Register of the O. Edmund Clubb Papers,1940-1988

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Register of the O. Edmund Clubb Papers, 1940-1988

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

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  • Phone: (650) 723-3563
  • Fax: (650) 725-3445
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Descriptive Summary

Title: O. Edmund Clubb Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1940-1988
Collection number: 93003
Creator: Clubb, O. Edmund (Oliver Edmund), 1901-
Collection Size: 25 manuscript boxes, 9 card file boxes (12.3 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Speeches and writings, correspondence, notes, loyalty- security board hearing transcripts, conference papers and agenda, and printed matter, relating to Sino-American relations; the post- World War II loyalty-security program in the Department of State; various aspects of Chinese history and politics, especially in the twentieth century; and American policy during the Vietnamese War.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Language: English.

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], O. Edmund Clubb Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Access Points

China--Foreign relations--United States
United States--Foreign relations--China
China--History
China--Politics and government--20th century
Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975
China
United States--Foreign relations
United States--Politics and government
United States. Dept. of State
Internal security--United States
Diplomats--United States

Biography

American diplomat and political scientist; consul general, Peking, China, 1947-1950; director, Office of Chinese Affairs, Department of State, 1950-1952

Biographical Note

1901 February 16 Born, South Park, Minnesota
1927 Receives bachelor's degree, University of Minnesota
1928-1952 Foreign service officer, U.S. Department of State, including term as Consul General, Beijing
1951 Faces charges of "disloyalty" during McCarthy period and is suspended from the China desk of the State Department
1952 Suspension is overturned on appeal by Clubb, who nonetheless resigns from the State Department
1959-1966 Visiting lecturer at Columbia University, Brooklyn College, New York University, the New School for Social Research, and Cornell University
1964 Author, 20th Century China
1971 Author, China and Russia: The 'Great Game'

Scope and Content

Received at the Hoover Institution Archives in 1993, the O. Edmund Clubb Papers consist primarily of writings, correspondence, and research materials relating to Clubb's lifelong interest in the politics and history of China. From the time of his experience as Foreign Service officer in China, Clubb wrote extensively on issues of China policy, and in particular Sino-American relations. Having been a "China Hand," Clubb had been a direct witness to the Chinese civil war and was critical of unconditional American support for the forces of Chiang Kai-shek in this conflict. Clubb's position would later bring him difficulties in terms of his career in the State Department.
During the McCarthy period, Clubb faced accusations of "disloyalty" and was suspended from his policy position within the State Department (a transcript of Clubb's hearing before the Loyalty Security Board can be found in the Biographical File). Although he was later vindicated on the appeal of his suspension, he resigned from the Foreign Service and pursued a career as a writer and academic, concentrating again on issues relating to China. His writings reflect a consistent viewpoint challenging American foreign policy during the Cold War, and he emerged as an early critic of the American intervention in Vietnam.
In presenting Clubb's scholarly and journalistic publications in one place, the collection affords researchers the opportunity to trace the development of Clubb's thinking on issues of foreign policy and Chinese politics. The correspondence also reveals Clubb's relations with other China scholars and his role as a foreign policy adviser to several prominent American politicians.

Series Description

Box 1

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1951-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Articles, bibliographies, biographies, certificate, correspondence, directories, leaflet, map, permit, photo, program, records, transcripts, arranged alphabetically by physical form
Boxes 1-8

CORRESPONDENCE, 1953-1988.

Scope and Content Note

Letters arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent
Boxes 9-22

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1940-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Articles, books, correspondence, notes, outlines, and research material, arranged chronologically by title
Box 22

ACADEMIC FILE, 1959-1965.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, memoranda, and outlines, arranged alphabetically by name of institution
Boxes 22-23

MARIANN CLUBB FILE, 1946-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Autobiography and correspondence, arranged alphabetically by physical form
Boxes 23-25

SUBJECT FILE, 1956-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, memoranda, and printed matter, arranged alphabetically by subject
Box 25

PHOTOGRAPH, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

One print depicting O. Edmund Clubb
Boxes 26-35

CARD INDEX FILE, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Lecture outlines and research notes, unsorted

Container List

 

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1951-1981

Box 1., Folder 1

Articles and clippings, 1952-1981

Folder 2.

Bibliographies, 1977-1981

 

Biographies

Folder 3

General, 1958-1976

Folder 4

Transcript of an interview conducted by Sheila Lalwani for a proposed biography of Clubb, 1978. Includes correspondence

Folder 5

Directories, relating mainly to Clubb's foreign service career, 1951-1975

Folder 6

Legal transcripts relating to hearings concerning Clubb conducted by the Loyalty Security Board of the Department of State, 1951

Folder 7

Personal records, relating to financial, legal, and real estate matters, 1959-1974. Certificate, correspondence, survey map, and transcripts

Folder 8

Miscellany, 1961-1970(?) International driving permit, leaflet, and program

 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1953-1988.

