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Folder 20

"The Hiss Ruling's Contradictions," Wall Street Journal, Aug. 25, 1975. Typescript, printed copy, and letters by Arnold Beichman and others, 1975

Folder 21

"...And a Reply," Wall Street Journal, Sept. 29, 1975. Letter to the editor relating to comments by John F. Burke on Hook's article "The Hiss Ruling's Contradictions." Holograph, printed copy, typescript and printed copies of Burke's comments, and correspondence with William Fitelson and others, 1975

Folder 22

"The Promise of Humanism," Humanist, Sept.-Oct. 1975. Printed copy, printed copies of articles by Albert Ellis and Jerome D. Frank, and letter, 1975

Folder 23

Statement, U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance hearings, Oct. 3, 1975. Relates to affirmative action programs. Typescript

Folder 24

"In Defense of Terminological Sobriety: A Reply to Professor Kellner," Journal of Politics, Nov. 1975. Reply to Menachem Marc Kellner. Printed copy and letters, 1975

Folder 25

"Sidney Hook's Rejoinder," Humanist, Nov.-Dec. 1975. Reply to comments by Jerome D. Frank on Hook's article "The Promise of Humanism." Printed copy, and printed copy of Frank's comments, 1975

Box 77., Folder 1

"The Tyranny of Reverse Discrimination," Change, Dec. 1975-Jan. 1976. Printed copy

Folder 2

Foreword to James Gouinlock, ed., The Moral Writings of John Dewey, 1976. Letters, 1975-1976

Folder 3

"Higher Education and Morality," in Private Higher Education: The Job Ahead, 1976. Printed copy, and letters by Mark Sheldon and others, 1975-1977

Folder 4

"Intelligence and Human Rights," in The Writer and the World: Essays by Sidney Hook, Walter E. Williams and A. Lawrence Chickering, 1976. Holograph, typescript, printed copies, and letters, 1976

Folder 5

Introduction to John Dewey, The Middle Works of John Dewey, Vol. II, 1976. Letters by Jo Ann Boydston and others, 1974-1977

Folder 6

"The Strange Case of Whittaker Chambers," Encounter, Jan. 1976. Holograph, printed copy, typescript and galleys of a reply by Diana Trilling, typescript reply to Trilling by Hook, printed article by Lionel Trilling, and correspondence with Arnold Beichman, Robert A. Hessen, Lewis Lapham, Melvin J. Lasky, Isaac Don Levine, Norman Podhoretz, Meyer Schapiro, Diana Trilling, Allen Weinstein and others, 1975-1976

Folder 7

Untitled memoir, Jan. 1976. Relates to Hans Reichenbach. Holograph

Folder 8

Letter to the editor, Christianity Today, Feb. 15, 1976 (date written). Relates to religion. Holograph

Folder 9

Review of John P. Diggins, Up from Communism, New Republic, Feb. 21, 1976. Notes, typescript, printed copy, and letters, 1975-1976

Folder 10

Speech, March 18, 1976. Remarks to the Chancellors' Colloquium. Typescript

Folder 11

"Alger Hiss: The Continuing Whitewash," Wall Street Journal, March 22, 1976. Review of John Chabot Smith, Alger Hiss: The True Story. Typescript, printed copy and correspondence, 1976

Folder 12

"Intelligence, Morality and Foreign Policy," Freedom at Issue, March-April 1976. Printed copies, printed comments by Arthur L. Jacobs, and letters by Jacobs, Leo Cherne, Isaac Don Levine, Richard W. Lyman, Sidney Ratner, Leonard R. Sussman, Donald W. Treadgold and others, 1976-1978

Folder 13

"To Make Men Free: Liberty and Learning in America," April 7, 1976. Speech, Sam Rayburn Public Affairs Symposium, East Texas State University, Commerce, Tex. Typescripts, program, and letters, 1976

Folder 14

"Criticism of Pound," Stanford Daily, April 26, 1976. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Donald Davie on Ezra Pound. Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of Davie's comments, and letter, 1976

Folder 15

"Pound's Guilt," Stanford Daily, May 11, 1976 (date written). Relates to a reply by Donald Davie to Hook's letter to the editor "Criticism of Pound." Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1976

Folder 16

"Towards Greater Equality," May 28, 1976. Speech, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Program announcement

Folder 17

"Morris Cohen: Fifty Years Later," American Scholar, Summer 1976. Clipping, printed copy, printed articles, letter to the editor by Milton Konvitz, and correspondence with Milton Hindus, Konvitz, Irving Kristol, David Riesman, Edward Shils, Paul Weiss and others, 1975-1981

Folder 18

Letter to the editor, New Republic, June 12, 1976. Relates to reply by John P. Diggins to Hook's review of Diggins' book Up From Communism. Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of Diggins' comments, and letters, 1976

Folder 19

Letter to the editor, New York Times, June 22, 1976 (date written). Relates to comments by William V. Shannon on secularism. Typescript

Folder 20

"Bertrand Russell the Man," Commentary, July 1976. Review of Ronald W. Clark, The Life of Bertrand Russell, Dora Russell, The Tamarisk Tree, and Katharine Tait, My Father Bertrand Russell. Typescript, galleys, printed copy, and letters, 1976

Folder 21

"The Legacy of 1776, and a New Call for Freedom," American Views, July 5, 1976. Printed copy and letter, 1976

Box 78., Folder 1

Review of Michael Harrington, The Twilight of Capitalism: A Marxian Epitaph, New Republic, Aug. 7-14, 1976. Typescript, printed copy, proof copy of book, copies of reviews by John Kenneth Galbraith and Daniel Bell, and letter by James T. Farrell, 1977

Folder 2

"The Social Democratic Prospect," New America, Aug.-Sept. 1976. Printed copy, and letters by Carl Gershman, Albert Glotzer, Milton R. Konvitz and others, 1976-1977

Folder 3

"Can the University Survive Equal Access?" Change, Sept. 1976. Review of Sterling M. McMurrin, ed., On the Meaning of the University. Printed copy and letter by Richard W. Lyman, 1976

Folder 4

"A Symposium: What Is a Liberal: Who Is a Conservative?" Commentary, Sept. 1976. Contribution to a symposium. Printed copy

Folder 5

"The Big Casino in the Sky," New York Times, Sept. 3, 1976. Typescript, printed copy, and letters, 1976

Folder 6

"Is Secular Humanism a Religion?" Humanist, Sept.-Oct. 1976. Printed copy and letter, 1976

Folder 7

Review of Andrei D. Sakharov, My Country and the World, Russian Review, Oct. 1976. Printed copy

Folder 8

"Reflections on the Metaphysics of John Dewey: Experience and Nature," Oct. 7, 1976. Speech, International Bicentennial Symposium on Philosophy, New York City. Holograph, typescript, printed copy, program, and letters by Ralph Ross and others, 1976-1977

Folder 9

"The Meaning of Freedom," Nov. 3, 1976. Speech, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y. Printed copy and letters, 1976-1977

Folder 10

"A Voice from Another Shore," Humanist, Nov.-Dec. 1976. Review of Lev Navrozov, The Education of Lev Navrozov. Printed copy, and letters by Navrozov and another, 1976

Folder 11

"An Interview with Sidney Hook," Forum, Dec. 1976. Printed copy

Folder 12

The Ethics of Teaching and Scientific Research, 1977 (co- editor with Paul Kurtz and Miro Todorovich). Press release

Folder 13

"Moralistic Improprieties of Senator Church," 1977. Holograph (fragment)

Folder 14

"Some Memories of Columbia Days," 1977. Correspondence, 1977

Folder 15

"Letters from George Santayana," American Scholar, Winter 1977. Printed copy

Folder 16

"Reply to Mr. Mortimer Smith," American Scholar, Winter 1977. Relates to comments by Mortimer Smith on Hook's article "Morris Cohen: Fifty Years Later." Typescript

Folder 17

"The New Religiosity," Humanist, Jan.-Feb. 1977. Printed copy

Folder 18

"A Statement Affirming Evolution as a Principle of Science," Humanist, Jan.-Feb. 1977 (co-signer with others). Printed copy

Folder 19

"Lillian Hellman's Scoundrel Time," Encounter, Feb. 1977. Review of Lillian Hellman, Scoundrel Time. Printed copy, clipping, and correspondence with Saul Bellow, William F. Buckley, Jr., Leo Cherne, Milton R. Konvitz, Norman Podhoretz, Ernest van den Haag, and others, 1976-1981

Folder 20

"A Farewell to Bertram D. Wolfe," Feb. 23, 1977. Eulogy for Bertram D. Wolfe. Typescript and letters, 1977-1982

Folder 21

Open letter to President Jimmy Carter, March 1977 (co-author with others). Relates to affirmative action programs. Typescript, clippings, and letters by Seymour Martin Lipset and Miro M. Todorovich, 1977

Folder 22

Letter to the editor, New York Times, March 17, 1977 (date written). Relates to U.S. foreign relations. Typescript

Folder 23

"Racial and Sexual Quotas: They're Not Only Illegal, They're Immoral," New York Daily News, March 27, 1977. Printed copy, clippings, and letters, 1978

Folder 24

Speech, March 31, 1977. Address presenting Eugene Victor Debs Award to George Meany, Washington, D.C. Holograph and typescript

Folder 25

"To Teach the Truth, without Let or Hindrance," Chronicle of Higher Education, April 4, 1977. Printed copy and letters, 1976-1977

Folder 26

"Marxists and Non-Marxists," Times Literary Supplement, April 29, 1977. Relates to a review by Ghita Ionescu of Hook's book Revolution, Reform and Social Justice. Typescript

Folder 27

"Sidney Hook Replies to a Critic of His Views on the Selzer Case and Academic Freedom," Chronicle of Higher Education, May 23, 1977. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Leonard Marsak on Hook's article "To Teach the Truth, without Let or Hindrance." Typescript, printed copy, and letter by Michael Selzer, 1977-1979

Folder 28

"Karl Marx: The Massive Dissent," June 2, 1977. Television broadcast. Typescript and contract, 1977

Folder 29

"Soviet Constitution Protects State, Not People," Kansas City Star, July 3, 1977. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, and clippings, 1977

Folder 30

Letter to the editor, Times Literary Supplement, July 22, 1977 (date written). Relates to a review by John Passmore of The Works of William James. Typescript

Folder 31

"Socialism Means Freedom," New America, Oct. 1977. Interview. Printed copy

Folder 32

"No: 'Reverse Discrimination' Isn't Fair to Those More Qualified," National Enquirer, Oct. 24, 1977. Letter to the editor. Typescript and letter, 1977

Box 79., Folder 1

"Marxism and Crypto-Marxism," New York Times, Oct. 26, 1977. Galleys, printed copy, and correspondence with Norman Jacobs, Leland B. Yeager, and another, 1977-1978

Folder 2

Letter to the editor, Encounter, Dec. 20, 1977 (date written). Relates to comments by Martin Esslin on Bertolt Brecht. Typescript, printed excerpts, and proof copy of Esslin's letter to the editor

Folder 3

The University and the State: What Role for Government in Higher Education?1978 (co-editor with Paul Kurtz and Miro Todorovich). Review and contract, 1977

Folder 4

"Bernstein's Contribution to Social Democracy," New America, Jan. 1978. Printed copy and letter, 1978

Folder 5

Statement, Feb. 6, 1978 (co-author with other members of the Committee on Academic Nondiscrimination and Integrity). Relates to affirmative action programs. Typescript, printed copy, press release, clippings, and letters, 1977-1978

Folder 6

"Of I.Q. Tests and the Desire to Succeed," New York Times, March 3, 1978. Letter to the editor relating to comments by George Albee. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 7

Letter to the editor, New York Times, March 20, 1978 (date written). Relates to comments by Alden Whitman on Hook's relation with the Communist Party. Typescript, printed copy of Whitman's comments, clipping, and letter, 1978

Folder 8

Letter to the editor, New York Times, March 27, 1978 (date written). Relates to comments by George Albee on Hook's letter to the editor "Of I.Q. Tests and the Desire to Succeed." Holograph, and typescript reply by Albee

Folder 9

"Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy," Commentary, April 1978. Symposium contribution. Galleys, and letters by Carl Gershman and another, 1978

Folder 10

"Politics on the Obituary Page," National Review, April 28, 1978 (published anonymously). Typescript, printed copy, clipping, and letters to James Burnham and another, 1978

Folder 11

"Beyond Freedom Lies Terror," Business and Society Review, Summer 1978. Printed copy

Folder 12

Review of Kostas Axelos, Alienation, Praxis, and Techne in the Thought of Karl Marx, Journal of Economic History, Summer 1978. Typescript, printed copy, and postcard, 1978

Folder 13

Review of John G. Gurley, Challengers to Capitalism: Marx, Lenin, and Mao, Slavic Review, June 1978. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1977-1978

Folder 14

Review of Eugen Loebl, My Mind on Trial, Slavic Review, June 1978. Printed copy

Folder 15

"Only Merit Should Count," Christian Science Monitor, June 21, 1978. Printed copy and letter, 1978

Folder 16

"Above All, Freedom," Time, June 26, 1978. Contribution to symposium on Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. Printed copy, advertisement, and letters by Werner Dannhauser and others, 1978-1979

Folder 17

"The Case of Alger Hiss: A Historian's Verdict," Encounter, Aug. 1978. Review of Allen Weinstein, Perjury: The Hiss-Chambers Case. Typescript, galleys, and correspondence with Daniel Bell and another, 1978

Folder 18

"Justice for All: Preference for Some? The Case Against," Bell Telephone Magazine, Autumn 1978. Printed copy and letter

Folder 19

"Home Truths," Commentary, Sept. 1978. Review of Yvonne Kapp, Eleanor Marx. Printed copy, and letter by Murray Povzea, 1978

Folder 20

Letter to the editor, Contemporary Sociology, Sept. 1978. Relates to a review by Jerome H. Skolnick of Ernest van den Haag's book Punishing Criminals. Printed copy, typescript and printed copies of comments by Skolnick, Van den Haag and Hans Toch, and letter, 1978

Folder 21

"The Triumph of Racism?" Freedom at Issue, Sept.-Oct. 1978. Printed copy

Folder 22

"The True Meaning of the Pumpkin," Oct. 31, 1978. Speech, Pumpkin Papers Irregulars meeting, San Francisco. Printed copy, program, and letters by Paul Seabury, 1978-1979

Folder 23

"Solzhenitsyn and Secular Humanism: A Response," Humanist, Nov.-Dec. 1978. Reply to a Harvard University commencement address given by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. Printed copy, printed copy of Solzhenitsyn's speech, and letters, 1978-1979

Folder 24

"The Conceptual Structure of Power: An Overview," in Donald W. Harward, ed., Power: Its Nature, Its Use, and Its Limits, 1979. Typescript, proofs, and correspondence with Harward and others, 1978-1979

Folder 25

Eulogy for Rose Zinkin, 1979. Holograph

Folder 26

"John Dewey: A Hundred Years Later," 1979. Typescript

Folder 27

"Marxism and Liberty," Dialogue, Winter 1979. Printed copy

Folder 28

"Anti-Semitism in the Academy: Some Pages of the Past," Midstream, Jan. 1979. Galleys, printed copy, and correspondence with Arthur P. Davis, Meyer Schapiro and others, 1976-1979

Folder 29

"David Caute's Fable of 'Fear and Terror,'" Encounter, Jan. 1979. Review of David Caute, The Great Fear: The Anti- Communist Purge under Truman and Eisenhower. Holograph notes, galleys, printed copy, and letter, 1979

Folder 30

"Social Democracy Means Human Freedom: A Response to the Conservatives," New America, Jan. 1979. Printed copies

Folder 31

"'A Tale of Mystery - and Detection,'" Encounter, March 1979. Reply to comments by Eric Jacobs and Margaret Stern on Hook's review "The Case of Alger Hiss: A Historian's Verdict." Holograph, typescript, printed copy, and printed copies of comments by Jacobs, Stern and Allen Weinstein, 1979

Box 80., Folder 1

"Solzhenitsyn and Western Freedom: How Serious a Challenge?" March 28, 1979. Speech, Issues in Liberal Education Conference, University of Oklahoma, Norman. Typescript, galleys, printed copy, program, and letters, 1979-1981

Folder 2

Letter to the editor, New York Times, April 4, 1979 (date written). Relates to comments by Donald Meiklejohn on liberty of speech. Typescript, and printed copy of Meiklejohn's comments

Folder 3

"Alternatives to Collective Bargaining," April 24, 1979. Speech, National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education, New York City. Typescript, printed copy, and program

Folder 4

"Ideology of the Labor Movement," April 26, 1979. Speech, Los Angeles Trade-Technical College. Notes and announcement

Folder 5

"Cosmology and Ethics," New Republic, May 5, 1979. Letter to the editor. Printed copy

Folder 6

"Hook vs. Wills," May 21, 1979, Time. Relates to freedom of ideas. Typescript

Folder 7

"Political Wish-Thinking and the Eurocommunist Myth," Policy Review, Summer 1979. Review of Roy Godson and Stephen Haseler, Eurocommunism: Implications for East and West. Holograph, printed copy, and letters, 1979

Folder 8

"Remembering Max Eastman," American Scholar, Summer 1979. Review of William L. O'Neill, The Last Romantic: A Life of Max Eastman. Printed copy, contract, and correspondence with O'Neill, Lewis Feuer and Jeffrey Hart, 1979-1981

Folder 9

Letter to the editor, Russian Review, July 1979. Relates to a review by Andrzej Korbonski of J. K. Zawodny's book Nothing but Honour. Typescript, printed copy, and letters by Zawodny, 1979

Folder 10

"Renquist-Burger [sic] Dissent on Weber," Measure, Fall 1979. Printed copy

Folder 11

"The Weber Case," Commentary, Sept. 1979 (co-author with Miro Todorovich). Letter to the editor relating to affirmative action programs and the Committee on Academic Nondiscrimination and Integrity. Printed copy

Folder 12

"The Vulnerabilities of Communism," Oct. 26, 1979. Speech, International Freedoms Conference, Philadelphia. Typescripts

Folder 13

"How to Define the Public Good," Nov. 20, 1979. Speech, Symposium on the Perplexed Policymaker, Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. Notes, program, and miscellanea

Folder 14

"Rebuff to Jane Fonda Logical," Dallas Morning News, Nov. 23, 1979. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 15

"Trotsky: The Prophet Who Failed," New America, Dec. 1979. Typescript, galleys, printed copies, and letters, 1979-1980

Folder 16

"Karl Marx (1818-1883)," in New Book of Knowledge, 1980. Typescript and letter, 1979

Folder 17

Philosophy and Public Policy, 1980. Reviews, contract, press release, printed excerpts, miscellany, and correspondence with Roy Godson, David Sidorsky and others, 1977-1982

Folder 18

Introduction to James H. Wentzel, Countdown 1984: A Review of Federal Government "Minority" Group Preference in Small Business and Public Works Programs (pamphlet), Jan. 1980. Holograph, typescript copy of Wentzel's study, printed copy, and letters from Wentzel and another, 1979

Folder 19

"Liberalism and the Jews," Commentary, Jan. 1980. Symposium contribution. Typescript, galleys, printed copy, and correspondence, 1979-1980

Folder 20

"Memories of John Dewey Days: An Autobiographical Fragment," [St. John's] College, Jan. 1980. Galleys, printed copy, and letter, 1979

Box 81., Folder 1

Letter to the editor, Commentary, Jan. 8, 1980 (date written). Relates to comments by Daniel Bell on liberalism. Typescript, and letters to Bell and Norman Podhoretz, 1980

Folder 2

"The Soviet Britannica: An Intellectual Obscenity," Midstream, Feb. 1980. Holograph, galleys, printed copy, clipping, and letter, 1979

Folder 3

"Three Intellectual Women," Feb. 6, 1980 (date written). Primarily relates to Diana Trilling, but planned to include Mary McCarthy and Hannah Arendt. Typescript fragment

Folder 4

"The 'Radical' Tilt against Academic Freedom," Measure, Spring 1980. Printed copy, and letters by Milton Friedman and another, 1980

Folder 5

"Spectral Marxism," American Scholar, Spring 1980. Review of Leszek Kolakowski, Main Currents of Marxism. Typescript, proof, printed copy, contract, and letters by Burnett Bolloten and others, 1979-1980

Folder 6

"Textbook Detente with Soviets: Just Another Illusion?" Kansas City Star, April 6, 1980. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 7

"Isaiah Berlin's Enlightenment," Commentary, May 1980. Review of Isaiah Berlin, Against the Current. Typescript, galleys, notes, proof copy of Berlin's book, printed copy, printed copy of reviews by Jonathan Lieberson and Sidney Morgenbesser, and letters by Berlin and others, 1980

Folder 8

"The Institute for Social Research: Addendum," Survey, Summer 1980. Typescript, printed copy, galleys of Lewis Feuer's "The Frankfurt Marxists and the Columbia Liberals," and letters by Feuer and Meyer Schapiro, 1980-1981

Folder 9

Letter to the editor, Commentary, July 1980. Relates to comments by Robert Gordis on Hook's article "Isaiah Berlin's Enlightenment." Typescript, typescript copy of Gordis' comments, and letter by Gordis, 1980

Folder 10

"Marx for All Seasons," Commentary, July 1980. Review of Robert L. Heilbroner, Marxism: For and Against. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 11

"Bertrand Russell's Reserve," Midstream, Aug.-Sept. 1980. Reply to comments by Harry Ruja on Hook's review "Bertrand Russell the Man." Typescript

Folder 12

"Disremembering the Thirties," American Scholar, Autumn 1980. Review of Malcolm Cowley, The Dream of the Golden Mountain: Remembering the Thirties. Typescript, printed copy, and letters, 1980

Folder 13

"Academic Freedom in Jeopardy: Time to Strike the Alarm Bell," Measure (supplement), Sept. 1980. Printed copy

Folder 14

Review of Norman Podhoretz, The Present Danger, American Spectator, Sept. 1980. Printed copy, and correspondence with Podhoretz and others, 1980-1981

Folder 15

"Selzer and Academic Freedom," Sept. 1980. Typescript

Folder 16

"Reflections on Tenure and Confidentiality," Measure, Oct. 1980. Printed copy

Folder 17

"Misread 'Secular Humanist Declaration,'" New York Times, Nov. 7, 1980 (co-author with Paul Kurtz). Letter to the editor relating to comments by Samuel A. Turk on "A Secular Humanist Declaration." Printed copy, printed comments by Robert J. Farrell, and letter by Milton R. Konvitz, 1980

Folder 18

"Books for Christmas," American Spectator, Dec. 1980. Short contribution. Printed copy

Folder 19

"Call to Conscience," New York Times, Dec. 14, 1980 (co- signer with others). Political advertisement relating to the United Nations and Israel. Printed copy

Folder 20

"Authoritarian or Totalitarian: What Difference?" 1981. Typescripts

Folder 21

"Science and Civilization," 1981. Speech written for Ronald Reagan or George Bush relating to Andrei Sakharov (not given). Holograph outline and letter, 1981

Folder 22

"The Ground We Stand On: Democratic Humanism," Free Inquiry, Winter 1981. Galleys, printed copy, and correspondence, 1982-1988

Folder 23

"A Secular Humanist Declaration," Free Inquiry, Winter 1981 (co-author with others). Printed copy

Folder 24

Letter to the editor, American Spectator, Jan. 1981. Reply to comments by Paul Gottfried and Frank O'Connell on Hook's review of Norman Podhoretz's book The Present Danger. Typescript, printed copy, and typescript and printed copies of letters by Gottfried and O'Connell, 1980-1981

Folder 25

Review of Stanley Moore, Marx on the Choice between Socialism and Communism, Russian Review, Jan. 1981. Printed copy

Folder 26

Letter to the editor, New America, Jan.-Feb. 1981. Relates to comments by Otto Nathan on Hook's article "Trotsky: The Prophet Who Failed." Typescript, printed copy, typescript and printed copies of Nathan's comments, and letters by Albert Einstein and Lewis Feuer, 1937-1981

Box 82., Folder 1

"The Autonomy of Moral Judgment," Free Inquiry, Spring 1981. Contribution to the symposium "The Secular Humanist Declaration: Pro and Con." Printed copy

Folder 2

"The Classics of Secular Humanism," Free Inquiry, Spring 1981. Contribution to a symposium. Printed copy

Folder 3

"A Critique of Conservatism," National Forum, Spring 1981. Printed copy and letters, 1981

Folder 4

"Misrepresentation," New York Times, April 12, 1981. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Alfred Kazin on communism in education. Typescript, printed copy, and printed copy of Kazin's comments, 1981

Folder 5

"How Exclusive Should Humanists Be?" Free Inquiry, Summer 1981. Response to Karl Popper. Typescript, galleys, and letter, 1981

Folder 6

"'The Future Danger,'" Commentary, Aug. 1981. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Norman Podhoretz on world politics. Printed copy

Folder 7

"Jacobo Timerman," New York Times, Aug. 2, 1981. Letter to the editor relating to the review by Anthony Lewis of a book by Jacobo Timerman. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Leo Cherne, Jeane J. Kirkpatrick, Walter A. Sheldon and others, 1981

Folder 8

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Aug. 10, 1981 (date written). Relates to disarmament. Typescript

Folder 9

"Communism and the American Intellectuals from the Thirties to the Eighties," Free Inquiry, Fall 1981. Printed copies, typescript letter to the editor by Lawrence Cranberg, and clipping, 1981-1982

Folder 10

"To the President of Amherst College," Measure, Fall 1981. Printed copy

Folder 11

"So Schoen War's Frueher Mal in Kalten Kreig," Die Welt, Sept. 12, 1981. Typescript (in English), printed copy, and letter, 1981

Folder 12

"The Worldly Ways of John Kenneth Galbraith," American Spectator, Oct. 1981. Review of John Kenneth Galbraith, A Life in Our Times. Notes, holograph (incomplete), printed copy, and letters by Galbraith and others, 1981

Folder 13

"General Education in a Free Society," Oct. 10, 1981. Speech, Pepperdine University, Malibu, California. Holograph and letters, 1981-1982

Folder 14

"A Million Dollar Gift's Forbidding Proviso," New York Times, Oct. 10, 1981. Letter to the editor relating to endowment of a chair for a black professor at Amherst College. Printed copy, correspondence, press release, and clipping, 1981

Folder 15

"More on Amherst's Cross Chair," Boston Globe, Oct. 15, 1981. Letter to the editor. Printed copy and letter, 1981

Folder 16

"Looking for Threats to the University in the Wrong Place," Oct. 24, 1981. Holograph and letter, 1981

Folder 17

"Human Rights and American Foreign Policy," Commentary, Nov. 1981. Contribution to symposium. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1981

Folder 18

"Books for Christmas," American Spectator, Dec. 1981. Short contribution. Printed copy

Folder 19

Letter to the editor, Free Inquiry, 1982 (date written). Relates to comments by Corliss Lamont on Hook's article "What the Record Shows." Typescript, printed copy of Lamont's comments, and correspondence with Lamont and others, 1982

Folder 20

"Pragmatismus und Marxismus," 1982. Prospectus, contract, and letters, 1982

Folder 21

"The Battle Continues," Measure, Winter 1982. Holograph, typescript, printed copy, legal briefs, legal decisions, and letter, 1981

