Preliminary Inventory to the Roger A. Freeman Papers, 1950-1990

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Preliminary Inventory to the Roger A. Freeman Papers, 1950-1990

Hoover Institution Archives



Stanford University

Stanford, California

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  • Hoover Institution Archives
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  • Stanford, California 94305-6010
  • Phone: (650) 723-3563
  • Fax: (650) 725-3445
  • Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
© 1999 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Roger A. Freeman Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1950-1990
Collection number: 75053
Creator: Freeman, Roger A., 1904-
Collection Size: 489 manuscript boxes, 4 oversize boxes, 1 card file box(21 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, speeches and writings, printed matter, and slides, relating to governmental problems in the state of Washington, 1950-1955, fiscal problems of Bolivia, 1957, international economic development, taxation (federal, state, and local), intergovernmental relations in the United States, public and private education from lower schools to university in the United States and the Soviet Union, and the growth of American government.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Language: English.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Roger A. Freeman Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Biographical/Historical Note

American economist; senior fellow, Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, 1962-1975; special assistant to President Richard M. Nixon, 1969-1970.

Scope and Content of Collection

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, speeches and writings, printed matter, and slides, relating to governmental problems in the state of Washington, 1950-1955, fiscal problems of Bolivia, 1957, international economic development, taxation (federal, state, and local), intergovernmental relations in the United States, public and private education from lower schools to university in the United States and the Soviet Union, and the growth of American government.

Access Points

Economic development.
Education.
Education--Soviet Union.
Education--United States.
Finance, Public--Bolivia.
International economic relations.
Public welfare--United States.
Bolivia.
Soviet Union.
Russia (Federation)
United States--Politics and government.
United States--Foreign relations.
United States--Politics and government--1945-1989.
Washington (State)--Politics and government.
Conservatism.
Economists.
Slides (Photography)


Container List

Box 1

Speeches and Articles

 

Philadelphia Society, Los Angeles, 1972

 

Journal of Public Law, Emory University, March 1972

 

AEI, School Finance Conference, March 1972

 

New York Times, "Will Money Improve Our Schools," March 1972

 

Wall Street Journal, "Should the States Take Over School Finance," March 1972

 

National School Boards Association Convention, San Francisco, April 1972

 

School Finance Presentation, Governor's Office, Sacramento, April 1972

 

Proxmire letter (4/19/72), reply (4/26/72)

 

California Social Welfare Department, Economic Research, April 1972

 

Testimony of Tax Credit Bill, California Assembly Rev. and Tax Comm., May 1972

 

High School Debate Manual, School Finance, AEI, Drafts, 1972-73

Box 2

High School Debate Manual, School Finance, AEI, Drafts, 1972-73

 

High School Debate Guide, 1972-73

 

Non-coersive Education, National Review - Drafts

Box 3

ISI - Stanford, August 1972

 

Reading Form Foundation, Annual Conference, San Francisco, July-August 1972

 

A.C.I.R. - Property Tax Relief and School Aid, August-December 1972

 

Republican Platform Committee, Miami, August 1972

 

Pennsylvania School Boards Ass. Convention, Philadelphia, September 1972

 

National Economy and Implications for Public Managers, Executive Seminar Center, September 1972

 

Fellowship Form, November 1973

 

Foundation for Researching and Economics and Education, Los Angeles, December 1972

 

Latter Day Alchemists in Education, Modern Age, Summer 1972

 

Property Taxation and the Finance of Education

 

Governor's Task Force on Expenditure Reduction, 1972-73

Box 4

Governor's Task Force Lawsuit, 1973

 

Freedoms Foundation Award, 1973, Wayward Welfare State

 

Philadelphia Society, Chicago, April 1973

 

The Impact of Theory on Policy, Executive Seminar Center, Berkeley, April 1973

 

Conference on Poverty, Ohio, 1973

 

Review - "The Rape of the Taxpayer," Human Events, April 1973

 

Tax Loopholes - AEI, 1972-73

Box 5

Tax Loopholes - AEI, Sons in Retirement, Rickey's Palo Alto, June 1973

 

Fact and Fiction about Tax Loopholes, Applied Christianity

 

Income Tax Reforms Seminar - NTA - TIA, July 1973, Washington

 

ISI Summer School, Mon-Mouth, Annual Conference, NTA-TIA, Toronto-Ontario, September 1973

 

Sons in Retirement, October 1973

 

Assembly, California Legislature - Assembly Com. on Education, October 1973, S.F., Calif., Prop. 1

 

U.S. Economy Status and Prospects, NAEBM, Newport Beach, October 1973

 

Proposition 1, The Tax Reduction Initiative, Portola Valley Town Meeting, October 1973

 

Africa

 

General, travel arrangements, October 1973

 

Brazil, October 29 - November 1973

 

South Africa, Rhodesia, November--December

 

Zambia-Taiwan, December-January

 

Hawaii

Box 6

Advisory Council on Financial Aid to Students

 

March 1974

 

June 1974

 

January 1974

 

Advisory Commission on Inter-Governmental Relations

Box 7

American Enterprise Institute

 

American Security Council

 

Anderson, Dr. Martin A.

 

B

 

Baroody, William J., Junior

 

British Airways

 

Buchanan, Patrick J.

 

RR

 

Center for Independent Education

 

College/University Corporation

 

Burkhart, John B.

 

Citizens for Educational Freedom

 

The Conservative Caucus

 

Council for American Private Education

 

D

 

Donner Foundation

 

E

 

Evans, William S.

 

F

 

Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge

 

Freeman, Roger A., biographical sketch, 1975

Box 8

Freeman, Roger A., 1968-1974

 

G

 

Governmental Research Association

 

H

 

Heritage Foundation

 

Hoeber, Francis P.

 

Hoover Institution

 

General

Box 9

Campbell, W. Glenn

 

Campbell, Rita R.

 

Human Events

 

Howard, Dr. John, President, Rockford College

 

I

 

Inter-collegiate Review

 

J

 

K

 

Kemp, Jack

 

L

 

Loeffler, Mr. Theodore B., World Research Inc.

 

M

 

Mackay, A. Calder, Esquire

 

Mc

 

McMullen, Penny

 

The Milwaukee Society

 

General

 

Speech, Wisconsin, William H. Brady Jr., October 17, 1974

 

Miscellaneous

 

Mont Pelerin Society

 

N

 

National Conference on American Federalism in Action

 

National Education Association, Washington, D.C.

 

National Review

 

National Task Force on Student Aide Problem

 

National Tax Association - Tax Institute on America

 

National Tax Association - Committee on Inter-governmental Fiscal Relations

 

O

 

P

 

Pacific Legal Foundation, Sacramento, California

 

Pepperdine University

 

Philadelphia University

 

The Philadelphia Society

 

Public Choice in Education

 

Q

 

R

 

Republican Study Committee

 

Richardson-Merrell, Inc.

 

S

Box 10

Shockley, William D.

 

Smith, Dan Throop

 

Stanford University

 

T

 

Taylor, Clifford W.

 

U

 

V

 

W

 

Wall Street Journal

 

Ware, Richard A.

 

Wilkinson, Richard A.