Scope and Content Note

Includes enclosures and personal memoranda
 

General

 

General, 1956-1983

Box 1., Folder 9

A

Folder 10

B

Folder 11

C

Folder 12

D

Folder 13

E

Folder 14

F

Folder 15

G

Folder 16

H

Folder 17

I

Folder 18

J

Folder 19

K

Folder 20

L

Folder 21

M

Folder 22

N

Folder 23

P

Folder 24

R

Folder 25

S

Folder 26

T

Folder 27

U

Folder 28

V

Folder 29

W

Folder 30

Y

 

Correspondence relating to public speaking engagements

Box 2., Folder 1

1955-1961

Folder 2

1962

Folder 3

1963

Folder 4

1964

 

1965

Folder 5

January-June

Folder 6

July-December

Box 3., Folder 1

1966

 

1967

Folder 2

January-June

Folder 3

July-December

Folder 4

1968

Folder 5

1969

Folder 6

1970

Folder 7

1971

Box 4., Folder 1

1972

Folder 2

1973-1975

Folder 3

1978-1979

Folder 4

Unidentified

Folder 5

Adams, Taylor, 1962-1976

Folder 6

Alexander-Sinclair, John, 1963-1977

Folder 7

Anderson, Jack, 1971-1972

Folder 8

Armstrong, Eunice B., 1956

Folder 9

Atkinson, Brooks, 1973-1977

Folder 10

The Atlantic, 1959-1971. Includes correspondence with Edward Weeks

Folder 11

The Author's Guild, Inc., 1975

Folder 12

Bainsfather(?), R., 1967-1978

Folder 13

Barnett, A. Doak, 1962-1974

Folder 14

Barrett, David, 1963-1972

Folder 15

Bateman, Margaret, 1975

Folder 16

Bingham, Jonathan, 1969-1971

Folder 17

Blatnik, John, 1957

Folder 18

Boatwright, Billy, 1958-1977

Folder 19

Bodde, Derk, 1965-1975

Folder 20

Bontecu, Eleanor, 1953

Folder 21

Borg, Dorothy, 1974-1975

Folder 22

Boyce, Richard Fyfe, 1972-1974

Folder 23

Burr, Vera, 1967-1976

Folder 24

Canaday, Frank, 1974-1975

Folder 25

Capra, Catherine, 1966-1969

Folder 26

Carlson, Rubie, 1968

Folder 27

Chang, Rosalind, 1975-1977

Folder 28

The China Quarterly, 1960-1975. See also SPEECHES AND WRITINGS for correspondence regarding articles submitted to this publication

Box 5., Folder 1

Clubb, Bruce, 1974-1976

Folder 2

Clubb, Oliver Edmund, Jr., 1971-1976

Folder 3

Clubb family, 1969-1978. Includes correspondence with Clubb's daughter, Zoe, son-in-law, Bill, and granddaughter

Folder 4

Cohen, Elliot, 1975-1978

Folder 5

Columbia University Press, 1962-1979. See also SPEECHES AND WRITINGS for correspondence regarding material published, or projected to be published, by this press

Folder 6

Cornell University Press, 1967

Folder 7

Crane, Sylvia, 1972-1984

Folder 8

Crowe, Colin, 1975-1976

Folder 9

Cumings, Bruce, 1972

Folder 10

Custer, Benjamin Scott, 1975-1976

Folder 11

Daniel, Barry, 1976

Folder 12

Dufour, Pierre, 1958-1978

Folder 13

Eckhardt, Bob, 1969

Folder 14

The Economist, 1953. See also SPEECHES AND WRITINGS for correspondence regarding material submitted to this publication

Folder 15

Eloesser, L., 1973

Folder 16

Emmerson, John, 1973

Folder 17

Epstein, William, 1969-1972

Folder 18

Fairbank, John K., 1966-1967

Folder 19

Findley, Paul, 1969

Folder 20

Foreign Affairs, 1959-1972

Folder 21

Foreign Policy Association, 1964-1977

Folder 22

Fox, John, 1974-1975

Folder 23

Fraser, Donald M., 1967-1977

Folder 24

Frederick A. Praeger, Inc., 1955-1964

Folder 25

Frillman, Paul and Louise, 1972-1976

Folder 26

Fulbright, J. W., 1958-1969

Folder 27

Galenovich, Yuri, 1974-1975

Folder 28

Gluck, Sidney, 1975

Folder 29

Gram, Frederick S., 1956-1977

Folder 30

Griffith, Samuel B., III, 1967-1976

Folder 31

Gurney, Natalie, 1953

Folder 32

Hadden, Dick and Frances, 1969-1978

Folder 33

Halberstam, David, 1972

Folder 34

Harper's, 1959-1975

Folder 35

Hellie, Ole, 1967-1976

Folder 36

Hester, Hugh, 1956-1973

Folder 37

Historical Abstracts, 1959

Folder 38

Hitch, S. Herbert, 1973

Folder 39

Hoose, Harned Pettus, 1976

Folder 40

Howe, Quincy, 1972

Folder 41

Humphrey, Hubert H., 1956-1976

Folder 42

Institute on Man and Science, 1971-1975. Includes correspondence with Everett Clinchy

Box 6., Folder 1

J. B. Lipincott, Co., 1970

Folder 2

Jacobson, George and Dorothy, 1956-1978

Folder 3

Jaffa, Herbert, 1967-1971

Folder 4

Javits, Jacob K., 1958

Folder 5

Komor, Mathias, 1969-1971

Folder 6

Kreisky, Fritz and Selma, 1967-1975

Folder 7

Kuh, Frederick, 1953-1966

Folder 8

Kuzmin, Viatcheslav, 1967-1969

Folder 9

Lamb, Lionel, Sir, 1967-1974

Folder 10

Lamont, Corliss, 1972-1976

Folder 11

Larkcom, Eric and Dorothy Jacobs-Larkcom, 1973-1977

Folder 12

Lattimore, Owen, 1955

Folder 13

Leonard, Jane, 1971-1972

Folder 14

Levi, Warner, 1956

Folder 15

Lewis, Anthony, 1977

Folder 16

Lewis, Winston, 1974

Folder 17

Lowenthal, John, 1977

Folder 18

McCarthy, Eugene, 1968

Folder 19

McGovern, George, 1969-1977. See also SUBJECT FILE

Folder 20

McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1964-1965

Folder 21

Mandel, David, 1966-1978

Folder 22

Medical Aid for Indochina, Inc., 1973

Folder 23

Melby, John, 1968-1973

Folder 24

Melman, Seymour, 1975

Folder 25

Morse, Wayne, 1954-1972

Folder 26

Nash, Ernest, 1969-1970

Folder 27

The Nation, 1953-1975. Includes correspondence with Carey McWilliams. See also SPEECHES AND WRITINGS for correspondence regarding articles submitted to this publication