Folder 22

"What the Record Shows," Free Inquiry, Winter 1982. Relates to comments by Corliss Lamont on Hook's article "How Exclusive Should Humanists Be?" Typescript, galleys, printed copy, and galleys of Lamont's comments, 1981

Folder 23

"Lukacs Hooked," American Spectator, Feb. 1982. Reply to comments by John Lukacs on Hook's article "The Worldly Ways of John Kenneth Galbraith." Typescript, printed copy, typescript and printed copies of Lukacs' comments, and correspondence with William F. Buckley, Jr., John Kenneth Galbraith and others, 1981-1982

Folder 24

"A Call for the Critical Examination of the Bible and Religion," Free Inquiry, Spring 1982 (co-signer with others). Printed copy

Folder 25

"Out of the Depths," American Scholar, Spring 1982. Review of Anton Antonov-Ovseyenko, The Time of Stalin. Typescript, printed copy, contract, and letter, 1981-1982

Box 83., Folder 1-2

"Reflections on the Frankfurt School," March 1982. Address, Marx Symposium, San Francisco. Typescript, agenda and list of participants, typescript copies of papers by other symposium participants, printed article, and notes, 1973-1982

Folder 3

"Soviets Won't Honor Freeze," Stanford Daily, April 23, 1982. Typescripts, printed copy, printed comments by Joe Walder, and letter, 1982

Folder 4

"Nuclear Freeze Talk Needs a New Focus," Peninsula Times- Tribune (Palo Alto, California), April 26, 1982. Interview. Printed copy, and letter by Tom Lantos, 1982

Folder 5

"Key Omission?" Stanford Daily, April 30, 1982. Letter to the editor relating to Hook's article "Soviets Won't Honor Freeze." Typescript and printed copy

Folder 6

"Rights for Potential Crime Victims," Newsday, May 13, 1982. Printed copy

Folder 7

"Verifying a Nuclear Freeze," Stanford Daily, May 13, 1982. Reply to comments by Joe Walder on Hook's article "Soviets Won't Honor Freeze." Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Walder and another, 1982

Folder 8

"My Running Debate with Einstein," Commentary, July 1982. Printed copy, and correspondence with Martin F. Herz, Flora Lewis, Jay Lovestone, John Stachel and others, 1982-1983

Folder 9

"The Nuclear Freeze," Freedom at Issue, July-Aug., 1982. Printed copy

Folder 10

"A Dissent on Kohrmon," Brattleboro [Vt.] Reformer, Aug. 4, 1982. Letter to the editor relating to disarmament. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1982

Folder 11

"An Interview with Sidney Hook at Eighty," Free Inquiry, Fall 1982. Printed copy, and correspondence with G. Merle Bergman, Brand Blanshard, Theodore Draper, and Addison Potter, 1982-1983

Folder 12

"The First Amendment vs. the Rest of the Constitution," Denver Post, Sept. 26, 1982. Printed copy

Folder 13

"The Causes of Cold War," Oct. 25, 1982. Television broadcast. Holograph, transcript, and letter, 1982

Folder 14

"Living with Deep Truths in a Divided World," Oct. 29, 1982. Speech, 80th birthday dinner for Sidney Hook, New York City. Holograph, proofs, printed copies, and letters by Daniel P. Moynihan and others, 1982-1983

Folder 15

"Einstein," Commentary, Nov. 1982. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Otto Nathan on Hook's article "My Running Debate with Einstein." Holograph, printed copy, and typescript and printed copies of Nathan's comments, 1982

Folder 16

"The American Committee for Cultural Freedom," Commentary, Dec. 1982. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Stephen Siteman on Hook's article "My Running Debate with Einstein." Holographs, typescripts, proofs, printed copy, printed excerpt, typescript and printed copies of Siteman's comments, and letters from William Phillips and Norman Podhoretz, 1982

Folder 17

"The Soviet Threat to Peace and Freedom," Washington Times, Dec. 9, 1982. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 18

"A Symposium: The Bishops and the Arms Race," New York Times, Dec. 26, 1982. One of several contributors. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Martin E. Marty, Dennis Paulson and another, 1982-1983

Box 84., Folder 1

"A Comment on Professor Goldman's Paper," 1983. Holograph and typescripts

Folder 2

Foreword to Paul Hollander, The Many Faces of Socialism: Comparative Sociology and Politics, 1983. Holograph and proofs

Folder 3

Marxism and Beyond, 1983. Typescript, contract, printed excerpts, reviews, and correspondence with Stuart E. Colie and others, 1982-1984

Folder 4

Open telegram to Yuri Andropov, 1983 (co-signer with others). Relates to the attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II. Typescript and clipping, 1982-1983

Folder 5

Preface to Roy Godson, Disinformatzia, 1983. Typescript

Folder 6

Letter to the editor, San Francisco Chronicle, Jan. 14, 1983 (date written). Relates to comments by Jacobo Timerman on Israel. Typescript

Folder 7

"Karl Marx versus the Communist Movement," Free Inquiry, Spring 1983. Printed copy

Folder 8

"Ominous Rumblings in the Academy," Measure, March 1983. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 9

"What is at Stake in the Existence of NATO?" Times (London), March 1983 (date written). Typescript and letter, 1984

Folder 10

"Second Thoughts on an Important Distinction," March 8, 1983. Speech, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, D.C. Notes, holograph, and typescript

Folder 11

"Statement Concerning the Disruption of the Thomas Jefferson Lectureship at Berkeley," March 15, 1983. Proposed open letter (to be co-signed with others). Typescript, clippings, and correspondence with Peter Gay, Ira Michael Heyman, Jeane J. Kirkpatrick, and J. R. Pole, 1983

Folder 12

"Human Rights and Foreign Policy," April 21, 1983. Speech, 11th Annual George S. Counts Lecture, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Notes, holographs, brochures, clipping, and correspondence, 1983

Folder 13

"What Is Living and Dead in Karl Marx?" April 27-28, 1983. Lecture series, Sonoma State University, Calif. Notes, holograph (incomplete), brochure, and letters, 1983

Folder 14

"Edging towards Disaster?" Measure, May 1983. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 15

"What Can Be Done?" Measure, May 1983. Holograph and printed copy

Folder 16

Letter to the editor, [Southern Illinois University] Daily Egyptian, May 2, 1983 (date written). Relates to news coverage of Hook's speech "Human Rights and Foreign Policy." Typescript

Folder 18

"The Morality of Survival in a Nuclear Face-Off," Los Angeles Times, May 11, 1983. Printed copies

Folder 19

"The Test Is Always the Quality, Not Quantity, of Scholarly Works," [Stanford University] Campus Report, May 11, 1983. Open letter to President Donald Kennedy of Stanford University. Printed copy, clipping, and letter by Kennedy, 1983

Folder 20

"Partisanship at Stanford: Are Hoover's Critics Applying a Double Standard?" Peninsula Times-Tribune, May 14, 1983 (co-author with Edwin Harwood). Typescript

Folder 21

"Sidney Hook Interview," Free Inquiry, Summer 1983. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Edwin H. Wilson on "An Interview with Sidney Hook at Eighty." Holograph, typescript, printed copy, and typescript and printed copies of Wilson's comments, 1982-1983

Folder 22

"Is 'Color Blindness' Stupidity?" June 2, 1983. Typescripts

Folder 23

"An Open Letter to the U.S. Senate," Washington Times, July 26, 1983. Printed copy

Folder 24

"Cold Warrior: An American Appreciation," Encounter, July-Aug. 1983. Relates to Arthur Koestler. Typescript, printed copy, and letter by Melvin J. Lasky, 1983

Folder 25

"How to Build Democracy in a Developing Country," Nov. 1983. Speech, Taipei, Taiwan. Typescript, printed copy, and clipping, 1983

Folder 26

"The Incredible Story of Michael Straight," Encounter, Dec. 1983. Printed copy, reviews by Noel Annan, Hugh Trevor-Roper and others, and correspondence with Albert Glotzer and others, 1983-1984

Folder 27

Letter to the editor, Chronicle of Higher Education, Dec. 14, 1983 (date written). Relates to proposed Ronald Reagan Library and the Hoover Institution. Typescript

Folder 28

"American Committee for Cultural Freedom," ca. 1984. Typescript

Folder 29

Review of Elinor Langer, Josephine Herbst, ca. 1984. Holograph note relating to the Hiss-Chambers affair

Folder 30

"Pluralistic Societies at Stake," in Joseph Godson, ed., Challenges to the Western Alliance, 1984. Printed copy

Box 85., Folder 1

"The Politicization of the University," in John H. Moore, ed., To Promote Prosperity: U.S. Domestic Policy in the Mid-1980's, 1984. Typescripts, printed copies, contract, and letter, 1982-1984

Folder 2

"The Philosopher as a Young Man," New York Times, Jan. 29, 1984. Review of The Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell, Vol. I, Cambridge Essays, 1888-99. Typescript, printed copy, and letters, 1984

Folder 3

"Breaking with the Communists: A Memoir," Commentary, Feb. 1984. Printed copy

Folder 4

"Judging Brecht," Times Literary Supplement, Feb. 3, 1984. Relates to comments by John Willett on Bertolt Brecht. Typescript, printed copy, and printed copy of Willett's review, 1984

Folder 5

Letter to the editor, Harper's, Feb. 24, 1984 (date written). Relates to U.S. participation in NATO. Typescript and letter, 1984

Folder 6

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Feb. 27, 1984. Relates to the New Leader and Sol Levitas. Typescript

Folder 7

"Bertrand Russell: A Portrait from Memory," Encounter, March 1984. Printed copy, comments by Kenneth Blackwell and others, and correspondence with Kenneth Blackwell, Robert E. Faris, Melvin Lasky and another, 1984

Folder 8

"Memories of the Moscow Trials," Commentary, March 1984. Printed copy and letter, 1984

Folder 9

"Rights for Victims," Banner (Cleveland, Tennessee), March 5, 1984. Printed copy

Folder 10

"Judging Brecht," Times Literary Supplement, March 9, 1984. Reply to response by John Willett to Hook's article "Judging Brecht." Printed copy, and proofs of reply by Willett

Folder 11

Letter to the editor, Village Voice, March 13, 1984 (date written). Reply to Paul Berman's review of Hook's Marxism and Beyond. Typescript, printed copy of Berman's article, and letter from Elias Schwarzbart, 1984

Folder 12

Letter to the editor, Encounter, April 1984. Reply by Hook to communication from Michael Straight's solicitor relating to Hook's article "The Incredible Story of Michael Straight." Typescript, galleys, typescript and printed copies of the reply by Encounter editors, and correspondence with William Elmhirst (Straight's half-brother), Melvin Lasky and others, 1984-1987

Folder 13

"The Myth of Necessity," Times Literary Supplement, April 6, 1984. Review of Alexander Zinoviev, The Reality of Communism. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 14

"Basics We Must Not Forget," Times (London), April 23, 1984. Printed copy

Folder 15

"Mill on Nonintervention," New York Times, April 25, 1984. Letter to the editor relating to foreign policy. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 16

"Geniemoral," Mainstream, May 1984. Relates to Bertolt Brecht. Printed copy

Folder 17

"Looking for America," Harper's, May 1984. Letter to the editor commenting on an article by Philip Berrigan, "Does America Still Exist?" Printed copy

Folder 18

"The Principles and Problems of Academic Freedom," May 8, 1984. Contribution to a symposium, State University of New York at Stony Brook. Printed copies, typescript, correspondence, announcement, program, speech by another, and clippings, 1984-1987

 

"The Humanities and Defense of a Free Society," May 14, 1984. Jefferson Lecture for the National Endowment for the Humanities, Washington, D. C.

Folder 19

General. Clippings, press release, comments by Albert Shanker and others, programs, notes, and correspondence with William Bennett and others, 1983-1987

Folder 20

Texts. Typescript and printed copies

Folder 21

"God and the Professors," Free Inquiry, Summer 1984. Typescript and printed copy, 1984

Folder 22

"On God and Chambers," National Review, June 15, 1984. Printed copy, typescript reply by Ralph de Toledano, printed article, and statements and articles by others, 1984

Folder 23

"Unhelpful 'Hysteria' over Nuclear Arms," New York Times, June 19, 1984. Letter to the editor in reply to a response by Jonathan Schell to a review by Christopher Lehman-Haupt of Schell's book Fate of the Earth. Holograph, typescript, printed copy, typescript letter to the editor by another, and printed copy of Schell's comments, 1984

Box 86., Folder 1

"Education in Defense of a Free Society," Commentary, July 1984. Printed copy and letter, 1984

Folder 2

Letter to the editor, Times Literary Supplement, July 2, 1984 (date written). Reply to Robert Gorham Davis' criticism of Hook's review "The Myth of Necessity." Typescript, letter, and proof copy of Davis' article, 1984

Folder 3

"Sweet Are the Uses of Diversity," Wall Street Journal, July 3, 1984. Letter to the editor relating to the Hoover Institution. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 4

"The Academic Ethic in Abeyance: Recollections of Walpurgisnacht at New York University," Minerva, Fall 1984. Printed copy

Folder 5

"Comment on a Comment," International Journal of World Peace, Fall 1984. Reply to comments by Lloyd Motz on an article by Alexander Shtromas, "To Fight Communism: Why and How?" Printed copy, and letters by Shtromas, 1984

Folder 6

"The Humanities and Civic Learning," ca. Sept. 1984 Typescript and letter

Folder 7

Letter to the editor, Commentary, Nov. 1984. Reply to comments by others on Hook's article "Education in Defense of a Free Society." Printed copy and printed copies of letters to the editor by others

Folder 8

"The Use and Abuse of Academic Freedom," Measure, Nov. 1984. Printed copy

Folder 9

"'Evil Empire' Label Didn't Hurt the Kremlin's Feelings," New York Times, Nov. 4, 1984. Relates to U.S. relations with the Soviet Union. Typescript

Folder 10

"Reason, Science, and Myths," Nov. 10, 1984. Speech, Conference on Paranormal Beliefs: Scientific Facts and Fictions, Stanford University. Holograph, typescript, program announcement, and letter, 1984-1985

Folder 11

Letter to the editor, New Republic, Nov. 16, 1984 (date written). Response to a reference to Hook. Typescript

Folder 12

"Questions about a Strange Conversion," Encounter, Dec. 1984. Reply to an article by George Urban relating to Alexander Zinoviev. Typescript

Folder 13

Review of David Pike, Lukacs and Brecht, 1985. Typescript and correspondence with Pike and another, 1980-1985

Folder 14

"Sidney Hook," in Phillip L. Berman, ed., The Courage of Conviction, 1985. Essay contribution. Typescript, printed copy, contract, and correspondence with Berman, 1984-1985

Folder 15

"The Communist Peace Offensive," Partisan Review, Winter 1985. Printed copies, 1984-1987

Folder 16

"Rationalizations for Reverse Discrimination," New Perspectives, Winter 1985. Typescript, proofs, printed copy, clipping, and letters, 1984-1985

Folder 17

"The Radical Comedians: Inside Partisan Review," American Scholar, Jan. 1985. Holograph, printed copy, and agreement, 1984-1985

Folder 18

"Three Independent Intellectual Troubadours," American Spectator, Jan. 1985. Relates to Daniel Bell, Irving Kristol, and Melvin Lasky. Typescript, proofs, and printed copy

Folder 19

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Jan. 11, 1985 (date written). Relates to the execution of Henryk Ehrlich. Typescript, letter by A. M. Rosenthal, and clipping

Folder 20

Letter to the editor, Transactions of the Peirce Society, Feb. 19, 1985 (date written). Relates to a review of Gary Bullert, The Politics of John Dewey. Typescript and letter, 1985

Folder 21

"Fairness, Bias and Objectivity," Wall Street Journal, Feb. 21, 1985. Relates to news reporting. Typescripts, printed copies, and a letter, 1985

Folder 22

Review of Leopold Schwarzchild, The Red Prussian, Feb. 25, 1985. Typescript report form and letters, 1985

Folder 23

Letter to the editor, New York Times, March 27, 1985 (date written). Relates to Alger Hiss. Typescript

Folder 24

"English Influence Enlightened India," Detroit News, March 31, 1985. Typescript and printed copies

Folder 25

"Outrageous Propaganda," Northern California Jewish Bulletin, April 12, 1985. Comments on an article by Ira Kamin about the Shalom Center. Typescript, printed copy, and printed copy of Kamin's article, 1985

Folder 26

Letter to the editor, Baltimore Sun, April 24, 1985. Relates to a story by Ernest Ferguson about Hook's Medal of Freedom award. Holograph letters to the editor, typescript copy of a letter to Ferguson, press release, printed copies of Ferguson's article, clipping, and letters by Ferguson and another, 1985

Folder 27

Letter to the editor, Northern California Jewish Bulletin, April 29, 1985 (date written). Reply to readers' comments on Hook's article "Outrageous Propaganda." Typescript, and printed comments by others, 1985

Folder 28

"Encounter with Espionage," Mainstream, May 1985. Printed copy

Folder 29

"Misperceptions of American Democracy," May 2, 1985. Speech, Conference on Moral Equivalence, Washington, D.C. Typescripts and notes

Folder 30

"Secular Humanism," May 7, 1985. Speech, A. Schultz Jewish Center. Holograph outline

Folder 31

Interview, Washington Times, May 23, 1985. Printed copy

Folder 32

"An Interview with Sidney Hook: China, Marxism, and Human Freedom," Free Inquiry, Summer 1985. Printed copy

Folder 33

"Hook on the Stockdales," American Spectator, June 1985. Letter to the editor in response to a review of James and Sybil Stockdale, In Love and War. Typescripts and printed copy

Box 87., Folder 1

"Would it Destroy the World?" New York Times, June 30, 1985. Review of Timothy J. Cooney, Telling Right from Wrong. Typescripts, printed copy, clipping, and holograph letter fragment, ca. 1984-1985

Folder 2

Letter to the editor, Los Angeles Times, Aug. 30, 1985 (date written). Reply to Michael Kinsley. Typescript and printed copy of Kinsley's article, 1985

Folder 3

"Critical Approach," New Republic, Sept. 9, 1985. Letter to the editor. Holograph, typescript and printed copy

Folder 4

Letter to the editor, Northeast Coop Times, Oct. 1985. Relates to a boycott of Chilean produce. Holograph and printed copy

Folder 5

"The Wrong Way to Remedy Abuses of the Academic Ethic," Measure, Oct. 1985. Printed copy

Folder 6

"Unacademic Campus Tactics," New York Times, Oct. 3, 1985. Printed copies and correspondence, 1985-1986

Folder 7

"How Has the United States Met its Major Challenges Since 1945?" Contribution to a symposium. Commentary, Nov. 1985. Printed copy

Folder 8

Eulogy for Ernest Nagel, Nov. 14, 1985. Typescripts and memorial service program

Folder 9

"Throw Them In the Melting Pot," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Nov. 20, 1985. Relates to bilingual education. Typescript and printed copies, 1985-1986

Folder 10

"'Class Consciousness' in the Free World," New America, Nov.-Dec. 1985. Typescripts and printed copies

Folder 11

"Marxism: Pro and Con," 1986? Holograph fragments

Folder 12

"Responsibility and Democracy," 1986. Projected symposium contribution. Holograph outline, program announcement, and correspondence with Robert J. Chitester, 1986

Folder 13

"Setting the Record Straight," 1986. Proof

Folder 14

"Suicide or Survival?" in Dennis Paulson, ed., Voices of Survival in the Nuclear Age, 1986. Typescript, typescript contribution by Edward Teller, and correspondence with Paulson, 1983-1986

Folder 15

"Visions of Social Order," 1986. Television program relating to Karl Marx. Grant proposal, contract, outline, typescripts, typescript comments by Hook on a draft by Tibor Machan, and letters, 1985-1988.

Scope and Content Note

See also Audiovisual File
Folder 16

"Ernest Nagel: A Naturalistic Humanist," Free Inquiry, Winter 1986. Holograph, printed copy, and letter, 1985

Folder 17

"On the Existence of God: Duncan and Hook," Free Inquiry, Winter 1986. Exchange of letters between Sidney Hook and Homer Duncan. Printed copy

Folder 18

"Pluralistic Humanism," Free Inquiry, Winter 1986. Printed copy

Folder 19

"A Dictionary? Marxism from A to B," Encounter, Jan. 1986. Review of Tom Bottomore, ed., A Dictionary of Marxist Thought. Printed copy

Folder 20

"The Double Standard in the Academy," Jan. 1986. Typescripts

Folder 21

Letter to the editor, Los Angeles Times, Jan. 6, 1986 (date written). Relates to comments by David Shaw on Hook's review "Telling Right from Wrong." Typescript, clippings, and letter by Shaw, 1984-1986

Folder 22

"Between Democracy and Despotism," Imprimis, Feb. 1986. Printed copy and correspondence, 1986

Folder 23

Letter to the editor, New Republic, April 17, 1986 (date written). Relates to John Dewey. Typescript

Folder 24

"Burden of Proof Is Put on the Defamed," New York Times, May 6, 1986. Letter to the editor relating to the Supreme Court. Typescript, printed copy with notes, and letter, 1986

Folder 25

"Sidney Hook's Reply," Encounter, May 6, 1986. Reply by Hook to comments by Tibor Machan and others on Hook's article "A Dictionary? Marxism from A to B." Typescript, printed copy, typescript and printed copies of comments by Machan and others, and letter by Melvin Lasky, 1986

Folder 26

"Rediscovering Sin," New York Times, May 11, 1986. Letter to the editor in response to an article by William F. Buckley, Jr. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 27

"Punishing the Innocent is Unjust Redress," New York Times, June 7, 1986. Printed copy

Folder 28

"Who Lives Where, and When?" Measure, July 1986. Typescript, printed copy, and letters, 1986

Folder 29

"Learn to Master English," Times (Weirton, West Virginia), July 11, 1986. Printed copy

Folder 30

"Communists in the Classroom," American Spectator, Aug. 1986. Printed copy and letter, 1986

Folder 31

"Anti-Communism on Campus," Chronicle of Higher Education, Aug. 6, 1986. Letter to the editor. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 32

"Questions Concerning Student PIRGs," Measure, Sept. 1986. Printed copy

Folder 33

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Sept. 2, 1986 (date written). Relates to the New School for Social Research. Typescript

Folder 34

Testimony, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, Oct. 16, 23-24, 1986. Relates to the State University of New York and the New York Public Interest Research Group. Transcripts

Folder 35

"Dewey's Opposition to Communism," Chronicle of Higher Education, Oct. 22, 1986. Reply to a response by Robert Corrington to Hook's letter to the editor "Anti-Communism on Campus." Typescript and printed copies, typescript copy of Corrington's letter to the editor, and letter to Corrington, 1986

Folder 36

"John Dewey Resigns," Freedom at Issue, Nov.-Dec. 1986. Introductory note by Hook to text by John Dewey. Printed copy

Folder 37

"The New Challenges to Our Schools of Journalism," Measure, Nov.-Dec. 1986. Printed copy

Box 88., Folder 1

"A History of Hypocrisy," in Sidney Hook, V. Bukovsky, and Paul Hollander, ed., Soviet Hypocrisy and Western Gullibility, 1987. Typescript, printed copy, printed articles, and letter, 1986-1987

Folder 2

Introduction to reprint edition of James Burnham, The Machiavellians, 1987. Typescript, proofs, printed copy, and letters, 1987

 

Out of Step: An Unquiet Life in the 20th Century, 1987.

Folder 3

General. Advertisement, letters, contract, notes by Lewis Feuer and others, and list of background documents, 1973-1988

Folder 4

Correspondence with Raziel Abelson, Henry Kissinger, Tibor Machan, Clarence Pendleton, Roger W. Straus, Robert Westbrook (relating to Westbrook's review in Nation), Jean van Heijenoort and others, 1972-1989

Folder 5-7

Reviews by John Chamberlain, John Diggins, Justus Doeneke, Frank Knopfelmacher, Hilton Kramer, Dennis Wrong, and others. Includes printed copies of letters to the editor by Daniel Bell and Gerald Pinsky relating to Wrong's review, with reply by Wrong, and a typescript copy of a reply by Lewis Feuer to Kramer's review

 

Text

Box 89., Folder 1

Fragments. Includes material relating to Hannah Arendt, New Yorker, and liberalism. Holographs and typescripts

Folder 2

Table of Contents and Introduction. Typescripts

Folder 3

Chapter 1. "The Early Scene." Typescripts

Folder 4

Chapter 2. "The High School Years: Purgatory and Triumph." Typescripts

Folder 5

Chapter 3. "The Discovery of the Socialist Dream." Typescripts

Folder 6

Chapter 4. "College Years." Typescripts

Folder 7

Chapter 5. "Educational Turning Point: Morris Cohen." Typescript and printed article

Folder 8

Chapter 6. "Intermezzo." Typescripts, including holographic interpolations

Box 90., Folder 1

Chapter 7. "Columbia Days and John Dewey." Typescripts, including holographic interpolations

Folder 2

Chapter 8. "Encounter with Espionage." Typescripts and proofs

Folder 3

Chapter 9. "The Weimar Republic: The Writing on the Wall." Typescripts

Folder 4

Chapter 10. "Moscow in 1929." Holographs, typescripts, and a printed excerpt relating to Roger Baldwin

Folder 5

Chapter 11. "The Depression and the Intellectuals." Holographs, typescripts, and typescript copies of letters from John Dewey to Max Eastman

Folder 6

Chapter 12. "Philosophy on the Ninth Floor." Typescripts and notes

Box 91., Folder 1

Chapter 13. "Grim Discovery." Typescripts, and letter with questions from George Urban, 1989

Folder 2

Chapter 14. "Breaking with Communism." Holograph and typescripts, including holographic interpolations

Folder 3

Chapter 15. "The American Workers Party." Holograph, typescripts, including holographic interpolations, and typescript fragment relating to James Burnham

Folder 4

Chapter 16. "The Academy and Anti-Semitism." Holograph, and typescripts, including holographic interpolations

Folder 5-6

Chapter 17. "The Moscow Trials." Holograph, typescripts, typescript fragments, and material intended for appendices (typescript copy of John Dewey's letter of resignation from the New Republic, printed excerpt from Alfred Kazin's memoirs, with notes by Hook, and a printed copy of "An Open Letter to American Liberals," relating to the American Committee for the Defense of Leon Trotsky)

Box 92., Folder 1-2

Chapter 18. "The Committee for Cultural Freedom." Holograph and typescripts

Folder 3

Chapter 19. "The Strange Case of Whittaker Chambers." Holographs, typescripts, including proof and typescript interpolations, and typescript fragments

Folder 4-5

Chapter 20. "The Second World War and Its Casualties." Typescripts, and typescript and printed copies of articles by Hook intended for inclusion as an appendix

Box 93., Folder 1

Chapter 21. "On the Eve of the Cold War." Holograph and typescripts

Folder 2

Chapter 22. "God and the Professors." Holograph, typescripts, and proofs

Folder 3-4

Chapter 23. "Bertrand Russell: Portrait from Memory." Holograph fragment, typescripts, proofs, and notes by Lewis Feuer (?)

