.
Series IX: Issues. Also causes, movements, organizations, people, projects, and subjects that SKS was interested in and supported; some other major issues and organizations with larger holdings are listed separately. Includes articles, clippings, correspondence, proposals, and reports.
  • General, ca. 1970-2008. Less than a box each, arranged alphabetically. Includes Americans for Peace Now, Kofi Annan, Anti-Semitism, Barbra Streisand Foundation, Black Panthere Party, Brennan Center for Justice, Californians Against Political Corruption, CIA, Citizens for Tax Justice, Geoffrey Cowan, Alan Cranston, Mario M. Cuomo and Andrew M. Cuomo, Nathan Gardels, Mikhail Gorbachev, David Horowitz, Dolores Huerta, Arianna Huffington, John Birch Society, [Lyndon] LaRouche, Norman Lear, Nelson Mandela, Michael Manley, Media Bias, Bill Moyers, Nuclear Cooperation, Richard Parker, Police/FBI, Colin Powell, Rainbow Push, Santa Barbara, Scientology, SDS (Students for a Democratic Society), Susan Sontag, Tri-Lateral Commission, Tuesday Knights, War Crimes, and World War II - Philippines. Boxes 125-147.
  • Activists, ca. 1973-2006. Includes American Jewish World Service, Amnesty International, Marlon Brando, Helen Caldicott, Center for Cuban Studies, Chicanos, Energy, Dick Flacks, Jane Fonda, Friends of the Earth, Gay Community Services Center, Stephen W. Hawking, Lillian Hellman, Jim Hightower, Gregory Hines, Alger Hiss, Christopher Hitchens, David Krieger, Peter Marin, Ralph Nader, Pacifica Foundation, Daniel Schorr, Budd Schulberg, Social Security, Terrorism, Women, and Women's Lobby. Boxes 148-153.
  • Assassinations, ca. 1965-1992. Includes correspondence (mostly to SKS), articles, and other materials re the JFK and RFK assassinations and investigative analyses, findings, and theories. Box 154.
  • Better World Society, ca. 1987-1991. Washington, D.C. based anti-nuclear, pro peace organization founded by Ted Turner and others. SKS was a trustee. Includes articles, correspondence, memos, and programs. Box 155.
  • Businessmen's Educational Fund / Harold Willens, 1969-1985. L.A. based group, with Willens as Chairman of the Board of Trustees. SKS was a trustee. Includes correspondence, memos, clippings, and reports. Arranged chronologically, by year. Box 156.
  • Center for Law in the Public Interest (CLIPI), ca. 1975-2002. L.A. based non-profit public interest law firm. SKS was on the board. Files contain board packets, briefs, financial reports, and other. Box 157.
  • Committee for Improving Teacher Education (CITE), ca. 1958-1966. Based in Santa Barbara, SKS executive director, early 1960s. Includes correspondence, legislation and research files. Boxes 158-159.
  • Countries, ca. 1975-2003. Arranged alphabetically by country, mainly re Cuba (incl. SKS trips of 1995 and 1999), Tibet and USSR. Mostly articles/clippings and reports, some correspondence (in/out). Boxes 160-163, 368-370.
  • Energy Action Committee, ca 1975-1983. Group of private individuals that SKS helped organize to fight against the "corrupt arrangement of government and private monopoly" to create artificially high energy prices. Oct. 1, 1975 letter sets out the organizational structure of the committee. Includes articles, correspondence (in/out), memoranda, reports, and statements. Boxes 164-166.
  • George Washington Project, ca. 1974-1976, 1996, 2000. Film project, with filmmaker Michael Wadleigh. SKS was involved in financing and tapped his Hollywood connections, but the film apparently was never made. Includes correspondence, financial and legal documents, and screenplay. Box 167.
  • Gleitsman Foundation, 1990-2006. Alan L. Gleitsman on Board of Directors, SKS on Board of Judges. Contains files for Citizen Activist Awards. Boxes 168-169.
  • Harrington, Michael, ca. 1974-1999. President of the Institute for Democratic Socialism, activist, and author. SKS and Harrington had been colleagues at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Includes correspondence, articles, reports, and other, by and about Harrington. Box 170.
  • Human Rights Watch, ca. 1987-2003. International non-governmental organization that conducts research and advocacy on human rights. Offices in L.A. and elsewhere. SKS was a board member and founded the west coast affiliate of the Human Rights Watch in 1989. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), fact sheets, newsletters, and reports. Boxes 171-172.
  • Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) - Washington, D.C., ca. 1969-2007. Progressive think tank focusing on U.S. foreign policy, domestic policy, human rights, international economics, and national security. SKS was on the board. Mainly chronological - includes board meeting packets, correspondence, financial statements, and reports. Box 173.
  • Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC) - UC, ca. 1989-1999. Carries out research and training in topic areas related to international conflict and cooperation. SKS was on the board. Box 174.
  • Intelligence, latter 1960s-1990s. Includes files for CIA, FBI, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), and Korean Air Lines (KAL) Flight 007. Boxes 175-178.
  • International Center for Peace in the Middle East (ICPME), mainly 1982-2006. SKS has been a board member of ICPME in Tel Aviv since 1982. Americans for Peace Now, or Peace Now, is a support group for ICPME. SKS has been a board member since 1988. Also includes Norman Lear's involvement. Boxes 179-182.
  • Isla Vista, ca. 1970-1971. Student community adjacent to UCSB. Box 183.
  • Jackson, Jesse, ca. 1984-1988. Includes Jackson's efforts to promote peace in the Middle East. Boxes 184-185.
  • Milken Institute, 1997, 2001, 2005-2006. Independent economic think tank founded in 1991 by Michael Milken and based in Santa Monica, CA. Includes briefing books, conference proceedings, and reports, mainly on Israel economics. Box 186.
  • The Nation, ca. 1977-2007. SKS a financial supporter and limited partner. Includes correspondence, newsletters, clippings, some issues of The Nation. Box 187.
  • New Jewish Agenda, 1981-1991. A progressive multi-issue membership organization, with about 50 chapters across the U.S., commited to civil rights for all, espeically those marginalized within the mainstream Jewish community. Known for its stances on the rights of Palestinians and Lesbian and Gay Jews. SKS was a national board advisory member and also on the Western advisory board. Arranged by year. Includes articles, correspondence, financial reports, memoranda, newsletters, press releases. Box 188.
  • Nuclear, ca. 1981-1998. Includes correspondence, articles, memos, and reports on nuclear arms, nuclear energy and environment, and nuclear freeze. Boxes 189-190.
  • Pacific Council on International Policy - USC, 1993-1998. International affairs organization focused on policy issues of special interest to the West Coast. Includes articles, correspondence, memoranda, and reports. Box 191.
  • People for the American Way (PAW or PFAW), ca. 1980-2002. Progressive advocacy group, founded by Norman Lear. SKS also was closely involved in the founding and development of the organization. Includes articles/clippings, bulletins, correspondence (in/out), fundraising files, memos, and reports. Boxes 192-194.
  • Santa Barbara Legal Defense Center, Inc., 1970-1978. SKS and Kit Tremaine provided financial support. Arranged by year. Includes bylaws, correspondence, financial statements, minutes, and reports. Box 195.
  • Scheer, Robert, ca. 1965-2002 (excluding interviews, which are in Pers/Bio). Journalist and longtime associate of SKS, dating back to Vietnam War era. Includes articles by/about and correspondence. Boxes 196-197.
  • Task Force for Peace, 1970-1971. Created to raise funds for candidates for political offices. Includes artaicles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), financial statements, mailings, minutes, proposals, and reports. Box 198.
  • Tuesday Knights, 1973, 1977-1989. L.A. social/issues group, SKS a long-time member. Includes correspondence (in), meeting announcements and proceedings, memos, newsletters, and rosters. Arranged chronologically. Box 199.
  • Wilson, William, 1978-1991, 1998. California rancher, UC Regent, and Ambassador to the Vatican. Mainly correspondence and newspaper articles re his claims that the ACLU was linked to organized crime and resignation of his ambassadorship after an unauthorized secret meeting with Muammar Gaddafi. Box 200.
Series X: Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Commission. Mainly relating to the aftermath of the Rodney King and related LAPD officer trials. SKS was Commissioner, then President of the Board of Police Commissioners, City of Los Angeles, 1991-1993.
  • General.
    • Chronological, 1975-2002. Mainly newspaper clippings. Boxes 201-205.
    • Alphabetical. Correspondence, articles, memoranda, newsletters, plans, reports, and transcripts. Includes files for ACLU, Ad Hoc Committee on the Independent Commission Report, After-Action Report '92, Anti-Terrorist Division, Board of Police Commissioners, Brutality, Choke Hold, Christopher Commission, CID (Police Commission Investigation Division), Citizen Complaints, Citizens Committee, City Council, Community Oriented Policing, Deployment, Deputy Chiefs, Discipline, Excessive Force, Daryl F. Gates, Rodney King, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept., Los Angeles Police Protective League, Police Commissioners, Richard Riordan, Riot Manual, Riots, Tactical Manual, William H. Webster, and Willie Williams. Boxes 206-226.
  • Legal. Includes numerous lawsuits filed against Daryl F. Gates, et al. Boxes 227-231.
  • Police Foundation (Washington, D.C.), 1992-2005. Provides research, technical assistance, and communications programs regarding police organizations; acts as a catalyst for change and an advocate for new ideas. William H. Webster, Chair of the Board; Hubert Williams, President; SKS, Board Member. Includes board files, correspondence, nominations, and reports. Boxes 232-234.
Series XI: Middle East. Mainly articles/clippings and correspondence. General. Boxes 235-239.
  • Egypt. Box 240.
  • Iran. Box 240.
  • Iraq. Box 241.
  • Jordan. Mainly files re King Hussein and Queen Noor, with whom SKS maintained a close relationship. Box 241.
  • Kuwait. Box 242.
  • Lebanon. Box 242.
  • Palestinians. Includes numerous files re Yasser Arafat and Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO). Boxes 242-249.
  • Saudi Arabia. Box 249.
  • Stockholm. Mainly files re SKS' role in the Middle East peace process and the "Stockholm Five" (five American Jewish leaders) who met with Yasser Arafat in Stockholm in 1988. Boxes 249-250.
  • Syria. Box 251.
  • Turkey. Box 251.
Series XII: New Perspectives Quarterly. SKS is chair of the board of directors and founding publisher of NPQ, successor to the Center Magazine [CSDI]. NPQ webpage at: http://digitalnpq.org/ 
  • General.
    • Chronological, 1985-1998, 2000. Includes files for individual NPQ issues. Boxes 252-253.
    • Alphabetical, ca. 1984-2003. Includes correspondence, addresses/speeches, articles/clippings, interviews, press releases, and reports. Boxes 254-257.
  • Global Viewpoint. International weekly commentary and interview service produced for the Los Angeles Times Syndicate/Tribune Media by NPQ. Nathan Gardels is editor.
    • Writers' Correspondence, ca. 1991-2002. To/from, sometimes with writers' assistants only, mainly re requests to write articles or be interviewed for Global Viewpoint; arranged alphabetically by surname. Includes Koffi Annan, Yasir Arafat, Jean Bertrand Aristide, James Baker III, Sandy Berger, Isaiah Berlin, Carl Bernstein, Benazir Bhutto, Willy Brandt, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter, Fidel Castro, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Jacques Cousteau, Jacques Derrida, Vicente Fox, Milton Friedman, Carlos Fuentes, John Kenneth Galbraith, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Bill Gates, Robert Gates, Frank Gehry, David Gergen, Boutros Ghali, Newt Gingrich, Mikhail Gorbachev, Al Gore, Gunther Grass, Alexander Haig, David Halberstam, King Hassan II, Vaclav Havel, Stephen Hawking, Robert Heilbroner, Arianna Huffington, King Hussein, Saddam Hussein, Ivan Illich, Steve Jobs, George Kennan, Edward Kennedy, Jack Kevorkian, Kim Dae Jung, Kenneth Kaunda, Coretta Scott King, Neil Kinnock, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Henry Kissinger, F. W. de Klerk, Ted Koppel, Paul Krugman, Dalai Lama, John Le Carre, Norman Lear, Spike Lee, Mario Vargas Llosa, Richard Lugar, Naguib Mahfouz, Nelson Mandela, Robert McNamara, Edwin Meese, Angela Merkel, Czeslaw Milosz, George Mitchell, Bill Moyers, Patrick Moynihan, Hosni Mubarak, Robert Mugabe, Haruki Murakami, Ralph Nader, V. S. Naipaul, Richard Nixon, Olusegun Obasanjo, Kenzaburo Oe, Andreas and Margarita Papandreou, Octavio Paz, Ross Perot, Shimon Peres, Sydney Pollack, Colin Powell, Vladimir Purtin, Condoleezza Rice, Bill Richardson, David Rockefeller, Donald Rumsfeld, Carl Sagan, Edward Said, Pierre Salinger, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., James Schlesinger, Helmut Schmidt, Gerhrd Schroeder, Brent Scowcroft, George Shultz, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Susan Sontag, Wole Soyinka, Gloria Steinem, David Stockman, Barbra Streisand, Kim Il Sung, Edward Teller, Alvin and Heidi Toffler, Stansfield Turner, Desmond Tutu, Cyrus Vance, Gore Vidal, Paul Volcker, Casper Weinberger, William Childs Westmoreland, Elie Wiesel, Paul Wolflowitz, and Yevgeny Yevtushenko. Boxes 258-262.
    • Writings. Copies of articles appearing in U.S. and international newspapers. Boxes 263-272.
  • NPQ Journals, Fall 1994-Winter 2000. Copies of NPQ, arranged chronologically. Box 273.
  • NPQ Reprints. Articles from NPQ, reprinted elsewhere. Boxes 274-275.
  • Reviews and Citations of NPQ Publications. Boxes 276-277.
Series XIII: Pentagon Papers / Daniel Ellsberg Case. SKS organized the Pentagon Papers-Daniel Ellsberg Defense Team, and raised nearly one million dollars for the successful defense.
  • General, bulk 1972-1973. Mainly printed materials about Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers.
    • Alphabetical. Boxes 278-280.
    • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Box 281.
    • Bill of Rights Foundation (BORF). Box 281.
    • Ellsberg Defense Fund, Inc. (EDF). Box 281.
    • Pentagon Papers Fund for Human and Civil Rights, Inc. (also Pentagon Papers Fund; PPF). Boxes 281-282.
    • PP and EDF. Box. 282.
    • Miscellany. Box 283.
  • Articles, Interviews, Press Releases, Specials. Arranged alphabetically by title, some lacking dates, ca. 1965-2005. Box 284.
  • Clipping Files. About the Pentagon Papers trial, arranged by title of newspaper/magazine, ca. 1971-1973. Box 285.
  • Trial Documents, bulk 1971-1973. Boxes 286-287.
Series XIV: Politics. Includes articles, correspondence, flyers, memoranda, reports, and related material, both at California state level and national level.
  • General. Articles/clippings and correspondence (in/out).
    • Alphabetical, ca. 1980-2006. Mainly subjects and organizations. Boxes 288-289.
    • Chronological, 1976, 1986, 1988, 1994. Boxes 290-291.
  • Bush (George W.) Administration. Mainly articles/clippings. Box 292.
  • Campaign Finance Reform. Mainly articles/clippings, some correspondence (in/out). Boxes 293-295.
  • Clinton / Gore Administration, ca. 1988-2004. Mainly articles/clippings, some correspondence (in/out). Boxes 296-300.
  • Democrats, bulk 1982-2006. Mainly articles/clippings and correspondence (in/out). Box 301.
  • Democrats for Change - 1980. Effort to dump Carter in 1980 election. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), financial datea, and regulations. Box 302.
  • Personal Friends (Political Arena), ca. 1975-2006. Mainly articles/clippings and correspondence (in/out). Includes files for Edward Asner, Warren Beatty, William Benton, Kirk Douglas, Michael Douglas, Mike Farrell, Jules Feiffer, Dick Flacks, John Kenneth Galbraith, David Geffen, Don NHenley, Norman Mailer, George Mitchell, Sydney Pollack, Robert Redford, William H. Rehnquist, Gore Vidal, and Mike Wallace. Boxes 303-308.
  • Politicos, ca. 1980-2006. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), newsletters, and reports. Mainly politicians, elected and appointed officials, lobbyists, and political analysts. Includes files for John Anderson, Phil Angelides, Bruce Babbitt, Lee Baca, James Baker, Julian Bond, David E. Bonior, Erskine Bowles, Barbara Boxer, Bill Bradley, Jerry Brown, Willie Lewis Brown, Jr., Patrick J. Buchanan, Dale Bumpers, John L. Burton, George H. W. Bush, Walter Holden Capps, Jimmy Carter, Al Checci, Liz Cheney, Frank Church, Henry Cisneros, Wesley Clark, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, William S. Cohen, Alan Cranston, Mario Cuomo, Tom Daschle, Howard Dean, John Dean, Ron Dellums, Chris Dodd, Robert Dole, John Edwards, Rahm Emanuel, Russ Feingold, Dianne Feinstein, Barney Frank, John Garamendi, Gil Garcetti, Richard A. Gephardt, Newt Gingrich, Rudolph Giuliani, John Glenn, Al Haig, Lee H. Hamilton, Tom Harkin, Pamela C. Harriman, Gary Hart, Dennis Hastert, Tom Hayden, Jesse Helms, Jim Hightower, Michael Huffington, Henry Jackson, Jesse Jackson, Lyndon B. Johnson, Jack Kemp, Edward Kennedy, Bob Kerrey, John Kerry, Henry A. Kisinger, Dennis Kucinich, Tom Lantos, Patrick Leahy, Carl Levin, John Lewis, Joseph Lieberman, John McCain, Eugene McCarthy, George McGovern, Walter Mondale, Pat Moynihan, Sam Nunn, David Obey, Jack O'Connell, Sanra Day O'Connor, Thomas P. O'Neill, Nancy Pelosi, H. Ross Perot, Dan Quayle, Charles B. Rangel, Ronald Reagan, Bill Richardson, Richard J. Riordan, Charles E. Schumer, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Paul Simon, Larry Summers, Art Torres, Harry Truman, Donald J. Trump, Paul Tsongas, John Vasconcellos, Antonio R. Villaraigosa, Harold Washington, Maxine Waters, Henry A. Waxman, Paul D. Wellstone, and Andrew Young. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), newsletters, and reports. Boxes 309-325.
Series XV: Ramparts Magazine, mainly 1965-1974. Files re SKS' involvement with Ramparts Magazine, as director on the board, associate editor, and financial supporter (with wife Betty). Includes correspondence, board minutes, financial reports, articles, and other. Ramparts was the magazine that published the Stanley K. Sheinbaum and Robert Scheer article on CIA involvement in the Michigan State Vietnam Project in the 1950s, which Sheinbaum had headed until 1959 (see April 1966 issue of Ramparts). See also: MSU and Vietnam Files. Boxes 326-327.
Series XVI: University of California Regents. SKS was a Regent of the University of California, 1977-1989. During this time, two of the most important issues facing the Regents were divestiture of investments in companies operating in apartheid-era South Africa (which SKS supported) and the continuing role of UC in running nuclear weapons research laboratories for the federal government (which SKS opposed).
  • General, 1977-1999. Includes articles/clippings, bios, correspondence (in/out), and reports. Boxes 328-332.
  • Audit, ca. 1980-1989. Mainly Committee on Audit files. Box 333.
  • Correspondence, ca. 1977-1989. Alphabetical and chronological. Boxes 333-335.
  • Laboratories - Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos, ca. 1978-1987. Managed and operated by the University of California, directly or as a limited partner. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), hearings, reports, studies, and testimony. Boxes 336-345.
  • Regents - Names, ca. 1982-1989. Alphabetical by surname. Includes articles/clippings, bios, and correspondence (in/out). Boxes 346-347.
  • South Africa, ca. early 1970s-late 1980s [bulk latter 1970s-mid 1980s]. Files kept by SKS mainly during his tenure as UC Regent [1977-1989], at a time when UC was involved in divestment of South African investments, due to the political situation there. Files include correspondence, annual and other reports, newspaper and magazine articles, committee minutes, information gathered by SKS during a Nov-Dec. 1978 trip to Africa, and other. A few files relate to other African countries such as Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). Boxes 348-354.
  • UC Campuses, ca. 1980-1991. Arranged by campus. ca. 1980-1991. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (mostly in), financial and project statements, and reports. Boxes 355-357.
  • UC President - Gardner, David P., ca. 1982-1995. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), and financial data mainly about compensation and housing issues. Box 358.
Series XVII: Vietnam and Cambodia. Includes trip to Cambodia and Michigan State University - Vietnam Project files.
  • Cambodia, ca. 1965-1978. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), 1966 trip background, notes, and photos. Box 359.
  • Vietnam, ca. 1954-1997.
    • Chronological. Includes articles, background information, correspondence, reports. Boxes 359-361.
    • Alphabetical. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), hearings, newsletters, speeches, and teach-ins. Boxes 361-363.
    • Michigan State University - Vietnam Project. SKS was Coordinator of the Vietnam Project, 1957-1959. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), organization files, reports, and testimony. Boxes 363-364.
Series XVIII: Photographs.
  • Original Prints. Seven 8x10 b/w, SKS and Betty, with others such as Julian Bond and Sydney Pollack. Box 365.
Series XIX: Oversize.
  • Artifact. Hoover for President metal sign, [ca. 1928 or 1932]. Box 366.
  • Bio/Personal. Includes awards and recognitions, congressional race campaign posters. Box 366.
  • LAPD. Three spiral-bound composites of LAPD stories, L.A. Daily News, 1990-1991. Box 366.
  • Pentagon Papers. Newsclippings mounted on large sheets. Box 366.
  • Photographs. Includes SKS, family and friends; Cambodia color print and photograph album. Box 367.
Series XX: Audiovisual Items.
  • Audio.
    • Open Reel. 1972. 2 items.
    • Audiocassettes. Arranged chronologically, 1964-2002, n.d. Includes SKS speeches, comments, and other re CSDI, Greece and Andreas Papandreou, Israel and PLO, UC Regents, and Rodney King affair. 109 items.
    • Microcassettes. Alan Jolis interviews of SKS associates. 18 items.
  • Videocassettes.
    • Beta. Arranged chronologically - 1979-1989, n.d. Mainly SKS on tv news programs. 25 items.
    • Betacam SP. Margarita Papandreou on SKS, interviewed by Jodi Cahn, Oct. 16, 1998. 1 item.
    • VHS. Arranged chronologically - 1979-2004. Many re awards to SKS, speeches by SKS, and SKS on LA tv news re LAPD Commission and Rodney King. 168 items.
    • U-matic. Arranged chronologically, 1983-1984. Mainly re George McGovern presidential campaign and fundraising. 4 items.
    • 2". 1972 McGovern presidential campaign - L.A. telethon. 8 items.
  • 16mm Film
    • Pentagon Papers Peace Project - 1 reel, b/w, ca. 1970s. 1 item.
Series XXI: Additions to the Collection, 2012- .
  • Mar. 2012 Addition.
    • ACLU, ca.2006-2010. Includes awards,correspondence, board memos, invitations, programs, reports, and other. Box 371.
    • Correspondence - Recent. Arranged alphabetically, ca. 1980-2011 [bulk 2000-2008]. Also includes articles, emails, invitations, mailings, programs, prospectii, and reports. Related files for many of these individuals may be found in other parts of the collection. Boxes 372-379.
  • May 2012 Addition.
    • 1960s Files. Box 380.
    • 1970s Files. Box 381.
    • 1980s-1990s Files. Mostly files on Star Wars and nuclear deterrence. Box 382.
    • China. 1970s trips. Box 383.
    • Presidio Savings and Loan Association (Santa Barbara). SKS was a director. Box 384.
    • University of California Regents. Mostly financial, incl. investments and salaries. Box 385.
List of acronyms:
  • ACLU = American Civil Liberties Union
  • BEF = Businessmen's Education Fund
  • BEM = Business Executives Move
  • BORF = Bill of Rights Foundation
  • BWS = Better World Society
  • CEP = Council of Economic Priorities
  • CITE = Committee for Improving Teacher Education
  • CSDI = Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
  • EDF = Ellsberg Defense Fund, Inc.
  • EPI = Economic Policy Institute
  • ICPME = International Center for Peace in the Middle East
  • LAPD = Los Angeles Police Department
  • NCPA = National Center for Policy Alternatives
  • NPQ = New Perspectives Quarterly
  • PAW = People for the American Way
  • PPF = Pentagon Papers Fund for Human and Civil Rights, Inc.
  • SKS = Stanley K. Sheinbaum

