Register of the Sidney Hook papers, 1902-2002

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Register of the Sidney Hook papers, 1902-2002

Hoover Institution Archives



Stanford University

Stanford, California

Contact Information

  • Hoover Institution Archives
  • Stanford University
  • Stanford, California 94305-6010
  • Phone: (650) 723-3563
  • Fax: (650) 725-3445
  • Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
Date Completed:
1991, Updated 2007
Encoded by:
Xiuzhi Zhou and Elizabeth Konzak
© 1998 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Collection Summary

Title: Sidney Hook papers,
Date (inclusive): 1902-2002
Collection number: 90003
Creator: Hook, Sidney, 1902-1989
Collection Size: 193 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box, 2 envelopes, 1 phonorecord (77.8 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, speeches and writings, lecture notes, printed matter, sound recordings, videotape, and photographs, relating to philosophy, Marxism, communism in the United States and elsewhere, the question of communists in the educational system, campus disturbances in the 1960s, the Congress for Cultural Freedom and other anti-communist movements, the thought of John Dewey, principles of education, the nature of academic freedom, and affirmative action programs. Sound use copy of one sound recording available. Video use copy of videotape available.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Box 189 and Tapes 19-26 in Box 185 closed.
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Publication Rights

For copyright status, please contact the Hoover Institution Archives

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Sidney Hook papers, [Box number], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1990.

Accruals

Materials may have been added to the collection since this finding aid was prepared. To determine if this has occurred, find the collection in Stanford University's online catalog at http://searchworks.stanford.edu/ . Materials have been added to the collection if the number of boxes listed in the online catalog is larger than the number of boxes listed in this finding aid.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Philosophy
Marx, Karl, 1818-1883
Socialism
Communism
Communism--United States
Communism in education
Student movements--United States
Anti-communist movements
Congress for Cultural Freedom
Dewey, John, 1859-1952
Education
Academic freedom--United States
Liberty
Affirmative action programs
United States--Politics and government
Philosophers
Phonorecords

Biographical Note

1902, Dec. 20 Born, New York City
1927 Ph.D., Columbia University
  Author, The Metaphysics of Pragmatism
1927-1969 Professor of Philosophy, Washington Square College, New York University
1933 Author, Towards the Understanding of Karl Marx
1936 Author, From Hegel to Marx
1939 Author, John Dewey: An Intellectual Portrait
1940 Author, Reason, Social Myths and Democracy
1943 Author, The Hero in History
1946 Author, Education for Modern Man
1948-1969 Head, All-University Department of Philosophy, New York University
1953 Author, Heresy, Yes, Conspiracy, No
1955 Author, Marx and the Marxists
1957 Author, Common Sense and the Fifth Amendment
1959 Author, Political Power and Personal Freedom
1961 Author, The Quest for Being
1962 Author, The Paradoxes of Freedom
1967 Author, Religion in a Free Society
1970 Author, Academic Freedom and Academic Anarchy
1973 Author, Education and the Taming of Power
1973-1989 Senior Research Fellow, Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace
1974 Author, Pragmatism and the Tragic Sense of Life
1975 Author, Revolution, Reform and Social Justice
1980 Author, Philosophy and Public Policy
1983 Author, Marxism and Beyond
1987 Author, Out of Step: An Unquiet Life in the Twentieth Century
1989, July 12 Died, Stanford, California
1990 Author, Convictions (published posthumously)

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, speeches and writings, lecture notes, printed matter, sound recordings, videotape, and photographs, relating to philosophy, Marxism, communism in the United States and elsewhere, the question of communists in the educational system, campus disturbances in the 1960s, the Congress for Cultural Freedom and other anti-communist movements, the thought of John Dewey, principles of education, the nature of academic freedom, and affirmative action programs. Sound use copy of one sound recording available. Video use copy of videotape available.

Collection Contents

Boxes: 1-3

Biographical File, 1902-1989

Scope and Content Note

Biographical sketches, bibliographies, correspondence, clippings, lecture notices, and other material, relating to the career of Sidney Hook, arranged alphabetically by topic or physical form. See also Addendum File.
Box 1., Folder 1

Awards. Certificates, clippings, miscellany, and congratulatory letters from Michael Deaver and others, 1927-1985

Folder 2-3

Bibliographies, 1942-1977

Folder 4

Biographical sketches, 1950-1988

Folder 5

Biographical studies by others. Correspondence, 1958-1988.

Scope and Content Note

Note: Studies relating to specific aspects of Hook's thought are filed in the Subject File
Folder 6

Birthday celebration, 80th, 1982. Program and clippings, 1982.

Scope and Content Note

See also Audiovisual File
 

Clippings and printed articles

Folder 7

1919-1955

Box 2., Folder 1-2

1956-1989

Folder 3

Clippings, Pictorial, 1938-1974

Folder 4

Communist opinion. Letters, clippings, articles and translations, 1933-1979, relating to Soviet and American communist opinion of Sidney Hook. Includes letters by J. B. S. Hardman, Granville Hicks, Wolfgang Krah and Morris U. Schappes, and an article by V. J. Jerome

Folder 5

Correspondence, 1924-1989

Box 3., Folder 1

Miscellany, 1902-1983

Folder 2

Obituaries. Clippings, program, press releases, and condolence letter from George Bush, 1989.

Scope and Content Note

See also Audiovisual File
Folder 3

Quotations. Letters, typescript by James Stockdale, and printed matter, 1943-1987

Folder 4

Retirement, 1968. Clippings and congratulatory letters, 1968-1969

 

Retirement, 1973

Folder 5

Clippings, 1972-1973

Folder 6

Correspondence, 1972-1973

 

Trips

Folder 7

General. Identification card, memorandum, and correspondence, 1927-1966

 

Asia, 1971

Folder 8

Clippings, 1971

Folder 9

Correspondence, 1971-1972

Folder 10

Miscellany, 1971

Folder 11

Schedules, 1971

Folder 12

Germany and Russia, 1928-1929. Program and post cards, 1928-1929

Boxes: 4-30

Correspondence, 1921-1989

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence of Sidney Hook, arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent. See also Addendum File.
 

General

 

General

Box 4., Folder 1

Undated

Folder 2

Unidentified

Folder 3-5

1923-1989

Folder 6

Recommendations, 1937-1989

Folder 7

Students and teaching, 1927-1988

Box 5., Folder 1

Abbagnano, Nicola, 1955

Folder 2

Abramovitz, Moses, 1985

Folder 3

Abrams, Elliott, 1984

Folder 4

Abt, Lawrence Edwin, 1969-1985

Folder 5

Adamic, Louis, 1938

Folder 6

Adams, Marion G., 1973-1975

Folder 7

Adelson, Joe, 1989

Folder 8

Adler, Max, 1936-1937

Folder 9

Adler, Mortimer, 1984

Folder 10

Adult Education Association of the U.S.A., 1954

Folder 11

Agassi, J., 1958

Folder 12

Albert, Ethel M., 1958

Folder 13

Alchon, Guy, 1989

Folder 14

Aldrich, Virgil, 1961

Folder 15

Alfred A. Knopf Company, 1963

Folder 16

Allard, Gerry, 1954

Folder 17

Alldredge, Charles, 1947

Folder 18

Allen, Richard V., 1981

Folder 19

Allen, Will, 1949

Folder 20

Alpern, Sara, 1983-1985

Folder 21

Alston, William P., 1956

Folder 22

Amalgamated Housing Corporation, 1964

Folder 23

American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1950-1960

Folder 24

American Affairs, 1948

Folder 25

American Association of University Professors, 1936-1987

Folder 26

American Association of University Women, 1948-1966

Folder 27

American Bar Association. Standing Committee on Education about Communism and Its Contrast with Liberty under Law, 1963-1969

Folder 28

American Broadcasting Company, 1982

Folder 29

American Catholic Philosophical Association, 1965

Folder 30

American China Policy Association (Alfred Kohlberg), 1950

Folder 31

American Committee for Emigre Scholars, Writers and Artists, 1947-1950

Folder 32

American Council for Judaism, 1946-1964

Folder 33

American Council of Learned Societies, 1947-1961

Folder 34

American Council on NATO, 1953

Folder 35

American Design Awards, 1950-1951

Folder 36

American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, 1975-1984

Folder 37

American Friends of the Hebrew University, 1951-1954

Folder 38

American Jewish Committee, 1946-1957

Folder 39

American Jewish Congress, 1947-1974

Folder 40

American Jewish Literary Foundation, 1960

Folder 41

American Journal of Sociology, 1929

Folder 42

American League Against War and Fascism (Harry F. Ward), 1935-1948

Folder 43

American Philosophical Society, 1954

Folder 44

American Political Science Association, 1948-1978

Folder 45

American Political Science Review, 1957-1973

Folder 46

American Psychological Association, 1958

Folder 47

American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, 1970

Folder 48

American Scholar, 1948-1989

Folder 49

American Schools of Oriental Research, 1948-1949

Folder 50

American Spectator (R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.), 1982-1988

Folder 51

American Unitarian Association, 1953

Folder 52

American Whig-Cliosophic Society, 1950

Folder 53

Amnesty International, 1983

Folder 54

Amos, Wayne, 1949

Folder 55

Anderson, John, 1938, 1987

Folder 56

Anderson, Martin, 1981-1987

Folder 57

Andrews, John K., Jr., 1985-1987

Folder 58

Andron, Mort, 1950

Folder 59

Angoff, Allan, 1957

Folder 60

Anti-Defamation League, 1956-1985

Folder 61

Antioch College, 1949-1969

Folder 62

Antonovich, Michael D., 1984

Folder 63

Aristotelian Society, 1949-1951

Folder 64

Arizona. University, 1946-1959

Folder 65

Armour, Richard, 1974

Folder 66

Armstrong, David, 1972

Folder 67

Arnheim, Rudolf, 1955

Folder 68

Arnold, Thurman, 1936

Folder 69

Aronsohn, Lillian Segal, 1977-1988

Folder 70

Arvin, Newton, 1932-1943

Folder 71

Asahina, Robert, 1984-1988

Folder 72

Ascoli, Max, 1954-1969

Folder 73

Ash, Kathleen M., 1941-1974

Folder 74

Asia and World Institute, 1983

Folder 75

Asia Foundation, 1955-1960

Folder 76

Asia Society, 1959-1960

Box 6., Folder 1

Atkins, Dale M., 1970

Folder 2

Atkins, Elisha, n.d.

Folder 3

Atlas, James, n.d.

Folder 4

Auden, W. H., 1968-1969

Folder 5

Auerbach, Carl, 1980-1988

Folder 6

Axtelle, George E., 1952

Folder 7

Ayer, A. J., 1942-1948

Folder 8

Bacciocco, Edward J., Jr., 1982-1984

Folder 9

Bachman, Joseph P., 1987-1988

Folder 10

Bailey, Forrest, 1931

Folder 11

Bailey, J. Michael, 1988

Folder 12

Balabanoff, Angelica, 1939

Folder 13

Balch, Emily G., 1950

Folder 14

Ballantine, H. Thomas, Jr., 1949

Folder 15

Baltzly, Alexander, 1981

Folder 16

Balz, Albert G. A., 1941-1948

Folder 17

Bar-Hillel, Y., 1955

Folder 18

Bar-Levav, Reuven, 1988

Folder 19

Barcan, Rose, 1942

Folder 20

Barchas, Isaac D., 1989

Folder 21

Bard College, 1946-1949

Folder 22

Bark, Dennis, 1984-1987

Folder 23

Barnes, Albert C., 1942-1943.

Scope and Content Note

See also Subject File/Russell, Bertrand
Folder 24

Baron, Joseph L., 1942

Folder 25

Barrett, William, 1946-1958

Folder 26

Bartley, William, 1985-1988

Folder 27

Barzun, Jacques, 1969-1972

Folder 28

Bates, Ernest, 1939

Folder 29

Bauer-Mengelberg, Stefan, 1984-1989

Folder 30

Baumann, Fred, 1980-1989

Folder 31

Bawer, Bruce, 1985

Folder 32

Beacon Press, 1948-1952

Folder 33

Beale, Will, 1948

Folder 34

Beard, Charles A., 1930-1944

Folder 35

Beattie, Paul H. 1972-1987

Folder 36

Beatty, Jack, 1985-1988

Folder 37

Becker, Carl, 1940

Folder 38

Beichman, Arnold, 1974-1988

Folder 39

Bell, Daniel, 1942-1988

Folder 40

Bellamy, Mary, 1983-1989

Folder 41

Bellefroid, E., 1985

Folder 42

Bellow, Saul, 1988

Folder 43

Benjamin, Jack, 1961

Folder 44

Bennett, John C., 1936

Folder 45

Bennett, William J., 1982

Folder 46

Bennington College, 1936-1960

Folder 47

Bentley, Arthur F., 1957

Folder 48

Bentley, Eric, 1956

Folder 49

Berger, Samuel D., 1972

Folder 50

Bergmann, Gustav, 1970-1971

Folder 51

Berke, Jacqueline, 1970-1972

Folder 52

Berkson, I. B., 1952

Folder 53

Bernstam, Mikhail, 1983-1985

Folder 54

Bernstein, Richard, 1985-1988

Folder 55

Besangon, Alain, 1983

Folder 56

Bethell, Tom, 1987

Folder 57

Bettelheim, Bruno, 1969

Box 7., Folder 1

Bevan, Ruth A., 1968-1989

Folder 2

Billikopf, Jacob, n.d.

Folder 3

Billington, James H., 1984

Folder 4

Bingham, Alfred M., 1959

Folder 5

Bingham, Colin, 1967?

Folder 6

Biser, Erwin, 1946

Folder 7

Black, Virginia, 1972-1984

Folder 8

Black Mountain College, 1944-1945

Folder 9

Blanshard, Brand, 1944-1985

Folder 10

Blinken, Donald M., 1985-1989

Folder 11

Bloom, Sol, 1948

Folder 12

Bluefarb, Sam, 1967-1976

Folder 13

Blum, Alex, 1962-1989

Folder 14

Blum, Edith H., 1980

Folder 15

Blumberg, Alfred, 1933

Folder 16

Boas, George, 1938-1948

Folder 17

Bochenski, I. M., 1949

Folder 18

Bodmer, Frederick, 1945

Folder 19

Boettinger, Henry M., 1969

Folder 20

Bohnert, Herbert G., 1969

Folder 21

Bondy, Francois, 1956

Folder 22

Book League of America, 1930

Folder 23

Boone, Walter S., 1989

Folder 24

Bornemann, Alfred H., 1981

Folder 25

Borovoy, A. Alan, 1980-1986

Folder 26

Boscaino, Frank, 1967

Folder 27

Boston University, 1952-1955

Folder 28

Bowers, Claude, 1942

Folder 29

Braithwaite, R. B., 1961

Folder 30

Brandeis, Louis, 1933

Folder 31

Brandeis University, 1948-1980

Folder 32

Brandt, Betty, 1967-1968

Folder 33

Brann, Henry W., 1941-1942

Folder 34

Brattleboro Reformer, 1984

Folder 35

Braude, Ben B., 1975-1982

Folder 36

Braun, Ethel, 1975-1978

Folder 37

Bremer, John, 1978

Folder 38

Bretall, Robert W., 1969

Folder 39

Bridgman, P. W., 1938

Folder 40

Brightman, Edgar S., 1936-1946

Folder 41

Brinton, Crane, 1937

Folder 42

Broad, C. D., 1922-1953

Folder 43

Brodsky, Bernard, 1985

Folder 44

Brodsky, Mrs. Ralph Howard, 1935

Folder 45

Bronstein, Daniel J., 1945-1949

Folder 46

Brookings Institution, 1958-1961

Folder 47

Brooklyn College, 1942-1968

Folder 48

Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, 1942-1957

Folder 49

Brooks, Van Wyck, 1940

Folder 50

Brown, Elmer E., 1930

Folder 51

Brown, H. C., 1931

Folder 52

Brown, John M., 1958-1959

Folder 53

Brown University, 1959-1965

Folder 54

Brucker, Herbert, 1956

Folder 55

Bryan, Walter R., 1952

Folder 56

Bryn Mawr College, 1948-1982

Folder 57

Brzeski, Andrzej, 1984

Folder 58

Brzezinski, Zbigniew, 1981-1984

Folder 59

Buchanan, Patrick, 1985-1986

Folder 60

Buchanan, Scott, 1942-1943

Folder 61

Buchler, Justus, 1942

Folder 62

Buckley, Priscilla, 1984

Folder 63

Buckley, William F., Jr., 1960-1989

Folder 64

Budenz, Mary Rodgers, 1987

Folder 65

Bullert, Gary, 1985-1986

Box 8., Folder 1

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1948-1952

Folder 2

Bunzel, John H., 1978-1984

Folder 3

Burke, Kenneth, 1933-1936

Folder 4

Burnet, John, 1923-1925

Folder 5

Burnham, James, 1938-1982

Folder 6

Burress, Richard, 1985-1988

Folder 7

Burtt, E. A., 1946-1982

Folder 8

Bush, Wendell T., 1929-1930

Folder 9

Cahn, Edmond, 1956

Folder 10

Cahn, Judah, 1968

Folder 11

Cairns, Dorion, 1938

Folder 12

Cairns, Huntington, 1941-1949

Folder 13

Caldwell, Gaylon L., 1970

Folder 14

Calhoun, Robert Lowry, 1935

Folder 15

California. University, 1948-1977

Folder 16

The Call Association, 1951

Folder 17

Calverton, V. F., 1930-1935

Folder 18

Cam, Helen, 1953

Folder 19

Cambridge University, 1962-1976

Folder 20

Campbell, Glenn, 1984-1989

Folder 21

Campbell, Norman, 1922

Folder 22

Campbell, Rita R., 1973-1975

Folder 23

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 1958-1964

Folder 24

Canadian Institute on Public Affairs, 1958

Folder 25

Cannon, Howard W., 1975

Folder 26

Capaldi, Nicholas, 1982-1987

Folder 27

Caplan, David, 1985-1989

Folder 28

Cargill, Oscar, 1952-1953

Folder 29

Carlsen, Robin Woodsworth, 1982

Folder 30

Carlson, Harry, 1969

Folder 31

Carmichael, Joel, 1984-1988

Folder 32

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1960

Folder 33

Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1958-1959

Folder 34

Carson, Clayborne, 1985

Folder 35

Carus, M. Blouke, 1987

Folder 36

Case Western Reserve University, 1948-1967

Folder 37

Cate, Curtis, 1985-1988

Folder 38

Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, 1959-1977

Folder 39

Center for the Study of Liberal Education for Adults, 1953-1955

Folder 40

Center for the Survival of Western Democracies, 1979

Folder 41

Chamberlain, John, 1935

Folder 42

Chamberlain, Park, 1968-1989

Folder 43

Chamberlin, William Henry, 1952

Folder 44

Chandler, Albert H., 1945

Box 9., Folder 1

Chapman, John, 1976

Folder 2

Chapman, S. J., 1923

Folder 3

Cheney, Lynne V., 1989

Folder 4

Cherne, Leo, 1982-1988

Folder 5

Chiaromonte, Nicola, 1960

Folder 6

Chicago. University, 1942-1968

Folder 7

Childs, John L., 1933-1968

Folder 8

Chinard, Gilbert, 1942-1943

Folder 9

Chit, Khin Myo, 1959-1960

Folder 10

Chollet, David, 1984-1987

Folder 11

Chovenson, S., 1923-1931

Folder 12

Christian Anti-Communism Crusade, 1979

Folder 13

Christian Scholar, 1953-1958

Folder 14

Christian Science Monitor, 1989

Folder 15

Chublarian, Rouben, 1969

Folder 16

Citizens' Committee on Improvement of the Divorce Laws, 1949-1951

Folder 17

Cleve, Felix M., 1949

Folder 18

Cochran, Thomas C., 1939

Folder 19

Cogen, Charles, 1981-1989

Folder 20

Cohen, Elliot E., 1949-1952

Folder 21

Cohen, Elliott A., 1974-1979

Folder 22

Cohen, Felix, 1948

Folder 23

Cohen, Laura, 1987-1988

Folder 24

Cohen, Morris R., 1925-1943

Folder 25

Cohen, Mortimer, 1943-1947

Folder 26

Cohen, Mortimer Theodore, 1979-1981

Folder 27

Cohen, Theodore, 1983

Folder 28

Cohn, Robert G., 1974-1989

Folder 29

Coit, Stanton, 1932

Folder 30

Coker, Francis W., 1943

Folder 31

Colby, Elbridge, 1955

Folder 32

Colby, Roy, 1986

Folder 33

Coleman, Peter, 1980-1987

Folder 34

College Center of the Finger Lakes, 1966-1968

Folder 35

College of the Pacific, 1947-1956

Folder 36

College of William and Mary, 1963-1967

Folder 37

Columbia Broadcasting System, 1949-1987

Folder 38

Columbia University, 1929-1982

Folder 39

Columbia University. Teachers College, 1945-1962

Box 10., Folder 1

Commentary (Elliot Cohen and others), 1947-1984

Folder 2

Commission on New Approaches to American Jewish Education, 1941-1942

Folder 3

Committee on the Present Danger, 1980

Folder 4

Community Church of New York, 1948-1954

Folder 5

Compton, Arthur H., 1953

Folder 6

Conant, James B., 1949-1961

Folder 7

Condon, Edward U., 1952

Folder 8

Conference Board of Associated Research Councils, 1950-1960

Folder 9

Confluence (Henry Kissinger), 1953-1955

Folder 10

Conger, George P., 1949

Folder 11

Connecticut. University, 1947-1969

Folder 12

Constable, George W., 1952

Folder 13

Contemporary Jewish Record, 1945

Folder 14

Continuum (Justus George Lawler), 1963

Folder 15

The Converted Catholic, 1941-1949

Folder 16

Conze, Edward, n.d.

Folder 17

Coomaraswamy, Ananda K., 1945-1946

Folder 18

Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, 1939-1956

Folder 19

Copi, Irving, 1988-1989

Folder 20

Coppel, Helen, 1948

Folder 21

Corey, Lewis, 1948

Folder 22

Cornell University, 1949-1969

Folder 23

Costello, H. T., 1946

Folder 24

Costello, John E., 1984

Folder 25

Couch, William Terry, 1950-1953

Folder 26

Counts, George S., 1930-1947

Folder 27

Cowles, Gardner, 1968

Folder 28

Cox, Theodore St. John, 1947

Folder 29

Cranberg, Lawrence, 1980-1989

Folder 30

Crawshay-William, Rupert, 1947

Folder 31

Crews, Frederick, 1984-1986

Folder 32

Criterion Books, 1955-1960

Folder 33

Crocker, Lester G., 1982

Folder 34

Crossman, R. H. S., 1950-1951

Folder 35

Current Digest of the Soviet Press, 1950-1953

Folder 36

Currie, Lauchlin, 1970

Folder 37

Curti, Merle, 1932-1945

Folder 38

Czapski, Joseph, 1950

Folder 39

Daedalus, 1959-1970

Folder 40

Dallin, David J., 1948

Folder 41

Danto, Arthur, 1963

Folder 42

Darlington, C. D., 1949

Folder 43

Dartmouth College, 1947-1989

Folder 44

Das, Taraknath, 1945

Folder 45

Davenport, Russell W., 1948

Folder 46

Davis, Everly Mahin, 1948-1950

Folder 47

Davis, Harriet, 1948

Folder 48

Davis, Robert Gorham, 1953

Folder 49

Davis, Kenneth S., 1967

Folder 50

Dawidowicz, Lucy S., 1985

Folder 51

Dean, Vera Micheles, 1937

Folder 52

De Cicco, Henry, 1950-1952

Folder 53

Decter, Midge, 1975-1988

Folder 54

Decter, Moshe, 1965-1980

Folder 55

De George, Richard T., 1977

Folder 56

Degras, Jane, 1948

Folder 57

De Grazia, Alfred, 1962

Folder 58

Delattre, Edwin J., 1984-1985

Folder 59

Delaware. University, 1954-1980

Box 11., Folder 1

Delta Books, 1971

Folder 2

Democratic Socialist Federation of the U.S.A., 1965

Folder 3

Demos, Raphael, 1961

Folder 4

Dennen, Leon, 1948-1949

Folder 5

Dennike, George, 1948

Folder 6

De Paul University, 1965-1969

Folder 7

De Toledano, Ralph, 1948-1950

Folder 8

Devine, Philip E., 1989

Folder 9

Dial Press, 1948-1950

Folder 10

Dickey, John, 1953

Folder 11

Dickinson College, 1956-1958

Folder 12

Diggins, John P., 1971-1989

Folder 13

Dittberner, Job L., 1978

Folder 14

Dobsevage, Alvin B., 1953-1954

Folder 15

Dodd, Thomas J., 1964

Folder 16

Doino, William, Jr., 1984-1986

Folder 17

Domes, J|rgen, 1973

Folder 18

Donnelly, Ann T., 1986-1987

Folder 19

Donohue, William A., 1984-1988

Folder 20

Donovan, Hedley, 1979

Folder 21

Dorfman, Joseph, 1949

Folder 22

Dorsey, Gray L., 1977-1988

Folder 23

Dos Passos, John, 1958-1968

Folder 24

Douglas, Jack D., 1974

Folder 25

Douglas, Paul H., 1951

Folder 26

Dover Publications, 1950-1953

Folder 27

Dowling, Allan, 1973

Folder 28

Drachkovitch, Milorad M., 1972-1985

Folder 29

Draper, Theodore, 1972-1987

Folder 30

Dryden Press, 1952

Folder 31

Du Bois, W. E. B., 1945

Folder 32

Ducasse, C. J., 1940-1959

Folder 33

Duke University, 1945-1979

Folder 34

Duncan, Andrew W., 1984-1987

Folder 35

Duncan, Homer, 1984-1988

Folder 36

Dunner, Joseph, 1974-1975

Folder 37

Dupee, Frederick W., 1951

Folder 38

Dykhuizen, George, 1950

Folder 39

Earhart Foundation, 1973-1983

Folder 40

Eastman, Max, 1937-1959

Folder 41

Ebon, Martin, 1984-1987

Folder 42

Eckstein, A. M., 1988-1989

Folder 43

Eddy, Sherwood, 1937

Folder 44

Edman, Irwin, 1925-1949

Folder 45

Educational Records Bureau, 1953-1957

Folder 46

Edwards, Paul, 1947-1969

Folder 47

Efron, Edith, 1985

Folder 48

Ehrenreich, Isaac, 1949-1971

Box 12., Folder 1

Einstein, Albert, 1935-1952

Folder 2

Eisenbach, Elliot, 1989

Folder 3

Eisenstadt, S. N., 1987

Folder 4

Ellis Island College Committee, 1960

Folder 5

Emory University, 1979-1982

Folder 6

Enciclopedia Italiana, 1971-1972

Folder 7

Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1945-1969

Folder 8

English, Maurice, 1951

Folder 9

Enteen, George M., 1980-1988

Folder 10

The Epiphany Philosophers, 1966

Folder 11

Epstein, Joseph, 1984-1989

Folder 12

Epstein, Paul, 1951

Folder 13

Erdmann, Erika, 1985-1989

Folder 14

Ericson, Edward E., Jr., 1973-1985

Folder 15

Ethical Culture Schools, 1947

Folder 16

Ettlinger, Adrian B., 1957-1958

Folder 17

Evans, John K., 1986

Folder 18

Ezorsky, Gertrude, 1968

Folder 19

Fadiman, Clifton, n.d.