Folder 5

Chapter 24. "The Communist Peace Offensive." Holograph, typescripts, proofs, and typescript copies of letters to Thomas Mann and Harlow Shapley relating to the Cultural and Scientific Conference for World Peace

Folder 6

Chapter 25. "On the Battlefield of Philosophy." Holograph and typescripts

Box 94., Folder 1

Chapter 26. "The American Committee for Cultural Freedom." Holograph and typescripts

Folder 2

Chapter 27. "The Congress for Cultural Freedom." Holograph, typescripts, typescript fragments, and printed excerpts from memoirs by Stephen Spender and another (the latter relating to Irving Howe)

Folder 3-4

Chapter 28. "My Running Debate with Albert Einstein." Proofs, holograph, notes, and typescript fragments

Box 95., Folder 1

Chapter 29. "Geniemoral: Bertolt Brecht." Typescripts, including holographic interpolations, and printed article

Folder 2

Chapter 30. "The Academic 'Witch Hunt': Setting the Record Straight." Holograph and typescripts

Folder 3

Chapter 31. "Inside Partisan Review: The Radical Comedians." Holograph fragments, typescripts, and proofs

Folder 4

Chapter 32. "Tales out of School." Typescripts, including holographic interpolations

Folder 5

Chapter 33. "Walpurgisnacht at New York University: The Academic Ethic in Abeyance." Holograph and typescripts

Box 96., Folder 1

Chapter 34. "The Cold War and the Intellectuals." Holograph with printed interpolations, typescripts, and typescript fragment

Folder 2

Chapter 35. "Twilight Years." Typescripts

Folder 3

Chapter 36. "Reaffirmations." Typescripts

Folder 4

"God and Morality," Free Inquiry, Winter 1987. Proofs and printed copy

Folder 5

"Intellectual Freedom and Government Sponsorship of Higher Education," Jan. 1987. Typescript, proof, and correspondence, 1986-1989

Folder 6

"Pages from the History of the Association," Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association, Jan. 1987. Short contribution. Typescript, printed copy, and letters by David A. Hoekema, 1986-1987

Folder 7

"In Defense of Voluntary Euthanasia," New York Times, March 1, 1987. Typescript, printed copies (includes Spanish translation), and correspondence with Raziel Isaac, Diana Josselson, Jack and Alice Kaminsky, Mark Krupnick, Edward Rozek, Eric Sevareid and others, 1987-1988

Folder 8

Letter to the editor, New Republic, March 10, 1987 (date written). Reply to article by Crocker Coulson. Typescript, clipping, and letter by Coulson, 1987

Folder 9

"Grant the Terminally Ill a Right to Relief from Suffering," New York Post, March 20, 1987. Letter to the editor in reply to comments by Norman Podhoretz on Hook's essay "In Defense of Voluntary Euthanasia." Typescript, printed copies, letter, and printed copy of Podhoretz' comments, 1987

Folder 10

"The Affirmative Action Ruling--and the Imperial Judiciary," New York Post, April 6, 1987. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 11

"Life at Any Price Is a Bargain with Infamy," New York Times, April 9, 1987. Letter to the editor in reply to a letter from Rabbi Isaiah Rackovsky commenting on Hook's article "In Defense of Voluntary Euthanasia." Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence, 1987

Folder 12

Letter to the editor, Washington Times, April 15, 1987 (date written). Reply to comments on Hook's articles on euthaniasia. Typescript

Folder 13

"The Doctrine of Moral Equivalence Fails on the Facts," Santa Ana Register, April 16, 1987. Printed copies

Box 97., Folder 1

"Response to Salutation," April 16, 1987 (date written). Speech on occasion of the publication of Hook's autobiography Out of Step. Typescript

Folder 2

"Does Euthanasia Send Us Down a 'Slippery Slope'?" Washington Times, April 23, 1987. Letter to the editor in reply to a column by John Lofton commenting on Hook's article "In Defense of Voluntary Euthanasia." Printed copy

Folder 3

"Santayana: Humanist Misanthrope," Washington Times, April 27, 1987. Review of John McCormick, George Santayana: A Biography. Holograph, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 4

Untitled fragment, May 1, 1987. Relates to Stanford University. Holograph

Folder 5

Letter to the editor, New York Times, May 12, 1987 (date written). Response to an article about Mikhail Gorbachev. Typescript and clipping, 1987

Folder 6

"The Right to Die: A Defence of Voluntary Euthanasia," May 19, 1987. Speech, Hoover Institution. Holograph outline, typescript, and letters, 1987-1988

Folder 7

"Off on Hook," New Republic, May 25, 1987. Letter to the editor in reply to a review by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., of Hook's autobiography Out of Step. Typescripts and printed copy

Folder 8

"A Curious Phenomenon: A Report," Measure, June 1987. Printed copy

Folder 9

"Hook, Russell, and Atomic War," American Spectator, June 1987. Letter to the editor commenting on an article by Tom Bethell, "A Stroll with Sidney Hook." Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of Bethell's article, clipping, and a letter to Bethell by Yaakov Homnick, 1987-1988

Folder 10

Letter to the editor, New Republic, June 16, 1987 (date written). Relates to an article by Michael Massing, "Trotsky's Orphans." Typescripts

Folder 11

"Old Wine in New Bottles," Wall Street Journal, July 20, 1987. Review of Tony Smith, Thinking Like a Communist. Typescripts, galleys, printed copies, promotional flyer, proof copy of Smith's book, and letter, 1987

Folder 12

"Hook Evaluates Liberalism," Firing Line, July 24, 1987. Television broadcast. Printed copy of transcript, letters, and flyer, 1987.

Scope and Content Note

See also Audiovisual File
Folder 13

"The Communist Peace Offensive," Freedom at Issue, July-Aug. 1987. Printed copy

Folder 14

"A Common Moral Universe?" Free Inquiry, Fall 1987. Reply by Hook to letter by Yaakov Homnick to Tom Bethell commenting on Bethell's article, "A Stroll with Sidney Hook." Holograph, typescript, printed copy, printed copy of reply by Homnick, and letters by Homnick and another, 1987-1988

Folder 15-16

"Communists, McCarthy and American Universities," Minerva, Fall 1987. Review of Ellen Schrecker, No Ivory Tower: McCarthyism and the Universities. Notes, typescripts, proofs, printed copy, correspondence with Robert W. Gordon, Carol Gruber, Oscar Handlin, Gordon Tullock, C. Vann Woodward, and others, and reviews by Theodore Draper, Nathan Glazer, Edward S. Shapiro, Alan Wald, and others, 1986-1988

Folder 17

"Why 'Back to Basics' Isn't Good Enough," American Educator, Fall 1987. Interview with Hook relating to John Dewey. Printed copy

Folder 18

"Judicial Usurpation," The World and I, Sept. 1987. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 19

"Radical, Teacher, Technician," National Review, Sept. 11, 1987. Eulogy for James Burnham. Holograph and printed copy

Folder 20

"The 200th Anniversary of the Constitution," Sept. 12, 1987. Speech, Free Inquiry conference on Secular Humanism and Roman Catholicism. Program, holographs, outlines, typescript draft of a letter with attached note from Nathan Glazer, 1987

Box 98., Folder 1

"Statement of Support," Sept. 28, 1987 (with others as the Ad Hoc Committee for Principled Discussions of Constitutional Issues). Relates to the Supreme Court nomination of Robert Bork. Typescript, letters to Senators Joseph Biden, Robert Byrd, and Robert Dole, press release, and signatory list, 1987

Folder 2

"Israel and American Jewry," Nov. 1987 (date written). Holograph fragment, typescripts and letters from Lewis Feuer, Elie Kedourie, David Sidorsky, and Norman Jacobsen, 1987-1988

Folder 3

"Philosophy and Faith," Commentary, Nov. 1987. Letter to the editor relating to an article by Hilton Kramer, "The Importance of Sidney Hook." Printed copy, and printed copies of letters to the editor by others, including a subsequent reply by Kramer, and a letter by William Rusher, 1987-1988

Folder 4

"How to Blow Your Own Horn Effectively," Wall Street Journal, Nov. 23, 1987. Review of William Zinsser, Inventing the Truth: The Art and Craft of Memoir. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 5

"Appendix: A Dialogue on Marxism," 1988, in Tibor R. Machan, ed., Marxism: A Bourgeois Critique. Printed copy

Folder 6-7

"Conversations with Sidney Hook," 1988. Transcripts of interviews conducted by George R. Urban, memorandum, and correspondence with Urban and others, 1972-1989

Folder 8

"A Philosophical Perspective," in Annelise Anderson and Dennis L. Bark, ed., Thinking About America: The United States in the 1990's, 1988. Typescript, printed copy, proofs, and letters, 1982-1988

Folder 9

Philosophy, History and Social Action: Essays in Honor of Lewis Feuer (co-editor with William O'Neill and Roger O'Toole), 1988. Typescript introduction relating to Lewis Feuer, printed excerpt, notes, contract, list of proposed contributors, and correspondence with O'Neill and others, 1985-1987

Folder 10

Television broadcast, Firing Line, Jan. 2, 1988. Correspondence, 1988

Box 99., Folder 1

"Making the Case Against Socrates," Wall Street Journal, Jan. 20, 1988. Review of I. F. Stone, The Trial of Socrates. Printed copy and letters, 1987-1988

Folder 2

"An Open Letter to the Stanford Senate," Campus Report, Jan. 20, 1988. Typescript, galley proofs for later publication in Partisan Review, printed copies, and letters, 1988-1989

Folder 3

"The Attack on Western Civilization: An Interim Report," Measure, Feb. 1988. Holograph, typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1988

Folder 4

"The Event-Making Man," The World and I, Feb. 1988. Printed copy

Folder 5

"The Legacy of Political Holocaust," Feb. 1988. Review of Robert Conquest, Harvest of Sorrow. Typescript and letter

Folder 6

"He Was Praised," San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 29, 1988. Letter to the editor in reply to comments on Hook's article "Making the Case Against Socrates." Typescript and printed copy

Folder 7

"Professor Hook Protests," Dissent, Spring 1988. Letter to the editor relating to Alfred Kazin and Ernest van den Haag. Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of replies to Kazin by Van den Haag and Noam Chomsky, and printed copies of replies to Hook, Chomsky, and Van den Haag by Alfred Kazin, 1987-1988

Folder 8

"Sidney Hook on Alan Wald," Contentions, March 1988. Review of Alan Wald, The New York Intellectuals. Typescripts, printed copy, clipping, and correspondence with George Perle, 1987-1988

Folder 9

Letter to the editor, New York Times, March 6, 1988. Relates to an article by Stephen Schwartz, "Intellectuals and Assassins: Annals of Stalin's Killerati." Typescript and printed copy

Folder 10

"Books: 'Lovable' William James," Washington Times, March 14, 1988. Review of William James, Writings: 1902-1910. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 11

"Educational Disaster at Stanford University?" Measure, April 1988. Galley proofs for later publication in Partisan Review, and printed copy

Folder 12

Letter to the editor, New York Times, April 21, 1988 (date written). Relates to Western Culture Program at Stanford University. Typescript

Folder 13

"The Uses of Death," New York Review of Books, April 28, 1988. Review of Daniel Callahan, Setting Limits: Medical Goals in an Aging Society. Typescript, printed copies, and correspondence, 1987-1988

Folder 14

"Intellectual Classes and Institutional Values," Society, May-June 1988. Proofs, printed copy, and letters, 1988

Folder 15

Letter to the editor, New Criterion, June 1988 (date written). Reply to reference by Hilton Kramer to Hook's review "The Faiths of Whittaker Chambers." Typescripts, printed copy of Hook review, printed copy of Kramer's article "Thinking about Witness," and letter by Kramer, 1988

Folder 16

"Alger Hiss, the Model Citizen," Wall Street Journal, June 24, 1988. Review of Alger Hiss, Recollections of a Life. Notes, typescript, printed copy, galleys, press release, and letters, 1988

Folder 17

"Memories of Yaddo," American Spectator, July 1988. Typescripts, printed copies, and letters, 1986-1988

Folder 18

"Vice Presidential Choices," Wall Street Journal, July 14, 1988. Letter to the editor. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 19

Letter to the editor, Dissent, July 15, 1988 (date written). Reply to Gordon K. Haskell's letter to the editor in response to Hook's letter to the editor "Professor Hook Protests." Holograph, typescript, printed copy of Haskell's comments, and letters to Haskell and Irving Howe, 1988

Folder 20

"Hope for Freedom Lies with Contras," Stanford Daily, July 22, 1988. Letter to the editor in reply to Rachelle Marshall. Typescript, printed copy, and printed copy of Marshall's letter, 1988

Folder 21

"Apartheid Is Inarguably a Severe Repression of Liberty," Stanford Daily, Aug. 9, 1988. Letter to the editor. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 22

"Bolshevik Coup Lacked Popular Support," New York Times, Aug. 20, 1988. Letter to the editor in reply to a letter by Howard Parsons. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 23

"Education at Stanford," Partisan Review, Fall 1988. Printed copy

Folder 24

"More from Hook and Homnick," Free Inquiry, Fall 1988. Reply to comments by Homnick on Hook's article "A Common Moral Universe?" Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of Homnick's letter, and printed copies of letters to the editor from other readers relating to the exchange, 1988

Folder 25

"The Academic-Brawley Cases," Measure, Sept. 1988. Printed copy, and letter with reply by J. Wesley Brown, 1989

Folder 26

"'Diversity' a New Code Word," Measure, Sept. 1988. Printed copy

Folder 27

"Theological Tom-tom, Metaphysical Bagpipe," Encounter, Sept. 1988. Reply to criticism of Lewis Feuer by George Steiner relating to the Holocaust. Typescript, printed copy, and printed copies of Steiner's article and his response to Feuer, 1988

Folder 28

"AFSC Unconvincing," Northern California Jewish Bulletin, Sept. 23, 1988. Letter to the editor relating to the American Friends Service Committee. Holograph, letter, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 29

"Bertrand Russell," Washington Times, Sept. 26, 1988. Review of Alan Ryan, Bertrand Russell: A Political Life. Printed copy and correspondence with Ryan and others, 1988

Folder 30

Reply to George Gladis, American Spectator, Oct. 1988. Relates to comments on Hook's article "Memories of Yaddo: An Autobiographical Postscript." Printed copy

Folder 31

"Hook Doesn't Like Conservative Label," San Jose Mercury News, Oct. 20, 1988. Printed copy

Box 100., Folder 1

Letter to the editor, Northern California Jewish Bulletin, Nov. 7, 1988 (date written). Reply to response by Warren Witte to Hook's letter to the editor "AFSC Unconvincing." Typescript and printed copy of Witte's comments, 1988

Folder 2

Letter to the editor, New York Review of Books, Nov. 10, 1988. Reply to comments by Nicholas Palmer on Hook's review "The Uses of Death." Typescript copy of Palmer's letter, typescript and printed copies of Hook's response, and letter, 1988

Folder 3

"History Will Not Judge the A.C.L.U.'s Worth," New York Times, Nov. 20, 1988. Letter to the editor. Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of a reply, and correspondence with Elliott A. Cohen and another, 1988

Folder 4

"Teaching as a Calling, Not a Chore," Nov. 22, 1988 (date written). Review of Steven M. Cahn, Saints and Scamps: Ethics in Academia. Typescript and letter by Cahn, 1988

Folder 5

"I. F. Stone's Socrates," New York Review of Books, Nov. 24, 1988. Reply to comments by M. F. Burnyeat on Hook's article "Making the Case Against Socrates." Printed copy

Folder 6

"The Mischief Makers," Measure, Nov.-Dec. 1988. Printed copy

Folder 7

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Dec. 5, 1988 (date written). Reply to Jerome Balsam's comments on Hook's letter to the editor "History Will Not Judge the ACLU's Worth." Typescript and printed copy of Balsam's article

Folder 8

"Scoundrel Time," The Economist, Dec. 17, 1988. Letter to the editor relating to the autobiography of Alger Hiss. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 9

"Wittgenstein's Labors," New York Times, Dec. 25, 1988. Letter to the editor commenting on an article on Ludwig Wittgenstein by Bruce Duffy. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Duffy, 1988

Folder 10

"The Rationale of the Nonpartisan Welfare State," 1988-1989. Projected book by Hook; never completed. Typescripts, outline, and letter, 1988-1989

Folder 11

"Milton R. Konvitz," ca. 1989. Typescript and letter, 1988

Folder 12

" The Closing of the American Mind: An Intellectual Best-Seller Revisited," American Scholar, Winter 1989. Review of Allan Bloom, The Closing of the American Mind: Education and the Crisis of Reason. Holograph fragment, typescripts, contract, printed copy, correspondence, and comments by others on Hook's review, 1988-1989

Folder 13

"Our Favorite Secular Humanist: An Interview with Sidney Hook," Crisis, Jan. 1989. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence, 1988-1989

Folder 14

"The Politics of Curriculum Building," Measure, Jan. 1989. Printed copies and letters from David Hoekema, Miro Todorovich and others, 1989

Folder 15

"Meaning of Life," Jan. 9, 1989. Short essay. Holograph letter, and letters by Hugh S. Moorhead, 1989

Folder 16

"Gorbachev," Jan. 18, 1989 (date written). Typescript

Folder 17

"She Deserves Better," Palo Alto Weekly, Jan. 25, 1989. Letter to the editor in response to an article by Mary Sowell relating to AIDS. Printed copy, and letter by Sowell, 1989

Folder 18

Letter to the editor, American Heritage, Feb. 8, 1989 (date written). Reponse to an article by Benjamin McArthur, "The War of the Great Books." Typescript, letter by McArthur, and a printed copy of another article by McArthur relating to Robert Hutchins, 1989

Folder 19

"Coherent Speech Heeds Law of Contradiction," Campus Report, Feb. 15, 1989. Printed copy

Folder 20

"Curricular Politics," Partisan Review, Spring 1989. Proofs, printed copy, and letter, 1989

Folder 21

"The Intellectual as Social Critic," Wall Street Journal, March 3, 1989. Review of Michael Walzer, The Company of Critics. Holograph, notes, typescripts, review of Walzer by Colin Walters, printed copy, and letters, 1988-1989

Folder 22

Letter to the editor, Stanford Daily, March 8, 1989 (date written). Reply to John Manley. Typescripts and clipping, 1989

Folder 23

"Intellectual Rot," Carolina Critic, April 1989. Printed copy

Folder 24

"The Future of Marxism," Free Inquiry, Summer 1989. Printed copy and note

Box 101., Folder 1

Letter to the editor, Encounter, June 1989. Relates to Eduard Benes and Czechoslovakia. Typescript and letter, 1989

Folder 2

"Hook on Democracy," National Review, June 2, 1989. Comments on Claes Ryn's article "The Democracy Boosters." Typescript, printed copy and printed copy of Ryn's reply, 1989

Folder 3

"Tell Schlesinger KGB's Still in Charge," Wall Street Journal, June 7, 1989. Letter to the editor commenting on an article by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 4

Letter to the editor, New York Times, June 20, 1989 (date written). Relates to I. F. Stone. Typescript

Folder 5

"Core Reading List Should Reflect Value-Judgments, not Political Concerns," Campus Report, June 21, 1989. Printed copy and correspondence, 1989

Folder 6

"The Philosophy of Reading," Aug. 3, 1989 (date written). Modified typescript of "The Degradation of the Word" and notes

Folder 7

"One Partisan Viewpoint Inadequate for History," Campus Report, Aug. 30, 1989. Letter to the editor. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 8

"In Defence of the Humanities," Measure, Aug.-Sept. 1989. Typescripts, printed copy, and a letter and typescript reply by J. Wesley Brown, 1989

Folder 9

"On Being a Jew," Commentary, Oct. 1989. Oral history transcripts of interview conducted by Norman Podhoretz, proofs, printed copy, and letters, 1988-1989.

Scope and Content Note

See also Audiovisual File
Folder 10

"Civilization and its Malcontents," National Review, Oct. 13, 1989. Printed copies and letter, 1989

Folder 11

Convictions, 1990 (published posthumously). Printed excerpts, contract, reviews, notes, and correspondence, 1986-1990

Folder 12

"It Didn't Have to Be," in Clifton Fadiman, ed., Living Philosophies: The Reflections of Some Eminent Men and Women of Our Time, 1990 (published posthumously). Holographs, typescripts, contract, and correspondence with Fadiman, 1988-1989

Folder 13

"Echoes of the Rosenberg Case: An Autobiographical Postscript," Midstream, Oct.-Nov. 1990 (published posthumously). Typescripts, proofs, printed copy, and letter, 1988-1990

Boxes 102-109

Lecture Notes, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Notes for lectures, speeches, and writings of Sidney Hook, arranged alphabetically by title, or, if untitled, by topic. See also Addendum File.
 

General

Box 102., Folder 1

General. Bibliographies, schedules, examination questions, and miscellany, n.d.

Folder 2-3

Early teaching. Notebook, reports, student compositions, and miscellany, ca. 1923-1924

Folder 4

Academic Freedom

Folder 5

Academic Freedom and the Rights of Students

Folder 6

Adler (Max)

Folder 7

Alienation in Marx

Folder 8

American Foreign Policy

Folder 9

An American in Europe

Folder 10

Ancient Philosophy

Folder 11

Ancient Philosophy; and Ethics

Folder 12

Argument for a Planned Economy

Folder 13

Authoritarian and Totalitarian Regimes

Folder 14

Bauer (Otto)

Folder 15

Being

Folder 16

Bergson and French Philosophy

Folder 17

Bernstein (Eduard)

Folder 18

Campus Disturbances

Folder 19

Campus Disturbances - Berkeley

Folder 20

Cause

Folder 21

Challenge of Social Order to Liberal Arts College

Folder 22

The Challenge to the Morale of Our Jewish Generation

Folder 23

The Class Struggle

Folder 24

Cold War

Folder 25

The Common Good or the Public Interest

Folder 26

Common Sense and Problems of Jewry

Folder 27

Common Sense in Hysterical Times

Folder 28

Communism: Weaknesses, Switches and Countervailing Possibilities

Folder 29

The Concept of Dialectic in Aristotle

Folder 30

The Concept of Dialectic in Plato

Folder 31

The Concept of Dialektik in Kant

Folder 32

Conceptions of Reason

Folder 33

Condorcet's Ten Stages of Progress of Human Spirit

Box 103., Folder 1

The Conflict between Marxism and Religion

Folder 2

Conflicts of Interests in Modern World

Folder 3

Conscience

Folder 4

Contemporary American Philosophy

Folder 5

Contemporary Philosophy

Folder 6

Creativity and the Social Scene of the Future

Folder 7

The Crisis of Modern Culture

Folder 8

Croce (Benedetto)

Folder 9

Current Prospects of Freedom

Folder 10

The Decline and Rise of the Hero

Folder 11

Democracy

Folder 12

Democracy and Social Action

Folder 13

Dewey (John)

Folder 14

Dewey's Study of Empiricism

Folder 15

The Dialectic in Fichte

Folder 16

Dialectic in Plotinus

Folder 17

The Dialectic in Schelling

Folder 18

Dialectic in Society's History and Politics

Folder 19

The Dialectic of Nicholas of Cusa

Folder 20

Dialectical Materialism

Folder 21

Dialectics

Folder 22

Disarmament

Folder 23

Dissent and the "Adversary" Culture

Folder 24

Do We Have Anything to Fear from Socialism?

Folder 25

Durkheim (Emile)

Folder 26

An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution

Folder 27

Education

Folder 28

Enlightenment

Folder 29

The Enlightenment and Marx: Human Rights

Folder 30

The Ethical Basis of Political Morality

 

Ethics [lecture series]

Folder 31

General

Folder 32

1. The Nature of Ethics

Folder 33

2. The Ethics of Might

Folder 34

3. The Cry for Justice

Folder 35

4. The Ethics of Pleasure

Folder 36

5. Universalistic Hedonism or Utilitarianism

Folder 37

6. The Ethics of Duty

Folder 38

7. The Ethics of Love

Folder 39

8. Consolations of Authority

Folder 40

9. The Rule of Restraint

Box 104., Folder 1

10. The Life of Reason

Folder 2

11. Theories of Punishment

Folder 3

12. The Free Will and the Free Man

Folder 4

13. Property and Power

Folder 5

14. Love and the Family

Folder 6

15. Democracy and Leadership

Folder 7

16. The Ethics of Criticism

Folder 8

17. The Ethics of Communism

Folder 9

18. The Uses of Life and Death

 

Ethics, II [lecture series]

Folder 10

1. The Nature and Scope of Ethical Theory

Folder 11

2. The Nature of a Moral Situation

Folder 12

3. The Skeptic's Challenge

Folder 13

4. The Ethics of Power, I

Folder 14

5. The Ethics of Power, II

Folder 15

6. The Limits of Power

Folder 16

7. The Quest for Justice

Folder 17

8. Justice

Folder 18

9. Justice as Reward for Merit or Desert

Folder 19

10. Justice and Human Needs

Folder 20

11. The Limits of Justice

Folder 21

12. The Platonic Theory of Justice

Folder 22

13. The Cult of Pleasure

Folder 23

14. The Refutation of Egoistic Hedonism

Folder 24

15. Universalistic Hedonism

Folder 25

16. The Scope of Utilitarianism

Folder 26

17. Critique of Utilitarianism, I

Folder 27

18. Critique of Utilitarianism, II

Folder 28

19. The Ethics of Duty

Folder 29

20. Categorical Imperatives

Folder 30

21. Critique of Kant

Folder 31

22. Human Rights and Duties

Folder 32

23. The Ethic of Compassion

Folder 33

24. The Limits of Non-Resistance

Folder 34

25. The Role of Authority in Moral Life

Folder 35

26. Authority of Religion

Folder 36

27. Religion and the Problem of Evil

Folder 37

28. The Ethics of Conscience

Folder 38

29. The Authority of the State

Folder 39

30. The Ethics of Democracy

Folder 40

31. The Criticism of Democracy

Folder 41

32. Stoicism

Folder 42

33. Epicureanism

Folder 43

34. The Ethics of Existentialism

Folder 44

35. The Life of Reason

Folder 45

36. The Justification of Punishment

Folder 46

37. Theories of Punishment

Folder 47

38. The Free Will and the Free Man

Folder 48

40. The Logic and Language of Morals

Box 105., Folder 1

41. Emotivism

Folder 2

42. Subjectivism

Folder 3

43. The Good Reasons Approach

Folder 4

44. The Ethics of Naturalism

Folder 5

45. The Uses of Life and Death, I

Folder 6

46. The Uses of Life and Death, II

Folder 7

The Family

Folder 8

Feuerbach (Ludwig)

Folder 9

The Free Man in the Modern World

Folder 10

Freedom and Authority

Folder 11

Freedom and Security in the Modern World

Folder 12

Freedom and the Future of American Education

Folder 13

Freedom in the Modern Crisis

Folder 14

French Philosophy

Folder 15

Functionalism in Religion

Folder 16

Future of Administration in Higher Education

Folder 17

The Future of Education

Folder 18

The Future of the University

Folder 19

Good Sense and the Good Life

Folder 20

The Good Society

Folder 21

Great Books in History

Folder 22

Hedonism

Folder 23

Hegel (G. W. F.)