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
American Civil Liberties Union.
Cambodia.
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.
Economics.
Ellsberg, Daniel.
Greece.
International relations.
Israel.
Los Angeles (Calif.). Police Dept.
Middle East.
Papandreou, Andreas A.
Pentagon Papers.
Politics.
Sheinbaum, Stanley K.
University of California (System)
Vietnam.


 

Series I:  Personal/Biographical

Additional Note

14 cartons.
 

General

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically.
Box 1

American Business Committee / Business Executives Fund for National Priorities

Box 1

ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union)

Box 1

APN (Americans for Peace Now) Dinner - New York 10/22/98

Box 1

Bijou, Leon J.

Box 1

CSDI (Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions)

Box 1

Chicago Free Press

Box 1

Clippings, 1963-1966, 1968

Box 1

Deukmejian, George / Reappointment

Box 1

Dispatch News Service, 1970

Box 1

Eissler, Frederick

Box 1

El Capitan

Box 1

El Gaucho - on SKS at March 26 Teach-In

Box 1

FBI - FOIPA (Federal Bureau of Investigation - Freedom of Information - Privacy Acts) - SKS file, heavily redacted, 1995

Box 1

Ferry, Carol Bernstein

Box 1

Fulbright Association, 2002-2003

Box 1

Global Viewpoint Interviews

Box 1

Greece

Box 1

The Hamlet Company

Box 1

Hannah Testimony

Box 1

Hayden, Tom

Box 1

Henderson, Bruce

Box 1

Honneger, Barbara - Interview

Box 1

The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles - re article about SKS, 2004

Box 1

Landmine Survivors Network

Box 1

LAPD (Los Angeles Police Department)

Box 1

Letterhead

Box 1

Livni, H. E. Tzipi

Box 1

Meetings Organized by SKS

Box 1

National Mexican American Anti-Defamation Committee, Inc. - Nick Reyes (Washington, D.C.)

Box 1

National Security Education Program (NSEP)

Box 1

Newsreel

Box 1

Notes for the Record

Box 1

Papandreou, Andreas

Box 1

"Personal Best with Stanley Sheinbaum," Century Cable

Box 1

Ramer, Bruce M.

Box 1

Resumés and Job Application Forms, incl. CIA, 1956

Box 1

Ruff, Howard J.

Box 1

Scenic Shoreline Preservation

Box 1

Scheinbaum

 

Sheinbaum

Box 1

Photos

Box 1

Selma

Box 1

"Sheinbaum's Law of Return," 1988

Box 1

Shine on with Sheinbaum Cookbook, n.d.

Box 1

Los Siete de la Raza - San Francisco

Box 1

Sistine Chapel

Box 1

SKS - "Kingmaker"

Box 1

SKS - Photo

Box 1

SKS Schedule, 1995-1996

Box 1

Steinberg Speech

Box 1

Szejnbaum, Rachel Grynszpan, and Bernard Szejnbaum

Box 1

Vietnam

Box 1

Wall Street Journal Letter, re Vietnam Settlement, Sept. 12, 1966

Box 1

Warner Brothers

Box 1

Warner, Harry M.

Box 1

Who's Who in the West

 

Awards and Honors

Additional Note

Arranged chronologically.
Box 2

The Peoples College of Law, Annual Dinner, in Honor of Stanley K. Sheinbaum, May 2, 1976

Box 2

"Roast" Stanley K. Sheinbaum, Playboy Mansion West, Mar. 11, 1982

Box 2

Peoples College of Law, 7th Annual Awards Banquet, May 1, 1982

Box 2

Southern California Americans for Democratic Action, Third Annual Eleanor Roosevelt Award Dinner, Honoring Stanley K. Sheinbaum..., May 14, 1985

Box 2

Liberty Hill Foundation, Third Annual Upton Sinclair Award Dinner, May 23, 1985

Box 2

Southern California Americans for Democratic Action, 1989 Eleanor Roosevelt Awards Dinner and Jamboree, May 23, 1989

Box 2

Southern Christian Leadership Conference and Martin Luther King Legacy Association, King Week Festival '90, Jan. 15, 1990

Box 2

Liberty Hill Foundation, Eighth Annual Upton Sinclair Award Dinner, May 2, 1990

Box 2

Human Rights Watch, Stanley K. Sheinbaum A Celebration! June 12, 1990

Box 2

Transafrica Forum's Second Annual Bridge to Freedom, Dinner, June 14, 1991

Box 2

Immaculate Heart College Center, Fourth Annual Corita Kent Peace Awards, Mar. 11, 1992

Box 2

The Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law, Human Rights in the Americas Fifth Annual Dinner, Mar. 12, 1992

Box 2

Americans for Democratic Action, The Annual Eleanor Roosevelt Awards Dinner, Apr. 12, 1992

Box 2

AJ Congress (American Jewish Congress), Annual Tzedek Award Dinner, Jan. 26, 1993

Box 2

People for the American Way, California "Spirit of Liberty" Dinner, Honoring Stanley K. Sheinbaum, with the First Lifetime Achievement Award, Nov. 18, 1993

Box 2

ACLU of Southern California 1993 Bill of Rights Awards, Dec. 4, 1993

Box 2

Americans for Democratic Action, Eleanor Roosevelt Awards Dinner, Sept. 24, 1996

Box 2

Liberty Hill Foundation, 15th Annual Upton Sinclair Award Dinner, Honoring Stanley K. Sheinbaum, Apr. 2, 1997

Box 2

The ACLU Foundation of Southern California, Torch of Liberty 1998 Awards, Sept. 8, 1998

Box 2

Americans for Peace Now, Shimon Peres Peace Award Dinner, Stanley K. Sheinbaum Peace Award Honoree, Oct. 22, 1998

Box 2

Center for the Study of Political Graphics - Culture of Liberation Award, Presented by Robert Scheer, 2004

Box 2

South Bay Chapter of the ACLU of Southern California, Third Annual UPPIE Awards, Special Awards to Stanley Sheinbaum..., May 15, 2005

Box 2

Miscellaneous - Happy Birthday from Betty, June 12, 1990; Roast by wife (n.d.); PLO, Happy Birthday from Yasser Arafat, Dec. 6, 1990; Don Edwards, Member of Congress, In the House of Representatives, Tribute to Stanley K. Sheinbaum, June 12, 1990

 

Biographies, Oral Histories and Other about SKS

Box 2

General - includes cvs, resumés, and other biographical overview information

 

Chronological files - mainly articles about SKS and copies of correspondence re important events in SKS' life

Box 3

1949, 1956, 1960-1987

Box 4

1988-1994, 1997, 2000-2003, n.d.

 

Alphabetical

Box 4

Ballard, Ric. Interview, ca. 1976

Box 4

Beyette, Beverly. Interview, L.A. Times, June 17, 1982

Box 4

Blake, Gene. Interview, L.A. Times, June 17, 1982

Box 4

"Citizen Stan." 62 minute documentary, directed by Patty Sharaf, with journalist Robert Scheer, narrated by Richard Dreyfuss - file pertaining to same. See also: videotapes (V4470/VHS and V4720/VHS) and dvd (Spec Coll E840.9 S5124 C58).

Box 4

DeArmon, Virginia. Article, n.d.

Box 4

Didion, Joan. Interviews, 1989

Box 4

Goodwin, George M. The Marginal Man Reconsidered: Five Jews in Los Angeles, MA Thesis, Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion (California School) and University of Southern California, School of Public Administration, 1984, chapter on SKS.

Box 5

Heffner, Richard D. "Open Mind," June 14, 1987

 

Henderson, Bruce B.

Box 5

Anderson, Jean - re notebooks she is sending BH about the many facets of SKS' life

Box 5

Citizen Sheinbaum - One American's Journey: Vietnam to the Mideast - proposal, 1996

Box 5

Correspondence - mainly re agreement to write book about Stanley and interviews with others

 

Transcripts - mostly of taped interviews

Box 5

SKS on C-Span, "Women For," Feb. 28, 1989

Box 5

Bjurner I Andersson, Tape 1, Nov. 20-21, 1989

Box 5

Bjuner II, Tape 2, Nov. 25, [1989?]

Box 5

Anders III, Tape 1 - Stockholm, Nov. 1989

Box 5

A. Udovitch, SKS I, Tape 1, Nov. 20, 1989

Box 5

A. Udovitch Interview, SKS II re PLO, Tape 1 - Stockhom, Nov. [1989?]

Box 5

Arafat Interview, Tapes 1-2 - Tunis, Apr. 1991

Box 5

(1) SKS/Clinton; (2) SKS/Assad, 2 microcassettes, Nov. 24, 1993

Box 5

Henderson Interview with SKS, Tapes 1-3, Feb. 19-20, 1996

Box 5

Huddy, [?]. "Gold Dollar Interview," Spring 1965

Box 5

Jolis, Alan. "Anatomy of a Citizen Warrior: Stanley K. Sheinbaum," 1994. See also: interviews on microcassettes.

Box 5

Landau, Benny. "The Sponsor of the Left," 1988

Box 5

Mankin, Eric. L.A. Weekly, 1988

Box 5

Meis, William A. Jr. Copy of Stanley K. Sheinbaum: A 20th Century Knight's Quest for Peace, Civil Liberties and Economic Justice, by Stanley K. Sheinbaum, with William A. Meis, Jr. (2011).

Box 5-6

A Nation Lost and Found: 1936 America Remembered by Ordinary and Extraordinary People, compiled by Frank Pierson and Stanley K. Sheinbaum, 2002. Often referred to as 1936, with chapters on different individuals, about what they were doing during the Depression, in 1936. Drafts had a chapter on SKS that wasn't included in the published version.

Box 6

Raskin, Marc [Marcus]. Oral history project for the Institute for Policy Studies, ca. 1972

Box 6

Scheer, Robert. Interviews of SKS, ca. 1993

Box 6

Stein, Jean. Interview of Betty Warner Sheinbaum and others, mainly about Harry and Jack Warner, and the movie industry, not about Stanley, New Yorker, Feb. 22 and Mar. 2, 1998

Box 6

Stone, Marc. Public relations person arranging interviews in the Bay area for SKS, Sept. 1982

Box 6

Today Show (NBC). Transcript of interview, ca. 1976

Box 6

Truth Dig. Interview, Dec. 22, 2006

Box 6

UCLA Oral History - Dale Treleven and William van Benschoten, 2003. Includes agreement, outlines, drafts, correspondence, and related material.

Box 6

Vandeventer, Paul J. Interview, 1979-1980

Box 6

Miscellany / Unidentified

 

Calendars

Box 7

Daily appointments, 1968-1992

 

Correspondence

Additional Note

In/out.
 

Alphabetical

Box 7

The Advocates, WGBH/KCET - Berrigan trial

Box 7

Associations - various, that SKS supported

Box 7

Assorted Nonsense - things that SKS found amusing

Box 7

Behn, Bill - Stanford

Box 7

Brownstein, Ron

Box 7

Burt, Joan

Box 7

Cosmovici, M. - re new type of film equipment

Box 7

Cumberland Associates

Box 7

Girvetz, Harry

Box 7

Gorman, Natalie Bodanya

Box 7

Green, Jaime

Box 7

Hall, Fred - proposal for radio station

Box 7

Harris, William E. (Bill)

Box 7

Hussein (His Majesty King Hussein)

Box 7

Jolis, Alan

Box 7

Kienholz Ed

Box 7

Loeb, Paul Rogat

Box 7

Menkin, Peter A. / John Peter Zenger (Citizen Zenger Co. Publishers)

Box 7

Pollack, Sydney

Box 7

Powsner, Robert

Box 7

Schaflander, Gerald M. - Research Center/Citizens' College

Box 7

Seiden, Mel

Box 7

Severis, Denis

Box 7

Sherry-Netherlands Hotel, Dec. 1974

Box 7

Streisand, Barbra

Box 7

Tremaine, Kit

Box 7

Miscellany

 

Chronological - mainly outgoing

Box 7

1955, 1956

Box 7

1960-1968

Box 7

1971-1979

Box 7

1980-1983

Box 8

1984-1989

Box 8

1990-1998

Box 8

2000-2011

Box 8

n.d.