Folder 28

National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy (SANE), 1966-1974

Folder 29

National Committee on United States-China Relations, Inc., 1966-1975

Box 7., Folder 1

The New York Times, 1954-1977. See also SPEECHES AND WRITINGS for letters (published and unpublished) to the editor of this publication

Folder 2

The New Yorker, 1973-1974. Includes correspondence with E. J. Kahn

Folder 3

Newman, Robert P., 1977-1978

Folder 4

Newsweek, 1971

Folder 5

Oxford University Press, 1978

Folder 6

Pacific Affairs, 1953

Folder 7

Porter, Charles, 1970-1976

Folder 8

The Progressive, 1955-1978. Includes correspondence with Erwin Knoll and Morris Rubin. See also SPEECHES AND WRITINGS for correspondence regarding articles submitted to this publication

Folder 9

Random House, Inc., 1972-1974

Folder 10

The Reporter, 1957-1959

Folder 11

Rinden, Robert, 1968-1977

Folder 12

Ritchie, Will and Ella, 1967-1969

Folder 13

Rouillard, George and Gail, 1972-1973

Folder 14

Rusk, Dean, 1955

Folder 15

Ryan, William F., 1970

Folder 16

Sacharoff, Mark, 1971-1979

Folder 17

Salisbury, Harrison, 1871-1975

Folder 18

Salisbury, Larry, 1969

Folder 19

Scalapino, Robert, 1974-1977. See also SUBJECT FILE for correspondence with Scalapino regarding the platform positions of the Democratic National Committee

Folder 20

Schaller, Michael, 1977

Folder 21

Schell, Moxie, 1974-1976

Folder 22

Schell, Orville, Mr. and Mrs., 1967-1975

Folder 23

Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr., 1953

Folder 24

Selleck, Jameson D., 1977

Folder 25

Service, John S., 1966-1977

Folder 26

Smedley, Frederick, 1971-1978

Folder 27

Snow, Edgar and Lois, 1966-1979

Box 8., Folder 1

Time-Life Books, Inc., 1975-1978. Includes correspondence with Charles Osborne and William Goolrick

Folder 2

Topping, Seymour, 1971-1972

Folder 3

Tuchman, Barbara, 1971-1974

Folder 4

University of California Press, 1971-1977

Folder 5

Vincent, John Carter, Mr. and Mrs., 1966-1975

Folder 6

Vixseboxse, Jan and Agnes, 1969-1976

Folder 7

Vogel, William, 1967

Folder 8

Walker, Mildred, 1972-1975

Folder 9

War/Peace Report, 1966-1967. See also SPEECHES AND WRITINGS for correspondence regarding articles submitted to this publication

Folder 10

Warburg, James P., 1956-1968

Folder 11

Watkins, James T., IV, 1971

Folder 12

Watson, Gale and Elva, 1967-1975

Folder 13

Whiting, Allen, 1956-1972

Folder 14

Whittaker, Urban, 1961-1962

Folder 15

Wilbur, C. Martin, 1965

Folder 16

Williams, Oliver, 1968-1976

Folder 17

Wohl, Paul, 1970-1972

Folder 18

Women Strike for Peace, 1966

Folder 19

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1962-1965

Folder 20

Worldview, 1972-1983. See also SPEECHES AND WRITINGS for correspondence regarding articles submitted to this publication

Folder 21

Wu, Chaucer, 1957

Folder 22

Yee, Hubert, 1975

Folder 23

Yoken, Mel, 1974-1976

Folder 24

Zeligs, Meyer, 1963-1967. Includes biographical material concerning Clubb

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1940-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Articles, books, correspondence, notes, outlines, and research material. Dates and titles established on the basis of bibliographies prepared by the author (for bibliographies, see BIOGRAPHICAL FILE)
Box 9., Folder 1

"Across the Formosa Strait," outline for book project, n.d. Typescript

Folder 2

"The Aims of U.S. Diplomacy in East Asia," n.d. Typescript

 

"America, Russia, and the Chinese Revolution," n.d. Typescript

Folder 3

Chapters 1-2

Folder 4

Chapters 4-6 (3 is missing)

Folder 5

"The American Foreign Service," n.d. Two typescript drafts

Folder 6

Article on China, incomplete draft, n.d. Typescript

Folder 7

"The Board's Informants," n.d. Typescript

Folder 8

Book reviews, n.d. Three typescript texts

Folder 9

"Boy on a Burning Deck," n.d. Typescript

Folder 10

"By the Witnesses Against Him," n.d. Three typescript drafts

Folder 11

"Chang Hsin-Hai," n.d. Typescript

Folder 12

"China, the USSR and the USA in Southeast Asia," n.d. Typescript

Folder 13

"Chinese Communist Ideology in Evolution," n.d. Typescript

Folder 14

"Chinese-Russian Relations from Mongol Times to the Present," n.d. Book length text, possibly an early version of China and Russia: The 'Great Game', 1971. Typescript

