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Guide to the Leonard Silk Papers, 1929-1985 and undated, bulk 1950-1985

Abstract

Economist, educator, journalist, and author best known for his New York Times column on economic and financial affairs. The papers of Leonard Silk span the years 1929 to 1985, with the majority dating between 1950 and 1985. The collection is arranged by original accessions, within which there are divisions by format. There are many of these, typically : correspondence files; printed material such as periodicals and reports; research or subject files; newspaper clippings files; drafts of writings, including Silk's books, New York Times news columns, editorials, speeches, lectures, book reviews, and essays; papers and reprints by Silk's colleagues; organizations files; publicity and informal photographs of Silk; financial documents; economic data; some teaching materials such as reading lists; and theses and dissertations (including Silk's own thesis on Swedish housing, 1947). There are also groups of cards, notes, memos, calendars and agendas, and some minutes of meetings relating to organizations with which Silk was involved. Silk's papers are a vast and rich resource for learning about the intersection of politics, economics, and popular opinion in the 20th century, U.S. fiscal policies, global economics, and specific topics as unemployment, inflation, banking, Keynesian economics, markets and marketing, the economies of Asian countries, and many other subjects. A more detailed original paper inventory is available onsite; in it significant portions of the correspondence are listed at the item level, including correspondents' names.

Descriptive Summary

Collection Number
RL.01187
Title
Leonard Silk papers
Date
1929-1985 and undated bulk 1950-1985
Creator
Silk, Leonard Solomon, 1918-1995
Extent
544.5 Linear Feet, Approx. 326,700 Items
Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Language
Material in English

Collection Overview

The papers of Leonard Silk span the years 1929 to 1985, with the majority dating between 1950 and 1985. The collection is arranged by original accessions, within which there are divisions by format. There are many of these, and they typically include correspondence files; printed material such as periodicals and reports; research or subject files; newspaper clippings files; drafts of writings, including Silk's books, news columns, editorials, speeches, lectures, book reviews, and essays; papers and reprints by Silk's colleagues; organizations files; publicity and informal photographs of Silk; financial documents; economic data such as forecasts and tables, much of it reported by the U.S. government; some teaching materials such as reading lists; and theses and dissertations (including Silk's own thesis on Swedish housing policies, 1947). There are also groups of cards, notes, memos, calendars and agendas, and some minutes of meetings relating to organizations with which Silk was involved. Leonard Silk's papers are a vast and rich resource for learning about the intersection of politics, economics, and popular opinion in the 20th century, U.S. fiscal policies, global economics, trends in social institutions in the U.S., and specific topics as American business, unemployment, inflation, banking, macroeconomics and Keynesian economics, markets and marketing (pharmaceutical and tobacco, among others), the economies of Asian countries such as Japan, and many other subjects. A more detailed original paper inventory is available in the library; in it, significant portions of the correspondence are listed at the item level, including correspondents' names; separated book titles are also listed individually. Many groups of other materials, however, are described only by number of pieces.

In the correspondence files, many of them arranged in chronological order, the majority of the letters are addressed to Silk, but there are also some written by him. Significant correspondents include writers and journalists as well as well-known political figures and economists too numerous to mention. A search using key words may be helpful in locating particular individuals.

The largest group of materials in the collection consists of print items. Silk assembled extensive research files of clippings, articles, periodicals, reports, government publications, and reprints. All of these supported his current research interests, which ranged widely but chiefly focused on macroeconomics, Keynesian economic theory, economics for the social good, and banking and finance. He also set aside pamphlets, tables and charts, and even maps related to his travels.

Arrangement

The collection has been given basic processing and is in the original order as received. The largest divisions represent additions to the Silk Papers, numbered by year and dated, each of which is made up of format groupings such as correspondence, reports, and subject files, which appear randomly throughout each addition. Within those groupings there is often an original alphabetical order, particularly for subject files and correspondence. Keyword searching can be used to uncover specific topics or names in this large collection.

Gaps in the box number sequence come from separated print materials, which are no longer housed with the manuscript collection. See the administrative sections at the beginning of this collection guide for more information.