 

William Volker Fund

 

Williams, Professor Duncan

 

World Affairs Council of Northern California

 

XYZ

 

Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations: National Conference on American Federalism, 1/22/75 - 1/24/75

 

Commonwealth Club of California, April 17, 1974 - "Evolution or Revolution in Southern Africa"

 

Lou Henry Hoover Building, Polich Room, April 16, 1974 - "Evolution or Revolution in Southern Africa"

 

Professor William Peterson

 

Graduate School of International Management, Glendale, Arizona, April 17-18, 1974

 

World Affairs Council, April 23, 1974 - "Evolution or Revolution in Southern Africa"

 

Public Affairs Fellowship Program, April 29, 1974 - "The Moyhihan Report and the Politics of Controversy"

 

Mont Pelerin Society Meeting, Census Advisory Meeting, 8/20 - 9/20, 1974

 

Stanford University - Hoover Centennial, Los Angeles, October 23, 1974 - U.S. Government "Most Ebullient Growth History"

 

California Department of Benefits Payments Project, Delphi, March 1975

 

"Role of Government in Private vs. Public Education," February 2-7, 1975, Hillsdale College, Michigan

Box 11

Review of West article "Aid to Private Schools," March 1975

 

Letter to Wall Street Journal, "Quota Question," March 31, 1975

 

International I

 

General Statistics and Sources

 

Economic Development, 1967-1972

 

International Assistance

 

1968-1970

Box 12

to 1967

 

Foreign Investment Policies

 

Food

 

Education

 

International Organizations

 

Other

 

Africa

 

General

 

1972-

Box 13

1967-1971

 

1964-66

 

pre-1964

 

International II

 

B-1 - Projection of population and economy (So. Africa)

 

B-2 - a) Economic background (So. Africa)

 

B-2 - b) Employment - Trade Unions and Wages

 

B-3 - Foreign investment in So. Africa

Box 14

B-4 - Apartheid, extent of oppression and international comparisons

 

B-5 - Apartheid - the Politics of Reform

 

B-6 - Governmental Programs: Benevolance or Benefits

 

B-7 - Homeland Solidarity and Demands

 

B-8 - Prospects of Federalism

 

B-9 - International Diplomacy and So. Africa

 

B-10 - Education

 

C - Kenya

 

D - Ethiopia

 

E - Zambia

Box 15

F - Rhodesia

 

G - Nigeria

 

H - Uganda

 

I - Mozambique and Angola

 

J - Zaire

 

K - Tanzania

 

International III (Asia, Europe and Latin America)

 

A - Asia General

 

B - Middle East

 

-1917

Box 16

to 1970

 

Iran and Afghanistan

 

India

 

Pakistan

 

India, Ceylon, Nepal, 1964-

 

India, Ceylon, Nepal, -thru 1963

Box 17

C - Southeast Asia, General

 

Indonesia

 

- to 1970

 

- 1971-

 

Malaysia and Singapore

 

Vietnam

 

Other

 

D - Far East, General

Box 18

China

 

Hong Kong

 

Japan

 

Mongolia

 

International IV (Europe, General)

 

Europe, 1963

 

Europe

 

International V (Latin America)

 

A - General

 

- 1964

 

- 1965

 

- Panama 1965

Box 19

- Panama 1965

 

B - Latin America, General, 1963

 

C - Bolivia

 

1961-65

Box 20

1958-1960

 

D - Brazil

 

International VI (U.S.S.R.)

 

General

 

1964-65

 

Speeches and articles, 1963-65

Box 21

Tax Bill Testimony, Senate Finance Committee, November 1963

 

Rotary Club, Milwaukee, November 1963

 

National Conference on Government, Detroit, November 17-20, 1963 (National Municipal League)

 

Comments on HEW Release on classroom shortage in the public schools, 2/17/64

Box 22

Foreword to the American edition of Welfare, Freedom and Inflation, by William Roepke, July 1964

 

Seminar, University of Wisconsin, June 11-20, 1964

 

Intercollegiate Society of Individualists, Inc., 8/25-8/26/1964

 

Fiscal Grants to States, Memo for Tom Curtis, August 1964

 

Senior Colloquim, 1964

 

Stanford Alumni, Los Angeles

 

Sc #13, 1964 term papers

 

"What Makes Ivan Run?" speeches on U.S.S.R. trip, 1965

Box 23

School Aid Testimony, House-Senate, February 1965

 

National Review, "How to Railroad a School Aid Bill," May 18, 1965

 

Speeches on aid to education, 1965

 

Income Tax Credits (for H.E.), 5/20/65

 

Service State at Mid-Century, APSA, 4/14/65

 

Soviet Education, Benton article, National Review

Box 24

The Armed Services and the Charmed Services, National Review, 9/11/65 AS & CS, misc.

 

Senior Colloquium, Autumn, 1965

 

Tables for SC Tax Reform, Fall 1965

 

Blair, Jack

 

Pidduck, Kurt

 

Merchants and Manufacturers Association (Annual Management Conference, Palm Springs, October 24, 1965)

 

Balance of Payments, Senator Dirksen, November 1965

 

Federal Grants-in-Aid, National Tax Conference, November 1965

Box 25

Campus Debate "Role of Federal Government Increased?" November 17, 1965

 

Crisis in College Finance

 

Page proofs

 

Correspondence, 1965-

 

Correspondence, 1963-64

 

Reviews

 

Complimentary copies

 

Promotion

 

Review copies

 

Announcements

Box 26

Big Government, Friend or Foe, San Diego, January 9, 1966

 

Misc. speeches, 1966

 

Big Government, Friend or Foe, Long Beach, February 19, 1966

 

Crisis in College Finance, Milwaukee Society, March 1966

 

Philadelphia Society, National Meeting, Civil Right and Individual Responsibilities, Chicago, March 4-5, 1966

 

Consumer Credit Controls, House Banking Committee, April 1966

 

Public Employment Potential, Nation, 5/66

 

Big Government, Friend or Foe, Long Beach, 5/5/66, Santa Monica, 5/6/66

 

Independent Action - Education Employment, Dependency, R-Cornvello-Walton, May 1966

Box 27

Brigham Young University, DR.h.c. 5-66

 

Education Tax Credits, College Entrance Exam Board, May 22-25

 

Forbes, June 1, 1966, The Affluent Professors

 

Freedoms Foundation - Government and the Economy, July 13, 1966

 

Inter-collegiate Society of Individualists Seminar - Economics, August 22-26, 1966

 

Mont Pelerin Society, Tokyo,

 

Federal Aid Cities League of California Cities, annual meeting, Chicago, 10-17-66

Box 28

National Assistance League, 10-26-66

 

Matean Mosaic TV Panel Discussion, 11-8-66

 

Philadelphia Society meeting, November 18-19, 1966, San Francisco

 

Meetings, New York - Dearborn, Ill.,

 

Tax Sharing, memo for Rep. Laird Barwood, Jr., December 29, 1966

 

Letter to the editor, New Republic, "Who Gets in the Army," January 1967

 

George Washington Medal Freedom Foundation, February 22, 1967

 

What Makes Ivan Run, National Review, March 7, 1967

 

What Makes Ivan Run, 1967

 

ASPA Panel, March 28, 1967, Federal Funds and Local Budgets

 

Letter on James article, Stanford Today, Summer 1967

 

Study group on tax sharing, Republican Coordination Committee

 

February-March 1967

Box 29

April-May 1967

 

June-July 1967

 

August-December 1967

 

-1968

 

Inter-governmental Council on Urban Growth

 

Senior Colloquium, 1967-68

Box 30

Forum International, Berkeley, August 22, 1967

 

Time, July 7, 1967

 

Menlo Park - Live Oak Lions Club, September 18, 1967

 

National Civic Review, September 1967

 

50 Year USSR-Communism Conference, Hoover Institution, October 9-13, 1967

 

Soviet economy

 

The Freedom Budget, St. Raymonds Catholic Church, Menlo Park, 10/18/67

 

National Tax Association Conference, Atlanta GA, October 22-26, 1967

 

Rational Debate Seminars, AEI, Washington, October 26, 1967

 

The Fellowship Forum, Palo Alto, November 7, 1967

 

Tax Institute Symposium, Federal-State-Local Relationships, Washington, D.C., 11/29/67 - 30/11/67

 

Speeches and articles, 1968 - July 1969

Box 31

UROC - January 25, 1968

 

Bolivia, Christian Freedom Foundation, 2/20/68

 

Republic Alliance, March 5, 1968

 

California Tax Reform, March 1968

 

Socialism and Private Enterprise in Equatorial Asia

 

Announcements

 

Distribution

 

Promotion

 

Reviews

 

Correspondence

 

Republican Platform, May 1968

 

for Senator Dirksen and other material

 

Governor's Task Force Hearing, SF, CA

 

World Affairs Are Your Affairs, Radio KNBR, July 7, 1968

 

Socialism and Private Enterprise in Equatorial Asia, Radio KNBR, 6/30/68

 

Big Government and Republican Party

Box 32

The Frustrating Task of Trying To Teach the Disadvantages

 

Wall Street Journal, July 1968

 

Correspondence

 

Kaiser Broadcasting, Joe Dolan, August 14, 1968

 

Tax Sharing, Federal Executives Seminar, Berkeley, September 18, 1968

 

International Economic Seminar, SF, October 15, 1968 (World Affairs Council)

Box 33

Executive Seminar Center, Berkeley, 10/21-11/1/68

 