Folder 20

Farfield Foundation, 1954-1961

Folder 21

Farrell, James T., 1942-1979

Folder 22

Fehrenbacher, Don E., 1973-1987

Folder 23

Feigl, Herbert, 1948

Folder 24

Feinstone, Sol, 1941-1979

Folder 25

Fertig, Lawrence, 1960

Folder 26

Feuchtwanger, Lion, 1940

Folder 27

Feuer, Ann, 1928

Folder 28

Feuer, Lewis, Kathryn, and Robin, 1960-1983

Folder 29

Field, George, 1984

Folder 30

Fiess, Ed, 1953

Folder 31

Finch, Henry A., 1950-1959

Folder 32

Finkel, Robert, 1988

Folder 33

Fisch, Max H., 1942-1959

Folder 34

Fisher, Dorothy Canfield, 1952

Folder 35

Fister, J. Blaine, 1968

Folder 36

Fitch, Robert E., 1953-1957

Folder 37

Fite, Warner, 1934

Folder 38

Flew, Antony, 1957-1987

Box 13., Folder 1

Ford Foundation, 1956-1959

Folder 2

Ford Hall Forum, 1956-1963

Folder 3

Foreign Policy Association (Samuel P. Hayes), 1967

Folder 4

Forkosch, Morris D., 1939-1989

Folder 5

Fortune, 1949-1952

Folder 6

Foundation for Integrated Education, 1951-1952

Folder 7

Fox, James W., 1968

Folder 8

Fox, John, 1982-1983

Folder 9

Frank, Jerome N., 1943-1951

Folder 10

Frank, Waldo, 1932-1939

Folder 11

Frankel, Charles, 1951-1974

Folder 12

Frankena, William, 1966-1968

Folder 13

Frankfurter, Felix, 1943-1962

Folder 14

Free Press, 1949-1960

Folder 15

Freed, Hirsch, 1988

Folder 16

Freedom House, 1948-1988

Folder 17

Freeman, Roger A., 1980-1982

Folder 18

French, Thomas H., 1982-1988

Folder 19

French, Thomas M., 1985-1987

Folder 20

Fried, Milton, 1945-1967

Folder 21

Friedman, Milton, 1981-1987

Folder 22

Friess, Horace L., 1930-1951

Folder 23

Fuller, Lon L., 1957

Folder 24

Furnas, J. C., 1986-1988

Folder 25

Furth, Albert L., 1941

Folder 26

Fyvel, T. R., 1953

Folder 27

Gabrielson, Frederick, 1987-1988

Folder 28

Galbraith, John Kenneth, 1977-1981

Folder 29

Gambino, Richard, 1970-1988

Folder 30

Gamzue, B. B., 1981

Folder 31

Gann, Lewis, 1983-1984

Folder 32

Garcitoral, Alicio, 1973

Folder 33

Gardner, John W., 1969-1988

Folder 34

Gardner, Mildred, 1949-1981

Folder 35

Geiger, George R., 1946-1989

Folder 36

General Electric Company, 1959-1966

Folder 37

German National Union of Students, 1954

Folder 38

Gershman, Carl, 1982-1987

Folder 39

Geyl, Pieter, 1952-1958

Folder 40

Gideonse, Harry D., 1945-1950

Folder 41

Gilbert, Joseph, 1988

Folder 42

Gilson, E., 1956

Folder 43

Ginsberg, Morris, 1949

Folder 44

Girard, Richard A., ca. 1987

Folder 45

Girvetz, Harry K., 1950-1969

Folder 46

Gishman, Murray, 1983-1987

Folder 47

Glazer, Nathan, 1958-1988

Box 14., Folder 1

Glick, Nathan, 1983-1984

Folder 2

Gliksman, Jerzy George, 1948-1949

Folder 3

Glotzer, Albert, 1980-1989

Folder 4

Goldberg, Harry, 1984-1987

Folder 5

Goldenweiser, Alexander, 1937

Folder 6

Goldman, Albert, 1934-1954

Folder 7

Goldstein, Harry L., 1960

Folder 8

Goldwater, Walter, 1979

Folder 9

Gonseth, F., 1955-1956

Folder 10

Goodman, Nelson, 1949-1965

Folder 11

Goodstein, Leonore, 1929-1931

Folder 12

Gordon, Robert A., 1987

Folder 13

Gotesky, Rubin, 1942-1956

Folder 14

Gottesman, Callman, 1929-1979

Folder 15

Gottlieb, Gidon, 1967

Folder 16

Gouinlock, James, 1989

Folder 17

Gow, Haven Bradford, 1984

Folder 18

Graham, Palmer, 1953

Folder 19

Greenwood, Marian, 1931

Folder 20

Gregor, A. James, 1968. Includes writings, 1968-1982

Folder 21

Gress, David, 1981

Folder 22

Gross, Barry R., 1979-1988

Folder 23

Gross, Richard, 1984

Folder 24

Gross, Ronald, 1961-1964

Folder 25

Grove Press, 1960

Folder 26

Gruen, Will, 1982

Folder 27

Gruenwald, Oskar, 1981-1989

Folder 28

Gr|nbaum, Adolf, 1984-1989

Folder 29

Grunebaum, L. H., 1946-1965

Folder 30

Grunwald, Henry Anatole, 1979-1982

Folder 31

Gupta, Brijen K., 1962

Folder 32

Gutmann, James, 1948-1958

Folder 33

Haar, Charles M., 1974-1986

Folder 34

Haig, Alexander, 1981

Folder 35

Hall, Jeanne W., 1968

Folder 36

Hall, Wyn, 1980-1985

Folder 37

Halloran, Patrick J., 1949

Folder 38

Handlin, Oscar, 1952-1975

Folder 39

Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1951-1956

Folder 40

Hardman, J. B. S., 1931-1932

Folder 41

Harper and Brothers, 1945-1963

Folder 42

Harriss, C. Lowell, 1984-1988

Folder 43

Harry Walker Company, 1967-1968

Folder 44

Hart, Jeffrey, 1987-1988. Includes printed material

Folder 45

Hartmann, Nicolai, 1927

Folder 46

Harvard University, 1949-1982

Folder 47

Harwood, Edwin, 1984

Folder 48

Haseler, Stephen, 1977-1984

Box 15., Folder 1

Hawkins, Lawrence F., 1986

Folder 2

Hayakawa, S. I., 1969-1972

Folder 3

Hazelton, Lois B., 1954

Folder 4

Hazlitt, Henry, 1932

Folder 5

Heider, Fritz and Grace, 1976-1988

Folder 6

Heilbrun, Jacob, 1985-1989

Folder 7

Heilman, Robert B., 1979

Folder 8

Heimann, Eduard, 1949

Folder 9

Heller, A. A., 1932

Folder 10

Hellersberg, Dr., 1929

Folder 11

Hempel, Carl, 1939

Folder 12

Hempel, Peter, 1947

Folder 13

Heng, Liang, 1983-1984

Folder 14

Henry Regnery Company (subsequently Regnery-Gateway, Inc.), 1948-1987

Folder 15

Herald, Leon Srabian, 1949

Folder 16

Herberg, Will, 1931-1941

Folder 17

Herman, David, 1988. Includes a letter from Isaiah Berlin

Folder 18

Herz, Martin F. and Elisabeth, 1961-1983

Folder 19

Hessen, Robert, 1975-1988

Folder 20

Hester, James M., 1968-1974

Folder 21

Hexter, J. H., 1989

Folder 22

Heyns, Roger W., 1985-1987

Folder 23

Highet, Helen MacInnes, 1966

Folder 24

Hildebrand, Joel H., 1952

Folder 25

Hindus, Milton, 1952

Folder 26

History and Theory, 1957-1987

Folder 27

Hocking, William Ernest, 1947

Folder 28

Hodges, Donald C., 1967

Folder 29

Hofstadter, Albert, 1942-1989

Folder 30

Hogben, Lancelot, 1939

Folder 31

Holbrooke, Richard, 1988

Folder 32

Hollander, Paul, 1981-1989

Folder 33

Holton, Gerald, 1956-1984

Folder 34

Hoo, David, 1972-1974

Folder 35

Horkheimer, Max, 1934

Folder 36

Horn, Ernest C., 1960-1971

Folder 37

Horowitz, Irving Louis, 1984-1989

Folder 38

Hospers, John, 1971-1989

Folder 39

Howe, Irving, 1949-1989

Folder 40

Hudson Institute, 1964-1983

Folder 41

Humanities Press, 1959-1988

Folder 42

Humphrey, Hubert H., 1969

Folder 43

Hunter College, 1946-1979

Folder 44

Ignotus, Paul, 1959-1965

Folder 45

Illinois. University, 1947-1976

Folder 46

Institute for Educational Affairs, 1979-1980

Folder 47

Institute of International Education, 1959-1964

Folder 48

Institute on Church and State, 1948

Box 16., Folder 1

International Advisory Council, 1959-1960

Folder 2

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1949-1989

Folder 3

International League for the Rights of Man, 1950

Folder 4

International Rescue Committee, 1951-1989

Folder 5

International Solidarity Committee to Aid Trade Unionists, Liberals and Socialists, 1948

Folder 6

Isaac, Rael Jean, 1983-1984

Folder 7

Iwanska, Alicja, 1954-1956

Folder 8

Jacobs, Joseph J., 1969-1989

Folder 9

Jacobs, Norman, 1950-1984

Folder 10

Jaffa, Harry V., 1988

Folder 11

Janowitz, Morris, 1980-1989

Folder 12

Janowsky, Oscar, 1948

Folder 13

Jenkins, Iredell, 1980-1981

Folder 14

Jewish Center Lecture Bureau, 1946-1949

Folder 15

Jewish Frontier, 1945-1950

Folder 16

Jewish Social Studies, 1947-1958

Folder 17

John Day Company, 1942-1957

Folder 18

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1928-1966

Folder 19

John Wiley and Sons, 1954-1956

Folder 20

Johns Hopkins University, 1952-1989

Folder 21

Johnson, Alvin, 1937-1954

Folder 22

Johnson, Robert L., 1954

Folder 23

Johnson, W. E., 1923

Folder 24

Jones, Hardin B., 1976

Folder 25

Josselson, Diana, 1981-1987

Folder 26

Josselson, Michael, 1972-1978

Folder 27

Journal of Higher Education, 1953-1958

Folder 28

Journal of Philosophy, 1931-1958

Folder 29

Judd, Walter H., 1978

Folder 30

Juffras, Argelo, 1987-1988

Folder 31

Juilliard, Alphonse, 1988

Folder 32

KRON-TV, 1984

Folder 33

Kagey, Karen, 1945-1953

Folder 34

Kagey, Rudolf, 1931-1942

Folder 35

Kallen, Horace M., 1938-1957

Box 17., Folder 1

Kamenka, Eugene, 1968-1984

Folder 2

Kaminsky, Jack and Alice, 1949-1987

Folder 3

Kampelman, Max, 1984-1989

Folder 4

Kanfer, Allen and Violet, 1953-1982

Folder 5

Kanfer, Stefan, 1980

Folder 6

Kansas. University, 1965-1976

Folder 7

Kaplan, Abraham, 1945-1950

Folder 8

Kaplan, H. J., 1948-1979

Folder 9

Kaplan, Morton A., 1984-1986

Folder 10

Kaplan, Roger, 1985

Folder 11

Kappa Delta Pi, 1948-1973

Folder 12

Karl, Rebecca, 1983-1984

Folder 13

Kassachkoff, Tsiporah, 1979-1982

Folder 14

Kaufmann, Felix, 1938-1944

Folder 15

Kecskemeti, Paul, 1951

Folder 16

Keller, George C., 1969

Folder 17

Keller, Sidney B., 1954-1981

Folder 18

Kemble, Penn, 1984

Folder 19

Kendall, Wilmoore, 1950

Folder 20

Kendler, Howard H., 1954-1958

Folder 21

Kennan, George F., 1958. Includes printed article, 1989

Folder 22

Kennedy, Gail, 1933-1969

Folder 23

Kenyon College, 1945-1969

Folder 24

Kerr, Clark, 1968-1989

Folder 25

Kilpatrick, James J., 1985-1987. Includes typescripts by Kilpatrick

Folder 26

Kilpatrick, William H., 1936-1952

Folder 27

Kim, Yersu, 1973-1979

Folder 28

King, Joseph A., 1989

Folder 29

King's Crown Press, 1945-1946

Folder 30

Kintner, William R., 1981-1987

Folder 31

Kirkland, Lane, 1984-1986

Folder 32

Kirkpatrick, Jeane J., 1983-1985

Folder 33

Kissinger, Henry A., 1959-1987

Folder 34

Klapper, Paul, 1925-1939

Folder 35

Klehr, Harvey, 1979-1988

Folder 36

Klein, Ted, 1987-1989

Folder 37

Klenze, C. von, 1928

Folder 38

Knight, Frank H., 1935-1959

Folder 39

Knox, T. M., 1938

Folder 40

Koch, Adrienne, 1942-1966. Includes letter by Nancy Kegan Smith (daughter), 1985

Folder 41

Koch, Edward, 1984

Folder 42

Koestler, Arthur, 1950-1951

Folder 43

Kohanski, Alexander S., 1968

Folder 44

Kohl, Marvin, 1960-1988

Folder 45

Kohn, Hans, 1952

Folder 46

Kolakowski, Leszek, 1979. Includes printed excerpt by Kolakowski

Box 18., Folder 1

Komroff, Manuel, n.d.

Folder 2

Kontinent, 1985. Includes letters by Saul Bellow, Mihajlo Mihajlov and others, 1983-1984

Folder 3

Konvitz, Milton R., 1947-1989

Folder 4

Koppett, Leonard ( Peninsula Times-Tribune), 1985-1987

Folder 5

Korbel, Josef, 1973-1975

Folder 6

Korsch, Karl, 1932-1945

Folder 7

Korzybski, Alfred, 1933-1941

Folder 8

Kraft, Julius, 1946-1947

Folder 9

Krakauer, Hans, 1983

Folder 10

Kramer, Hilton, 1982-1989

Folder 11

Krikorian, Vartan W., 1944

Folder 12

Kristeller, Paul Oskar, 1984-1989

Folder 13

Kristol, Bea (Gertrude Himmelfarb), 1974-1986

Folder 14

Kristol, Irving, 1955-1987

Folder 15

Krock, Arthur, 1942-1958

Folder 16

Kronick, Harry, 1951

Folder 17

Kruse, Cornelius, 1957-1969

Folder 18

Krygier, Martin, 1982

Folder 19

Krygier, Richard, 1980-1985

Folder 20

Krzywicki, George, 1954-1959

Folder 21

Kuhn, Celia, 1932

Folder 22

Kulungian, Harold, 1987-1988. Includes material relating to Bertrand Russell and Alfred North Whitehead

Folder 23

Kunstler, William M., 1957

Folder 24

Kurtz, Paul, 1983-1989

Folder 25

Kvitko, David, 1930

Folder 26

Labedz, Leopold, 1959-1980

Folder 27

Labin, Suzanne, 1949-1950

Folder 28

Ladd-Franklin, Christine, 1925

Folder 29

Lafferty, Theodore T. and Gladys, 1946-1976

Folder 30

Lamm, Richard, 1985-1987

Folder 31-32

Lamont, Corliss, 1930-1972. .

Scope and Content Note

See also Shapiro, Edward S
Box 19., Folder 1

Lamprecht, Sterling P., 1959-1960

Folder 2

Lange, Oscar, 1934-1938

Folder 3

Laski, Harold J., 1936-1937

Folder 4

Lasky, Joyce, 1950

Folder 5

Lasky, Melvin J., 1946-1989

Folder 6

Lawrence, Hulda G., 1983-1987

Folder 7

Lawson, John Howard, 1935

Folder 8

Lax, Ruth F., 1949

Folder 9

Lazerowitz, Alice A., 1948-1959

Folder 10

League of Women Voters, 1955-1957

Folder 11

Lee, Albert McClung, 1979

Folder 12

Lee, Algernon, 1945-1948

Folder 13

Leithaeuser, Joachim G., 1947-1957

Folder 14

Leoni, Bruno, 1966

Folder 15

Lerner, Abba P. and Daliah, 1945-1980

Folder 16

Lerner, Isidor, 1928

Folder 17

Lerner, Max, 1988

Folder 18

Lerner, Michael, 1986

Folder 19

Levin, Michael, 1986-1989. Includes printed material

Folder 20

Levine, Isaac Don, 1948-1976

Folder 21

Levitas, Irving, 1960-1974

Folder 22

Levitas, Mitchel, 1984-1987

Folder 23

Levy, H., 1933

Folder 24

Lewis, Clarence I., 1923-1960

Folder 25

Liberal Party of New York State, 1952

Folder 26

Library of Living Philosophers, 1938-1943

Folder 27

Lichtenstein, David S., 1971-1986

Folder 28

Lichtman, Rhoda, 1948-1950

Folder 29

Lieberson, Jonathan, 1982-1989

Folder 30

Liebich, Andre, 1984-1988. Includes printed article

Folder 31

Lincoln University, 1954-1960

Folder 32

Lipset, Seymour Martin, 1960

Folder 33

Lipson, Leon, 1984

Folder 34

Lissner, Will, 1971

Folder 35

Lombardi, Franco and Jole, 1951-1986

Folder 36

London, Herbert, 1985-1988

Folder 37

Long Island University, 1952-1969

Folder 38

Longmans, Green and Company, 1946-1948

Folder 39

Lord, Mary, 1970

Folder 40

Lore, Ludwig, 1938

Folder 41

Lowe, Ruth Norden, 1973

Folder 42

Lowie, Robert H., 1921-1922

Folder 43

Lukes, Igor, 1988

Box 20., Folder 1

Lundberg, Ferdinand, 1945-1989

Folder 2

Lurie, Elizabeth, 1988

Folder 3

Lyman, Richard, 1976

Folder 4

Lyons, Eugene, 1943-1968

Folder 5

Ma, Ying-jeou, 1984

Folder 6

McAdam, E. L., Jr., 1959-1960

Folder 7

MacArthur Foundation, 1985

Folder 8

McCall, Herbert and Lillian, 1958

Folder 9

McCloskey, Frank H., 1950-1958

Folder 10

McConn, Charles M., 1939-1945

Folder 11

McConnell, R. A., 1954-1968

Folder 12

McCracken, Samuel, 1982

Folder 13

Macdonald, Dwight, 1948-1949

Folder 14

McDonald, John, 1949

Folder 15

Mace, C. A., 1951

Folder 16

McFarland, Frances, 1949

Folder 17

McGary, Keith, 1946-1953

Folder 18

McGhee, Paul A., 1950-1952

Folder 19

McGirr, P. J., n.d.

Folder 20

McGovern, George, 1972

Folder 21

McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1957-1971

Folder 22

McGurn, William, 1988

Folder 23

Machan, Tibor R., 1975-1988

Folder 24

MacIver, R. M., 1950

Folder 25

MacKenzie, Ian, 1966

Folder 26

McKeon, Richard, 1949-1972

Folder 27

MacLeish, Archibald, 1935

Folder 28

McLendon, Hiram J., 1963-1977

Folder 29

McMahon, Jeanne, 1956

Folder 30

McMichael, Dorothy, 1988

Folder 31

Macmillan Publishing Company, 1949-1982

Folder 32

Maine. University, 1959-1973

Folder 33

Maitre, Joachim, 1978-1984

Folder 34

Mandel, Benjamin, 1947-1959

Folder 35

Mandelbaum, Maurice, 1957-1984

Folder 36

Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company, 1957-1979

Folder 37

Marcus, Ruth Barcan, 1964-1989

Folder 38

Margenau, Henry, 1952-1959

Folder 39

Marin, William Peyton, 1948-1961

Folder 40

Markel, Lester, 1957

Folder 41

Martin, David, 1984-1987

Folder 42

Marx, Barbara, 1949

Folder 43

Marx, Idella, 1951

Folder 44

Marx, Louis, 1949-1974. Includes a letter by Henri de Man

Folder 45

Marx-Engels Institute, Moscow, 1929-1945

Folder 46

Mayer, Philip, 1951

Folder 47

Maryland. State Teachers College, 1959-1960

Folder 48

Maryland. University, 1947-1984

Box 21., Folder 1

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1949-1955

Folder 2

Meese, Edwin, III, 1981

Folder 3

Mehlberg, Henry, 1952-1976

Folder 4

Mehnert, Klaus, 1983

Folder 5

Melby, Ernest O., 1949-1954

Folder 6

Methodist Church, 1949-1963

Folder 7

Metzger, Thomas A., 1989

Folder 8

Meyer, Adolf, 1944

Folder 9

Meyer, Agnes E., 1949-1967

Folder 10

Meyer, Frank S., 1956-1967

Folder 11

Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1968-1982

Folder 12

Michigan State University, 1956-1966

Folder 13

Michigan. University, 1955-1967

Folder 14

Mid-Atlantic Legal Foundation, 1988

Folder 15

Middlebury College, 1945-1951

Folder 16

Midstream, 1959-1975

Folder 17

Mihajlov, Mihajlo, 1971-1987

Folder 18

Miller, Elliot I., 1978-1983

Folder 19

Miller, Stephen, 1988-1989

Folder 20

Mills, C. Wright, n.d.

Folder 21

Milmed, Bella, 1953-1959

Folder 22

Minnesota. University, 1936-1965

Folder 23

Mintz, Jeanne, 1983

Folder 24

Mississippi. University, 1953-1954

Folder 25

Missouri. University, 1952-1983

Folder 26

Modern Quarterly, 1941

Folder 27

Moe, Edith, 1982

Folder 28

Moore, A. W., 1928-1929

Folder 29

Moore, Charles A., 1957-1958

Folder 30

Moore, G. E., 1922-1944

Folder 31

Moran, Gordon, 1988

Folder 32

Morris, Stephen, 1981-1982

Folder 33

Morrow, Felix, 1931-1984

Folder 34

Morrow, Glenn R., 1941-1950

Folder 35

Mosely, Philip, 1939-1949

Folder 36

Mosher, Stephen, 1985

Folder 37

Mount Holyoke College, 1948-1960

Folder 38

Moyers, Bill, 1984-1989

Folder 39

Moynihan, Daniel P., 1975-1987

Folder 40

Muggeridge, Malcolm, 1971

Folder 41

Munn, James B., 1929-1930

Folder 42

Muravin, Victor, 1983. Includes a letter by Charles Percy

Box 22., Folder 1

Murphy, Charles, 1988

Folder 2

Museum of Modern Art Film Library, 1940

Folder 3

Musgrave, Gerald L., 1986

Folder 4

Muste, A. J., 1931-1960

Folder 5

NTS, 1958

Folder 6

Nabokov, Nicholas, 1949-1950

Folder 7

Nabokov, Patricia, 1949-1950

Folder 8-9

Nagel, Ernest, 1924-1982

Folder 10

Nahm, Milton, 1949-1953

Folder 11

Nathanson, Jerome, 1942-1954

Folder 12

The Nation, 1945-1946

Folder 13

National Committee for a Free Europe, 1951-1953

Folder 14

National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1942-1962

Folder 15

National Education Association, 1952-1954

Folder 16

National Humanities Center, 1978-1983

Folder 17

National Science Foundation, 1961-1989

Folder 18

Nebraska. University, 1963-1985

Folder 19

Neff, Frederick C., 1954

Folder 20

Neff, Lillian, 1951-1952

Folder 21

Nelson, Craig A., 1971-1972

Folder 22

Neurath, Otto, 1938-1941

Folder 23

Neusner, Jacob, 1988

Folder 24

Nevada. University, 1956-1966

Folder 25

New England American Studies Association, 1958-1959

Folder 26

New Hampshire. University, 1967-1968

Folder 27

New Leader (Sol Levitas), 1947-1965

Folder 28

New Republic, 1931-1988

Folder 29

New School for Social Research, 1930-1957

Folder 30

New York (City) Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1951-1954

Folder 31

New York. City University, 1943-1982

Folder 32

New York. City University. Alumni Association, 1951-1958

Folder 33

New York Herald-Tribune (Helen Rogers Reid), 1939-1940

Folder 34

New York. State University, 1963-1978

Folder 35

New York. State University Teachers College, 1954-1959

Folder 36

New York Teachers Guild, 1947-1959

Box 23., Folder 1

New York Times, 1937-1983

Folder 2

New Yorker, 1950

Folder 3

Newsom, Carroll V., 1959-1960

Folder 4

Niebuhr, Reinhold and Ursula, 1949-1987

Folder 5

Nielson, Kai, 1967-1988

Folder 6

Nisbet, Robert, 1978-1987

Folder 7

Nixon, Richard M., 1971

Folder 8

Noel, Henry, 1960

Folder 9

Nomad, Max, 1946-1948

Folder 10

Norcliffe, Allan, 1969

Folder 11

North Carolina State University, 1959-1968

Folder 12

North Carolina. University, 1949-1984

Folder 13

Northern Illinois University, 1956-1978

Folder 14

Northrop, Filmer S. C., 1956-1958

Folder 15

Norton (W. W.) and Company, 1941

Folder 16

Oberlin College, 1952-1969

Folder 17

O'Brien, Patrick, 1979-1986

Folder 18

Ohe, Seizo, 1954-1955

Folder 19

Ohio State University, 1952-1982

Folder 20

O'Keefe, Dan, 1984-1985

Folder 21

Oko, Dorothy Kuhn, 1970

Folder 22

Ollman, Bertell, 1971

Folder 23

Olsen, Fred, 1949

Folder 24

O'Neill, William L., 1979-1989

Folder 25

Oppenheim, Felix, 1948-1952

Folder 26

Oppenheim, Paul, 1949

Folder 27

Oregon. University, 1956-1964

Folder 28

Orlando Committee, 1954

Folder 29

O'Toole, Roger, 1984-1988

Folder 30

Otto, M. C., 1939-1943

Folder 31

Overstreet, Bonaro W., 1957-1979

Folder 32

Overstreet, Harry A., 1924-1947

Folder 33

Oxford University, 1952-1981

Folder 34

Ozick, Cynthia, 1983

Folder 35

Pachter, Henry M., 1949-1979

Folder 36

Palm, Charles, 1985-1987

Folder 37

Pardivala, H. R., 1973-1981

Folder 38

Pargot, J., 1924

Folder 39

Passin, Herbert, 1937-1952

Folder 40

Passmore, John, 1959

Folder 41

Paterson, Isabel, 1943

Folder 42

Paturis, Cleo, 1982-1987

Folder 43

Pegasus Books, 1966-1967

Folder 44

Peikoff, Leonard, 1964-1980

Folder 45

Pence, Greg, 1975-1983

Folder 46

Penguin Books, 1952

Folder 47

Pennsylvania. University, 1947-1965

Folder 48

Philadelphia Ethical Society, 1952-1958

Folder 49

Philosophical Library, 1949-1982

Folder 50

Philosophical Review, 1930

Folder 51

Philosophisch-Politische Akademie, 1970

Folder 52

Pilley, John, 1945

Box 24., Folder 1

Pincher, Chapman, 1984-1987

Folder 2

Pinsky, Gerald, 1982-1987

Folder 3

Podhoretz, Norman, 1981-1989

Folder 4

Polanyi, Michael, 1953-1961

Folder 5

Polemic, 1946

Folder 6

Politzer, Heinz, 1948-1951

Folder 7

Pomona College, 1961-1976

Folder 8

Pontius, Dale, 1948-1975

Folder 9

Poole, DeWitt, 1952

Folder 10

Pope, Arthur Upham, 1938

Folder 11

Popper, Karl, 1981

Folder 12

Porter, Jack Nusan, 1979

Folder 13

Porter, Paul R., 1984

Folder 14

Potok, Chaim, 1985

Folder 15

Potter, Addison, 1944-1983

Folder 16

Prentice-Hall Company, 1937-1967

Folder 17

Preyer, Richardson, 1973

Folder 18

Princeton University, 1945-1959

Folder 19

The Progressive, 1949

Folder 20

Progressive Book Club, 1948

Folder 21

Progressive World, 1948

Folder 22

Purdue University, 1960-1969

Folder 23

Queens College, 1939-1974

Folder 24

Rabe, Louis H., 1955

Folder 25

Raditsa, Leo, 1971-1987

Folder 26

Raditsa, Rina, 1971-1987

Folder 27

Rand, Ayn, 1957

Folder 28

Rand School for Social Science, 1947-1950

Folder 29

Randall, J. H., Jr. and Mercedes, 1940-1976

Folder 30

Raskin, Abe, 1968

Folder 31

Rather, Lee, 1988

Folder 32

Ratner, Joseph, 1925-1927

Folder 33

Ratner, Sidney, 1952-1988

Folder 34

Ravid, J. M., 1933

Folder 35

Ravitch, Diane, 1981-1989

Folder 36

Ray, Sibnarayan, 1957-1983

Folder 37

Reader's Digest, 1984

Folder 38

Reagan, Ronald, 1981-1986

Folder 39

Reck, Andrew J., 1963-1988

Folder 40

Redfield, Emanuel, 1945-1970

Folder 41

Ree, Jonathan, 1980-1981

Folder 42

Regan, Donald, 1985-1986

Folder 43

Reichenbach, Bernhard, 1950-1951

Folder 44

Reichenbach, Hans and Maria, 1930-1976

Folder 45

Relm Foundation, 1969

Folder 46

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1950-1960

Folder 47

Reston, James, 1968

Folder 48

Richards, E. A., 1988

Folder 49

Richards, I. A., 1941

Folder 50

Richmond Area University Center, 1952-1954

Folder 51

Riesman, David, 1985

Folder 52

Risk, Robert G., 1987

Folder 53

Rivers, William C., n.d.