Folder 15

"The Cream of the Jest," n.d. Typescript

Folder 16

"Crisis in Asia: Matsu and Quemoy," n.d. Typescript

Folder 17

"Decline and Fall of the Manchu Empire," n.d. Typescript outline and notes

Folder 18

"Democracy and the New Order," n.d. Typescript

Folder 19

Eulogy for Paul Frillman, n.d. Typescript

Folder 20

"Fact Sheet - Asia," n.d. Typescript

Folder 21

"The Future of Formosa," n.d. Typescript

Folder 22

"The Future of Sinkiang," n.d. Typescript

Folder 23

"The Glorious Succession," n.d. Typescript

Box 10., Folder 1

History of Manchuria, n.d. Notes, genealogical table, research material (in Chinese and Russian), and text. Holograph and typescript

Folder 2

"The History of Manchuria," n.d. Notes, outline, and text. Holograph and typescript

Folder 3

"The Homecoming," n.d. Typescript

Folder 4

"Maneuvers - Naval and Other," n.d. Typescript

Folder 5

"John P. Davies and the U.S. Foreign Service," n.d. Typescript

Folder 6

"Let's Cry Treason," n.d. Typescript

Folder 7

"The Mad Hatter's Tea Party," n.d. Typescript notes

Folder 8

"Memorandum on the Solution of the Chinese Problem" (authorship uncertain), n.d. Printed copy

Folder 9

"The Middle East and U.S. Policy," n.d. Typescript

Folder 10

"Neutralism and Communism," n.d. Typescript

Folder 11

"Neutralism and Ostrichism," n.d. Typescript

Folder 12

Notes on revolution and bureaucracy, n.d. Typescript

Folder 13

"Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc," n.d. Typescript

Folder 14

"The Significance of Korea," n.d. Typescript

Folder 15

"Sino-American Relations," book length text, n.d. Typescript draft

Folder 16

"The United States and Asia," n.d. Typescript

Folder 17

"The Unsolved China Problem," n.d. Typescript

Folder 18

"Whose 'Agrarian Reformers'?" n.d. Typescript

Folder 19

"Winter of the Nationalists' Discontent," n.d. Typescript

Box 11., Folder 1

"The Reform Movement of 1898," 1940 June. Typescript

Folder 2

"Assigned to Harbin...," The American Foreign Service Journal, 1948 June. Printed copy

Folder 3

"American Policy in Respect to China," The American Foreign Service Journal, 1948 November. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 4

"Communism in China," speech, Colgate University, 1950 July 10. Typescript

Folder 5

"No Peking Picnic," The American Foreign Service Journal, 1950 October. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 6

"Chinese Frontiers," article submitted to Far Eastern Survey (not published), 1951 April 19. Correspondence and three typescript drafts (attributed to "J. E. N.")

Folder 7

"Chinese Communist Strategy in Foreign Relations," The Annals of the American Academy of Political Science, 1951 September. Correspondence and two typescript drafts

Folder 8

Review of C. Patrick Fitzgerald, Revolution in China, 1952(?). Typescript

Folder 9

"Communist Strategy in Asia," Eastern World, 1952 October. Correspondence and two typescript drafts

Folder 10

"The Significance of Korea," unpublished article, 1952 October 31. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 11

"'Titoism' and the Chinese Communist Regime," The World Today, 1952 December (attributed to "O. E. C."). Correspondence and three typescript drafts

Folder 12

Background memoranda submitted to The Economist, 1953. Correspondence and six typescript texts

Folder 13

Memoranda, largely relating to Chinese history and American foreign policy, 1953-1956. Fourteen typescript texts

Folder 14

"'Plus Ça Change...' in China?" Far Eastern Survey, 1953 January 28. Printed copy

Folder 15

Review of Liu, Shaw-tong, Out of Red China, article submitted to Pacific Affairs, 1953 July 15. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 16

"Korea and Northeast Asia," The World Today, 1953 September. Correspondence, two typescript drafts, and printed copy

Folder 17

"The Perenniel (sic) China Tangle," unpublished article, 1953 September 26. Typescript

Folder 18

"Rainbow in the China Sky," unpublished article (signed "Epithemus"), 1953 October 12. Two typescript drafts

Folder 19

"Asians and the Korean Question," unpublished article, 1953 October 19

Folder 20

Book reviews submitted to The Nation, 1954. Correspondence and three typescript texts

Folder 21

"Federal Loyalty and Security Procedures," 1954 January 6. Typescript

Folder 22

"The Perennials," 1954 March 17. Typescript

Folder 23

"Asia and the Geneva Conference," Eastern World, 1954 April. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 24

"Thoughts on Indochina," 1954 April 27. Typescript notes

Folder 25

"Chinese Communist Development Programs in Manchuria," paper delivered at the Twelfth Conference, Institute of Pacific Relations, Kyoto, Japan, 1954 September-October. Printed copy

Folder 26

"Peking and Moscow Eye Japan," article submitted to The New Statesman and Nation (not published), 1954 November. Correspondence, outline, and typescript

Folder 27

"National Security and Our Foreign Service," The Nation, 1954 December 25. Printed copy

Folder 28

Book reviews submitted to The Nation, 1955. Correspondence and four typescript texts

