Title: John D. Montgomery Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1946-1991
Collection number: 75039
Montgomery, John D. (John Dickey), 1920-2008.
18 manuscript boxes
(7.5 linear feet)
Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Writings, reports, notes, interview summaries, and printed matter, relating to American aid to South Vietnam and other southeast
Asian countries, economic development in various Asian and African countries, Japanese and German public opinion regarding
the purge of wartime leaders after World War II, and political, social, and economic effects of the purge on Japan and Germany.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
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[Identification of item], John D. Montgomery Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution
Economic assistance, American--Asia, Southeastern.
Economic assistance, American--Vietnam.
Asia, Southeastern--Economic conditions.
United States--Foreign relations.
Japan--History--Allied occupation, 1945-1952.
|1920, Feb. 15
||Born, Evanston, Illinois
||B.A., Kalamazoo College
||Ph.D., Harvard University
Purge in Occupied Japan
Forced to be Free
||Chief Academic Advisor, National Institute of Administration, Saigon, Vietnam
Cases in Vietnamese Administration
Education and Training in Developing Countries and
Traditions, Values and Socio-Economic Development
The Politics of Foreign Aid
||Professor of Public Administration, Harvard University
Approaches to Development: Politics, Administration and Change
Political and Administrative Development
Policy Science and Population
Values and Development: Appraising Asian Experience
Patterns of Policy: Comparative and Longitudinal Studies of Population Events
Appropriate Technology and Social Values
||Chairman, Department of Government, Harvard University
Technology and International Affairs