Palo Alto Kiwanis Club, November 14, 1968

 

Review of Brodin manuscript, November 1968

 

Hoover Institution Advisory Board Meeting, New York, December 4, 1968

 

Income Maintenance Programs, New York, December 5, 1968

 

Correspondence

 

Copies of speech

 

Material

 

Philadelphia Society, SF, December 6-7, 1968

 

Still Chasing the End of a Rainbow, Southern Education Report, January 1969

 

Baker Revenue Sharing Proposal, 1/9/69

 

Dead End in American Education, National Review, January 14, 1969

Box 34

Goals and Limits of Governmental Action in a Free Society, 1/31/69, Executive Seminar Center, Berkeley

 

Stanford Conference in Southern California, February 16, 1969

 

Public Affairs Fellowship Program, February 25, 1969

 

Financing Private Higher Education Alchemists in the Public Schools, Distribution Harper's Magazine, "Our Latter Day Alchemists"

Box 35

Tax Reform, LA Times, March 1969

 

George Washington Masonic Club, May 26, 1969

 

Federal Assistance to Higher Education Through Income Tax Credits, JEC, 6/69

 

VSA Funds, "LOANS," 1969

 

Student Loan Programs (USAF and ABA), May-July 1969

 

Speeches and articles, August 1969 - January 1972

Box 36

Hoover Institution, "Big Government," August 17-23, 1969

 

Current Programs to Meet US Social Problems, National War College, 9/16/69

 

National Tax Association Conference, Boston, MA, September 29 - October 3, 1969

 

American Association of Independent College and University Presidents' Annual Meeting, October 7, 1969

 

U.S. News Interview, January 26, 1970, Education Planes

 

34th Annual Pennsylvania Local Government Finance Conference, Harrisburg, PA, January 29-30, 1970

 

"Why Don't They Stop Inflation?" Eastern Regional Conference of Assoc. Credit Bureaus, NYC, February 1970

 

"Crisis in Education," June 19, 1970, Washington State Research Council, Seattle, correspondence

Box 37

"Crisis in Education," June 19, 1970, Washington State Research Council, Seattle, correspondence

 

Banking, Journal of the American Bankers Association, July 1970

 

Polich Room, Lou Henry Hoover Building, July 8, 1970

 

Executive Seminar "Administration of Public Policy: Interactions Between the Economy and Public Policy," U.S. Cir. Service Commission, August 4, 1970, Berkeley, CA

 

Federal Aid to Higher Education in the 91st Congress, State Higher Education Commissions Organizations, August 6, 1970, Burlington, Vermont

 

"The Wayward Welfare State," Governmental Research Association. September 1, 1970, magazines, newspapers, etc.

Box 38

San Marino City Club (Stanford Alumni Office), San Marino, CA, 9/15/70

 

Contemporary Tax Problems, National Tax Association, Honolulu, 9/20-9/25

 

National Industrial Conference Board, Cleaveland, Ohio, 9/29/70

 

Stanford Debate Square, October 1970

 

Interaction of the Economy and Public Policy, Berkeley Executive Seminar Center, October 13, 1970

 

Math and Aftermath, 10/22/70, California Elementary School Administrators Association

 

National Priorities in the Decade Ahead, Stanford Conference, Los Angeles, 11/8/70

 

Beta Alpha Psi, "Political Involvement of the University," 11/19/70

 

Philadelphia Society Regional Meeting

 

The Advocates, Station KCET, December 1, 1970

 

Elmhurst College, P. Gamma Mu, December 3, 1970

 

Indonesia, 1970

 

Southeast Asian region

 

Commercial environment

 

Foreign investment

 

Labor

 

Expatriate management

 

Logistics

 

Finance and taxation

 

Ness International, December 1, 3, 7, NY, Chicago, SF

 

Revenue Sharing Report, 12/70, A.E.I.

Box 39

San Jose State Home Economics Class, "Inflation," 1/13/71

 

The American Political Tradition, Philadelphia Society, Chicago, 4/2-3/71

 

Palo Alto Kiwanis Club, 4/15/71

 

The Arabs and the Israelis - An Overview of the Middle East, World Affairs Council, 5/20/71

 

Letter of Wage, Price and Profits Freeze, New York Times, 9/8/71

 

Modern Age, Fall 1971

 

Income Tax Credits for Tuitions and Gifts in Nonpublic School Education, 12/71, prepared by President's Commission on School Finance

Box 40

Income Tax Credits for Tuitions and Gifts in Nonpublic School Education, 12/71, prepared by President's Commission on School Finance

 

League of Women Voters, 12/8/71

 

School Aid Property Tax Relief, AEI, White House, 12/71-72

 

Comment of R.A.F. on H.R.l Committee of Finance, U.S. Senate

 

January 27, materials pertaining to Senate development

 

January 27, correspondence

 

January 27, letters re: testimony

 

January 27, Final Statement

 

January 27, Newspaper articles, etc.

Box 41

January 27, drafts

 

PROBLEMS IN PUBLIC WELFARE

 

General

Box 42

Criticism of Welfare Programs

 

Answer to Criticism

 

General statistics

Box 43

Poverty

 

Income statistics

 

Unemployed

Box 44-45

General statistics, labor force

 

Automation, productivity

Box 45-47

Inadaquate demand and purchasing power

 

Wage levels

 

Profits

Box 48

Steel and other industries

 

International competition

Box 49

Retraining

Box 49-50

New entries and dropouts

 

Depressed areas

Box 51

Low wage persons; minimum wage

 

Farm labor

Box 52

Problem families

 

The Aged (including private pensions)

Box 53

The Young

Box 53-54

Juvenile delinquency

 

The Ill and Handicapped

 

War On Poverty

 

Voluntary welfare

Box 55

White House Conference on Children and Youth

 

White House Conference on the Aging

 

Ethnic minorities

 

Negroes

 

Political behavior

 

Legislation and court decisions

 

Voting

 

Attitudes

 

Civil rights movement

Box 56

Separatism vs. integration

 

Black militance

Box 56-57

Riots

 

Other

 

Social, cultural and economic status

 

Black history and culture

 

Black studies

 

International comparisons

Box 58

Progress

 

Affirmative Action Programs & discrimination

 

Education

 

School decentralization (community control)

Box 58-60

Elementary and secondary schools

 

Higher education

Box 60

Family and social problems

 

Genetic and environmental factors

Box 61

Crime and delinquency

 

Occupational distribution

 

Black capitalism

Box 62

Union membership

 

Unemployment

 

Income

 

Housing

 

Other minorities

Box 63

Chinese and Japanese

 

American Indians

 

Spanish Americans

 

Other immigrants

 

White House Conference on Civil Rights

 

Other

Box 63-64

Social Security Act, changes to 1959

 

Social Security Act, 1960

 

Social Security Act, 1961-62

 

Social Security Act, 1963, and appropriations 1964

 

Social Security Act, 1964, and appropriations 1965

 

Social Security Act, 1965, and appropriations 1966

 

Social Security Act, 1966

Box 65

Social Security Act, 1967-1973

 

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE, GENERAL

Box 65-66

Public Assistance history

 

Public Assistance, level of government

 

Welfare load and capacity

 

Grants-in-Aid

 

Source of funds and control

 

Public Assistance, administration

Box 67

Manpower and salaries

 

Workload size and recipient rates

 

Professional vs. lay control

 

Issues in Public Assistance

Box 68

Confidentiality

 

Residence

 

Money payment

 

Eligibility and recipient rates

Box 68-69

Level of benefits

 

Personal responsibility and "deserving"

 

Fraud and chiseling

 

Projections

Box 69-70

Non-monetary aid

 

Rehabilitation, retraining

 

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE (OAA)

Box 71

Recipients

 

Benefits

 

Issues

 

Lien and recovery

 

Relative responsibility

Box 71-73

AID TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

 

AFDC Program

 

Recipients

Box 74

Benefits

 

Issues

Box 74-75

Illegitimacy and birth control

 

Absent father

Box 75-76

Working mothers

 

Adoptions and foster care

Box 77

"Suitable" home problem

 

Institutional care

 

Unemployed fathers

Box 77-78

Child and family welfare programs

 

Family assistance program

 

OTHER PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

 

Aid to the blind

Box 79

Aid to the disabled

 

General assistance

Box 79-80

Medical aid

Box 81

Work relief

 

OLD AGE INSURANCE (OASDI)

 

OTHER PUBLIC WELFARE

Box 81-82

Unemployment insurance

 

Workmen's compensation

 

Veterans

 

Welfare abroad

 

THE GROWTH OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT

Box 83

Foreword

 

Preface, introduction, summary

 

Technical note on statistics, sources, reliability, etc.