Folder 29

Editorials submitted to The Nation, 1955. Correspondence and seven typescript texts

Folder 30

"America's 'Entangling Alliance' with Formosa," The World Today, 1955 February. Correspondence and two typescript texts

Box 12., Folder 1

"Disunity in SEATO," The Nation, 1955 March 12. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 2

"The Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region," Eastern World, 1955 April. Printed copy

Folder 3

"Quemoy or Asia," The Nation, 1955 April 16. Two typescript drafts and printed copy

Folder 4

"Four Horns to an Asiatic Dilemma," The Nation, 1955 May 4. Typescript

Folder 5

"Japan Turns Back to Asia," The Progressive, 1955 June. Correspondence and printed copy

Folder 6

"The Mongolian People's Republic," Eastern World, 1955 September. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 7

"Dragon's Teeth in Korea," The Nation, 1955 September 3. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 8

"United States Defense Policy in the West Pacific," World Today, 1955 October. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 9

"Rhee's War on Japan," The Nation, 1955 November 5. Correspondence and printed copy

Folder 10

"Divided Vietnam: Second Korea?" The Progressive, 1955 December. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 11

Book reviews submitted to The Nation, 1956. Correspondence and thirteen typescript texts, some being versions of the same article

Folder 12

Editorials submitted to The Nation, 1956. Correspondence and four typescript texts

Folder 13

"Two-Way Streets and the One-Track Mind," article submitted to The Nation (not published), 1956 April. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 14

"Formosa in World Perspective," paper delivered at the annual meeting of the Far Eastern Association, Philadelphia, 1956 April 3. Correspondence, program, and two typescript texts

Folder 15

Review of Chinese documents project, submitted to Far Eastern Quarterly, 1956 April 13. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 16

"Dead Hand Over Asia," The Progressive, 1956 May. Correspondence and three typescript drafts

17

"Soviet Political Strategy in Asia," World Today, 1956 May (attributed to "A. B. C."). Correspondence, two typescript drafts, and printed copy

Folder 18

"Crazy-Quilt 'Foreign Aid'," The Nation, 1956 May 9. Typescript

Folder 19

Review of Chinese documents project (part two), submitted to Far Eastern Quarterly, 1956 July 15. Correspondence and typescript

20

Review of Henry Wei, China and Soviet Russia, submitted to Far Eastern Survey, 1956 August 6. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 21

"Chiang Kai-Shek's Waterloo: The Battle of the Hwai-Hai," Pacific Historical Review, 1956 November. Correspondence, two typescript drafts, and printed copy

Folder 22

"The Cold War and the Campaign," The Progressive, 1956 November. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 23

Review of Tieh-tseng Li, The Historical Status of Tibet, published in The Annals of the American Academy of Political Science, 1956 November. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 24

"Tibet's Strategic Position," Eastern World, 1956 December. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Box 13., Folder 1

Books reviews submitted to The Nation, 1957. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 2

Editorials submitted to The Nation, 1957. Correspondence and three typescript texts

Folder 3

"Challenge to the West," The Progressive, 1957 January. Printed copy

Folder 4

"The Ramparts We Rent," The Nation, 1957 January 26. Correspondence, typescript, galley proof, and printed copy

Folder 5

"Pivot of History," Military Review, 1957 February. Correspondence only

Folder 6

"Arms Diplomacy in the Atlantic," article submitted to The Nation (not published), 1957 March 24. Correspondence and three typescript drafts

Folder 7

"Asia's Revolution Moves Westward," The Progressive, 1957 May. Typescript draft and corrections

Folder 8

"Crisis in Our Coalition," Frontier, 1957 June. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 9

"Formosa: The Dream Dissolves," The Nation, 1957 June 8. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 10

"Suez and the Indian Ocean," U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, 1957 August. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 11

"Manchuria - Communist Keystone," Military Review, 1957 November. Correspondence, two typescript drafts, and printed copy

Folder 12

"Manchuria in the Balance, 1945-1946," Pacific Historical Review, 1957 November. Correspondence, three typescript drafts, printed copy, and typescript reply (not pulbished) to a critic of the original article

Folder 13

"America, Russia, and the Chinese Revolution," 1958. Correspondence and outline only

Folder 14

Editorials submitted to The Nation, 1958. Correspondence and three typescript texts

Folder 15

"The Ordeal of the West," unpublished article, 1958. Correspondence and three typescript drafts

Folder 16

"Military Debacle in Manchuria," The Army Quarterly and Defence Journal (London), 1958 January. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 17

"The Foreign Policy Issue - Survival," article submitted to The Nation (unpublished), 1958 March. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 18

"The Role of Turkestan in Soviet Middle East Policy," World Today, 1958 May. Correspondence, typescript, galley proof, and printed copy

Folder 19

"Turkestan in Transition," Eastern World, 1958 August. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 20

"Chiang's Shadow Over Warsaw," The Reporter, 1958 October 2. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 21

"Our China Policy Reaches Dead End," The Progressive, 1958 November. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 22

"Soviet Oriental Studies and the Asian Revolution," Pacific Affairs, 1958 December. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 23

"Northward the Course of Empire," Military Review, 1959 January. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 24

"Needed - The Discovery of Asia," article submitted to The American Scholar (not published), 1959 February. Correspondence and three typescript drafts

Folder 25

Editorial submitted to The Nation, 1959 April 30. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 26

"Sino-Soviet Power in the West Pacific," U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, 1959 June. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 27