Folder 54

Robbins, Tish, 1988-1989

Folder 55

Robertson, J. L., 1971

Folder 56

Robins, Natalie, 1988

Folder 57

Roche, John, 1975-1987

Folder 58

Rochester. University, 1959-1967

Folder 59

Rockefeller Foundation, 1946-1982

Box 25., Folder 1

Roelofs, Joan, 1978-1986

Folder 2

Romains, Jules, 1955

Folder 3

Ronald Press Company, 1954-1956

Folder 4

Roosevelt College, 1948-1950

Folder 5

Rorty, James, 1948-1956

Folder 6

Rorty, Richard, 1970-1989

Folder 7

Rose, Alex, 1955

Folder 8

Rosenberg, Arthur, 1932

Folder 9

Rosenberg, Barney, 1928

Folder 10

Rosenfeld, John, 1969-1982

Folder 11

Rosenthal, A. M., 1969-1989

Folder 12

Rosinus, Gunther, 1987

Folder 13

Rosow, Belle, 1962-1984

Folder 14

Ross, Ralph G., 1948-1987

Folder 15

Rosten, Leo, 1968-1987

Folder 16

Rostow, Eugene, 1988

Folder 17

Rottenberg, Simon, 1988

Folder 18

Roucek, Joseph S., 1950

Folder 19

Roy, Suby, 1985-1989

Folder 20-22

Rozek, Edward J., 1951-1988

Folder 23

Ruhm, Herbert, 1978-1981

Folder 24

Ruja, Harry, 1984-1985

Folder 25

Russell, Bertrand, 1922-1964

Box 26., Folder 1

Russell Sage College, 1949

Folder 2

Rutenber, Ralph D., 1978-1980

Folder 3

Rutgers University, 1948-1988

Folder 4

Ryle, Gilbert, 1967

Folder 5

Sabine, George, 1938

Folder 6

St. John's College, Annapolis, Md., 1938-1983

Folder 7

St. Martin's Press, 1960-1963

Folder 8

Salten, Frances Brown, 1972-1989

Folder 9

Salvemini, Gaetano, 1942

Folder 10

Salzburg Seminar in American Studies, 1953-1955

Folder 11

Sampson, Geoffrey, 1984

Folder 12

San Diego State University, 1963-1970

Folder 13

San Francisco State University, 1964

Folder 14

San Jose State University, 1950-1974

Folder 15

Sanders, Sol, 1960-1988

Folder 16

Santayana, George, 1929-1945

Folder 17

Saran, Mary, 1956

Folder 18

Saturday Evening Post, 1945-1962

Folder 19

Saturday Review of Literature, 1940-1960

Folder 20

Schachter, Nathan M., 1988

Folder 21

Schapiro, J. Salwyn, 1947

Folder 22

Schapiro, Meyer, 1933-1987

Folder 23

Scheffler, Israel, 1951-1989. Includes printed articles by Scheffler

Folder 24

Schlauch, Helen, 1928-1931

Folder 25

Schlauch, Margaret, 1928-1929

Folder 26

Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr., 1950-1966

Folder 27

Schneider, Herbert, 1938-1957

Folder 28

Schwartz, Delmore, 1949

Folder 29

Schwarzbart, Elias M., 1981-1989

Folder 30

Schwayder, David, 1966-1988

Folder 31

Scriven, Michael, 1968

Folder 32

Scully, Stephen, 1988-1989

Folder 33

Scur, G. S., 1971

Folder 34

Seabury, Paul, 1987. Includes proof of an article by Seabury

Folder 35

Seidman, Joel, 1941-1943

Folder 36

Seligman, Daniel, ca. 1989

Folder 37

Seligman, Edwin R., 1930

Folder 38

Sellars, Roy Wood, 1944-1953

Folder 39

Shapiro, Edward S., 1988. Includes published correspondence between Hook and Corliss Lamont

Folder 40

Shapiro, Monroe H., 1966-1967

Folder 41

Shapiro, Nathan D., 1947-1957

Folder 42

Shattan, Joseph, 1984-1987

Folder 43

Shaw, Yu-ming, 1984-1987

Folder 44

Sheed and Ward Company, 1958-1961

Folder 45

Sheffer, Henry M., 1923-1926

Box 27., Folder 1

Sheldon, Walter A., 1984-1987

Folder 2

Sheldon, Wilmon H., 1921-1965. Includes correspondence with another

Folder 3

Shepard, John D., 1968-1989

Folder 4

Sherman, Malcolm J., 1985

Folder 5

Shils, Edward, 1976-1988

Folder 6

Short, John D., Jr., 1962-1975

Folder 7

Short, Thomas, 1987-1988

Folder 8

Shub, Boris, 1948

Folder 9

Shub, David, 1950

Folder 10

Shultz, George P., 1989

Folder 11

Sidorsky, David, 1954-1989

Folder 12

Siegelman, Philip, 1980-1989

Folder 13

Siff, Philip, 1948-1962

Folder 14

Silber, John R., 1984-1988

Folder 15

Silone, Darina, 1979-1981. Relates to Ignazio Silone

Folder 16

Simkhovitch, Vladimir G., 1931-1932

Folder 17

Simon, Yves R., 1951

Folder 18

Simon and Schuster, 1948-1951

Folder 19

Sinclair, Upton, 1938-1956

Folder 20

Slochower, Harry, 1923-1985

Folder 21

Smith, Elsie M., 1968-1969

Folder 22

Smith, Homer W., 1949-1956

Folder 23

Smith, P. L., 1978-1987

Folder 24

Smith, T. V., 1938-1952

Folder 25

Smith, Tony, 1988

Folder 26

Smith, W. Bedell, 1949-1950

Folder 27

Smith, Wilfred Cantwell, 1959-1960

Folder 28

Smith, William James, 1989

Folder 29

Smith College, 1947

Folder 30

Snyder, Louis L., 1964-1988

Folder 31

Society for Ethical Culture in the City of New York, 1943-1946

Box 28., Folder 1

Sokolsky, George E., 1947

Folder 2

Solon, Larry, 1948

Folder 3

Solow, Herbert, 1932-1961

Folder 4

Solski, Waclaw, 1947-1948

Folder 5

Sound Seminars, 1952-1954

Folder 6

Southern Illinois University, 1966-1983

Folder 7

Souvarine, Boris, 1941-1972. Includes printed article, 1984

Folder 8

Sowell, Thomas, 1971-1987

Folder 9

Spitz, Lewis W., 1988-1989

Folder 10

Stace, Walter T., 1961

Folder 11

The Standard, 1948-1951

Folder 12

Stanford University, 1952-1989

Folder 13

Stankiewicz, W. J., 1962-1963

Folder 14

Starobin, Joseph R., 1959

Folder 15

Stebbing, Susan, 1937-1942

Folder 16

Steffens, Lincoln, 1934

Folder 17

Stegner, Wallace, 1989

Folder 18

Stein, Sol, 1980-1989

Folder 19

Stevenson, Adlai E., 1954

Folder 20

Stevenson, Charles L., 1946-1949

Folder 21

Stewart, Milton D., 1948-1963

Folder 22

Still, Clyfford, 1961

Folder 23

Stonebarger, Bill, 1985-1986

Folder 24

Streit, Clarence, 1984

Folder 25

Stroll, Avrum, 1970-1973

Folder 26

Strout, Cushing, 1962

Folder 27

Sullivan, J. W. N., 1923

Folder 28

Survey (Leopold Labedz), 1976-1982

Folder 29

Sussman, Leonard R., 1975-1988

Folder 30

Sutcliffe, Denham, 1945

Folder 31

Swarthmore College, 1947-1973

Folder 32

Syracuse University, 1938-1965

Folder 33

Szaniawski, Ignacy, 1961

Folder 34

Tar, Zoltan, 1984

Folder 35

Tas, Sol, 1948

Folder 36

Tauber, Joseph and Dora, 1925-1928, 1965

Folder 37

Taylor, Harold, 1945-1969

Folder 38

Teller, Edward, 1958-1984

Folder 39

Temple Israel, Lawrence, N.Y., 1947-1955

Folder 40

Texas. University, 1954-1980

Folder 41

Thalheimer, August, 1941

Folder 42

Thayer, H. S., 1969-1979

Folder 43

Think, 1949-1970

Folder 44

This I Believe, 1951-1953

Folder 45

Thomas, Norman, 1931-1963

Folder 46

Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1948-1958

Folder 47

Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1957

Folder 48

Thompson, Dorothy, 1950

Folder 49

Time-Life, Inc., 1951-1977

Folder 50

Tomas, Vincent, 1952-1958

Folder 51

Toronto. University, 1949-1957

Folder 52

Trager, Frank N., 1948-1984

Folder 53

Treadgold, Donald W., 1987

Folder 54

Trent, Darrell, 1980

Folder 55

Tresca, Carlo, 1942

Folder 56

Trilling, Lionel, 1938-1952

Folder 57

Trotsky, Leon, 1933

Folder 58

Tucker, Robert C., 1956-1977

Box 29., Folder 1

Tufts University, 1972

Folder 2

Turner, Robert, 1982

Folder 3

Twentieth Century Fund, 1958. Relates to Gunnar Myrdal

Folder 4

Tyson, Levering, 1956-1963

Folder 5

Ulmer, Melville J. and Naomi, 1976-1987

Folder 6

Unger, Dora, 1928-1930

Folder 7

Union College, 1942-1963

Folder 8

Union Theological Seminary, 1933-1948

Folder 9

United Jewish Appeal, 1948

Folder 10

U.S. Air War College, 1949-1956

Folder 11

U.S. Department of Agriculture. Graduate School, 1967-1969

Folder 12

U.S. Department of State, 1941-1963

Folder 13

U.S. Department of State. Foreign Service Institute, 1957-1974

Folder 14

U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1947-1976

Folder 15

U.S. High Commissioner for Germany (John J. McCloy, James B. Conant), 1950-1953

Folder 16

U.S. Information Agency, 1955-1976

Folder 17

U.S. National War College, 1957-1974

Folder 18

U.S. Naval War College, 1951-1973

Folder 19

U.S. Office of the President, 1953-1986

Folder 20

U.S. Office of the Vice President, 1972-1973

Folder 21

U.S. Post Office, 1947-1979

Folder 22

U.S. President's Committee on Civil Rights, 1947

Folder 23

U.S. Psychological Strategy Board, 1951-1952

Folder 24

U.S. Steel Foundation, 1958

Folder 25

U.S. War Department, 1947

Folder 26

University of Notre Dame, 1962-1965

Folder 27

Utah. University, 1947-1966

Folder 28

Utley, Freda, 1944-1947

Folder 29

Uzi, Pierre, 1934

Folder 30

Van Alstyne, William, 1965-1974

Folder 31

Van den Haag, Ernest, 1952-1988

Folder 32

Van der Merwe, Carel W., 1948-1955

Folder 33

Van Orden, Stuart, 1985

Folder 34

Vasconcellos, John, n.d.

Folder 35

Vassar College, 1956-1963

Folder 36

Vermont. University, 1949-1988

Folder 37

Vetter, George B., 1966

Folder 38

Viereck, Peter, 1949-1959

Folder 39

Virginia. University, 1956-1969

Folder 40

Vivas, Eliseo, 1938-1961

Folder 41

Voehringer, Erich F., 1950

Folder 42

WEVD (Radio station) (New York City), 1936-1958

Folder 43

WNET-TV (Television station) (New York City), 1987

Folder 44

WOR-TV (Television station) (New York City), 1969-1979

Folder 45

WRCA-TV (Television station) (New York City), 1959

Folder 46

Wacker, Jeanne, 1974-1988

Folder 47

Wadia, J. B. H. and Vinci J. (son), 1969-1986

Folder 48

Wald, Alan, 1984-1987

Folder 49

Walker, Richard L., 1958-1964

Folder 50

Walker, Roland, 1970

Folder 51

Wall Street Journal, 1972-1983

Folder 52

Walsh, John, 1959

Folder 53

Walter, Edward, 1980-1986

Folder 54

Wang, Peter Y. H., 1959

Folder 55

Ware, Richard, 1985-1986

Folder 56

Warren, Robert Penn, 1952-1980

Folder 57

Washburn, Richard Kirk, 1955

Folder 58

Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., 1963-1969

Folder 59

Washington. University, Seattle, Wash., 1949-1955

Box 30., Folder 1

Watson, George, 1988

Folder 2

Watson, Goodwin, 1938

Folder 3

Watts, Stephen, 1954

Folder 4

Wayne State University, 1955-1973

Folder 5

Wecker, William A., 1985

Folder 6

Weiczen-Giuliani, Leo, 1943

Folder 7

Weinstein, Allen, 1981

Folder 8

Weiss, Paul, 1943-1967

Folder 9

Weiss-Rosmarin, Trude, 1951

Folder 10

Wellesley College, 1948-1955

Folder 11

Wesson, Robert, 1987

Folder 12

Western Washington State College, 1958-1967

Folder 13

Westin, Alan F., 1956

Folder 14

Wheeler, John A., 1988

Folder 15

Wheelwright, Philip E., 1928-1958. Includes a letter by another, 1984

Folder 16

White, Morton, 1949-1972

Folder 17

Whittier College, 1975-1978

Folder 18

Wieman, Henry N., 1956

Folder 19

Wiener, Philip P., 1941-1972

Folder 20

Wienpahl, Paul, 1948-1975

Folder 21

Wieseltier, Leon, 1984-1985

Folder 22

Wigner, Eugene P., 1967-1969

Folder 23

Wikler, Norman, n.d.

Folder 24

Will, George F., 1976-1980

Folder 25

Williams, Bernard, 1987

Folder 26

Williams, C. Dickerman, 1968

Folder 27

Williams, Donald C., 1947-1959

Folder 28

Williams, Frederick W., 1944

Folder 29

Williams, Gardner, 1950-1951

Folder 30

Wilson, Edmund, 1938-1940

Folder 31

Wilson, Edwin Henry, 1967-1969

Folder 32

Wind, Edgar, 1950

Folder 33

Winder, R. B., 1972

Folder 34

Wisconsin. University, 1952-1961

Folder 35

Witonski, Peter, 1974-1978

Folder 36

Wittfogel, Karl A., 1957

Folder 37

Wittmer, Felix, 1945-1951

Folder 38

Wohl, Richard, 1947

Folder 39

Wohlstetter, Albert, 1985-1986. Includes typescripts by Wohlstetter

Folder 40

Wolfe, Ann, 1949

Folder 41

Wolfe, Bertram D. and Ella, 1941-1987

Folder 42

Wolfe, Tom, 1988

Folder 43

Wolff, R., 1928

Folder 44

Wong, Alice, 1968

Folder 45

Wood, Adolf, 1987

Folder 46

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 1978-1983

Folder 47

Workers Defense League, 1948-1957

Folder 48

Workers Education Bureau of America, 1948

Folder 49

Worthington, Peter, 1983

Folder 50

Wortman, F. P., 1950

Folder 51

Wright, Georg Henrik von, 1948-1949

Folder 52

Wrong, Dennis, 1987-1989

Folder 53

Wubnig, Judy, 1971-1989

Folder 54

Yale University, 1946-1976

Folder 55

Yoken, Melvin B., 1971-1984

Folder 56

Young Men's Hebrew Association, 1930-1949

Folder 57

Zawodny, J. K., 1962-1985

Folder 58

Zimmerman, Marvin, 1982

Boxes 31-101

Speeches And Writings, 1917-1990.

Scope and Content Note

Drafts and printed copies of speeches and writings by Sidney Hook, with related correspondence, notes, and other material, arranged chronologically by date of publication, or, that failing, by date of composition. See also Audiovisual File and Addendum File
 

General

 

Correspondence. Relates to proposed or unidentified works, invitations to contribute or speak, translations, and related topics.

Scope and Content Note

See also Correspondence File for specific publishers and publications
Box 31., Folder 1

Undated

Folder 2

1919-1939

Folder 3

1940-1949

Folder 4-5

1950-1959

Folder 6-7

1960-1969

Box 32., Folder 1

1970-1979

Folder 2

1980-1989

Folder 3-4

Lecture notices, 1933-1981

Folder 5

Miscellany, 1956-1968

Folder 6

Notebooks. Personal reflections, quotations, and miscellany, n.d.

Folder 7

Notes. Early education, ca. 1922

Box 33., Folder 1

"The Abiding Values of Western Civilization," n.d. Holograph

Folder 2

"Academic Confusions," n.d. Typescript

Folder 3

"Academic Freedom," n.d. Encyclopedia article. Printed copy and note

Folder 4

"Academic Freedom," n.d. Typescript

Folder 5

"Academic Freedom and Defense Research," n.d. Typescript

Folder 6

"Academic Freedom and the Knopfelmacher Affair," n.d. Relates to Frank Knopfelmacher and the University of Sydney, Australia. Typescript, letter, and a transcription of a printed article

Folder 7

"Academic Integrity," n.d. Typescript

Folder 8

"The Agony and Promise of American Higher Education," n.d. Typescript

Folder 9

"Alfred Kazin," n.d. Holograph

Folder 10

"Alienation," n.d. Holograph

Folder 11

"Are There Two Kinds of Democracy?" n.d. Typescript

Folder 12

"Autobiographical Postscripts III," n.d. Relates to Louis Marx. Typescripts

Folder 13

"The Basic Conflict between Democratic and Communist Ideology," n.d. Typescripts

Folder 14

"The Basic Values of Our Time," n.d. Holograph and typescripts

Folder 15

"Bizarre! Bizarre!" n.d. Holograph

Folder 16

"The Challenge to American Higher Education," n.d. Holographs

Folder 17

"The Challenge to Progressive Education," n.d. Typescripts

Folder 18

"The Challenges to Higher Education," n.d. Outline and summary prepared by Antonio T. Piqon

Folder 19

"China, Marxism, and Human Freedom," n.d. Interview conducted by the editors of The Chinese Intellectual. Typescript

Folder 20

"Cold War on Campus: A Study of the Politics of Organizational Control," n.d. Typescript

Folder 21

"Communism and Education," n.d. Typescript

Folder 22

"Communists and Civil Liberties," n.d. Holograph (incomplete)

Folder 23

"The Concept of Power," n.d. Holograph, holograph fragment, and letter

Folder 24

"Conservative and Liberal Thought in America," n.d. Holograph (incomplete)

Folder 25

"A Criticism and a Proposal," n.d. Typescript

Folder 26

"Croce's Philosophy of History: An Exposition," n.d. Holograph

Folder 27

"Current Challenges and the Future of American Education," n.d. Holograph

Folder 28

"Delmore Schwartz as a Student," n.d. Typescript

Folder 29

"Democracy," n.d. Encyclopedia article. Printed copy

Folder 30

"Democracy and Judicial Review," n.d. Holograph and typescript notes and fragments, transcribed printed excerpts, and announcement

Folder 31

"Dewey and Trotsky," n.d. Holograph

Folder 32

"Dewey, John," n.d. Typescript

Folder 33

"Editorial," n.d. Typescript

Folder 34

"Education by Judicial Decision: Litigation and Learning," n.d. Holograph

Folder 35

"Education for Modern Man," n.d. Holograph

Folder 36

"Education for World Responsibility," n.d. Typescript

Folder 37

"The Elements of a Democratic Education," n.d. Typescript

Box 34., Folder 1

"The Emotive Conception of Ethics," n.d. Discussion of two papers, Charles L. Stevenson, "The Emotive Conception of Ethics and Its Cognitive Immplications," and Richard B. Brandt, "The Emotive Theory of Ethics." Typescript. Includes typescript copies of the papers of Stevenson and Brandt

Folder 2

"The Ethics of Democracy," n.d. Holographs, typescript, and printed material, 1959

Folder 3

"The Faith of a Scientific Humanist," n.d. Review of Lyman Bryson, Science and Freedom. Typescript

Folder 4

"The Ferment of Ideas in Our Time," n.d. Typescript

Folder 5

Footnotes, n.d. Unidentified manuscripts. Typescript and holograph

Folder 6

"Foreign Policy and Human Rights," n.d. Typescript

Folder 7

"Freedom in a Planned Society," n.d. Typescript

Folder 8

"Freedom in the Modern World," n.d. Typescript

Folder 9

"From Marxism to Leninism and Stalinism: The Ideological Background," n.d. Speech, University of California, Los Angeles. Outline, holograph, typescript and press release

Folder 10

"The Future of American Education: The Promise and the Dangers," n.d. Typescript

Folder 11

"God and Man in American Education," n.d. Holograph outline

Folder 12

"The Gravediggers of Socialism," n.d. Typescript

Folder 13

"Hegel: Today," n.d. Typescript

Folder 14

"Historical Judgement and Moral Judgement," n.d. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 15

"How Is American Involvement in World Affairs Affecting American Democracy?" n.d. Speech, Dartmouth College. Holograph and holograph notes

Folder 16

"A Humanist Looks at the World," n.d. Holograph

Folder 17

"The Humanistic Tradition and Today's Students," n.d. Typescripts

Folder 18

"The Ideology of International Communism," n.d. Holograph and notes

Folder 19

"Ideology, Morality and Foreign Policy," n.d. Notes and typescripts

Folder 20

"Implications for a Theory of Man," n.d. Holograph outline

Folder 21

"The Importance of Dialectical Materialism," n.d. Holograph outline

Folder 22

"In Defense of Democratic Education," n.d. Typescripts

Folder 23

"An Institute for Creative Ideas," n.d. Typescript

Folder 24

Introductory remarks, Conference on the Scientific Spirit and Democratic Faith, n.d. Typescript

Folder 25

Introductory remarks, New Leader dinner, n.d. Typescript

Folder 26

"Is Our Policy Succeeding in Asia?" n.d. Holograph

Folder 27

"The Issue is Freedom," n.d. Typescript

Folder 28

"The Issues of the Cold War," n.d. Holograph and typescript

Folder 29

"Jaspers' Defense of Existentialism," n.d. Review of Karl Jaspers, The Perennial Scope of Philosophy. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 30

"John Dewey and Logical Empiricism," n.d. Typescript

Folder 31

"John Dewey and the Defense of Freedom: The Struggle between the Democratic and Communist Ideologies," n.d. Typescript

Folder 32

"John Dewey Reconsidered," n.d. Typescript

Folder 33

"Leonard Nelson," n.d. Eulogy. Typescript

Folder 34

Letter to the editor, New Republic, n.d. Relates to Conor Cruise O'Brien. Holograph

Folder 35

"Lincoln and Gandhi," n.d. Typescript

Folder 36

"Looking Ahead," n.d. Holograph

Folder 37

"Marx: The Man, the Myth, and the System," n.d. Review of Robert Payne, Marx, and Shlomo Avineri, The Political and Social Thought of Karl Marx. Holograph (incomplete)

Folder 38

"Marxism and the Enlightenment," n.d. Holograph

Folder 39

"The Meaning of Berlin," n.d. Galleys and letter, 1948

Folder 40

"Memorandum on Future Projects," n.d. Holograph and typescript

Folder 41

"Memorandum on De Tocqueville," n.d. Typescript outline

Folder 42

"The Mode of Political Decision and the Mode of Economic Production," n.d. Holograph

Folder 1

"Modern Problems and Perplexities: Smith, Marx, Freud, Einstein," n.d. Typescript

Folder 2

"Morality, Psychiatry and Foreign Policy," n.d. Speech. Holograph and typescript (incomplete)

Folder 3

"A More Difficult Struggle," n.d. Relates to Elliot Cohen. Typescript

Folder 4

"The Mystery of the Moscow Trials," n.d. Typescript

Folder 5

"The New Educational Ideal," n.d. Typescript

Folder 6

"New Threats to Academic Freedom," n.d. Typescript

Folder 7

"A Note on Anti-Intellectualism," Partisan Review, n.d. Galleys. Includes a letter by Lionel Trilling, 1956

Folder 8

"On Criticizing Dewey," n.d. Typescript and a letter by Ernest Nagel

Folder 9

"On Guard!" n.d. Prepared for Labor Action. Relates to the American Workers Party. Typescript

Folder 10

"On the Battlefield of Philosophy," n.d. Projected book; never completed. Typescript outline and description, typescript chapter entitled "Contemporary American Philosophy," and correspondence, n.d., 1973-1975

Folder 11

"The Open Society and Its Problems," n.d. Typescript

Folder 12

"Peace, Freedom and Security," n.d. Holograph outline (incomplete)

Folder 13

"Philosophical Perspectives on the Future of Man: (1) Hegel and Reason in History," n.d. Notes, holograph, and typescripts

Folder 14

"Philosophical Perspectives on the Future of Man: (2) Karl Marx--Ideology and Alienation," n.d. Holograph and typescripts

Folder 15

"Philosophical Perspectives on the Future of Man: (3) John Dewey--Intelligence and Human Freedom," n.d. Typescript

Folder 16

"Philosophy," n.d. Typescript

Folder 17

"Philosophy and Public Affairs," n.d. Holograph fragment with conference notes

Folder 18

"Philosophy and Social Action," n.d. Review of Karl Pribram, Conflicting Patterns of Thought. Holograph

Folder 19

"The Philosophy of John Dewey and Its Influence on Education," n.d. Typescript

Folder 20

"Planning," n.d. Holograph

Folder 21

"A Platonist in the Pragmatist's Garden," n.d. Review of Clarence I. Lewis, Mind and the World Order. Typescript

Folder 22

"The Political Aspects of General or Complete Disarmament," n.d. Typescript

Folder 23

"The Political Motivation of Fichte's Thought," n.d. Holograph and typescript

Folder 24

"The Political Motivation of Marx's Thought," n.d. Typescript, outlines, clipping, notes, and bibliography

Folder 25

"The Political Motivation of Schelling's Thought," n.d. Holograph and typescript

Folder 26

"Political Necrophobia," n.d. Review of Margaret Halsey, The Pseudo-Ethic. Typescript

Folder 27

"Possibility in History," n.d. Typescript

Folder 28

"Professionalization vs. Politicization of the Universities," n.d. Holograph

Folder 29

"Professor Sidney Hook Attacks Stalinazism," People's Forum, n.d. Printed copy

Folder 30

"Propositions," n.d. Typescript

Box 36., Folder 1

"The Purpose and Nature of General Education," n.d. Typescript

Folder 2

"Reflections on Europe," n.d. Typescript and clipping

Folder 3

"Reflections on Freedom," n.d. Typescripts

Folder 4

"Reflections on Important Themes," n.d. Holograph outline and a letter from Sidney Ratner relating to Sir John Hackett

Folder 5

"The Rehabilitation of Hegel," n.d. Typescript

Folder 6

"The Relation of Legal Systems to Social Change," n.d. Typescript

Folder 7

"Religion and the Law," n.d. Holograph

Folder 8

"Religion and Society," n.d Typescript

Folder 9

"Religion and Society: A Rejoinder," n.d. Typescript

Folder 10

"Report on Meyer: Unity of Theory and Practice in Marxist Dialectic," n.d. Typescript

Folder 11

Review of Henry D. Aiken, Predicament of the University, n.d. Holograph, typescript, and a copy of an essay by Aiken

Folder 12

Review of C. E. Ayres, Toward a Reasonable Society: The Values of Industrial Civilization, n.d. Holograph

Folder 13

Review of George Benson and Thomas Engeman, Amoral America, n.d. Typescript

Folder 14

Review of James Bryant Conant, Education in a Divided World, n.d. Typescript

Folder 15

Review of Jerome Davis, Capitalism and Its Culture, n.d. Typescript

Folder 16

Review of Lewis Feuer, Einstein and the Generations of Science, n.d. Typescript

Folder 17

Review of William James, Pragmatism, n.d. Typescript

Folder 18

Review of John Stuart Mill, On Liberty, n.d. Holograph outline

Folder 19

Review of Hans Reichenbach, Experience and Prediction: An Analysis of the Foundations and the Structure of Knowledge, n.d. Notes and typescript

Folder 20

Review of Harold Rugg, The Great Technology, Social Chaos and the Public Mind, n.d. Typescript

Folder 21

Review of Leon Samson, The American Mind: A Study in Socio- Analysis, n.d. Typescript

Folder 22

Review of Jean-Paul Sartre, The Psychology of the Imagination, n.d. Typescript

Folder 23

Review of Paul Arthur Schilpp, ed., The Philosophy of G. E. Moore, n.d. Typescript

Folder 24

"The Revival of Conservatism," n.d. Typescript

Folder 25

"The Revival of Racialism Redivivus," n.d. Holograph, notes, and clippings, 1964-1968

Folder 26

"Richard Krygier: An Appreciation," n.d. Holograph

Folder 27

"Russia in Retrospect," n.d. Review of Victor Chernov, The Great Russian Revolution. Typescript

Folder 28

"The Russian Revolution and American Intellectuals," n.d. Holograph

Folder 29

"Science and Freedom," n.d. Introduction to speech by Robert Sherwood. Holograph and typescript

Folder 30

"Signposts," n.d. Projected book to be co-authored with others; never completed. Typescript outlines

Folder 31

"Six Modern Concepts of Rationality," n.d. Typescript

Folder 32

"Some Reflections on 'The Magic of Marxism' and 'The Next Stage of History,'" n.d. Typescript

Folder 33

Speech, n.d. Relates to dissent and civil disorder. Holograph (incomplete)

Folder 34

Speech, n.d. American Philosophical Association symposium on "The Future of Liberalism," New York. Clipping

Box 37., Folder 1

Speech, Brandeis University, n.d. Notes and typescript

Folder 2

Speech, Columbia University, n.d. Typescript

Folder 3

Speech, Congress for Cultural Freedom meeting, n.d. Typewritten transcript

Folder 4

Speech, Individual Liberty and the American Tradition Conference, Barnard College, n.d. Mimeograph

Folder 5

Speech, New School for Social Research, n.d. Relates to the Warsaw uprising. Typescript

Folder 6

Speech, University Centers for Rational Alternatives conference, n.d. Typescript

Folder 7

Speech for a discussion entitled "The Philosophical Man", n.d. Typescript

Folder 8

Speech in honor of Thomas Pollock, n.d. Holograph and typescript

Folder 9

Speech on democracy, n.d. Typescript

Folder 10

Speech on student protest, n.d. Holograph

Folder 11

Speech on the Tamiment Institute, n.d. Holograph

Folder 12

"Spengler's Philosophy of History," n.d. Typescript

Folder 13

"The Strategy of Freedom," n.d. Holograph, notes, and printed background material relating to Russia and defense

Folder 14

"The Strategy of Political Warfare," n.d. Typescript

Folder 15

"The Supreme Court Runs Amok," n.d. Typescript

Folder 16

"A Tale of Two Countries," n.d. Holograph (incomplete)

Folder 17

"Theses on Feuerbach and Communism as the Ethics of Love," and "Arnold Ruge and Karl Marx," in Images of Human Existence: The Marxist Image of Human Existence, n.d. Printed table of contents

Folder 18

"Tradition, Authority and Freedom," n.d. Typescript

Folder 19

"The Tragic View of History," n.d. Review of Morris R. Cohen, The Meaning of Human History. Typescript

Folder 20

"A Tribute to Max Nomad," n.d. Typescript

Folder 21

Undergraduate English essays, City College of New York, n.d. Holograph and typescript

Folder 22

Untitled autobiographical fragments, n.d. Holographs

Folder 23

Untitled fragment on anarchism and violence, n.d. Holograph

Folder 24

Untitled fragment on communism, n.d. Holograph

Folder 25

Untitled fragment on God, n.d. Holograph

Folder 26

Untitled fragment on human rights, n.d. Holograph

Folder 27

Untitled fragment on human values and economic policy, n.d. Holograph with holograph invitation to Kenneth Arrow to participate in seminar scheduled for May 1966

Folder 28

Untitled fragment on Harold Laski, n.d. Holograph

Folder 29

Untitled fragment on philosophy, n.d. Holograph outline of chapters for a book (?)