 

Packets

Additional Note

Copies of important correspondence by SKS or articles by others that he considered significant, that he sent to various lists of individuals. Arranged chronologically.
Box 9

Daryl Gates - 1982 LA Times interview

Box 9

NPQ - LA Times, Dec. 30, 1987

Box 9

NPQ Reprints - articles from NPQ appearing in WSJ, San Francisco Chronicle, LA Times and NYT), Jan-June 1989

Box 9

RICO: Misplaced Zealotry, June 30, 1989

Box 9

Mel Levine, July 18, 1989

Box 9

New Republic, Oct. 20, 1989

Box 9

Bruce Ramer, Oct. 31, 1989

Box 9

Newsweek - letters to the editor, Dec. 8, 1989 (aka "Rosensaft letter")

Box 9

Mel Levine, Dec. 11, 1989

Box 9

Naftali Blumenthal, Mar. 30, 1990

Box 9

LA Times - Campaign Finance, Apr. 18, 1990

Box 9

Birthday Party - 70th, June 12, 1990

Box 9

SKS - LA Times Op Ed, July 20, 1990

Box 9

Abe Foxman Letter, Sept. 19, 1990

Box 9

Betty's Letter to Ed., NY Times, Nov. 11, 1990

Box 9

Sharon Interview NPQ / LA Times, Nov. 1990

Box 9

Danny Goldberg / Jerry Bubis Memo, Jan. 14, 1991

Box 9

Rami Khouri - NPQ/ LA Times, Jan. 22, 1991

Box 9

Harkabi Letter, Jan. 31, 1991

Box 9

Robert Burkett, Feb. 22, 1991, and Brian Urquhart, Feb. 26, 1991

Box 9

Ruth Mouly Piece - The Gulf War Energizes the Religious Right in Support of Israel, Feb. 27, 1991

Box 9

SKS Police Commission Appt., LA Times, Mar. 16, 1991

Box 9

History of the World, Mar. 28, 1991

Box 9

SKS Confirmation Statement, Apr. 3, 1991

Box 9

SKS - Police Commission Confirmation, LA Times, Apr. 4, 1991

Box 9

Arafat Interview - Global Viewpoint, Apr. 10, 1991

Box 9

President Carter Letter, Apr. 18, 1991

Box 9

Janet Aviad - Sheinbaum, July 1991

Box 9

Leslie Gelb - NY Times, July 3, 1991

Box 9

Interaction Council, July 17, 1991

Box 9

SKS - Stolberg, LA Times, July 31, 1991

Box 9

Gates Interview - Playboy, Aug. 1991

Box 9

Senator Tom Harkin, Aug 8, 1991

Box 9

Milken/Boesky - Wall Street Journal, Oct. 2, 1991

Box 9

Moscow Meeting - NY Times op-ed, Nov. 4, 1991

Box 9

Gates v. Sheinbaum - LA Times, Jan. 15, 1992

Box 9

UCSB - Speech, Feb. 1992

Box 9

Telstar/Sheinbaum Articles, Feb. 1992

Box 9

Ira Yellin, Amar, Mar. 9, 1992

Box 9

SKS - LA Times Q&A, Mar. 22, 1992

Box 9

Michael Manley - NPQ, Apr. 1992

Box 9

Bill Boyarsky - LA Times, Apr. 17, 1992

Box 9

Clinton/Kantor, Aug. 11, 1992

Box 9

Clinton - Bonds, Aug. 30, 1992

Box 9

Clinton/ADL, Sept. 11, 1992

Box 9

Webster/Williams Report, Oct. 1992

Box 9

Sandy Berger, Dec. 14, 1992

Box 9

Inauguration, Jan. 20, 1993 (Nov. 1992 corr. re brunch on Inauguration Day)

Box 9

Streisand Letters, Feb. 1993

Box 9

David Stockman, Mar. 3, 1993

Box 9

New Yorker / Boyer - L.A. Riots, Mar. 15, 1993

Box 9

Arafat Q&A, Apr. 14, 1993

Box 9

Flora Lewis, Apr. 16, 1993

Box 9

Richard Reeves, Apr. 19, 1993

Box 9

Ornan Yekutieli, May 1993

Box 9

Parks - [LAT], Apr. 24, 1993

Box 9

Sheinbaum Touch - The Jewish Journal, May 13, 1993

Box 9

Gerald Steinberg Exchange, June 1993

Box 9

Joe Domanick - LA Times, July 20, 1993

Box 9

Steve Spiegel, Sept. 7, 1993

Box 9

Shaath Interview - Global Viewpoint, Sept. 8, 1993

Box 9

Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, Oct. 1993

Box 9

Clinton, Feb. 21, 1994; Rabin & Walid, Feb. 22, 1994

Box 9

Reich Letter, Feb. 24, 1994

Box 9

Clinton, Feb. 28, 1994

Box 9

Uri Masad, 1994

Box 9

Soros - New Yorker, Feb. 1, 1995

Box 9

Assad Letters, Feb. 7, 1995

Box 9

Soros - Lingua Franca, Feb. 14, 1995

Box 9

Fallows Article, Mar. 1995

Box 9

Novak - Police Foundation Book, June 2, 1995

Box 9

Yossi Beilin, Dec. 29, 1995

Box 9

NPQ Subscriptions - gift subscriptions by SKS to various individuals, ca. 1994-1996

Box 9

Kurd Letter, Jan. 24, 1996

Box 9

Rabbi Leonard Beerman, Feb. 5, 1996

Box 9

"The" Louka Letter, Aug. 6, 1996

Box 9

Parker Letter, Aug. 10, 1996

Box 9

Lara Bergthold, July 17, 1997

Box 9

Rabbi Gary Greenebaum, Aug. 15, 1997

Box 9

Bruce Ramer, Sept. 1997

Box 9

Harkin/Cuomo, June 21, 2001

Box 9

Jolis Book and Articles, n.d.

Box 9

Women for: PLO Tape, n.d.

 

Dissertation

Box 10

Dissertation, pre-1965 - files (SKS didn't finish doctorate, copy burnt in CSDI fire - some existing files are singed from the fire)

 

Early Life

Box 11

1920-1934 - incl. birth certificate, account by SKS of his life at age 6 [ca. 1926], completion of junior high school [1933], and role as prosecutor in the play "The Trial of Civilization Against the Jew," at the Temple Israel Religious School (1934)

Box 11

DeWitt Clinton High School - incl. 1936 diploma, transcript, SKS photo from 1936 Clintonian, copy of 1939 Clintonian yearbook, 1946 report card for supplementary courses as veteran Military Service (Army, WWII era)

Box 11

Correspondence, induction notice, orders, honorable discharge, Veterans Administration documents, 1942-1946

Box 11

USO Voice Letter (record), 1942

Box 11

650th Engineer Topographic Battalion - appointment, correspondence, later battalion newsletters, and related, 1942, 2003

Box 11

Oklahoma A&M - incl. transcript, 1946-1947

Box 11

Stanford University - transferred from Oklahoma A&M; undergrad (1947-1949) and grad (ca. 1950-1956) studies, incl. time in France on a Fulbright Fellowship (ca. 1953-1955); incl. correspondence, papers, and transcripts

Box 11

Marriage Certificate - Michigan [Lynne G. Bloom], 1957

Box 11

Applications for federal appointment, ca. early 1960s

 

Speeches by SKS

Additional Note

Talks, lectures, statements, broadcasts; incl. supporting correspondence and research files; arranged chronologically.
Box 11

Speaking Engagements, through 1964

Box 11

Speaking Engagements, 1967-1968

Box 11

Vietnam Day - UC Berkeley, May 21, 1965

Box 11

"Why not a Principled Foreign Policy?" Wilshire Boulevard Temple, Dec. 10, 1967

Box 11

"Tax Reform" - testimony before the Democratic Platform Committee, Aug. 12, 1968

Box 11

"The State of Our Economic Affairs," Santa Barbara, Adult Education, Oct. 1970

Box 11

Letters to the Editor, New York Times, Jan. 23, 1971

Box 11

Adult Ed, Winter 1971

Box 11

"Nixon and the New Isolationism," Sept. 8, 1971 (also under Writings)

Box 11

Santa Barbara Adult Ed, Jan. 1972

Box 11

Santa Barbara, "State of the Economy," May 16, 1974

Box 11

"The Real Future?" re Nicholas Von Hoffman comments on SKS, Feb. 27, 1975

Box 11

California Chamber of Commerce, Oct. 29, 1975

Box 11

"Presidential Politics, 1976, Candidates, Issues and Funding," Holy Cross College lecture, Nov. 5, 1975

Box 11

"The Primaries and the Issues," UCLA, May 6, 1975

Box 11

"The Role of the Media," panel, Samuel Popkin - UCSD Election Forum, May 27, 1976

Box 11

Press Conference - SKS as Chairman of the ACLU Southern California Foundation, June 1976

Box 11

Lawyers' Guild, Oct. 17, 1976

Box 12

"Full Employment," Democratic Agenda Conference, Washington D.C., Nov. 11-13, 1977

Box 12

"Home Q&A Betty & Stanley Sheinbaum," L.A. Times, Oct. 15, 1978

Box 12

Speech to MDs, Nov. 21, 1978

Box 12

Speech at the "Onion," Muriel Lustica, Jan. 21, 1979

Box 12

Taft Speaker, Berwick/Pepperdine, Aug. 17, 1979

Box 12

Guest Speaker, First Annual Community Awards Celebration, Unitarian Church Parish Hall, Santa Barbara, Feb. 16, 1980

Box 12

Pepperdine, Aug. 13, 1980

Box 12

Santa Barbara Adult Ed, May 27, 1981

Box 12

SKS Speeches - Miscellaneous, 1981-1982

Box 12

Democracy Project Conference, Jan. 13, 1982

Box 12

Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 1982

Box 12

Speech, D.C., Jan. 1984

Box 12

Reunion/Conference, "Social Change in the 1980s," UCSC, Oct. 13, 1984

Box 12

ADA Speech, May 14, 1985

Box 12

Miscellaneous Speech Stuff, 1984-1985

Box 12

The American Jewish Committee (AJC), Social Concern Dinner / Slaff, June 1986

Box 12

PLO Speeches, 1986 and 1989

Box 12

ACLU Dinner, NPQ, Apr. 14, 1989

Box 12

Maurice Paprin, May 23, 1989

Box 13

ADA - mostly congratulations re award, May 23, 1989

Box 13

SKS / BWS (Better World Society) 25th Anniversary, June 4, 1989

Box 13

"Pariah at the Mariah," ICPME, Feb. 1990

Box 13

Human Rights Watch (HRW) - SKS Bash (articles, comments and letters), June 12, 1990

Box 13

"Ethics in Film," panel discussion, Los Angeles, Oct. 20, 1990

Box 13

Statement by Stanley K. Sheinbaum to the Los Angeles City Council Confirmation Hearing re appointment to the Police Commission, Apr. 3, 1991

Box 13

"Combating Political Apathy in America," UC Irvine, Aug. 14, 1991

Box 13

Speeches - Correspondence, 1991-1999

Box 13

American Jewish Congress, honoring SKS and BWS, Jan. 26, 1992

Box 13

Unedited transcript of Ex Tempo Remarks by Stanley K. Sheinbaum on the occasion of the funeral of Andreas Papandreou, Metropolitan Cathedral, Athens Greece, June 26, 1996

Box 13

Valerie Fields, Arts Event Program - SKS introducing Hon. Tony Beilenson, Mar. 29, 1997

 

Teaching

Additional Note

Includes examinations, contracts, research notes, handouts.
Box 13

Stanford, ca. 1950-1953, 1955

Box 13

Michigan State University, ca. 1955-1957

Box 13

University of California, Santa Barbara, 1963

 

Travel ca. 1950s-1990s

Additional Note

Mainly guides, a few itineraries; more re SKS travels in located in other collection series such as Israel, Issues, and Middle East.
Box 14

Egypt

Box 14

France

Box 14

Italy

Box 14

Japan

Box 14

Jordan

Box 14

Morocco

Box 14

Spain

Box 14

Switzerland

Box 14

Vietnam

 

Writings by SKS ca. 1961-2003

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically by title. See also CSDI series.
Box 14

Address by Stanley K. Sheinbaum, Congressional Record - Senate, Oct. 7, 1971 regarding "Nixon and the New Isolationism"

Box 14

"Balanced Budgeteering: Puritanism Violated," n.d.

Box 14

"Beyond the New Deal: A Future in Search of a Party," The Economic Democrat... (Santa Monica, CA), Nov. 1981

Box 14

"Capitalism and Democracy," 1961

Box 14

"A Distasteful Job...UC Should Keep I," Los Angeles Times, Mar. 9, 2003

Box 14

"Even in the Movies, Brutality Corrupts," n.d.

Box 14

"First Blood" - re article, "Even in the Movies..."

Box 14

"The Issue Is China," Sheinbaum for Congress, Santa Barbara, n.d.

Box 14

"Just Think...," Publisher's Page, New Perspectives Quarterly, Winter 1988

Box 14

"Just Think...," Publisher's Page, New Perspectives Quarterly, Spring 1992

Box 14

Letter to Robert Berger, L.A. Times, Oct. 12, 1983

Box 14

"A Nation Lost and Found: 1936...," Endorsements, Los Angeles: Tallfellow Press, 2002

Box 14

"Nixon and the New Isolationism," Sept. 8, 1972

Box 14

"Seeking Alternatives for Economic Policy," The Peninsula Times Tribune (Palo Alto, CA) - interview, Oct. 11, 1982

Box 14

"Testimony of Stanley K. Sheinbaum before the Committee on Higher Education of the State of Michigan House of Representatives...," May 16, 1966

Box 14

"The United States and European Unity," American Trade Policy, 1962

Box 14

"The University on the Make: Or How MSU Helped Arm Madame Nhu," Ramparts, April 1966

Box 14

"Unwise Campaign Talk of Using Military Muscle May Bias Democrats toward Action," LA Times (Galbraith-Sheinbaum), Feb. 11, 1988

Box 14

"Vietnam: Where Did The U.S. Go Wrong," War and Peace Report, Feb. 1966

Box 14

"We Are Falling Fast," Center Magazine, Jan. 1970

Box 14

"The World Economic Order," in collaboration with Tibor Scitovsky (University of California) and Andrew Shonfield (Director of Studies, Royal Institute of International Affairs), 1962

 

Series II:  ACLU - Southern California Chapter / ACLU Foundation ca. 1972-2004

Additional Note

SKS was head of the ACLU Foundation of Southern California from 1973 to 1982, as well as on the executive committee and board of directors. Includes awards and celebrations, board minutes, correspondence (in/out), financial material, memos, plans, reports, studies, and subject/topic files. Arranged alphabetically by folder title. 16 cartons.
Box 15

General, 1980-1981, 1985-2004

Box 15

ACLU vs. LAPD/SKS

Box 15

Ad Hoc Committee to study the decision making process of the ACLU and ACLU Foundation, specifically in regard to staff lay offs and how they impact on policy

Box 15

Allen, Woody - "The Front," Oct. 5, 1976

Box 15

Alvarez, Rodolfo

Box 15

Anagnos, Aris

Box 15

And Justice for All, 1979

Box 16

Annual Reports, 1984-1985

Box 16

Arab Arrests, Jan. 1987

Box 16

Babbitt, Bruce, Apr. 20, 1988

Box 16

Baldwin, Roger

Box 16

Bank Secrecy Supreme Court Transcript / US and California

Box 16

Bank Secrecy TV Scripts

Box 16

Begelman, David

Box 16

Benton, Marje / Washington, Feb. 1975

Box 16

Bequests

Box 16

Bergman, Alan, and Marilyn Bergman

Box 16

Bergman, Alan/Marilyn, and Barbara Streisand, June 1, 1980

Box 16

Biennial Conference, 1983

Box 16

Bilingual - Cross-Cultural Programs

Box 16

Bill of Rights, 1992-1995

Box 17

Bill of Rights Awards, 1996, 1999

Box 17

Bill of Rights Celebration

Box 17

Bill of Rights Foundation Board

Box 17

Bill of Rights Foundation Board, June 20, 1974

Box 17

Bill of Rights Mailer, 1975

Box 17

Binion, Gayle

Box 17

Binion, Gayle / Flap

Box 17

Board Dinner, Feb. 12, 1981

 

Board Meeting / Minutes

Box 17

Apr. 1973-Dec. 1975

Box 18

Jan. 1976-May 1983

Box 18

Board Restructure

Box 18

Bohmer, Peter G.

Box 18

Boudin, Leonard B.

Box 18

Brentwood TV, Feb. 23, 1977

Box 19

Bruce, Lenny

 

Budgets

Box 19

1973-1979

Box 19

1980-1982, 1984

Box 19

Building Construction Costs

Box 19

Building Final Documents

Box 19

Building - Gary [Gelbar?]

Box 19

Building - Miscellaneous Plans

Box 19

Building OBS

Box 19

Building OBS Bids

Box 19

Building Operating Costs

Box 19

Building Purchase

Box 19

Building Running Costs

Box 19

Building Transition

Box 19

Burford, James H.

Box 19

Burke, Yvonne

Box 19

Bush, George (H. W.)

Box 19

Bycel, [?]

Box 19

By-Laws

Box 19

Cadwell, Beulah H. (Trust)

Box 19

Campaign Finance

Box 19

Campaign Reform, 1997

Box 19

Campus Speech

Box 19

Caughey, John & LaRee

Box 19

Censorship, June 20, 1988

Box 19

Civil Liberties

Box 19

Civil Liberties in the 100th Congress, 1987 - Washington

Box 19

CNSS (Center for National Security Studies)

Box 19

Competing Affairs

Box 19

Condor ("Three Days of the Condor"), Sept. 30, 1975

Box 20

Condor / Paramount Bills

Box 20

Conflict of Interest

Box 20

Connally, John B.

Box 20

Constitution Day, Sept. 17, 1987

Box 20

Contribution - Breakout

Box 20

Copeland, Edward (Ed)

Box 20

Corporations

Box 20

Correspondence, 1976-1984

Box 20

The Court, 1989

Box 20

Cowan, Geoff - Ira Glasser - SKS

Box 20

Cowley, James M.