Box 84-85

How Fast is Government Growing?

 

Expansion in Government Finance

 

Record of revenues, expenditures, debt in actual $, constant $,% GNP and NI, related to population and prices, per capita data. Tables & graphs 1902-72, 1952-72.

 

Private vs. public activities. Wagner's Law - Galbraith and his followers.

 

Government's role & needs in the XX century (last quarter) Protection and the service state, national priorities

Box 86-87

Recent trends

 

Fiscal trends in war and peace (warfare and welfare)

 

Rates of increase in revenues, expenditures and debt in war periods (1913-22, 1940-44, 1950-53, 1965-69) and peace periods (1902-13, 1922-40, 1944-50, 1953-65, 1969-72)

Box 87

Expenditures for national security (& other war-connected)

 

Expenditures for domestic purposes

 

Tax levels in war and peace periods (federal)

 

Government employment (public servant or bureaucrat?)

 

Is federal employment growing? State & local employment and federal aid.

Box 88

Record 1900-1950 (Fabricant) fed., state-local 1950 (53) 72. Defense & civilian services - relate to population, labor force, private employment, workload, etc. Administrative reorganization.

 

Salary trends (average wages, public & private), unionization, negotiation and strikes

Box 89

Domestic activities of gernment (the Welfare State in Action)

 

Functional breakdown of domestic expenditures

 

Inadaquate services? Examples, Galbraith, etc..

 

Graphs, public and personal consumption, per capita, etc..

 

Rising income, why public goods are scarce, voluntary public activities, alternatives (tax credits)

Box 89-92

Welfare programs & poverty syndrome

 

Actions of 89th to 93rd Congress - outlook

 

Measure of benefits (input-output)

Box 92

Government and security

 

Crime

Box 93

General crime statistics

 

Crime rates and general statistics

 

Cost of crime

 

International comparisons

 

Other

 

Causes of crime and rise in crime rates

 

General

 

Social conditions

 

Laws

 

Courts

Box 94

Police

 

Narcotics

 

Crime and minorities

 

Organized crime

 

Civil disorders

Box 94-95

Programs for combatting crime

 

Role of police

 

Role of courts

 

Legislative programs

Box 96

Retribution, deterrence, and rehabilitation (theories of criminal justice)

 

Other

 

Defense

 

U.S. defensive power, general

Box 96-97

Overall international & USSR comparisons

 

Balance of power or superiority?

 

Strategic deterrent vs. flexible response

Box 98

Arms control and disarmament

 

Joint defense

 

Attitudes of President, Congress, and public

Box 99

Space

 

Other

 

Specific issues on defensive strength

 

Nuclear warfare capability

 

Offensive missiles

Box 99-100

ABM

 

Manned bombers

 

Other

 

Conventional warfare capability

 

TFX, F 15

 

Nuclear Navy

 

Civilian vs. military judgment and control, military-industrial complex

Box 101

Other issues

 

Army, draft vs. voluntary Army

 

Navy

 

Air Force

 

R.O.T.C.

Box 101-103

Expenditure and cost trends

 

Cost trends (constant $,% GNP) (Vietnam & other)

 

Cost effectiveness - PPBS

 

Cost cuts and military strength

 

Economic impact of defense expenditures

 

Dangers to U.S. national security - countries, movements, trends. Time demands on President & Congress.

 

Big Government - Friend or Foe?

 

Benefits, costs & impact of governmental services

Box 104

Standards, measure of benefits, Fiscal policy & growth, purpose of government (American politics tradition)

 

Projections of population & economy, revenue & expenditures

Box 105

Conclusion - trend of expansion & effects on personal liberty. History - growing # and % dependence on government, concentration or power (monopoly), decline of voluntary action, growth of control - examples, regulatory action & guideposts & absence of opposition buy votes, Rome parallel - panem & circenses

 

Facing the Tax Bill (Many Unhappy Returns)

 

The Growth of American Taxation

Box 105-106

Tax burden & economic growth, what promotes economic growth?

 

International comparisons

Box 107-108

History of fiscal policy

 

Federal 1954 cut, 1964 cut

 

1968 boost, 1969, 1971 cuts, outlook; state and local tax boosts

 

Progressive taxation (redistribution)

 

American tax structure, international comparisons, who pays the taxes?

Box 109

Justification - sacrifice, ability theory, etc., redistribution, Blum-Kalven

 

Effect on incentives, Butters-Break, Soviet tax system

 

Tax awareness

 

Merit & reward in market - social justice?

 

Income taxes

 

Personal

 

General

Box 110

Collections

 

Examptions and deductions

 

Tax compliance (audits, delinquencies, etc.)

 

Withholding

 

International adjustments

 

Tax relief

 

Other

 

Corporate

 

General

 

Rate structure

Box 111

Impact and incidence

 

Economic effects (investment, etc.)

 

Interstate taxation

 

Depreciation allowances

 

Corporate tax shelters

 

Other

 

Loopholes and tax reform

Box 111-113

General

Box 113

Taxing the wealthy

 

Simplification (standard deduction, etc.)

 

Rate structure

Box 114

Nonprofit organizations (churches, foundations, etc.)

 

Oil depletion allowance

 

Capital gains

 

Investment credit

Box 115

Municipal bonds

 

Other (dividend credit, hobby farming, split income - joint return, depreciation, etc.)

 

Tax Reform Act of 1969

Box 116

Tax Reform Act of 1971

 

Small business tax

 

Consumption taces

 

General retail sales

 

General excise & value added

 

Special excise & sales taxes

Box 117

Customs

 

Property taxes

 

Burden and history

 

Problem areas (uniformity, fractional assessment, unequal distribution, restrictions, etc., land taxation)

 

Employment taxes - Social Security, Unemployment, Workman's Compensation, RR

 

Death, Gift & other taxes

 

Charges & Fees

 

The Shrinking Dollar (Inflation: the Hidden Tax)

Box 117-118

History of value of $, effects of inflation (who bears the burden?), inflation in other countries, history - political effects

 

Demand-pull, inflation (monetary policy)

Box 119

Fiscal policy: budget deficits and the Public Debt, general

 

Size of the deficit and debt

 

Economic effects of the deficit and debt

 

Economic growth

 

Inflation

 

Other

 

Interest costs

 

Debt limit

Box 120

Monatary and fiscal policy

 

Other

 

Cost-push inflation

Box 120-121

Wages, productivity, government action in labor disputes, competitiveness of U.S. goods, tax load-industry examples

Box 121

Construction prices, housing and public works

 

Guideposts, price crackdowns

Box 122

Wage and price control

Box 122-124

Balance of payments

Box 124-125

Fiscal federalism and centralization of power

 

Dispersal of power in the Constitution & centralizing trend

 

The Warren Court

 

Division of revenue sources

Box 125-126

Division of functional responsibilities

Box 126

Fiscal capacity of state & local governments

 

Legal

 

Economic

Box 127

Political

 

Tax immunities

 

Capacity & effort

 

State aid to local governments

 

Federal aid to state & local governments

Box 128

General fiscal aid, tax redistribution, tax credits, in lieu payments

 

State aid to local governments

Box 129

Revenue sharing

 

Tax credits

Box 129-130

Programmatic grants-in-aid

 

Uniform services & centralized control

 

The Services of the Welfare State

Box 130

Social insurance

 

OASI

Box 131

Revenue

 

Expenditures

 

Disability insurance

 

Revenue

 

Expenditures

Box 131-133

Medical insurance and Medicare

 

Revenue

 

Expenditures

 

Unemployment insurance

 

Revenue

 

Expenditures

Box 134

Workmen's Compensation system

 

Revenue

 

Expenditures

 

Private insurance

 

Supplemental security income

 

War on Poverty

 

Definition of poverty

Box 135

Living requirements and living standards

 

Levels of living

 

Cash income

 

Lowest income quintile

Box 136

Number in poverty

 

Income distibution statistics

 

Poverty estimates

Box 137

Progress from poverty

 

Special cases (temporary poor - students, military, etc.)