Folder 30

Untitled fragment on Ezra Pound, n.d. Holograph

Folder 31

Untitled fragment on Russia, n.d. Holograph

Folder 32

Untitled fragment on Frederick L. Schuman, n.d. Typescript

Folder 33

Untitled fragment on socialism, n.d. Holograph

Folder 34

Untitled fragment on Stansfield Turner and the CIA, n.d. Typescript and notes

Folder 35

Untitled fragment on universities, n.d. Typescript

Folder 36

Untitled fragment on women on university faculties, n.d. Holograph

Folder 37

Untitled fragments on civil liberties, n.d. Holographs

Folder 38

Untitled fragments on Morris Cohen, n.d. Holographs and typescript

Folder 39

Untitled fragments on communism in education, n.d. Holographs

Folder 40

Untitled fragments on the Congress for Cultural Freedom, n.d. Holographs

Folder 41

Untitled fragments on John Dewey, n.d. Holographs and typescript

Folder 42

Untitled fragments on discrimination, n.d. Holograph

Folder 43

Untitled fragments on education, n.d. Holographs and printed copy

Folder 44

Untitled fragments on ethics, n.d. Holographs

Folder 45

Untitled fragments on international relations, n.d. Holograph, typescripts, and printed copy

Folder 46

Untitled fragments on Judaism, n.d. Holographs

Folder 47

Untitled fragments on Jean-Paul Sartre and Karl Marx, n.d. Holographs

Folder 48

Untitled writing on civil rights, n.d. Holograph

Folder 49

Untitled writing on education, n.d. Typescript

Folder 50

Untitled writing on foreign relations, n.d. Holograph

Folder 51

Untitled writing on G. W. F. Hegel, n.d. Typescript

Folder 52

Untitled writing on Corliss Lamont, n.d. Holograph

Folder 53

Untitled writing on liberalism, n.d. Holograph

Folder 54

Untitled writing on Shirley MacLaine and Ring Lardner, Jr., n.d. Holograph

Folder 55

Untitled writing on Karl Marx, n.d. Holograph

Folder 56

Untitled writing on nuclear weapons, n.d.. Holograph

Folder 57

Untitled writing on official secrets, n.d. Holograph

Folder 58

Untitled writing on perception, n.d. Typescript

Folder 59

Untitled writing on Philip Rahv, Walter Phillips, and Edmund Wilson, n.d. Holograph

Folder 60

Untitled writing on reason, n.d. Typescript

Folder 61

Untitled writing on Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, n.d. Typescript

Folder 62

Untitled writing on Russia, n.d. Typescript and holograph outline

Folder 63

Untitled writing on science and the scientific method, n.d. Typescript

Folder 64

Untitled writing on Stanford University, n.d. Typescript intended for insertion as a footnote

Folder 65

Untitled writings on communism, n.d. Holographs, and typescript

Box 38., Folder 1

"The Uses of Leisure: Enjoying Life or Killing Time?" n.d. Typescript

Folder 2

"The Uses of Philosophy," n.d. Typescript, notes, and clipping, 1966

Folder 3

"Values in Contemporary Society," n.d. Holograph

Folder 4

"The Ways of Things," n.d. Review of William P. Montague, The Ways of Things. Typescript

Folder 5

"What Are the University Centers for Rational Alternatives?" Measure, n.d. Printed copy

Folder 6

"What Has Modern Philosophy to Say?" n.d. Typescript

Folder 7

"What Is Academic Freedom?" n.d. Typescript

Folder 8

"What Is an Educated Person?" n.d. Typescript and letter, 1958

Folder 9

"What Is Class Consciousness?" n.d. Typescript

Folder 10

"What Is Security?" n.d. Outlines, notes, holograph, typescript, and an annotated copy of Hook's article, "Security and Freedom"

Folder 11

"What Means this Freedom?" n.d. Typescripts

Folder 12

"Whither Socialism?" n.d. Typescript and galleys

Folder 13

"Why Do I Read the American Spectator?" n.d. Typescript

Folder 14

"The World's Foremost Statesman," n.d. Relates to Woodrow Wilson. Typescripts

Folder 15

"The Young Hegelians," n.d. Typescript

Folder 16

"The Best Man I Know," Feb. 7, 1917. Holograph

Folder 17

"Love of Country," Feb. 7, 1917. Holograph

Folder 18

Flyer relating to student elections, ca. 1918. Printed copy

Folder 19

"The Pragmatic Conception of Truth and Error," 1920. Typescript

Folder 20

"An Interpretation of My Self," Jan. 10, 1921. Typescript

Folder 21

"Telluric Determinants of Culture," 1922? Undergraduate essay, City College of New York. Holograph

Folder 22

"The Philosophy of Non-Resistance," Open Court, Jan. 1922. Printed copy

Folder 23

"An Outline of Boas' Mind of Primitive Man," Sept. 1922. Undergraduate notes, City College of New York. Holograph

Folder 24

"A Philosophical Dialogue," Open Court, Oct. 1922. Printed copy

Folder 25

"Metaphysical Analysis," Oct. 20, 1925. Typescript

Folder 26

"Some Political Motives in Hegel's Thought," 1926. Holograph, typescript, and correspondence with Vladimir G. Simkhovitch, 1926

Folder 27

Review of Rebecca Cooper, The Logical Influence of Hegel on Marx, Journal of Philosophy, Feb. 18, 1926. Printed copy

Folder 28

"The Metaphysics of Leading Principles," Journal of Philosophy, April 1926. Printed copy

Folder 29

"Methodological Considerations in Primitive Art," Open Court, June 1926. Printed copy

Folder 30

Notes on lectures by John Dewey on political theory, Columbia University, Sept. 29, 1926-Jan. 10, 1927. Typescript

Folder 31

The Metaphysics of Pragmatism, 1927. Letters, 1927-1935

Folder 32

"The Ethics of Suicide," International Journal of Ethics, Jan. 1927. Printed copy and letters, 1926-1927.

Folder 33

"Freedom," Open Court, Feb. 1927. Printed copy

Box 39., Folder 1

"Categorical Analysis and Pragmatic-Realism," Journal of Philosophy, March 31, 1927. Printed copy

Folder 2

"The Metaphysics of the Instrument," Monist, July-Oct. 1927. Printed copies

Folder 3

"The Irrationality of the Irrational," Journal of Philosophy, Aug. 4, 1927. Letter, 1927

Folder 4

"Teaching as a Calling," Progress, Nov. 1927. Printed copy

Folder 5

"Marx and Freud: Oil and Water," Open Court, Jan. 1928. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Max Eastman and another, 1927-1975

Folder 6

"The Philosophy of Dialectical Materialism," Journal of Philosophy, March 1-15, 1928. Printed copies

Folder 7

"Marxism, Metaphysics, and Modern Science," Modern Quarterly, May-Aug. 1928. Review of Max Eastman, Marx, Lenin, and the Science of Revolution. Printed copy

Folder 8

"German Philosophy and Politics from 1835 to 1842," ca. 1928-1929. Progress report to the Guggenheim Foundation. Typescript

Folder 9

"Russia from the Side-lines," 1929? Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 10

"A Pragmatic Critique of the Historico-Genetic Method," in Essays in Honor of John Dewey, 1929. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 11

"What Is Dialectic?" Journal of Philosophy, Feb. 14-28, 1929. Printed copy

Folder 12

"Hegel's Staatsidee," Journal of Philosophy, Sept. 12, 1929. Review of Julius Lowenstein, Hegels Staatsidee. Letter, 1937

Folder 13

"A Critique of Ethical Realism," International Journal of Ethics, Jan. 1930. Printed copy and letters, 1929-1930

Box 40., Folder 1

"A Personal Impression of Contemporary German Philosophy," Journal of Philosophy, March 13, 1930. Printed copy and correspondence with Gordon Allport, Hans Reichenbach, Philip Wheelwright, and others, 1930

Folder 2

"Revolt against Dualism," New Republic, June 1930. Review of Arthur Lovejoy, Revolt against Dualism. Letter, 1930

Folder 3

"Husserl's Phenomenological Idealism," Journal of Philosophy, July 3, 1930. Review of Edmund Husserl, Formale und Transzendentale Logik. Letter, 1930

Folder 4

"Contemporary American Philosophy," New Republic, July 16, 1930. Review of George P. Adams and William Pepperell Montague, ed., Contemporary American Philosophy: Personal Statements. Printed copy

Folder 5

"The Philosophy of Morris R. Cohen," New Republic, July 23, 1930. Printed copy and letters by Bruce Bliven and others, 1930

Folder 6

"The American Road to Culture," Current History, Oct. 1930. Review of George S. Counts, The American Road to Culture. Typescript

Folder 7

"Capitalism and Protestantism," Nation, Oct. 29, 1930. Review of Max Weber, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism. Printed copy

Folder 8

"The Meaning of Marxism," Modern Quarterly, Dec. 1930. Contribution to a symposium. Printed copy

Folder 9

"The Non-Sense of the Whole," Modern Quarterly, Dec. 1930. Review, and letters by S. Klyce and George B. Vetter, 1931

Folder 10

"Psychology," 1931. Holograph and notes

Folder 11

"The Psychology of Socialism," Current History, Jan. 1931. Review of Henri de Man, The Psychology of Socialism. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 12

"John Dewey and His Critics," New Republic, June 3, 1931. Typescript

Folder 13

"Towards the Understanding of Karl Marx," Symposium, July 1931. Printed copy, clipping, and letters by Malcolm Cowley, Felix Frankfurter, H. M. Kallen, Arthur G. McDowell, Meyer Schapiro and others, 1931-1932.

Folder 14

"Marx and Darwinism," New Republic, July 29, 1931. Letter by Charles A. Beard, 1931

Folder 15

"Experimental Logic," Mind, Oct. 1931. Printed copy, and letters by G. E. Moore, Harry Overstreet, Roscoe Pound, Meyer Schapiro, Harold R. Smart, and others, 1931-1932

Folder 16

"The Metaphysics of Experience," New Republic, Nov. 4, 1931. Review of John Dewey, Philosophy and Civilization. Typescript and printed copy (incomplete)

Folder 17

"A Call to Defend Academic Freedom and Students' Rights," 1932 (co-authored with others). Printed copy

Folder 18

"Hegel's Intent," Philosophical Review, Jan. 1932. Review of Theodor L. Haering, Hegel: Sein Wollen und Sein Werk: Eine Chronologische Entwicklungsgeschichte der Gedanken und der Sprache Hegels, Vol. I. Typescript

Folder 19

"Reason and Nature: The Metaphysics of Scientific Method," Journal of Philosophy, Jan. 7, 1932. Review of Morris R. Cohen, Reason and Nature. Holographs, typescript, printed copy, draft letter to contributors with list, and letters by Cohen, Paul Weiss and others, 1932

Folder 20

"Pictures of the Past," Saturday Review, April 30, 1932. Review of M. N. Pokrovsky, History of Russia, Vol. I. Typescript

Folder 21

"Charles Peirce: Collected Papers," Current History, May 1932. Review of Collected Papers of Charles Peirce. Typescript and letter, 1931

Folder 22

"The Contemporary Significance of Hegel's Philosophy," Philosophical Review, May 1932. Printed copy, and letters by Theodore B. Brameld and others, 1932

Folder 23

"Hegel and Marx in Continuity," Modern Quarterly, Summer 1932. Letter by Meyer Schapiro, 1932

Folder 24

"Half-Baked Communism," Nation, June 8, 1932. Review of Robert Briffault, Breakdown: The Collapse of Traditional Civilization. Printed copy, printed copies of comments by Briffault and others, and letter by Brand Blanshard, 1932

Folder 25

"Hegel's Phenomenology of Mind," Journal of Philosophy, June 23, 1932. Review of G. W. F. Hegel, Phenomenology of Mind. Printed copy

Folder 26

"Myth, Fact, and Poetry of Soviet Russia," Nation, Sept. 14, 1932. Review of Waldemar Gurian, Bolshevism: Theory and Practice, Joseph Freeman, The Soviet Worker, Waldo Frank, Dawn in Russia, and George S. Counts, Luigi Villari, Malcolm C. Rorty and Newton D. Baker, Bolshevism, Fascism, and Capitalism. Printed copy

Folder 27

Culture and the Crisis: An Open Letter to the Writers, Artists, Teachers, Physicians, Engineers, Scientists and Other Professional Workers of America, Oct. 1932 (co-authored with other members of the League of Professional Groups for Foster and Ford). Pamphlet. Printed copy and letter by Frederick L. Schuman, 1960

Folder 28

"The Marxist Interpretation of History," Nov. 27, 1932. Printed program announcement

Folder 29

"Materialism," Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences, 1933. Holograph, typescript and correspondence, 1932

Box 41., Folder 1

Open letter to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1933 (co-authored with 34 others). Relates to Soviet-American relations. Printed copy

Folder 2

Speech, 1933. Relates to Karl Marx. Holograph

 

Towards the Understanding of Karl Marx, 1933

Folder 3

General. Notes by Hook, promotional leaflet, and reviews, 1933-1934

Folder 4

Correspondence with John Anderson, Newton Arvin, Louis D. Brandeis, Morris R. Cohen, George S. Counts, R. Palme Dutt, Abe Edel, Abram L. Harris, Will Herberg, D. Liberson, Alfred Rosmer, Morris U. Schappes, Roy Wood Sellars, Bernhard J. Stern, Edmund Wilson and others, 1932-1984

Folder 5

Untitled writing, 1933. Reply to V. J. Jerome's article "Unmasking an American Revisionist of Marxism." Holograph

Folder 6

Interview, March 11, 1933. Typewritten transcript and printed copy

Folder 7

"Marxism: Dogma or Method?" Nation, March 15, 1933. Typescript, printed copy, clipping, and letters by Horace L. Friess and another, 1933

Folder 8

"The Marxian Dialectic," New Republic, March 22, 1933. Printed letter to the editor by W. C. Mallalieu relating to Hook's article

Folder 9

"Against the Fascist Terror in Germany," New Masses, April 1933. Contribution to symposium. Printed copy

Folder 10

"Russia in Solution," Saturday Review, April 8, 1933. Review of Leon Trotsky, The History of the Russian Revolution, Vols. II and III. Printed copy and letter, 1932

Folder 11

"Why the German Student Is Fascist," Student Outlook, May 1933. Printed copy

Folder 12

"Philosophy and Social Action," May 18, 1933. Speech, New York University. Notes and press release

Folder 13

"Education and Politics," New Republic, May 24, 1933. Review of John L. Childs and John Dewey, ed., The Educational Frontier. Typescript

Folder 14

"Science and the Crisis," Nation, June 21, 1933. Review of H. L. Levy, The Universe of Science, and Mary Adams, ed., Science and the Changing World. Printed copy

Folder 15

"Revolutionist's Symposium," Nation, June 28, 1933. Review of Samuel D. Schmalhausen, ed., Recovery through Revolution. Printed copy

Folder 16

"Correspondence: Trotzky and Sidney Hook," Nation, July 5, 1933. Letter to the editor in reply to comments by Leon Trotsky on Hook's article "Marxism: Dogma or Method?" Typescript, printed copy, and typescript and printed copies of the letter by Trotskii, 1933

Folder 17

"De Libris: Disputatio," City College Alumnus, Sept. 1933. Letter to the editor relating to a review by David P. Berenberg of Hook's book Towards the Understanding of Karl Marx. Printed copy, and printed copy of Berenberg's review, 1933

Folder 18

"Theories of Social Determinism," Scientia, Dec. 1933. Printed copy

Folder 19

The Meaning of Marx: A Symposium, 1934 (co-author with Bertrand Russell, John Dewey, Morris R. Cohen and Sherwood Eddy). Pamphlet. Printed copy, correspondence, and printed articles by L. Rudas, "The Meaning of Sidney Hook," 1935-1951

Folder 20

"Is Marxism Compatible with Christianity?" Christian Register, Feb. 15, 1934. Printed copy and letter, 1934

Folder 21

"The Nature of Discourse," Saturday Review, March 10, 1934. Review of Alfred Korzybksi, Science and Sanity: An Introduction to Non-Aristotelian Systems and General Semantics. Typescript, printed copy, and letter by Korzybski, 1934-1941

Folder 22

"Communism without Dogmas," Modern Monthly, April 1934. Letters by E. F. Carritt, V. J. McGill and Allen Stiller, 1934

Folder 23

"What is Materialism?" Journal of Philosophy, April 26, 1934. Printed copy

Folder 24

"The Role of the Educator," Student Outlook, May 1934. Printed copy

Folder 25

"Marxism and Democracy: Some Notes on the Draft Program of the A. W. P.," Labor Action, May 1, 1934. Printed copy

Folder 26

"Sidney Hook Replies," Commonwealth College Fortnightly, June 15, 1934. Letter to the editor in reply to a review by William Cunningham of Hook's book Towards the Understanding of Karl Marx. Printed copy. Includes printed copies of the review by Cunningham and of comments by Paul Evans on Hook's reply

Folder 27

"The Fallacy of the Theory of Social Fascism," Modern Monthly, July 1934. Printed copy, and letter by Meyer Schapiro, 1934

Folder 28

Letter to the editor, New Republic, Aug. 4, 1934 (date written). Relates to Lincoln Steffens. Typescript

Folder 29

"The Challenge of the Social Order to the Curriculum of the Liberal Arts College," Sept. 1934. Speech, National Council on Religion in Higher Education, Colgate- Rochester Divinity School, Rochester, N.Y. Printed copy

Folder 30

"An Open Letter to Lincoln Steffens," Modern Monthly, Sept. 1934. Printed copy

Box 42., Folder 1

"On Workers' Democracy," Modern Monthly, Oct. 1934. Printed copy, printed copies of responses by Will Herberg and M. Rieve, and letters by Paul Mattick, Paul Porter, Meyer Schapiro and Allen Stiller, 1934-1935

Folder 2

"The Importance of a Point of View," Social Frontier, Oct.-Nov. 1934. Two-part article. Printed copy

Folder 3

"The Democratic and Dictatorial Aspects of Communism," International Conciliation, Dec. 1934. Printed copy and letters, 1934-1935

Folder 4

"Karl Marx and Moses Hess," New International, Dec. 1934. Clipping, and correspondence with Jack Nusan Porter, 1981

Folder 5

American Philosophy Today and Tomorrow, 1935 (co-editor with Horace M. Kallen). Review, printed excerpt entitled "Experimental Naturalism," and correspondence with Irwin Edman, George Santayana, Frederick J. E. Woodbridge and others, 1933-1948

Folder 6

"Reply to Professor Cohen," Student Outlook, Feb. 1935. Reply to Morris R. Cohen's review of Hook's book Towards the Understanding of Karl Marx. Printed copy and printed copy of Cohen's article

Folder 7

"A Philosophic Pathfinder," Nation, Feb. 13, 1935. Review of George H. Mead, Mind, Self and Society. Printed copy

Folder 8

"Interpreting Soviet Russia," Saturday Review, Feb. 16, 1935. Review of Julius Hecker, Moscow Dialogues, Julius Hecker, Russian Sociology, Julius Hecker, Religion and Communism, Julius Hecker, The Communist's Answer to the World's Needs, James Bunyan and H. H. Fisher, The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1918, and Maurice Parmelee, Bolshevism, Fascism and the Liberal-Democratic State. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 9

"Marxism and Religion," Modern Monthly, March 1935. Printed copy

Folder 10

"Our Philosophers," Current History, March 1935. Letter, 1935

Folder 11

"Literature of Revolt: A Reply to Professor Cohen - II," Student Outlook, May 1935. Reply to a review by Morris R. Cohen of Hook's book Towards the Understanding of Karl Marx. Printed copy, and printed copy of rebuttal by Cohen, 1935

Folder 12

"Philosophical Burlesque: On Some Stalinist Antics in Philosophy," Modern Monthly, May 1935. Printed copy, and letter by Edward Conze, 1935

Folder 13

"Manners and Morals of Apache-Radicalism," Modern Monthly, June 1935. Response to comments by Will Herberg on Hook's article "On Workers' Democracy." Printed copy, and printed copy of reply by Herberg, 1935

Folder 14

"Middle-Class Patterns of European Fascism," June 12, 1935. Speech, Conference of the League for Industrial Democracy. Holograph and typescript

Folder 15

"Saint Stalin," Modern Monthly, Nov. 16, 1935. Review of Henri Barbusse, Stalin. Typescript, printed copy, review by Kenneth Burke, and letter to Burke, n.d.

Folder 16

"The Religion of Reason," ca. 1936. Review of Bertrand Russell, Religion and Science. Printed copy

Folder 17

From Hegel to Marx, 1936

 

General. Contract agreement and correspondence with Edgar S. Brightman, Edward Conze, A. D. Lindsay, Yasokichi Ono, Meyer Schapiro, Eliseo Vivas and others, 1936-1987

Folder 18

Reviews, 1936-1963

Folder 19

"Introduction to Dialectical Materialism," Nation, March 4, 1936. Review of August Thalheimer, Introduction to Dialectical Materialism. Typescript and letters by Jim Cork, Phil Magg and George Simpson, 1936

Folder 20

"The Faith of a Scientist," New Republic, April 1, 1936. Review of Bertrand Russell, Religion and Science. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 21

Letter to the editor, Plebe, April 27, 1936 (date written). Relates to J. D. Bernal. Typescript

Folder 22

"Social Masks and Social Facts," New Republic, May 1936. Review of Thurman Arnold, The Symbols of Government. Letter by Arnold, 1936

Folder 23

"Sidney Hook Writes to Board," C.C.N.Y. Union Teacher, May 18, 1936. Letter to the editor relating to Morris U. Schappes. Mimeographed copy and letters by Schappes and another, 1936

Folder 24

"The Prophetic Trotsky," Saturday Review, July 11, 1936. Review of Leon Trotsky, The Third International after Lenin. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 25

"New Trend in Philosophy," Nation, Aug. 22, 1936. Review of George H. Mead, Movements of Thought in the Nineteenth Century. Printed copy

Folder 26

Introduction to Paul Sering, "What is Folksocialism? A Critical Analysis," New Frontiers, Dec. 1936. Printed copy, and letters by Sering and another, 1937

Folder 27

"Philosophy in Action," Opinion, Dec. 1936. Review of Horace M. Kallen, The Decline and Rise of the Consumer: A Philosophy of Consumer Cooperation. Printed copy

Folder 28

"The Philosophical Implications of Economic Planning," in Findlay MacKenzie, ed., Planned Society, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, 1937. Printed copy, review, and correspondence, 1937-1958

Folder 29

"Marxism and Values," Marxist Quarterly, Jan.-March 1937. Printed copy, and letter by Lewis Corey, 1936

Folder 30

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Feb. 3, 1937 (date written). Relates to charges made against Leon Trotsky in the Moscow Trials. Typescript

Folder 31

"Wandlungen der Weltanschauung," Journal of Philosophy, March 1937. Review of Karl Joel, Wandlungen der Weltanschauung: Eine Philosophie: Geschichte als Geschichtsphilosophie. Typescript

Folder 32

"Dialectic and Nature," Marxist Quarterly, April-June 1937. Printed copy and correspondence with Mortimer J. Adler, Andrew Dresden, Horace M. Kallen, Felix Kaufmann, and others, 1937-1977

Folder 33

"A Philosopher on Movie Censorship," Saturday Review, May 15, 1937. Review of Mortimer J. Adler, Art and Prudence: A Study in Practical Philosophy. Printed copy

Folder 34

"Both their Houses," New Republic, June 2, 1937. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Malcolm Cowley on the Moscow Trials. Printed copy

Folder 35

"History in Swing Rhythm," Nation, July 10, 1937. Review of Pitirim Sorokin, Social and Cultural Dynamics. Typescript, galleys, and printed copy with note, 1937-1987

Box 43., Folder 1

"Socialism for a Democracy," Saturday Review, Aug. 28, 1937. Review of Harry W. Laidler, American Socialism. Printed copy

Folder 2

"Liberalism and the Case of Leon Trotsky," Southern Review, Fall 1937. Printed copy and letter, 1937. Includes printed copies of an exchange of letters to the editor by Hook, Carleton Beals, Frederick L. Schuman, and James T. Farrell

Folder 3

"Fantasia on the Left," Nation, Sept. 11, 1937. Review of Albert Weisbord, The Conquest of Power. Printed copy

Folder 4

"Seeking Truth about Trotsky," New York Herald Tribune, Oct. 10, 1937. Review of Preliminary Commission of Inquiry, The Case of Leon Trotsky: Report of Hearings on the Charges Made Against Him in the Moscow Trials. Printed copy

Folder 5

"Worlds of Chance," Nation, Oct. 23, 1937. Review of Edward Gleason Spaulding, A World of Chance. Printed copy

Folder 6

"Promise without Dogma: A Social Philosophy for Jews," Menorah Journal, Oct.-Dec. 1937. Printed copy, clipping, printed comments by Shlomo Grodzensky, and letters by Babette Deutsch, John Dewey, Henry Hurwitz, Horace M. Kallen, S. Perlman and others, 1937

Folder 7

"The Technique of Mystification," Partisan Review, Dec. 1937. Review of Kenneth Burke, Attitudes towards History. Printed copies (one with annotations), and letters, 1937-1981

Folder 8

"Ends and Means," Nation, Dec. 11, 1937. Review of Aldous Huxley, Ends and Means. Printed copy, and letters by A. J. Muste and Lionel Trilling, 1937

Folder 9

Letter to the editor, Nation, 1938 (date written). Relates to Benjamin Stolberg. Typescript, and letters by Stolberg, Louis Adamic and Edmund Wilson, 1938

Folder 10

"Is Mr. Burke Serious?" Partisan Review, Jan. 1938. Exchange with Kenneth Burke relating to Hook's review "The Technique of Mystification." Printed copy, and printed copy of Burke's comments, 1938

Folder 11

"Storm Signals in American Philosophy," Virginia Quarterly Review, Jan. 1938. Typescript, printed copy, advertisement, and letter, 1937

Folder 12

"The Ways of Philosophy," Nation, Jan. 8, 1938. Review of Irwin Edman, Four Ways of Philosophy. Letter by Edman, 1938

Folder 13

"Metaphysics and Social Attitudes: A Reply," Social Frontier, Feb. 1938. Reply to an article by Brand Blanshard. Printed copy, and printed copy of Blanshard's article, 1937

Folder 14

"Zweiter Entfer oyf der Frage: Zie Leybt in sich Izt die Sowietische Arbeiter Besser, wie die Arbeiter in andere Lender?" Der Tog, Feb. 7, 1938. Printed copy, typescript draft in English, and letter, 1938

Folder 15

"Broun vs. Dewey," New Republic, Feb. 16, 1938. Letter to the editor relating to Heywood Broun. Unabridged printed copy (printed in Workers Age), and correspondence, 1938

Folder 16

"Corliss Lamont: Friend of the G.P.U.," Modern Monthly, March 1938. Mimeograph, printed copy, and correspondence with Alfred Bingham, V. F. Calverton, Corliss Lamont, Norman Thomas and others, 1938

Folder 17

"Logic, Politics, and Plain Decency," Social Frontier, March 1938. Printed copy

Folder 18

"The Moscow Frame-Up: A Logical Analysis," March 26, 1938. Radio address, WEVD, New York City. Printed copy, and letter, 1938

Folder 19

"The Politician's Handbook: A Review," University of Chicago Law Review, April 1938. Review of Thurman Arnold, The Folklore of Capitalism. Printed copy

 

"Neither Myth nor Power," University of Chicago Law Review, April 1938. Response by Hook to a reply by Thurman Arnold to Hook's review "The Politician's Handbook: A Review." Printed copy, printed copy of Arnold's comments, and letters by George S. Counts, Ferdinand Lundberg, George Sabine, Norman Thomas and others, 1938-1939

Folder 20

"Relevant Issues Restated," Social Frontier, April 1938. Reply to comments by Brand Blanshard on Hook's article "Metaphysics and Social Attitudes: A Reply." Printed copy, and printed copy of Blanshard's article, 1938

Folder 21

"Some Social Uses and Abuses of Semantics," Partisan Review, April 1938. Printed copy and correspondence, 1938-1951

Folder 22

"The Baptism of Aristotle and Marx," Nation, April 9, 1938. Review of Mortimer J. Adler, What Man Has Made of Man: A Study of the Consequences of Platonism and Positivism in Psychology. Printed copy

Folder 23

"Thoughts in Season," Socialist Review, May-June 1938. Printed copy

Folder 24

"Democracy as a Way of Life," Southern Review, Summer 1938. Printed copy and letter by Henry Hurwitz, 1938

Folder 25

"Science and the New Obscurantism," Modern Quarterly, Fall 1938. Printed copy, and letters by Lancelot Hogben and George Sabine, 1938

Folder 26

"Democratic Way of Life," Menorah Journal, Oct. 1938. Letters by Saul Padover and another, 1938-1939

Folder 27

Letter to the editor, New Republic, Oct. 31, 1938 (date written). Relates to Malcolm Cowley. Typescript and letter, 1938

Folder 28

"Where the News Ends," New Leader, Nov. 26, 1938. Guest column in place of Eugene Lyons. Printed copy

Folder 29

Letter to the editor, W.S.C. Bulletin, Dec. 16, 1938 (date written). Relates to democracy. Typescript

Folder 30

"Critical Analysis as a Method of Radio Education," School and Society, Dec. 31, 1938. Letter, 1939

Folder 31

"Democracy as a Way of Life," in J. N. Andrews and C. A. Marsden, ed., Tomorrow in the Making, 1939. Letter, 1938

Folder 32

John Dewey: An Intellectual Portrait, 1939. Promotional flyer, reviews, and correspondence with Charles A. Beard, John L. Childs, Morris R. Cohen, Felix Frankfurter, Lessing A. Kahn, Gail Kennedy, M. C. Otto, Benjamin Stolberg and others, 1939-1976

Folder 33

Speeches, Committee for Cultural Freedom meetings, 1939. Typescripts

Folder 34

"Reflections on the Russian Revolution," Southern Review, Winter 1939. Review of Leon Trotsky, The Revolution Betrayed. Printed copy, clipping, and letter by Cleanth Brooks, Jr., n.d.