Box 20

Crack - CIA - Ghetto

Box 20

Cuban Travel Case

Box 20

Dakin, Susanna

Box 20

DC (District of Columbia) - Washington, Apr. 27-May 6, 1986

Box 20

Death in Canaan, Feb. 22, 1978

Box 20

Deferred Giving

Box 21

Delegate Selection

Box 21

Democratic Conference, Nov. 1975

Box 21

Desegregation

Box 21

Development

Box 21

Development Director - New, 1979

Box 21

Development Plan

Box 21

Development Study

Box 21

Dockets

Box 21

Doctor, Robert

Box 21

Dollars [Donations] - Lenny / Henry Fonda

Box 21

Dollars [Donations], 1977-1979

Box 21

Economic - Corporations Issues

Box 21

Edwards, Rev. Edgar R. - S. Central L.A.

Box 21

Election, Feb. 1, 1978

Box 21

ELF (The Emergency Land Fund)

Box 21

Emmy

Box 21

"Enemies" - re Nixon-coalitions on impeachment

Box 22

"Equus" Premiere, with Richard Burton, 1977

Box 22

Evangelicals

Box 22

"Evening With" Ramsey Clark, 1976

Box 22

"Evening With" Victor Navasky, Nov. 10, 1980

Box 22

"Evening With" Playboy, Apr. 2, 1979

Box 22

"Evening With" Robert Vaughn, Feb. 11, 1980

Box 22

"Evenings With..." - 1977-1978, 1981, Miscellaneous

Box 22

Events Committee

Box 22

Events Miscellaneous

Box 22

Executive Director Search, 1985

Box 22

Exemption

Box 22

Falk, Marcia

Box 22

FBI, 1950s

Box 22

Federal Criminal Code

Box 22

Fifty Years of the American Civil Liberties Union

Box 22

Film

Box 22

Fiske, Joyce S.

Box 22

Flacks, Richard

Box 23

FOIA (Freedom of Information Act)

Box 23

Fonda, Jane

Box 23

Fraser, Donald M. - re Liberal Democrats, Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), incl. memor from Sandy Berger, 1975

Box 23

Freedom under Fire Dissent in Post-9/11 America

Box 23

Fund Raiser, Spring 1975

Box 23

Gangs

Box 23

Garden Party

Box 23

Gates, Darryl

Box 23

Glasser, Ira

Box 23

Goldberg, Danny - re Gold Castle Records, etc.

Box 24

Grantee Progress Reports, 1987 and First Half 1988

Box 24

Great Chefs, 1978

Box 24

Haft, Steven / Roger Baldwin

Box 24

Halperin, Morton H.

Box 24

Handicapped

Box 24

Hard Work

Box 24

Harper, Valerie

Box 24

The Mr. & Mrs Harry M. Warner Foundation Grant

Box 24

Hefner, Christie

Box 24

Hefner, Hugh

Box 24

Higginbotham, A. Leon, Jr.

Box 24

Honeywell

Box 24

Howarth, Joan - Death Penalty

Box 24

Hunt, Linda

Box 24

Illegal Aliens

Box 24

Impeachment

Box 24

Impeachment - Laurie Ostrow

Box 24

In Defense of Busing

Box 24

International Civil Liberties Report, Feb. 1996

Box 24

Iraq

Box 24

Jenkins, David

Box 24

Job Descriptions

Box 24

"Julia" - All Seasons in "Julia" - fundraising premiere

Box 24

Kanin, Michael

Box 24

Kasem, Casey, and Zev Putterman

Box 24

K-9 (LAPD) - deposition of Stanley K. Sheinbaum / dog bite

Box 24

KCET / ACLU tape

Box 25

KCET / HOT

Box 25

Keller, Wilma - contribution, 1974

Box 25

Krim, Arthur B. / DNC Advisory Council

Box 25

Krinsky, Michael

Box 25

Ku Klux Klan (KKK)

Box 25

LA Times Editorial, July 14, 1974

Box 25

LDF (NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.)

Box 25

Leadership Awards Gala, 1989

Box 25

Lear, Norman - ACLU tape

Box 25

Legal Committee

Box 25

Legal Search, 1976

Box 25

Lease, June 1975

Box 25

Lists - mostly re ACLU

Box 25

Love, Eula May

Box 25

Machtinger, Sidney

Box 25

Mailer, 1975-1976

Box 25

Malice ("Absence of Malice"), Nov. 17, 1981

Box 25

Mandelik, Gabrielle (Gabrielle Mandelik Hayum)

Box 25

Marcus, Sol

Box 25

Margolin, Ephraim

Box 25

Markoff, Steve

Box 25

Marroquin, Hector

Box 25

Masters, Lee (Jarl Mohn)

Box 25

McTernan, John

Box 25

MeikleJohn Civil Liberties Institute Third Annual Symposium, 1982

Box 25

Mental Health / Legal Rights of the Mentally Handicapped

Box 25

Merrick, Mike - ACLU Honors Henry Fonda "Clarence Darrow"

Box 25

Mesches, Arnold

Box 25

Mini-Coalition

Box 25

Miscellany

Box 26

Mitchell, Valentine (Val)

Box 26

Moyers, Bill

Box 26

Muslim - Sweet / American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, et al., v. Janet Reno, 1995

 

National Foundation

Box 26

1977-1978, 1980-1982, 1984

Box 26

Legislation Committee

Box 26

Major Donors Free Speech Conference, 1978

Box 26

Sharing

Box 26

Steering Committee

 

Nixon, Richard M. (President)

Box 26

Correspondents for Impeachment / [W. H.] Ferry

Box 26

Nixon and Senate Trial Standards

Box 26

Post-Watergate

Box 26

Supreme Court Decision, July 1974

Box 26

Noyes, Dan

Box 26

Nuclear Power and Civil Liberties

Box 26

Ojai, April 12, 1975

Box 26

Okrand, Fred / Supreme Court

 

Olincy, George

Box 26

Church State

Box 26

San Diego

Box 26

Wirin Memorial Fund WGA

Box 26

Orange County / Police

Box 26

Ostrow, Laurie - Gifts and Bequests

Box 26

Other Organizations

Box 27

Palestinians (8 Palestinians)

Box 27

Patients' Rights Project

Box 27

PBS (Public Broadcasting Station)

Box 27

Personnel Policy

Box 27

Petra Foundation

Box 27

Phillips, Sidney

Box 27

Photographs

Box 27

Police Spying

Box 27

Politics, 1973, 1975

Box 27

Poverty

Box 27

Pratt, Geronimo

Box 27

Premiere, 1982

Box 27

Presidents' Club

Box 27

Privacy Bill / Sacramento

Box 27

Proposition 208

Box 27

Public Counsel - Morris Dees

Box 27

Reems, Harry

Box 27

Reinhardt, Stephen

Box 27

Ripston, Ramona

Box 28

Ripston, Ramona (cont.)

Box 28

Romero, Anthony D.

Box 28

Rosenbaum, Mark

Box 28

Rosenberg, Mark

Box 28

Roth, Harry

Box 28

San Diego

Box 28

Santa Barbara

Box 28

Scales, Joe T.

Box 28

Schachter, Marvin

Box 28

Schachter Budge Bulge (Marvin Schachter)

Box 28

Search References and Back Up

Box 28

Securities, 1975-1978

Box 28

Shanker, Albert

Box 28

Shared Donor Lists

Box 28

Sharing Dilemna, 1985

Box 28

Shattuck, John

Box 28

Shikes, Ralph E.

Box 28

Shuford, Frank

Box 28

Silkwood, Karen (The Karen Silkwood Fund)

Box 28

Skokie, Illinois (predominantly Jewish suburb north of Chicago), defense of Nazis

Box 28

SKS - Correspondence

Box 28

SKS - Public Statements

Box 28

SKS - Resolution

Box 28

SKS - Roast

Box 28

Skyhorse/Mohawk Case (Paul Skyhorse and Richard Mohawk)

Box 29

Slaff, George

Box 29

Smith, Lloyd, Feb. 14, 1976

Box 29

Sobel, Carol

Box 29

Southern California Miscellaneous, 1972

Box 29

Spanish Flag, Oct. 1975

Box 29

Special Committees

Box 29

Staff

Box 29

Steinem, Gloria

Box 29

Structural Reforms

Box 29

Summer 1973

Box 29

di Suvero, Henry M.

Box 29

Tax Reform, 1977

Box 29

Teitell, Conrad

Box 29

Temkin, Florence (Mrs. Jack Temkin)

Box 29

Torch of Liberty

Box 29

Tunney, John V.

Box 29

TV Costs

Box 29

TV Tape

Box 29

University of Judaism

Box 29

Vernon, Rama

Box 29

Vogel, Robert S. / AFSC ( American Friends Service Committee) / Prisons

Box 29

Volunteer Lawyers

Box 29

Wagner, Carl

Box 30

Washington, Ken (Kenny)

Box 30

Wasserman, Lew R.

Box 30

Webster, William

Box 30

Weinstein, Paula / Mark Rosenberg

Box 30

Wexler, Haskel / Emile de Antonio / Mary Lampson, etc.

Box 30

WGA (Writers Guild of America, West, Inc.)

 

Wirin, A. L. (Abraham Lincoln)

Box 30

1977

Box 30

Obsolete

Box 30

TV, Jan. 1975

Box 30

TV Transcripts

Box 30

Wilkinson, Frank

Box 30

Wise, Robert E.

Box 30

Wolf, Steve

Box 30

Zahm, Nathan R.

Box 30

Ziffren, Paul

 

Series III:  Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions [CSDI]

Additional Note

For related materials see: Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Collection (Mss 18) and Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions / Princeton University Files (Mss 253), which include a number of files by and pertaining to SKS. See also: Additions - May 2012. 9 cartons.
 

Alpha ca. 1959-1974

Additional Note

People and subjects (often topics discussed by CSDI).
Box 31

Adler, Mortimer, Jan. 28, 1977

Box 31

A.I.D. (Department of State Agency for International Development) - Peace Corps - etc. Washington trip, June 1962

Box 31

Berkeley

Box 31

Calendar

Box 31

Center Economist

Box 31

Center - SKS's Guests

Box 31

Center - Speakers

Box 31

Center - Visitors

Box 31

Classification Review - Economics General (re Encyclopaedia Britannica article)

Box 31

Cold War

Box 31

CSDI History

Box 31

Degnan, June Oppen

Box 31

Economic Freedom, Aug. 1964

Box 31

Employment

Box 31

Encyclopaedia Britannica

Box 31

Ferry, W. H.

Box 32

Final Resignation, Sept. 21, 1970

Box 32

Fire, 1960

Box 32

First CSDI Meeting, Pre-Fire, 1960

Box 32

Foreign Addresses

Box 32

Forum for Contemporary History

Box 32

Founding Members (FM) Seminars, 1968

Box 32

Free Speech Movement

Box 32

Fund for Chinese Democracy

Box 32

The Fund for the Republic, Inc. (FFR) Address Lists - current

Box 32

Hanauer, Gary - Isla Vista

Box 32

Hutchins, Robert M.

Box 32

Index of Manuscripts and Dialogue Leaders, 1959-1974

Box 32

Indiana University - Conference on Soviet Economy, Feb. 3-4, 1961

Box 32

Jacoby, Neil - Conglomerates

Box 32

Jacoby, Neil - On Development

Box 32

Junior Fellows

Box 32

Kalven, Harry, Jr.

Box 32

Kelso, Louis O.

Box 32

Kenyon College, April 27-30, 1972

Box 32

Law Library

Box 32

Military / Industrial - UCLA, Nov. 11, 1967

Box 32

Multinational Corporation

Box 33

Myrdal, Gunnar

Box 33

National Industrial Conference Board (NICB) - Pebble Beach, Feb. 6, 1969

Box 33

Neo-CSDI (incl. reorganization of the Center)

Box 33

Pacem in Maribus

Box 33

Pacem in Terris

Box 33

Pacem in Terris II

Box 33

Palm Springs - Sharing World's Wealth, Jan. 28, 1968

Box 33

Presidio

Box 33

Resignation (SKS) - CSDI

Box 33

Role of Liberal

Box 33

Roof ( Encyclopaedia Britannica) Expenses, 1962

Box 33

Social Science Caucus, May 1969

Box 34

Socialism vs. Capitalism, 1964

Box 34

SKS Memoranda to Staff

Box 34

Sons and Daughters - film about the war in Vietnam, 1967

Box 34

Status - SKS, 1969

Box 34

Students, 1967-1968

Box 34

Tax Reform

Box 34

Triple Revolution

Box 34

"The University"

Box 34

University of Nigeria - Lindsay Correspondence, May 12, 1964-Mar. 2, 1965

Box 34

Vietnam

Box 34

Vucinich, Alexander

Box 34

Welfare Statism

Box 34

Who's Who

Box 34

"Why Not a Principled Foreign Policy?" Wilshire Boulevard Temple, Dec. 10, 1967

Box 34

World Economy - PIT

Box 34

Zero Growth - SKS, 1969

 

Chronological 1960-1971, n.d.

Additional Note

Includes memos, papers, presentations and speeches by SKS, most relating to dialogue discussions and other CSDI events; also files re the Roof article on economics for Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Box 35

1960, December

Box 35

1961, May 26

Box 35

1961, August

Box 35

1962, January, February, March, June

Box 35

1962, October, November, December

Box 35

1963, July, October

Box 35

1964, Febrary, March, August

Box 35

1965, January, February, December

Box 35

1966, January, February, August, September, December

Box 35

1966-1968

Box 35

1967, February, April, September, October, November

Box 36

1967, December

Box 36

1968, January, November

Box 36

1969, February, March, April, May, June, September

Box 36

1971, July

Box 36

n.d.

 

Correspondence ca. 1959-1970

Additional Note

In/out. Re CSDI matters.
 

Alpha - by name. In/out.

Box 36

Altman, George T., Esq.

Box 36

Aron, Yitzhak Ben

Box 36

Bicanic, Rudolf

Box 36

B [surnames beginning with B]

Box 36

Fromm, Erich

Box 36

Girvetz, Harry K.

Box 36

Goldberg, Leo A.

Box 36

Gray, Mrs. Horace

Box 36

Haley, Bernard F.

Box 36

Harbrecht, Father Paul P.

Box 36

Hayden, Tom

Box 36

Kelso, Louis O.

Box 36

Kemnitzer, William J.

Box 36

Lerner, Abba P.

Box 36

Lohman, Joseph D.

Box 36

Lundquist, Edwin D.

Box 36

Marcum, John Arthur

Box 36

Marshall, J. Howard

Box 36

Maxwell, John F.

Box 36

McMullen, Roy

Box 36

Mehl, Lucien

Box 36

Mirsky, Jonathan - Paris, Oct. 1966

Box 36

MONIAC

Box 36

Monocle Publications

Box 36

Morris, William

Box 36

Musolf, Lloyd D.

Box 36

Myrdal, Gunnar

Box 36

National Bureau of Economic Research Incorporated (NBER)

Box 36

Naftalin, Arthur - SKS - Search, Fall 1959

Box 36

Osheroff, Abe

Box 36

Pacem in Terris II

Box 36

Peyser, Seymour

Box 36

Plaza Del Sol

Box 36

Potter, Thomas C.

Box 36

Princeton Conference on training Americans for overseas service, 1961

Box 36

P-Q (including: Linus Paulding, Sheldon Pollack, and Anthony Quinn)

Box 36

Quakers

Box 36

R

Box 36

Reder, Melvin W.

Box 36

Reed, Edward

Box 36

Richards, Howard

Box 36

Road Work!

Box 36

Rollins, C.E.

Box 36

Ross, Ralph G. (Prof.)

Box 37

Sambath, Huot

Box 37

Samuelson, Paul A. (Prof.)

Box 37

Schiller, Joyce

Box 37

Scheinfeld, Aaron

Box 37

Schmookler, Jacob (Prof.)

Box 37

Scitovsky, Tibor (Prof.)

Box 37

Shafer, Joseph E. (Prof.) - Alaska

Box 37

Sheinbaum, Gilbert (Gil) H. - SKS' brother, re personal matters and situation in Vietnam; Gil was in Vietnam during this time, 1964-1965

Box 37

Shonfield, Andrew

Box 37

Shull, Leon

Box 37

Sinatra, Frank

Box 37

SORO (Special Operations Research Office)

Box 37

Stein, Norman - N.Y.

Box 37

Stover, Carl F.

Box 37

Stulman, Julius

Box 37

Summer '64 Obsolete

Box 37

Weisskopf, W. A.

Box 37

Welch, Robert H. W., Jr.

Box 37

White, Rod

Box 37

Wirtz, Willard

 

Chronological - by year

Box 37

1961-1968

 

1970 - alpha by surname

Box 37

FFR - SKS personal

Box 37

Founding Member Seminars

Box 37

Gurley, John

Box 37

"Library"

Box 37

Mishan, Ezra J., Professor

Box 37

Naftalin, Arthur

Box 37

Presidio (Imperial Corporation of America of Presidio Savings and Loan Association)

Box 37

SKS Meeting Proposals

Box 37

SKS Memoranda to Staff

Box 37

SS [SKS] Center Economist

Box 37

SS [SKS] Lunch Guests

Box 37

Wolf, Charles, Jr.

Box 37

n.d.

 

Economics ca. 1961-1964

Additional Note

Includes Encyclopaedia Britannica files for Roof article on economics.
Box 37

Encyclopaedia Britannica - Economics - Roof

Box 37

Harbrecht, Paul P. (Father)

Box 37

New Economics

Box 37

SKS - drafts, notes, etc.

Box 37

UK Sterling Crisis, 1964

 

Los Angeles

Additional Note

Mainly re CSDI members and events in L.A.
Box 38

Ashmore, Harry S.

Box 38

Ben Aron, Yitzhak - at CSDI, Aug. 2, 1966

Box 38

Board, May 1970

Box 38

The Center Club - NYC

Box 38

Chicago Founding Members (FM)

Box 38

CSDI - General

Box 38

CSDI Associates Meeting, Nov. 19, 1969

Box 38

CSDI Board, Dec. 5, 1969

Box 38

CSDI Finances

Box 38

CSDI Program

Box 38

Endowment Campaign

Box 38

Founding Members - General, 1966, 1969-1970

Box 38

Founding Members - Juscelino Kubitschek session, Santa Barbara, Oct. 21, 1966

Box 38

Founding Members Seminar, 1964-1966

Box 38

Fund for the Republic

Box 38

Fund Raising Programs - Center

Box 38

Gorman, William / Ronald M. Loeb

Box 38

Gortikov, Stanley M.

Box 38

Hutchins, Robert M. - Papers

Box 38

The Junior Fellows

Box 38

La Pira, Giorgio

Box 38

Library - Fundraising

Box 38

Lichtman, Richard - at Dan Olincy's

Box 38

Malta, June 1970

Box 38

Marculescu - re Heini Brunstein

Box 38

Pacem in Maribus

Box 38

Perry, John L.