"Our Ignorance of Asia," The Progressive, 1959 July. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 28

"The Old Order Passes in Tibet," Eastern World, 1959 August. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Box 14., Folder 1

"Formosa's Future," Frontier, 1959 September. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 2

"Oriental Studies Through Soviet Eyes," Pacific Affairs, 1959 September. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 3

"China's Drive Toward Empire," The Progressive, 1959 October. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 4

"Formosa and the Offshore Islands in American Policy, 1950-1955," Political Science Quarterly, 1959 December. Correspondence, typescript, printed copy, and reprint

Folder 5

Book reviews submitted to Far Eastern Survey, 1960. Correspondence and four typescript texts

Folder 6

"Tibet and India," talk on radio station WKCR, 1960 January 6. Memorandum and typescript

Folder 7

"On the Roof of the World," Military Review, 1960 February. Correspondence, clipping, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 8

Editorial submitted to The Nation, 1960 June 23. Typescript

Folder 9

Review of Allen S. Whiting, China Crosses the Yalu, The Journal of Asian Studies, 1961 January 18. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 10

"The Lesson of Laos," The Progressive, 1961 May. Correspondence, two typescript texts, and printed copy

Folder 11

"Soviet versus Chinese Communism," Military Review, 1961 November. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 12

Letters to the editor, The New York Times, 1962-1984. Correspondence and printed copies

Folder 13

"New Stage in Sino-American Relations," article submitted to The Progressive (not published), 1962 January 18. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 14

"Trap in Vietnam," The Progressive, 1962 April. Printed copy

Folder 15

"Patchwork on the Sino-Soviet Alliance," Military Review, 1962 August. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 16

Did U.S. Play into Communist Hands in Asia?" The National Observer, 1962 October 15. Printed copy

Folder 17

"The Sino-Indian Border Conflict," 1962 November 7. Typescript

Folder 18

"China's Position in Asia," Journal of International Affairs, 1963 Spring. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 19

"The 1958 Formosa Strait Crisis in Sino-American Relations," article submitted to The China Quarterly (not published), 1963 August 9. Correspondence and two typescript texts

Folder 20

"Parting of the Ways," Military Review, 1963 October. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 21

"Toward an Affirmative Approach to China," The Progressive, 1963 November. Correspondence and three typescript texts

Folder 22

"The International Position of Communist China," paper delivered at the Hammarskjöld Forums, New York, 1963 December 2. Correspondence and typescript

 

20th Century China, 1964. Typescript

Box 15., Folder 1

Chapters 1-6

Folder 2

Chapters 7-12

Folder 3

"Living with China as a Great Power," The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1964 January. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 4

"Asia: Factors, Issues, and Propositions," internal memorandum prepared for Americans for Democratic Action, 1964 January 23. Typescript

Folder 5

"China's Borders in History, Law, and Politics," seminar paper, Columbia University, 1964 April. Printed copy

Folder 6

"Sino-Soviet Frontier," Military Review, 1964 July. Correspondence and two typescript texts

Folder 7

"Communist China's Foreign Affairs," speech, U.S. Army Signal Center, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, 1964 October 13. Correspondence and clipping

Folder 8

Speech, East Asian Institute, Columbia University, 1964 November. Clipping

Folder 9

"Nuclear Disarmament and Mainland China," policy paper prepared for Americans for Democratic Action, 1964 November 18. Typescript

Folder 10

"The New World Triangle," The Progressive, 1964 December. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 11

"Vietnam and the End of the SEATO Decade," The Correspondent, 1965 Winter. Correspondence

Folder 12

"Sino-American Relations and the Future of Formosa," Political Science Quarterly, 1965 March. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 13

Speech, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, 1965 March 19. Correspondence, press release, and clipping

Folder 14

"The World that Is China," address, National Alumni Program of Columbia University, 1965 March 24. Printed copy

Folder 15

Speech, Columbia University, 1965 March 25. Announcement and clipping

Folder 16

"The United States and Asia," article submitted to The Progressive (not published), 1965 March 25. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 17

Interview, RKO-General Broadcasting, 1965 April 5. Correspondence and transcript

Folder 18

"Our China Policy," Christianity and Crisis, 1965 April 19. Correspondence, two typescript texts, and printed copy

Folder 19

"The Second World Revolution," The Progressive, 1965 June. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 20

"China: Confucius and the Commissars," chapter in The Nature of the Non-Western World, 1965 July 28. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 21

"How China Was 'Lost'," book review submitted to The New York Herald Tribune, 1965 August 11. Typescript

Folder 22

"Red China," Marine Corps Gazette, 1965 October. Correspondence

Folder 23

"China: A Stranger and Afraid," Columbia University Forum, 1966 Winter. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 24

China's View of the United States," article submitted to the Associated Press (not published), 1966 January 31. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 25

"The Cost of Vietnam," The Progressive, 1966 April. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Box 16., Folder 1

"Sino-American Relations," Diplomat, 1966 September. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Biographical Dictionary of Republican China, (Howard Boorman, editor), 1967-1969

Folder 2

Correspondence and memoranda

Folder 3

Clippings

Folder 4-7

Typescript

Box 17., Folder 1

"Is Mao's Rule Nearing End?" article written for United Press International, 1967 January 14. Correspondence and printed copy

Folder 2

"Behind the Cultural Revolution," War/Peace Report, 1967 March. Correspondence and printed copy

Folder 3

"Russia's Entry into the 'Unequal Treaty System'," seminar paper, Columbia University, 1967 March 29. Printed copy