Folder 35

"A Challenge to the Liberal-Arts College," Journal of Higher Education, Jan. 1939. Printed copy, and letters by Paul Klapper and another, 1939

Folder 36

"Anatomy of the Popular Front," Partisan Review, Spring 1939. Review of Max Lerner, It Is Later Than You Think. Printed copy and letter, 1939

Folder 37

"Abstractions in Social Inquiry," Illinois Law Review, May 1939. Printed copy

Folder 38

"The Fetishism of Power," Nation, May 13, 1939. Review of Gaetano Mosca, The Ruling Classes. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1939

Box 44., Folder 1

Letter to the editor, New York Times, May 15, 1939 (date written). Relates to the Committee for Cultural Freedom. Press release

Folder 2

Statement, May 29, 1939 (co-author with other members of the Committee for Cultural Freedom). Printed copy

Folder 3

"Soviet Union a Totalitarian Dictatorship Just as Is Germany," New York Post, June 7, 1939. Letter to the editor relating to Corliss Lamont. Printed copy

Folder 4

Letter to the editor, Nation, June 17, 1939. Relates to comments by Freda Kirchwey on the Committee for Cultural Freedom. Typescript and correspondence with Kirchwey, 1939

Folder 5

"Hook Warns against Forgery Tactics of Totalitarian Agents," New Leader, June 24, 1939. Letter to the editor relating to fraudulent mailings. Printed copy

Folder 6

"Dialectic in Social and Historical Inquiry," Journal of Philosophy, July 6, 1939. Letter, 1939

Folder 7

"The Importance of John Dewey in Modern Thought," Modern Quarterly, Fall 1939. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 8

"The Totalitarian Mind: Need for Militant Liberalism Opposed to the Hitler-Stalinists," New York Post, Sept. 2, 1939. Letter to the editor relating to the manifesto of the Committee for Cultural Freedom. Printed copy

Folder 9

"Salute to John Dewey!" Call, Oct. 27, 1939. Printed copy

Folder 10

"John Dewey at Eighty," New Leader, Oct. 28, 1939. Printed copy

Folder 11

"Two Writers Debate Russia," Call, Oct.-Nov. 1939. Exchange with Upton Sinclair. Printed copy and typescript by Sinclair, 1939

Folder 12

"The Art of Crypto-Stalinism: Its Theory and Practice," New Leader, Nov. 18, 1939. Typescript and holograph by Hook in reply to George Soule, typescript copy of a response by Soule, and correspondence with Soule, 1939-1940

Folder 13

"Upton Sinclair vs. Sidney Hook: The Debate on Russia Grows Warmer," Call, Nov. 18, 1939. Continuation of exchange with Upton Sinclair. Printed copy, correspondence with Sinclair, and a printed copy of an open letter by David Sinclair, 1938-1939

Folder 14

"Academic Freedom and 'The Trojan Horse' in American Education," American Association of University Professors Bulletin, Dec. 1939. Printed copy and letter, 1939

Folder 15

"Dies Committee Technique," New York Times, Dec. 24, 1939. Printed copy

Folder 16

"'Liberal, Rational Man': Three Answers," Common Sense, 1940. Printed copy

Folder 17

Reason, Social Myths and Democracy, 1940. Printed excerpt entitled "Dialectic and Nature," reviews, and correspondence with Irwin Edman, Will Herberg, Victor Serge and others, 1940-1966

Folder 18

"Hegel," Philosophical Review, Jan. 1940. Review of Theodor L. Haering, Hegel: Sein Wollen und Sein Werk: Eine Chronologische Entwicklungsgeschichte der Gedanken und der Sprache Hegels, Vol. II. Typescript

Folder 19

"Unreconstructed Fellow-Travelers," Call, Jan. 13, 1940. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 20

"An Attack on Freedom," New York Herald Tribune, March 9, 1940. Letter to the editor relating to Bertrand Russell. Printed copy

Folder 21

"Socialists Face Need of Unified Action," New Leader, March 9, 1940. Printed copy

Folder 22

"What Stalin Wrote," New York Herald Tribune, April 7, 1940. Review of M. R. Werner, ed., Stalin's Kampf. Typescripts

Folder 23

"Prof. Hook to Prof. Schuman," Saturday Review, April 20, 1940. Relates to the review by Frederick L. Schuman of M. R. Werner, ed., Stalin's Kampf. Printed copy, and printed copy of Schuman's review (incomplete)

Folder 24

"The Integral Humanism of Jacques Maritain," Partisan Review, May-June 1940. Review of Jacques Maritain, True Humanism. Notes, and letter by Van Wyck Brooks, 1940

Folder 25

"Alexander Goldenweiser: Three Tributes," Modern Quarterly, Summer 1940. Printed copy

Folder 26

Letter to the editor, New York Times, June 4, 1940 (date written). Relates to the Communist Party, U.S.A. Typescript

Folder 27

"Is Nazism a Social Revolution? Germany's 'State Ownership' Is Bureaucracy's Counter Revolt," New Leader, July 20, 1940. Printed copy, and printed reply by Felix Morrow, 1940

Folder 28

"Socialism, Common Sense and the War: 'Leftist' War Stand Ignores Consequences to Socialists' Struggles if Hitler Wins," New Leader, Aug. 31, 1940. Printed copy, clipping, and letters by Meyer Schapiro, 1940

Folder 29

Untitled writing, Sept. 24, 1940. Relates to the American Committee for Democracy and Intellectual Freedom. Typescript

Folder 30

Review of James Feibelman, Positive Democracy, Journal of Philosophy, Sept. 26, 1940. Typescript

Folder 31

"Thinkers Who Prepared for Revolution," New York Herald Tribune, Sept. 29, 1940. Review of Edmund Wilson, To the Finland Station: A Study in the Writing and Acting of History. Printed copy

Folder 32

"Metaphysics, War and the Intellectuals," Menorah Journal, Oct. 1940. Review of Lewis Mumford, Faith for Living, Archibald MacLeish, The Irresponsibles, and Waldo Frank, Chart for Rough Water. Letters by Bruce Bliven, Henry Hurwitz, Horace M. Kallen, Lewis Mumford, Edmund Wilson and others, 1940

Folder 33

"Engels as Scientist," Nation, Oct. 10, 1940. Review of Friedrich Engels, The Dialectics of Nature. Letter, 1940

Folder 34

"The New Medievalism," New Republic, Oct. 28, 1940. Reply to Mortimer J. Adler. Mimeograph, printed copies, clipping, and correspondence with Carl Becker, Van Wyck Brooks, W. J. Crozier, Irwin Edman, Arthur S. Murphy, Harlow Shapley, Edward Shils and others, 1940-1941

Box 45., Folder 1

"A Democratic Survival," New York Herald Tribune, Dec. 1, 1940. Review of Emil Lederer, State of the Masses. Printed copy

Folder 2

"The Strange Career of Frederick L. Schuman: A Case Study in Fellow-Traveling," ca. 1940-1941. Written for Frank Trager. Notes and typescript

Folder 3

" Out of the Night Uncovers Underworld of a Rotted Religion," New Leader, Feb. 15, 1941. Review of Jan Valtin, Out of the Night. Typescript, printed copy, and letter by Benjamin Stolberg, 1941

Folder 4

"The Late Mr. Tate," Southern Review, Spring 1941. Holograph notes, typescript, and correspondence with I. A. Richards and another, 1941-1987

Folder 5

"The Counter-Reformation in American Education," Antioch Review, March 1941. Printed copy

Folder 6

"Positive Problems in Social Philosophy," May 1 and 12, 1941. Lectures. Typescript notes by Ernest Allyn Smith

Folder 7

"Reason and Revolution," New Republic, July 21, 1941. Review of Herbert Marcuse, Reason and Revolution. Letter, 1942

Folder 8

"Moscow Order Dissolving Communist Party in U.S. Would Swing Wide Public Support for U.S.S.R.," New Leader, Oct. 11, 1941. Galleys

Folder 9

Letter to the editor, Saturday Review, Oct. 24, 1941 (date written). Relates to Bernard Smith. Typescript

Folder 10

"Russia's Democracy Denied," New York Times, Oct. 29, 1941. Letter to the editor relating to a letter to the editor by Albert A. Volk. Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of Volk's letter, and printed copy of Volk's reply to Hook

Folder 11

"Social Change and Original Sin," New Leader, Nov. 8, 1941. Review of Sir Charles Sherrington, Man on His Nature, and Reinhold Niebuhr, The Nature and Destiny of Man. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Edwin Wilson and others, 1941-1948

Folder 12

"National Unity and 'Corporate Thinking,'" Menorah Journal, Jan. 1942. Galleys, printed copy, and correspondence, 1942

Folder 13

"Salvation by Semantics," Nation, Jan. 3, 1942. Review of S. I. Hayakawa, Language in Action: A Guide to Accurate Thinking. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 14

"Crisis of Our Culture," New York Herald Tribune, Jan. 11, 1942. Review of Pitirim A. Sorokin, The Crisis of Our Age: The Social and Cultural Outlook. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence, 1942

Folder 15

"Russia's Military Successes Do Not Whitewash Crimes at Home," New Leader, Jan. 31, 1942. Printed copy

Folder 16

"Philosophical Presuppositions of Democracy," Ethics, April 1942. Notes, holograph, and correspondence, 1942-1960

Folder 17

"Milton Mayer: Fake Jeremiah," New Leader, April 4, 1942. Reply to the article by Milton Mayer, "The Case against the Jew." Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of Mayer's article, clipping, and letters by Albert C. Barnes and others, 1942-1979

Folder 18

"Whitehead's Final Views," Nation, April 4, 1942. Review of Paul Arthur Schilpp, ed., The Philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead. Holograph, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 19

"Is Freedom of the Press Possible in a Planned Economy?" May 4, 1942. Discussion notes

Folder 20

"Two Views on Mortimer Adler and Milton Mayer," New Leader, May 16, 1942. Exchange with Francis E. McMahon relating to Hook's article "Milton Mayer: Fake Jeremiah." Typescript, printed copy, typescript and printed copy of McMahon's comments, and letter by Daniel Bell, 1942

Folder 21

"Theological Tom-Tom and Metaphysical Bagpipe," Humanist, Autumn 1942. Letters by George Boas, Horace M. Kallen, and M. C. Otto, 1942

Folder 22

"Sidney Hook Analyzes a New 'Faith' for the Businessman," New Leader, Sept. 5, 1942. Review of William Ernest Hocking, What Man Can Make of Man. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 23

"Legitimacy and Revolution," New Republic, Oct. 19, 1942. Review of Guglielmo Ferrero, The Principles of Power: The Great Political Crises of History. Holograph, printed copy, and letter by Alfred Kazin, 1942

Folder 24

The Hero in History: A Study in Limitation and Possibility, 1943. Reviews, miscellany, and correspondence with Charles A. Beard, Rushton Colbourn, James T. Farrell, Nathan Glazer, Irving Horowitz, J. Miller, Hans Reichenbach, Daniel Seligman, Wilmon H. Sheldon, Arnold J. Toynbee and others, 1942-1988

Box 46., Folder 1

"The New Failure of Nerve," Partisan Review, Jan.-Feb. 1943. Holograph (incomplete), typescript, printed copy, contract, printed comments by Malcolm Cowley, William Ferry, I. A. Richards, and Isaac Rosenfeld, and correspondence with Newton Arvin, Morris R. Cohen, John Gould Fletcher, C. Wright Mills and others, 1943-1959

Folder 2

"Education for the New Order," Nation, Feb. 27, 1943. Review of Alexander Meiklejohn, Education between Two Worlds. Typescript, printed copy, holograph reply by Meiklejohn, and letter by M. C. Otto, 1943

Folder 3

"A Critique: The Elite and the Masses," New Leader, March 20, 1943. Galleys

Folder 4

"And Rebuttal," Nation, March 20, 1943. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Mark Van Doren on Hook's article "Education for the New Order." Typescript, printed copy, and typescript and printed copies of Van Doren's comments, 1943

Folder 5

"Tribute to Carlo Tresca," Il Martello, March 28, 1943. Eulogy for Carlo Tresca. Typescript

Folder 6

"The Failure of the Left," Partisan Review, March-April 1943. Printed copy, and correspondence with James T. Farrell, 1943

Folder 7

"Reply by Mr. Hook," Partisan Review, March-April 1943. Letter to the editor relating to comments on Hook's article "The New Failure of Nerve." Printed copy, and printed copies of comments, 1943

Folder 8

"Philosophy of Art and Culture," Weekly Book Review, April 11, 1943. Review of Horace M. Kallen, Art and Freedom. Letter by Kallen, 1943

Folder 9

"The Politics of Wonderland," Partisan Review, May-June 1943. Reply to comments by David Merian on Hook's articles "The New Failure of Nerve" and "The Failure of the Left." Printed copy, printed copy of Merian's article, and correspondence with Dwight Macdonald and Meyer Schapiro, 1943-1953

Folder 10

"Experience and Intelligence," New Republic, Sept. 6, 1943. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Malcolm Cowley and I. Rosenfeld on Hook's article "The New Failure of Nerve." Printed copy, and printed copy of Rosenfeld's and Cowley's replies

Folder 11

"Can We Take Freedom to the Rest of the World?" Sept. 23, 1943. Town Meeting of the Air radio symposium with Reinhold Niebuhr, Robert A. Taft and Dixon Ryan Fox. Printed transcript

Folder 12

"Faith, Hope, and Dialectic: Merian in Wonderland," Partisan Review, Sept.-Oct. 1943. Reply to comments by David Merian on Hook's article "The Politics of Wonderland." Printed copy, and printed copy of Merian's comments, 1943

Folder 13

"Illusions of Our Time," Partisan Review, Sept.-Oct. 1943. Review of Harold J. Laski, Reflections on the Revolution of Our Time. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 14

"Charles Beard's Political Testament," Nation, Oct. 23, 1943. Review of Charles A. Beard, The Republic: Conversations on Fundamentals. Typescript, clipping fragment, and letter by Morris R. Cohen, 1943

Folder 15

"The Perpetual Debate," Nation, Dec. 11, 1943. Review of Henry Steele Commager, Majority Rule and Minority Rights. Typescript, printed copy, clipping, and letter, 1943

Folder 16

"Naturalism and Democracy," in Y. H. Krikorian, ed., Naturalism and the Human Spirit, 1944. Printed copy, mimeographed excerpts, and letter, 1944

Folder 17

"The Rebirth of Political Credulity," New Leader, Jan. 1, 1944. Printed copy, and letter by J. Miller, 1944

Folder 18

"Humanism and the Labor Movement," New Europe, Feb. 1944. Printed copy

Folder 19

"Marx and Engels: The Heritage and the Challenge," Feb. 3, 1944. Lecture, Rand School of Social Science, New York City. Typescript

Folder 20

"God, Geometry and the Good Society," Partisan Review, Spring 1944. Review of Mark Van Doren, Liberal Education. Letter, 1945

Folder 21

"Thirteen Arrows against Progressive Liberal Education," Humanist, Spring 1944. Printed copy

Folder 22

"Progressive Liberal Education," Nation, March 11, 1944. Review of Algo D. Henderson, Vitalizing Liberal Education: A Study of the Liberal Arts Program. Printed copy and letters, 1944

Folder 23

"Hitlerism: A Non-Metaphysical View," Contemporary Jewish Record, April 1944. Review of Konrad Heiden, Der Fuehrer. Letter, 1944

Folder 24

"Ballyhoo at St. John's," New Leader, May 27-June 3, 1944. Two-part article. Printed copies, and correspondence with Scott Buchanan, George S. Counts and others, 1944

Folder 25

"Is Physical Realism Sufficient?" Journal of Philosophy, Sept. 28, 1944. Printed copy

Folder 26

"Heroic Vitalism," Nation, Oct. 7, 1944. Review of Eric Russell Bentley, A Century of Hero-Worship. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Bentley, 1955-1956

Box 47., Folder 1

"If Only...," Nation, Oct. 28, 1944. Review of Ludwig von Mises, Omnipotent Government. Printed copy

Folder 2

"The Ends of Education," Journal of Educational Sociology, Nov. 1944. Typescript and letter, 1944

Folder 3

"An Apologist for St. John's College," New Leader, Nov. 25, 1944. Printed copy, clipping, and correspondence with Alexander Meiklejohn, 1945

Folder 4

"Road to Freedom," New Europe, Dec. 1944. Review of Bronislaw Malinowski, Freedom and Civilization. Printed copy

Folder 5

"Proletariat," in Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1945. Correspondence, 1945-1952

Folder 6

"The Dilemma of T. S. Eliot," Nation, Jan. 20, 1945. Typescripts, galleys, printed copy, galleys of a reply by Jacques Maritain, printed comments by others, and correspondence, 1945-1973

Folder 7

"The Degradation of the Word," New Leader, Jan. 27, 1945. Printed copy

Folder 8

"Man and the Universe of Symbols," Kenyon Review, Spring 1945. Review of Ernst Cassirer, An Essay on Man. Printed copy

Folder 9

"Freedom and Socialism: Reply to Max Eastman," New Leader, March 3, 1945. Printed copy and letter, 1945

Folder 10

"Democratic Faith and Puritan Piety," Nation, May 26, 1945. Review of Ralph Barton Perry, Puritanism and Democracy. Notes, typescript, galleys, printed copy, and letter, 1945

Folder 11

"The Case for Progressive Education," Saturday Evening Post, June 30, 1945. Typescript, printed copy, clipping, and correspondence, 1945

Folder 12

"A Discussion of the Theory of International Relations," Journal of Philosophy, Aug. 30, 1945. Contribution to a symposium. Printed copy

Folder 13

"Education for Vocation," Antioch Review, Sept. 1945. Correspondence, 1945-1946

Folder 14

"Are Naturalists Materialists?" Journal of Philosophy, Sept. 13, 1945 (co-author with John Dewey and Ernest Nagel). Printed copy, and letters by Harold Taylor and another, 1945-1946

Folder 15

Who Killed Carlo Tresca?Oct. 1945 (co-author with other members of the Carlo Tresca Memorial Committee). Pamphlet (reissued 1983). Printed copy and letter by Warren Hope, 1982-1983

Folder 16

"The Signs of Aldous Huxley," Saturday Review of Literature, Nov. 3, 1945. Review of Aldous Huxley, The Perennial Philosophy. Typescript

Folder 17

"Reflections on the Nuremberg Trial: A Summary Court-Martial for Nazi Criminals," New Leader, Nov. 17, 1945. Printed copy

Folder 18

"Bertrand Russell among the Sages," Nation, Dec. 1, 1945. Review of Bertrand Russell, A History of Western Philosophy. Typescripts, and correspondence with Melvin Lasky and others, 1945-1951

 

Education for Modern Man, 1946

Folder 19

General. Promotional flyer, contract, and reviews by John Dewey and others, 1946-1963

Folder 20

Correspondence with C. J. Ducasse, Felix Kaufmann, Gail Kennedy, Max Lerner, Meyer Schapiro, Milton Steinberg and others, 1946-1974

Folder 21

"Introduction," in Karl Kautsky, Social Democracy versus Communism, 1946. Letter, 1947

Folder 22

"Problems of Terminology in Historical Writing," in Theory and Practice in Historical Study: A Report of the Committee on Historiography, 1946 (co-author with Charles A. Beard). Correspondence, 1946-1954

Folder 23

"The Autonomy of Democratic Faith," American Scholar, Jan. 1946. Exchange with Raphael Demos. Copyright agreement, printed copy of article by Demos, printed copy of Hook's reply (incomplete), and correspondence with Demos and others, 1945-1979

Folder 24

"Fin du Mondisme: The Birth of a New World Mood in Face of Atombomb," New Leader, Jan. 23, 1946. Typescripts and printed copy

Folder 25

"Toward Intellectual Teamwork," Commentary, Feb. 1946. Correspondence with Edgar S. Brightman, Nels F. S. Ferre and others, 1945-1946

Folder 26

"What Is Philosophy?" Nation, March 30, 1946. Review of Brand Blanshard, Curt J. Ducasse, Charles V. Hendel, Arthur E. Murphy and Max C. Otto, Philosophy in American Education: Its Tasks and Opportunities. Printed copy, notes, and letter, 1945

Box 48., Folder 1

"Moral Values and/or Religion in Our Schools," Progressive Education, May 1946. Correspondence, 1954

Folder 2

Eulogy for Rudolf Kagey, May 15, 1946. Typescripts and letters, 1946

Folder 3

"The Philosophic Scene: Scientific Method on the Defensive," Commentary, June 1946. Printed copy and letter, 1946

Folder 4

"Russia's Foreign Policy," New York Times, Oct. 17, 1946. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Arthur Upham Pope. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 5

"Integrity of Criticism," New York Times, Nov. 2, 1946. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Arthur Upham Pope on Hook's letter "Russia's Foreign Policy." Printed copy, and printed copy of Pope's comments, 1946

Folder 6

The National Council of Jewish Women on the Present-Day Jewish Scene: A Program Survey of the Organization, Dec. 1946. Pamphlet. Printed copy, report by the National Council of Jewish Women, and letters, 1946

Folder 7

"Synthesis or Eclecticism?" Philosophy and Phenomelogical Research, Dec. 1946. Printed copy, and letters by Jerome N. Frank and William H. Kilpatrick, 1947

Folder 8

"Atheism," in Collier's Encyclopedia, 1947. Typescript and letter, 1947

Folder 9

Freedom and Experience: Essays Presented to Horace M. Kallen, 1947 (co-editor with Milton R. Konvitz). Contract, reviews, clipping, and correspondence with T. D. Seymour Bassett, Jacob Billikopf, Milton R. Konvitz, Morton White and others, 1947-1974

Folder 10

"The Philosophical Basis of American Socialism," Jan. 8, 1947. Lecture, Princeton University. Outline, and letter by Donald D. Egbert, 1946

Folder 11

"The Plural Sources of Jewish Life in America," Jan. 25, 1947. Speech, American Jewish Committee conference. Holograph outline, mimeograph, memorandum on conference, and letters by Horace M. Kallen and Joshua Lieberman, 1945-1947

Folder 12

"The Future of Democratic Socialism," Partisan Review, Jan.-Feb. 1947. Correspondence with Dorothy Butler Howells, 1947

Folder 13

"Philosophy and the Police," Nation, Feb. 15, 1947. Review of John Somerville, Soviet Philosophy: A Study of Theory and Practice. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 14

"Totalitarian Liberalism," Time, Feb. 17, 1947. Printed copy and letter, 1947

Folder 15

"Intelligence and Evil in Human History: An Answer to Intellectual Defeatism," Commentary, March 1947. Printed copy and letters, 1947

Folder 16

"What Exactly Do We Mean by Democracy?" New York Times Magazine, March 16, 1947. Correspondence with Lester Markel, Thomas H. Uzzell and others, 1947-1950

Folder 17

Letter to the editor, New York Times, March 20, 1947 (date written). Relates to Henry A. Wallace. Typescript

Folder 18

"First Reflections on 'Ideas for a New Party'," May 1, 1947 (date written). Typescript and letter to Lewis Corey, 1947

Folder 19

Letter to the editor, Philosophical Review, May 1, 1947 (date written). Relates to review by Henry Merritt Wriston of Hook's book Education for Modern Man. Typescript and galleys

Folder 20

"...And a Response," Nation, May 10, 1947. Letter to the editor in reply to a letter to the editor by John Somerville relating to Hook's review "Philosophy and the Police." Typescript, printed copy, typescript and printed copies of Somerville's letter, and letters by Somerville and Randall Jarrell, 1947

Folder 21

"Are Carasso's 'Disciplines' Democratic?" Humanist, Summer 1947. Printed copy

Folder 22

"An Unanswered Letter to the American Jewish Congress," New Leader, July 5, 1947. Letter to the editor relating to the American Jewish Congress. Printed copy

Folder 23

"Sectarian Education," New York Times, Oct. 1, 1947 (co-author with others). Letter to the editor relating to the American Council on Education. Letters, 1947

Folder 24

Radio address, WMCA, Oct. 16, 1947. Reply to a broadcast by J. Raymond Walsh relating to arbitration of a labor dispute regarding the National Council of Jewish Women. Typescripts, printed arbitration decision, typescript of Walsh's broadcast, and correspondence with Walsh and others, 1947

Folder 25

"Mr. Fly's Web of Confusions: An Analysis of a Befuddled Decision," New Leader, Oct. 18, 1947. Typescripts, galleys, printed copy, clippings, and letters, 1947

Folder 26

"Is the U.S. a Republic or a Democracy?" New York Times Magazine, Oct. 19, 1947. Correspondence, printed copy of comments by readers, and letters, 1947-1950

Folder 27

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Oct. 29, 1947 (date written). Relates to Horace M. Kallen. Holograph and typescript

Folder 28

Interview, Nov. 6, 1947. Radio broadcast (in German). Mimeographed transcript

Box 49., Folder 1

"The Source of Value," New York Times, Nov. 16, 1947. Review of Clarence I. Lewis, An Analysis of Knowledge and Valuation. Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of a review of Lewis by Charles A. Baylis, and letter, 1947

Folder 2

"Mr. Fly Entangles Himself More Deeply," New Leader, Nov. 22, 1947. Reply to comments by James Lawrence Fly on Hook's article "Mr. Fly's Web of Confusions." Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence, 1947-1952

Folder 3

"Light on a Moot Point," New Leader, Nov. 29, 1947. Letter to the editor relating to Hook's article "Mr. Fly Entangles Himself More Deeply." Typescript, printed copy, and clipping, 1947

Folder 4

"Some Philosophical Facets of Anglo-American Culture," Dec. 1947. Speech, Conference on the Heritage of English-Speaking Peoples and Their Responsibility, Sept. 1947. Printed copy and program, 1947

Folder 5

"Does the New Foreign Policy Lead to Peace or War?" ca. 1947-1948. Typescript

Folder 6

"Do Communists Believe in Force and Violence?" 1948. Prospectus and letter, 1948

Folder 7

"Humanism and the Labor Movement," in Feliks Gross, ed., European Ideologies, 1948. Correspondence with Gross and another, 1948-1949

Folder 8

"The Meaning of Freedom," 1948? Radio address. Typescript

Folder 9

"Portrait: John Dewey," American Scholar, Winter 1948. Printed copy, and correspondence with Jacob Billikopf, John Dewey and others, 1947-1949

Folder 10

"Meeting of Logic and the Arts," New York Times, Jan. 11, 1948. Review of F. S. C. Northrop, The Logic of the Sciences and the Humanities. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1949

Folder 11

"On the Casting Out of Devils," New York Times, Jan. 25, 1948. Review of Sir Norman Angell, The Steep Places. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1948

Folder 12

"On Historical Understanding," Partisan Review, Feb. 1948. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 13

"The Communist Manifesto One Hundred Years After," New York Times Magazine, Feb. 1, 1948. Typescript and correspondence, 1948-1949

Folder 14

"Why Democracy is Better," Commentary, March 1948. Mimeographed excerpts and correspondence, 1948-1949

Folder 15

"The State: Servile or Free?" New Leader, March 13, 1948. Printed copy, and correspondence with Milton R. Konvitz and another, 1948-1957

Folder 16

"Academic Freedom," New York Times, March 23, 1948. Letter to the editor relating to academic freedom in Eastern Europe. Typescript, printed copy, flyer incorporating excerpts from Hook's text, and correspondence, 1948

Folder 17

"The Literature of Disenchantment," New York Times, May 16, 1948. Review of Freda Utley, Lost Illusion. Holograph, typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1948

Folder 18

Letter to the editor, American Scholar, Summer 1948. Relates to the American Scholar Forum on American Foreign Policy. Typescript, and correspondence, 1948

Folder 19

"Mr. Toynbee's City of God," Partisan Review, June 1948. Review of Arnold J. Toynbee, Civilization on Trial. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 20

"Recommendation," Partisan Review, June 1948. Letter to the editor relating to Jerzy Gliksman, Tell the West. Printed copy

Folder 21

"The Psychology of the Imagination," June 22, 1948. Review of Jean-Paul Sartre, The Psychology of the Imagination. Typescript and letter, 1948

Folder 22

Letter to the editor, American Scholar, June 23, 1948 (date written). Reply to comments by Howard Selsam on Hook's article "Portrait: John Dewey." Typescript and correspondence, 1948

Folder 23

"The Pursuit of Happiness," Life, July 12, 1948. Letters, 1948-1949

Folder 24

"Drei Grundzge Westlichen Denkens," Monat, Nov. 1948. Correspondence with Melvin J. Lasky, 1949

Folder 25

"Russia's Slave Labor," New York Times, Nov. 2, 1948. Typescript and letter, 1948

Folder 26

"New Palestine Party," New York Times, Dec. 4, 1948 (co-author with others). Letter to the editor relating to the Freedom Party of Israel. Printed copy, clippings, and letter, 1948-1982

Folder 27

John Dewey: Philosopher of Science and Freedom, 1949 (editor). Contract, review, and correspondence with Henry Aiken, George Boas, Herbert Feigl, Lawrence K. Frank, Felix Frankfurter, Horace L. Friess, Horace M. Kallen, Felix Kaufmann, Gail Kennedy, Milton R. Konvitz, Harry Laidler, Edwin W. Patterson, Wilfrid Sellars, Morton White and others, 1949-1971