Folder 24

Hegel and His Contemporaries

Folder 25

Hegel and Hitler

Folder 26

Hegel and Marx

Folder 27

Hegel and Politics

Folder 28

Hegel, Schelling, Fichte

Folder 29

Hegel's History of Philosophy

Folder 30

Hegel's Logic

Folder 31

Hegel's Phenomenology

Folder 32

Hegel's Philosophy of Aesthetics

Folder 33

Hegel's Philosophy of History

Folder 34

Hegel's Philosophy of Law

Folder 35

Hegel's Philosophy of Religion

Folder 36

Hegel's Philosophy of Spirit and Rechtsphilosophie

Folder 37

Hegel's Rechtsphilosophie

Folder 38

Historical Materialism

Folder 39

Hoffer's True Believer

Folder 40

Holmes and Legal Realism

Folder 41

How to Make Democracy Work Better

Folder 42

Human Rights

Folder 43

Husserl (Edmund)

Folder 44

The Idealistic Interpretation of History

Folder 45

Ideas in the Atomic Age

Folder 46

Immortality, Science and the Good Society

Folder 47

The Impact of Darwinism on the Modern World

Folder 48

The Impact of Marxism on American Thought

Folder 49

Individual Freedom and Social Planning

Folder 50

Individual Responsibility in a Corporate World

Folder 51

Intelligence and Reason

Folder 52

Internal Relations

Folder 53

Introduction to Ethics

Box 106., Folder 1

Introduction to Philosophy

Folder 2

Is Russia a Democracy?

Folder 3

Is Soviet Communism the Wave of the Future?

Folder 4

Is There a Scientific Approach to History?

Folder 5

Judicial Activism or Restraint

Folder 6

The Justification of Empirical Belief

Folder 7

Kallen (Horace M.)

Folder 8

Kierkegaard and Existential Philosophy

Folder 9

Knowledge

Folder 10

Lassalle (Ferdinand)

Folder 11

Law

Folder 12

Liberalism

Folder 13

Literature

Folder 14

Live Questions among Humanists

Folder 15

Logic

Folder 16

Logic in Action [lecture series]

 

General

Folder 17

1. Why Logical Analysis Is Important

Folder 18

2. The Logic of Definition

Folder 19

3. The Use and Abuse of Analogy

Folder 20

4. Dilemmas: True and False

Folder 21

5. What Is a Question?

Folder 22

6. The Logic of Hypothesis

Folder 23

7. The Nature of Proof

Folder 24

8. Scientific Method contra Dialectics

Folder 25

9. How Liars "Figger"

Folder 26

10. Argumenta Ad Hominem: Open and Hidden

Folder 27

11. Logic and Myth in Politics

Folder 28

12. The Logic of Means and Ends

Folder 29

13. Scientific Cause and Logical Ground

Folder 30

14. Propaganda in Propaganda Analysis

Folder 31

15. Philosophical Interpretations in Logic

Folder 32

The Logic of Hypotheses

Folder 33

Logical Positivism

Folder 34

Lukacs (Georg)

Folder 35

Machiavelli to Mussolini

Folder 36

Marx (Karl)

Folder 37

Marx and Engels

Folder 38

Marx and Socialist Society

Folder 39

Marx and the Present

Folder 40

Marx and the Young Hegelians

Folder 41

Marx as a Philosopher

Box 107., Folder 1

Marx's Challenge to the West

Folder 2

Marx's Economics: Costs of Revolution

Folder 3

Marx's Theory of Classes

Folder 4

Marx's Theory of Ideology

Folder 5

Marxism and Communism

Folder 6

Marxism and Leninism

Folder 7

Marxism and Modern Philosophy

Folder 8

Marxism and Modern Science

Folder 9

Marxism Today

Folder 10

Material Achievement and Spiritual Development

Folder 11

Materialism

Folder 12

The Materialist Conception of History

Folder 13

Meaning and Verification

Folder 14

The Meaning of History

Folder 15

The Meaning of Present-Day Liberalism

Folder 16

Mechanism

Folder 17

Mechanism and Vitalism

Folder 18

The Melting Pot?

Folder 19

Metaphysics

Folder 20

Metaphysics as Nonsense

Folder 21

The Methodology of Marx

Folder 22

The Mind of the Twentieth Century

Folder 23

Modern Anthropological Thought

Folder 24

Myth and Reality in the Struggle for the World

Folder 25

Nationalism as an Expression of Early Democracy

Folder 26

Natural Law

Folder 27

Naturalism

Folder 28

Nature and Role of Revolutionary Ideals

Folder 29

The Nature of Chance

Folder 30

The Nature of Ideas in History

Folder 31

Necessary Being

Folder 32

Neo-Thomism

Folder 33

The New Conservatism and the Old Liberalism

Folder 34

New Criticism

Folder 35

New Directions in Socialist Thought

Folder 36

1944: Year of Decision?

Folder 37

Our Rights and Obligations Under the Constitution

Folder 38

Pareto (Vilfredo)

Folder 39

Pareto, Mosca and Michels

Folder 40

Peace and the Future of Jewry

Folder 41

The Philosophical Basis of American Socialism

Folder 42

Philosophy

Box 108., Folder 1

Philosophy and Our Daily Bread

Folder 2

Philosophy and the Modern World

Folder 3

The Philosophy of Capitalism

Folder 4

Philosophy of Cultural Freedom

Folder 5

The Philosophy of Dialectical Materialism

Folder 6

Philosophy of History [general]

Folder 7

Philosophy of History [lecture series]

 

General

Folder 8

1. Philosophy of Civilization

Folder 9

2. The Theory of Social Evolution

Folder 10

3. Critique of Evolution

Folder 11

4. Diffusionism and the Historico-Genetic Method

Folder 12

5. Geographical Interpretations of Civilization

Folder 13

6. The Racial Interpretation of Civilization

Folder 14

7. Genetics, Eugenics and Selectionism

Folder 15

8. The Use and Abuse of Statistical Method in Social Theory

Folder 16

9. The Heroic Conception of History and Civilization

Folder 17

10. Theories of Group-Consciousness

Folder 18

11. The Biological Interpretation of Civilization

Folder 19

12. Psychological Interpretations of Civilization

Folder 20

13. Durkheim and the Sociological Interpretation of the Categories

Folder 21

14. The Materialistic Conception of History

Folder 22

15. The Nature of History

Folder 23

16. Law and Chance in Human History

Folder 24

Philosophy of Jewish History

Folder 25

Philosophy of John Dewey

Folder 26

The Philosophy of Thomas Jefferson

Folder 27

Place of Philosophy in the American Tradition

Folder 28

The Place of the Humanities in a Liberal Arts Education

Folder 29

Plato's Republic

Folder 30

The Politics of the Academy

Folder 31

Potentiality

Folder 32

Pragmatism as a Philosophy of Experimentalism

Folder 33

Present and Future of Marxism

Folder 34

The President's Committee on Civil Rights

Folder 35

Problems and Prospects of World History

Folder 36

Problems in Social and Political Philosophy

Folder 37

The Professor, Academic Freedom and Responsibility

Folder 38

A Progressive Educator Talks Back

Folder 39

Property

Folder 40

The Prospects of Jewish Group Survival in America

Folder 41

Qualities of Political Leadership

Folder 42

Rationalism

Folder 43

Realistic Democracy

Folder 44

Reason, Fact and Fetish in History

Folder 45

Reflections on Detente

Folder 46

Relevance of Philosophy in an Experimental Age

Folder 47

Religion

Folder 48

Religion and the Social Order

Folder 49

The Revival of Metaphysics

Folder 50

The Rights and Limits of Dissent

Box 109., Folder 1

Rights of Students

Folder 2

The Rise of the Masses to Self-Consciousness

Folder 3

Rousseau (Jean-Jacques)

Folder 4

Russell (Bertrand)

Folder 5

Russia

Folder 6

Russia's Psychological Pressures

Folder 7

Santayana and the Life of Reason

Folder 8

Sartre and Existentialism

Folder 9

Scheler (Max)

Folder 10

Science and Humanities

Folder 11

Scope of Marxian Theory

Folder 12

A Secular Scheme of Personal Values

Folder 13

Skepticism and Certainty

Folder 14

A Social Philosophy for Jews

Folder 15

Social Thought in America

Folder 16

Socialism and Freedom

Folder 17

Socialism: Utopian and Scientific

Folder 18

Sorel (Georges)

Folder 19

Sources of Jewish Culture

Folder 20

Soviet Foreign Policy

Folder 21

Space

Folder 22

Spengler Reconsidered

Folder 23

Spengler's Political and Social Philosophy

Folder 24

Spinoza (Benedict)

Folder 25

Substance

Folder 26

Suicide

Folder 27

Teaching Adults

Folder 28

Teaching of Communism in the Colleges

Folder 29

Temporal Propositions: Judgments of the Past

Folder 30

The Theory of Plural Priorities

Folder 31

Theory of Universals

Folder 32

Thinking

Folder 33

Three Generic Conceptions of Experience

Folder 34

Tillich (Paul)

Folder 35

Time

Folder 36

Today's Flight from Reason

Folder 37

Totalitarianism and the American Tradition

Folder 38

Toynbee (Arnold J.)

Folder 39

Truth

Folder 40

Values and Public Social Policy

Folder 41

Values in a Changing Society

Folder 42

Voltaire

Folder 43

Wallace (Henry A.)

Folder 44

Weber (Max)

Folder 45

What Is Living and Dead in Marxism?

Folder 46

What Is Philosophy?

Folder 47

What Is the Outlook for American Democracy?

Folder 48

What Is Truth?

Folder 49

What Is Workers' Democracy?

Folder 50

Whitehead (Alfred North)

Folder 51

Why Capital Is an Important Book

Folder 52

Why Europe and America Must Unite

Folder 53

Why Hegel Is Important

Folder 54

The World We Live In

Boxes 110-172

Subject File, 1904-1990

Scope and Content Note

Published and unpublished writings of others, correspondence, and other material, arranged alphabetically by the topic to which they relate. See also Addendum File.
Box 110., Folder 1

General. Correspondence, clippings, notes, press release, flyers, printed articles, and miscellany, 1932-1988

Folder 2

Abortion. Printed article and letter, 1985-1989

Folder 3

Abzug, Bella. Clippings, flyers, and letters by Gerald Pinsky, 1972-1986

Folder 4

Academy of Humanism. Statement of purpose, by-laws, and letters by Cynthia Ozick, Paul Kurtz and Carl Sagan, 1983

Folder 5

Academy of Independent Scholars (Proposed). Prospectus, and correspondence with Kenneth E. Boulding and Lawrence Senesh, 1978

Folder 6

Adler, Mortimer J. Mimeographed lectures and printed articles by Adler, notes, clippings, and correspondence with Philip Burnham, Louis Finkelstein, Martin Gardner, Henry Hurwitz, Henry R. Luce, T. S. Matthews, Arthur S. Murphy and others, 1936-1957

Folder 7

Afghanistan. Newsletter, letter, speech by Jeane Kirkpatrick, and clipping, 1981-1983.

Scope and Content Note

See also Audiovisual File
Folder 8

Africa. Speech by Jeane Kirkpatrick, mimeographed copy of S. L. A. Marshall, "South Africa: The Strategic View," letters, clippings, and leaflet, 1959-1989

Folder 9

Alienation. Notes, printed copies of articles, typescript copies of Edmund Demaitre, "Modernists vs. Manicheans: The Marxist Debate on Socialist Humanism," Lewis S. Feuer, "Western Marxism: Its Search for a Philosophy," and Paul Craig Roberts and Matthew A. Stephenson, "The Concept of Alienation in Marx's Capital," and letters by Jeff M. Elliot and Dan Levin, 1961-1971

Folder 10

Amerasia. Printed copy of Philip J. Jaffe, The Amerasia Case from 1945 to Present (pamphlet), typescript copy of Harvey Klehr and Ronald Radosh, "The Amerasia Case and McCarthyism," and corerspondence with Klehr, 1979-1988

Folder 11

American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Application forms, bulletins, and correspondence with the Academy, George Shuster, John Voss and another, 1960-1985

Folder 12

American Artists' Congress. Printed copies of First American Artists Congress, 1936 and Art Front, and correspondence and printed article by Gerald Monroe, 1936-1976

Folder 13

American Association of Scientific Workers. Letters by Mark Graubard, 1940

Box 111., Folder 1

American Civil Liberties Union. Printed copy of Crisis in the Civil Liberties Union (pamphlet), printed interview with Roger Baldwin, resolutions and ephemeral publications of the American Civil Liberties Union, clippings, printed articles, and correspondence with Baldwin, Robert Berkman, John L. Childs and others, 1939-1989

Folder 2

American Committee for Democracy and Intellectual Freedom. Printed and mimeographed issuances of the American Committee for Democracy and Intellectual Freedom, clippings, press releases issued by Harry D. Gideonse, and correspondence with Franz Boas, Ralph E. Himstead and Harlow Shapley, 1939-1941

Folder 3

American Committee for the Defense of Leon Trotsky. Printed copy of Leon Trotsky, I Stake My Life (pamphlet), and correspondence with Thurman Arnold, Newton Arvin, Morris R. Cohen, Jerome Davis, Sherwood Eddy, Felix Frankfurter, Horace M. Kallen, Robert Morss Lovett, Arthur O. Lovejoy, Upton Sinclair, T. V. Smith, Stephen S. Wise and others, 1937

Folder 4

American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations. Printed and mimeographed issuances of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, 1962-1979

Folder 5-6

American Humanist Association. Legal briefs, printed and non-printed issuances of the American Humanist Association, and correspondence with John Dewey, Horace M. Kallen, Paul Kurtz, Edwin H. Wilson and others, 1942-1979

Folder 7

American Labor Party. Leaflet, and correspondence with William Ernest Hocking, Kenneth Leslie, Reinhold Niebuhr and others, 1940-1943

Box 112., Folder 1-2

American Philosophical Association. Issuances and proposed resolutions of the American Philosophical Association, programs, clippings, and correspondence with Brand Blanshard, Nicholas Capaldi, John J. Compton, Harold J. Johnson, Cornelius Kruse, Maurice Mandelbaum, Milton C. Nahm, Alan Pasch, Philip Blair Rice and others, 1930-1988

Folder 3

American Workers Party. Correspondence with Hubert Bonner, James Burnham, Robert M. Lovett, Herbert Solow, Allen Stiller, Arthur Younger and others, printed issuances, newsletter, clippings, and notes, 1934-1979

Folder 4

American Writers' Congress. Printed article by John Chamberlain, "The Literary Left Grows Up," 1935

 

Americans for Intellectual Freedom. Includes material relating to the Cultural and Scientific Conference for World Peace

Folder 5

Correspondence with A. J. Ayer, Rudolf Carnap, George Counts, Irwin Edman, Albert Einstein, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, William Ernest Hocking, Robert Morss Lovett, Henry R. Luce, Robert S. Lynd, Thomas Mann, H. J. Muller, Curtis P. Nettels, Harlow Shapley, Guy Emery Shipler, Rexford G. Tugwell, Oswald Veblen and others, 1949-1983

Folder 6

Miscellany. Press releases, program, clippings, printed matter, reports, and mimeographed copy of George S. Counts, "The Soviet Ideological Assault on the West," 1949-1989

Box 113., Folder 1

Anarchism. Outline, clipping, report, and correspondence, 1969-1985

Folder 2

Arendt, Hannah. Printed copy of On Revolution, with notes by Hook, printed articles, and correspondence with Lewis Feuer, Melvin Lasky, Diana Trilling and others, 1953-1986

Folder 3

Argentina. Memorandum, clippings, and correspondence with Brand Blanshard, Ernesto Bonasso, Edgar S. Brightman, Marvin Farber, Risieri Frondizi, Cornelius Kruse, Hans Reichenbach, Paul Weiss and others, 1948-1950

Folder 4

Art and esthetics. Printed matter, and correspondence with Meyer Schapiro, Morris Weitz and others, 1941-1969

Folder 5

Atheism. Notes, atheist propaganda issuances, and correspondence, 1930-1984

 

Atomic weapons and disarmament

Folder 6

Correspondence with Herman Kahn, Edwin Meese III, Roger O'Toole, Edward J. Rozek, Elias M. Schwarzbart, DeWitt S. Snell, Edward Teller, Dorothy Thompson and others, 1946-1986

Folder 7

Miscellany. Notes, announcements, newsletters, report, mimeograph outline, anonymous untitled mimeographed study, untitled mimeographed speeches by David Emery and Henry Kissinger, untitled mimeographed statements by the AFL-CIO and Eugene V. Rostow, mimeographed copy of Donald G. Brennan, "SALT and Arms Control," and typescript copy of Cuthbert Daniel and Arthur M. Squires, "The First Step to World Disarmament," 1948-1986

 

Printed matter. Leaflets, bulletins, clippings, periodical issues, pamphlets, printed articles by Edward Teller and others, and reprints

Folder 8-9

1947-1981

Box 114., Folder 1

1982-1986

Folder 2

Australia. Periodical issues, and letters, 1968-1978

Folder 3

Authoritarianism. Untitled typescript speech by Arnold Dresden, printed articles, and letter from Seymour Lipset, 1981-1989

Folder 4

Beard, Charles A. Letters, 1975-1978

Folder 5

Bell, Daniel. Typescript copies of two studies by Daniel Bell, "Technology, Nature and Society: The Vicissitudes of Three World-Views and the Confusion of Realms" and "The Basic Structures of Knowledge: What We May No Longer Take for Granted," and letters, 1969-1983

Folder 6

Bentley, Arthur F. Printed biographical sketch, 1968

Folder 7

Bergson, Henri. Typescript copy of Richard Gale, "Bergson's Analysis of the Concept of Nothing," and correspondence, 1964-1965

Folder 8

Berlin. Freie Universitdt. Correspondence with J|rgen Domes, Werner Stein, and Otto Stoltz, 1948-1973

Folder 9

Berlin, Isaiah. Printed articles and letter, 1963-1982

Folder 10

Bernstein, Eduard. Printed article and notes, 1978

Folder 11

Bloom, Allan. Printed articles, typescript copies of Kenneth Eble, "The Degradation of Undergraduate Education," and Jean Bethke Elshtain, "Relying on Nature: Are You Eligible for Membership in Allan Bloom's Fraternity?" Joseph Epstein, "Great Books, Democracy and Truth," Floyd W. Hayes III, "The Politics of Education in America's Multicultural Society: Beyond Bloom's Lament," Kathleen B. Jones, "Discourse, Text and Gender: A Women's Studies Response to The Closing of the American Mind," Stephen B. W. Roeder, "Can Science and Reason Have Anything to Say About Our Values? A Naive View," and Kingsley Widmer, "An Apology for Unteaching," and letters by Ted Klein and others, 1987-1989

Folder 12

Boas, Franz. Correspondence with Michael Rosen, 1983

Folder 13

Boas, George. Printed article and letter, 1984

Folder 14

Bogdanov, Alexander. Letters, newsletters and printed articles by K. M. Jensen, 1982

Box 115., Folder 1

Brecht, Bertolt. Notes, program, printed article, clippings, reprints, and correspondence with Hans-J|rgen Caspar, 1957-1988

Folder 2

Bukharin, Nikolai. Printed matter, n.d.

Folder 3

Bunzel, John H. Clippings, reprint, mimeographed and printed copies of speeches by John H. Bunzel, and correspondence with Glenn Dumke, Paul Seabury, Philip Siegelman, and others, 1968-1983

Folder 4

Burma. Pamphlets and letter, 1954-1959

Folder 5

Burnham, James. Correspondence with Lewis Feuer and another, 1981-1984

Folder 6

Burtt, Edwin A. Booklet and notes, 1988

Folder 7

Calverton, V. F. Printed article and correspondence, 1933-1988

Folder 8

Cambodia. Speech by Jeane Kirkpatrick, 1984

Folder 9

Catholic Church. Legal document, clippings, other printed matter, and correspondence with J. P. Conneally, Ferdinand Lundberg and others, 1939-1985

Folder 10

Catholic/Humanist Dialogue, 1972. Typescript copy of opening remarks by Paul Kurtz, and mimeographed copies of two conference papers, Charles Frankel, "Conscience and the State," and J. P. Mackey, "The Sources and Sanctions of Conscience," 1972

Folder 11

Censorship. Clippings, correspondence, and legal brief, 1947-1987

Folder 12

Central America. Symposium paper by Melvin Levitsky, clippings, position papers, typescript reports by Max Singer, statements by Singer and Jeane Kirkpatrick, printed articles, and correspondence with James Jefford, R. Bruce McColm, Stephen Solarz and others, 1981-1989. Primarily relates to Nicaragua and El Salvador

Folder 13

Chemical warfare. Statement by Stephen J. Solarz, 1983

Folder 14

Chile. Legal decision, and printed matter, 1979

Folder 15

China. Correspondence and printed article by Miriam London, 1983-1985

Box 116., Folder 1

Chomsky, Noam. Printed articles by Chomsky and others, pamphlet, copies of Chomsky speech in Hanoi, and correspondence with Chomsky, Milton R. Konvitz, George Watson, Arthur M. Young and others, 1968-1989

Folder 2

Cities and towns. Pamphlet, 1966

Folder 3

Civil disobedience. Notes, reports, untitled mimeographed essay by Michael Walzer, typescript copies of Alan Gewirth, "Civil Disobedience, Law and Morality: An Examination of Justice Fortas' Doctrine," and Robert H. Sulnick, "The Conscientious Objector: A Matter of Justice and Freedom of Religion," letters, speeches, printed article, clipping, and bulletin, ca. 1960-1976

 

Civil rights

Folder 4

Miscellany. Notes, mimeographed material, mimeographed copies of W. T. Blackstone, "Equality and Human Rights," Herbert Brucker, "Freedom vs. Treason," Harry V. Jaffa, "The American Founding as the Best Regime: The Bonding of Civil and Religious Liberty," and Roger Pilon, "A Theory of Rights," and correspondence with Birch Bayh, Norman Dorsen and others, 1948-1987

Folder 5-6

Printed matter. Clippings, articles, serial issues, pamphlets, letters, and leaflets, 1909-1987

Folder 7

Cleaver, Eldridge. Untitled typescript article by Eldridge Cleaver, and letter by Carl Gershman, n.d.

 

Cohen, Morris R.

Box 117., Folder 1-2

Lectures. Handwritten and typewritten transcripts of lectures by Morris R. Cohen, n.d.

Folder 3

Miscellany. Lecture notices, program, printed articles by Cohen, and correspondence with Felix S. Cohen, Leonora Cohen Rosenfield, and others, 1923-1971

Folder 4

Colorado, University of. Printed material, memoranda, galley proofs, speeches, and correspondence with Edward Rozek and others, 1957-1988

Folder 5

Commager, Henry Steele. Printed articles by Commager, and letters by Arnold Beichman and another, 1949-1987

Folder 6

Commission pour la Viriti sur les Crimes de Staline. Memorandum, 1961

 

Committee for Cultural Freedom. Includes material relating to the League for Cultural Freedom and Socialism

Folder 7

Correspondence with Sherwood Anderson, Roger Baldwin, Franz Boas, Walter B. Cannon, Felix S. Cohen, Philip W. L. Cox, John Dewey, Irving Fineman, Waldo Frank, Francis A. Henson, Ralph Ingersoll, Freda Kirchwey, Suzanne La Follette, Max Lerner, Arthur Lovejoy, Ferdinand Lundberg, Wesley C. Mitchell, John Jacob Posner, Benjamin Stolberg, Norman Thomas, Harry F. Ward and others, 1939-1988

Box 118., Folder 1

Miscellany. Printed and mimeographed issuances, program statements, minutes, reports, clippings, press releases, bulletins, lists, and miscellany, 1939-1942

Folder 2

Committee for the Free World. Press releases, clippings, membership list, typescript copy of Melvin J. Lasky, "On Ideas, Ideology, and Information Policy in the 1980's," and correspondence with John S. Friedman, Leopold Labedz, Cleo Mitchell Paturis, Leo Raditsa, and Philip Siegelman, 1981-1983

Folder 3

Committee on Science and Freedom (sponsored by the Congress for Cultural Freedom). Correspondence with George, Michael and Priscilla Polanyi, 1954-1965

Folder 4

Common Cause. Printed matter, and correspondence, 1949

 

Communism

Folder 5-6

General. Clippings, reprints, serial issues, other printed matter, mimeographed material, notes, memorandum by Seymour Martin Lipset, and correspondence, 1932-1984

Folder 7

China. Clippings, printed material, mimeograph and printed issuances of the American China Policy Association, Inc., speeches by Clare Boothe Luce, A. C. Wedemeyer, and others, pamphlet, typescript copy of Mary F. Berry, "The Chinese Experience in Education: What America Stands to Learn," mimeograph copy of "Wang Tsun-ming, Anti-Communist: An Autobiographical Account of Chinese Communist Thought Reform," typescript copy of a letter to the editor by Abraham Kalish relating to John Paton Davies, and correspondence with Alfred Kohlberg, Lynn H. Miller, and Albert Shanker, 1934-1983

Folder 8

Cuba. Mimeographed statement by Carl Gershman, clippings, other printed matter, and letters by Theodore Draper and others, 1962-1985

Folder 9

Czechoslovakia. Clippings, mimeographed and typescript material, serial issue, typescript copy of "Cultural Detente at Scientific Congresses: The Secret Report of the Czech Sociologists to the Central Committee of the Czechoslovak Communist Party, 1974," and letters, 1946-1986

Box 119., Folder 1

Europe, Eastern. Reprint, conference proceedings, bulletin relating to Hungary, printed material, and mimeographed copy of Brutus Coste, "Our Allies Behind the Iron Curtain," 1950-1957

Folder 2

Korea. Anonymous untitled typescript study, n.d.

