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Part I: Harvard University File, 1963-1976 (continued)
Speeches and Writings File, 1965-1976 (continued)
Lists, 1968, undated
(2 folders)
July, “What Kind of Faith Built the National Shrine?” Commonweal
Nov. 5, “Who Gets in the Army?” New Republic
Fall, “What is Community Action?” Public Interest
Jan., “Will the Bureaucracy Accept It?” Atlantic Monthly
Feb. 5, “The Case for a Family Allowance,” New York Times Magazine
Feb., “The President and the Negro: The Moment Lost,” Commentary
(4 folders)
BOX I: 217 May
“Maria Regina Martyrum,” Atlantic Monthly
“Urban Conditions: General,” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
(2 folders)
July 8, “Young People Are Trying to Tell Us Something. . .,” Harvard Alumni Bulletin
Aug. 5, “How Liberals Failed the Negro,” Newsday
(2 folders)
Aug. 27, “Next: A New Auto Insurance Policy,” New York Times Magazine
Oct. 9, “The Politics of Stability,” New Leader
Oct., “The Urban Negro is the Urban Problem,” Transaction
Oct.-Nov., “Are We Ready for a Drastic Change?” Trial
“Protecting the Consumer,” Current
“Riot Causes: The Case Against the Liberals,” Catholic Home
“A Crisis of Confidence?” Public Interest
“Poverty in Cities,” in James Q. Wilson, ed., The Metropolitan Enigma: Inquiries Into the Nature and Dimensions of America's Urban Crisis
Summer, “The Relationship of Federal to Local Authorities,” Daedalus
“Changes for Automobile Claims,” The University of Illinois Law Forum
BOX I: 218 “Education of the Urban Poor,” Harvard Graduate School of Education Association Bulletin
“Nirvana Now,” American Scholar
Jan., “The End of Innocence,” New York Times Magazine
Feb. 17, “The Young Heretics,” Panorama-Chicago Daily News
“Auto Insurance: The System Has to Change,” Road and Track
“The Politics of Stability,” ADA World
Mar. 5, “Education of the Urban Poor,” Harvard University Graduate School of Education Bulletin
May 4, “Has This Country Gone Mad?” Saturday Evening Post
May, “The Democrats, Kennedy and the Murder of Dr. King,” Commentary
(3 folders)
“The New Racialism,” Atlantic Monthly
“The Professors and the Poor,” Commentary
Oct., “Anti-Advise for the White House,” Newsday
“The Crisis in Welfare,” Public Interest
BOX I: 219 “Sources of Resistance to the Coleman Report,” Harvard Educational Review
(2 folders)
“Where Liberals Went Wrong,” Republican Papers, edited by Melvin R. Laird
Jan. 5, “”The Misuse of Social Science in Government,” Washington Post
Feb., “The City in Chassis,” American Heritage
(2 folders)
Mar., “The Presidency and the Press,” Commentary
(3 folders)
BOX I: 220 May 2, “On Ethnicity,” New York Times
Nov. 1, “Did Arthur Goldberg Want U.N. Post?” New York Times
Summer, “The Education of Management in Times of Revolution,” Montana Business Quarterly
Winter, “On Universal Higher Education,” Educational Record
“Population-Coping With Change,” New England Merchants National Bank's New England Prospects
“Can Courts and Money Do It?” New York Times Annual Education Review
“The Social Atmosphere of Late Capitalism”
Mar.-Apr., “Social Welfare: Government vs. Private Efforts,” Foundation News
Apr. 4, “Avenue of Presidents,” New York Times
July 10, “Emerging Consensus,” Newsweek
Sept. 1, “How the President Sees His Second Term,” Life
Sept. 27, “Revenue Sharing: A Major Event,” New York Times
Sept., “The Emergence of Antidemocratic Bias in the United Nations”
Nov. 27, “My Turn: The Lesson of '72,” Newsweek
Dec., “An Address to the Entering Class at Harvard College,” Commentary
“Back to Earth,” Cry California
“The Schism in Black America,” Public Interest
(4 folders)
BOX I: 221 Fall, “Equalizing Education: In Whose Benefit?” Public Interest
(4 folders)
“Solving the Equal Educational Opportunity Dilemma: Equal Dollars is Not Equal Opportunity,” University of Illinois Law Forum
1973, Jan. “Annals of Politics,” New Yorker
Feb. 3, “Letter From Peking,” New Yorker
Mar. 31, untitled
Mar., “The United States in Opposition,” Commentary
Apr., “George A. Wiley: A Memoir,” The Crisis
1976, July 26, “The Totalitarian Terrorists,” New York (magazine)
“A Family Allowance at Last”
“On Staying the Course”
“The Problem before Us”
The Defenses of Freedom: The Public Papers of Arthur J. Goldberg (1966) See also Containers I:465-466, same heading
BOX I: 222 Forewords to books, 1968-1972
(4 folders)
“The Limits of American Government” (unpublished), 1971
On Understanding Poverty: Perspectives of the Social Sciences (1969)
(4 folders)
BOX I: 223 (3 folders)
(2 folders)
(2 folders)
BOX I: 224 (1 folder)
Reviews, 1968
Architectural Forum, 1966-1967
Atlantic Monthly, 1966-1967, 1975, undated
Correspondence, 1966-1976
(2 folders)
Ethnicity, 1972
“The Great Society: Lessons for the Future,” Public Interest, Winter 1974 (special issue)
(4 folders)
BOX I: 225 (1 folder)
Memoirs, undated
Random House, 1965-1975
Think, 1967-1968, 1975
Unidentified, undated
BOX I:225-323 Part I: Richard M. Nixon Administration, 1967-1972
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