 

Permanently poor and social and economic mobility

 

Redistributive effects of taxes and expenditures

 

Composition of the poor

 

Population characteristics (overall)

 

Characteristics of the poor

 

Age

 

Race

 

Sex

 

Occupation

 

Education

 

Employment status

 

Skill levels

 

Causes of poverty

Box 138-139

Poverty cycle (heredity and environment)

Box 139

Family breakdown (fertility and income, illegitimacy, etc.)

 

Motivation, effort, and individual responsibility

 

Low intelligence

 

Discrimination

 

Education and skill level

 

Disability

 

Inflation

 

Unemployment

 

Other

Box 140

Programs

 

Economic growth and poverty

Box 140-141

War on poverty

Box 141-142

Community action programs

 

Neighborhood Youth Corps and Youth Conservation Corps

Box 142-143

Job Corps

Box 143

Operation Headstart

Box 144

VISTA

 

Work experience and incentives

 

College work study

 

Adult basic education

 

Rural loans

 

Small business development

 

Aid to migrants

 

Program results - general

 

Problem areas - general

 

Political involvement

Box 145

Legislation

 

Upward Bound

 

Public assistance

 

Aid to families with dependent children

 

Old-age assistance

Box 146

Aid to the blind

 

Aid to the permanently and totally disabled

 

Medical assistance for the aged

 

General assistance

 

Food programs

Box 146-147

Occupational training

Box 147

Public works and work relief

Box 147-148

Tax credits for training

Box 148

Farm programs

 

Housing

Box 148-151

Education

Box 151

Private efforts - jobs and Welfare

Box 151-152

Income maintenance plans

Box 152

Negative income tax

 

Family allowances

Box 152-153

Guaranteed annual income

Box 153

Other

 

Education

 

Elementary and secondary

 

Higher education

 

Highways and other transportation and government regulation

 

Highways

 

Needs

 

Expenditures and construction (including cost estimates)

 

Revenue sources

 

Scandals

Box 154

Railroads

 

Airlines

Box 155

Water transportation

 

Governmental regulation (transportation and other, etc.)

 

History

 

Effects

 

Extent

 

Prospects

 

Federal Department of Transportation

 

Government regulation vs. competition

 

Urban problems and programs

 

Problems, general

Box 156

Economics trends

 

City finances, general

 

Revenues

 

Expenditures

 

Debt

 

City services

 

Police and fire protection

Box 156-157

Transportation

 

Employment

Box 157-158

Air and water pollution

 

Other

Box 159

Population trends, general

 

Magnitude and direction

 

Flight of the middle class

 

Influx of the poor

 

Racial tensions

 

Reapportionment, consolidation, annexation, and home rule

Box 160

Cities

 

New York

 

Washington, D.C.

 

Chicago

 

Los Angeles

 

Detroit

 

San Francisco

 

Other

Box 161

Other references (books, articles, etc.)

 

Programs, general

Box 161-162

Federal aid, general

Box 162

Urban renewal

Box 163-164

Low-cost housing and rent supplements

Box 164

Model cities

 

Welfare

 

Other

 

State aid

 

Other

 

Public control - land use

Box 165

Farm price supports

 

Farm poor

 

Low income farmer

 

Migratory farm worker

 

Migration from the farm

 

Secondary occupations

 

Farm production

 

Productivity

 

Costs of production

 

Processing costs

 

Surplus

 

Price support programs

 

Economic effects

 

Distribution of benefits

 

Cost of program

 

Food for Peace Program

 

Farm prices and competition

 

Depressed areas

 

General statistics (income, unemployment, etc.)

 

Urban

 

Rural

 

Causes of area depression

 

Remedial measures

 

Government action

 

Federal

 

State

 

Local

 

Private efforts

 

Relationship to general economic progress

 

Appalachia

 

Problems in area redevelopment

Box 166

Other public programs

 

Government business enterprises (T.V.A., Post Office, et.) and business subsidies

 

Veterans' programs

Box 166-167

Natural resources

 

Subsidies, loan and credit programs

 

Other

 

PUBLIC SCHOOL FINANCE

 

General survey

Box 168-169

Place and scope of education in the U.S. (history, over-all statistics, goals and accomplishments, length of attendance, illiteracy shortcomings, outlook and problems)

Box 169

Population and enrollments (birthrates, age brackets, migration, enrollment, past, present and future projections, dropouts)

Box 170

Investment in education (total expenditures for education, past, present, future for public and private, for elementary and secondary)

 

Economic background, national income and product (other public expenditures, total taxes, consumption expenditures, distribution of responsibility)

Box 171

Effort for education

Box 171-172

School finance, general

Box 173

Return on investment in education

Box 174

General statistics

 

Bureau of the Census - population, enrollment

 

Bureau of the Census - financial

 

Bureau of the Census - housing

 

Bureau of the Census - economic and other

 

Office of Education

 

National Education Association

Box 175

Other

 

School Needs

 

Teachers

 

Total school personnel, labor force, public employees, number of teachers, trends, shortages, division (elementary and secondary classroom and supervisory, etc.) outlook

Box 176

Class size

Box 177

Supply and demand, candidates in training, degrees, causes of shortage, diversification of curriculum, etc. Teachers leaving profession

Box 178

Teacher qualifications, certification standards, tenure credit requirements & methods, summer school credit, emergency

Box 178-179

Teacher salaries

 

Comparisons

 

Scales, sex differences and extra pay

Box 180

Merit pay and administrators

 

Retirement

 

States

 

Standards, outlook, general earning trends

 

Teacher utilization, work schedules, 180 days or 12 month year?

 

Teacher aides

Box 181

Audio-visual and other methods of saving teacher's time, TV and movies, more work load on pupil? Curriculum revision?

 

How to attract more teachers, scholarships, miscellaneous sources of teacher material

 

Case studies of solving teacher shortages

 

Summary outlook:

 

Persons in age brackets

 

Teachers needed under various assumptions

 

Availability

 

Alternatives

 

Buildings

 

Statistics on education construction and other construction, economic implication of faster construction, of classrooms in use, abandoned

Box 182

Surveys of classroom needs and shortages, 1950 status phase, long-range phase, WHCE, etc.

Box 183

Standards, space requirements, obsolescence, double shifts, makeshift quarters, useful life and over-age schools, repair and improvement vs. abandonment

Box 183-184

Construction costs, comparative; standard plans; prefabs and tempos, potential savings (general school and other indices); school buildings - prefabricated

Box 184

Low cost schools

 

Case studies - solved building problems

 

Summary outlook:

 

Construction needs under various assumptions

 

What are the lags and why

Box 185

Results and shortcomings

 

Manpower, shortage of trained personnel, qualification at college entrance

Box 186

Gifted pupils, homework

Box 186-187

Retarded children, "deprived" children, limits of educability - low IQs

Box 188

Failures at Armed Forces tests

Box 189

Illiteracy, retention and drop-out

Box 189-190

Curriculum

 

Congressional material on curriculum

 

Division of classes by ability and accomplishment, promotion

Box 190-192

Yardsticks of educational accomplishment, voting, economic, report cards, tests, accreditation

Box 192-193

Cost-quality relationships

 

Discipline and delinquency

Box 194

Organization, control and management

 

History of school organization in United States and comparison with other countries

 

Separation or integration of schools with local governments, functional disintegration of local government in general

Box 195

Consolidation and reorganization of districts and school units, case stories of unification and local resistance (bedroom-industrial, etc.), comparisons of large and small districts for costs, curriculum, control

Box 195-196

Special programs

 

Vocational education and apprenticeship

Box 197

School lunch program

 

Aid to federally-affected areas, construction

Box 198

Aid to federally-affected areas, operation

 

Transportation and other "housekeeping" functions

 

National Defense Education Act

 

Segregation and integration

 

Cost comparisons between white and colored schools in segregated areas

Box 199-201

Extent of segregation and trends since court decision:

 

Court decisions

 

Legislation

 

Coleman et al.