Folder 3

Poland. Typescript copy of Leszek Kolakowski, "The Phenomenon of Polish Marxism," mimeographed proceedings of the East-West Round Table of New York, clippings, press release, pamphlet, and correspondence with Kolakowski and Saul E. White, 1946-1982

 

Soviet Union

Folder 4

Clippings, 1929-1983

Folder 5

Correspondence with Curtis Benjamin, Albert Einstein, Jerzy Gliksman, Alice G. Harris, Thomas Mann, Philip F. Mayer, Donald C. Williams and others, 1947-1988

Folder 6-7

Miscellany. Printed articles, clippings, notes, pamphlets, serial issues, printed and mimeographed bulletins, press release, and a mimeographed copy of Roman Smal-Stocky, "The American Committee for Free Russia and the Right of Self-Determination of the Non-Russian Nationalities of the Soviet Union," 1921-1984

 

United States

Folder 8

Clippings, 1935-1988

Box 120., Folder 1

Correspondence with Philip W. L. Cox, Raphael Demos, David Garrow, Granville Hicks, Harvey Klehr, Lewis Feuer, Benjamin Mandel, Herbert Solow, Douglas C. Webb and others, 1939-1988

Folder 2-5

Miscellany. Notes, pamphlets, reports, serial issues, leaflets, bulletins, lists, printed articles, statements and speeches by Earl Browder, Howard Fast, Gus Hall, Granville Hicks, and Joseph Stalin, testimony by Gus Hall, mimeograph report by Harvey Schechter, "A Memo to Liberals, Subject: Anti-Communism," and draft chapters from proposed study of American communism by Harvey Klehr, with letters, 1929-1988

Folder 6

Yugoslavia. Notes, newsletter, serial issues, pamphlet, reprint, printed article, excerpts from printed matter, and correspondence, 1947-1987

Box 121., Folder 1

Communism in art. Clippings and a pamphlet, 1949-1983

 

Communism in education

Folder 2

General

 

General. Maria M. Brau, "The Concept of Academic Freedom in Sidney Hook." Typescript and correspondence, 1966-1973

Folder 3-4

Clippings, 1934-1989

 

Correspondence with Samuel K. Allison, George Anastaplo, Herbert Aptheker, A. F. Canwell, William T. Couch, Wesley Frank Craven, Raphael Demos, Henry Ehlers, Nathan Glazer, Jacob W. Gruber, Louis Hacker, John D. Hicks, Joel H. Hildebrand, Arthur B. Hooker, Harry Kantor, Louis O. Kattsoff, Gail Kennedy, Abraham Lefkowitz, Seymour Martin Lipset, Hamilton A. Long, Arthur O. Lovejoy, Benjamin Mandel, H. J. Muller, Frank B. Ober, Michael Polanyi, Thomas Clark Pollock, Denton Porter, Philip Blair Rice, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Ellen Schrecker, D. R. Scott, Albert Shanker, Bruce Stewart, Norman Thomas, Edward C. Tolman, Frank N. Trager, Sophus K. Winther and others

Folder 5-6

1941-1950

Box 122., Folder 1

1951-1979

Folder 2-3

Miscellany. Notes, reports, statements, press releases, resolutions, speech transcripts, notices, and book outline, 1930-1956

 

Printed matter. Serial issues, pamphlets, reports, printed articles, clippings, and legal decision

Folder 4-5

1935-1953

Box 123., Folder 1

1954-1979

Folder 2

American Association of University Professors. Statements, proposed resolutions of the American Association of University Professors, clipping, and correspondence with Ralph F. Fuchs, Ralph E. Himstead, William Laprade, Arthur Lovejoy, and others, 1949-1956

Folder 3

New York University. Clipping, and communist leaflets and bulletins distributed at New York University, 1935-1942

Folder 4

Conference for Promotion of World Peace. Program and clippings, 1964

Folder 5

Conference on Cultural Relations with the Soviet Union. Discussion outline, treaty text, notes, list of participants, and correspondence, 1959-1960

Folder 6

Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion. Announcements, program, proceedings, bulletin, reprint, and correspondence with John Dewey, Louis Finkelstein, Harry A. Overstreet and others, 1940-1953

Folder 7

Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. Reports, hearing transcripts, clipping, and statements by Max Kampelman and George Shultz, 1981-1983

Folder 8

Conferences on the Heritage of the English-Speaking Peoples and Their Responsibility, Kenyon College, 1946-1947. Programs, printed summary, and printed conference papers, 1946-1947

Box 124., Folder 1-2

Conferences on the Humanities and Public Policy Issues. Agenda, and mimeographed copies of conference papers by Adda Bozeman, "War and the Clash of Ideas," Robert W. Cox, "On Thinking about Future World Order," Abraham Edel, "Humanities and Public Policy in Philosophic Perspective," Charles Frankel, "Private Right and the Public Good," Elisabeth Hansot, "Utopian Views of War and Peace," Robert L. Heilbroner, "Second Thoughts on The Human Prospect," Louis Henkin, "Privacy and Autonomy under the Constitution," Frederick M. Keener, "Pomp, Circumstances, and the Professing of the Humanities," William H. McNeill, "National Frontiers in Humanistic Perspective," Steven Marcus, "What Is a Good Society and What Can Established Educational Structures (Whether Real or Possible) Do to Achieve or Maintain It?" Robert E. Marshak, "The Urban-Global Mission of the City University of New York," Arno J. Mayer, "The Lower Middle Class as Historical Problem," Robert Nisbet, "The Social Costs of Equality," Rosemary Park, "The Disestablished Humanities," Peter R. Pouncey, "Thucydides," Roger L. Shinn, "Living with Scarcity," and William Vickrey, "Justice, Equality, and the Economic System," 1974-1975

 

Congress for Cultural Freedom

 

Correspondence with Samuel K. Allison, Arnold Beichman, Daniel Bell, Francois Bondy, Elliot E. Cohen, John P. Diggins, James T. Farrell, James Franck, Michael Josselson, Arthur Koestler, Milton R. Konvitz, Irving Kristol, H. Richard Krygier, Melvin J. Lasky, Franco Lombardi, Mary S. McAuliffe, John J. McCloy, Dwight Macdonald, R. M. MacIver, Henry Margenau, Lester Markel, M. R. Masani, H. J. Muller, Nicolas Nabokov, William Phillips, Michael Polanyi, Ronald Radosh, Denis de Rougemont, Richard Rovere, Bertrand Russell, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Ignazio Silone, Boris Souvarine, Stephen Spender, Allen Tate, Mack Thompson, Diana Trilling, Peter Viereck, Morton White and others

Folder 3-5

1949-1969

Box 125., Folder 1

1972-1988

Folder 2-4

Miscellany. Mimeographed copies of Mary McCarthy, "What Forces Threaten Cultural Freedom?", and Hans Thirring, "Die Verantwortung der Intellektuellen," typescript copy of Nicolas Nabokov, "Tradition and Social Change," clippings, notes, program statements, reports, lists, proposed resolutions, minutes, pamphlets, memoranda, programs, newsletters, proposed book outline, articles of incorporation, and printed matter, 1950-1975

Box 126., Folder 1

Conservatism. Clippings, typescript copy of Carl Gershman, "Why I Am Not a Conservative," and Robert L. Bock, "Hook, Burnham and Kendall: Ideological Change and Subsequent Influence," pamphlet, printed article, and correspondence with Bock, Gershman, Joseph Kraft and others, 1972-1987

Folder 2

Le Contrat Social. Issues of Le Contrat Social, 1964-1966

Folder 3

Corey, Lewis. Typescript review by Paul Mattick, printed review, printed article, and notes of an interview of Mrs. Corey, 1934-1977

Folder 4

Cowley, Malcolm. Printed articles by Cowley, clipping, printed excerpts, notes, and correspondence with Irving Howe and another, 1935-1989

Folder 5-7

Crime. Clippings, proposal, bulletin, program, notes, outline and typescript copy of "The Defenseless Society," legal opinion, printed articles and excerpts, newsletters, reprints, study guide, and correspondence with Park Chamberlain, Arthur Miller and others, 1951-1989

Box 127., Folder 1

Cybernetics. Mimeographed copy of Edward F. Haskell and Harold G. Cassidy, "Plain Truth and Redirection of the Cold War," 1961

Folder 2

Dahlberg, Edward. Letters, 1972-1973

Folder 3

Davis, Angela. Clippings, and letters, 1969-1972

Folder 4

Davis, Jerome. Correspondence with Davis and others, 1939-1966

Folder 5

Death. Clipping and bulletin, 1972-1974

Folder 6-7

Democracy. Clippings, serial issues, notes, pamphlet, brochure, printed excerpts, typescript fragment, typescript copy of Leo Raditsa, "Democracy and War," mimeographed copy of Benjamin E. Lippincott, "A Failure in English Political Thought," mimeographed conference papers by R. H. S. Crossman, "Democratic Control of Foreign Policy," Hugh Gaitskell, "A Note on Opposition in the Older Democracies," Bertrand de Jouvenel, "What Is Democracy?", other mimeographed material, and correspondence, 1940-1988

Folder 8

Deutscher, Isaac. Clipping, and memorandum and letter by Boris Shub, 1948-1972

Folder 9

Dialectical materialism. Clipping, printed articles, notes, mimeographed copy of Paul S. Epstein, "The Diamat and the Point of View of Modern Science," two anonymous studies, "Comment on Margolin's 'Le Diamat'" and "The Artificial Dialectic," printed articles, and correspondence with E. F. Carritt, Edward Conze, Jerome N. Frank and others, 1933-1966

Folder 10

Douglas, William O. Clippings and program, 1969-1973

Box 128., Folder 1

East-West Philosophers Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1959. Program, list of participants, notes, and mimeographed copies of W. Arthur Lewis, "A Summary and Analysis of the Results of the Conference," and W. T. Stace, "Some Random Remarks Suggested by the East-West Philosophers Conference, 1959," and correspondence, 1959-1961

Folder 2

Eastman, Max. Clippings, reprint, printed article, and letters by Eastman, William F. Buckley, Jr., Floyd Dell, and John P. Diggins, 1927-1979

Folder 3-4

Economics. Clippings, printed articles by Melville J. Ulmer and others, typescript copy of Abba Lerner, "Theory and Realism: An Interjection," mimeographed copies of Eugene Fama and Michael Jensen, "Separation of Ownership and Control," Bertrand de Jouvenel, "From Political Economy to Political Ecology," Sioma Kagan, "The State of the U.S. Economy at the End of the Decade of the 1970s," Abba P. Lerner, "Projecting the New Economic World Order," Kenneth E. Scott and Myron Scholes, "The Concentration of Economic Power: Some Reflections," George Stigler and Claire Friedland, "The Literature of Economics: The Case of Berle and Means," and Melville J. Ulmer, "The Trouble with Keynes," "Full Employment without Inflation," and untitled congressional testimony, serial issue, tables, and letters by Ulmer and another, 1934-1988

 

Education

 

General

Folder 5

General. Barbara Forrest, "Naturalism in Education: A Study of Sidney Hook." Typescript and correspondence, 1986-1989

Folder 6

Miscellany. Notes, typescript copies of Colin Clark, "The Economics of Education," Martin Meyerson, "Play for Mortal Stakes," and Thomas Clark Pollock, "Leadership and Liberal Education," Edward Rozek, "Education for Self-Fulfillment and the Survival of a Free Society," mimeographed copy of James O. Miller, "Early Childhood Education as an Intervention in the Child's Ecological System," conference proceedings, and correspondence with William Bennett, Robert Caldwell, R. Courant, Mason W. Gross, Amos B. Horlacher, Earl McGrath, Lester Markel, Thomas Clark Pollock and others, 1931-1988

Box 129., Folder 1-3

Printed matter. Serial issues, bulletins, articles, symposium proceedings, reprints, report, and clippings, 1937-1988

Folder 4

United States

 

Correspondence with Frank Barnett, William Bennett, Roger Freeman, and others, 1947-1989

 

Miscellany. Agenda, leaflet, memoranda, conference transcript, mimeographed copies of John C. Flanagan, "Quality and Equality in Education," Harley L. Lutz, "Guarding Educational Standards While Reducing Aggregate Tax Burdens during the Depression," and Mrs. Eugene Meyer, "The Public School and Sectarian Religion," course proposal, and correspondence

Folder 5-7

1931

Box 130., Folder 1

1933-1978

Folder 2-3

Printed matter. Clippings, serial issues, articles, reprints, pamphlets, reports, and leaflet, 1932-1989

Folder 4

Education for Democracy (Organization). Pamphlet, letters, memorandum, and clipping, 1984-1987

Folder 5

Education for Freedom (Organization). Leaflets, prospectus, transcripts of radio broadcasts by Mortimer J. Adler, Stringfellow Barr, Robert H. Hutchins, Alexander Meiklejohn, Mark Van Doren and others, and correspondence with Harry D. Gideonse and others, 1943-1944

Folder 6

Einstein, Albert. Clipping, serial issue, printed articles, newsletter, and correspondence with Lewis Feuer, Irving Kristol, Otto Nathan, John Stachel, Norman Thomas and others, 1948-1985

Folder 7

Emergency Civil Liberties Committee. Leaflets, programs, reprints, and letters, 1952-1953

Box 131., Folder 1

Encounter. Clippings, memorandum, and correspondence with McGeorge Bundy, Michael Josselson, Irving Kristol, Melvin J. Lasky, Abba Lerner, Anthony Robinson, Stephen Spender and others, 1955-1987

Folder 2

Encyclopaedia Britannica. Letters by Ernest van den Haag and another, 1971-1975

Folder 3

Energy and the environment. Newsletter, project description, program, issue of Institution Analysis, and letters by Robert T. Stafford and another, 1974-1986

Folder 4

Enquiry. Issues of Enquiry, 1943-1944

Folder 5

Equality. Typescript copy of James S. Coleman, "Inequality, Sociology, and Moral Philosophy," mimeographed copy of Felix E. Oppenheim, "Equality," notes, letter, and printed articles, 1953-1977

Folder 6

Espionage, Russian. Clippings, printed articles, press release, hearing transcripts, clippings, notes, and correspondence with Oswald Veblen and Gregory Vlastos, 1947-1988

Folder 7

Est et Ouest. Issues of Est et Ouest,1973-1974

 

Ethics

 

Miscellany. Notes, mimeographed copies of Dean Acheson, "Ethics in International Relations Today," R. B. Brandt, "Moral Philosophy and the Analysis of Language," Alan Gewirth, "Some Conceptual Issues in the Relation between Law and Morality," H. L. Hollingsworth, "The Ethical Significance of the Recognition of Individual Differences," Donald Schon, "Conflict, Functional and Formal," and "Ultimate Rules and the Rational Settlement," M. B. E. Smith, "Rawls and Intuitionism," anonymous typescript copy of "Freedom of the Will," and correspondence with Algernon D. Black and others

Folder 8

Undated

Box 132., Folder 1

1929-1988

Folder 2

Printed matter. Reprints, pamphlets, serial issues, printed excerpts, and clippings, 1952-1973

Folder 3

European Congress of Freedom and the Future, 2d, Europahxjskolen, Denmark, 1981. Brochures and letters, 1980-1981

Folder 4

Euthanasia. Reprints and clippings, 1960-1989

Folder 5

Existentialism. Notes, reprint, printed article, and mimeographed copy of A. J. Ayer, "Some Aspects of Existentialism," 1959-1961

Folder 6

Fairbank, John K. Letters, and printed articles, 1982

Folder 7

Farrell, James T. Printed articles, 1976-1981

Folder 8

Federal Bureau of Investigation. Clipping, reprint, and letter, 1949-1981

Folder 9

Feuer, Lewis S. Typescript, typescript comments on unidentified work by Hook, printed articles by Feuer, and correspondence, 1948-1987

Folder 10

Feuerbach, Ludwig. Notes and correspondence, 1962-1974

Folder 11

For Intellectual Liberty (Organization). Printed and mimeographed bulletins issued by For Intellectual Liberty, 1936-1937

Folder 12

Forced labor - Russia. Program, announcements, clipping, report, and correspondence, 1935-1953

Folder 13

Fourth International. Leaflets, clippings, serial issues, and correspondence with Earle Birney, James Burnham, James P. Cannon, Lewis Corey, John Dos Passos, Albert Glotzer, Harry W. Laidler, A. J. Muste, Alan Wald and others, 1933-1983

Folder 14

France. Flyer, unidentified statement, declarations, statements by others, printed articles, and clipping, 1953-1960. Includes material relating to Algeria

Box 133., Folder 1

Frank, Waldo. Correspondence with Norman Thomas, 1954

Folder 2

Franklin, H. Bruce. Report and clipping, 1972-1980

Folder 3-4

Free Europe University in Exile, Strasbourg, France. Reports, memorandum, brochure, application forms, minutes, programs, mimeographed seminar papers (in French) by Adolph Berle, Georges Bidault, M. E. Naegelen, and John Pelenyi, with summary (in English), and correspondence with James Burnham, C. D. Jackson and others, 1951-1958

Folder 5

Freedom Academy (Proposed). Clipping, and correspondence, 1962-1964

Folder 6

Freeman, Joseph. Typewritten recollections by Freeman, including an extended typescript letter to Floyd Dell, and a letter from John Macdonald to Alan Wald relating to Joseph Freeman's recollections of Sidney Hook, 1952-1985

Folder 7

Freud, Sigmund. Clippings, reprints, and correspondence with S. Berthelsdorf, Adolf Gr|nbaum, Sidney Keller, William McKinley Runyan, and Meyer Schapiro, 1940-1984

Folder 8

Friends of Russian Freedom. Statement, list, and letters by Eugene Lyons and others, 1949

Folder 9

Fulbright, J. William. Reprint, clipping by Colin Campbell, and correspondence with Campbell, 1985

Folder 10

Fund for the Republic. Mimeographed memorandum, serial issues, and printed issuances, 1955-1961

Folder 11

Galbraith, John Kenneth. Notes, clippings, and letters by Robert V. Daniels, Roger A. Freeman and others, 1968-1978

Folder 12

Gates, Arthur I. Printed biographical sketch, 1973

Folder 13

Genealogy. Reprint series, 1978

Folder 14

Genocide. Clipping, statement, and letter by Milton R. Konvitz, 1948

Folder 15

Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Memorandum by Miro Todorovich and Edward Chalfant, and letters by Valerie A. Earle and R. J. Henle, 1970

 

Germany

Folder 16

General. Postcards, clippings, guidebook, student handbook, speech excerpts, mimeographed copy of "The Relations between the Two States in Germany," printed copy of Gertrude Albertson, Walpurgis Night: Stories about Growing Up in Nazi Germany: An Eyewitness Account, and letters, 1928-1987

Box 134., Folder 1

Reconstruction. Reprint and correspondence, 1945-1963

Folder 2

Gide, Andri. Letters, 1957

Folder 3

Ginger, Ray. Correspondence with Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., 1949

Folder 4

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. Printed article, n.d.

Folder 5

Goodman, Paul. Correspondence, 1975-1980

Folder 6

Gramsci, Antonio. Typescript of Maurice A. Finocchiaro, "Gramsci: An Alternative Communism?" note by Hook, and correspondence with Finocchiaro, 1982-1989

Folder 7

Great Britain. Printed copies of Cards on the Table and Keep Left (pamphlets), clippings, and letter, 1947-1980

Folder 8

Greece. Clippings, and letter by Nathan Shapiro and another, 1947-1952

Folder 9

Grigorenko, Pyotr. Letter, 1973

Folder 10

Habermas, J|rgen. Letters by Adolf Gr|nbaum, 1984.

Folder 11

Hammer, Armand. Letter, 1981

Folder 12

Harrington, Michael. Printed articles by Harrington and others, and clippings, 1979-1988

Folder 13

Haya de la Torre, Victor Raul. Memorandum, bulletin, and letters, 1950-1962

 

Hegel, G. W. F.

Folder 14

Miscellany. Clippings, reprints, typescript copy of R|diger Bubner, "\ber Hegels Bedeutung f|r die Sozialwissenschaften," and correspondence with Walter Kaufmann, Anthony Quinton and another, 1923-1976

Folder 15

The Owl of Minerva. Issues of The Owl of Minerva, 1969-1979

Folder 16

Heidegger, Martin. Printed articles, 1987-1988

Folder 17

Hellman, Lillian. Clippings, printed articles, notes, printed reviews of and excerpts from Lillian Hellman's book Scoundrel Time, and correspondence with Samuel McCracken, R. Emmett Tyrell, Jr., William Wright and another, 1967-1985

Folder 18

Herberg, Will. Mimeographed copy of "Personalism, Socialism and Democracy" by Will Herberg, printed articles, and letters, 1946-1987

Folder 19

Hess, Moses. Typescript copy of Irving Levitas, "Moses Hess: The Jewish Socialist and Socialist Jew," and letter by Levitas, 1967

 

Hiss, Alger

 

Clippings. Includes a note by Daniel Bell and a printed letter by Hiss

Folder 20

1948-1976

Box 135., Folder 1

1978-1989

Folder 2-3

Correspondence with William F. Buckley, Jr., Whittaker Chambers, Alistair Cooke, William Fitelson, Eric Jacobs, Clarence M. Kelley, Arthur Koestler, Joseph P. Lash, Isaac Don Levine, Lester Markel, William Moore, Richard M. Nixon, Meyer Schapiro, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Paul Seabury, Allen Weinstein, Nathaniel Weyl, Paul Willert and others, 1949-1989

Folder 4-5

Legal briefs, 1975

Folder 6-7

Miscellany. Deposition and interview transcript by Herbert Solow, serial issues, notes, Congressional hearings, galleys, and miscellany, 1938-1989

Box 136., Folder 1

Writings. Typescript copies of David Martin, "Alger Hiss, the Communist Infiltration, and the 'Messing Up' of Foreign Policy," and five writings by Allen Weinstein, "Alger Hiss: Guilty or Innocent?" "A Reply to I. F. Stone," "A Response to Robert Sherrill," "Statement of Facts: Lawsuit Filed by Samuel Krieger against Myself, Alfred A. Knopf and the New Republic," and "Whittaker Chambers and the Communist Underground: New Evidence on the Alger Hiss Case," 1956-1979

Folder 2

History. Correspondence, notes, speech by Thomas Wicker, clippings, and reprints, 1939-1988

Folder 3-6

Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. Memoranda, reports, press releases, serial issue, petition, printed articles, clippings, miscellanea, and correspondence with Leo Cherne, Edwin Harwood, Jacob K. Javits, Donald Kennedy, William Kimball, Seymour Martin Lipset, David Packard and others, 1948-1989

Folder 7

Howe, Irving. Printed excerpts by Howe, clippings, and letter, 1982-1988

Box 137., Folder 1

Hughes, H. Stuart. Letters by Robert Fellows, 1961

Folder 2

Human rights. Radio broadcast transcript, report, letters, brochure, speech, printed excerpts, notes, typescript copy of Gregory Pence, "A Critique of Sidney Hook's Justification of Human Rights," mimeograph copy of a symposium presentation by Leonard Sussman, "Human Rights and the Reagan Administration," and material relating to the Bellagio Conference on Human Rights and Developing Nations, including a mimeographed copy of Adamantia Pollis, "Toward a Reformulation of the Concept of Human Rights," 1942-1985

Folder 3

Human Rights and the Quest for Peace, Symposium, Warrenton, Va., 1968. Letter, program, list of participants, and mimegraphed conference papers by John Carey, "U.N. Protection of Human Rights," Gidon Gottlieb, "Responsibility of the State for Individuals under International Law with Special Reference to the Victims of Armed Conflicts," A. B. McNulty, "The Establishing of Procedures and Institutions for the International Protection of Human Rights," Frank Newman, "Human Rights Standards," and Luis Reque, "The Organization of American States and the Protection of Human Rights", 1968

Folder 4

Humanism. Newsletter, printed symposium contributions, serial issues, clippings, and correspondence, 1948-1989

Folder 5

Hume, David. Reprint, n.d.

Folder 6

Hungary. Memorandum, clippings, pamphlet, and correspondence with Frank Knopfelmacher, Morton White and others, 1956-1988

Folder 7

Husserl, Edmund. Letters by Marvin Farber, 1930

Folder 8

Hutchins, Robert M. Interview, speech transcripts and pamphlet by Hutchins, brochure, printed article, clippings, and letters by Reinhold Niebuhr and others, 1946-1980

Folder 9

Illich, Ivan. Clippings, 1971

Folder 10-11

India. Typescript copy of K. K. Sinha, "Problems of Indian Democracy: A Brief Note," printed copies of Ananda K. Coomaraswamy, "The Religious Basis of the Forms of Indian Society" and "Indian Culture and English Influence," S. L. Dar, [Banaras Hindu University] Agitation of 1958, Humayun Kabir, "The Gandhian Way," Mukandi Lal, The Cow Cult in India, Radical Democratic Party, Principles of Radical Democracy, A. H. Somjee, Voting-Behaviour in an Indian Village, West Bengal Youth and Students Committee, The Kerala Upsurge, clippings, notes, miscellany, and correspondence with Idella Marx and others, 1946-1973

Folder 12

Indonesia. Printed article, memorandum prepared for Norman Thomas, mimeographed tour guide, and letters from Norman Thomas and others, 1955-1968

Folder 13

Institut f|r Sozialforschung, Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Printed articles and letter, 1973-1989

Folder 14

Intellect. Correspondence with Erika Erdmann, 1978-1979

 

Intellectuals

Box 138., Folder 1

General. Edward S. Shapiro, "The Jewishness of the New York Intellectuals: Sidney Hook, a Case Study." Typescript and correspondence, 1988

Folder 2-3

Miscellany. Syllabus, project proposal, notes, clippings, conference report, interview summary, mimeographed copy of Charles Kadushin, "How the American Intellectual Elite Decided to Oppose the War in Vietnam," typescript copies of Seymour Martin Lipset, "The End of Ideology and the Ideology of the Intellectuals" and Alan Wald, "The New York Intellectuals and World War II," and correspondence with Daniel Aaron, Albert Glotzer, Neil Jumonville, Mark Krupnick, William L. O'Neill, and Alan Wald, 1971-1988

Folder 4

Printed matter. Clippings, printed articles and excerpts, 1957-1987

Folder 5

Intelligence levels. Reprint, clipping, leaflets, television broadcast transcript, and letters, 1967-1976

Folder 6

International Congress for the Philosophy of Science. Reprint and typescript report, 1952-1954

Folder 7

International Congress of Philosophy. Program, by-laws, correspondence, and reports, 1947-1968

Folder 8

International Day against Dictatorship and War, Paris, 1949. Clippings, and correspondence with Claude Croutelle, 1949

Folder 9

International Freedoms Conference, 3d, Valley Forge, Pa., 1979. Brochures, programs, mimeographed copy of Frank R. Barnett, "Reclaiming the Initiative from the Soviet Heartland: The Case for a Tri-Oceanic Alliance of the Imperiled Rimlands," and letters, 1979

Box 139., Folder 1

International Institute for Economic Research. Pamphlets issued by the International Institute for Economic Research, 1976-1978

Folder 2

Iran. Letters, 1981

Folder 3

Iron Curtain Refugee Campaign. Correspondence with Charles P. Taft, 1949

Folder 4

James, William. Notes, proofs, letters, and reprints, 1964-1973

Folder 5-6

James vs. Board of Education of Central District No. 1. Legal briefs and decision, and letters by Harry Treinin, 1972-1974

Folder 7-8

Japan. Printed copy of Trade Union Movement in Japan (pamphlet), printed articles, clippings, correspondence with Melvin Lasky and others, translation of clipping, pamphlets, notes, serial issues, and anonymous typescript copy of "On Mother-Infant Interaction in Japan," and "Some Examples of JSP Use of Violence in the Diet and Disregard for Parliamentary Rules," and typescript copies of Juichi Katsura, "How Philosophy Stands in Japan at the Present," and "Der Weltbegriff im europaischen und orientalischen Denken," and Yoshihiko Seki, "The Concept of Democracy in Postwar Japan as Reflected in Magazine Articles," 1949-1988

 

Jews and Jewish organizations. Press releases, notes, conference summary, clippings, pamphlets, printed article, serial issues, mimeographed material, mimeographed copies of Milton Friedman, "Capitalism and the Jews," and M. Mitin, "Zionist Agency of U.S. Imperialism," and correspondence with Werner Cohn, Abraham G. Duker, Elie Kedourie, Meyer Levin, Henry Mehlberg, Meyer Schapiro, Milton Steinberg and others

Folder 9

1939-1946

Box 140., Folder 1-2

1947-1989

Folder 3

Josephson, Matthew. Correspondence, 1977

Folder 4

Kafka, Franz. Correspondence, 1946

Folder 5

Kallen, Horace M. Reprints by Kallen, Lewis Feuer, and Milton R. Konvitz, and correspondence with Konvitz, J. B. Matthews and others, 1942-1955