Folder 28

"Nature and the Human Spirit," in Proceedings: 10th International Congress of Philosophy, 1949. Printed copy and letter, 1948

Folder 29

"A Systematic Philosophy, and Testament, by Mr. Russell," New York Times, Jan. 2, 1949. Review of Bertrand Russell, Human Knowledge: Its Scope and Limits. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 30

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Jan. 24, 1949 (date written). Relates to Corliss Lamont. Typescript

Folder 31

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Jan. 26, 1949 (date written). Relates to a letter to the editor by Henry Pratt Fairchild on education in the Soviet Union. Typescript, printed copy of Fairchild's letter, and letter, 1949

Folder 32

"Communism and the Intellectuals," American Mercury, Feb. 1949. Printed copy, clipping, and correspondence with James K. McGuire, W. A. Orton, Henry Regnery, Mrs. Raymond Allen Stolle, Freda Utley and others, 1948-1950

Box 50., Folder 1

"Should Communists Be Permitted to Teach?" New York Times Magazine, Feb. 27, 1949. Mimeographed and printed copies, typescript and printed copies of comments by Robert K. Carr, Kai Nielsen, Norman Thomas and others, and correspondence with Carr, Jacob Billikopf, W. P. Clark, Will Dennes, C. J. Ducasse, Arthur B. Moehlman, John Nason, Henry M. Pachter, Herbert Solow (with attached memorandum), Ralph D. Tanz, Bernard Weitzman and others, 1949-1956

Folder 2

"International Communism," Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, March 1949. Printed copy, and correspondence with Harold H. Burton, William O. Douglas, Frank Murphy, Wiley Rutledge and others, 1949

Folder 3

"On the Battlefield of Philosophy," Partisan Review, March 1949. Holograph, typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Herbert Solow and others, 1948-1949

Folder 4

"The Philosophy of Democracy as a Philosophy of History," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, March 1949. Printed copy, and correspondence with Clarence I. Lewis, Paul Arthur Schilpp and others, 1948-1953

Folder 5

"Geneticist's Dismissal Weighed," New York Times, March 7, 1949. Printed copy

Folder 6

"Freedom and Control in Our Time," March 12, 1949. Speech, New York University. Holograph, typescript, and mimeograph

Folder 7

Letter to the editor, American Mercury, March 18, 1949 (date written). Reply to a letter to the editor by James K. McGuire relating to Hook's article "Communism and the Intellectuals." Galleys, and galleys of McGuire's letter

Folder 8

Statement, March 20, 1949. Relates to the Scientific and Cultural Conference for World Peace, New York City. Typescript

Folder 9

"Academic Freedom and Communism," New York Times Magazine, March 27, 1949. Mimeograph, letters and comments by others, including mimeographed and printed copies of a reply by Alexander Meiklejohn with attached notes by Hook, 1949-1951

Folder 10

"Science and Freedom," March 27, 1949. Speech on behalf of Americans for Intellectual Freedom, New York City. Mimeograph and clippings, 1949

Folder 11

"Stand of the Liberals," New York Times, April l3, 1949 (with George S. Counts). Letter to the editor relating to comments by Theodore Brameld on Americans for Intellectual Freedom. Typescript, printed copy, printed reply by Brameld, and letter by Alfred Korzybski, 1949

Folder 12

"The Fellow-Traveler: A Study in Psychology," New York Times Magazine, April 17, 1949. Typescript, printed copies (in English and in German), and correspondence with Talbot Hamlin, H. E. Hanson and others, 1949-1950

Folder 13

Letter to the editor, Reconstructionist, April 20, 1949 (date written). Relates to Americans for Intellectual Freedom. Typescript

Folder 14

"Dr. Hook Protests," Nation, April 30, 1949. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Freda Kirchwey on Americans for Intellectual Freedom. Typescript, printed copy, and printed comments by Kirchwey and others, 1949

Folder 15

"Science, Freedom and Peace," April 30, 1949. Speech, International Day of Resistance to Dictatorship and War, Paris. Mimeograph, printed copy, and correspondence with Norman Cousins, 1949

Folder 16

"Reflections on the Jewish Question," Partisan Review, May 1949. Review of Jean-Paul Sartre, Anti-Semite and Jew. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with William Elton, Len Krasner, and Philip Rahv, 1949-1988

Folder 17

"A Gallant American Rebel," New York Times, July 17, 1949. Review of Ray Ginger, The Bending Cross: A Biography of Eugene Victor Debs. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 18

"The Literature of Political Disillusionment," American Association of University Professors Bulletin, Sept. 1949. Correspondence with Ralph E. Himstead and another, 1949-1958

Folder 19

"What Shall We Do about Communist Teachers?" Saturday Evening Post, Sept. 10, 1949. Printed copy, and correspondence with George E. Axtelle, Ralph H. Lutz, Norman Thomas and others, 1949-1950

Folder 20

"Academic Integrity and Academic Freedom," Commentary, Oct. 1949. Printed copy, clippings, galleys of comments by another, and correspondence with George E. Axtelle, Charles Baylis, Max Beloff, Elliot E. Cohen, William Dennes, C. J. Ducasse, Thomas Emerson, Horace Friess, Helen M. Lynd, Glenn R. Morrow, Arthur E. Murphy, David Riesman and others, 1949-1974

Folder 21

"How USSR Utilizes Psychological Pressures," Oct. 6, 1949. Lecture, U.S. Air War College, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. Notes, clippings, and letters, 1949

Folder 22

"John Dewey at Ninety: The Man and His Philosophy," New Leader, Oct. 22, 1949. Printed copy

Box 51., Folder 1

"Academic Freedoms: Academic Confusions," Journal of Higher Education, Nov. 1949. Correspondence, 1949

Folder 2

"Soviet Party Philosophy," New York Times, Nov. 18, 1949. Letter to the editor relating to Soviet philosophy. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 3

"Professor Hook Replies," Commentary, Dec. 1949. Letter to the editor in reply to responses by Helen M. Lynd and Arthur E. Murphy relating to Hook's article "Academic Integrity and Academic Freedom." Holograph, typescript, printed copy, typescript and printed copies of letters to the editor by Lynd and Murphy, galleys and printed copy of comments by Irving Howe and another, and correspondence, 1949

Folder 4

"The Place of John Dewey in Modern Thought," in Marvin Farber, ed., Philosophic Thought in France and the United States, 1950. Typescript and correspondence with Farber, 1948-1949

Folder 5

Review of Herbert Butterfield, Writings on Christianity and History, 1950. Holograph (incomplete)

Folder 6

Review of Leo Huberman, The Truth about Socialism, 1950. Typescript and letter, 1950

Folder 7

"Science and Totalitarianism," 1950. Holograph

Folder 8

Letter to the editor, Socialist Commentary, Jan. l8, 1950 (date written). Relates to communism in China. Typescript, biographical sketch, and correspondence, 1950

Folder 9

"The Tangled Problems of Democracy," New York Times, Feb. 26, 1950. Review of R. M. MacIver, The Ramparts We Guard. Typescript, biographical sketch, and letter, 1950

Folder 10

"Religion and the Intellectuals," Partisan Review, March 1950. Clipping and correspondence, 1950-1951

Folder 11

"Mr. Hook Replies," Commentary, March 1950. Reply to letter to the editor by Harold Taylor in response to Hook's letter to the editor relating to Hook's article, "Professor Hook Replies." Holograph, typescript, letter by Elliot Cohen, and typescript copy of Taylor's comments, 1950

Folder 12

"The Scientist in Politics," New York Times Magazine, April 9, 1950. Reply to George A. Kolstad. Typescript, printed copy, galleys of Kolstad's article, and correspondence with Kolstad, A. J. Muste and others, 1950

Folder 13

"Lenin, oder die Rolle des Einzelnen," Monat, May 1950. Typescript (in English), and letter, 1949

Folder 14

"Communists in the Colleges," New Leader, May 6, 1950. Printed copy and clipping, 1950

Folder 15

"The Degradation of the Word: The Kremlin's New Weapon," May 17, 1950. Typescript and correspondence, 1950

Folder 16

Review of Albert Einstein, Out of My Later Years, May 31, 1950. Typescript

Folder 17

"Heresy, Yes, But Conspiracy, No," New York Times Magazine, July 9, 1950. Printed copy, clippings, and correspondence, 1950-1952

Folder 18

"Rejoinder to Mr. Van den Haag," Partisan Review, July-Aug. 1950. Reply to Ernest van den Haag's response to Hook's article "Religion and the Intellectuals." Typescript, printed copy, and letter by Van den Haag, 1950-1983

Folder 19

"The Berlin Congress," Manchester Guardian Weekly, Sept. 7, 1950. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Hugh Trevor-Roper on the Congress for Cultural Freedom. Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of Trevor-Roper's article, and correspondence, 1950

Folder 20

"Past and Present of the Case that Shook the Nation," New York Times, Sept. 24, 1950. Review of Alistair Cooke, A Generation on Trial: U.S.A. v. Alger Hiss. Typescript, printed copy, notes, and letter by Nora de Toledano, 1950

Folder 21

"The Berlin Congress for Cultural Freedom," Partisan Review, Sept.-Oct. 1950. Holograph, typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with A. J. Muste and another, 1950

Folder 22

"The University of California and the Non-Communist Oath," New York Times, Oct. 1, 1950. Review of George R. Stewart, et al., The Year of the Oath. Typescript, printed copy, clipping, and correspondence with Andrew H. Horn, John Francis Neylan and others, 1950-1951

Folder 23

"Encounter in Berlin," New Leader, Oct. 14, 1950. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 24

"How to Stop Russia Without War," New York Post, Oct. 22, 1950. Review of Boris Shub, The Choice. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence, 1950

Folder 25

"A Reply," New York Times, Nov. 19, 1950. Letter to the editor in reply to letters to the editor by Matthew Held, Thomas O. Mabbott, Richard E. Richman, and Jeff Thomas, relating to Hook's review "The University of California and the Non-Communist Oath." Typescript, printed copy, printed copies of the letters by Held, Mabbott, Richman and Thomas, and letter, 1950

Folder 26

"Why They Switch Loyalties," New York Times Magazine, Nov. 26, 1950. Holograph, galleys, clippings, printed comments by Gordon Haskell, and correspondence with Alfred Kohlberg, Melvin Lasky, Lester Markel and others, 1948-1954

Folder 27

"U.N. Stand on Korea," New York Times, Dec. 15, 1950. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Ralph Barton Perry. Typescript, printed copy, and printed copies of Perry's comments and subsequent reply, 1950

Folder 28

"General Education: Its Nature and Purposes," in Horace T. Morse, ed., General Education in Transition, 1951. Correspondence, 1949-1951

Folder 29

"Nature and the Human Spirit," in Salo Baron, Ernest Nagel and K. S. Pinson, eds., Freedom and Reason: Studies in Philosophy and Jewish Culture in Memory of Morris Raphael Cohen, 1951. Printed copy and letter, 1948-1951

Folder 30

Speech, 1951. Relates to the Congress for Cultural Freedom. Holograph

Box 52., Folder 1

"The Danger of Authoritarian Attitudes in Teaching Today," School and Society, Jan. 20, 1951. Printed copy, press release, and correspondence, 1950-1964

Folder 2

"Communists: Authoritarians in the Schools," Socialist Call, Jan. 26, 1951. Letter to the editor relating to an article by Seymour Martin Lipset. Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of Lipset's article, and letter, 1951

Folder 3

"Coverage of Rousset Trial," New York Times, Feb. 15, 1951 (co-author with Roger Baldwin, George S. Counts, Arthur Koestler, Reinhold Niebuhr, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and Norman Thomas). Letter to the editor relating to David Rousset. Printed copy

Folder 4

"The Conflict between the Democratic and Communist Ideologies," March 9, 1951. Prepared for the U.S. Naval War College. Typescript, mimeograph, and holograph discussion outline

Folder 5

"To Counter the Big Lie: A Basic Strategy," New York Times Magazine, March 11, 1951. Printed copy, galleys and printed copies of responses by Harry Frankel and Matthew Held, and correspondence with Lester Markel, Michael A. Musmanno and others, 1951

Folder 6

"A Case Study in Anti-Secularism," Partisan Review, March 18, 1951. Review of Eliseo Vivas, The Moral Life and the Ethical Life. Typescript, typescript copy of a review by Ernest Nagel, typescript comments by others, and correspondence with Ashley Montagu, Max C. Otto and others, 1951-1952

Folder 7

"Modes of Jewish Life," March 25, 1951. Holograph outline and clipping

Folder 8

Letter to the editor, Time, March 30, 1951 (date written). Relates to The Nation. Typescript

Folder 9

"The Battle of Ideologies," April 1951. Speech. Clippings

Folder 10

Speech, May 3, 1951. Relates to the Congress for Cultural Freedom. Typescripts

Folder 11

"Liberty, Society and Mr. Santayana," New York Times, May 6, 1951. Review of George Santayana, Dominations and Powers: Reflections on Liberty, Society and Government. Printed copy and letters from Ralph Barton Perry and another, 1951

Folder 12

Interview, Amherst Student, May 17, 1951. Comments by Hook on academic freedom. Printed copy, and printed copy of comments by Alexander Meiklejohn

Folder 13

"Academic Freedom," New York Times, May 27, 1951. Letter to the editor relating to education in the U.S. Typescript, printed copy, and clipping, 1951

Folder 14

"From Plato to Hegel to Marx," New York Times, July 22, 1951. Review of Karl R. Popper, The Open Society and Its Enemies. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1950-1951

Folder 15

"Interpreting the Madison Incident," New York Times, Aug. 21, 1951. Letter to the editor relating to the Stockholm Peace Petition. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 16

"Bread, Freedom and Businessmen," Fortune, Sept. 1951. Notes, typescripts, holograph outlines, clipping, and correspondence with Lester Markel, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Norman Thomas and others, 1951-1956

Folder 17

"Why Petitions Are Rejected," New York Times, Sept. 3, 1951. Letter to the editor in reply to comments by James Tyler on Hook's letter "Interpreting the Madison Incident." Holograph and printed copy

Folder 18

"The Dangers in 'Cultural Vigilantism,'" New York Times Magazine, Sept. 30, 1951. Printed copy, printed copy of response by Emma Stokes, and correspondence with Lester Markel and others, 1951-1956

Folder 19

"The Use and Abuse of Words," New Leader, Oct. 15, 1951. Review of Richard McKeon, ed., Democracy in a World of Tensions. Printed copy, and letters to John Dewey and others, 1950-1952

Folder 20

"Russia by Moonshine," New Leader, Nov. 12-19, 1951. Two-part article. Holograph, printed copy, and letter, 1951

Folder 21

Heresy, Yes, Conspiracy, No!, 1952. Pamphlet. Printed copy

Folder 22

Letter to the editor, New York Times, 1952. Relates to comments by Ralph Barton Perry on George Kennan. Holograph, and printed copy of Perry's comments, 1952

Folder 23

"The Philosophical Basis of Marxian Socialism in the United States," in Donald Drew Egbert and Stow Persons, ed., Socialism and American Life, 1952. Correspondence with Egbert and another, 1951

Folder 24

"Perennial and Temporal Goals in Education," Journal of Higher Education, Jan. 1952. Annotated printed copy and correspondence, 1951

Folder 25

"Mindless Empiricism," Journal of Philosophy, Feb. 14, 1952. Printed copy, and correspondence with Arthur O. Lovejoy, Ralph Barton Perry and others, 1951-1953

Folder 26

"Not Mindful Enough," Journal of Philosophy, Feb. 14, 1952. Reply to a response by Victor Lowe to Hook's article "Mindless Empiricism." Printed copy

Folder 27

"Is America in the Grip of Hysteria?" New Leader, March 3, 1952. Editorial reply to Bertrand Russell. Typescript, printed copy, and typescript and printed copies of response by Russell

Folder 28

Statement, March 12, 1952 (co-author with others). Relates to the 35th anniversary of the Russian Revolution. Clipping and letter, 1952

Folder 29

"Cultural Freedom and Starving Men: A Case for Democracy," Bharat Jyoti, March 16, 1952. Printed copy

Folder 30

"Ideological Factors in Formulation of Strategy," March 21, 1952. Lecture, U.S. Naval War College. Transcript and letter, 1952

Box 53., Folder 1

"The Problem of the Individual in a Totalitarian Society," ca. March 28-30, 1952. Speech, Symposium on the Contemporary Scene, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. Typescript, mimeograph, and printed copy

Folder 2

"Academic Freedom," April 18, 1952. Speech, National Conference on Higher Education, Chicago. Mimeograph and letters, 1952-1962

Folder 3

"The Role of Intelligence in Our Moral Awakening," April 26, 1952. Remarks upon receipt of John Dewey Award for Distinguished L. I. D. [League for Industrial Democracy] Alumni. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Harry W. Laidler, 1951-1952

Folder 4

"Degrees of Soviet Scholarship," New York Times, April 28, 1952. Relates to academic freedom in the Soviet Union. Typescript

Folder 5

"The Faiths of Whittaker Chambers," New York Times, May 25, 1952. Review of Whittaker Chambers, Witness. Typescript, printed copy, typescript copies of comments by others, clippings, and correspondence with Henry Grunwald, Frank L. Howley, Henry Hurwitz, Horace M. Kallen, Ferdinand Lundberg, John Maass, P. J. McGirr, DeWitt C. Poole, Herman F. Reissig, Meyer Schapiro, Frank N. Trager and others, 1952

Folder 6

"Academic Manners and Morals," Journal of Higher Education, June 1952. Printed copy, and correspondence with C. J. Ducasse, Howard E. Jensen, Glenn Negley and others, 1952

Folder 7

"A Reply," New York Times, June 22, 1952. Letter to the editor in reply to letters to the editor by Herman F. Reissig and others relating to Hook's review "The Faiths of Whittaker Chambers." Typescript, printed copy, printed copies of the letters to the editor by Reissig and others, and letters, 1952

Folder 8

"One Hit, One Miss," Twentieth Century, July 1952. Review of Paul Blanshard, Communism, Democracy and Catholic Power. Letter, 1952

Folder 9

"Our Country and Our Culture," Partisan Review, Sept. 1952. Contribution to a symposium. Printed copy and correspondence, 1952-1983

Folder 10

"Some Memories of John Dewey (1859-1952)," Commentary, Sept. 1952. Printed copy, and letters by H. R. Gottlieb, Martin Herskowits, Estella Levinson, J. Salwyn Schapiro, Joseph Waldman, Frank Winston and others, 1952

Folder 11

"Letter to an English Friend," New Leader, Oct. 13, 1952. Letter to William J. Smith. Printed copy, printed copy of comments by Sidney Koretz, and correspondence with Smith, 1952

Folder 12

"Fall of the Town of Usher," New Leader, Oct. 27, 1952. Printed comments from readers, and correspondence, 1952

Folder 13

"Communists Practice 'Educational Fraud': Party Membership Is Relevant Question," Square Bulletin [Washington Square College, New York University], Oct. 29, 1952. Relates to suspension of Edwin Berry Burgum. Printed copies, clippings, flyer, and printed copies of statements by Burgum, 1952

Folder 14

"Hook Reaccuses Burgum," Square Bulletin, Nov. 7, 1952. Response to Edwin Berry Burgum's reply to Hook's article "Communists Practice 'Educational Fraud': Party Membership is Relevant Question." Typescript and printed copies, typescript and printed copies of reply by Burgum, clippings, typescript letter to Herbert Aptheker, and printed copy of Aptheker's reply, 1952-1953

Folder 15

"John Dewey and Dr. Barnes," Commentary, Nov. 1952. Correspondence, 1953

Folder 16

"Mr. Schlesinger's Record," American Mercury, Nov. 1952. Letter to the editor relating to Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. Typescript, and correspondence with Schlesinger and James Burnham, 1952

Folder 17

"What Is 'Guilt by Association?'" American Mercury, Nov. 1952. Printed copy and correspondence, 1952-1953

Folder 18

"Lattimore on the Moscow Trials," New Leader, Nov. 10, 1952. Printed copy, and letters by Alfred Kohlberg and another, 1952

Folder 19

"A Trans-Atlantic Dialogue," New Leader, Dec. 8, 1952. Exchange between Sidney Hook and W. J. Smith and B. J. Green in response to Hook's article "Letter to an English Friend." Printed copy, and printed copies of comments by Smith and Green

Folder 20

"The Job of the Teacher in Days of Crisis," New York Times Magazine, Dec. 14, 1952. Printed copy and correspondence, 1952-1955

Folder 21

Letter to the editor, Reconstructionist, Dec. 30, 1952 (date written). Relates to Jack Perlman and Harold Weisberg. Typescript and correspondence, 1953

Folder 22

Comment on Harry Barnes, 1953. Typescript, and correspondence with Edwin H. Wilson, 1953

Folder 23

"Confluence of Modern Philosophic Thought," 1953. Projected anthology to be co-edited with Roy Wood Sellars; never completed. Correspondence with Sellars, Arthur F. Bentley, Egon Brunswik, Harry T. Costello, Herbert Feigl, Arnold Isenberg, Gilbert Ryle and others, and notes, 1950-1953

Folder 24

"The Ethics of Academic Freedom," in Academic Freedom, Logic and Religion, 1953. Symposium with George Boas. Printed copy and clipping, 1953

 

Heresy, Yes, Conspiracy, No, 1953

Box 54., Folder 1

Correspondence with James B. Conant, John E. Connor, C. J. Ducasse, Max Eastman, Frank L. Howley, Elia Kazan, Clarence I. Lewis, Glenn Morrow, Harry A. Overstreet, Michael Polanyi, Meyer Schapiro, Hans Thirring, Norman Thomas, Karl A. Wittfogel and others, 1952-1969

Folder 2-3

Reviews, 1953-1955

Folder 4

"Philosophy of Democracy as a Philosophy of History," in Sidney Ratner, ed., Vision and Action, 1953. Letter to Ratner, 1952

Folder 5

"Science and Dialectical Materialism," 1953. Speech, Congress for Cultural Freedom Meeting on Science and Freedom, Berlin. Typescript, printed copy (in French), and correspondence, 1953-1955

Folder 6

"Does the Smith Act Threaten Our Liberties?" Commentary, Jan. 1953. Notes, and correspondence with Will Herberg, Milton R. Konvitz, Ruth Barcan Marcus, Roscoe Pound, Elliot L. Richardson, Eugene V. Rostow, Delmore Schwartz and others, 1953

Folder 7

"Editorial," Life, Jan. 12, 1953. Letter to the editor relating to communism in the U.S. Typescript, printed copy, clipping, and correspondence, 1952-1953

Folder 8

"Soviet Anti-Semitism," New York Times, Jan. 30, 1953. Letter to the editor. Printed copy and correspondence, 1953

Folder 9

"Education: Campuses Unlimited," New York Times Magazine, Feb. 1, 1953. Correspondence, 1953

Folder 10

"Sidney Hook Replies to British Critic of U.S. Foreign Policy," New Leader, Feb. 2, 1953. Letter to the editor relating to comments by B. J. Green. Printed copy

Folder 11

Statement, Freedom in Education Panel, Civil Liberties Conference, New York City, Feb. 12, 1953. Mimeograph, mimeographed statement by Louis M. Hacker, and clippings, 1953

Folder 12

"The Place of the Public School in American Life," New York Times, Feb. 15, 1953. Review of James Bryant Conant, Education and Liberty: The Role of the School in a Modern Democracy. Printed copy and correspondence, 1953

Folder 13

"Occasional, Penetrating Insights into the Nature of Man," New York Times, Feb. 16, 1953. Review of Paul Arthur Schilpp, ed., The Philosophy of Karl Jaspers. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 14

"Should We Stress Armaments or Political Warfare?" New Leader, Feb. 23, 1953. Printed copy

Folder 15

"Mr. Hook Replies," Commentary, March 1953. Relates to comments by Osmond K. Fraenkel, Albert Goldman, and Adelaide and Charles R. Walker III on Hook's article "Does the Smith Act Threaten Our Liberties?" Typescript, printed copy, and typescript and printed copies of Fraenkel's, Goldman's, and the Walkers' comments, 1953

Folder 16

"Indoctrination and Academic Freedom," New Leader, March 9, 1953. Printed copies, clipping, printed copies of response by Milton R. Konvitz and reply to Konvitz by Ernest van den Haag, printed comments by others, and correspondence with Milton R. Konvitz and others, 1953

Folder 17

Panel discussion, Howard University Conference on Academic Freedom, March 11, 1953. Printed transcript and correspondence, 1953

Folder 18

"A Reply to the Editors' 'In Justice to Mr. Conant,'" New York Times, March 15, 1953. Letter to the editor relating to James Bryant Conant. Typescript

Folder 19

"Freedom in American Culture," New Leader, April 6, 1953. Printed copy

Box 55., Folder 1

"Can We Trust Our Teachers?" Saturday Review, April 18, 1953. Printed copy, and printed copies of letters to the editor

Folder 2

Letter to the editor, American Mercury, April 24, 1953 (date written). Relates to J. B. Matthews. Typescript

Folder 3

"Mr. McCarthy Criticized," New York Times, May 8, 1953. Letter to the editor relating to Joseph R. McCarthy. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Robert Gorham Davis, Alfred Kohlberg, I. M. Landon, Melvin J. Lasky and others, 1953

Folder 4

"The Words Came Easily," New York Times, May 17, 1953. Review of Kingsley Martin, Harold Laski. Holograph, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 5

"The Party Line in Psychology," New Leader, May 25, 1953. Review of Brian H. Kirman, This Matter of Mind. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 6

Letter to the editor, New School Bulletin, May 26, 1953 (date written). Relates to Ralph Barton Perry. Typescript

Folder 7

Letter to the editor, New York Times, June 1953? Relates to comments on Hook's review "The Words Came Easily." Typescript

Folder 8

Letter to the editor, Freedom and Union, June 8, 1953 (date written). Relates to David C. Williams. Typescript

Folder 9

"The Lion and the Flea," Humanist, Fall 1953. Exchange with Harry Elmer Barnes and others. Printed copy, and printed copies of comments by Barnes and others

Folder 10

"The Nature of Liberal Civilization: A Discussion Between Sidney Hook and Bertrand Russell," Sept. 25, 1953. Transcript of a British Broadcasting Corporation production of a discussion between Hook and Russell. Letters, typescript, and proofs, 1984.

