Speeches and writings, correspondence, minutes, grant proposals, memoranda, reports, studies, hearing transcripts, printed
matter, and photographs, relating to political science, administration of San Jose State University, student radicalism, activities
of the Institute for Educational Affairs in funding academic research projects, and activities of the Civil Rights Commission
in monitoring the status of civil rights in the United States, investigating allegations of race or sex discrimination in
voting, employment or housing and considering affirmative action and comparable worth concepts.
American political scientist; president, San Jose State University, 1970-1978; director, Institute for Educational Affairs;
member, United States Civil Rights Commission, 1983-1986.