Folder 6

Karier, Clarence J. Correspondence, 1974

Folder 7

Kazin, Alfred. Articles by Kazin, letters to the editor by others in reply, notes, and a letter by Hook, 1984-1988

Folder 8

Kempton, Murray. Pamphlet, 1969

Folder 9

Kennan, George F. Printed articles and clipping, 1978-1986

Folder 10

Kirkpatrick, Jeane. Printed articles and clippings by Kirkpatrick and others, press release, typescript copy of "Smith College's Dis-Honorary Degree" by Arnold Beichman, and letters by Jill K. Conway and Peter Gay, 1983-1986

Folder 11-12

Knopfelmacher, Frank. Clippings, serial issue, other printed matter, mimeographed material by Knopfelmacher and others, typescript copy of D. M. Armstrong and R. N. Spann, "The Rejection of Dr. Knopfelmacher's Application," and correspondence with Knopfelmacher and others, 1961-1971

Folder 13

Koestler, Arthur. Printed article, and correspondence with Martin Ebon, Lester Markel, Saul K. Padover and others, 1951-1984

Folder 14

Korea. Clippings, printed article, printed copy of U.S. Department of State, The Conflict in Korea (pamphlet), and correspondence, 1951-1985

Folder 15

Korsch, Karl. Serial issue, lecture notice, printed article, typescript copy of Karl Korsch, "Neuere Marxbiographische Literatur," and correspondence with Michael Buckmiller and another, 1932-1988

Box 141., Folder 1

Kraus, Arthur J. Correspondence with Arthur J. Kraus and others, 1940-1969

Folder 2

Kuhn, Fritz. Printed letter, 1938

Folder 3

Labin, Edouard. Testimonial statements, and correspondence with Edouard Labin and others, 1952-1965

Folder 4

Labour and Socialist International. Printed copy of The Moscow Trial and the Labour and Socialist International (pamphlet), 1931

Folder 5

Lafargue, Paul. Mimeographed copy of Gerd-Klaus Kaltenbrunner, "The Red Apologist of Laziness," 1963

Folder 6-7

Lamont, Corliss. Printed writings, memorandum, and letters by Lamont, clippings, notes, and correspondence with Roberta Dewey, William Gruen, Horace M. Kallen, Alfred Kohlberg, Eugene Lyons, J. H. Randall, Jr., Norman Thomas, Carlo Tresca, Peter Viereck and others, 1934-1988

Folder 8

LaRouche, Lyndon. Clipping and a printed copy of Nazis Without Swastikas: The Lyndon LaRouche Cult and Its War on American Labor (pamphlet issued by the League for Industrial Democracy), 1982

Folder 9

Lasch, Christopher. Letter, 1965

Folder 10

Laski, Harold J. Reprint, printed articles by Laski, printed copy of a letter from Oliver Wendell Holmes to Laski, and correspondence with Milton Hindus and others, 1922-1988

Folder 11

Lasky, Melvin J. Transcript of a speech by Melvin J. Lasky, clipping, printed article and letter, 1947-1987

Folder 12

Lattimore, Owen. Serial issues, clipping, and letter by Hook to Tom Wicker, 1954-1989

Folder 13-14

Law. Notes, clippings, proofs, printed articles, reprints, bulletins, speech by William Brennan, Jr., syllabi, broadcast transcript, and correspondence, 1947-1986

Folder 15

League for Industrial Democracy. Discussion transcript and correspondence, 1931-1983

Folder 16

Lefever, Ernest W. Correspondence with Lefever, Rudy Boschwitz, Alan Cranston, Jesse Helms, Charles Mathias, and Charles Percy, 1981

Box 142., Folder 1

Lenin, V. I. Clippings, printed article and excerpt, publishers' announcements, mimeographed copy of David Shub, "Reply to Max Shachtman's Attack on Lenin: A Biography," notes, and correspondence with Shub and Walter Bedell Smith, 1931-1950

Folder 2

Lerner, Max. Printed article, clippings, and letters by Lerner and Hook, 1939-1947

Folder 3

Lewis, C. I. Notes, holograph outline, printed articles, and typescript copies of Raziel Abelson, "Knowledge and Memory," student papers, and letter, 1948-1987

Folder 4

Liberalism. Clippings, printed article, anonymous abstract entitled, "The Failure of Independent Liberalism, 1930-1941," and correspondence, 1946-1979

Folder 5

Liberty. Printed articles, mimeographed copy of Stanley I. Benn, "Freedom and Persuasion," typescript copies of Kenneth Boulding, "American Leadership, Institutions, Choices, and Freedom," and Erich Rinner, "Planned Society and Individual Liberty," annotated copy of John Stuart Mill, On Liberty, notes, and correspondence, 1942-1988

Folder 6

Lippmann, Walter. Notes, n.d.

Folder 7

Literature. Notes, reprints, letters, and printed articles, 1932-1989

Folder 8

Logic. Notes, clippings, exercise, reprints, printed article, and letters by Martin F. Herz and others, 1938-1982

Folder 9

London, Jack. Correspondence, 1953

Folder 10

Lovejoy, Arthur O. Correspondence with Lovejoy and another, 1939-1979

 

Loyalty-security programs, 1947-

Folder 11

Correspondence with Herbert Abel, Alexander Baird, James Burnham, Howard W. Cannon, Midge Decter, William T. Hastings, Jean van Heijenoort, Daniel Lerner, Richard P. McKeon, David Martin, Richardson Preyer, Karl A. Wittfogel and others, 1947-1983

Box 143., Folder 1

Miscellany. Leaflets, clippings, printed articles, reprints, statement, pamphlets, serial issues, printed excerpts, and note, 1947-1977

Folder 2

Lukacs, Georg. Printed articles, and correspondence with Zoltan Tar, 1977-1983

Folder 3

McCall, Lillian. Typescripts, report, memorandum, and correspondence, 1954-1957

Folder 4

Macdonald, Dwight. Correspondence with Michael Wreszin, 1987-1988

Folder 5

McGill, V. J. Correspondence with McGill, Paul Arthur Schilpp and others, 1938-1956

Folder 6-7

McGill Colloquium on Judaism and Human Rights, Montreal, 1974. Mimeographed conference papers by Salo W. Baron, "Civil versus Political Emancipation," Valery Chalidze, "The Perversion of Meaning in Civil Rights Discourse," Haim H. Cohn, "Equalities and Inequalities in Jewish Law," David Daube, "Human Rights," Yoram Dinstein, "How to DeUNize and Humanize the Protection of Human Rights," S. D. Goitein, "Human Rights in the Middle Ages," L. C. Green, "The Jew and Human Rights in the Twentieth Century," Ben Halpern, "Jewish Ethnicity," Rita E. Hauser, "International Human Rights Protection," Louis Henkin, "Reappraisal and Readjustment," Jacob Katz, "Jewish Emanicipation and Human Rights," Milton R. Konvitz, "From Jewish Rights to Human Rights," Sidney Liskofsky, "International Protection of Human Rights," Richard Mass, "Jewish Rights and the Democratic Movement in the Soviet Union," and Louis B. Sohn, "International Protection of Human Rights," 1974

Folder 8

Malaysia. Brochures, pamphlets, notes, and letter, 1969-1972

Folder 9

Mann, Thomas. Clippings, reprint, and correspondence with Karl A. Wittfogel and others, 1949-1954

Folder 10

Marcuse, Herbert. Clippings, printed articles by Marcuse and others, typescript copy of Milorad Drachkovitch, "Herbert Marcuse, The Intellectual Mentor of the International New Left," and Peter Fuss, "Herbert Marcuse," and correspondence, 1968-1980

Folder 11

Maritain, Jacques. Notes, printed articles by Jacques Maritain, and correspondence, 1939-1945

 

Marx, Karl

Box 144., Folder 1

Correspondence with Stanley Burnshaw, Oscar J. Hammen, N. P. Jacobson, Paul Mattick, Kai Nielsen, Henry M. Pachter, Jules Sandock and others, 1932-1988

Folder 2-3

Miscellany. Notes, holograph memorandum by Algernon Lee, mimeographed questionnaire by H. Leisegang, untitled typescript by Peter C. Ludz, typescript copy of G. A. Cohen, "Reconsidering Historical Materialism," and mimeographed copies of William F. Drischler, "The Theory of Oriental Despotism," and Michael Oakeshott, "Marx and the Nature of Political Discourse," 1963-1982

Folder 4-5

Printed matter. Excerpts from writings by Marx and Friedrich Engels, printed articles, serial issues, pamphlet, press release, reprints, and letters, 1933-1984

Folder 6

Marx-Engels Institute, Moscow. Printed article, n.d.

Folder 7

Marxian economics. Printed articles, serial issue, and typescript copy of Abba P. Lerner, "Marxian Value, Surplus-Value and Surplus," 1919-1963

Box 145., Folder 1

Marxist Quarterly. Letters by Francis A. Henson, George Soule and another, 1936-1989

Folder 2

Mass media. Clippings, pamphlets, bulletins, and correspondence with Edith Efron, Reuven Frank, Reed J. Irvine, James J. Kilpatrick, David Lichtenstein, Elmer W. Lower, Edwin Meese III, William Schneider, Eric Sevareid and others, 1939-1987. Includes material relating to Accuracy in Media

Folder 3

Mehnert, Klaus. Printed article, 1936

Folder 4

Meiklejohn, Alexander. Printed and typescript writings by Alexander Meiklejohn, anonymous typescript reply to Meiklejohn, and correspondence, 1944-1960

Folder 5

Meiner, Richard. Pamphlet and letters, 1983

Folder 6

Menorah Journal. Correspondence, 1941-1989

Folder 7

Metaphysics. Reprints, serial issues, notes, and letter by Richard Gale, 1946-1989

Folder 8

Mihajlov, Mihajlo. Printed article, 1984

Folder 9

Milosz, Czeslaw. Letters, 1951-1953

Folder 10

Le Monde. Correspondence with Mario Einaudi, 1957

Folder 11

Moon, Sun Myung. Correspondence with Daniel Lerner and the U.S. Department of Justice, 1977-1985

Folder 12

Morgan, Lewis H. Reprints, 1944-1946

Folder 13

Morrow, Felix. Correspondence with Felix Morrow, Diana Trilling and another, 1979-1989

 

Moscow Trials, 1936-1937

Folder 14-15

General. Notes, clippings, printed excerpt, pamphlets by John Dewey and Leon Trotsky, press releases, speeches and statements by Dewey, Trotsky and others, typescript responses to allegations written by Trotsky, and typescript copies of Alan Wald, "Memories of the John Dewey Commission Forty Years Later" and "The Line of Blood," 1935-1977

Folder 16-17

Correspondence. Charles A. Beard, Bruce Bliven, Malcolm Cowley, John Dewey, James Farrell, Albert Glotzer, Harold Laski (?), John MacDonald, Frederick L. Schuman, Herbert Solow, Alan Wald, Henry A. Wallace, Bertram D. Wolfe and others, 1937-1984

 

Commission of Inquiry into the Charges Made Against Leon Trotsky in the Moscow Trials

Box 146., Folder 1-3

The Case of Leon Trotsky: Report of Hearings on the Charges Made Against Him in the Moscow Trials, 1937. Printed copy

Folder 4-5

Not Guilty: Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the Charges Made Against Leon Trotsky in the Moscow Trials, 1938. Printed copy

Box 147., Folder 1

Mumford, Lewis. Printed articles and reprint by Lewis Mumford, 1931-1956

Folder 2

Munitz, Milton K. Correspondence with Milton K. Munitz and others, 1947-1957

Folder 3

Nagel, Ernest. Typescript writings by Nagel, bibliography, and letters, 1928-1987

Folder 4

Nation. Clipping, and correspondence with Arthur Krock, Margaret Marshall and others, 1950-1983

Folder 5

National Academy of Education. Membership rosters, minutes, bulletins, serial issue, and correspondence, 1968-1984

Folder 6

National Advisory Council on Education Professions Development. Report, and correspondence with Edward Shils and others, 1971-1975

Folder 7

National Council of Jewish Women. Bulletins, legal briefs, and correspondence, 1946-1957

 

National Endowment for the Humanities

Folder 8

Applications for fellowships, 1973

Folder 9

Correspondence with William Barrett, William Bennett, Ronald Berman, Jimmy Carter, Lynne Cheney, James Hester, Jacob K. Javits, Walter F. Mondale, Robert Nisbet, Richard M. Nixon, Paul Seabury and others, 1963-1987

Folder 10

Miscellany. Clipping, flyer, letter, notes, press releases, recommendations, statutes, reprint, minutes, memoranda, and report, 1966-1978

Folder 11

National Public Radio. Newsletter, notes, correspondence with Irving Kristol, Frank Mankiewicz, Nina Totenberg and others, 1981-1988

Folder 12

National socialism. Notes, clippings, serial issue, leaflet, and letter to Joseph Freeman, 1932-1934

Folder 13

Naturalism. Printed article, memoranda, mimeographed copy of Brand Blanshard, "The Limits of Naturalism," typescript copy of John Emil Troge, "The Law of Nature," and correspondence with Brand Blanshard, Ernest Nagel and another, 1944-1953

Box 148., Folder 1

Near East. Pamphlets, serial issues, clippings, newsletters, and correspondence, 1943-1989

Folder 2

Nearing, Scott. Letter to William Bohn, 1959

Folder 3

Nelson, Leonard. Correspondence with L. H. Grunebaum, 1946

Folder 4

New Leader. Clipping and correspondence, 1951-1989

Folder 5

New School for Social Research. Lists of students and grades, examination questions, bibliographies, leaflets, and correspondence, 1932-1981

Folder 6-8

New York University. Pamphlets, clippings, minutes, speech, resolution, policy guidelines, memoranda, and letters, 1928-1988

Folder 9-10

New York University. Department of Philosophy. Memoranda, reports, miscellany, and correspondence with Max Black, Brand Blanshard, C. J. Ducasse, Carl G. Hempel, James Hester, Jacques Maritain, Anton C. Pegis, Walter T. Stace and others, 1936-1976

Box 149., Folder 1

New York University. Institute of Philosophy. Announcements, and correspondence with Jacob A. Arlow, George E. Axtelle, C. J. Ducasse, Herbert Feigl, Heinz Hartmann, Lawrence R. Kegan and others, 1957-1976

Folder 2

New York University. Jewish Culture Foundation. Correspondence, 1942-1952

Folder 3

New York University Press. Correspondence, 1949-1977

Folder 4

Niebuhr, Reinhold. Notes, clippings, printed article, and correspondence, including a letter from Niebuhr to John Dewey, 1946-1986

Folder 5

Nielsen, Kai. Printed articles by Antony Flew and Kai Nielsen, mimeographed copy of Kai Nielsen, "Scepticism and Human Rights," typescript copy of Kai Nielsen, "On the Choice between Reform and Revolution," syllabi, bibliographies, examination questions, and letters, 1964-1974

Folder 6

Nixon, Richard M. Mimeographed copy of Perry Walsh, "That Sabbath Pardon," printed article, and inauguration program, 1973-1978

Folder 7

Nomad, Max. Promotional release, 1939

Folder 8

O'Brien, Conor Cruise. Printed articles by Conor Cruise O'Brien and others, clippings, and letters by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and others, 1961-1966

Folder 9

Obscenity. Printed articles by Morris D. Forkosch and others, 1964-1979

Folder 10

Ockham, William of. Printed article, 1963

Folder 11

Oppenheimer, Frank. Notes, and letters by Edward J. Rozek and another, 1965

Folder 12

Orlov, Yuri. Printed articles, and letters by Edward Oshins, 1982

Folder 13

Orwell, George. Letters, clippings, printed articles, and conference proceedings, 1984-1986

Folder 14

Parapsychology. Reprints, clippings, and correspondence with Theo Dore, Frank Olmstead, J. B. Rhine, Theodore Rockwell, Pasqual S. Schievella and another, 1950-1989

Box 150., Folder 1

Partisan Review. Printed articles, clippings, mimeographed copy of Joseph Epstein, "Polonius Remembers: Neither a Communist nor an Anti-Communist Be," and correspondence with Epstein, Terry A. Cooney, S. A. Longstaff, William Phillips, and others, 1941-1989

Folder 2

Peace. Clipping, reprint, bulletin, pamphlet, mimeographed copy of S. I. Hayakawa, "The Use and Misuse of Language: Some Thoughts on War and Peace," and correspondence with Leonard V. Fulton and others, 1949-1984

Folder 3

Peace and Freedom Party. Printed and mimeographed issuances of the Peace and Freedom Party, 1968

Folder 4

Peirce, Charles Sanders. Notes, reprints, leaflets, an untitled anonymous typescript and another entitled "Chapter Two: The Early Essays on Method, Meaning, and Truth," 1932-1975

Folder 5

Perry, Ralph Barton. Reprint, printed copies of letters to the editor by Ralph Barton Perry and Albert A. Volk, and letter by William Henry Chamberlin, 1942-1954

 

Philosophy

Folder 6-7

Bibliographies, n.d., 1979

Folder 8

Correspondence, 1929-1985

Folder 9

Examination questions, n.d.

Box 151., Folder 1

Miscellany. Notes, announcements, poem, conference abstracts, an untitled mimeographed study by Rene J. Dubos, mimeographed copies of Michael Polanyi, "Tacit Knowing: Its Bearing on Some Problems of Philosophy," Richard Rorty, "Genteel Syntheses, Professional Analyses, Transcendentalist Culture," William Ruddick, "Chance and Causal Chains," Wilfrid Sellars, "Phenomenalism," and G. J. Warnock, "Verification and the Use of Language," and typescript copies of Antony Flew, "Philosophy and Political Action," and C. J. Ducasse, "What Reality Have the Past and Future?" 1932-1976

Folder 2

Notes, n.d.

 

Printed matter. Announcement, clippings, articles, printed excerpt, letters, and reprints

Folder 3-5

1934-1974

Box 152., Folder 1

1976-1989

Folder 2

Philosophy, Oriental. Reprints, mimeographed copies of Yoshinori Takeuchi, "The Silence of Buddha," Hiromichi Takeda, "A Note on Nishida's Notion of 'Universal,'" typescript copy of Masaaki Hosaka, "The Philosophy of Kitaro Nishida," and letters by Subodh Chandra Roy, Che Ming-Zhou, and Walter T. Stace, 1956-1985

 

Philosophy, Russian

Folder 3

Miscellany. Mimeographed conference summary, and correspondence with George L. Kline and others, 1942-1963

 

Printed matter

Folder 4

General. Reprint, printed article, and serial issues, 1951-1982

Folder 5-6

Ost-Probleme. Issues of Ost-Probleme, 1956-1968

Folder 7

Podhoretz, Norman. Printed excerpt, proceedings, untitled typescript by Podhoretz, and letters, ca. 1979-1986

Folder 8

Poetry. Serial issue, syllabus, letter, and poems, 1957-1978

Box 153., Folder 1

Poland. Printed copy of Oscar Lange, Poland and the United Nations, printed interview with Adam Michnik, clippings, serial issue, notices, and letters by Ginetta Sagan and Erazim Kohak, 1944-1989

Folder 2

Polanyi, Michael. Reprint by Michael Polanyi, and clippings, 1953-1976

Folder 3

Political science. Notes, printed articles, clipping, and a typescript copy of Marion J. Levy, Jr., "Modernization Exhumed," and letters by John D. May, 1949-1984

Folder 4

Popper, Karl. Printed articles, reprint, clippings, and correspondence with Jonathan Lieberson and another, 1948-1988

Folder 5

Popular culture. Clippings, and leaflets, 1971-1978

Folder 6

Population. Chart, report, and letter, 1963-1978

Folder 7-9

Pragmatism. Notes, printed articles, serial issues, mimeographed copies of Gail Kennedy, "Pragmatism," W. V. Quine, "The Pragmatists' Place in Empiricism," and H. S. Thayer, "Pragmatism: A Reinterpretation," and typescript copy of Timothy V. Kaufman-Osborn, "The Democratic Promise of Pragmatism," and William E. Vandiveer, "Truth and Pragmatism," and correspondence, 1943-1989

 

Presidents - United States - Election

Box 154., Folder 1

1964. Correspondence with James Wechsler, 1964

Folder 2

1972. Clippings, and correspondence with Leo Cherne, Joseph Clark, Elmer W. Lower and others, 1972-1973

Folder 3

The Proletarian. Printed articles, n.d.

Folder 4

Psychological warfare. Typescript copy of James Burnham, "Psychological Warfare or Else," printed articles, and letters by Boris Shub and another, 1945-1958

Folder 5-7

Psychology and behavior. Printed articles, printed resolution, flyer, mimeographed copies of John W. Copeland, "Philosophy Disguised as Science," Peter A. Corning, "The Biological Bases of Behavior and Their Implications for Political Theory," Lee J. Cronbach, "Beyond the Two Disciplines of Scientific Psychology," Clyde Hendrick, "Social Psychology as History: A Bibliography," Daniel Kahneman, "Cognitive Limitations and Public Decision Making," John Platt, "Social Traps," Michael Polanyi, "Problem Solving," Olaf Tollefsen, et al., "The Falsity of Determinism," and correspondence, 1935-1984

Folder 8

Puerto Rico. Pamphlet by Felix S. Cohen, n.d.

Folder 9

Rand, Ayn. Newsletters, serial issue, typescript copy of Ayn Rand, "The Objectivist Ethics," and letters by Barbara Branden and Ayn Rand, 1961-1984

Folder 10

Randolph, A. Philip. Correspondence, 1947

Folder 11

Reconstructionist. Correspondence with Will Herberg and Milton R. Konvitz, 1949

Folder 12

Refugees. Report, typescript writings by O. Anisimov, list, and letters by Leopold Labedz and another, 1949-1982

 

Religion

 

Miscellany. Notes, mimeographed copies of an untitled speech by Henry R. Luce, and Harvey Cox, "Let's End the Communist-Christian Vendetta," Raymond Hunthausen, "Finding Our Way Back," untitled congressional testimony by Franklin H. Littell, and Jerome Nathanson, "The Nature of Religious Experience," mimeographed copy of Peter Kankkonen, "A New Way for the LWF?", mimeographed commentaries by Swami Akhilananda, John C. Bennett, Bernard Mandelbaum, Douglas V. Steere, and Kenneth W. Thompson on "Christian Ethics and International Relations," by Gustave Weigel, and Kenneth W. Thompson on "The Implications of Hindu Ethics for International Relations," by Amiya Chakravarty, and correspondence with Charles Hartshorne, William Liebermann, Harry A. Overstreet and others

Folder 13

1936-1949

Box 155., Folder 1

1955-1988

Folder 2-3

Printed matter. Articles, reprints, serial issues, leaflets, pamphlets, reports, legal decision, clippings, and printed copy of Grant Allen, The Evolution of the Idea of God, 1918-1985

Folder 4

Revolution. Bibliography, reprint, and letter, 1974-1978

Folder 5

Riesman, David. Reprints by Riesman, 1952-1953

Folder 6

Rockford College Institute. Printed issuances, 1976-1978

Folder 7

Roosevelt, Franklin D. Clippings, issue of the Bulletin of the League of American Writers, and correspondence with Stephen Early, Archibald MacLeish, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and others, 1939-1987

Folder 8

Rosenberg, Julius and Ethel. Clippings, printed articles, serial issue, memoranda, biographical sketch, press release, and correspondence with Irving R. Kaufman, Simon H. Rifkind and others, 1953-1984. Includes material relating to Morton Sobell

Folder 9

Rostow, Walt Whitman. Letter by Paul Samuelson, 1968

Folder 10

Roy, M. N. Correspondence with John C. Plott and others, 1958-1966

Box 156., Folder 1

Ruegg, Paul. Telegram and letter by Joseph Pass, 1932

Folder 2

Ruge, Arnold. Notes, n.d.

Folder 3-5

Russell, Bertrand. Notes, printed articles by Bertrand Russell and others, memorandum, printed excerpt, clippings, press releases, serial issues, mimeographed copy of William Y. Elliott, "The False Dilemma of Bertrand Russell," and correspondence with Albert C. Barnes, Kenneth Blackwell, C. J. Ducasse, Robert Faris, Nathan Glazer, W. E. Johnson, Horace M. Kallen, Alfred Kohlberg, Leopold Labedz, Corliss Lamont, Melvin Lasky, Sol Levitas, Bertrand Russell, Alan Ryan, Paul Arthur Schilpp, Irving Thalberg and others, 1921-1990

Folder 6

St. John's College, Annapolis, Md. Serial issue, and correspondence with Scott Buchanan and J. Winfree Smith, 1943-1982

Folder 7

Sakharov, Andrei. Printed article by Sakharov, press release, speech by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, clipping, and correspondence with Sidney D. Drell and others, 1976-1984

Folder 8

Santayana, George. Correspondence with George Santayana and others, 1949-1980

Folder 9

Sartre, Jean-Paul. Printed articles, reprint, notes, serial issues, typescript copy of Fred Baumann, "Essay on 'Fraternity and Fear,'" and correspondence with Baumann and Herbert Spiegelberg, 1954-1978

Box 157., Folder 1

Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr. Clippings, 1987

Folder 2

Schuman, Frederick L. Printed article by Frederick L. Schuman, and correspondence, 1937-1946

Folder 3

Schwartz, Delmore. Notes, title page inscription, printed article, and letter by James Atlas, 1960-1975

 

Science

Folder 4

Miscellany. Typescript copies of Donald Cardwell, "The Public Recognition of Science," and Hans Popper, "Word and Thought," mimeographed copies of Charles Biddle, "Management and Control of Cancer with Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Selenium, Magnesium and Other Nutrients," untitled speech by Edward U. Condon, John W. Copeland, "Culture and Man: Leslie A. White's Thesis Re-examined," press releases, conference material, and correspondence with Cuthbert Daniel, Horace S. Friess, Oskar Morgenstern and others, 1933-1987

Folder 5-7

Printed matter. Notes, clippings, articles, proofs, and serial issues, 1932-1988

Folder 8

Soviet Union. Clippings, newsletters, printed articles, serial issues, mimeographed copy of Paul S. Epstein, "The Diamat and the Point of View of Modern Science," notices, biographical material, and letters, 1938-1983

Folder 9

Self-determination, National. Mimeographed statements by Carl Gershman, 1981-1982

Box 158., Folder 1

Selzer, Michael. Statement, minutes, legal brief and decision, printed articles, and letters by Selzer and others, 1976-1981

Folder 2

Shachtman, Max. Archival register, 1983

Folder 3

Shalom Center. Certificate, newsletters, circulars, and letter by Elie Wiesel, 1985-1987

Folder 4

Shockley, William. Conference material, clippings, bibliography, resolution, newsletter, mimeographed copy of William Shockley, "Research on American Lysenkoism in the National Academy of Sciences," and correspondence with James Goldman and William Shockley, 1968-1988

Folder 5

Sinclair, Upton. Clippings, and statement, 1939-1958

Folder 6

Singapore. Letter, 1977

Folder 7

Sobell, Morton. Petition, legal briefs, newsletter, pamphlet by Helen Sobell, and correspondence with Harry Kalven, Jr., and Helen Sobell, 1956-1960.