Scope and Content Note

See also Audiovisual File
Folder 11

Interview, Les Nouvelles Litteraires Artistiques et Scientifiques, Oct. 15, 1953. Printed copy

Folder 12

"The Fifth Amendment: A Moral Issue," New York Times Magazine, Nov. 1, 1953. Mimeograph, printed copy, clipping, and correspondence with Lester Markel, O. John Rogge and others, 1953-1955

Folder 13

"The Quest for 'Being,'" Journal of Philosophy, Nov. 19, 1953. Printed copies and correspondence, 1953-1967

Folder 14

"The Development of American Thought," and "Religious Thought in America," in Morris R. Cohen, American Thought: A Critical Sketch (Felix S. Cohen, ed.), 1954. Partial manuscript developed in collaboration with Morris R. Cohen. Typescripts, typescript review by Hook, and correspondence with Felix S. Cohen, 1932-1954

Folder 15

"Modern Education and Its Critics," American Association of Colleges Yearbook, 1954. Printed copy, and correspondence with J. H. Randall, Israel Scheffler and others, 1953-1958

Folder 16

"The Ethics of Controversy," New Leader, Feb. 1, 1954. Holograph, printed copy, and correspondence with Alfred Kohlberg and others, 1954-1968

Folder 17

"Modern Education and its Critics," Feb. 12, 1954. Speech, American Association of Colleges for Teachers Education. Clippings

Folder 18

"The Techniques of Controversy," New Leader, March 8, 1954. Printed copy

Folder 19

"Articles of the Bolshevik Faith," New York Times, March 28, 1954. Review of Nathan Leites, A Study of Bolshevism. Printed copy

Folder 20

"Robert Hutchins Rides Again," New Leader, April 19, 1954. Printed copy

Folder 21

"Rigors of Heresy," Saturday Review, April 24, 1954. Review of Norman Thomas, The Test of Freedom. Printed copy and letter, 1954

Folder 22

"Myths of Marx," Saturday Review, May 15, 1954. Review of Granville Hicks, Where We Came Out. Typescript, printed copy, typescript review of Hicks' book by Daniel Bell, and correspondence, 1954

Folder 23

"The Substance of Controversy," New Leader, May 24, 1954. Printed copy, and letter to Eugene Rabinowitch, 1954

Folder 24

"Unpragmatic Liberalism," New Republic, May 24, 1954. Review of Henry Steele Commager, Freedom, Loyalty and Dissent. Printed copy, and correspondence with Harry A. Overstreet and others, 1954

Folder 25

"Security and Freedom," Confluence, June 1954. Typescripts, printed copy, and correspondence with Roger N. Baldwin, Jerome N. Frank, Henry A. Kissinger, Clarence Streit and others, 1954-1955

Box 56., Folder 1

Letter to the editor, Oberlin Review, June 1, 1954 (date written). Relates to communist teachers in France. Typescript

Folder 2

"Uncommon Sense about Security and Freedom," New Leader, June 21, 1954. Printed copy

Folder 3

"The Problem of the Ex-Communist," New York Times Magazine, July 11, 1954. Typescript, galleys, correspondence with J. William Fulbright, Lester Markel, Nathaniel Weyl and others, and printed article, 1951-1954

Folder 4

"Should Our Schools Study Communism?" New York Times Magazine, Aug. 29, 1954. Printed copy and letter, 1954

Folder 5

"Mr. Hook Replies," New York Times Magazine, Oct. 10, 1954. Reply to comments by Howard Selsam on Hook's article "Should Our Schools Study Communism?" Printed copy

Folder 6

Speech, Oct. 20, 1954. Relates to John Dewey. Holograph

Folder 7

"Historical Determinism and Political Fiat in Soviet Communism," Nov. 11, 1954. Speech, Symposium on Ideology and Reality in the Soviet System, American Philosophical Society. Printed copies, program, and letters, 1954-1956

Folder 8

Dialectical Materialism and Scientific Method, 1955. Pamphlet. Printed copy, reviews (in French and translated from Russian), and correspondence with Wolfgang Krah, 1955-1960

Folder 9

Marx and the Marxists: The Amgibuous Legacy, 1955. Contracts, and correspondence with Eric Bentley, Milton R. Konvitz, Louis L. Snyder and others, 1954-1982

Folder 10

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Jan. 1, 1955 (date written). Relates to peaceful coexistence. Typescript and letter, 1955

Folder 11

"Fallacies in Our Thinking about Security," New York Times Magazine, Jan. 30, 1955. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Lester Markel, Richard Kirk Washburn and others, 1954-1955

Folder 12

"A Question of Means and Ends in a World Threatened by Evil," New York Times, Jan. 30, 1955. Review of Bertrand Russell, Human Society in Ethics and Politics. Typescript, pamphlet, printed copy, and letters, 1955-1963

Folder 13

"Marx in Limbo," New Leader, May 2, 1955. Typescript, and correspondence with Lester Markel and another, 1954-1955

Folder 14

"An American Policy towards World Communism," May 16, 1955. Radio broadcast, State of the Nation. Holograph (incomplete), notes, mimeograph transcript, and pamphlet by David Sarnoff, Program for a Political Offensive against World Communism, 1955

Folder 15

"Tyranny Through the Ages," New Leader, June 6, 1955. Review of George W. F. Hallgarten, Why Dictators?. Printed copy, and printed copy of reply by Hallgarten

Folder 16

"A Steady Light," New York Times, July 24, 1955. Review of Irwin Edman, ed., John Dewey: His Contribution to the American Tradition. Letters, 1959

Folder 17

"Heresy and Conspiracy: A Critique of Apologetics," Meanjin, Sept. 1955. Printed copy

Folder 18

"The Grounds on Which Our Educators Stand," New York Times, Oct. 30, 1955. Review of Richard Hofstadter and Walter P. Metzger, The Development of Academic Freedom in the United States, and Robert M. MacIver, Academic Freedom in Our Time. Typescript, printed copy, notes, reader's report to publishers, clippings, reviews by others, galleys of letters to the editor, and letters, 1955-1957

Folder 19

"The Teaching and the Taught," New York Times, Nov. 6, 1955. Review of E. Merrill Root, Collectivism on the Campus. Holograph, typescript, and correspondence with Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. and another, 1955

Folder 20

"A Reply," New York Times, Nov. 27, 1955. Letter to the editor in reply to letters to the editor relating to Hook's review "The Grounds on Which Our Educators Stand." Typescript, printed copy, and letters, 1955

Folder 21

Introduction to Simon Wolin, Communism's Postwar Decade in New Leader, Dec. 19, 1955. Printed copy

Folder 22

"A Reply," New York Times, Dec. 25, 1955. Letter to the editor in reply to letters to the editor by E. Merrill Root and another relating to Hook's review "The Teaching and the Taught." Typescript, galleys of letters to the editor by Root and another, and letter, 1955

 

American Philosophers at Work, 1956 (editor)

Folder 23-24

Correspondence with Max Black, Brand Blanshard, Dorion Cairns, Rudolf Carnap, James Collins, William R. Dennes, C. J. Ducasse, Herbert Feigl, Nelson Goodman, Everett W. Hall, Charles Hartshorne, Horace M. Kallen, Abraham Kaplan, Susanne K. Langer, Alice A. Lazerowitz, Clarence I. Lewis, Franco Lombardi, Arthur O. Lovejoy, Charles Morris, Arthur E. Murphy, Ernest Nagel, Filmer S. C. Northrop, Stephen C. Pepper, Charner Perry, W. V. Quine, Phil Rice, Paul Arthur Schilpp, Herbert Schneider, Wilfrid Sellars, Wilmon H. Sheldon, T. V. Smith, Walter T. Stace, Charles L. Stevenson, Paul Weiss, Donald C. Williams and others, 1955-1967

Box 57., Folder 1

Miscellany, 1950-1957. Reviews, draft tables of contents, notes, biographical sketches of contributors, printed copies of articles by contributors, and typescript copies of Everett W. Hall, "An Analysis of Value," Sidney Hook, "Naturalism and First Principles," Clarence I. Lewis, "Practical and Moral Imperatives," and Charles Morris, "Multiple Self and Multiple Society"

Folder 2

Statement in The Soviet Economy, 1956. Relates to a discussion held at a Congress for Cultural Freedom conference, The Future of Freedom, Sept. 12-17, 1955, Milan, Italy. Printed copy

Folder 3

"Can Communism Triumph in the Twentieth Century?" 1956? Speech, 2d annual forum, Tamiment Institute, New York City. Typescript

Folder 4

"The Ethics of Controversy Again," New Leader, Jan. 16, 1956. Typescripts, printed copy, and letters by Jerome N. Frank and another, 1956

Folder 5

"Prophet of Man's Glory and Tragedy," New York Times, Jan. 29, 1956. Review of Charles Kegley and Robert W. Bretall, Reinhold Niebuhr. Correspondence with Kegley, Eric Bentley, John L. Childs, Reinhold Niebuhr and others, 1956

Folder 6

"The Strategy of Truth," New Leader, Feb. 13, 1956. Typescript, printed copy, typescript copy of a reply by Milton R. Konvitz, "Many Strategies: Many Truths," and letter by Konvitz, 1956

Folder 7

"The Scope of Philosophy of Education," Harvard Educational Review, Spring 1956. Printed copy and correspondence, 1956

Folder 8

"Six Fallacies of Robert Hutchins," New Leader, March 19, 1956. Printed copy of letter to the editor by Karl E. Mundt, and correspondence with Mundt, Erwin N. Griswold, James A. Pike and others, 1955-1957

Folder 9

"Exposing Soviet Purges," New York Times, April 1, 1956. Letter to the editor relating to the Moscow Trials. Typescript and correspondence, 1956

Folder 10

"Natural Rights," New Leader, April 16, 1956. Letter to the editor relating to comments by John Cogley on Hook's article "Six Fallacies of Robert Hutchins." Typescript, printed copy, and printed copy of Cogley's comments, 1956

Folder 11

"Hutchins," New Leader, April 23, 1956. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Arthur A. Cohen on Hook's article "Six Fallacies of Robert Hutchins." Typescript, printed copy, and printed copy of Cohen's comments, 1956

Folder 12

"Prospects for Cultural Freedom," New Leader, May 7, 1956. Printed copy

Folder 13

"The AAUP and Academic Integrity," New Leader, May 21, 1956. Note, clipping, and letter to George Pope Shannon, 1956

Folder 14

"Academic Freedom," New Leader, June 4, 1956. Reply by Hook to comments on his article "The AAUP and Academic Integrity." Printed copy

Folder 15

"Scientific Knowledge and 'Philosophical Knowledge,'" June 12, 1956. Speech, Colloquium on Thomism and Contemporary Philosophy, Saint Louis University. Typescript and mimeographed summary, colloquium program, summaries of other colloquium papers, and correspondence, 1956

Folder 16

"Academic Freedom," New Leader, June 25, 1956. Letters by Ralph F. Fuchs and others, 1956

Folder 17

"Education and Creative Intelligence," School and Society, July 7, 1956. Printed copy and correspondence, 1956-1961

Folder 18

"Wanted: An Ethics for Employment in Our Time," New York Times, July 22, 1956. Review of John Cogley, Report on Blacklisting. Holograph, typescript, printed copy, press releases, and correspondence with Cogley, Erwin N. Griswold, A. J. Muste and others, 1956

Folder 19

"The Jurisdiction of Intelligence," School and Society, Aug. 4, 1956. Printed copy

Folder 20

"A Reply," New York Times, Aug. 19, 1956. Letter to the editor relating to comments on Hook's review "Wanted: An Ethics for Employment in Our Time." Printed copy, and printed copies of comments by A. J. Muste and others, 1956

Folder 21

"Neglected Books," American Scholar, Fall 1956. Short contribution by Sidney Hook. Printed copy

Folder 22

"Logic and the Fifth Amendment," New Leader, Oct. 1, 1956. Review of Erwin N. Griswold, The Fifth Amendment Today. Printed copy, correspondence with C. Dickerman Williams and others, and printed copy of an article by Williams, 1956

Folder 23

"Psychology and the Fifth Amendment," New Leader, Oct. 8, 1956. Printed copy and correspondence, 1956

Folder 24

"Philosophy Must Provide Synthesis of Thought and Action," Indian Express, Oct. 11, 1956. Printed copy

Folder 25

"Ethics and the Fifth Amendment," New Leader, Oct. 15, 1956. Printed copy, 1956

Folder 26

"Politics and the Fifth Amendment," New Leader, Oct. 22, 1956. Printed copy and printed copies of comments by Michael Harrington, Norbert Muhlen, and others on the series of articles by Hook, 1956-1957

Folder 27

"Sense and Salvation," Commentary, Nov. 1956. Review of Colin Wilson, The Outsider. Typescript and galleys

Folder 28

"Logic, History and Law," New Leader, Nov. 5, 1956. Reply to comments by Erwin N. Griswold on Hook's series of articles relating to the Fifth Amendment. Proofs, printed copy, and printed copy of Griswold's article

Folder 29

"Right to Equal Treatment," New York Times, Nov. 7, 1956. Letter to the editor relating to segregation. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence, 1956

Folder 30

"Man As a Whole," Listener, Dec. 27, 1956. Relates to comments by John Nef on pragmatism. Typescript, printed copy, and letters, 1956

Box 58., Folder 1

Common Sense and the Fifth Amendment, 1957. Contract, clippings, reviews by Leon Lipson and others with attached letter, and correspondence with Alan Barth, Felix Frankfurter, Robert M. Hutchins, Henry Regnery, Norman Thomas and others, 1956-1984

Folder 2

Speech, 7th annual book award, Tamiment Institute, New York City, 1957? Holograph

Folder 3

"Liberalism and the Law," Commentary, Jan. 1957. Review of Zechariah Chafee, The Blessing of Liberty. Printed copy and correspondence, 1956-1957

Folder 4

"The Monolithic State," New York Times, Jan. 20, 1957. Review of Carl J. Friedrich and Zbigniew K. Brzezinski, Totalitarian Dictatorship and Autocracy. Printed copy, and correspondence with Kemal Karpat, 1957

Folder 5

"Scientific Knowledge and Philosophical Knowledge," Partisan Review, Spring 1957. Correspondence with Kai Nielsen and others, 1957

Folder 6

Letter to the editor, Listener, March 7, 1957 (date written). Relates to a reply by John Nef to Hook's letter to the editor "Man As a Whole." Typescript, printed copy of Nef's letter, and letter, 1957

Folder 7

"From Opera Bouffe to Treason," Saturday Review, March 16, 1957. Review of Theodore Draper, The Roots of American Communism. Typescript, printed copy, and letters by Draper, 1957

Folder 8

"Abraham Lincoln, American Pragmatist," New Leader, March 18, 1957. Printed copy of response by Max Eastman, and correspondence with Max Kampelman, 1957

Folder 9

"The Fifth Amendment: A Crucial Case," New Leader, April 22, 1957. Printed copy

Folder 10

"Use of the Fifth Amendment Discussed," New York Times, May 10, 1957. Letter to the editor. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 11

"A Fateful Chapter of Our Times," New York Times, May 12, 1957. Review of Alger Hiss, In the Court of Public Opinion. Notes, holograph, typescript, galleys, printed copy, and correspondence with Lester Markel, Ralph de Toledano, Norman Thomas and others, 1957

Folder 12

"The Atom and Human Wisdom," New Leader, June 3, 1957. Printed copy

Folder 13

"The Old Liberalism: The New Conservative," New Leader, July 8, 1957. Printed copy and correspondence, 1957

Folder 14

"Moral Judgment and Historical Ambiguity," Problems of Communism, July-Aug. 1957. Printed copies (in French and English)

Folder 15

Letter to the editor, Frontier, Aug. 1957. Relates to a review by John E. Caughey of Hook's book Common Sense and the Fifth Amendment. Typescript, and correspondence, 1957

Folder 16

"Marx, Dewey and Lincoln," New Leader, Oct. 21, 1957. Reply to article by Max Eastman on Hook's article "Abraham Lincoln, American Pragmatist." Printed copy, and printed copy of Eastman's article, 1957

Folder 17

"Man in Nature," Nov. 7, 1957. Speech. Notes, and program

Folder 18

"Evolution in Communism," Problems of Communism, Nov.-Dec. 1957 (with Raymond Aron). Printed copy and letter, 1957-1968

Folder 19

"Justice Black's Illogic," New Leader, Dec. 2, 1957. Printed copy and letter, 1957

Folder 20

"Pragmatism," New Leader, Dec. 9, 1957. Letters by Bernard Herman and another, 1957

Folder 21

Determinism and Freedom in the Age of Modern Science, 1958 (editor). Advertisements, review, and correspondence with Percy W. Bridgman, Paul Edwards, H. L. A. Hart, John Hospers, Alfred Lande, Arthur Pap, Hugh Van Rensselaer Wilson and others, 1957-1989

Folder 22

"The Life of Reason in an Age of Conflict," 1958. Prospectus and letter, 1958

Folder 23

"On Marx's 75th Anniversary," 1958. Radio script. Typescript, memorandum, and letter, 1958

Folder 24

"Revolution and/or Reform in Communist Societies," 1958? Reply to Michael Polanyi's articles "The Magic of Marxism" and "The Next Stage of History." Typescript

Folder 25

Speech on the Freedom Academy, 1958? Typescript

Folder 26

"Total Struggle," 1958? Typescript

Folder 27

"The Missing Link in American Science: Understanding of Communism," New Leader, Jan. 6, 1958. Printed copy, printed copies of comments by others, and correspondence with Nathan Glazer, Eugene Rabinowitch, Edward Rozek, and others, 1958

Folder 28

"The West, the Atom, and Russia," Jan. 18, 1958. Contribution to a Congress for Cultural Freedom discussion relating to the lecture series by George F. Kennan, "Russia, the Atom and the West." Comments by Hook, F. R. Alleman, Joseph Alsop, Raymond Aron, Francois Bondy, Denis Healey, Frode Jakobsen, Richard Lowenthal, Minoo Masani, Denis de Rougemont, Carlo Schmid, and a reply by George F. Kennan. Printed copy

Folder 29

"A Debate on Pragmatism: Marx, Dewey and Eastman," New Leader, Feb. 10, 1958. Exchange with Max Eastman. Printed copy, and printed copy of Eastman's article

Folder 30

"Bureaucracy and Fundamental Values," Feb. 23, 1958. Speech, Canadian Institute on Public Affairs 4th Annual Winter Week-end Conference, Toronto. Printed copy

Folder 31

"Basic Values in a Time of Decision," March 20, 1958. Speech, Chapel Hill, N. C. Mimeograph

Box 59., Folder 1

"A Foreign Policy for Survival," New Leader, April 7, 1958. Debate with Bertrand Russell. Mimeograph and printed copies, and letter by Norman Jacobs, 1958-1978

Folder 2

"Democracy and Desegregation," New Leader, April 21, 1958. Initially written as a reply to Hannah Arendt for Commentary. Galleys, printed copy, galleys of an untitled article by Hannah Arendt, and correspondence with Irving Howe and Milton R. Konvitz, 1958

Folder 3

"Moral Freedom in a Determined World," Commentary, May 1958. Printed copy and letter, 1959

Folder 4

"Perspectives d'Evolution," Le Contrat Social, May 1958. Letter by Bruno Rizzi, 1959

Folder 5

"A Look at the Evidence in a Famous Case," New York Times, May 4, 1958. Review of Fred J. Cook, The Unfinished Story of Alger Hiss. Correspondence, notes, typescript, and printed copy, 1958

Folder 6

"Bureaucrats Are Human," Saturday Review, May 17, 1958. Printed copy and correspondence, 1958

Folder 7

"A Free Man's Choice," New Leader, May 26, 1958. Debate with Bertrand Russell; reply to an article by Bertrand Russell relating to Hook's article "A Foreign Policy for Survival." Printed copy, printed copy of Russell's article, and letters to the editor by others, including Wayne Boucher, Bernard Herman, Alfred Kohlberg, Abba Lerner, Norbert Muhlen, Theodore Quinn, Norman Thomas and others, 1958

Folder 8

"Bertrand Russell Retreats," New Leader, July 7-14, 1958. Debate with Bertrand Russell; reply to Russell in response to an article by Russell in reply to Hook's article "A Free Man's Choice." Printed copy, printed copy of Russell's article, clipping, mimeographed newsletter, and letters by Percy W. Bridgman and Edward Shils, 1958

Folder 9

Untitled, Aug. 8, 1958 (date written). Relates to Upton Sinclair. Typescript

Folder 10

Letter to the editor, Weekly People, Aug. 14, 1958 (date written). Relates to religion. Typescript, clipping, and letter, 1958

Folder 11

"Pragmatism and Existenz-Philosophie," Sept. 20, 1958. Speech, joint meeting of the Japanese Society for the Study of American Philosophy and the Association for the Philosophy of Existence. Printed copy and list of conference participants, 1958

Folder 12

"Education in Japan," New Leader, Nov. 24, 1958. Printed copy

Folder 13

"Communism and Japanese Intellectuals," Dec. 1958. Mimeographed interview excerpt

Folder 14

"The Challenge of Asia," ca. 1958-1959. Holograph outline

Folder 15

"Reflections on the Irrawaddy," ca. 1958-1959. Holograph

Folder 16

"Historical Determinism and Human Freedom," 1959. Typescript and correspondence, 1957-1959

Folder 17

"Japanese Traits," 1959. Typescripts and letter, 1959

Folder 18

"John Dewey: One Hundred Years After," 1959. Notes and typescript

Folder 19

"John Dewey (1859-1952)," in International Institute of Philosophy, Philosophy in the Mid-Century, 1959. Typescript, printed copies, and letters, 1957-1959

Folder 20

Political Power and Personal Freedom, 1959. Printed excerpt, prospectus, review, and correspondence with Syngman Rhee, Roy Wood Sellars and others, 1958-1972

Folder 21

Psychoanalysis, Scientific Method and Philosophy, 1959 (editor). Reviews, contract, questionnaire, and correspondence with Lewis S. Feuer, Benjamin Nelson and others, 1958-1989

Folder 22

Speech, 1959. Queens College commencement address. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 23

"The Ends and Content of Education," Daedalus, Winter 1959. Printed copy and letters, 1958-1988

Folder 24

"Conscience and Consciousness in Japan," Commentary, Jan. 1959. Printed copy, and correspondence with John Emmerson and Ed Seidensticker, 1959-1987

Folder 25

"Which Way Japan?" New Leader, Feb. 9, 1959. Printed copies (in English and Japanese)

Folder 26

Interview, Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 10, 1959. Printed copy

Folder 27

"Hannah Arendt's Reflections," Dissent, Spring 1959. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Hannah Arendt on Hook's article "Democracy and Desegregation." Typescript (incomplete), printed copy, and printed reply by Arendt, 1959

Folder 28

"Science and Human Wisdom," Annals of the Japan Association for the Philosophy of Science, March 1959. Printed copy

Folder 29

"The Impact of Ideas," New York Times, March 29, 1959. Review of H. Stuart Hughes, Consciousness and Society: The Reorientation of European Social Thought, 1890-1930. Printed copy

Folder 30

"Grim Report: Asia in Transition," New York Times Magazine, April 5, 1959. Holograph, typescript, printed copy, and letters, 1959

Folder 31

"Man and Nature: Some Questions for Mr. Mitin," Journal of Philosophy, April 23, 1959. Printed copy, and correspondence with Paul W. Kurtz, 1959

Folder 32

"A Talk with Bhave," New Leader, May 4, 1959. Printed copy

Folder 33

"Pragmatism and Existentialism," Antioch Review, Summer 1959. Holograph outline, printed copy, and correspondence, 1958-1966

Folder 34

"What's Left of Karl Marx?" Saturday Review, June 6, 1959. Printed copy and correspondence, 1959-1961

Box 60., Folder 1

"The Philosophical Bases of Education," July 27, 1959. Speech, Western Washington College of Education Summer Conference. Holograph, clippings, typescript, printed copy (in Folder 2), and program, 1959.

Folder 2

"The Psychological Bases of Education," July 27, 1959. Speech, Western Washington College of Education Summer Conference. Holograph, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 3

"The Social Bases of Education," July 28, 1959. Speech, Western Washington College of Education Summer Conference. Holograph, typescript, and printed copy (in Folder 2)

Folder 4

Interview, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Aug. 4, 1959. Printed copy and letter, 1959

Folder 5

Radio broadcast, Nippon Broadcasting Company, Sept. 1959. Mimeograph summary and prepared holograph responses

Folder 6

"John Dewey: Philosopher of Growth," Oct. 20, 1959. Speech, Columbia University, New York City. Printed copy, programs, and letter, 1959

Folder 7

"What Is Education?" Science Teacher, Nov. 1959. Printed copy and correspondence, 1959

Folder 8

"John Dewey: His Philosophy of Education and Its Critics," New Leader, Nov. 2, 1959. Printed copy and correspondence, 1959-1965

Folder 9

Speeches, Nov. 7-9, 1959. Clippings from Philippine newspapers

Folder 10

"Democracy without Rhetoric," 1960. Review of Henry B. Mayo, An Introduction to Democratic Theory. Typescript and clipping, 1960

Folder 11

Dimensions of Mind, 1960 (editor). Advertisements, and correspondence with C. J. Ducasse, Herbert Feigl, Howard H. Kendler, Wolfgang Koehler, Arthur Pap, Stephen C. Pepper and others, 1959-1976

Folder 12

Review of The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell, 1960? Printed copy

Folder 13

Statement, New York Times, Feb. 15, 1960. Relates to comments by Dwight D. Eisenhower on free enterprise. Typescript

Folder 14

"To Free Gold and Sobell," New York Times, Feb. 16, 1960 (co-author with Nathan Glazer, Irving Kristol and Dwight Macdonald). Typescript, and correspondence with Robert Fellows, Helen Sobell and others, 1960

Folder 15

"Of Tradition and Change," New York Times, Feb. 21, 1960. Review of F. A. Hayek, The Constitution of Liberty. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Lawrence Fertig, M. Salvadori and others, 1960

Folder 16

"Modern Knowledge and the Idea of God," Commentary, March 1960. Printed copy, typescript copies of letters to the editor in response by Maurice Samuel and David Tabak, typescript replies by Hook, and correspondence with F. Lyman Windolph and others, 1959-1960

Folder 17

Letter to the editor, Saturday Review, March 31, 1960 (date written). Relates to Soviet literature. Typescript

Folder 18

"A Handbook for the Years Ahead," Saturday Review, April 2, 1960. Review of Robert L. Heilbroner, The Future as History. Typescript, and letter by Heilbroner, 1960

Folder 19

"Distrust of Soviet," New York Times, April 5, 1960. Letter to the editor relating to comments by David Riesman on disarmament. Typescript, printed copy, and printed copy of a letter to the editor in reply to Hook by Allan Brick, 1960

Folder 20

"A New Ism for Socialism," New York Times Magazine, April 10, 1960. Typescript, printed copy, and letters, 1960

Folder 21

"Second Thoughts on Peace and Freedom," New Leader, April 11, 1960. Printed copy and letter, 1960

Folder 22

Letter to the editor, New York Times, April 14, 1960 (date written). Relates to Caryl Chessman. Typescript

Folder 23

"Carte-Blanche Legislative Authority," Saturday Review, April 30, 1960. Review of Charles L. Black, Jr., The People and the Court. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Felix Frankfurter and others, 1960

Folder 24

"Bertrand Russell's Political Fantasies," New Leader, May 9, 1960. Reply to comments by Bertrand Russell on Hook's article "Second Thoughts on Peace and Freedom." Mimeograph, printed copy, mimeograph and printed copy of Russell's article, and correspondence, 1960

Folder 25

"Pragmatism and the Tragic Sense of Life," Commentary, Aug. 1960. Printed copy, typescript copy of a letter to the editor by Sidney Wallace, holograph (incomplete) of a reply to Wallace by Hook, and correspondence with David Baumgardt, Eric Bentley, John E. Blewett, Raphael Demos, C. J. Ducasse, Charles Hartshorne, George H. Henry, Martin F. Herz, Clarence I. Lewis, Helen Merrell Lynd, Eliseo Vivas and others, 1959-1965

Folder 26

"Philosophy and Human Conduct," Kenyon Review, Fall 1960. Printed copy and letter, 1960

Folder 27

"A Recollection of Berthold Brecht," New Leader, Oct. 10, 1960. Printed copy

Folder 28

"Scapegoat for Tyranny," Saturday Review, Nov. 12, 1960. Review of Clinton Rossiter, Marxism: The View from America. Printed copy, galleys, and letter, 1960

Folder 29

"'Welfare State': A Debate That Isn't," New York Times Magazine, Nov. 27, 1960. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence, 1960-1968

Folder 30

"Correspondence: Tragic, Aesthetic, Pragmatic," Commentary, Dec. 1960. Letter to the editor in reply to a letter to the editor by George Kimmelman relating to Hook's article "Pragmatism and the Tragic Sense of Life." Typescript response by Kimmelman to Hook's reply, and correspondence, 1960-1961

Folder 31

"Visionary or Man of Vision?" New Leader, Dec. 12, 1960. Comments on a pamphlet by John Weiss relating to Moses Hess. Typescript and printed copy

Box 61., Folder 1

"Political Pretenders and How to Tell Them," Saturday Review, Dec. 31, 1960. Printed copy and correspondence, 1961

Folder 2

Untitled fragment, ca. 1961. Reply to article by Charles Black, Jr., "Mr. Justice Black, the Supreme Court, and the Bill of Rights." Typescript and printed copy of Black's article

Folder 3

"Arthur Koestler's Odyssey," New York Times, 1961. Review of Arthur Koestler, The Lotus and the Robot. Typescript, and letters by Daya Krishna, Michael Watanabe, and another, 1961

Folder 4

"The Pallbearers of the Free World," 1961. Typescript and letter, 1961

Folder 5

The Quest for Being, 1961. Printed excerpt, contract, advertisement, reviews and correspondence with Corliss Lamont, Clarence I. Lewis, Gilbert Ryle and others, 1960-1972

Folder 6

Religious Experience and Truth, 1961 (editor). Review and correspondence, 1961-1962

Folder 7

"Diderot's Great Legacy," New Leader, Jan. 2, 1961. Review of Denis Diderot, A Diderot Pictorial Encyclopedia of Trades and Industry. Printed copy

Folder 8

"In Memoriam: S. M. Levitas," New Leader, Jan. 16, 1961. Printed copy, and letters by William F. Buckley, Jr. and another, 1961

Folder 9

"The Ethics of Controversy: Rejoinder to Julius Stone," Observer, March l8, 1961. Response to a reply by Stone to an article by Frank Knopfelmacher. Typescript, printed copy, letter, and printed copies of articles by Knopfelmacher, Stone and others, 1961

Folder 10

"The Death Sentence," New Leader, April 3, 1961. Printed copy

Folder 11

"Each Man for Himself," New York Times, April 9, 1961. Review of Ayn Rand, For the New Intellectual. Holograph, printed copy, printed comments by Nathaniel Branden, and correspondence with Philip M. Carden, Avery R. Johnson and others, 1961

Folder 12

"The Couch and the Bomb," New Leader, April 24, 1961. Printed copy, printed copies of comments by Zbigniew Brzezinski and others, and letter, 1961

Folder 13

"Hook versus Stone," Bulletin, April 26, 1961. Response to a reply by Julius Stone to Hook's article "The Ethics of Controversy: Rejoinder to Julius Stone." Printed copy, printed copies of Stone's reply, printed copies of comments by others, and letters by Frank Knopfelmacher and another, 1961

Folder 14

"Growth of Pacifism Noted," New York Times, May 2, 1961. Letter to the editor. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence, 1961

Folder 15

"A Reply," New York Times, May 7, 1961. Reply by Hook to letters to the editor by others commenting on Hook's article "Each Man for Himself." Typescript, printed copy, and printed copies of comments by others, 1961

Folder 16

"In League with the Kremlin," Saturday Review, May 20, 1961. Review of Sandor Voros, American Commissar. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 17

"Escape from Reality," New Leader, May 29, 1961. Reply to comments by Erich Fromm on Hook's article "The Couch and the Bomb." Printed copy, and printed copy of Fromm's article

Folder 18

"Split Decisions," New York Times, July 23, 1961. Review of Wallace Mendelson, Justices Black and Frankfurter: Conflict in the Court. Printed copy

Folder 19

"The Death Sentence," New York Law Forum, Aug. 1961. Contribution to a symposium on capital punishment. Correspondence with Hugh A. Bedau and others, 1961-1984

Folder 20

"Enlightenment and Radicalism," Encounter, Aug. 1961. Letter, 1961

Folder 21

"The New Revisionism," East Europe, Aug. 1961. Review of John Lukacs, The History of the Cold War. Printed copy and letter, 1961