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Contents of the Collection

1. Accession 84-01-01, 1967-1982 and undated

8 boxes

Print materials on economics and finance, notebooks kept by Silk related to peer reviews for honors and prizes; and many subject files on economics and finance topics. There are also folders of professional correspondence, chiefly from the 1970s and 1980s.

Gaps in the box number sequence reflect separated print material. See the administrative sections at the top of this collection guide for more information. A more detailed original paper inventory is available in the library; in it significant portions of the correspondence are listed at the item level, including correspondents' names.

Printed Material
Box 3
Periodicals on finance and economics, including Canadian titles
(15 items)
Box 3
Notebooks
Pulitzer Prize Journalism recommendations, 1970, 1973-1974, 1976
(4 vols.)
Box 3
Pulitzer Prize nominations, journalism and letters summary, 1973
Box 3
Pulitzer Prizes, secretary's report, 1976
Box 3
Committee on the Future, reports, 1967
(6 vols.)
Box 3
Economics for Journalists nominations, 1979
Box 3
Subject Files, Economic Indicators-Reports

Subject file folders containing primarily printed materials and some manuscripts and notes. Titles are original. Arranged in original alphabetical order.

Box 5
Economic Indicators
Box 5
Economics
Box 5
Economics/education
Box 5
Economics/general
Box 5
Education
Box 5
Kemp, Jack/Kreps, Juanita - nomination
Box 5
Lehrman Institute, 1981
Box 5
Miscellaneous
(2 folders)
Box 5
National Bureau of Economics Research (NBER), 1980
Box 5
News releases, 1981
Box 5
Planning: policy news
Box 5
Reagan budget, 1981
Box 5
Salomon Bros., 1981
Box 5
William Schuman
Box 5
Speeches/Remarks
Box 5
Stocks, 1979
Box 5
Third world, 1976
Box 5
Trade, 1979
Box 5
U.N. Institute for Training and Research, 1979
Box 5
University of Chicago, 1981
Box 5
Productivity
Box 5
Reports and brochures
Box 5
Printed Material: U.S. and foreign titles on economics
(29 items)
Box 6
Notebooks: Public Interest Profiles
Box 6
Pamphlets and Other Printed Material
(10 items)
Box 6
Speeches
(13 items)
Box 6
Correspondence
Box 7
Silk, Leonard, 1977-1978, 1980-1981
(8 folders)
Box 7
Miscellaneous, 1980
Box 7
Hellman, Lillian, 1980
Box 7
Middleton, D., 1980
Box 7
Mitgang, H., Jan.-Dec., 1980
Box 7
Subject Files, AEA-Employment

Primarily printed material and some manuscripts and notes.

American Economic Association, 1980
Box 7
Arthur D. Little, Inc., 1980 [on banks?]
Box 7
Committee for Economic Development
Box 7
Economic Outlook, 1979
Box 7
Employment
Box 7
Notebooks
Snyder, J.M., The Way of the Hunter Warrior
Box 7
Subject Files, Energy-Universities
Box 8
Energy
Box 8
Ernst, Dr. H.B., 1981
Box 8
Ford Foundation, 1979
Box 8
France
Box 8
Germany
Box 8
Japan
Box 8
Oil
Box 8
Tax Incentives, 1981
Box 8
Townsend-Greenspan, 1981
Box 8
U.S. Competitiveness
Box 8
Universities, Misc., 1981
Box 8
Miscellaneous
(32 items)
Box 8
1977 Citibank calendar
Box 10
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1976-1982
(2 folders)
Box 10
Documents, Published: U.S. and foreign, economics
(41 items)
Box 10
Subject files, various
(6 folders)
Box 10
Legal Documents, contract for speaking engagement
Box 10
Pamphlets and other printed material
(27 items)
Box 10
Correspondence
Box 15
1972-1982
(7 folders)
Box 15
Published Documents
U.S. - five pieces on economics
Box 15
Interviews
Hayek and Samuelson
(2 items)
Box 15
Pamphlets and Other Printed Material
(60 items)
Box 15
Periodicals
(19 items)
Box 15
Photographs and related material
Box 15
Reprints
(11 items)
Box 15
Speeches
(23 items)
Box 15
Miscellaneous
(21 items)
Box 15
Subject Files

Folders are arranged in random order and contain correspondence, notes, clippings, manuscripts, and other items assembled by Silk.