 

Busing plans

 

Desegregation progress

 

Personal preference and desegregation

 

Public opinion

 

Whites fleeing cities

 

Integration & school violence

Box 202

Trends in nonpublic schools

 

Size and trend of enrollments

 

Class sizes, building programs, teacher shortages

 

Differences in curriculum and results, cost differences

Box 203-204

Federal (and other governmental) aid

Box 204

Vouchers

 

Performance contracts

Box 205

Tax credits

 

Foreign School Systems

 

Expenditures for education and cost of systems per pupil, teachers' salaries, cost of buildings, age of buildings, building standards

 

Time and content standards, curriculum and results

Box 205-206

Organization, control and finances

 

Divisions

 

Great Britain

 

other European countries

 

Soviet Russia

 

other countries

Box 206

Summary of school needs to 1970

 

Base projections

 

Specific need data under various assumptions

 

Resources for schools - General review

Box 206-207

Fiscal picture in U.S.A., level of public expenditures, tax burden, deficits (historical, comparative, prospective)

 

Schools in the general tax picture - history-outlook

Box 207

Tax systems by level of government

Box 208

General review

 

Federal

Box 208-210

State

 

Local

 

Tax burden by states

Box 210

Tax earmarking

 

Taxes by type

Box 210-211

General review of revenue sources, historical, comparative, potential

Box 211

Shifting and incidence of taxes, tax burden by income, size and economic groups

 

Income taxes

 

Personal income taxes

 

Federal

 

State and local

 

Corporation income taxes

 

Federal

 

State

 

Consumption taxes

 

Gross receipts and turnover taxes

 

Value added taxes

 

Manufacturer's excise taxes

Box 212

Retail sales taxes

 

Federal

 

State

 

Local

 

Custom duties

 

Property taxes

 

Taxes on wealth

 

Other taxes

 

Inheritance, estate and gift taxes

 

Social insurance

 

Gasoline taxes

 

Franchise, license, other charges and taxes

 

Public debt

 

Total indebtedness

 

General obligations and revenue debt, authorities

 

Federal debt

 

State debt

 

Local debt including school debt

Box 213

Interest rates

 

Debt and interest burden by state

 

Tax competition and industrial location

Box 214

Fiscal effort

 

General

 

For schools

 

Fiscal capacity

Box 215

Responsibility for education (general federal-state relationship)

 

Federal constitution, history, court decisions

 

State constitutions, state statutes, court decisions

Box 216

Taxing rights

Box 216-218

General intergovernmental relations

 

History of school support responsibility among levels of government

Box 219

Federal tax immunities and in lieu payments

 

Local sources

 

Property tax (general considerations)

 

History and tax burden

Box 220-221

Property tax burden

 

total by states and localities

 

residential

 

utility property

 

other industrial and commercial

 

farm property

Box 221

Property tax limitations

 

Tax rates

 

Bonding

 

Exemptions

 

Relief - circuit breakers

Box 222

Assessment administration

 

Fractional assessment ratios and ratio studies

 

Legal provision

 

Court decisions

 

Uniformity and administrative competence

 

Personal property - assessment and tax burden

 

Land taxation and classification

 

Efforts at assessment equalization

 

State

 

Local

Box 223

Case studies of tax rate elections

 

Property tax improvement (Can the property tax be made more productive?)

Box 224

Non-property taxes

 

Local non-property taxes

 

Municipalities

 

Schools

 

School Debts

 

Debt limitations and margins

Box 225

Bond elections, successes and failures

 

Local authorities and other methods of circumventing debt restrictions

 

State school aid

 

History of state responsibility and support

 

State control of schools

 

Extent of state aid, total and by states

 

Forms (programs) of state aid (by states), flat or equalized, for operation

 

For construction, grants, loans, authorities, other assistance

Box 225-226

State equalization programs, measures of need, property valuations (adjusted or not), indices, Serrano case and sequel

Box 227

Schools in the state finance picture, revenues, other costs, assets

 

State fiscal capacity, total effort by states

 

Federal aid to education

Box 227-228

History of federal activities in education

Box 228

History of movement for federal aid to schools to 1949

 

History of movement for federal aid to schools since 1949

Box 229

Case for federal aid

Box 229-230

Case against federal aid

 

Material from organizations against federal aid

 

U.S. Chamber of Commerce and NAM

Box 231-232

Others and individuals

Box 232-233

Material from organizations for federal aid

 

National Education Association

Box 233

Others and individuals

 

Committee for Economic Development

 

Material from official commissions

 

Prior to 1953

 

Commission on Intergovernmental Relations

Box 234

State Conferences on Education

 

White House Conference on Education, 1955

 

White House Conference on Education, 1965

 

President's School Finance Commission, 1970-72

 

ACIR

Box 235

Congressional hearing, reports and debates

Box 236

Proposals on school aid in recent years (since 1950)

 

Forces, motivations, pro and con

Box 236-239

Proposals for federal aid, 1958-1966

 

Conclusions on federal aid

 

Need for

 

Prospects

 

Building considerations

 

O.H.S. (Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem)

 

General rules and materials

Box 240

General rules and materials

 

Other

 

Beltritti, James Joseph

 

Cazzaniga, Giovanni (Rome)

 

Campagno, Vincent I.

 

Courtright, Hernando

 

Craig, John J., GCHS

Box 241

Folsom, Frank M., KGCHS

 

Hickel, Walter J.

 

Hurley, Mark J.

 

Lambert, L. George

 

McGucken, Joseph T.

 

McIntyre, Cardinal

 

McNeany, Joseph

 

McElligott, Edward R.

 

Maggio, Albert E.

 

Maher, Leo T.

 

Miller, Jo Zach, III

 

Rizzi, Nicolo (Geneva)

 

Rogers, G.M.

 

Ryan, Joseph T.

 

Tisserant, Eugene Caridnal

 

Western Delegation

Box 242

Agriculture

 

Budget, U.S.

 

General

Box 243

Defense (A)

 

Communications and highways

 

Economics in general, 1962-68

Box 244

Economics in general, 1949-1961

 

Foreign trade and tariffs

Box 245

Foreign trade and tariffs

 

Housing

 

1964-66

Box 246

-1963

 

Inflation

 

Political science

 

Religion

 

Republican Program

Box 247

Republican Program/ Republican National Committee

Box 247-248

HIGHER EDUCATION FILE

 

General

Box 249-250

Enrollment - job market

Box 250-251

Facilities

Box 251-252

Faculty

Box 252

Curriculum and quality

Box 253-254

Finances in general

Box 254

Tuitions and fees

Box 255

Donations

Box 255-256

State and local government support

Box 256-257

Federal activities in higher education

Box 257-258

Federal research aid

Box 258

Federal grants

Box 259

Federal control issue

 

Church-state issue (constitutional, etc.)

Box 259-263

Student aid (scholarships, loans, work-study, etc.)

Box 264

Tax relief

 

Deductions, exemptions, flat percentage credits

Box 264-265

Sliding scale tax credits

Box 265

Medical schools

 

Engineering and science

Box 266

Student unrest

 

General

 

Causes of disturbances

Box 267

Student demands

 

Organizational tactics

 

Faculty and administration response

 

Governmental response

 

Public opinion

 

Consequences of disturbances

 

Descriptions of disturbances

 

High school unrest

 

Other

 

Supply and demand

Box 268-269

Place and scope of education, to 1959

 

Population and enrollment, to 1962

 

Effort for education, to 1962

Box 270

Total school personnel, to 1962

 

Teacher util., to 1961

Box 271

TV and movies, to 1962

Box 271-273

Curriculum, to 1960

 

"WHAT MAKES IVAN RUN?"

Box 273

Materials and first drafts

 

Books

 

Preface

 

Chapters

Box 274

I

 

II

 

III

Box 275

IV

 

V

Box 276

VI

 

VII

 

VIII

 

IX

 

X

 

Trip notes

 

USSR trip, 1964

 

Film problems

 

Trip plans (cosmos, etc.)