Folder 22

"Questions of Conformity," New Republic, Aug. 21, 1961. Relates to Irving Howe. Holograph and typescript

Folder 23

"For Stand at West Berlin," New York Times, Aug. 28, 1961. Letter to the editor relating to Eric Kahler. Printed copy

Folder 24

Letter to the editor, East Europe, Oct. 1961. Relates to comments by John Lukacs on Hook's article "The New Revisionism." Printed copy, typescript and printed copies of Lukacs' comments, and letter, 1961

Folder 25

"Western Values and Total War," Commentary, Oct. 1961. Debate with H. Stuart Hughes, Hans J. Morgenthau and C. P. Snow. Correspondence, 1961-1963

Folder 26

Speech, Oct. 4, 1961. Interpretive summary of the Symposium on the Health Care Issues of the Nineteen Sixties. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1961-1963

Folder 27

"Hegel and the Perspective of Liberalism," in Don C. Travis, ed., A Hegel Symposium, 1962. Printed copies (English and Italian), and letters by Meyer Schapiro and others, 1961-1963

Folder 28

"The Humanities and the Taming of Power," in The Role of the Humanities in Ordering a Peaceful World, 1962. Printed copy and correspondence, 1962-1963

Folder 29

Introduction to Raphael R. Abramovitch, The Soviet Revolution, 1917-1939, 1962. Printed copy

Folder 30

The Paradoxes of Freedom, 1962. Contract, reviews, and letters by C. J. Ducasse, Loren C. Eiseley, Arthur Krock and others, 1961-1987

Box 62., Folder 1

"Political Ideology as a Factor of National Power," 1962. Lecture, National War College. Holograph outline and letter, 1962

Folder 2

"The Cold War and the West," Partisan Review, Winter 1962. Contribution to a symposium. Printed copy, letter, and printed copies of contributions by Hannah Arendt, Irving Howe, and Dennis H. Wrong, 1962

Folder 3

"Better Red than Dead, or Lord Russell's Guide to Peace," New York Times, Jan. 14, 1962. Review of Bertrand Russell, Has Man a Future? Typescript, printed copy, and letters by Henry Hazlitt and others, 1962

Folder 4

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Feb. 18, 1962. Reply to letters to the editor by Paul Goodman, M. Lincoln Schuster and others, relating to Hook's review "Better Red than Dead, or Lord Russell's Guide to Peace." Typescript, printed copy, typescript, galley and printed copies of letters by Goodman, Schuster and others, and correspondence, 1962

Folder 5

"Un Homme et un Livre," Le Contrat Social, May-June 1962. Review of Raphael R. Abramovitch, The Soviet Revolution. Printed copy

Folder 6

Review of Robert Tucker, Philosophy and Myth in Karl Marx, Slavic Review, Sept. 1962. Typescript

Folder 7

"Revisionism at Bay," Encounter, Sept. 1962. Holograph and typescript

Folder 8

"Le Rjve Communiste et la Rialiti," Le Contrat Social, Sept.-Oct. 1962. Printed copy

Folder 9

"Communism: What Lies Ahead," Nation's Business, Oct. 1962. Contribution to symposium. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1962

Folder 10

"Religious Liberty from the Viewpoint of the Open Society," Nov. 1962. Speech, 1st National Institute, National Conference of Christians and Jews Religious Freedom and Public Affairs Project, Washington, D.C. Typescript, printed copies (English and Italian), and letter, 1963

Folder 11

"The Map Was Redrawn to Make Man's Agony a Part of the Geography," New York Times, Nov. 11, 1962. Review of Martin Heidegger, Being and Time. Printed copy and letters, 1962

Folder 12

"The Impact of Expanding Research Support on the Universities," Journal of Medical Education, Dec. 1962. Letter, 1963

Folder 13

"The Politics of Science Fiction," New Leader, Dec. 10, 1962. Review of Eugene Burdick and Harvey Wheeler, Fail- Safe. Printed copy, clipping, and correspondence with John Chamberlain, Alfred A. Knopf, Harry A. Overstreet, Edward Teller and others, 1962-1963

Folder 14

"A Reply," New York Times, Dec. 16, 1962. Letter to the editor relating to letters to the editor commenting on Hook's review "The Map Was Redrawn to Make Man's Agony a Part of the Geography." Printed copy, and printed copies of the letters by others

Folder 15

"How Should Communism be Taught in our Schools?" ca. 1963. Typescript, letter, and program announcement, 1962-1963

Folder 16

The Fail-Safe Fallacy, 1963. Booklet. Holograph, contract, reviews, and correspondence with Hunter Harris, Edward Teller and others, 1962-1977

Folder 17

Philosophy and History, 1963 (editor). Correspondence with W. H. Dray, Sidney Ratner and John Rawls, 1963

Folder 18

Statement in Science, Scientists, and Politics, 1963. Printed copy

Folder 19

"Religious Freedom in America," Cross Currents, Winter 1963. Printed copy

Folder 20

"Peace, Freedom and Survival," Speech, Ripon College, Feb. 26, 1963. Holograph (incomplete), and correspondence, 1962-1963

Folder 21

Introduction to speech by Ignazio Silone, April 18, 1963. Typescript

Folder 22

"Lord Monboddo and the Supreme Court," New Leader, May 13, 1963. Review of Hugo L. Black, One Man's Stand for Freedom. Printed copy, and correspondence with Erwin N. Griswold, Leon H. Keyserling and others, 1963

Folder 23

"Do the People Rule and Can They?" New York Times, July 14, 1963. Review of Walter Lippmann, The Essential Lippmann. Typescript, galleys, printed copy, and letters by Lester Markel, Agnes E. Meyer and others, 1963

Folder 24

"Why the United States Needs a Freedom Academy," Think, Sept. 1963. Printed copy and letters, 1963-1964

Folder 25

"Challenging Study: Challenge of Communism," New York Times Magazine, Oct. 13, 1963. Galleys, printed copy, and correspondence, 1963-1964

Folder 26

Untitled fragment, ca. Nov. 1963. Relates to the death of John Kennedy. Holograph

Folder 27

"Introduction to Ethics," 1963-1964. Television lecture series. Course introduction, outlines, bibliography, and memorandum, 1963-1965

Folder 28

Introduction to Walter Lippmann, A Preface to Morals, 1964. Typescript and letter, 1964

Box 63., Folder 1

Law and Philosophy, 1964 (editor). Correspondence with Melvin M. Belli, Ilmar Tammelo, Richard Taylor and others, 1963-1965

Folder 2

"Teaching by Television," 1964. Mimeograph, and letters by Thomas Clark Pollock and another, 1964

Folder 3

"Religious Liberty and the Open Society," New York University Bulletin, Winter 1964. Holograph (incomplete), typescripts, and printed copy

Folder 4

Letter to the editor, New York Review of Books, Feb. 24, 1964 (date written). Relates to comments by Robert Brustein on Hook's booklet The Fail-Safe Fallacy. Typescript

Folder 5

"Common Sense and Disarmament," Yale Political, Spring 1964. Printed copy and typescript

Folder 6

"Liberalism and the Negro," Commentary, March 1964. Round table discussion with James Baldwin, Nathan Glazer and Gunnar Myrdal. Printed copy

Folder 7

"Fulbright's Rights Stand," New York Times, April 8, 1964. Letter to the editor relating to J. William Fulbright. Typescript and correspondence, 1964

Folder 8

"Pornography and the Censor," New York Times, April 12, 1964. Typescript, printed copy, galleys of letters to the editor, and correspondence, 1964

Folder 9

Letter to the editor, New York Times, April 13, 1964 (date written). Reply to a letter to the editor by J. A. Fabro in response to Hook's letter to the editor "Fulbright's Rights Stand." Typescript and letter, 1964

Folder 10

"A Reply," New York Times, May 10, 1964. Letter to the editor relating to letters to the editor by Robert W. Haney, Elmer Rice and others, commenting on Hook's article "Pornography and the Censor." Typescript, printed copy, printed copies of the letters to the editor by Haney, Rice and others, and letters, 1964

Folder 11

"The Cunning of History," New Leader, May 11, 1964. Review of Isaac Deutscher, The Prophet Outcast. Printed copy

Folder 12

"Trotsky and Deutscher," New Leader, June 22, 1964. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Max Nomad on Hook's review "The Cunning of History." Printed copy, and printed copy of Nomad's comments, 1964

Folder 13

"There's More than One Way to Teach," Saturday Review, July 18, 1964. Mimeograph, printed copy, brochure, and letter, 1964

Folder 14

"Metaphysics and Historicity," History and Theory, Sept.-Dec. 1964. Review of Emil L. Fackenheim, Metaphysics and Historicity. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 15

"Myth, Realities and Promise in Higher Education," Oct. 13, 1964. Speech, State University College, Oswego, N.Y. Typescript, and program

Folder 16

"A Search Here and Beyond," New York Times, Nov. 8, 1964. Review of Whittaker Chambers, Cold Friday. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 17

"Common Sense and Peace," Yomiuri, Nov. 14, 1964. Statement, Conference for the Promotion of World Peace, Tokyo, Nov. 1964. Typescript, typescript summaries of the conference, printed copy, and correspondence, 1963-1965

Folder 18

"Faces of Betrayers," New York Times, Nov. 29, 1964. Review of Rebecca West, The New Meaning of Treason. Letters, 1964

Folder 19

Introduction to Rebecca West, The New Meaning of Treason, 1965. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1965

Folder 20

" 1984 Plus or Minus," 1965. Notes and holograph

Folder 21

"Hegel Rehabilitated?" Encounter, Jan. 1965. Printed copy, galleys of comments by Shlomo Avineri and Z. A. Pelczynski, and letters by R. N. Berki and Harry Goldberg, and to Melvin J. Lasky, 1965

Folder 22

"Freedom to Learn but Not to Riot," New York Times Magazine, Jan. 3, 1965. Typescripts, galleys, printed copy, clipping, typescript and printed copies of letter to the editor by others in response, and correspondence with Paul Kapiloff, Harvey Schechter, Ernest van den Haag, and others, 1965-1966

Folder 23

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Jan. 4, 1965 (date written). Relates to comments by Elizabeth French on U.S. foreign relations. Typescript

Folder 24

"Hegel: Penseur Liberal?" Le Contrat Social, Jan.-Feb. 1965. Printed copy

Folder 25

"Changing Values in Higher Education in a Changing Society," New York State Education, Feb. 1965. Printed copy and letter, 1965

Folder 26

"Defends Protests to Russia on Jews," New York Times, Feb. 13, 1965. Letter to the editor in reply to Stephen Dunn. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Moshe Decter and Michael Josselson, 1965

Box 64., Folder 1

"A New Portrait of Hegel," March 1965 (date written). Review of Walter Kaufmann, Hegel: Reinterpretation, Texts, Commentary. Holograph, typescript, letter, proof copy of Kaufmann's book, and notes, 1965

Folder 2

"Truth and Consequences," Partisan Review, Summer 1965. Reply to review by G. S. Fraser of Diana Trilling's essay on Alger Hiss. Holograph

Folder 3

"Reply to Dr. Oppenheimer," Denver Post, July 27, 1965. Relates to comments by Frank Oppenheimer on the Vietnamese conflict. Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of Oppenheimer's article, and correspondence with Edward J. Rozek and another, 1965

Folder 4

Letter to the editor, Partisan Review, Aug. 7, 1965 (date written). Reply to G. S. Fraser's response to Hook's article "Truth and Consequences." Typescript and letter by Diana Trilling, 1965

Folder 5

"Friends and Enemies," New York Times, Aug. 22, 1965. Review of Haakon Chevalier, Oppenheimer. Letter, 1965

Folder 6

"The Conflict of Freedoms," Common Factor, Autumn 1965. Printed copy and letter, 1967

Folder 7

"Radicalism in America," New Leader, Sept. 27, 1965. Letter to the editor in reply to comments about Hook's views on communism by Christopher Lasch in his book The New Radicalism in America. Typescripts, proofs, printed copy, printed article by Lasch, typescript review of Lasch's book by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and printed copies of an exchange between Lasch and John P. Roche, 1965

Folder 8

"Second Thoughts on Berkeley," Teachers College Record, Oct. 1965. Mimeograph, printed copy, clipping, and correspondence with Norman Cousins, Joseph Fontenrose, John K. Jessup, John L. Kelley, Gail Kennedy, Clark Kerr, Carl Landauer, Seymour Martin Lipset, Benson Mates, William Petersen, Thomas Clark Pollock, Leo Rosten, George N. Shuster, David S. Shwayder, Harold W. Stoke, Harold O. Voorhis and others, 1965-1967

Folder 9

Art and Philosophy, 1966 (editor). Advertisement and letters, 1966

Folder 10

"Man's Quest for Security: A Philosopher's View," in E. J. Faulkner, ed., Man's Quest for Security, 1966. Letter by Faulkner, 1965

Folder 11

"Marxism in the Western World," in Milorad M. Drachkovitch, ed., Marxist Ideology in the Contemporary World: Its Appeals and Paradoxes, 1966. Printed copy, clippings, and correspondence with Drachkovitch, Leopold Labedz, George Urban, and others, 1964-1967

Folder 12

"In Reply to Dr. Hutchins," Santa Barbara News-Press, Feb. 27, 1966. Letter to the editor relating to the Vietnamese conflict. Typescript, printed copy, printed copies of Hutchins' comments, letters to the editor by others, and letters, 1966

Folder 13

"U.S. Policy and Communism," Santa Barbara News-Press, March 20, 1966. Letter to the editor in reply to a letter to the editor by Merrill Ring commenting on Hook's letter to the editor "In Reply to Dr. Hutchins." Printed copy, and printed copy of Ring's letter

Folder 14

"Liberal Catholic Thought," Commentary, April 1966. Review of Michael Novak, Belief and Unbelief. Printed copy, and letters by Novak and another, 1966

Folder 15

"Writer Buttresses His Previous Criticism of Tax-Exempt Center," Los Angeles Times, April 4, 1966. Letter to the editor in reply to comments by Harold Willens on the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Printed copy, and printed copy of Willens' comments

Folder 16

Letter to the editor, Los Angeles Times, April 19, 1966 (date written). Reply to comments by Robert M. Hutchins on Hook's letter to the editor "Writer Buttresses His Previous Criticism of Tax-Exempt Center." Typescript, and printed copy of Hutchins' comments

Folder 17

"Hegel and His Apologists," Encounter, May 1966. Printed copy, and typescript of reply by Shlomo Avineri, 1966

Folder 18

"Social Protest and Civil Obedience," May 5, 1966. Speech, University of California, Santa Barbara. Mimeograph, program, clippings, and letter, 1966

Folder 19

"The Quest for Security, or Existentialism without Tears," May 11, 1966. Speech, City University of New York. Holograph (incomplete), and program

Folder 20

"Karl Marx's Second Coming," New York Times, May 22, 1966. Printed copy and correspondence, 1965-1973

Folder 21

"Neither Blind Obedience nor Uncivil Disobedience," New York Times Magazine, June 5, 1966. Printed copy and correspondence, 1966-1967

Folder 22

"Marx's Second Coming," Problems of Communism, July-Aug. 1966. Correspondence with Fred G. Lange, 1966

Box 65., Folder 1

"Some Educational Attitudes and Poses," Harvard Educational Review, Fall 1966. Printed copy

Folder 2

"Reflections on the University Law School," Sept. 9, 1966. Symposium contribution commenting on Robert M. Hutchins' paper "The University Law School," Symposium on the Projection of an Ideal: The Law School of Tomorrow, Rutgers University Law School, Newark, N.J. Holograph, printed copy, program, clipping, and letter, 1966-1968

Folder 3

"Lord Russell and the War Crimes 'Trial,'" New Leader, Oct. 24, 1966. Typescript, printed copy, and letters by Brand Blanshard and others, 1966-1967

Folder 4

"Liberties in Conflict," Book Week, Nov. 6, 1966. Review of Thomas I. Emerson, Toward a General Theory of the First Amendment. Holograph and printed copy

Folder 5

"Lord Russell's 'Tribunal,'" New Leader, Dec. 19, 1966. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Ralph Schoenman on Hook's article "Lord Russell and the War Crimes 'Trial.'" Typescript, printed copy, and printed copy of Schoenman's comments, 1966

Folder 6

"The Democratic Challenge to Communism," 1967. Typescript

Folder 7

Human Values and Economic Policy, 1967 (editor). Letter, 1967

Folder 8

Religion in a Free Society, 1967. Reviews, agreement, and correspondence, 1966-1984

Folder 9

Untitled writing, 1967? Relates to radicalism. Typescript

Folder 10

"On the Couch," New York Times, Feb. 5, 1967. Review of Meyer A. Zeligs, Friendship and Fratricide: An Analysis of Whittaker Chambers and Alger Hiss. Holograph, typescripts, galleys of letters to the editor, and correspondence with Zeligs, Nora de Toledano, Isaac Don Levine, William L. Marbury, Meyer Schapiro and others, 1967

Folder 11

"Mr. Hook Replies," New York Times, March 19, 1967. Letter to the editor in reply to comments on Hook's review "On the Couch." Typescript

Folder 12

"Fifty Years After," Problems of Communism, March-April 1967. Printed copy, and letter by Martin F. Herz, 1967

 

"The Symbols, Myths, and Rationale of Revolution," April 22, 1967. Speech, Symposium on Revolution, Central Washington State College, Ellensburg, Wash.

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Folder 13

Correspondence, 1966-1968

Folder 14

Miscellany. Programs, press releases, and bulletins, 1965-1967

Folder 15

Panel transcripts. Mimeographs

Folder 16

Text. Notes, typescript, and mimeograph

Folder 17

"Lessons of the Hungarian 'October,'" Scope, Spring-Autumn 1967. Printed copy

Box 66., Folder 1

"Philosophy and Democracy," July 24-Aug. 11, 1967. Series of 15 lectures. Typescripts

Folder 2

"Crisis for White, Negro Leadership," Los Angeles Times, July 28, 1967. Printed copy and letters, 1967-1969

Folder 3

"Cruel Deception," New Leader, Aug. 14, 1967. Letter to the editor relating to the Vietnam War. Printed copy, and letter to the editor by another, 1967

Folder 4

"Is There a Legal 'Right' to Revolt?" Los Angeles Times, Aug. 15, 1967. Printed copy, and correspondence with Howard J. Ehrlich and Adolph L. Reed, 1967

Folder 5

"Fluff on the Sleeve of History," New Leader, Aug. 28, 1967. Review of C. P. Snow, Variety of Men. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1967

Folder 6

"Social Protest and Civil Disobedience," Humanist, Fall 1967. Galleys, printed copy, printed condensation, and correspondence, 1967-1969

Folder 7

"The Human Costs of Revolution," Sept. 1967. Speech, Sixth International Conference on World Politics, West Berlin. Notes, typescript, mimeograph, printed copy, participant lists, schedule, and mimeograph copies of O. Anweiler, "Some Results of the Educational Development in the USSR 50 Years After the Revolution," F. C. Barghoorn, "Prospects for Soviet Political Development: Evolution, Decay or Revolution?" Masamichi Inoki, "Soviet Foreign Policy from the Asian Point of View," Roman Kolkowicz, "Heresy Enshrined: Idea and Reality of the Red Army," E. Kamenka, "Soviet Philosophy: 1917-1967," and R. C. Kwant, "Fifty Years of Interaction Between Philosophy and Politics," 1967

Folder 8

"Liberal Anti-Communism Revisited," Commentary, Sept. 1967. Printed copy and correspondence, 1967

Folder 9

"Fulbright's Colossal Gall," Providence Journal, Sept. 4, 1967. Printed copy, and correspondence with C. J. Ducasse and others, 1967

Folder 10

Letter to the editor, New Leader, Sept. 25, 1967. Relates to comments by M. S. Arnoni on the Vietnamese conflict. Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of Arnoni's comments, and correspondence, 1967

Folder 11

Letter to the editor, New Leader, Oct. 23, 1967. Relates to a reply by M. S. Arnoni to Hook's letter to the editor of Sept. 25, 1967. Printed copy, and printed copy of Arnoni's comments

Folder 12

Letter to the editor, Commentary, Oct. 26, 1967 (date written). Relates to comments on Hook's article "Liberal Anti-Communism Revisited." Holograph fragments, typescript, and proofs of letters to the editor by Michael Parenti and Samuel Salzman, 1967

Folder 13

"Thoughts on the October Revolution: The Human Cost," New Leader, Nov. 6, 1967. Galleys and printed copy

Folder 14

"Does Philosophy Have a Future?" Saturday Review, Nov. 11, 1967. Typescript, printed copy, and letters, 1967-1968

Folder 15

"A Right Way to Remedy a Wrong, a Wrong Way to Secure a Right," New York Times Magazine, Nov. 26, 1967. Letter, 1967

Folder 16

Contemporary Philosophy, 1968. Pamphlet. Printed copy, notes, and correspondence, 1966-1967

Folder 17

"Democracy," 1968 (date written; intended for publication in the Encyclopedia Americana). Holograph, typescript, contract agreement, and letters, 1968

Folder 18

"The Ethics of Political Controversy and the Educational Crisis," in Don W. Parson and Will A. Kinkugel, ed., The Ethics of Controversy: Politics and Protest, 1968. Typescripts, printed copy, and letter, 1968

Box 67., Folder 1

"Freedom and Intelligence," 1968. Reply to a review by Daya Krishna of Hook's book The Paradoxes of Freedom. Typescript, typescript copy of Krishna's review, and letter, 1968

Folder 2

"Human Rights and Social Justice," 1968. Speech, North Carolina State University, Raleigh. Printed copy

Folder 3

"In Defense of 'Justice': A Response," in Contemporary Philosophic Thought: The International Philosophy Year Conferences at Brockport, Vol. IV, Ethics and Social Justice, 1968. Critique of Walter Kaufmann. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1967

Folder 4

"A New Philosophy of Education," 1968. Speech. Letter, 1968

Folder 5

"Reflections on Human Rights," in Contemporary Philosophic Thought: The International Philosophy Conferences at Brockport, Vol. IV, Ethics and Social Justice, 1968. Printed copy

Folder 6

University Centers for Rational Alternatives organizing statement, 1968. Typescript

Folder 7

"The Enlightenment and Marxism," Journal of the History of Ideas, Winter 1968. Printed copy

Folder 8

"The Costs of the Revolution," Survey, Jan. 1968. Printed copy

Folder 9

"Le Bilan Humain," Le Contrat Social, Jan.-March 1968. Printed copy, and letter from Boris Souvarine, 1968

Folder 10

"Public Strikes," New York Times, Feb. 9, 1968. Letter to the editor relating to strikes by public employees. Printed copy

Folder 11

Letter to the editor, New York Times, March 27, 1968 (date written). Relates to Eugene McCarthy. Typescript

Folder 12

Oral history interview, April 5, 1968, Cornell University Collection of Regional History. Typescript and letter, 1968-1969

Folder 13

"Mihajlo Mihajlov," May 1968. Printed copy

Folder 14

"Student Revolts Could Destroy Academic Freedom," New York University Alumni News, May 1968. Printed copy

Folder 15

"Gravediggers of Academic Freedom," Los Angeles Times, May 1, 1968. Printed copy and letters, 1968

Folder 16

Prospects for the Academic Future," May 4, 1968. Speech, New York University Club, New York City. Typescripts, printed copy, other printed matter, and correspondence with Norman Cousins and others, 1968

Folder 17

"What Is Really at Stake at Columbia," Newsday, May 17, 1968. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1968

Folder 18

Letter to the editor, New Leader, May 24, 1968 (date written). Relates to coverage of events at Columbia University. Typescript

Folder 19

Letter to the editor, New York Times, May 25, 1968 (date written). Relates to comments by Zelig Harris on campus disturbances at Columbia University. Holograph and typescript

Folder 20

"America Must Erase the Cult of Violence," Newsday, June 6, 1968. Printed copy and letters, 1968

Folder 21

"Academic Freedom and Academic Anarchy," June 20, 1968. Speech, Institute for the Comparative Study of Political Systems and Ideologies, University of Colorado, Boulder. Notes, holographs (incomplete), printed copy, clippings, and letter from Jacques Barzun, 1968

Folder 22

"The Prospects of Academe," Encounter, Aug. 1968. Letter, 1969

Folder 23

"Civil Liberties Issue in Appointment," New York Times, Aug. 1, 1968. Guest editorial relating to John Hatchett. Typescripts, printed copy, and correspondence, 1968

Folder 24

Letter to the editor, Playboy, Aug. 5, 1968 (date written). Relates to comments by William Sloane Coffin on U.S. foreign relations. Typescript, and letter, 1968

Folder 25

"Hook Favors Bigger Role for Faculty," New York Times, Sept. 29, 1968. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Donald D. Schack on Hook's article "Civil Liberties Issue in Appointment." Typescripts, printed copy of Schack's article, and letter, 1968

Folder 26

"The Crisis in American Higher Education," Oct. 1968. Typescripts

Folder 27

"Law, Liberty and Progress in the Life of Mankind," Oct. 11, 1968. Speech, Symposium on Law, Liberty and Progress, DePauw University, Greencastle, Ind. Holograph, typescript, outline, program, and letter, 1968

Box 68., Folder 1

"Reason and Violence: Some Truths and Myths about John Dewey," Oct. 21, 1968. Speech, Burlington, Vt. Printed copy and letters, 1970

Folder 2

Statement, Oct. 22, 1968. Television broadcast. Typescript

Folder 3

Letter to the editor, Atlantic Monthly, Oct. 23, 1968 (date written). Relates to comments by Martin Duberman on campus disturbances at Columbia University. Typescript, proofs of Duberman's article, and letter, 1968

Folder 4

"NYU v. Hatchett," New York Times, Oct. 26, 1968. Printed copy and clipping, 1968

Folder 5

"Marcusian Values," New York Times Magazine, Nov. 10, 1968. Letter to the editor relating to Herbert Marcuse. Printed copy and letters, 1968-1969

Folder 6

"The Trojan Horse in American Higher Education," Nov. 12, 1968. Speech, National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges meeting, Washington, D.C. Typescript, printed copy, clippings, letters to the editor from others, and correspondence with Joseph Coors, Edward Rozek, officials at the University of Colorado, and others, 1968-1969

Folder 7

"Sidney Hook Replies," New York Post, Nov. 19, 1968. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Murray Kempton on the New York City teachers' strike. Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of Kempton's comments, and correspondence with Kempton, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Leonard Sussman and others, 1968-1969

Folder 8

"The Barbarism of Virtue," Dec. 28, 1968. Speech, Modern Language Association of America meeting, New York City. Printed copy, clipping, and letters by Jo Ann Boydston, John L. Childs, Harry D. Gideonse, Joseph J. Jacobs, Clark Kerr and others, 1968-1970

Folder 9

"Engagement or Divorce," New York Times, Dec. 31, 1968. Relates to academic freedom. Printed copy

Folder 10

"On Civil Disobedience in a Democracy," ca. 1969. Prepared for Encyclopedia Britannica. Typescripts and letter, 1969

Folder 11

"Utopian Thought," ca. 1969. Prepared for an American Philosophical Society symposium on Utopia (?). Holograph, notes, clippings, a printed copy of Ernest van den Haag, "Psychoanalysis and Utopia," and a letter and typescript by Robert Nozick, "A Framework for Utopia," 1964-1969

Folder 12

Language and Philosophy, 1969 (editor). Contract, and correspondence with Herbert G. Bohnert and W. V. Quine, 1969-1975

Folder 13

"The Encyclopedia of Philosophy," Religious Humanism, Winter 1969. Printed copy

Folder 14

"Academic Freedom and Student Rights," Harbor Hawk [Los Angeles Harbor College], Jan. 15, 1969. Clipping

Folder 15

"The War against the Democratic Process," Atlantic Monthly, Feb. 1969. Holograph fragments, typescripts, printed copy, reviews, comments from readers, draft reply by Hook, and correspondence with Hubert T. Davis, William L. White, Eugene Wine and others, 1968-1970

Folder 16

"Brecht," New Leader, Feb. 3, 1969. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Eric Bentley on Bertolt Brecht. Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of Bentley's comments, printed comments by Robert Conquest, and letters by Bentley, Conquest and Henry M. Pachter, 1968-1969

Box 69., Folder 1

"Prof. Hook Replies to His Critics," Connecticut Daily Campus, Feb. 4, 1969. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Jerome Shaffer and others on Hook's speech "The Trojan Horse in American Higher Education." Typescripts, printed copy, printed copies of comments by Shaffer and others, clippings, correspondence with Shaffer and others, and miscellany, 1968-1969

Folder 2

"Professor Hook Replies," Connecticut Daily Campus, Feb. 24, 1969. Letter to the editor relating to response by Jerome Shaffer and others to Hook's letter to the editor "Prof. Hook Replies to His Critics." Typescript, printed copy, correspondence, printed copies of comments by Shaffer and others, and clippings, 1969

Folder 3

"A Chapter in American Radical History: V. F. Calverton and his Periodicals," Labor History, Spring 1969. Printed copy

Folder 4

"Who Is Responsible for Campus Violence?" Saturday Review, April 19, 1969. Letters, and typescript copies of letters to the editor by others, 1969

Folder 5

"Help Wanted: Superman," New York Times, April 20, 1969. Review of Herbert Marcuse, An Essay on Liberation. Printed copy, and correspondence with Warren Fugitt, Selden Rodman, Kurt H. Wolff and others, 1969

Folder 6

"Brecht (Cont'd.)," New Leader, April 28, 1969. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Eric Bentley on Hook's letter to the editor "Brecht." Holograph, typescript, printed copy, printed copy of Bentley's comments, and printed comments by Henry M. Pachter