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Part I: Miscellany, 1786-1976 (continued)
Panel on youth, 1971-1972
(2 folders)
Schedules, 1971-1972
Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn.
Arts Councils of America, 1966, undated
Biographical material, 1965-1966, undated
Conference on Crime and Justice, Boston, Mass.
Wesleyan Conference on Problems of the Lower-Class Negro Family, Wesleyan University
(1 folder)
BOX I:461 (2 folders)
White House Conference, “To Fulfill These Rights,” Washington, D.C.
(4 folders)
Planning session
(1 folder)
BOX I:462 (2 folders)
A-G, 1965-1966, undated
(8 folders)
BOX I:463 H-S, 1965-1966, undated
(14 folders)
BOX I:464 T-Z, 1965-1966, undated
(2 folders)
Unidentified, 1965-1966, undated
Interviews, 1965-1966
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1966
Lindsay, John V., 1965-1966
Miscellany, 1966, undated
Notes, 1966, undated
Seminar (government), 1965-1966, undated
Speeches and writings
(3 folders)
(2 folders)
BOX I:465 Apr.-June
(5 folders)
“Behind Los Angeles: Jobless Negroes and the Boom,” Reporter
“Family Policy for the Nations,” America
“Soviet Jews and World Opinion: A Breakthrough at Ljubljana,” National Jewish Monthly
Oct., “Negro Job Rate,” New York Times
“Moynihan Was Treating Negro Family as People,” Washington Post
“Slavery in America Was Worst in World,” Boston Sunday Globe
“Heart of the Matter: Negroes' Rights as Humans Have Been Ignored,” New Haven Register
“Tax Aid to the Poor,” New York Times
Jan., “No Single Answer,” Christian Century
“The Future of the Modern City,” Listener and BBC Television Review
Untitled article, Sunday Times Magazine
Apr., “For Whom Will We Toil,” AIA Journal
May, “The Discarded Third,” Look
Spring, “The War Against the Automobile,” Public Interest
“How to Become a Non-Person,” Saturday Evening Post, unpublished
(2 folders)
The Defenses of Freedom: The Public Papers of Arthur J. Goldberg (1966) See also Container I:221, same heading
(1 folder)
BOX I:466 (1 folder)
Letter to the editor, New Republic, May 1966
“The Negro Family: The Case for National Action” by Moynihan, 1965 See also Containers I:66 and I:184, same heading
“Controversy in the Civil Rights Movement: The Moynihan Report” by Jonathan G. Swift, 1966
Carper, Laura, 1966
Deletions, 1966
Distribution, 1965-1966, undated
Payton, Benjamin F., 1965-1966
(2 folders)
Reaction, 1965-1966
(3 folders)
Ryan, William, 1965-1966
“Sources of the Moynihan Controversy: An Exploration of the Dynamics of Policy Makings in Civil Rights” by Lee Rainwater and William L. Yancey, 1966
BOX I:467 Wirtz, W. Willard, 1965-1966
Telephone messages, 1966
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, D.C.
Annual report, 1970-1971
Board of trustees
Bylaws, undated
Committee of Board of Trustees (Ripley committee), 1972-1973
Executive Committee, 1969, undated
Meetings, 1969-1972
(8 folders)
Membership, 1969-1972
Memoranda, 1970-1973
“Checklist of Certain Issues Relating to the Development of the Substantive Role of Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars,” 1969
(2 folders)
Chronological file
(2 folders)
BOX I:468 1970-1976
(8 folders)
Correspondence, 1968-1972
(2 folders)
Fellowship and Guest Scholar Committee, 1970-1973
(1 folder)
BOX I:469 (1 folder)
Funding, 1969-1972
General, 1968-1972, undated
Humphrey, Hubert H., 1970-1972
Legislative history, 1968
Plumb, J. H., 1972
Read, Benjamin H., 1969-1972
“Report of Acting Director with Recommendations to Board of Trustees of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars,” 1969
Scholarships, 1971
Seminars, 1971
Speech, 1974
Wilson, Woodrow, papers, 1969-1975
Wilson Quarterly, 1976
Woodrow Wilson Foundation, 1969-1972
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