Box 38

Post May 7, 1969 - re reorganization of CSDI

Box 38

Potential FMs

Box 38

Reed, Edward, and John L. Perry

Box 38

Senior Staff

Box 38

Tagger, Peter

Box 38

Widener, Alice

Box 38

Willens, Harold

 

Series IV:  Congressional Campaign

Additional Note

1966 (Primary) and 1968 (General) [Santa Barbara]. Includes campaign and political topic files. All but one file relate to the 1968 campaign. 1 carton.
Box 39

1966 - Primary (1 folder)

 

1968

Box 39

Advertising

Box 39

Agriculture

Box 39

Biography - Stanley K. Sheinbaum (SKS)

Box 39

Blacks

Box 39

Campaign Statements, 1968

Box 39

Chavez, Cesar

Box 39

Computer Letter

Box 39

Defense Cuts

Box 39

District Data

Box 39

Draft

Box 39

Fan Mail

Box 39

Guns

Box 39

Humphrey, Hubert

Box 39

Impacted School Areas

Box 39

Israel

Box 39

Issues

Box 39

Left-Overs

Box 39

Letterhead

Box 39

Lompoc

Box 39

Mexican-Americans

Box 39

Oil

Box 39

Photograph

Box 39

Pollution - Air/Water

Box 39

Potentials

Box 39

Prices

Box 39

Proposition 9

Box 39

Proxmire, William - Anti-Tax

Box 39

Publicity

Box 39

Santa Barbara Housing

Box 39

Sponsors

Box 39

Tax Reform

Box 39

Ventura County Statistics

Box 39

Miscellaneous

 

Series V:  Correspondence

Additional Note

Correspondence also is scattered throughout other series. 38 cartons.
 

Important ca. 1985-1996

Additional Note

Outgoing, arranged alphabetically by surname of recipient. Individual letters that SKS deemed important, along with related articles and other material.
Box 40

1996

Box 40

Adelman, Kenneth L., June 2, 1986

Box 40

Athens Meeting Material - 5 Continents

Box 40

Bergman, Marilyn, Dec. 9, 1985

Box 40

Botstein, Leon

Box 40

Brown, Ron, Dec. 6, 1989

Box 40

Coelho, Tony - re Pat Brown, May 1986

Box 40

Cuomo, Mario

Box 40

Feighan, Edward F. (Congressman), Mar. 15, 1990

Box 40

Friedman, Terry B. (Assemblyman) - Tracy Westin, June 27, 1988

Box 40

Gardner, David - re Robert Reich, May 10, 1989

Box 40

Gore, Albert (Senator), Sept. 27, 1988

Box 40

Hart, Gary - List

Box 40

Hallisey, Jeremiah F., Oct. 29, 1987

Box 40

Harman, Willis W., and William A. Wilson

Box 40

Hayden, Tom (Assemblyman), Aug. 14, 1985-Nov. 16, 1988

Box 40

Hunter, David R. / Liberal

Box 40

Jackson, Jesse - Speech

Box 40

Jacoby, Tamar - "Competition Letter," Feb. 1987

Box 40

Kennedy, Edward (Senator)

Box 40

Kirk, Paul, Jr.

Box 40

Lear, Norman

Box 40

Levine, Mel, Aug. 11, 1988

Box 40

Lewis, Flora - 5 Continents / Scheer - Regents, Sept. 1987

Box 40

Martin, Fred - Gore for President, Oct. 15, 1987

Box 40

McCune, Pat, Oct. 5, 1988

Box 40

Metzenbaum, Howard (Senator)

Box 40

Moses, Steve

Box 40

Newsweek Article and Letter, June 3, 1987

Box 40

New York City Employee Retirement System

Box 40

PLO Packet List

Box 40

Rosenthal, A. M., Mar. 26, 1986 and Apr. 28, 1986

Box 40

Sandberg, Neil J., June 28, 1989

Box 40

Shrum, Robert, June 19, 1989

Box 40

Simon, Paul

Box 40

SKS ADA Speech

Box 40

SKS / Jesse Jackson Papers: Persian Gulf and Growth vs. Austerity

Box 40

Sterling, Howard, July 18, 1989

Box 40

Streisand, Barbra

Box 40

Warner, John (Senator), Nov. 18, 1985

Box 40

Weinstein, Steve - letters and article on Hayden, Jewish Journal, Apr. 3, 1986

Box 40

Westen, Tracy, Nov. 6, 1985

Box 40

Wicker, Tom, Oct. 28, 1987

Box 40

Willens, Harold - Nov. 8, 1987 (Al Gore)

Box 40

Wilson, William

Box 40

Wirth, Timothy E., Senator, Mar. 12, 1987

 

Alphabetical ca. 1960s-1990s

Additional Note

In/out. Individuals, organizations, projects, and interests.
Box 41

A

Box 41

Agrigenetics Corporation

Box 41

Altman, George T.

Box 41

APN (Americans for Peace Now), NY - Shimon Peres, Jan. 15, 1997

Box 41

Appleby, Joyce

Box 41

Apter, David E.

Box 41

Arbatov, Georgi

Box 41

Ashley, Ted

Box 41

B

Box 41

Beliak, Haim Dov, Rabbi / Michael L. "Mikey" Weinstein

Box 41

Bell, James Washington

Box 41

Berger, Samuel R.

Box 41

Bernhaut, Charlie

Box 41

Berry, Richard M.

Box 41

Bloomberg, Ron

Box 41

Bonpane, Theresa

Box 41

Brandwynne, Marcia

Box 41

Brown Edmund G. (Brown Campaign 1966)

Box 41

C

Box 41

Caldwell, Lynton K. (Keith)

Box 41

Casady, Simon

Box 41

Chaleff, Gerald

Box 41

Chemerinsky, Erwin

Box 41

Cherniavsky, Emma

Box 41

Christmas Cards, 1966

Box 41

CIA, 1986, 1990

Box 41

CIA Leak - N.Y. Times - Judith Miller

Box 41

CLEF (National Assembly on Teaching the Principles of the Bill of Rights - Civil Liberties Educational Foundation) - Minna Peyser, 1962-1963

Box 41

Clubb, [Louise?]

Box 41

Cohen, Stephen F.

Box 41

COMAT (Commission on Manpower, Automation and Technology) - CSDI Education

Box 41

Comer, Brooke

Box 41

Congress - 1966 peace candidates

Box 41

Contributions

Box 41

Cordero, Ida

Box 41

Cowen, Zelman

Box 41

Cunningham, Elsie

Box 41

D (incl. William O. Douglas)

Box 41

Dale, Ernest

Box 41

Davis, Louis E.

Box 41

Donaldson, Nancy A.

Box 41

Dorsey, John Thornton, Jr.

Box 41

Dow Co., Inc.; Frank P. Dow

Box 42

E

Box 42

84th Street House

Box 42

Elster, Sandy

Box 42

European Investment

Box 42

F

Box 42

Ferry, W. H.

Box 42

Frank, Lewis A.

Box 42

Freeman, Harrop A.

Box 42

G

Box 42

Galeria Del Sol

Box 42

Galeria - Shows, 1967

Box 42

Giglio (Isole del Giglio, Italy)

Box 42

Granett, Solomon

Box 42

Greece, AP - Draenos

Box 42

Grossman, David

Box 42

H

Box 42

Higginbotham, A. Leon, Jr.

Box 42

I

Box 42

Investment Club

Box 42

J

Box 42

Jerusalem Foundation

Box 42

K

Box 42

Keller, Wilma

Box 42

Kroc, Joan B. (Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice at the University of San Diego)

Box 42

L

Box 42

Laucks, Eulah - CSDI, 1996

Box 42

Legal Center of Santa Barbara

Box 42

Letters to the Editors

Box 42

Levine, Emily

Box 42

Lieberman, William S. (Museum of Modern Art)

Box 42

Liera, Juan Quintero - Chicano Manuscript

Box 42

Loans

Box 42

Lockyer, Bill (Senator), Feb. 17, 1998

Box 42

Lurie, Gwen

Box 42

M

Box 42

Magidson, Herbert D.

Box 42

Mayo, Nick

Box 42

Meyers, Merwin A.

Box 42

Mitchell, Mamie

Box 43

N

Box 43

Nagler-Severis Associates / Denis Severis

Box 43

New Politics

Box 43

1936 ( A Nation Lost and Found: 1936 America Remembered by Ordinary and Extraordinary People)

Box 43

1936 - SKS letters

Box 43

NPQ - SKS Publisher Page

Box 43

O

Box 43

Obst, David - Publishing Pool

Box 43

Occidental College - MidEast, Mar-July 1993

Box 43

P

Box 43

Palmieri, Victor H.

Box 43

Pan African Film Festival, Feb. 8, 1998

Box 43

Papandreou, Maggie - miscellaneous correspondence

Box 43

Parker, Richard

Box 43

Pedotti, Helen

Box 43

Peres, Shimon, Feb. 23, 1998

 

Philanthrophy

Box 43

General

Box 43

ACLU - Roger Baldwin Foundation

Box 43

Bryant, Lefty, 1969

Box 43

Crider, Gwendoline Mayfield

Box 43

De La Guerra Investments

Box 43

Hart, Norris

Box 43

Institute for Policy Studies

Box 43

Law Library

Box 43

Legal Services - Santa Barbara County

Box 43

New Foundation, 1969

Box 43

Operation Solidarity

Box 43

Pozniak

Box 43

UMAS

 

Political

Box 43

General

Box 43

American Documentary Films, Inc.

Box 43

Cuba, Spring 1969

Box 43

Democrats

Box 43

Grassroots Support

Box 43

Greece

Box 43

Knell, Greg

Box 43

Kraiman, Arthur

Box 43

Military-Industrial Complex (AGP)

Box 43

Musicale at 819 Syl, Dec. 20, 1969

Box 43

Naftalin, Arthur

Box 43

Pacifica

Box 43

Ramparts

Box 43

SKS Speaking Engagements, 1969

Box 43

Pozniak, Beata

 

Professional

Box 43

Letters to the Editor

Box 43

Veblen, Paul - Santa Barbara News-Press

 

Protest

Box 43

Museum of Modern Art - Friends Committee

Box 43

Parent, Walter E. (Judge)

Box 43

Redmond, Deborah - Principal Earl F. Glahn

Box 43

Miscellany

Box 43

Q

Box 43

R

Box 43

Rapoport, Bernard

Box 43

Responses to SKS (I)

Box 44

Responses to SKS (II)

Box 44

Rosecrance - re Dr. Abdullah Toukan Dinner, Jan. 27, 1998

Box 44

Rosentswieg, Suzanne

Box 44

Rothstein, Richard / Margery Tabankin & Associates / SKS

Box 44

Rowan, Carl T.

Box 44

S

Box 44

Sandyland House

Box 44

School Board

Box 44

Seidita, Jo - Ronnie Dugger, Jan. 22, 1998

Box 44

Sheinbaum, Gil

Box 44

Shoemaker, W.A. - Democratic Assembly, Aug. 29, 1966

Box 44

Simon, Nick

 

SKS

Box 44

For Congress

Box 44

On New Politics and Old Politicians

Box 44

Personal

Box 44

Speech, APN (Americans for Peace Now), Oct. 22, 1998

Box 44

Steinmetz, Fred H.

Box 44

Subscriptions

Box 44

"Symposium" - Bill Behn

Box 44

T

Box 44

Task Force

Box 44

Toukan, Abdullah / Danae Elon

Box 44

Treholt, Arne

Box 45

Troublemakers

Box 45

Two Bits

Box 45

Tyre, Norman and Hermione Brown

Box 45

U-V

Box 45

UCSB - CSDI, Oct. 1997

Box 45

W

Box 45

Warnke, Paul C., May 9, 1989

Box 45

Weininger, Benjamin, M.D. / Karl Menninger, M.D.

Box 45

Weissbourd, Bernard

Box 45

Weisskopf, Walter A.

Box 45

Wells, Frank

Box 45

Willens, Harold

Box 45

Williams, Dan

Box 45

Windmiller, Marshall, 1966

Box 45

Wisconsin Public Defender Agency (Democracy in Israel)

Box 45

Worthy, William / Fred Whitehurst

Box 45

Wyatt, Holly

Box 45

X-Y-Z

Box 45

Yoss, Charles

Box 45

Zeiger, Irving

 

Chronological Files 1960-2007

Additional Note

Earlier files by year, then groups of months; later files year, then individual month; early files outgoing correspondence only, later files in/out, with some accompanying materials.
Box 46

Oct. 1960-Dec. 1969

Box 47

Jan. 1970-May 1979

Box 48

June 1979-July 1982

Box 49

Aug. 1982-Dec. 1983 [msg Jan-Dec. 1984]

Box 50

Jan. 1985-Dec. 1985

Box 51

Jan. 1986-July 1987

Box 52

Aug. 1987-Dec. 1988

Box 53

Jan. 1989-July 1990

Box 54

Aug. 1990-Feb. 1992

Box 55

Mar. 1992-Apr. 1993

Box 56

May 1993-July 1994

Box 57

Aug. 1994-Oct. 1995

Box 58

Nov. 1995-Dec. 1996

Box 59

Jan. 1997-Dec. 1997

Box 60

Jan. 1998-Nov. 1998

Box 61

Dec. 1998-Nov. 1999

Box 62

Dec. 1999-Oct. 2000

Box 63

Nov. 2000 [msg. Dec. 2000]; Jan. 2001-Dec. 2001; [msg. Jan. 2002] Feb. 2002

Box 64

Mar. 2002-Dec. 2004

Box 65

Jan-Dec. 2005; [msg. Jan-Oct. 2006] Nov. 2006 [msg. Dec. 2006]; Jan-Dec. 2007

 

Sub Files 1960s-2003

Additional Note

Stamped as such on folders, incl. outgoing correspondence and related clippings.
Box 66

1960s-1989

Box 67

1990-1999

Box 68

2000-2003

 

Miscellaneous Correspondence

Additional Note

By year, incoming and outgoing.
Box 69

ca. 1954-1968 [earliest file has contents with burnt edges, probably from CSDI fire]

Box 70

1970-1977 [msg. 1969]

Box 71

1978-1983

Box 72

1984-1987

Box 73

1988-1992

Box 74

1993-1998

Box 75

1998-2001

Box 76

2001-2007

Box 77

2007-2008

 

Series VI:  Economics

Additional Note

18 cartons.
 

General ca. 1980s-1990s

Additional Note

Alphabetical, includes events, some individuals, issues, and organizations.
Box 78

Algonquin Symposium - The Changing Economic World

Box 78

Beaudry, Ann - Director, Public Media Center

Box 78

Transcripts - Wash, DC (Jan. 1984) - contains copy of Robert Borosage's (Institute for Policy Studies) speech notes from New Economic Agenda Conference

Box 78

The California Channel

Box 78

The California Project - Economic Programs & Projects

Box 78

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Box 79

Committee for Economic Development

Box 79

Competition

Box 79

Controls

Box 79

Council of Economic Priorities (CEP)

Box 79

Council on Foreign Relations

Box 79

Claybrook / Tax Reform

Box 79

Defense Budget Project

Box 79

Economic Education Project

Box 79

Economic Policy Institute (EPI)

Box 79

EPS Quarterly - the newsletter of economists for peace and security

Box 79

Exploratory Project for Economic Alternatives

Box 79

Faux, Jeff - Economic Policy Institute

Box 79

Faux, Jeff and David R. Hunter

Box 79

Fenton, David (Fenton Communications, Inc.)

Box 79

Gold

Box 80

Hart, Gary, and David E. Bonior

Box 80

Homeless - Alan Jolis

Box 80

Hunger

Box 80

Hunter, David R.

Box 80

InterAction Council

Box 80

InterFaith Center to Reverse the Arms Race - Economic Conference

Box 80

International Banking

Box 80

The Jerome Levy Economics Institute of Bard College

Box 81

Keynes / Reagonomics

Box 81

Mexico - Debt/Quake

Box 81

Millken, Michael

Box 81

Mother Jones

Box 81

National Center on Poverty Law

Box 81

Pacific Council on International Policy

Box 81

Reagan, Ronald

Box 81

Santa Monica Living Wages

Box 81

Shalan Foundation

Box 81

Stern, Philip M. / PAC

Box 81

Strategic Studies Institute U.S. Army War College (SSI)

Box 81

Sweatshops

Box 81

Third World Debt

Box 81

Trudeau, Pierre

Box 81

Unruh, Jesse M. - Pension Funds

Box 81

U.R.P.E. (Union for Radical Political Economics)

Box 81

Weinberg, Nat

Box 81

Whistle Blowing

 

Economists' Writings ca. 1980s-mid 2000s

Additional Note

Includes articles and other writings by prominent economists and others about economic issues, and correspondence to/from SKS. Arranged by surname.
Box 82

Abernathy, William, and Robert Hayes

Box 82

Aganbegyan, Abel G.

Box 82

Ahmed, Akbar S.

Box 82

Ajami, Fouad

Box 82

Alperovitz, Gar

Box 82

Alterman, Eric

Box 82

Annan, Kofi

Box 82

Aronowitz, Stanley

Box 82

Arrow, Kenneth J.

Box 82

Attali, Jacques

Box 82

Baker, Pauline H.

Box 82

Baran, Paul A.

Box 82

Barnet, Richard J.

Box 82

Barraclough, Geoffrey

Box 82

Barzun, Jacques

Box 82

Bell, Daniel

Box 82

Bellah, Robert N.

Box 82

Bergman, Alan

Box 82

Berman, Paul

Box 82

Bernanke, Ben S.

Box 82

Bernstein, Carl

Box 82

Bernstein, Peter L.

Box 82

Birnbaum, Norman

Box 82

Bishops (various catholic bishops)

Box 82

Blinder, Alan S.

Box 82

Block, Fred

Box 82

Bluestone, Barry, and Bennett Harrison

Box 82

Bohr, Niels, and Werner Heisenberg

Box 82

Bok, Derek

Box 82

Borgese, E. Mann

Box 82

Borosage, Robert L.

Box 82

Boyte, Harry C.

Box 82

Brock, David

Box 82

Broder, David S.

Box 82

Brownstein, Ronald

Box 82

Brucan, Silviu

Box 82

Bruck, Connie

Box 82

Brzezinski, Zbigniew

Box 82

Buchanan, James M.

Box 82

Buffett, Warren E.