Folder 4

Communism in China, 1968. Correspondence, typescript and printed copy of preface, and maps

Folder 5

"The Challenge of Communist China," speech to Columbia University Club of Houston, 1968 March 14. Program and typescript

Folder 6

"A Hard Look at China," interview, World Campus, 1968 April. Printed copy

Folder 7

"China and the Western World," Current History, 1968 September. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 8

Review of Alberto Moravia, The Red Book and the Great Wall, Saturday Review, 1968 November 9. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 9

"Putting China into Perspective," review of books on China, War/Peace Report, 1969 April. Printed copy

Folder 10

"McCarthyism and Our Asian Policy," Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, 1969 May. Two typescript texts

Folder 11

"Chinese Communist Ideology in Revolution," lecture, McMaster University, 1969 October 24. Typescript

Folder 12

"Inside the White Paper - from the Outside," speech, American Historical Association, 1969 December 29. Typescript

Folder 13

China's Borderlands, projected book (not published), 1970(?). Correspondence and typescript

Folder 14

"The Unsolved 'China Question'," review of books on China, 1970(?). Typescript

15

"The Global Triangle," The Progressive, 1970 March. Printed copy

Folder 16

"Our Asia Policy: The House Cold Warriors Built," article submitted to The New York Review of Books (not published), 1970 May 2. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 17

"China and the United States: Collision Course?" Current History, 1970 September. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 18

"It's a New War," The Progressive, 1970 October. Printed copy

Folder 19

Review of Andrew Hacker, The End of the American Era, The Nation, 1970 September 7. Printed copy

20-21

China and Russia: The 'Great Game', 1971. Typescript

Folder 22

Book reviews, Saturday Review, 1971. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copies

Box 18., Folder 1

"State of Our Asia Policy," The New York Times, 1971 March 1. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 2

Review of John Robinson Beal, Marshall in China, submitted to The American Political Science Review, 1971 March 6. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 3

Review of books on China, submitted to Canadian Slavic Studies, 1971 March 14. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 4

Review of books on China, submitted to The Saturday Review, 1971 May 10. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 5

Review of Neville Maxwell, India's China War, submitted to Political Science Quarterly, 1971 May 14. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 6

"China's Plans: An Informed Guess," The Nation, 1971 May 17. Printed copy

Folder 7

"Games Cold Warriors Play," The New York Times, 1971 July 26. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 8

"China's Strategic Shift," The Progressive, 1971 August. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 9

"China and the United States: Beyond Pingpong," Current History, 1971 September. Correspondence, typescript, and galley proof

Folder 10

"Chinese Dreamer of Dreams," article submitted to The New York Times, 1972 February 17. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 11

"China Since 1949: Seeking the Road to National Greatness," The New York Times, 1972 February 23. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 12

"A New China, the Old Politics," Worldview, 1972 March. Printed copy

Folder 13

"The President's Prospects in Moscow," The New York Times, 1972 May 23. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 14

"China, Russia, and East Asia," Pacific Commentary, 1972 July. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 15

"Negotiating the Future of Taiwan," Worldview, 1972 September. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 16

"Sino-Soviet Relations and the Economic Imperative," Current History, 1972 September. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 17

Review of Foster Rhea Dulles, American Policy Toward Communist China 1949-1969, submitted to The Virginia Quarterly Review, 1972 October 14. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 18

"Our Indochina War," Current History, 1972 December. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 19

"Vietnam: A Lesson from History," The New York Times, 1972 December 5. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 20

Article for Collier's Encyclopedia, 1973. Correspondence

Folder 21

"The Cease-Fire," The Nation,1973 February 12. Correspondence, two typescript texts, and printed copy

Folder 22

"Massive Changes Are in Course in Asia," The New York Times, 1973 February 25. Correspondence, two typescript texts, and printed copy

Folder 23

"China: Looking to the Future," paper delivered at 26th National Roosevelt Day of Americans for Democratic Action, 1973 March 1. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 24

"Indochina and U.S. Aid," Worldview, 1973 May. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 25

"New Horizons in U.S.-Soviet Trade," The Progressive, 1973 June. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 26

"Security Risks: National Security and the State Department," Worldview, 1973 August. Correspondence, two typescript texts, and printed copy

Folder 27

"Maoism versus Khruschevism: Ten Years," The Nation, 1973 September. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

 

The Witness and I, 1974

Box 19., Folder 1

Notes

Folder 2

Correspondence

Folder 3-4

Typescript

Folder 5

Printed copy

Folder 6

"Power in the World Economic Arena," The New York Times, 1974 June 29. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 7

"America Alone," The Progressive, 1974 August. Correspondence, two typescript texts, and printed copy

Folder 8

"China and the Superpowers," Current History, 1974 September. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 9

"The Soviet Union in World Trade," Worldview, 1974 September. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 10

"Witchhunting and American Foreign Relations," remarks delivered at a reception for The Nation, 1974 November 15. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 11

"On All the Evidence," Foreign Service Journal, 1974 December. Printed copy

Box 20., Folder 1

Review of Ross Koen, The China Lobby in American Politics, The Progressive, 1975 January. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 2

"'Project Interpendence' vs. Economic Nationalism," article submitted to The New York Times (not published), 1975 January 28. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 3

"China and the Big 2," The New York Times, 1975 February 3. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 4

"Third World Trade: USSR vs. China," Worldview, 1975 April. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 5

