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Guide to the Records of the Committee on Academic Freedom during the loyalty oath controversy, 1949-1952
CU-9.26  
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box 1, folder 1

Committee report: The consequences of the abrogation of tenure, Feb. 1, 1951

folder 2

Correspondence, 1949-July 1950

folder 3

Correspondence, Sept-Dec 1950 (nothing in August)

folder 4

Correspondence, Jan-Aug 1951

folder 5

Correspondence, Sept-Dec 1951

folder 6

Correspondence, 1952

folder 7

Academic Senate statements, reports, etc.

folder 8

Bisson, T.A. Statement, 1952

folder 9

Deutsch, Monroe E. "Academic tenure at the University of California" n.d. (after Oct 1950)

folder 10

Deutsch, Monroe E. "Let there be light on academic freedom" Speech, 1951

folder 11

Hodgen, Margaret T. "Karl Marx and the social scientists" Reprint of article, 1951

folder 12

Radin, Max. "The loyalty oath at the University of California" Typescript of article that originally appeared in the American Scholar, Summer 1950, with an addendum by the editors of another publication

folder 13

Sproul, Robert Gordon. Charter Day banquet speech, 1953

folder 14

Miscellaneous notes. Mainly unidentified manuscript notes, presumably by Stanley

folder 15

Membership and mailing lists

box 2, folder 1-2

Position papers, statements, etc., from other institutions and groups

folder 3

Galleys of Committee's interim report, Feb. 1951

folder 4

California legislative bills relating to loyalty oaths, 1951