Box 82

Burnham, Walter Dean

Box 82

Caddell, Pat

Box 82

Calleo, David P.

Box 82

Cannon, Lou

Box 82

Caputo, Dante M.

Box 83

Cassidy, John

Box 83

Cheit, Earl F.

Box 83

Chomsky, Noam

Box 83

Cockburn, Alexander

Box 83

Cohen, Stephen F.

Box 83

Conrad, Paul

Box 83

Cooper, Marc

Box 83

Crosland, Anthony

Box 83

Culver, John C.

Box 83

Darman, Richard G.

Box 83

Day, Anthony (Tony)

Box 83

Dean, John W.

Box 83

Debray, Régis

Box 83

Dees, Morris

Box 83

Dershowitz, Alan

Box 83

Dorfman, Ariel

Box 83

Dowd, Douglas F.

Box 83

Drucker, Peter

Box 83

D'Souza, Dinesh

Box 83

Dugger, Ronnie

Box 83

ECAAR (Economists Allied for Arms Reduction)

Box 83

Economists for Peace and Security

Box 83

Edsall, Thomas Byrne

Box 83

Ehrenhalt, Alan

Box 83

Ehrlich, Paul

Box 83

Eisenhower, Dwight D.

Box 83

Eisner, Robert

Box 83

Elon, Amos

Box 83

Epstein, Jason

Box 83

Etzioni, Amitai

Box 83

Evans, Gareth

Box 83

Fairlie, Henry

Box 83

Fallows, James

Box 83

Farer, Tom J.

Box 83

Feinberg, Richard E.

Box 83

Feldstein, Martin

Box 83

Ferguson, Thomas

Box 83

FitzGerald, Frances

Box 83

Flacks, Dick

Box 83

Flanigan, James

Box 83

Frank, Thomas

Box 83

Friedan, Betty

Box 84

Friedman, Benjamin M.

Box 84

Friedman, Milton

Box 84

Friedman, Thomas L.

Box 84

Fuentes, Carlos

Box 84

Fukuyama, Francis

Box 84

Fuller, Graham E.

Box 84

Gaddis, John Lewis

Box 84

Galbraith, James

Box 84

Gans, Curtis B.

Box 84

Garbus, Martin

Box 84

Garten, Jeffrey E.

Box 84

Garwin, Richard L.

Box 84

Gates, Jeff

Box 84

Gelb, Leslie H.

Box 84

George, Susan

Box 84

Gergen, David

Box 84

Gigot, Paul A.

Box 84

Ginger, Ann Fagan

Box 84

Gitlin, Todd

Box 84

Glassman, James K.

Box 84

Glazer, Nathan

Box 84

Goldberg, Lenny

Box 84

Gorbachev, Mikhail

Box 84

Grant, James

Box 84

Greenspan, Alan

Box 84

Greider, William

Box 84

Grossman, David

Box 84

Gurley, John G. (Jack)

Box 84

Haass, Richard N.

Box 84

Hacker, Andrew

Box 84

Halberstam, David

Box 84

Harriman, Ed

Box 84

Harrington, Stephanie (Michael Harrington)

Box 84

Hayden, Tom

Box 85

Heilbroner, Robert L.

Box 85

Heller, Walter W.

Box 85

Henry, James S.

Box 85

Hightower, Jim

Box 85

Hirschman, Albert O.

Box 85

Hitchens, Christopher

Box 85

Holland, Stuart

Box 85

Holmer, M.

Box 85

Hough, Jerry F.

Box 85

Howe, Irving

Box 85

Huntington, Samuel P.

Box 85

Ignatieff, Michael

Box 85

Jacobs, Jane

Box 85

Judt, Tony

Box 85

Joy, Bill

Box 85

Kahn, Alfred E.

Box 85

Kaldor, Lord

Box 85

Kaplan, Robert D.

Box 85

Kapuscinski, Ryszard

Box 85

Karp, Walter

Box 85

Katz, Jon

Box 85

Kaus, Mickey

Box 85

Kennan, George F.

Box 85

Kennedy, Paul

Box 85

Kerensky, Alexander Feodorovich

Box 85

Keynes, John Maynard

Box 85

Kinsley, Michael

Box 85

Klein, Joe

Box 85

Kotkin, Joel

Box 85

Kramlich, Richard

Box 85

Krauthammer, Charles

Box 85

Krieger, Murray

Box 85

Kristol, Irving

Box 85

Kuttner, Robert

Box 85

Laffer, Arthur

Box 85

Lamb, Brian

Box 85

Lasch, Christopher

Box 85

Lattimore, Owen

Box 85

Lazare, Daniel

Box 85

Lekachman, Robert

Box 85

Lemann, Nicholas

Box 85

Leontief, Wassily

Box 85

Lerner, Abba P.

Box 85

Levy, Leon

Box 85

Lewis, Anthony

Box 86

Lewis, Bernard

Box 86

Lewis, Flora

Box 86

Lind, Michael

Box 86

Lindbergh, Charles A.

Box 86

Lipset, Seymour Martin

Box 86

Loeb, Paul Rogart

Box 86

Lowenthal, Abraham F.

Box 86

Luttwak, Edward N.

Box 86

McCarthy, Eugene J.

Box 86

McIntyre, Robert S.

Box 86

McNamara, Robert S.

Box 86

Madrick, Jeff (Jeffrey Madrick)

Box 86

Malabre, Alfred L.

Box 86

Mann, Eric

Box 86

Margalit, Avishai

Box 86

Marin, Peter

Box 86

Mayer, Jane

Box 86

Mead, Walter Russell

Box 86

Merrill, Philip

Box 87

Michener, James A.

Box 87

Micklethwait, John

Box 87

Miles, Jack

Box 87

Miller, Arthur S.

Box 87

Miller, Matthew

Box 87

Minarik, Joseph J.

Box 87

Mishan, E. J.

Box 87

Modigliani, Franco

Box 87

Moffitt, Michael

Box 87

Morris, Charles R.

Box 87

Morris, Roger

Box 87

Moynihan, Daniel Patrick

Box 87

Murray, Charles

Box 87

Meyerson, Harold

Box 87

Nader, Ralph

Box 87

Nelson, Lars-Erik

Box 87

Nixon, Richard M.

Box 87

Noble, David

Box 87

Nove, Alec

Box 87

O'Connor, James

Box 87

O'Connor, Sandra Day

Box 87

Oglesby, Carl

Box 87

Ohmae, Kenichi

Box 87

Ottinger, Richard L.

Box 87

Palme, Olof

Box 87

Passell, Peter

Box 87

Pechman, Joseph A.

Box 87

Peterson, Peter G.

Box 87

Petras, James

Box 87

Petruno, Tom

Box 87

Pfaff, William

Box 87

Phillips, Kevin P.

Box 87

Piel, Gerard

Box 87

Piore, Michael J., and Charles F. Sabel

Box 87

Pipes, Richard

Box 87

Piven, Frances Fox, and Richard A. Cloward

Box 87

Podhoretz, Norman

Box 87

Prestowitz, Clyde V.

Box 87

Quandt, William B.

Box 87

Quindlen, Anna

Box 87

Reeves, Richard

Box 87

Reston, James

Box 87

Rieff, David

Box 87

Robinson, Joan

Box 87

Rodberg, Leonard S., and William K. Tabb

Box 87

Rohatyn, Felix

Box 87

Rothschild, Emma

Box 87

Rothstein, Richard

Box 88

Rouleau, Eric

Box 88

Ruggie, John Gerard

Box 88

Rutten, Tim

Box 88

Sachs, Jeffrey

Box 88

Safire, William

Box 88

Sagan, Carl

Box 88

Samuelson, Paul A.

Box 88

Samuelson, Robert J.

Box 88

Schmookler, Andrew Bard

Box 88

Schneider, William

Box 88

Schwarz, Benjamin

Box 88

Sciolino, Elaine

Box 88

Shafarman, Steve

Box 88

Sharansky, Nathan

Box 88

Silk, Leonard

Box 88

Singer, Daniel

Box 88

Smith, David

Box 88

Smith, Frank (Karl Rove)

Box 88

Solow, Robert M.

Box 88

Soros, George

Box 88

Sowell, Thomas

Box 88

Steel, Ronald

Box 88

Stern, Sol

Box 88

Stiglitz, Joseph

Box 88

Stockman, David A.

Box 88

Stone, I. F.

Box 88

Sullivan, Andrew

Box 88

Summers, Lawrence H.

Box 88

Szulc, Tad

Box 88

Talbott, Strobe

Box 88

Tarshis, Lorie

Box 88

Templeton, John

Box 88

Tobin, James

Box 88

Toffler, Alvin and Heidi

Box 88

Triffin, Robert

Box 88

Tsongas, Paul

Box 88

Tuchman, Barbara W.

Box 88

Tyson, Laura

Box 88

Uchitelle, Louis

Box 88

Urquhart, Brian

Box 88

Veblen, Thorstein

Box 88

Vogel, David

Box 88

Volcker, Paul

Box 88

Von Hayek, Friedrich August

Box 88

Von Hoffman, Nicholas

Box 89

Wachtel, Howard M.

Box 89

Wells, H. G.

Box 89

West, Cornel

Box 89

Wheelon, Albert D.

Box 89

Whitbeck, John V.

Box 89

Wicker, Thomas G.

Box 89

Wieseltier, Leon

Box 89

Wilentz, Sean

Box 89

Will, George F.

Box 89

Williams, William Appleman

Box 89

Wills, Garry

Box 89

Wilms, Wellford W.

Box 89

Wilson, James Q.

Box 89

Witten, Edward

Box 89

Wojnilower, Albert M.

Box 89

Wolf, Charles

Box 89

Wolf, Alan

Box 89

Wolin, Sheldon S.

Box 89

Wolman, William

Box 89

Woodward, Bob

Box 89

Wright, Claudia

Box 89

Wright, Robin

Box 89

Yergin, Daniel

Box 89

Zeitlin, Maurice

Box 89

Zevin, Robert B.

Box 89

Zysman, John

 

Major Economics / Economists ca. latter 1970s-mid 2000s

Additional Note

Alphabetical by surname. Includes correspondence (in/out) and related articles.
Box 90

Adams, Alice

Box 90

Adams, Walter

Box 90

American Prospect

Box 90

Avakian, Bob

Box 90

Baron, Alan

Box 90

Begelman, David

Box 90

Bellah, Ralph

Box 90

Botstein, Leon

Box 90

Carson, Ralph

Box 90

Casey, William Van Etten

Box 90

Cunningham, Elsie

Box 90

Drell, Sidney D.

Box 91

EPEA (Exploratory Project for Economic Alternatives)

Box 91

Faux, Jeff

Box 91

Galbraith, John Kenneth

Box 91

Galbraith, John Kenneth, and Richard Parker (biography of Galbraith)

Box 91

Gordon, David M.

Box 92

Gordon, David M. (cont.)

Box 92

Hart, Peter

Box 92

Karr, David

Box 92

Kaufman, Richard F.

Box 92

Kohlberg, Jerome Jr. (Founder) and Sol Price

Box 92

Kuttner, Robert

Box 92

Magdoff, Harry

Box 92

Nye, Joseph S., Jr.

Box 92

Olsen, David B.

Box 92

Ottinger, Richard L.

Box 92

Palevsky, Joan - philanthropist obituary

Box 92

Palevsky, Max

Box 92

Parker, Richard B.

Box 93

Parker, Richard B. (cont.)

Box 93

Price, Sol

Box 94

Reich, Robert B.

Box 94

Reich, Robert B., and David Pierpont Gardner

Box 94

Scitovsky, Tibor

Box 95

Shapiro, Sidney

Box 95

Shearer, Casey V.

Box 95

Shearer, Casey V., and Derek Shearer

Box 95

Shearer, Cody P.

Box 95

Shearer, Derek

Box 95

Shearer, Derek, and Ruth Goldway (wife of Shearer)

Box 95

Shearer, Derek, and Julie Yannatta (daughter of Ruth Goldway Shearer)

Box 95

Stanford University

Box 95

Stiglitz, Joseph

 

Series VII:  Greece - Papandreou

Additional Note

(Andreas - Prime Minister, 1981-1989, 1993-1996). SKS was a longtime friend of Andreas Papandreou and helped arrange his release from arrest, on trumped up charges, by the Greek junta during a military coup in 1967. Arranged alphabetically, by title of folder. 13 cartons.
 

General

Additional Note

Primarily newspapers, clippings, reports, some correspondence relating to Greece but not filed in other specific folders pertaining to Greek issues, organizations and individuals. Arranged by year.
Box 96

1966-1981

Box 97

1982-2004

 

Alphabetical

Additional Note

Includes articles, correspondence (in/out), reports, and other.
Box 98

Aegean - NATO

Box 98

Agent Registration

Box 98

Albania

Box 98

American Hellenic Alliance

Box 98

Amnesty International

Box 98

Anagnos, Aris

Box 98

Anastaplo, George

Box 98

Anastasi, Paul (aka Paul Anastasiades)

Box 98

Andreas G. Papandreou Foundation

Box 98

Arafat, Yasir

Box 98

Arsenis, Gerasimo D.

Box 98

Ashford, Nick

Box 98

Athens Airport

Box 98

Athens Economic Conference, June 1983

Box 98

Athens Group - Richard Parker, June 1983

Box 98

Austria

Box 98

Biddle Committee (Francis Biddle)

Box 98

Boudin, Leonard B.

Box 98

Brenner, Bob

Box 98

Brinkley, David

Box 98

Burns, Nicholas

Box 98

Cambridge Foundation for Peace, Oct. 3, 2000

Box 98

Camre, Mogens

Box 99

Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC)

Box 99

Caramanlis, Constantine

Box 99

Castellina, Luciana

Box 99

CIA - Greek Coup

Box 99

Clones, Julia Panourgia

 

Correspondence

Box 99

1967-1968

Box 99

1970-1971

Box 99

1974-1976

Box 99

1984

Box 99

1995

Box 99

2000

Box 99

2002

Box 99

Cyprus

Box 99

Delhi Declaration

Box 99

Demetracopoulos, Elias P.

Box 99

Deposition

Box 99

Diakogiannis, Kyriakos

Box 99

Dimitras, Panayote E.

Box 99

Documents

Box 99

Draenos, Spyros

Box 99

Dratch, Howard B.

Box 99

Dunlop, Nicholas

Box 99

EEC (European Economic Community)

Box 99

Eminent Persons

Box 99

E.T.B.A. (Hellenic Industrial Development Bank)

Box 99

Europe Socialists

Box 99

Fenton, David S. (David Fenton Communications, Inc.)

Box 100

Fenton, David S. (David Fenton Communications, Inc.) Greece

Box 100

Five Continent Peace Initiative

Box 100

Foreign Press

Box 100

Fulbright, J. W.

Box 100

Gage, Nicholas

Box 100

Gardels, Nathan

Box 100

Greece - General

Box 100

Greece - A Profile (International Studies Association, Press Office)

Box 100

Greece Arrests, Jan. 1, 1971

Box 100

Greece Committees

Box 100

Greece Economy

Box 100

Greece Expenses

Box 100

Greece Lobby

Box 100

Greece Policy, 1983

Box 100

Greece ( Ramparts early versions)

Box 100

Greece / U.S.

Box 100

Greek American Committees

Box 100

Greek Correspondence - Current (1967-1968)

Box 101

Greek Economic Planning

Box 101

Greek Election, Oct. 18, 1981

Box 101

Greek Lobby

Box 101

Greek Relief Committee

Box 101

Greek Seminar, Oct. 23-27, 1961

Box 101

Greek Struggle

Box 101

Greeks - Serbia

Box 101

Grimsson, Olafur Ragnar

Box 101

Hallaq, George

Box 101

Halperin, M. - Greece

Box 101

Harlambopolous, Aga - BWS (Betty Sheinbaum) tapes [interviews], Aug. 1974

Box 101

Hickman, Harrison

Box 101

Hitchens, Christopher

Box 101

Hoffman, David

Box 101

Iliopoulou, Maria

Box 101

International Conference on Stagnation in the West: The Challenge for Democratic Planning

Box 101

Israel - Athens, Apr. 4, 1994

Box 101

Ixtapa, Mexico, Aug. 27, 1986

Box 101

Jews in Greece

Box 101

Kaltsas, Harvey - Michael McClintock

Box 101

Kamm, Henry

Box 101

Kan, Yue-Sai

Box 102

Kanter, Mickey / Northrop Corporation

Box 102

Kapuscinski, Ryszard

Box 102

Katris, John A.

Box 102

Katsanevas, Sofia Papandreou

Box 102

Katsanevas, Thodoros

Box 102

Keeley, Robert V.

Box 102

Kennedy, Edward M. (Sen.)

Box 102

Kerem, Yitzhak

Box 102

Kevlar

Box 102

Klamon, William R. - NSA - Greece (United States National Student Association)

Box 102

Koch, Edward I. (Mayor)

Box 102

Kosovo - MP (Margarita Papandreou)

Box 102

Kotzamani, Marina - Arts - Columbia University

Box 102

Kulukundis

Box 102

KYP - Intelligence

Box 102

L.A. Times

Box 102

Lefeber, Louis

Box 102

Lianis, George

Box 102

Lianis - Heller

Box 102

Libya

Box 102

Lipset, Harold K.

Box 102

Louka Conference (Louka Katseli)

Box 102

Macedonia

Box 102

Moratorium / Mikhail S. Gorbachev

Box 102

Mungen, Donna

Box 102

Niles, Tom

Box 102

Notebooks

Box 102

Nuclear Free Zone

Box 102

Obsolete Greece

Box 102

Pagonas, Anthony N.