"Soviet-American Trade: Can't We Do Anything Right?" The Nation, 1975 April 26. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 6

"Latin America in Revolt," article submitted to The New York Times (not published), 1975 June 6. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 7

"The Third World vs.'Superpower'," Worldview, 1975 July-August. Printed copy

Folder 8

"The New Power Imbalance in Southeast Asia," Current History, 1975 December. Printed copy

Folder 9

"Saying, 'National Security...'," article, 1976(?). Typescript

Folder 10

"China and the U.S. After Chou," The Nation, 1976 January 31. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 11

"'Intelligence,' Diplomacy, and a New World Order," article submitted to The New York Times (not published). Correspondence and typescript

Folder 12

"The Hemisphere Falls Apart," The Progressive, 1976 March. Correspondence and two typescript texts

Folder 13

"China Looks Beyond Mao: The 'Struggle Between Two Lines'," The Nation, 1976 May 1. Correspondence and printed copy

Folder 14

Review of C. L. Sulzberger, The Coldest War, Slavic Review, 1976 July. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 15

"China and the West Pacific Powers," Current History, 1976 September. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 16

"Revolution or 'Revisionism'," The Nation, 1976 September. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 17

"What the 'Pacific Doctrine' Overlooks," Worldview, 1976 September. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 18

"China's Options After Mao," editorial, The Nation, 1976 September 25. Printed copy

Folder 19

Remarks on China to The American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, 1976 November 12. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 20

"China's Grand Strategy," article submitted to Foreign Affairs (not published), 1977 February. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 21

"'Coexistence' After Mao," The Progressive, 1977 February. Correspondence and printed copy

Folder 22

"China After Mao," Current History, 1977 September. Correspondence, two typescript texts, and printed copy

Folder 23

"Morality, Law, and the New World Order," Worldview, 1977 September. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 24

"China's 'Revolutionary' Grand Strategy," article submitted to Foreign Policy (not published), 1978. Correspondence and typescript

Box 21., Folder 1

Radio commentaries for "In the Public Interest" (not broadcast), 1978. Correspondence and four typescript texts

Folder 2

"China's New Constitution: 'Great Order' Under Hua Kuo-feng," The Nation, 1978 April 8. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 3

"China and the Three Worlds," Current History, 1978 September. Two typescript texts and printed copy

Folder 4

Article on China, 1979 January 17. Typescript

Folder 5

"China and America," The New York Times Magazine, 1979 January 28. Correspondence, two typescript texts, and printed copy

Folder 6

"Chinese Checkmate: The Taiwan Question," The Nation, 1979 February 24. Correspondence, typescript, galley proof, and printed copy

Folder 7

"Foreign Policy Disasters - Why?" article submitted to The New York Times, 1979 March 19. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 8

"Blunder in Vietnam: China Drops a Stone on Its Own Foot," The Nation, 1979 March 24. Correspondence, two typescript texts, and printed copy

Folder 9

"China and the West Pacific Powers," lecture, Syracuse University, 1979 Summer. Printed copy

Folder 10

"The Perils of a Political Foreign Policy," The Nation, 1979 December 8. Correspondence, two typescript texts, and printed copy

Folder 11

"Peking's Courtship of 'the West' Beyond SALT," Just for the Press, 1980 January-February. Correspondence, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 12

Review of Gary May, China Scapegoat: The Diplomatic Ordeal of John Carter Vincent, Worldview, 1980 January-February. Printed copy

Folder 13

"The Carter Doctrine and the Ayatollah Khomeini," article submitted to The New York Times, 1980 February 22. Correspondence and two typescript texts

Folder 14

"The Middle East: Superpowers Keep Out," The Nation, 1980 May 31. Printed copy

Folder 15

"China and the 'Industrialized Democracies'," Current History, 1980 September. Printed copy

Folder 16

"The Diminution of Diplomatic Expertise," article submitted to Worldview (not published), 1980 October 16. Correspondence and two typescript texts

Box 22., Folder 1

"De-Maoizing China: A Revolution on Trial," The Nation, 1981 January 31. Printed copy

Folder 2

"America's China Policy," Current History, 1981 September. Printed copy

Folder 3

"Planning for War - And for Peace," unpublished article, 1983 April 4. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 4

"The Martial Syndrome in the Nuclear Age," article submitted to The Nation (not published), 1983 December 15. Correspondence and three typescript texts

 

ACADEMIC FILE, 1959-1965.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, lecture outlines, and memoranda, relating to Clubb's academic career
Box 22., Folder 5

Brooklyn College

Folder 6-7

Columbia University

 

MARIANN CLUBB FILE, 1946-1982

Box 22., Folder 8

Autobiography, n.d. Holograph and typescript

Box 23., Folder 1-3

Autobiography

Folder 4

Correspondence, 1946-1982

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1956-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, memoranda, and printed matter
Box 23., Folder 5

American Committee on East-West Accord

Folder 6

Americans for Democratic Action

Folder 7

Asia Scholars to End the War

Box 24., Folder 1-2

China - Politics and government

Folder 3

Committee for New China Policy

Folder 4-5

Democratic National Committee

Box 25., Folder 1

Democratic National Committee

Folder 2

International League for Human Rights

Folder 3

McGovern for President campaign

Folder 4

Mongolia - Politics and government

 

PHOTOGRAPH, n.d.

Box 25., Folder 5

One print depicting O. Edmund Clubb

 

CARD INDEX FILE, n.d.

Box 26-35.

Lecture outlines and research notes, largely concerning Chinese history and politics