Scope and Content Note

See also Subject File/Rosenberg, Julius and Ethel
Folder 8

Social classes. Printed articles, reprint, and correspondence with William F. Drischler and James T. Farrell, 1944-1977

Folder 9

Social Democratic Federation. Issue of The Social Democrat, and correspondence with Algernon Lee, 1944-1948

Folder 10-11

Social Democrats, U.S.A. Discussion bulletins, meeting report, pamphlet, serial issues, printed excerpt, testimonial dinner seating list, clipping, printed articles, typewritten copy of Carl Gershman, "Detente and the Left after Afghanistan: Debate with Michael Harrington," mimeographed copy of "The Report by the Social Democrats, U.S.A. on the Resignation of Michael Harrington and his Attempt to Split the American Socialist Movement," and Emanuel Muravchik, "Socialism/Capitalism Discussion Paper," and correspondence with Daniel Bell, Midge Decter, Carl Gershman, Michael Harrington, Muravchik, Paul R. Porter and others, 1972-1989

Folder 12

Socialism. Clippings, bulletin, book review, reprint, mimeographed copy of Elias L. Tartak, "Lessons of the Russian Revolution," typescript copies of Victor Chernov, "Foreign Policy of Socialist Parties," George Denicke, "Some Principles of Socialist Planned Economy," Bill Evers, "Freedom of the Press Under Socialism," and Mark Vishniak, "The State and Socialism," and correspondence with Howard Brick, Jan van Houten, H. H. Lippincott, and Kai Nielsen, 1940-1984

Box 159., Folder 1

Socialist International. Clippings, and typescript memoranda by Joel and Rita Freedman, 1983-1988

Folder 2

Socialist Party, U.S.A. Leaflet, clippings, notes, serial issue, pamphlet, and correspondence with Paul Feldman, Paul R. Porter and others, 1932-1971

Folder 3

Socialist Workers Party. Pamphlet, flyer, and clippings, 1938-1943

Folder 4

Society for Scientific Exploration. Memoranda and membership lists, 1982

Folder 5

Solow, Herbert. Memorial pamphlet, typescript and printed copies of Alan Wald, "The Menorah Group Moves Left" and "Herbert Solow," typewritten transcript of interview of Farrell Dobbs, and correspondence with James T. Farrell, H. William Fitelson, Isaac Don Levine, Felix Morrow, George Novack, Sylvia Salmi, Meyer Schapiro, Alan Wald, Allen Weinstein and others, 1964-1977

Folder 6

Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr. Typescript excerpt, printed copies of speeches, and a letter by the Socialist Party-Democratic Socialist Federation, U.S.A., 1972-1976

Folder 7

Somerville, John. Clippings and correspondence, 1947-1956

Folder 8

Sontag, Susan. Printed articles, clippings, and letter from Cleo Paturis, 1982

Folder 9

Sorel, Georges. Letters by I. Pomerance, 1934

 

Soviet Union

Folder 10-12

General. Clippings, bulletin, serial issues, speech by Yegor Ligachev, mimeographed copy of Dimitry Chereshkin and Mikhail Isalenko, "Information Technology and the Restructuring of Soviet Society," typescript copy of David Chollet, "The Forgotten Comrade: Alexander Kerensky, The Russian Revolution, and the Fate of Democracy," and printed copy of H. J. MacKinder, The Geographical Pivot of History (pamphlet), and letters by Chollet and others, 1904-1989

Box 160., Folder 1

Constitution. Printed article, bulletin, and letter, 1936-1978

Folder 2

Foreign relations. Clippings, printed article, serial issue, letters, mimeographed copy of Richard Shultz and Roy Godson, "The Role of Overt and Covert Propaganda and Political Influence Techniques in Soviet Strategy," and typescript review of Boris Kagarlitsky, The Dialectics of Hope, 1939-1989

Folder 3

Spain. Typescript copy of "Los Rompeadores," untitled typescript by Edward I. Lending, clippings, circulars, press release, pamphlet, and correspondence with Oscar Lange, Lending, Fernando de los Rios and others, 1937-1988

Folder 4

Spengler, Oswald. Untitled typescript by Theodore Salzman, n.d.

Folder 5

Spinoza, Benedict. Letter to Lewis Feuer, 1982

 

Stanford University

Folder 6

Correspondence with William Chase, Carl Degler, Stephen R. Graubard, Walter Lammi, Barry M. Katz, Donald Kennedy, John Perry, Robert Rosenzweig, Carl E. Schorske and others, 1986-1989

Folder 7

Miscellany. Typescript copy of Richard Rorty, "General Education and Socialization," course descriptions, reading lists, notes, newsletter, memorandum, flyers, and letter by Rorty, 1972-1989

Folder 8

Printed matter. Clippings, printed excerpts, pamphlet, and printed articles, 1966-1989

Folder 9

Steiner, George. Printed writings by Steiner and others, and correspondence, 1981-1988

Folder 10

Stokes, Rose Pastor. Printed archival register, 1974

Box 161., Folder 1

Stone, I. F. Clippings, and correspondence with Robert Hessen and R. B. Silvers, 1945-1989

Folder 2

Strachey, John. Notes, and printed copy of The Attempted Deportation of John Strachey (pamphlet), 1935

Folder 3

Struhl, Paula. Memorandum by Paula Struhl, and correspondence with Struhl and others, 1969-1978

 

Student movements

Folder 4

General. Clippings, serial issue, leaflet, report, and letters by Leonard B. Schapiro and another, 1951-1989

 

California, University of (Berkeley)

Folder 5-7

Miscellany. Notes, legal opinion, mimeographed copies of Morton Brown and Hunter Golay, "An Independent View," Hal Draper, "FSM: Freedom Fighters or Misguided Rebels," R. W. Heyns, "University Traditions and Social Change," Abba Lerner, "The Universities: A Moral Crisis," Michael Rossman (ed.), "Administrative Pressures and Student Political Activity at the University of California: A Preliminary Report," William Petersen, "Faculty Rebellion at Berkeley," Richard Sutch and Richard Roehl, "A Few Points of Disagreement with 'Some Anonymous Thoughts on Some "Black" Proposals'" (with a copy of the latter), typescript copies of Thomas Cunningham, "Some Comments on Campus Unrest and the Role of the University Attorney," Abba Lerner, "Even-Handed Justice," Ed Strong, "The Berkeley Predicament," and correspondence with Cunningham, Lewis Feuer, Alexander Grendon, Hardin B. Jones, Clark Kerr, Abba Lerner, Ernest Nagel, and Paul Seabury, 1964-1975

 

Printed matter. Reports, circular, clippings, printed articles, serial issues, pamphlets, and bulletins

Folder 8-9

1964-1965 September

Box 162., Folder 1-3

1965 November-1968

Folder 4

Chicago, University of. Statements, chronologies, clippings, resolutions, flyers, and bulletin, 1969

 

Colorado, University of

Folder 5-6

Clippings, 1959-1969

Box 163., Folder 1-2

Miscellany. Minutes, letters, list, legal documents, and bylaws, 1968-1969

Folder 3-4

Columbia University. Mimeographed copy of Ernest Nagel, "The University as a Sanctuary of Academic Freedom," clippings, circulars, position statements, printed articles, pamphlet, press release, report, hearing transcript, speech, serial issue, bulletin, and letters by Ernest Nagel, Leo Rosten and others, 1962-1985

 

New York University. Leaflets, serial issues, statements, press releases, newsletters, notes, clippings, memoranda, reports, minutes, and correspondence with Bernard Goldstein, John Hatchett and others

Folder 5

1935-1968

Box 164., Folder 1-3

1969-1971

 

United States

Folder 4

Clippings, 1965-1973

Folder 5

Correspondence with Mortimer J. Adler, Jacques Barzun, Daniel Bell, Robert Carr, Charles W. Colson, Henry Grunwald, Milton R. Konvitz, Anthony Lewis, Dwight Macdonald, F. S. C. Northrop, Gerald H. Paske, David Riesman, Paul Seabury, Philip Siegelman, Leonard R. Sussman, Cornelius J. Troost, Charles F. Virtue, Donald C. Williams, Marvin Zimmerman and others, 1965-1988

 

Miscellany. Reports, notes, leaflets, memoranda, press releases, statements, letters, legal document, mimeographed copies of an untitled memorandum by Michael Harrington, an untitled speech by Milton Hindus, Jack Douglas, "Politics and the University," Harold Howe, "The Crisis of Dissent," and "Responsibility and Academic Freedom," Kai-yu Hsu, "The San Francisco State College Story," Hardin B. Jones, "Marxist Influence in Education," David Riesman, "Conference on the Campus Crisis," Geraldine Rosenfield, "Faculty Thoughts on the Jewish Role in the Student Disorders at Columbia University," Harris Wofford, "Law and Learning: Chicago and Prague," and typescript copies of Richard Gambino, "Democracy, Self-Righteous Style," Clark Kerr, "Comments on Lichtman's 'The Ideological Function of the University,'" and Milton R. Konvitz, "Cornell in a State of Nature"

Folder 6

1965-1967

Box 165., Folder 1-3

1968-1970

Folder 4-6

Printed matter. Articles, reprints, serial issues, pamphlets, and leaflets, 1965-1969

Box 166., Folder 1

Studies in Comparative Communism. Letters by Peter Berton and G. R. Urban, 1970-1971

Folder 2

Sweden. Printed article, 1975

Folder 3

Tagore, Rabindranath. Correspondence, 1957

Folder 4

Taiwan. Correspondence with Owen Lippert, 1984

 

Teachers

Folder 5

Political activity. Clippings, mimeographed copies of Daniel Greenberg, "The Politicization of Academia," and Rael Isaac, "Academic Freedom - And Academic License," memorandum, minutes, printed articles, book review, and correspondence with Leonora Billings, Lynne Cheney, Miro Todorovich and others, 1957-1989

Folder 6

Professional ethics. Notes, clippings, statement, pamphlet, proofs, statement, newsletter, press releases, reprint, mimeographed copy of William K. Frankena, "Moral Education," and letter, 1951-1974

Folder 7-8

Tenure. Clippings, statements, newsletters, legal briefs, mimeographed copy of John W. Chapman, "Tenure in the American University," George X. McGough, "Students and Faculty Tenure," and correspondence with Norman Davies and others, 1947-1988

Folder 9

Teachers' unions. Flyers, pamphlet, leaflet, bulletin, printed articles, clippings, and correspondence, 1938-1972

 

Teaching, Freedom of. Reprints, newsletters, clippings, leaflets, serial issues, report, broadcast transcript, proofs, statements, mimeographed copy of Henry Steele Commager, "The Pragmatic Necessity for Freedom," typescript copies of Les Csorba, "Freezing Free Speech on Campus: A Special Report," and Paul Walter, "Threats to Academic Freedom in the Eighties," printed excerpts, resolutions, memoranda, and correspondence with R. M. MacIver, C. V. Newsom, Albert Wohlstetter and others

Folder 10

1934-1948

Box 167., Folder 1-2

1949-1988

Folder 3

Technocracy Review. Printed issue, 1933

Folder 4

Technology. Leaflet, notes, mimeographed copy of Kenneth Colby and Horace Enea, "Inductive Intelligence by Intelligent Machines," and printed copy of Raymond Aron, The Epoch of Universal Technology (pamphlet), 1958-1967

Folder 5

Teller, Edward. Correspondence with Edward Teller and others, 1960-1981

Folder 6

Terrorism. Notes, clippings, reprint, printed article, reports, conference program and description of participants, and correspondence, 1970-1988

Folder 7

Thailand. Notes, leaflet, and mimeographed copies of Prasop Ratanakorn, "Cultural Anthropological Studies as Related to the Nature of Schizophrenia in Thailand," and "Resistance and Changes in Human Relations as Seen in Thailand," 1957-1959

Folder 8

Thomas, Norman. Clippings, mimeographed radio broadcast transcript, and correspondence, 1939-1959

Folder 9

Timerman, Jacobo. Printed article by Alfred Kazin, and correspondence with Bill Moyers and another, 1981-1984

Folder 10

Toleration. Printed article and clipping, 1953

Folder 11

Toynbee, Arnold J. Serial issues, and mimeographed radio broadcast transcript, 1934-1956

Folder 12

Trade. Clippings, typescript copy of Richard Mazer, "The Real Significance of U.S/Soviet Trade," correspondence with Mazer, and a letter to the editor by Pat Buchanan, 1985-1986

Folder 13

Trilling, Lionel. Notes, typescript copy of Mark Krupnick, "Uptown/Downtown: Trilling's 1930s," printed article, and correspondence with Krupnick, Lionel Trilling and others, 1947-1985

Folder 14

Trotsky, Leon. Notes, clippings, printed articles, reprint, pamphlet, and correspondence with Albert Glotzer, Jean van Heijenoort and another, 1927-1986.

Scope and Content Note

See also Subject File/Moscow trials
Box 168., Folder 1

U.S. Labor Party. Leaflets, clippings, printed articles, serial issues, flyer, and letters by Paul Kurtz and Gerald Pinsky, 1966-1982

Folder 2

Ulich, Robert. Reprint of memorial article, 1978

Folder 3

United Nations. Membership roster, clippings, and correspondence with Ely Culbertson and Marlo Lewis, Jr., 1947-1987

 

United States

Folder 4-5

Foreign relations. Untitled mimeographed speech by Lane Kirkland, mimeographed copies of Edward Rozek, "Gorbachev's Policy Toward the United States," and Leo Szilard, "Are We on the Road to War?" notes, clippings, printed articles, reprints, serial issues, pamphlets, newsletters, press release, and correspondence with Arnold Beichman, Ann Hook, Morris Leibman, Philip F. Mayer, Walter A. Sheldon, Marshall Shulman, Gardner Williams and others, 1942-1989

Folder 6

Politics and government. Clippings, newsletter, printed articles, proofs, mimeographed copy of Herbert Schneider, "American Traits and Principles," and correspondence, 1930-1988

Folder 7

Race relations. Clippings, printed articles, reprints, leaflets, mimeographed speeches by Roy Wilkins, and letters, 1942-1989

Folder 8

United States Central Intelligence Agency. Letters by Hook to Frank Church and others, 1977-1980

Folder 9

United States Constitution. Clippings, notes, resolutions, mimeographed copy of John A. Stewart, "Social Physics and the Constitution of the United States," and correspondence with Erwin N. Griswold and others, 1953-1981

 

United States Supreme Court. Includes material relating to Robert Bork

Folder 10

Correspondence with Alfonse D'Amato, Joseph Biden, John Heinz, Edward Kennedy, Milton R. Konvitz, Patrick Leahy, Daniel P. Moynihan, F. S. C. Northrop, Lewis F. Powell, Jr., Elias Schwarzbart and others, 1945-1988

Box 169., Folder 1

Miscellany. Clippings, printed excerpt and articles, program, memorandum, press release, statements by John Heinz and Patrick Leahy, and typescript copies of Norman Dorsen, "The Liberals and Mr. Justice Black," and Joan Roelofs, "The Supreme Court and Corporate Capitalism," 1953-1987

Folder 2-3

Unity of Knowledge Conference, Columbia University, 1954. Mimeographed conference papers by Niels Bohr, "The Unity of Knowledge," Etienne Gilson, "Theology and the Unity of Knowledge," Julian Huxley, "Man's Place and Role in Nature" (with comments by William C. Boyd), A. L. Kroeber, "The Knowledge of Man" (with comments by Talcott Parsons), Gardner Murphy, "Psychology and the Knowledge of Man" (with comments by Hadley Cantril), and John Herman Randall, Jr., "The World to Be Unified," and correspondence with Grayson Kirk, 1954

 

Universities and colleges - United States

Folder 4

Miscellany. Memoranda, statements, notes, mimeographed copy of William G. Bowen, "The Role of the University as an Institution in Conflicting External Issues," and correspondence with James Hester, John A. Howard and others, 1952-1989

Folder 5-6

Printed matter. Clippings, serial issues, articles, reprints, pamphlets, and manual, 1944-1986

 

University Centers for Rational Alternatives

Box 170., Folder 1-3

Correspondence with John Agresto, Peter Batke, William Bennett, Edward Chalfant, Lawrence Fertig, Milton Friedman, Edith Green, S. I. Hayakawa, Milton Hindus, Irving Kristol, Abba P. Lerner, Marvin Meyers, Bonaro W. Overstreet, Gerald Pinsky, Henry Regnery, David Riesman, Paul Seabury, Daniel Seligman, Miro M. Todorovich, Stephen J. Tonsor, Bertram D. Wolfe and others, 1968-1989

 

Miscellany

Folder 4

General. Statements, memoranda, circulars, project proposals, clippings, minutes, and leaflet, 1969-1988

Folder 5-7

Measure (newsletter), 1969-1989

Folder 8

Utley, Freda. Correspondence, 1942-1978

Folder 9

Valtin, Jan. Printed excerpt, and correspondence with Donald W. Treadgold, Jan Valtin and another, 1941-1987

Box 171., Folder 1

Values. Letters, questionnaires, notes, and printed matter, 1941-1978

Folder 2

Van den Haag, Ernest. Printed articles by Ernest van den Haag and others, and correspondence, 1950-1979

Folder 3

Veblen, Thorstein. Issue of Veblen Forum, n.d.

Folder 4

Velikovsky, Immanuel. Clippings, and letters by Michael Rosen, Harlow Shapley, and Chaim Weizmann, 1940-1983

Folder 5-7

Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975. Clippings, printed articles, pamphlet, press release, hearing transcript, serial issues, leaflets, statements, memoranda, newsletters, and correspondence with Theodore Draper, Wesley R. Fishel, Martin F. Herz, W. V. Quine, Walter Sheldon, and others, 1956-1986

Folder 8

Vivas, Eliseo. Correspondence, 1948

Folder 9

Wallace, Henry A. Notes, clippings, pamphlet, mimeographed study by Americans for Democratic Action, and letters by Dwight Macdonald and another, 1946-1948

Folder 10

Wallenberg, Raoul. Letter, 1979

Folder 11

Watergate Affair, 1972-1974. Clipping, and correspondence with Arthur S. Miller, Harvey Wheeler and others, 1973

Folder 12

Weisbord, Albert. Typescript copy of Albert Weisbord, "Communist Intelligentsia," and correspondence, 1933

Folder 13

Welfare state. Printed writings by Roger A. Freeman, bulletin, reprint, mimeographed copy of Victor R. Fuchs, "Economics, Health and Post-Industrial Society," typescript copy of Abba P. Lerner, "The Social Welfare Function," and letter by Jack D. Douglas, 1966-1978

Folder 14

White, Harry Dexter. Mimeographed copy of Christopher Emmet, "Neglected Aspects of the White Case," typescript copy of David Martin, "The Case of Harry Dexter White," and letter by Martin, 1980

Folder 15

Whitehead, Alfred North. Letter, 1950

Folder 16

Williams, William Carlos. Correspondence, 1965-1966

Folder 17

Wolfe, Bertram D. Deposition, loyalty interrogation transcript, notes, printed writings by Wolfe, and correspondence with Wolfe, J. F. Conneally, Ella Wolfe and another, 1951-1981

Box 172., Folder 1

Women. Serial issue, circular, reprint, and letters, 1952-1987

Folder 2

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Correspondence with the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and others, 1950-1980

Folder 3

Workers Party (U.S.) Resolutions, clippings, and minutes, 1935

Folder 4

World Conference against A and H Bombs and for Disarmament, Tokyo, 1958. Clipping and correspondence, 1958-1959

Folder 5-7

World politics. Clippings, pamphlet, bulletins, printed articles, serial issues, typescript copy of Arthur A. Vaisman, "The Other Cloud of Danger: Western Social Sciences and the American Concept of East-West Relations," mimeographed copy of George F. Kennan, "Industrial Society and the Western Political Dialogue," and correspondence, 1939-1989

Folder 8

World War, 1939-1945. Clippings, pamphlets, reprint, serial issue, proofs, printed article, leaflet, mimeographed copy of Leopold Labedz, "25 Years after the Nazi-Soviet Pact," and letters by Justus Doeneke, C. J. Friedrich, Rubin Gotesky, Albert Guerard, Eugene Lyons, and others, 1938-1977

Folder 9

Yaddo. Correspondence, 1931-1977

Folder 10

Youth - United States. Serial issue, program, and letters, 1971-1978

Folder 11

Yugoslavia. Printed article and letters, 1945-1985

Folder 12

Zinoviev, Alexander. Printed article, 1978

Boxes 173-179

John Dewey File, 1906-1989

Scope and Content Note

Published and unpublished writings and correspondence of John Dewey; and published and unpublished writings and correspondence of others, relating to John Dewey, arranged alphabetically by author.
 

General

Box 173., Folder 1

Correspondence with Jacques Barzun, Elliot E. Cohen, Joseph Ratner and others, 1929-1989

Folder 2

Miscellany. Typescript introduction to The Quest for Certainty, clippings, programs, pamphlet, bibliographies, notes, newsletter, and report, 1939-1988

Folder 3

Abelson, Raziel. Two typescript studies, "Dewey's Critique of Immediate Knowledge," and "John Dewey's Philosophy of Science," n.d.

Folder 4

Aiken, Henry David. Reprint, n.d.

Folder 5

Alexandrov, Georgi. Clippings, and typescript translation of printed article, "The Philosophizing Armor-Bearers of American Reaction," 1947

Folder 6

Allen, Bernard L. Correspondence, 1971

Folder 7

Antioch Review. Issue, 1959

Folder 8

Balz, Albert G. A. Reprint and serial issue, 1949

Folder 9

Baylis, Charles A. Reprint, 1944

Folder 10

Bhattacharyya, N. C. Grant application, printed articles, reprints, and typescript study, "Inquiry and Values: An Examination of Dewey's Theory of Valuation," 1968-1971

Folder 11

Black, Max. Printed article, 1962

Folder 12

Blanshard, Brand. Letter, 1974

Folder 13

Brancatisano, Fortunato. Reprints, 1952-1953

Folder 14

Brandt, Richard B. Reprint, 1952

Folder 15

Brodbeck, May. Printed article, and typescript study, "Dewey's Metaphysics and Value Theory," 1949

Folder 16

Bullert, Gary B. Typescript studies, "John Dewey and World War II: The Eclipse of Pragmatic Liberalism," "John Dewey on War and Fascism," and "John Dewey's Guild Socialism," and letters by Bullert and Paul Kurtz, 1974-1987

Folder 17

Burke, Kenneth. Printed reviews, 1930-1934

Folder 18

Cahn, Edmond. Mimeographed speech transcript, "John Dewey and the Law of a Free Society," 1959

Box 174., Folder 1

Center for Dewey Studies. Newsletters, brochures, and correspondence with Jo Ann Boydston and others, 1966-1989

Folder 2

Costello, H. T. Printed article, 1920

Folder 3

Deledalle, Gerard. Reprint, and correspondence, 1951-1970

 

Dewey, John

 

Correspondence with Sidney Hook

Folder 4-8

1926-1944

Box 175., Folder 1

1945-1951

Folder 2

Correspondence with Arthur F. Bentley, Max Eastman, William Ernest Hocking, Horace Kallen, Pearl Kluger, George H. Mead, Reinhold Niebuhr, Max Otto, Frank Trager and others, 1915-1950

Folder 3

Poems, n.d. Includes correspondence, 1971-1975

 

Writings

Folder 4

Published. Galleys, mimeograph report, printed articles, and correspondence, 1931-1987

 

Unpublished. Will, outline of "Logical Theory," syllabus of "Types of Philosophic Thought," holograph and typescript of "Pragmatism and the Validity of Intellectualism," mimeograph of "Condition Among the Poles in the United States" (with letter to E. M. House), and typescripts of lecture notes, untitled writings, "Apprehension and Understanding: Immediate Knowledge," "Comment on I Want to Be Like Stalin," "Experience and Nature in Review," "Operational Logic and Mathematics," and "The Present State and Role of Philosophy"

Folder 5-7

1906-1944

Box 176., Folder 1-2

1949-1952

Folder 3

Dewey, Roberta L. Correspondence, 1946-1961

Folder 4

Diggins, John Patrick. Printed article, n.d.

Folder 5

Downes, Chauncey B. Printed article, n.d.

Folder 6

Ducasse, C. J. Reprint, 1952

Folder 7

Dykhuizen, George. Reprint and printed article, 1952

Folder 8

Educational Theory. Printed articles, 1977

Folder 9

Eisele, J. Christopher. Printed article, memorandum, and letters, 1975-1987

Folder 10

Ezorsky, Gertrude. Printed article, 1958

Folder 11

Farrell, James T. Typewritten interview transcript, "Memories of John Dewey," 1965

Folder 12

Federal Bureau of Investigation. Articles, reports, memoranda, and letter, 1928-1982

Folder 13

Feinberg, Walter. Printed articles, 1972

Folder 14

Felix, Wesley. Correspondence, 1987-1988

Folder 15

Feuer, Lewis S. Reprints, grant proposal, typescript copy of "Was John Dewey, as Franklin D. Roosevelt said, 'the Worst' of the Intellectuals?" and letters, 1958-1977

Folder 16

Fitch, Robert E. Reprint, 1953

Folder 17

Frankel, Charles. Reprint, 1960

Folder 18

Frost, Corinne C. Mimeographed speech transcript, "The Promethean Spirit," and correspondence, 1958-1959

Folder 19

Gale, Richard M. Printed articles, 1959-1962

Folder 20

Geiger, George R. Reprint, 1955

Folder 21

Gotesky, Rubin. Printed article, n.d.

Folder 22

Holmes, Robert. Printed article, 1964

Folder 23

Homberger, Conrad P. Reprint, 1955

Folder 24

Hutchins, Robert M. Printed article, 1944

 

John Dewey Foundation

Box 177., Folder 1-2

General. By-laws, minutes, correspondence, fiscal reports, and grant proposals, 1964-1984

Folder 3-4

Legal documents. Correspondence, affidavits, briefs, and other material relating to the will of Roberta Dewey, 1973-1976

Folder 5

John Dewey Labor Research Fund. Correspondence, 1939

Folder 6

John Dewey Society. Brochure, and letters, 1975-1978

Folder 7

John Dewey Society of Japan. Letter, 1959

Folder 8

Journal of Philosophy. Issues, 1960-1969

Folder 9

Kahn, Sholom J. Reprint, 1948

Folder 10

Kallen, Horace. Printed review, n.d.

Folder 11

Kaminsky, Jack. Grant application, and reprint, n.d.

Folder 12

Kaplan, Abraham. Reprint, 1954

Folder 13

Karier, Clarence J. Printed articles, 1972-1975

Folder 14

Kasachkoff, Frances. Typescript study, "Some Remarks on Dewey's Theory of Truth," 1965

Folder 15

Kaufman-Osborn, Timothy V. Correspondence and research proposal, 1985-1986

Folder 16

Kaufmann, Felix. Reprints, typescript studies, "Genesis of Belief and Validation of Beliefs," and "Some Tentative Suggestions for an Interpretation of Dewey's Logic," and letters, 1940-1948

Box 178., Folder 1

Kelley, David. Correspondence, 1984

Folder 2

Kennedy, Gail. Mimeographed study, "The Role of Value Theory in Dewey's Philosophy of Education," typescript study, "Dewey's Logic and Theory of Knowledge," untitled typescript speech transcript, and letters, 1971-1972

Folder 3

Kimball, Bruce A. Printed article, 1977

Folder 4

Klyce, S. Circulars and letters, 1915-1932

Folder 5

Krikorian, Y. H. Correspondence, 1943

Folder 6

Lafferty, Theodore T. Printed article, 1949

Folder 7

Lamont, Corliss. Reprint and printed article, 1959-1960

Folder 8

League for Industrial Democracy. Printed copy of John Dewey at Ninety (pamphlet), 1949

Folder 9

Levit, Martin. Printed article, 1976

Folder 10

Levitt, Morton. Correspondence, 1954

Folder 11

Library of America. Correspondence, 1988-1989

Folder 12

McCormack, Eric D. Correspondence and dissertation abstract, 1957-1958

Folder 13

McKenney, John L. Reprint, 1959

Folder 14

Margolis, Joseph. Printed article, 1954

Folder 15

Mayeroff, Milton. Reprint, and printed articles, 1950-1964

Folder 16

Meiklejohn, Alexander. Printed article, mimeographed article, "A Reply to John Dewey," typescript article, "The Issues in Education," and letter, 1944-1945

Folder 17

Murphy, Jay Wesley. Reprint, n.d.