Box 102

PAK (Panhellenic Liberation Movement) - Andreas G. Papandreou (President, National Council), ca. 1968-1972

Box 102

Panagoulis, Alexandros

Box 102

Papadopoulos, George

 

Papandreou, Andreas G. (AP)

 

General

Box 103

1967-1968

Box 103

1971-1974

Box 103

1982-1983

Box 103

1986-1988

Box 103

1991

Box 103

1992-1999

Box 103

Andreas Papandreou Foundation

Box 103

Andreas Papandreou Institute

Box 103

Articles (Papandreou)

Box 103

Athens, Aug. 1974

Box 103

Boudin, Leonard

Box 103

Case Regarding High Treason

Box 103

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) - Apr. 5, 1968 Staff Meeting

Box 103

Clinton, Bill (President) / Skopje (Macedonia)

 

Correspondence

Box 103

1967-1970

Box 103

1974-1979

Box 103

1982

Box 103

1985

Box 103

1990-1992

Box 104

1993-1997

Box 104

Draenos, Stan

Box 104

Five Continents Peace and Disarmament Initiative, 1987

Box 104

Foreign Agents Registration

Box 104

Funeral - (SKS) Stanley K. Sheinbaum remarks

Box 104

Funeral - Speech

Box 104

Gardels, Nathan

Box 104

House

Box 104

KGB

Box 104

LA Visit - Apr. 4, 1967 (Greeks)

Box 104

Memorial, June 1997

Box 104

Policy, 1982

Box 104

Ramparts

Box 104

Santa Barbara Visit (news clips post-SB visit)

Box 104

Santa Barbara Visit, 1968

Box 104

Scandal

Box 104

Scheer, Bob

Box 104

2nd (second) mortgage

Box 104

Speeches

Box 104

Statements, Sept. 3, 1974

Box 104

Theory of the Firm, 1952 (Survey of Contemporary Economics)

Box 105

Trial

Box 105

World Jewish Congress

Box 105

Writings

Box 105

Papandreou, Dimitra Liani

Box 105

Papandreou, George A. (GP)

Box 105

Papandreou, George - East West Institute

Box 105

Papandreou, George - Reception, 2000

Box 105

Papandreou, Maggie (also, Margaret or Margarita - wife of AP) (MP)

 

General

Box 105

ca. 1981-1984

Box 105

Feb. 13-17, 1982

Box 105

1983 (L.A.)

Box 106

1985-1989

Box 106

1990-1993

Box 106

1998-1999

Box 106

2000-2001

Box 106

Clinton, Hillary (First Lady)

Box 106

Crete

Box 106

Film

Box 106

Kosovo

Box 106

Ladikos, Costas - Liana Kanelli

Box 106

Nightmare in Athens

Box 106

Post (after) AP - MiMi

Box 106

Script - "The Radicalization of Catherine"

Box 106

Testimony

Box 106

W.M.S. II (Women for Mutual Security)

Box 106

Papandreou, Nick (Nicholas) (NP)

Box 107

Papoulias, Carolos (Karolos)

Box 107

Papoulias, George D.

Box 107

Parliamentarians Global Action

Box 107

PASOK (Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) Party) - meeting, Oct. 13, 1984

Box 107

Paykou, Arthur J.

Box 107

Peace Mission

Box 107

Peloponnisios, Xenophon

Box 107

Petras, Jim

Box 107

Pisar, Sam

Box 107

Poland

Box 107

Polk, George

Box 107

Puett, Calle

Box 107

Radio Station

Box 107

Ramparts

Box 107

Ray, Ellen

Box 107

Rondos, Alex

Box 107

Rouleau, Eric

Box 107

Rousseas, Stephen

Box 107

Scanlon, John

Box 107

Schori, Pierre

Box 107

Scripts

Box 107

Seegers

Box 107

Simitis, Costas

Box 107

Six Nations Dinner, June 1988

Box 107

Stockholm, Jan. 20-22, 1988

Box 107

Stone, Marc - letter (indictment analysis)

Box 107

Swartz, Jacqueline

Box 107

Terrorism

Box 108

Tritsis, Antonis

Box 108

Tsatsos, George

Box 108

Turkey

Box 108

Vachliotis, Andreas A.

Box 108

Vassilakis, Adamantios (Dimis)

Box 108

Wiesner - International Arms Verification and Study Center

Box 108

Wilkinson, Robert C. / Tritsas

Box 108

Women for a Meaningful Summit

Box 108

Xenos, Nick

Box 108

Xifaras, Michael (aka Apostolefs Michail Xifaras)

 

Series VIII:  Israel and Jews ca. 1980s-latter 2000s

Additional Note

Articles, correspondence, reports, and other material re Israeli and American Jewish leaders, organizations, and issues, arranged alphabetically. 16 cartons.
Box 109

Abraham, Daniel S.

Box 109

Accord Docs

Box 109

AFSC (American Friends Service Committee)

Box 109

Aharanot, Yediiot - responses

Box 109

Aharoni, Julie

Box 109

AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee)

Box 109

"Allon-plus plan" - BiBi

Box 109

Aloni, Shulamit

Box 109

American Friends of Tel Aviv University

Box 109

American Jewish Committee (AJC)

Box 109

American Jewish Congress

Box 110

American Jewish Congress - Cairo / Israel, Jan. 1988

Box 110

American Jewish Congress - Geller

Box 110

American Jewish World Service (AJWS)

Box 110

American Jews

Box 110

Anti-Israel Members of Congress

Box 110

Anti-Semitism

Box 110

APN (Americans for Peace Now) - Sten Andersson

Box 110

Arabs / Jews

Box 110

Arad, Ron

Box 110

Arrow

Box 110

Avnery, Uri

Box 110

Barak, Ehud

Box 110

Baruch Link

Box 110

Baskin, Gershon

Box 110

Baum, Phil

Box 110

Beerman, Leonard I. (Rabbi)

Box 111

Beilin, Yossi

Box 111

Ben-Ami, Shlomo

Box 111

Ben-Eliezer, Benjamin

Box 111

Ben Ze'ev, Yoram

Box 111

Bennett, George F. - Rabbi Marc H. Tannenbaum Foundation, Inc.

Box 111

Benton, Marjorie - The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute

Box 111

Berger, Samuel

Box 111

Bijou, Leon J.

Box 111

Billionaires - meeting with prominent Jewish business leaders

Box 111

Bin Laden, Osama

Box 111

Biondi, Anne

Box 111

Black/Jewish, Rev. James Lawson, Mark Ridley-Thomas

Box 111

Bojarsky, Donna / Rosalind Wyman

Box 111

Braverman, Avishay

Box 111

Brenner, Gary - Avshalom Vilan (MAPAM MERETZ)

Box 111

Bronfman, Edgar, Jr.

Box 111

B'Tselem

Box 111

Bubis, Gerald

Box 111

Bucher, Glenn R. - GTU (Graduate Theological Union)

Box 111

Cairo Signing, May 1994

Box 111

Calemine, Larry

Box 111

Camp David

Box 111

Carmon, Arye

Box 111

Cedar, Joseph / Vered Kellner

Box 111

Cedars Sinai, L.A.

Box 111

Cohen, Sheldon S.

Box 111

Consulate General of Israel

Box 111

Conversion

Box 112

Dean, John W.

Box 112

Dekro, Jeffrey, Mar. 2, 1993

Box 112

Dershowitz, Alan M.

Box 112

Derwin, Susan

Box 112

DeWitt Clinton High School

Box 112

Diaspora

Box 112

Djerejian, Edward P.

Box 112

Dole, Robert (Senator)

Box 112

Dratch, Howard

Box 112

Durban, South Africa

Box 112

Eban, Abba

Box 112

"Economic Development in Judea-Samaria and the Gaza District," Bank of Israel

Box 112

Eid, Bassam

Box 112

Einstein, Albert

Box 112

Elon, Amos, and Danae Elon

Box 112

Elon, Danae

Box 112

Emerson, Steve

Box 112

Emigres

Box 113

Ethiopian Jews

Box 113

Evron, Ephraim

Box 113

Factor, Max, III - Harvard University

Box 113

Feldman, Shai

Box 113

Field, Irwin S.

Box 113

Fields, Harvey J. (Rabbi)

Box 113

Fisk, Robert

Box 113

Fleishman, Norman

Box 113

Fortgang, Tamar - L.A. theatre

Box 113

Foundation for Middle East Peace

Box 113

Foxman, Abraham H.

Box 113

Freehling, Allen I. (Rabbi)

Box 113

Friedman, Howard

Box 113

Friends of Israel Committee

Box 113

Furst, Zev

Box 113

Gaza - West Bank, 1988

Box 113

Gazit, Shlomo

Box 113

Geller, Laura (Rabbi)

Box 113

Gevirtz, Don

Box 113

Ghilan, Maxim

Box 113

Gillon, Carmi

Box 113

Gilman, Neil K.

Box 113

Givat Haviva

Box 113

Glazer, Guilford

Box 113

Golan - incl. Golan borders

Box 114

Golan, Galia

Box 114

Gold, Dore

Box 114

Golda Meir Association

Box 114

Goldberg, Jacob

Box 114

Goldrich, Jona - American Friends of Tel Aviv University

Box 114

Gorman, Natalie Bodanya

Box 114

Grossman, David

Box 114

GTU (Graduate Theological Union)

Box 114

Gubser, Peter - ANERA (American Near East Refugee Aid)

Box 114

Gvul, Yesh

Box 114

Haass, Richard N.

Box 114

Haifa University

Box 114

Haikal, Mohammad Hassanein on Assad

Box 114

Halevi, Yossi Klein

Box 114

Harari, Haim / Tikkun

Box 114

Harel, Yehuda

Box 114

Hasidim

Box 114

HBO (Michael Fuchs, Chairman) - copy of letter from Yasir Arafat

Box 114

Hebron Signing

Box 114

Heffner, Richard

Box 114

Heller, Mark A.

Box 115

Helmick, Raymond G.

Box 115

Hertzberg, Arthur, Rabbi

Box 115

Herzog, Chaim

Box 115

Hier, Marvin, Rabbi

Box 115

Hirsch, Seev / Ora Setter - Arab and Jewish mix

Box 115

History

Box 115

Hjertonsson, Ulf - PLO Basics

Box 115

Holocaust

Box 115

Holocaust Museum

Box 115

Honest Broker

Box 115

Indyk, Martin

Box 115

Institute for Jewish & Community Research

Box 115

Intifada 89

 

Israel - General

Box 115

1990

Box 115

1992

Box 116

Israel Aid

Box 116

Israel Arms

Box 116

Israel Bomb

Box 116

Israel Concert

Box 116

Israel Diaspora

Box 116

Israel Domestic

Box 116

Israel Economy

Box 116

Israel 50th Anniversary - New York Times - Los Angeles Times

Box 116

Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind

Box 116

Israel Horizons

Box 116

Israel Lobby

Box 116

Israel Map

Box 116

Israel Military

Box 116

Israel / Palestine

Box 116

Israel Policy Forum (IPF)

Box 116

Israel Religious Action Center

Box 116

Israel 76/77

Box 116

Israel Syria

Box 116

Israel Turkey

Box 116

Israel / U.S. Religious Right

Box 116

Israel Women's Network

Box 116

Israel - Miscellany

Box 116

Israeli Artists for Peace

Box 116

Israeli Laws

Box 116

Israeli / Palestinian Peace Commitment '97

Box 116

Israeli POWs

Box 116

Israeli Prisoners

Box 116

Israelis - BiBi (Netanyahu)

Box 116

Jacobs, Rick

Box 116

Jacobs, Steven B. (Rabbi) / Rabbi Sharon Brous

Box 116

Jacoby, Jonathan

Box 116

Jewish Defense League (JDL)

Box 116

Jewish National Fund

Box 116

Jewish Peace Lobby (JPL)

Box 117

Jews in Central America

Box 117

Jews in Spain

Box 117

Jews - Polls

Box 117

Jews vs. Jews

Box 117

Jewish Voice for Peace / Cecilie Surasky

Box 117

Kagan, Ben

Box 117

Karny, Yo'av

Box 117

Kass, Drora

Box 117

[Kennedy School] John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University - Palestinian Authority (Andrew Parasiliti)

Box 117

Keynan, Rosanne

Box 117

Khalef, Samir Judeh

Box 117

Kimche, David

Box 117

Kroeker, Mark

Box 117

Kurtzer, Daniel

Box 117

Kuttab, Daoud

Box 117

Lantos, Tom - Levine

Box 117

L.A. Youth - Blacks Jews

Box 117

Lauder, Ronald

Box 117

Leeuwen, Marianne van

Box 117

Lerner, Michael

Box 117

Lev, Yehuda

Box 117

Levine, Mel

Box 117

Lichtenstein, Gene

Box 117

Lifton, Robert K.

Box 117

Lillihammer Conference, July 13-17, 1998

Box 117

Livni, Tzipi

Box 117

Los Angeles Times - Op Eds

Box 117

Lovik - Conference, Sweden, 1990

Box 117

Lustiger, Jean-Marie (Cardinal) - Paris

Box 118

Malley, Robert

Box 118

MAPAM (United Workers Party of Israel - Managua (Nicaragua)

Box 118

MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger

Box 118

MERETZ USA: for Israeli Civil Rights and Peace

Box 118

Meyer, Marshall (Rabbi)

Box 118

Middle East Career Women's Forum

Box 118

Middle East Childrens Alliance

Box 118

MidEast 2nd / 1975

Box 118

MidEast Econ.

Box 118

Milken, Michael - incl. Milken Institute

Box 118

Miscellaneous - U.S. Arab / Jewish Organizations

Box 118

Mitzna, Amran

Box 118

Moment Magazine

Box 118

Morrison, Bruce - Soviet Jewish Emigres

Box 118

Mort, Jo-Ann

Box 118

Moskovitz, Irving

Box 118

Mozes, Michal

Box 119

NARAL (National Abortion Rights Actions League)

Box 119

Nathan, Abie

Box 119

NatPAC (The National PAC/AIPAC)

Box 119

Nazzal, Nafez Yousef

Box 119

Negatives

Box 119

Nelson, Bob

Box 119

Netanyahu, Benjamin (BiBi)

Box 119

Neusner, Jacob

Box 119

Neve Shalom Arab - Jewish Cooperative Settlement and School for Peace

Box 119

New Israel Fund

Box 119

New Outlook

Box 119

New York Times - "Open Letter from American Jews," July 17, 2002

Box 119

[Nishma] - Project Nishma

Box 120

Olmert, Ehud

Box 120

Orr, Ori

Box 120

Oz, Amos

Box 120

Palestinian Investment

Box 120

Palme, Susanne

Box 120

PAX World Foundation

Box 120

Peace Pulse

Box 120

Pepper, Bill

Box 120

Peres, Shimon

Box 120

Pogrebin, Letty Cottin

Box 120

Poles - Jewish

Box 120

Pollard, Jonathan

Box 120

P.L.O. (The Palestine Liberation Organization)

Box 120

Price, Robert

Box 120

Rabbis for Human Rights

Box 120

Rabie, Mohamed

Box 120

Rabin, Dalia

Box 120

Rabin

Box 120

Ramer, Bruce M.

Box 121

Ramer, Bruce M. (cont.)

Box 121

RATZ-CRM - Civil Rights & Peace Movement

Box 121

Regas, George, and Leonard I. Beerman

Box 121

Reiner, Rob, and Michele Singer Reiner

Box 121

Reinhardt, Stephen

Box 121

Remnick, Dave / BiBi (Benjamin Netanyahu)

Box 121

Right Wing Israel

Box 121

Rigler, David

Box 121

Rose, Charlie - Middle East

Box 121

Ross, Dennis B.

Box 121

Ross, Gina

Box 121

Rotem, Yuval

Box 121

Rozenkier, Avraham

Box 121

Rozet, Bruce A.

Box 121

Rubin, Miles L.

Box 121

Rubin, Robert

Box 121

Ruby, Walter, Feb. 16, 1988

Box 121

Saban, Haim

Box 121

Sadat Peace Foundation, Inc.

Box 121

Said, Edward

Box 121

Salk, Jonas

Box 121

Sandberg, Neil C. - Pacific Rim

Box 121

Sanders, Edward

Box 121

Saperstein, David

Box 121

Savir, Uri

Box 121

Schenker, Hillel

Box 121

Schmemann, Serge - BiBi, NYT, Nov. 23, 1997

Box 121

Schneier, Marc (Rabbi)

Box 122

Schori, Pierre

Box 122

Schultz, George

Box 122

Schulweis, Harold, Rabbi

Box 122

Security

Box 122

Seeds of Peace

Box 122

Sephardim

Box 122

Settlements

Box 122

Shaath, Nabeel and Gary Tobin

Box 122

Shamir, Yitzhak

Box 122

Shapiro, Adam

Box 122

Sharon, Ariel

Box 122

Shoah Foundation

Box 122

Shoah - Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation / Ahavia Scheindlin

Box 122

Siegman, Henry

Box 122

Slifka, Alan B. - Abraham Fund

Box 122

Sneh, Ephraim (Brig. General)

Box 122

Socialist International Cairo, May 1990

Box 122

Solingen, Etel

Box 122

Sontag, Deborah - NYT

Box 122

Special Envoy

Box 122

Spiegel, Steven

Box 123

Spiegel, Steven

Box 123

Stark, Inge - Agribusiness

Box 123

Steinberg, Gerald M.

Box 123

Sten - Middle East Peace Process

Box 123

Sterling, Howard

Box 123

Stockholm, 1990

Box 123

Stockholm, 1992

Box 123

Stratfor

Box 123

Tabankin, Marge

Box 123

Tell Your Children...

Box 123

Temple Mount

Box 123

Terror

Box 123

Tikkun: A Bimonthly Jewish Critique of Politics, Culture & Society

Box 123

Timerman, Jacobo

Box 123

Tobin, Gary

Box 124

Tobin, Gary (cont.)

Box 124

"Torn Apart"

Box 124

U.J.A. (United Jewish Appeal) - Federation of New York

Box 124

Union for Reform Judaism

Box 124

USC - Institute for the Study of Jews in American Life

Box 124

Usen, Skip

Box 124

U.S. Jews - Polls

Box 124

U.S. Jews vs. Begin (Prime Minister Menachem Begin)

Box 124

U.S. Policy, 1989

Box 124

Vanunu, Mordechai

Box 124

Via Dolorosa

Box 124

Walden, Richard, and Mark A. Bruzonsky

Box 124

Wallach, John / Yassir Arafat

Box 124

Wallach, John - Shultz

Box 124

Waskow, Arthur

Box 124

Weinberg, Barbi

Box 124

Weizman, Ezer

Box 124

Wexler, Gary

Box 124

Wiesel, Elie

Box 124

Withhold U.S. Aid

Box 124

Workmen's Circle

Box 124

World Jewish Congress

Box 124

Yaari, Ehud

Box 124

Yago, Glenn

Box 124

Yariv, Aharon (Major General)

Box 124

Yekutieli, Ornan

Box 124

Young, Ronald J.

Box 124

Yunus, Muhammad

Box 124

Zien, Burt

Box 124

Zionism Is Racism

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Zionist Organization of America

 

Series IX:  Issues

Additional Note

Mainly things SKS was involved in and/or supported. Includes files for individuals, groups, organizations, causes, movements, projects, and related.
 