 

Publicity

Box 277

Kabul-Tashkent flight

 

Speeches on trip

Box 277-278

White House Conference on Education, 1955

Box 278

U.S. Office of Education, "Public School Finance Programs of the U.S.," controversy

 

Committee of Four

 

Drafts and reports

 

Final reports

Box 278-279

White House Conference of Education

 

General

 

Finance - staff papers

 

Education - by states

Box 279

Alabama

 

Alaska

 

Arizona

 

Arkansas

Box 280

California

 

General

 

Miscellaneous

 

Takes

 

Education

 

1964-65

 

1961-63

Box 281

1958 (and prior) - 1960

 

Colorado

 

Connecticut

 

Delaware

Box 282

District of Columbia

 

Florida

 

Georgia

 

Hawaii

 

Idaho

 

Illinois

Box 283

Indiana

 

Iowa

 

Kansas

 

Kentucky

 

Louisiana

 

Maine

 

Maryland

 

Massachusetts

Box 284

Michigan

 

Minnesota

 

Mississippi

 

Missouri

 

Montana

 

Nebraska

 

Nevada

 

New Hampshire

 

New Jersey

 

New Mexico

Box 285

New York

 

General

 

1961-on to 1960

 

to 1960

Box 286

North Carolina

 

North Dakota

 

Ohio

 

Oklahoma

 

Oregon

 

Pennsylvania

 

Rhode Island

 

South Carolina

Box 287

South Dakota

 

Tennessee

 

Texas

 

Utah

 

1964

Box 288

1960-63

 

prior to 1960

 

Vermont

 

Virginia

 

Washington

Box 289

West Virginia

 

Wisconsin

 

Wyoming

 

Other countries

 

Correspondence, 1971-73

Box 290

A

 

Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations

 

American Enterprise Institute

 

American Security Council

 

Applications

 

B

 

Baroody, William J., Jr.

 

Baroody, William J., Sr.

 

Boberg, Anna

 

C

Box 291

Census Advisory Committee on Privacy and Confidentiality

 

General

 

Washington, D.C., September 1973

 

Citizens for Educational Freedom

 

D

 

Donner Foundation

 

E

 

F

 

G

 

Glenn, Thomas L.

Box 292

Governmental Research Association

 

Griffen, Joy

 

H

 

Campbell, W. Glenn

 

Campbell, Rita R.

 

Board of Overseers meeting, Hoover Institution

 

July 21, 1972

 

July 19, 1973

 

Hoover Institution Research Program in the 1970s

 

Hoover Centennial lectures

 

Inter-collegiate Studies Institute, Inc.

 

J

 

K

 

L

 

Library Bulletin

 

Mc

Box 293

M

 

Miscellaneous

 

25th Anniversary Meeting, the Mont Pelerin Society, Montreux, Switzerland, September 3-9, 1972

 

N

 

National Industrial Conference Board

 

National Tax Association, Tax Institute of America

 

National Tax Association, Committee on Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations

 

O

 

P-Q

 

Philadelphia Society

 

R

 

S

 

Sanders, Maryelinor

 

Shockley, William B.

Box 294

Stanford University

 

T

 

U

 

V

 

William Volker Fund

 

W

 

Wall Street Journal

 

Wilkinson, Ernest L.

 

X-Y-Z

 

Higher education

 

General

Box 295

Faculty

 

Finances

 

Federal activities

Box 296-297

Federal grants

 

Student aid

 

Tax relief

 

Medical schools

 

Engineering and science

 

Speeches and articles, 4/62 - 10/63

Box 298

The Catholic World and the Catholic Reporter, Big Government and the Moral Order, May 1962

 

The Graduate Journal (Texas), Aid to Higher Education, 1962

 

Book Review - Journal of Finance, Rivlin's "Role of Government in Financing Higher Education," June 1962

 

Mt. St. Mary's College Panel Discussion, 7/18/62

 

Speech, Rotary Club, West Los Angeles, 7/19/62

 

Public Works, preliminary drafts

Box 299

National Legislative Service Conference, Phoenix, September 21, 1962

 

Letter re: ADC paper at Phoenix

 

Public Works, final draft and correspondence

Box 300

Center for Strategic Studies Conference, 1/25/63

 

Work paper, statistics, drafts

 

Correspondence and final text

 

Priorities - W.G.C.

 

Analysis of Education Message, Senator Dirksen, February 1963

 

Analysis of Aid to Education, Representative Taft, 3/14/63

 

Tax Cuts or Tax Reform, AEI, 3/63

Box 301

Economic Priorities (Conservative Papers), May 1963

 

Senate Testimony

 

May 1963, correspondence

 

May 27, 1963

Box 302

University of Wisconsin Seminar, June 10-22, 1963

 

Tax Credits, AEI Booklet, September 1963

 

Senior Colloquium, Autumn 1963, SC13, Tax Reform and Expenditure Policy

 

Los Altos Republican Women, 10/14/63

 

Speech, League of California Cities, SF, CA, October 22, 1963

 

Speeches and articles, 1951 - 7/1958

Box 303

Fact and Fiction on Washington State's Tax Burden, February 1953

 

The Controller's Responsibility in Public Affairs, December 1952

 

Your Dollar's Worth of State Government, June 1952

 

State and Local Tax Burden in 48 States

 

January 1953

 

Answers from other states on tax figues and fiscal data for S and L tax table

 

What Price State Government? Reporting to the Taxpayers, March 1953

Box 304

How Can Voters Understand?, September 1953

 

State Aid and Support of Our Public Schools, State Government, 10/1953

 

State Aid and Support of Public Schools, October 1953

 

The Future of State-Local Relations, November 1953

 

How Fast Will State and Local Government Spending Rise?, 2/1954

 

Can the State Budget Be Balanced?, April 1954

 

A Hundred Billion in State and Local Public Works, May 1954

Box 305

Outlook for State Governments, 8/54

 

Our Federal System at the Crossroads

 

11/54

 

Vital speeches, 3-15-55

 

State and Local Tax Burden, February 1955

 

Hearing Before House Education Committee, Washington, D.C., April 26, 1955

 

Federal Aid to School Construction, April 1955

 

The Property Tax - Bulwark of Local Government, July 1955

 

American Enterprise Association, November 1955

 

"Federal Aid to Education Boon or Bane"

Box 306

Government's Role in Education, White House Conference, November 1955

 

Tax Journal, March & June 1956, Crisis in School Finance I & II

 

Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana, March 9, 1956, "Shifting Pattern of Responsibility"

 

School and Society, March 17, 1956, "A New Look at Federal Aid to Education"

 

GRA Reporter, 3156, "Grass Roots Wither at Education Meeting"

 

Utah Foundation, May 10, 1956

 

Civil Federation, Chicago, "Dollars and Sense in Education," October 31, 1956

 

National Municipal League, Memphis, Tennessee, November 11-12, 1956

Box 307

Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, April 26, 1957, "Federal Aid to Education Boon or Bane"

 

Education Section, "Federal Expense Policy for Health, Education, Social Security," WGC at JEC panel

 

Governmental Research Association, Chicago, September 25, 1957, "Are We Shortchanging the Schools?"

 

Illinois State Chamber of Commerce, 10/18/57, "How Illinois Measures Up in Meeting Its Sch. Pro."

 

Public Works - Fond Hope and Harsh Realities, November 1957

 

Joint Economic Committee of Congress, "Public Works - Fond Hope and Harsh Realities," November 1957

 

Bolivia: A Case Study in Foreign Aid, December 1957

 

Gwinn Study, Congressional Record, 1/15/58

 

Talk, New Mexico Taxpayers Association, Santa Fe, New Mexico, April 2, 1958

 

"Are the American People Starving Their Schools?" July 1958

 

Speeches and articles, August 1958-1960

Box 308

School Needs and State Finance, SF, August 11, 1958, Nasbo, 19th annual meeting

 

Rough Weather Ahead for State Finances and School Support, 9/18/58, National Legislative Conference

 

GRA Meeting, 10/6/-8/58, Shawnee on Delaware

 

Speech before the National Legislative Conference, Boston, MA, 9/18/58

Box 309

Talk to D.C. Republicans, 11/6/58

 

GRA Meeting, 10/6-8/58

 

Arden House Conference, November 11, 1958

 

Annual Meeting of the Iowa Taxpayers Association, 12/1/58, Des Moines, Iowa

 

Farm Bureau Federation, December 8, 1958

 

Excerpts from Reviews and Comments on "School Needs in the Decade Ahead," 1958

 

National School Boards Association Conference, January 25-28, 1959, SF, CA

Box 310

Federal Aid to Education, February 1959

Box 311

Parade article, May 10, 1959

 

Roger Freeman Answers NEA, April-May 1959

 