Folder 18

Nagel, Ernest. Printed book chapter, and typescript copies of "The Judgment of Practise," and an introduction to Dewey's Logic, n.d., 1983

Folder 19

New Republic. Issue, 1949

Folder 20

Nielsen, Kai. Reprint, 1960

Folder 21

Nisbet, Lee. Research proposal and letters, 1983-1987

Folder 22

Novack, George. Printed monograph, Pragmatism versus Marxism: An Appraisal of John Dewey's Philosophy, and review, 1975-1977

Folder 23

Otto, Max. Printed speech transcript, 1953

Folder 24

Ou, Tsuin-chen. Reprint and letter, 1961-1964

Folder 25

Parsons, Howard L. Printed article, 1961

Folder 26

Pepper, Stephen C. Typescript study, "Dewey's Concept of the Problematic Situation," n.d.

Folder 27

Phelps, Wallace. Printed review, 1934

Box 179., Folder 1

Phillips, D. C. Reprint, printed article, and mimeographed copy of "Popper and Pragmatism: A Fantasy," 1971-1975

Folder 2

Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. Issue, 1944

Folder 3

Piatt, Donald Ayres. Printed article, 1955

Folder 4

Price, Kingsley. Printed article, n.d.

Folder 5

Randall, John Herman, Jr. Reprint and printed article, 1953-1959

Folder 6

Ratner, Sidney. Reprint and letters, 1951-1981

Folder 7

Reck, Andrew J. Printed article, 1961

Folder 8

Religious Humanism. Issue, 1967

Folder 9

Rice, Daniel. Correspondence and grant proposal, 1986-1988. Includes material relating to Reinhold Niebuhr

Folder 10

Rivista di Filosofia. Issue, 1960

Folder 11

Rorty, Richard. Correspondence, typescript copies of "Dewey's Metaphysics," and an introduction to Dewey's The Later Works (Vol. 8), and mimeographed copy of "Overcoming the Tradition: Heidegger and Dewey," 1974-1989

Folder 12

Rosmer, Alfred. Printed article, 1952

Folder 13

Roth, Robert J. Correspondence, 1960

Folder 14

Russell, Bertrand. Untitled typescript, and printed article, n.d., 1919

Folder 15

Scheffler, Israel. Reprint, and letter, 1954-1975

Folder 16

Schilpp, Paul A. Letters, 1938-1939

Folder 17

Schneider, Herbert W. Letter, 1938

Folder 18

Schneider, Samuel. Reprint, 1960

Folder 19

Sleeper, Ralph W. Correspondence, 1983-1989

Folder 20

Smith, Evelyn Dewey. Letters, 1952

Folder 21

Smith, P. L. Correspondence, 1977

Folder 22

Southern Illinois University Press. Correspondence and pamphlets, 1973-1984

Folder 23

Suppes, Patrick. Printed article, n.d.

Folder 24

Szaniawski, Ignacy. Correspondence, 1961

Folder 25

Tanner, Daniel. Correspondence, 1986-1988

Folder 26

Tejera, V. Correspondence, 1987

Folder 27

Thayer, H. S. Grant proposal and letters, 1976-1983

Folder 28

Vescovini, G. Federici. Printed article, 1961

Folder 29

Vivas, Eliseo. Printed article, 1947

Folder 30

Wells, Guy F. Correspondence, 1955-1957

Folder 31

Welsh, Paul. Printed article, 1954

Folder 32

Welter, Rush. Printed article, 1976

Folder 33

Williams, Donald C. Reprint, 1946

Folder 34

Wilson, Edwin H. Reprint, and correspondence, 1950

Folder 35

Young, Stark. Printed review, 1931

Boxes 180-183

Affirmative Action Programs File, 1952-1989

Scope and Content Note

Published and unpublished writings of others, correspondence, and other material, relating to affirmative action programs, arranged alphabetically by author.
 

General

Box 180., Folder 1

Non-printed. Notes, leaflets, bibliography, memoranda, fragments of writings, television broadcast transcript, press releases, and correspondence with Howard Metzenbaum and others, 1970-1989

Folder 2

Printed. Leaflets, bulletins, and clippings, 1965-1989

Folder 3

Adelson, Joseph. Letters, 1973

Folder 4

The Alternative. Issue, 1973

Folder 5

American Association of University Professors. Council Committee on Discrimination. Printed report, 1973

Folder 6

American Enterprise Institute. Pamphlet, 1975

Folder 7

Analysis. Series of printed articles, 1972-1975

Folder 8

Anti-Defamation League. Bulletins, pamphlet, clipping, memorandum, and letter, 1973-1974

Folder 9

Aronson, Charles D. Correspondence, 1964

Folder 10

Association of American Colleges. Project on the Status and Education of Women. Bulletin, and report, 1974

Folder 11

Bakke vs. Regents of the University of California. Legal briefs, court decision, printed articles, and clippings, 1976-1978

Folder 12

Bart, Pauline B. Correspondence, 1982

Folder 13

Bell, Daniel. Letter, 1975

Folder 14

Black, Virginia. Reprint, 1974

Folder 15

Bluefarb, Sam. Letter, 1975

Folder 16

Bork, Robert. Printed article, 1989

Folder 17

Boxill, Bernard R. Printed article, 1972

Folder 18

Brecht, Arnold. Printed article, n.d.

Folder 19

Brooklyn College. Legal briefs and decisions, memoranda, and letters, 1970-1974

Folder 20

Brown, Daniel R. Letter, 1973

Folder 21

Bunzel, John H. Printed writings and letter, 1972-1977

Folder 22

Burns, Hobert W. Mimeographed speech transcript, 1970

Folder 23

Capaldi, Nicholas. Prospectus and outline for a study, "Federal Regulation of Higher Education," n.d.

Folder 24

Cervase, John. Letters, 1974

Box 181., Folder 1

Chronicle of Higher Education. Issue, 1973

Folder 2

Civil Rights Digest. Issue, 1975

Folder 3-4

Committee on Academic Nondiscrimination and Integrity. Memoranda, statements, transcripts of testimony by Abba P. Lerner and Miro M. Todorovich, typescript copy of "A Critical Survey of Affirmative Action," and correspondence with Fred Baumann, Abba P. Lerner, Seymour Martin Lipset and Miro M. Todorovich, 1972-1979

Folder 5

Coopersmith, Brant. Letter, 1977

Folder 6

Congressional Record. Printed excerpts, 1972-1977

Folder 7

De Funis vs. Odegaard. Legal briefs, court decisions, and clipping, 1973-1974

Folder 8

Detroit Police Officers Association vs. Young. Court decision, 1978

Folder 9

Dworkin, Ronald. Printed article, 1977

Folder 10

Ezorsky, Gertrude. Printed articles, and printed reply by Abigail L. Rosenthal, 1974

Folder 11

Flaherty, James T., and Kevin Sheard. Reprint, and letter, 1974

Folder 12

Flew, Antony. Printed copy of Education, Race and Revolution (pamphlet), and letter, 1984

Folder 13

Foreman, Paul B. Typescript study, "Race Confronts Universities," and letter, 1968

Folder 14

Frankel, Charles. Typescript speech transcript, "Government, Power, and the People of Delaware," 1973

Folder 15

Freedom House. Typescript statements, n.d.

Folder 16

Fullerton, Gail P. Typescript speech transcript, "'Affirmative Action' and the Goals of Higher Education," 1973

Folder 17

Fullinwider, Robert. Printed article, 1981

Folder 18

Gambino, Richard. Printed article, typescript study, "Ethnicity, 'New Pluralism,' and the Role of H.E.W.," and letter, 1972-1973

Folder 19

Gellhorn, Walter. Letter, 1975

Folder 20

Gittell, Marilyn. Printed article, 1975

Box 182., Folder 1

Glickstein, Howard A. Letter, 1974

Folder 2

Goldman, Martin S. Letter, 1973

Folder 3

Goodman, Walter. Printed articles, 1972-1974

Folder 4

Graglia, Lino A. Letters, 1976

Folder 5

Green, Edith. Printed article, and letters, 1972-1974

Folder 6

Gross, Barry R. Printed writings, and letters, 1975-1978

Folder 7

Havender, William R. Printed articles, two typescript studies, "About Quotas," and "A Comment on Arthur Jensen's Critics," and letter, 1972-1974

Folder 8

Havighurst, Robert J. Reprint, 1973

Folder 9

Hayakawa, S. I. Notes, and mimeographed study, "Trying on New Definitions, New Terms," 1975.

Scope and Content Note

See also Audiovisual File
Folder 10

Herrnstein, Richard. Mimeographed study, "I.Q.," 1971

Folder 11

Hesburgh, Theodore M. Correspondence, 1974

Folder 12

International Council on the Future of the University. Newsletters, 1974-1976

Folder 13

Jackson, Maurice. Printed article, 1973

Folder 14

Keeler, Davis E. Mimeographed study, "Hiring Quotas," n.d.

Folder 15

Kerr, Clark. Letter, 1975

Folder 16

Lester, Richard A. Reprints, printed article, transcript of testimony, two typescript studies, "The AAUP Salary Survey," and "The Fallacies of Numerical Goals," and letters, 1975-1977

Folder 17

Lundberg, George A. Mimeographed study, "The Survival of the Moralistic-Legalistic Orientation in Sociology," 1952

Folder 18

Lyford, Joseph P. Reprint, 1963

Folder 19

McGill, William J. Typescript speech transcript, 1973

Folder 20

MacNeil-Lehrer Report (Television program). Mimeographed transcripts of two broadcasts, "Bakke Case," and "Blackout Looting," and correspondence with Robert MacNeil, 1977

Folder 21

Martin, Ben L. Printed article, 1978

Folder 22

Massachusetts, University of. Correspondence, printed article, and memorandum, 1988

Folder 23

Measure. Issues, 1970-1980

Folder 24

Mosk, Stanley. Letter, 1980

Folder 25

Moynihan, Daniel P. Printed article, n.d.

Folder 26

Nagel, Thomas. Printed articles, 1973-1981

Folder 27

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Mimeographed statement, "Affirmative Action," 1974

Folder 28

National Endowment for the Humanities. Correspondence, reports, and clippings, 1980-1981

Folder 29

National Lawyers Guild. Memorandum with annotations by Hook, 1989

Folder 30

National Public Radio. Mimeographed transcript of a radio broadcast, "Affirmative Action," and correspondence, 1977

Folder 31

New Republic. Issue, 1977

Folder 32

New York, City University of. Minutes, memorandum, clippings, bulletin, and correspondence, 1972-1989

Folder 33

New York University. Serial issue, 1974

Folder 34

Newton, Lisa H. Printed article, 1972

Folder 35

Nisenbaum, Steven. Printed article, 1973

Folder 36

O'Hara, James G. Mimeographed speech transcript, 1974

Box 183., Folder 1

O'Neil, Robert M. Printed article, 1971

Folder 2

Pence, Gregory E. Typescript studies, "The Pitfalls of Rawlsian Opportunity," and "The Scales of Justice and the Weight of Compensation," typescript dissertation, "A Critical Examination of John Rawls' A Theory of Justice," and letter, 1974

Folder 3

Purcell, Theodore V. Reprint, memorandum, and letter, 1971-1974

Folder 4

Rachman, David J. Reprint, 1969

Folder 5

Ramey, Estelle R. Printed article and correspondence, 1973

Folder 6

Rauh, Joseph L., Jr. Letter, 1985

Folder 7

Regulation. Series of printed articles, 1978

Folder 8

Riesman, David. Correspondence, 1981-1982

Folder 9

Roche, George C., III. Printed article, 1973

Folder 10

Schuwerk, Robert P. Printed article, 1972

Folder 11

Seabury, Paul. Galleys, and letter, 1971-1972

Folder 12

Seligman, Daniel. Printed article, and letter, 1973

Folder 13

Sherain, Howard. Printed article, 1973

Folder 14

Sherman, Malcolm J. Reprint, and letter, 1973-1975

Folder 15

Simon, Robert L. Reprint, printed articles, typescript study, "Statistical Justifications of Discrimination," and letter, 1974-1976

Folder 16

Smaldone, Joseph P. Letters, 1973

Folder 17

Social Democrats, U.S.A. Mimeographed resolution, 1974

Folder 18

Sowell, Thomas. Printed articles, reprint, pamphlet, galleys, and reviews, 1972-1976

Folder 19

Stanford University. Printed reports, clippings, and serial issues, 1971-1988

Folder 20

Trow, Martin. Typescript study, "Concepts of Affirmative Action: Thoughts on an Essay by Jack Bunzel," 1989

Folder 21

United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Memoranda, printed matter, statistics, and correspondence, 1971-1975

Folder 22

Van den Haag, Ernest. Printed articles, 1973-1976

Folder 23

Weber vs. Kaiser. Legal briefs, 1978

Folder 24

Wicker, Tom. Printed article, and correspondence, 1975

Folder 25

Wisconsin vs. Department of Industry, Labor and Human Relations. Legal brief, 1977

Folder 26

Wubnig, Judith. Printed article, and letter, 1972

Folder 27

Young Americans for Freedom. Printed report, 1978

Boxes 184-185; 10.A-V; Record cabinet

Audiovisual File, 1953-1988

Scope and Content Note

Photographs, audiotapes, audiocassette, videocassettes, and a phonorecord. See also Addendum File.
 

Audiotapes and audiocassettes

Box 184., Folder 1

Untitled presentation by an unidentified speaker, n.d. Relates to the Students for a Democratic Society and the Jean Jacques Rousseau Society

Folder 2

Untitled reflections by an unidentified speaker, n.d.

Folder 3-5

Discussion with Sidney Hook and others in Japan, ca. 1959

Folder 6-7

"Principles of Academic Freedom: The Situation at Berkeley," April 3, 1965. Speech, Temple University

Folder 8

"The Nature of Liberal Civilization: A Discussion Between Sidney Hook and Bertrand Russell," Sept. 25, 1953. British Broadcasting Corporation production

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 90003_a_0000123_a01
Folder 9-11

"Is the Fifth Amendment of Our Constitution a Shield against Oppression or a Weapon for Subversion," March 13, 1955. Radio broadcast, Jewish Community Forum

Folder 12

"Intelligence and Human Rights," March 9, 1961. Jefferson Lecture Series, University of California, Berkeley

Folder 13

"Democracy and Judicial Review," March 14, 1961. Jefferson Lecture Series, University of California, Berkeley

Folder 12

"Intelligence, Conscience and Revolution," March 16, 1961. Jefferson Lecture Series, University of California, Berkeley

 

"Freedom, Peace, and Prospects for Survival," Dec. 14, 1961. Speech, Monterey Peninsula College

Folder 14

Part One

Box 185., Folder 15

Part Two

Folder 16

"The Symbols, Myths and Rationale of Revolution," April 19, 1967. Speech, Central Washington State College

Folder 17

Speech by Joseph Katz, "Why Students Revolt," Oct. 14, 1969

Folder 18

80th birthday tribute, Oct. 29, 1982

Folder 19-26

Oral history interviews, Dec. 1983. Includes material relating to Daniel Bell, James Burnham, Whittaker Chambers, the Congress for Cultural Freedom, John Dewey, Corliss Lamont, A. J. Muste, Lionel Trilling, and Philip Wheelwright

Folder 27

"Speaking of Everything," June 14, 1987. Radio interview with Howard Cosell

Folder 28-29

Oral history interview with Norman Podhoretz, Oct. 25, 1988

Folder 30-31

New York University memorial service for Sidney Hook, Sept. 29, 1989

Oversize Record cabinet

Phonorecord. "Si J'avais une Faucille," 1983. Produced by the Internationale de la Risistance, France.

 

Videocassettes

Folder 32-33

"Visions of the Social Order," 1986

Folder 34

"On Being a Jew," ca. 1987-1988. Television interview

Folder 35

"Hook Evaluates Liberalism," Firing Line, July 24, 1987

Folder 36

U. S. Senate testimony by Leo Cherne, Alexandra Costa and others relating to Afghanistan, Oct. 9, 1987

Folder 37

Interview, ca. 1988. Television broadcast in Taiwan?

Folder 38

Speech by S. I. Hayakawa relating to the organization U. S. English, 1988

Box 10.A-V

Photographs. See photo file catalog

Boxes 186-191

Addendum File 1922-2002

Scope and Content Note

Addendum materials organized in 2007. Includes additional biographical information, correspondence, speeches and writings, lecture notes, subject files, audiovisual files, and oversize materials
 

Oversize File, 1942 and undated

Box 186, Folder 1

Speeches and writings. "The Philosophy of American Pragmatism," undated

Scope and Content Note

Printed copies of Russian and Polish translations, published in U.S. Information Agency journals Amerika (Russian) and Ameryka (Polish),
Box 186, Folder 2

Photographs. Oversize photographs of Sidney Hook, 1942 and undated

 

Biographical File, 1946-2002

 

Clippings and printed articles, 1964-1988

Box 187, Folder 1

Clippings, 1964-1969

Box 187, Folder 2

Printed article. Edward S. Shapiro, "The Sidney Hook-Corliss Lamont Letters," Continuity, Fall 1988

Box 187, Folder 3

Communist opinion. Herbert Aptheker, "Communism and Truth: A Reply to Sidney Hook," Masses and Mainstream, 1952

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy
Box 187, Folder 4

Family. Genealogical data and school reports, 1946-1969

Box 187, Folder 5

Post-mortem commentary. New York University centennial conference on Sidney Hook and His Legacy in the Twentieth Century proceedings, obituary, and letters exchanged between Ernest B. Hook and John P. Diggins, 1989-2002

Box 187, Folder 6

Stroke, 1980

Scope and Content Note

Messages written in the hospital
 

Correspondence, 1922-1989

Box 187, Folder 7

General, 1941-1989

Box 187, Folder 8

Boorstin, Daniel, 1970

Box 187, Folder 9

Buck, R. Creighton, 1971

Box 187, Folder 10

Budenz, Louis Francis, 1967

Box 187, Folder 11

Congress for Cultural Freedom, 1964-1968

Box 187, Folder 12

Continuum (Justus George Lawler), 1963

Box 187, Folder 13

Decter, Midge, undated

Box 187, Folder 14

Decter, Moshe, 1956-1967

Box 187, Folder 15

Drachkovitch, Milorad M., 1968

Box 187, Folder 16

Gale, Richard M., 1967

Box 187, Folder 17

Grunbaum, Adolf, 1984

Box 187, Folder 18

Hester, James M., 1968

Box 187, Folder 19-23

Hook, Ann, 1930-1958

Box 188, Folder 1-4

Hook, Carrie, 1922-1949

Box 188, Folder 5

Hook, John, 1941-1966

Box 188, Folder 6

Hook, Susan, 1961

Box 188, Folder 7

Jukes, Thomas H., 1966

Box 188, Folder 8

Kline, George L., 1965

Box 188, Folder 9

Knopfelmacher, Frank, 1967

Box 188, Folder 10

Konvitz, Milton R., 1965

Box 188, Folder 11

Kristol, Irving, 1968

Box 188, Folder 12

Kurtz, Paul, 1968

Box 188, Folder 13

Labedz, Leopold, 1968

Box 188, Folder 14

Lamont, Corliss, 1968

Box 188, Folder 15

Lerner, Michael, 1966

Box 188, Folder 16

Maitre, Joachim, 1979

Box 188, Folder 17

Mendelowitz, Jeanette, 1925-1926

Box 188, Folder 18

New York Times, 1953-1971

Box 188, Folder 19

Nielson, Kai, 1967

Box 188, Folder 20

Nomad, Max, 1966

Box 188, Folder 21

Polisuk, Celia, 1923-1925

Box 188, Folder 22

Pomerance, Is, 1924

Box 188, Folder 23

Ross, Ralph G., 1968

Box 188, Folder 24

Schaffer, Mary, 1924-1926

Box 188, Folder 25

Schwartz, Beulah, 1924-1925

Box 188, Folder 26

Shepard, John D., 1968

Box 188, Folder 27

Silone, Ignazio, 1951

Box 188, Folder 28

Silvers, Robert, 1969

Box 188, Folder 29

Solow, Herbert, undated

Box 188, Folder 30

Trilling, Lionel, undated

Box 188, Folder 31

Wald, Alan, 1974-1984

Box 188, Folder 32

Walter, Edward, 1968

Box 188, Folder 33

Westbrook, Robert, 1987

Box 188, Folder 34

Wolfe, Ella, 1968

Box 188, Folder 35-36

Unidentified (Leonore, last name unknown), 1925-1927

 

Speeches and Writings, 1925-1988

Box 190, Folder 1

"The Fifth Amendment: A Problem in Law and Morals," undated.

Scope and Content Note

Speech. Typescript
Box 190, Folder 2

Letter to the editor, New York Times, undated.

Scope and Content Note

Relates to the Fifth Amendment. Typescript
Box 190, Folder 3

"New York as an Educational Center," undated.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box 190, Folder 4

Notes on philosophy, 1925-1926.

Scope and Content Note

Holograph notebook
 

Towards the Understanding of Karl Marx, 1933

Box 190, Folder 5

Book jackets

Box 190, Folder 5

Printed copy annotated by Leon Trotsky

Safe Safe

Original

Box 190, Folder 6

Photocopy, with transcription and translation of annotations

Box 190, Folder 7

"A Systematic Philosophy, and Testament, by Mr. Russell," New York Times, Jan. 2, 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Review of Bertrand Russell, Human Knowledge: Its Scope and Limits. Holograph
Box 190, Folder 8

"Bread, Freedom and Businessmen," Fortune, Sept. 1951.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy of German translation, published in Monat, undated
Box 190, Folder 9

"Red Teachers Can't Claim Objectivity," Square Bulletin [Washington Square College, New York University], Dec. 17, 1952.

Scope and Content Note

Reply to Herbert Aptheker's comments on Hook's article "Communists Practice 'Educational Fraud.'" Printed copy, and printed copy of Aptheker's comments, 1952
Box 190, Folder 10

"Some Observations on the 'Report of the Special Committee on Faculty Responsibility toward Governmental Investigative Agencies' [of Washington Square College, New York University]," April 17, 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box 190, Folder 11

Humanities Curriculum Seminar, Center for the Study of Liberal Education for Adults, Chicago, May 14-16, 1953.

Scope and Content Note

(seminar director). Workbook and notes
Box 190, Folder 12

Letter to the editor, New York Times, 5/20/1957.

Scope and Content Note

(date written) Relates to comments on Hook's book Common Sense and the Fifth Amendment. Typescript
Box 190, Folder 13

"Prof. Hook and the Fifth Amendment," Frontier, Aug. 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Letter to the editor relating to a review by John Caughey of Common Sense and the Fifth Amendment. Printed copy, and printed copy of Caughey's response, 1957
Box 190, Folder 14

The Paradoxes of Freedom, 1962

Scope and Content Note

Galleys of review by Arnold S. Kaufman, undated
Box 190, Folder 15

Moral and Ethical Considerations in the Use of Mass Casualty Weapons, panel discussion, Washington, D.C., April 9, 1965.

Scope and Content Note

(panel member) Transcript of discussion
Box 190, Folder 16

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Aug. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

(date written). Reply to letter to the editor by Haakon Chevalier regarding Hook's review of his book Oppenheimer. Typescript, typescript of Chevalier's letter, correspondence, and clipping, 1965
Box 190, Folder 17

Contemporary Philosophy, 1968

Scope and Content Note

Pamphlet. Holograph (incomplete), typescript (incomplete), outline, contract, and correspondence, 1965
Box 190, Folder 18

Letter to the editor, Playboy, Aug. 5, 1968.

Scope and Content Note

(date written) Relates to Playboy interview with William Sloane Coffin. Typescript, printed copy of Coffin interview, and correspondence, 1968
Box 190, Folder 19

In Defense of Academic Freedom, 1971

Scope and Content Note

(editor). Letter, 1970
Box 190, Folder 20

"Lenin and the Communist International," Russian Review, Jan. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Review of Branko Lazitch and Milorad M. Drachkovitch, Lenin and the Comintern, Vol. I. Holograph
Box 190, Folder 21

"John Reed, the Romantic," New Republic, Sept. 29, 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Review of Barbara Gelb, So Short a Time. Holograph
Box 189, Folder 1-8

Oral history interviews with Ernest B. Hook, Dec. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Transcripts
Box 190, Folder 22

"The Event-Making Man," The World and I, Feb. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Letter and contract, 1987
 

Lecture Notes, undated

Box 190, Folder 23

General

Box 190, Folder 24

Augustine

Box 190, Folder 25

Berkeley

Box 190, Folder 26

Descartes

Box 190, Folder 27

Fifth Amendment

Box 190, Folder 28

Hume

Box 190, Folder 29

Leibnitz

Box 190, Folder 30

Locke

Box 190, Folder 31

Logic

Box 190, Folder 32

Spinoza

Box 190, Folder 33

Whitehead

 

Subject File, 1929-1986

Box 191, Folder 1

General. Printed miscellany, 1933-1986

Box 191, Folder 2

Communism. Pamphlets, 1929-1951.

Scope and Content Note

Includes On the Road to Bolshevization; Albert Verblin, The Struggle for Power; and anti-communist French pamphlets
Box 191, Folder 3

Einstein, Albert. Printed article, 1949

Box 191, Folder 4

Political crimes and offenses-Soviet Union. Pamphlet. Friedrich Adler et al., The Moscow Trial and the Labour and Socialist International, 1931

Box 191, Folder 6-May

United States. Constitution. Relates to the Fifth Amendment and legal status of American Communists. Speeches, clippings, printed articles, Congressional hearing transcripts, and judicial decisions, 1953-1960

Box 191, Folder 7

World War, 1939-1945. Pamphlet. War Aims, Peace Terms, and the World after the War, 1941

 

AudioVisual Files, 1929-1984

Box 191, Folder 8

Audio cassette. Recording of discussion between Sidney Hook and Theodore Draper, Aug. 4, 1984

Box 191, Folder 9

Caricatures. Depict Sidney Hook, undated undated

Box 191, Folder 10

Photographs. Depict Sidney Hook, ca. 1929-1948.

Scope and Content Note

and drawing of Dewey Commission hearings, 1937
Box: 192-193

Incremental Materials

Scope and Content Note

This addition to the collection has not yet been described. Please let the Hoover Institution Archives know if you would like to see this material described. Contact us at hooverarchivesinfo@stanford.edu 
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