General ca. 1970-2008

Additional Note

Usually one or two folders for each. 23 cartons.
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Abraham Lincoln Brigade

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Accuracy in Media

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ADA (Americans for Democratic Action, Inc.)

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Adams, Gordon

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[Adenauer] - Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Foundation and Wolfgang Pordzik

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ADL (Anti-Defamation League)

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Affirmative Action

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Africa Research Group

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AID (Agency for International Development) - U.S. Department of State, Robert C. Ruben

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Air Waves

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Albert, Eddie

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Alter, Judith B. - 2005 election

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American Academy of Dramatic Arts West

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Americans for Peace Now

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Amgen, Inc.

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Anderson, Steve

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Annan, Kofi

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Anti-Communism

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Anti-Semitism

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Anti-Trust

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[Arab Jew Economic Development] - The Center for Jewish-Arab Economic Development

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Arbatov, Georgi A.

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Asian Economies

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ASNE (American Society of Newspaper Editors)

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Asner, Ed, and Vanessa Redgrave

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Augerson, Elisabeth R., and Philip H.

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Ayalon, Ami

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Azzam, Nabil

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Bahai

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Banks, Dennis

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Barbra Streisand Foundation [see also: Streisand Foundation]

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Bay Area Institute

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BENS (Business Executives for National Security) - Stanley A. Weiss, Chairman

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Berenson, Lori

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Bergthold, Lara

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Bernard Rappaport Foundation

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Big Business Day, Apr. 17, 1980

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Bizot, Judithe

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Black Panther Party

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Black Panthers (Huey Newton)

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Blake, Sondra

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Bosch, Roselyne

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Bosnia

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Brennan Center for Justice, NYU School of Law

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Briehl, Walter

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Brown, Kathleen

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Burchett, Wilfred

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Burkett, Heather (Booth)

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Cable TV

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California Tax Reform Association (CTRA)

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Californians against Political Corruption

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CALPIRG (California Public Interest Research Group)

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Campaign for America's Future

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Campaign for Economic Democracy

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Campbell, Tom - Santa Barbara oil

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Carter, Arthur

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C.D.I. (Center for Defense Information)

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Center for Political Reform

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Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

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Children's Defense Fund

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Christic Institute

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CIA (Central Intelligence Agency)

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Citizen Action

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Citizens against Phony Initiatives

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Citizens for Tax Justice (CTJ)

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Citizens for Tax Justice (CTJ) - cont.

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Citizens Leadership Foundation

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Citizens Transition Project

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CLUE (Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice)

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The Committee for National Security - Barnet/Benton

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Committee for Public Justice

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Constantopolou, Photini

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Constitutional Rights Foundation (CRF)

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Cory, Lisa

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Council on Economic Priorities

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Council on Foreign Relations - General and Abraham F. Lowenthal (Drug Control)

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Counter-Terrorism

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Cowan, Geoffrey (Dean, Annenberg School for Communication, USC) - incl. General, Aileen Cowan, Cowan Commission, Cowan Trust, FCC, and TV Pilots

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Cowan (cont.)

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Cranston, Alan, and Tad Daley

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Crossroads School

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Cuomo, Mario M., and Andrew M. Cuomo

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Current Wisdom

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Dalai Lama

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Daley, Tad

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Dallek, Robert

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Dallenbach, Em

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Death Penalty Focus

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De la Madrid, Miguel (President of Mexico) - Hollywood Women's Coalition event entitled "Imagine There's a Future," 40th anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings

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Debay, Regis

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DeLay, Tom

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De Maigret, Pamela

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Democratic Socialists of America

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Demos: A Network for Ideas and Action - Stephen Heintz

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Diebold - E. Katz

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Diller, Barry

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Disney Music Hall - Mrs. Norman Chandler (President of The Music Center, Inc.) and Frank Gehry (architect)

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Dispatch, 1971

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Dollarization

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Dotson, David

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Drug Policy Alliance

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Drug Policy Foundation

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Drugs

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Dugger, Ronnie - Alliance for Democracy

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Dugger, Ronnie, and Ken Reiner

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Dunlop, Nick

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Duttons (Leslie C. and Doug) - Full Disclosure Network; closing of Dutton's Brentwood Bookstore

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Economic Policy Institute

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Eliav, Eyal

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Elon, Danae

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Elster, Ernestine and Stanley, 1995

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Environment - General

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Environmental Media Association (EMA)

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EPEA (Exploratory Project for Economic Alternatives) TV

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Ethikon Valley (The Ethikon Institute)

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Evolution Group - Judd Nelson

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FAIR (Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting)

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Fairtree Foundation

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Faludi, Susan

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Fanton, Jonathan F.

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Feldman, Linda

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Ferry, W.H. (Ping)

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Fleishman, Norman

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FoodFirst

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Ford, Dan

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Forum West

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Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights

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Frankenthal, Yitzhak

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Free Press Action Fund

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Freedom Summer

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Frumkin, Sherry - Bernie Sanders for Congress campaign, 1996

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Full Disclosure Network - Leslie Dutton

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Future Fund - Frank Smith

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Ganz, Marshall

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Garcia Márquez, Gabriel

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Gardels, Nathan

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Garner, James, and Lois Garner

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Garrett, Lila - ADA

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Gehry, Frank

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Gerard, Tom, and Rick Paddock

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Gergen, David

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Gleason, Michie

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Global Warming

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Goldberg, Danny

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Goldberger, Marvin (Murph)

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Goodfellow, Bill

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Goldway, Ruth

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Gorbachev, Mikhail, and Alan Cranston

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Gordon, Gigi

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Gorney, Rod (2004 Election)

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Gottlieb, Gerald H.

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Gravel, Mike

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Green, Mark

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Grossman, Andy

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Gun Control

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Hack, Nadine B.

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[Halperin] - Morton H. and Ina Halperin v. Henry Kissinger, et al.

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Halperin, Mort - Think Tank (American Majority Institute)

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Harari, Haim

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Harkabi, Yehoshafat

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Harlem - 123rd Street

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Harman, Jane - Mark Kroeker and other

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Harris, Laurie

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Harry Bridges Project

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Hartley, Ted

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Hathout, Maher

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Hayes-Raitt, Kelly

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Healey, Dorothy

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Hellman, Lillian

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Hesseman, Howard - Paris

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Higgins - letters from a male dog named Higgins (aka Peggy Chantler Dick), along with copy of related letter to Barbra Streisand, including news about his involvement in Middle East affairs

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Hirsch, DiDi

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Hollywood Policy Center (HPC)

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Hollywood Women's Political Committee

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Holy Sounds Foundation

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Horowitz, David

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Howard, Ed

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Howe, Irving

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Howe, Irving (cont.)

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Huerta, Dolores - United Farm Workers

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Huffington, Arianna

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Hughes, Kate

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Human Serve

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Humanitarian Law Project - Abe Chayes

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Hume, Ellen (Executive Director, Joan Shorenstein Barone Center on the Press)

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Hunter, David R.

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Hunter Jane - Publisher of Israeli Foreign Affairs, an independent monthly research report on Israel's diplomatic and military activities world wide

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IAF (Industrial Areas Foundation)

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IMF (International Monetary Fund) Bailout

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Infact

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INFORM

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Inkwell

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Institute for Democratic Socialism

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Institute of Politics

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Insurance - California insurance initiatives

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Interaction Council

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Interfaith Alliance

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Interlink Press Service

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In These Times

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Iraq Defections, 1995

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IRS Rulings

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Israel Arms

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Janklow, Mort

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Jingsheng, Wei

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Jobs with Peace

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John Birch Society

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John Burton Foundation for Children without Homes

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Josephson Institute - Ethics

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Kabbara, J. M.

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Kagan, Benjamin

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Kagan, Benjamin, and Talcor

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Kakoseos, Nitza

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Kaplan, Melya

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Kazan, Elia

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Kennedy, Rory

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Kettmann, Steve

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Kipnes, Irv

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Kitchell Films

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Kopin, Paul

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KPFK 90.7 FM

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Krim, Arthur B.

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Kroc (Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice)

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Krommer, Pat

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Kurds

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KVST - TV

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KVST - TV (cont.)

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Kwitny, Jonathan - The Kwitny Report

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L.A. Observer

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L.A. Theatre Works

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Lame, Michael - Mideast Foundation

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Landau, Saul

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Landreth, Ted

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Lapin, Judy

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LaRouche, Lyndon H., Jr. - mostly correspondence, articles and press releases from James Duree, Jr. ( Executive Intelligence Review and LaRouche in 2004)

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Lawyers' Guild - Grand Jury

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Leakey, Richard

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Lear, Norman / Debates

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Lens, Sidney

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Levine, Emily

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Lewis, Charles - Public Integrity

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Liberty Hill

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Lichtman, Richard

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Lin, Paul T. K.

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Lincoln, James F. (Jeff)

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Lindesmith Center - Ethan A. Nadelmann

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Living Wage - K. Dreyfuss

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Loeb, Paul Rogat

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Lommel, Cookie

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Los Angeles Salary Authority

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Los Angeles Times

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Low Power TV

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Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, 1988

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Lyne, Susan

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Ma Bell / ATT

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MacArthur Foundation

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Macy, Eliot

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Mahle, Melissa

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Mains, Lauren - Rorer Studies

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Mancini Institute

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Mandela, Nelson

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Mangalwadi, Vishal

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Manley, Michael - Jamaica

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Mansfield, Maureen and Mike (Mansfield Foundation) / Francis L. Dale

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Maps - Consolidated Map of the West Bank

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Marcum, Ed

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Marcus, Sol

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Marin, Peter

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Marina Del Ray

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Markoff, Steve

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Marks, David

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Marks, Suzie

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Massey, Jeanne Hilles

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Masur, Richard and Fredda Weiss

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Matsumura, Akio

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Mattison, Lindsay

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Mazel, Bernard - Kent State Killings

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McCarthy, Eugene

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McGill Middle East Program in Civil Society and Peace Building

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McKeithan, Deborah C.

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Mearsheimer, John J., and Stephen M. Walt

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Media Bias

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Media & Values [Elizabeth Thoman]

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Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute

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Melnick, Daniel

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Meriwether, John W.

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Meyerson, Harold

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Meynet, Maryanne - Environment

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Mexican American Legal Defense Education Fund (MALDEF)

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Middle East

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Midwest Academy

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Miller, Jody

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Miller, Mark Crispin

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Mimieux, Yvette, Peter and Kim Tomsen

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Minsky, Hyman

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Mischel, Florence

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Mitchell Report

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Mizrahi, Harry

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Moffitt, Michael

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Moguls

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Montage

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Moore, Michael

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Morales, Esai - AIDS

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Morgan, Alison

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Moritsugu, Kenneth

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Mormons

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Morocco

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Mossberg, Mathias

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Mother Jones

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Mott, Stewart Rawlings

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MoveOn - Bill 2

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Moyers, Bill

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M.S.U. (Michigan State University)

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Mufti, Mahmoud I

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Muldavin, Joshua

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Mulrennan, Jeff

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Murdoch, Rupert

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Music Bridges

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Muslims

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Naiditch, Hannah

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National Committee Against Repressive Legislation (NCARL)

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National Voting Rights Institute

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NATO at 50

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de Necochea, Fernando

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Nehring, Cristina

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Network

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Network for American Renewal

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Neuwirth, Rachel

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New America Foundation

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New Dimensions

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New Economy

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New Populist Forum

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New York Review of Books

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New York Times / BWS

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New Yorker

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Newton, Huey

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Nuclear Cooperation - US / India

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Nuclear Weapons

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Occidental College

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O'Connor, Kathleen

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Office of the Americas

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Oil

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Olney, Warren

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Olson, Kaitlyn

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One Bank Holding

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Open Mind / Heffner, Richard

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Orbach, Raymond L. - UCR

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O'Reilly, Tom

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Ornstein, Robert M.

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Orr, Greg

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Overton, Kate

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Pacific Council on International Policy

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Pacifica Foundation

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PACT (Positive Alternative Choices Today) - William R. Ewald

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Palau Pacific Media Project

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Palca, Alfred

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Paprin, Maurice

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Parker, David

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Parker, Richard

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Peck, Gregory - Library Foundation of Los Angeles

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Pell, Eve

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Pension Funds

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Peres, Shimon, and Dorothy Harman

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Peretz, Martin - New Republic

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Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR)

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Pilpel, Harriet

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Place, Vanessa

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Plekhanov, Sergey

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Police / FBI

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Polier, Marcie

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Pollack, Sydney

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Posner, Michael

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Post 9-11

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Powell, Colin

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Pritikin, Nathan

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Prognosis

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The Progressive

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Proposition 187

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Proteus Fund

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Public Affairs Conference Center (Kenyon College)

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Public Citizen

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Public Counsel

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Rainbow Push

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Rajiv Gandhi Foundation

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Ramer, Bruce

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Raskin, Marcus

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Rebuilding America

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Reeve, Nancy

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Reid, Stanley

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Reiner, Ken

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Reiner, Rob

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Reynolds, Jonathan

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Roosevelt Institution / Quinn

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Rosecrance, Richard - UCLA, Institute for International Relations and Policy

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Rouleau, Eric

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Safieh, Alif

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Salah, Omar

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Santa Barbara - U.S. Department of Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, re Narcotic Addict Control and Crime Reduction Program

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Santa Fe Institute - Bulletin

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Saylin, Mary

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SBLDC (Legal Defense Center of Santa Barbara, Inc.)

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Schachter, Marvin / Interfaith

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Schechter, Danny

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Schlesinger, Tom

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Schmookler, Andrew Bard

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School Prayer

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School Vouchers

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Schori, Pierre

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Schulweis, Harvey

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Schurman, Franz

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Schwab, Johanna

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Schweickart, Russell

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Scientology

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SCLC / West (Southern Christian Leadership Conference)

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SDS (Students for a Democratic Society)

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Seidelman, Arthur Allan

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Senior Citizens

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Shapiro, Sydney

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Sheriff

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Sherman, Howard

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Show Coalition

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Shur, Chaim

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Sikorskaya, Natalie

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Silber, Glenn

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Simpson, O.J.

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Slater, Alice

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Smith, Anna Deveare - "Twilight;" "House Arrest: First Edition"

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Smith, Frank

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Socialist Review

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Socialist Workers Party

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Sontag, Susan

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Soul, David

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South Central Farmers

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Southern California Americans for Democratic Action (SCADA)

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Spartacist League

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SPIKE (magazine)

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Stewart, Jill and Dan Morain

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Steinberg, Mark

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Stone, Jeremy J.

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Stone, Oliver - Nixon

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Streisand, Barbra

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Streisand Foundation (see also: Barbra Streisand Foundation)

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SunDance

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Super Power I

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Sweezy, Paul M.

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Tabankin, Marge

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Talcott, Scott

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Tanzania / Dennis J. Kucinich

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Taxation with Representation

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Teamsters / Ron Carey campaign for president of Teamsters Union

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Teitelbaum, Steven A.

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Texas Freedon Network

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Thorpe, Merle

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Thurow, Lester C.

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Toro (Elizabeth of Toro)

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Town Hall of California - James J. Zogby (Arab American Institute)

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Transnational Institute

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Treholt, Arne

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Tri-Lateral Commission

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Trotsky, Leon

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Truth-Telling Project - DC

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Tuesday Knights

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Turkey - Syria

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Turner, Ted

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Twair, Pat McDonnell

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Uchitelle, Louis

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UCI /Humanities Research Institute (HRI)

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UCLA International Institute

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UC / Los Alamos / Management

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UNESCO

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Urban Institute

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Vadim, Vanessa

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Valera, Phil - The Ethikon Institute

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Van Nuys High School - 14th Amendment

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Vera Institute of Justice

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War Crimes

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Ward Valley

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Wasserman, Steve

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Wasserman, Steve

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Watts Labor Community Action Committee - Teryl Watkins

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Wayne, June

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Webb, Jim

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Webster, William H.

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Weintraub, Ronit

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Weissbourd, Bernard

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Welles, Orson

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Western, Tracy

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Wexler, Haskell

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Wilder, Carol Royce

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Williams, George

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Williams, Willie

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Wirth, Tim

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Wiseman, Jay E.

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Witten, Edward

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Wolin, Sheldon S.

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World Priorities

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World War II - Philippines

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Worthy, Bill

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Yang, Henry - UCSB Chancellor

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Yariv, Danielle

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Yarrow, Peter

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Young Artists United

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Zeiger, David

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Zogby, James J.

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Zvezdinski, Michael

 

Activists ca. 1973-2006

Additional Note

Files for individuals and organizations. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence, proposals, and reports. 6 cartons.
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Abramowitz, Mort and Richard M. Walden

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Abrahamson, Joan

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ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now)

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AEI (American Enterprise Institute)

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American Jewish World Service

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Amnesty International

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Anagnos, Aris and Carolyn

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Anspach, Susan

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Arca (The Arca Foundation)

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Assassinations

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Attias, Elaine

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Belsky, Valerie Y.

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Bergman, Lowell, and Jeff Gerth

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Bonpane, Blase

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Boyte, Harry C.

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Brando, Marlon

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The Bridge

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Brown, J. Larry (Tufts University School of Nutrition) - Hunger

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Bycel, Benjamin

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Caldicott, Helen

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Campbell, Kim

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C.E.P. (Council on Economic Priorities) post resignation

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Center for Cuban Studies

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Chandler, Tom

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Chicanos

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Children of War

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Churchill, Mae

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Coffin, Tristram

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Cooper, Marc

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Committee of 25 - L.A.'s Super Government

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Constitutional Amendment

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Cota, Alex

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Cott, Jennifer B.

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Cuba

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Dakin, Susanna B. - Bhopal

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Darrow (Clarence Darrow Foundation)

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Dees, Morris

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Dellinger, Dave

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Deni, Fred

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Eisenhower, Susan

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Elster, Sandy

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Energy

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Erenyi, Leslie

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Familian, Liz

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Fiscal / Monetary

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Flacks, Dick

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Fleming, Ann

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Fonda, Jane - FTA (Free the Army)

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Food

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Freed, Lucy

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Friends of the Earth

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Funiciello, Theresa - Welfare

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Garmezy, Kathy

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Gay - Gay Community Services Center

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Gelman, Sharon R.

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Gnaizda, Robert

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Golden, Sylvia

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Gordon, Hyman

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Green, Mark

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Grossman, Richard L.

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Gulf and Western Industries, Inc.

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Hammer, Armand, and Diego Cordovez

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