Title: Rodney Kennedy-Minott Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1967-1994
Collection Number: 90010
29 manuscript boxes, 17 envelopes, 1 phonotape cassette
(13.7 linear feet)
Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, printed matter, photographs, and sound
recordings, relating to the 1967 congressional campaign of Paul McCloskey in California,
McCloskey's 1972 Republican presidential primary campaign, the 1976 presidential campaign
of Jimmy Carter (especially in California), American foreign policy during the
presidential administration of Jimmy Carter, and United States relations with Sweden.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Collection is open for research.
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[Identification of item], Rodney O'Gliasain Kennedy-Minott papers, [Box no.], Hoover
Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1990.
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United States--Foreign relations--1977-1981.
Sweden--Foreign relations--United States.
United States--Foreign relations--Sweden.
United States--Politics and government--1945-1989.
Carter, Jimmy, 1924-
McCloskey, Paul N., 1927-
California--Politics and government--1951-
United States. Congress. House.
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854-)
Democratic Party (U.S.)
United States. Dept. of State.
United States--Politics and government.
United States--Foreign relations.
|1928, June 1
||Born, Portland, Oregon
||Served with the United States Army
||B.A., Stanford University
||M.A., Stanford University
||Ph.D., Stanford University
||Instructor in History, Stanford University
||Assistant Professor, Assistant Director, History of Western Civilization Program, Stanford University
Peerless Patriots: The Organized Veterans and the Spirit of Americanism
||Assistant Director, Summer Session, Western Civilization Program, Stanford University
||Director, Summer Session, Western Civilization Program, Stanford University
The Fortress That Never Was: The Myth of Hitler's Bavarian Stronghold
||Associate Professor, Portland State University; Congressional Staff Member
||Associate Professor, Associate Dean, Instruction, California State University, Hayward
||Division Head, Humanities, California State University, Hayward
The Sinking of the Lollipop: Shirley Temple vs. Pete McCloskey
||Professor, California State University, Hayward
||Author, "In the Name of Democracy Bring Back Bossism",
Report on Democratic Party Reform, California Democratic State Central Committee's Reform Commission, Sacramento
||Ambassador to Sweden and Chairman, Swedish Fulbright Commission
||Adjunct Professor, Monterey Institute of International Studies, California
||Senior Research Scholar, Hoover Institution
||Executive Vice President, Direction International, Washington D.C.
||Chairman, Alpha International, New York City
||Senior Fellow, Center for International and Strategic Affairs, University of California, Los Angeles
||Senior Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
The Far North: The Tension Point
U.S. Regional Force Application: The Maritime Strategy and its Effect on Nordic Stability
Tension in the North: Sweden and Nordic Security
||Distinguished Guest Lecturer for National Security Affairs, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California
Lonely Path To Follow: Nonaligned Sweden, United States/NATO, and the USSR