"How Shall We Pay For the Schools?" American Farm Bureau Federation, Columbus, Ohio, June 30, 1959

 

Unmet Needs in Education for W.M. Volker Fund, July 1959

 

Speech, "Community Leadership Seminar of Fels Institute and Greater Philadelphia Movement," 12/16/59

Box 312

Federal Aid to Education, 1960

 

Speech, Governmental Research Association, St. Louis, October 3, 1960

Box 313

National Municipal League, Phoenix, Arizona, November 13-16, 1960

 

Speeches and articles, 1961 - 3/1962

 

NTA Committee on Financing, Education-Report, January 1961

 

Senate Republican Policy Committee

 

Article for "Nation's Business", 1/31/61, AEA, Bill Analysis

Box 314

Speech, Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women, March 10, 1961

 

Testimony before Senate, March 13, 1961

 

Speech, Brookings Institute, Cottage Grove, Eugene, Oregon, March 16, 1961

 

Press conference, 3/27/61

 

Article for Nation's Business, March 28, 1961

 

Speech, Methodists Men's Meeting, Alhambra, April 25, 1961

 

CMC Parents' Day, "Federal Aid to Education," 4/22/61

 

Kiwanis Club, Ontario, April 28, 1961

 

Chamber of Commerce speech, Los Angeles, May 4, 1961

 

Claremont Republican Club, May 11, 1961

 

Monrovia Women's Club, May 11, 1961

Box 315

Municipal Finance Officers Association, Seattle, Washington, May 21-25, 1961

 

Wall Street Journal "Private Enterprise Beats Government Planning in Asia," June 19, 1961

 

House Republican Policy Committee Education Study, June 29, 1961

 

Los Angeles CoC Federal Affairs Committee, Alhambra Kiwanis, July 24 & 26

Box 315-316

Claremont Men's College Tax Seminar

Box 316

Debate Manual, September 1961

 

Senate Committee Welfare, September 12, 1961

Box 317

Western Governmental Research Association Conference, Berkeley, September 28-29, 1961

 

Princeton Alumni Weekly, 9/29/61

 

County Supervisors Association of California, San Francisco, October 4-6, 1961

 

California County Welfare Directors Association, November 16, 1961

Box 318

The Catholic World, Tax Credits, January 1962

 

Brookings Rehabilitation Conference, Santa Barbara, 2/5/62

 

Ave Maria, School Aid Debate, March 1962

 

Graduate Symposium, Dallas, March 19, 1962

Box 319-321

School Busing

 

Miscellaneous

Box 322-325

Commission on Intergovernmental Relations

 

Correspondence, 1957-1960

Box 325

A

 

American Farm Bureau Federation

 

Aloras, Pilar

 

B

 

Bans, Herbert

 

Beckett, John A.

 

Burrell's

 

C

 

Claremont Men's College

 

Commission on National Goals

Box 326

D

 

F

 

Freeman, Roger (personal)

 

Furman, James M., Jr.

 

G

 

Gwinn, Ralph W.

 

H

 

I

 

Institute for Social Science Research

 

J

 

K

 

L

Box 327

Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce

 

M

 

Moley, Raymond

 

N

 

National Municipal League

 

O

 

P

 

Q

 

R

Box 328

S

 

T

 

U

 

V

 

Volker (William) Fund

 

W

 

XYZ

 

Old letters

 

Filled requisitions, 1960

 

Correspondence, 1961-63

Box 329

A

 

Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (from 1957)

 

America

 

B

 

Bernstein, Michael J.

 

Bingham, Jo

Box 330

Blum, Rev. Virgil

 

Boarman, Patrick M.

 

Bureau of the Census

 

C

 

Cowling, Donald J.

 

Curtis, Thomas B.

 

D

 

E

 

F

 

Foundation for Voluntary Welfare

 

G

 

Goldwater, Barry

 

Governmental Research Association, Inc.

Box 331

H

 

Howard, John A.

 

I

 

Institute for Social Research

 

J

 

K

 

L

 

Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce

 

M

 

McGucken, Archbishop

 

McIntyre, Cardinal

 

Moley, Raymond

 

N

 

National Association of Tax Administrators

 

National Municipal League

Box 332

National Tax Association

 

O

 

P

 

Q

 

R

 

Relm Foundation

 

Research and Publications Committee (Hoover)

Box 333

Requisitions

 

S

 

Stanford University

 

T

 

Tax Institute

 

U

 

V

 

W

Box 334

Wall Street Journal

 

Wilkinson, Ernest L.

 

XYZ

 

Correspondence, 1964-67

 

A

 

Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations

 

Alchian, Arline

 

American Enterprise Institute

 

Applications for assistant

 

Arlington House Publishers

 

B

 

Baroody, William J., Jr.

 

Bernstein, Michael J.

 

Birkin, D.

 

Blum, Rev. Virgil

Box 335

Boarman, Patrick M.

 

Bolling, Landrum R.

 

Brock, Bill

 

Byers, William

 

Center for American Studies

 

Chamber of Commerce of the U.S.

 

Citizens National Committee for Higher Education

 

Cornuelle, Richard

 

Curtis, Thomas B.

 

D

 

Dirksen, Everett M.

 

E

 

F

 

Foundation for Voluntary Welfare

 

Fry, Brian

 

G

Box 336

Goldwater, Barry

 

Governmental esearch Association, Inc.

 

H

 

Haldane

 

Healy, Patrick

 

Hoover Institution

 

Hurley, Francis T.

 

I

 

J

 

K

 

Kennedy Institute of Politics (Harvard)

 

Kirwan, J.R.

 

Kuehnelt-Leddihn, Erik R., von

 

L

Box 337

Lincoln Foundation

 

M

 

McCormick, Robert L.

 

McGucken, Archbishop

 

N

 

National Review

 

National Tax Association

Box 338

National Tax Association

 

O

 

Olin Foundation, Inc. (Charles L. Horn)

 

P

 

Phalanx

 

Philadelphia Society, The

 

Q

 

R

 

Relm Foundation

 

Research and Publications Committee (Hoover)

 

Ribicoff, Senator Abraham

 

Romney, George

Box 339

S

 

Shockley, William B.

 

Stanford University

 

Stanford Faculty Club

 

Stans, Maurice

 

T

 

Tax Institute

 

Time: Touche, Ross, Bailey & Smart

 

U

 

U.S. government (various departments)

 

V

 

Volker Fund

Box 340

W

 

Wall Street Journal

 

War Colleges budgets

 

War On Poverty

 

Wilkinson, Ernest L.

 

XYZ

 

Correspondence, 1968-1970

 

A

 

Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations

 

Allen, Richard

 

Applications for assistant

Box 341

Applications for assistant

 

B

 

Baroody, William J.

 

C

 

D

 

E

 

F

 

Fry, Brian

 

G

 

Governmental Research Association

Box 342

H

 

Hoover Institution

 

I

 

Intercollegiate Studies Institute, Inc.

 

J

 

K

 

L

 

M

Box 343

Mc

 

Manis, Rod

 

Miscellaneous

 

Moley, Raymond

 

N

 

National Tax Association

 

Nixon, Richard M.

 

O

 

P-Q

 

Philadelphia Society, The

 

Parents Rights, Inc.

 

R

 

Republican Research Reports

 

R.O.T.C., 1969

 

S

 

Shockley, William B.

Box 344

Stanford University

 

Stanford Republican Club

 

T

 

Tax Institute of America

 

U

 

V

 

Wilkinson, Ernest L.

 

Wyden, Edith

 

XYZ

Box 345

National Tax Association

 

General

 

J.L. Ruether

 

Correspondence

Box 346

Committee on the Financing of Public Education

 

Conference, 1959

Box 347

Public education

Box 348

Membership lists, notes on meetings, progress reports

 

Lists, drafts, letters, etc.

 

Bolivia, 1951-57

Box 349-350

Bolivia, 1951-57

 

Office of Governor of Washington

Box 351-353

1950-56

Box 353-359

1953-56

Box 359-361

Property Tax

Box 362-363

Public Works, 1954-1963

Box 364

Republican Program, 1963-64

Box 365-373

"School Needs in the Decade Ahead"

Box 374-376

Taxes for schools

Box 376-381

Welfare by states

Box 381-383

White House files, 1969-1970

Box 384-464

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