Box 16
Capitalism
Box 16
Ethics
Box 16
Silk/Japan
Box 16
IMF - 1975
Box 16
Establishment/CFR
Box 16
New York Times - articles
(4 folders)
Box 16
Sloan advisory board meeting - Feb. 21, 1976
Box 16
Vietnam
(2 folders)
Box 16
1980s
Box 16
Burns, Arthur
Box 16
Conference board
Box 16
Conference board meeting
Box 16
Is Economics a Science?
Box 16
Newspapers, Newspaper and Magazine Clippings
Box 16
Notebooks
Research notes by Leonard S. Silk
Box 16
Kami, M., Managing the Future - Executive Workbook
Box 16

2. Accession 84-03-08, 1936-1983 and undated

14 boxes

Chiefly research files of various kinds, including subject files, periodicals, reports, clippings files, pamphlets and other printed material, and some correspondence.

Gaps in the box number sequence reflect separated print material. See the administrative sections at the top of this collection guide for more information. A more detailed original paper inventory is available in the library; in it significant portions of the correspondence are listed at the item level, including correspondents' names.

Subject Files, 1981-1982, Budget-Wright
Box 3
Budget
Box 3
Social Security
Box 3
Speeches/talks
Box 3
Supply-side economics
Box 3
Political Science Quarterly
Box 3
Productivity
Box 3
Profit
Box 3
Rational Expectations
Box 3
Reaganomics
Box 3
Reindustrialization
Box 3
Yale
Box 3
Depression
Box 3
Duke University
Box 3
Economics
Box 3
Foreign policy assn.
Box 3
Forrester, Jay W., Mass Institute Technology
Box 3
Future
Box 3
TIP
Box 3
Universities/misc.
Box 3
Urban
Box 3
Venture services, Weaver, James
Box 3
Washington Speakers Bureau
Box 3
Weston, Robert
Box 3
Welfare
Box 3
Wright Investors, Robert Wright
Box 3
Pamphlets and other printed material, 1970s and 1980s
Economics
(3 or 4 file folders)
Box 3
Periodicals, 1978-1982
(18 items)
Box 3
Books
Box 4
Ohlin, B., Interregional and International Trade, 1936
Box 4
Wiegland, G. C., Toward a New World Monetary System, 1973
Box 4
Research, 1980
Ronald Reagan
Box 4
Economy
Box 4
Pamphlets and other printed material, 1970s and 1980s
Economics
(approximately 12 file folders)
Box 4
Books
Box 6
Leamer, L. E., et al., Suggestions for a Basic Economics Library, 1973
Box 6
Silk, L., et al., The World of Economics, 1969
Box 6
Silk, L., Readings in Contemporary Economics, 1970
Box 6
Correspondence, 1970s
Box 6
Research, 1972-1976
Pieces - Economics
Box 6
National Science Foundation
Box 6
Markets
Box 6
Additional Readings
Box 6
Pamphlets and other printed material, circa 1970s
(4 file folders)

Loose, some related, mostly economics, also clippings and newspapers.

Box 6
Periodicals, 1977-1978
(4 items)
Box 6
Research, circa 1980s
(4 file folders)

Topics generally political.

Box 7
Periodicals, 1979-1980
(2 items)
Box 7
Research, 1982
Box 9
International risk
Box 9
Industrial policy
Box 9
Hot Line Cares, Inc., Flores, Ralph
Box 9
Haverford College
Box 9
Hart, Sen. Gary
Box 9
Group of Thirty
Box 9
Pamphlets and other printed material, 1983
(22 items)
Box 9
Periodicals, 1983
(8 items)
Box 9
Pamphlets and other printed material, 1977-1979
(42 items)
Box 14
Periodicals, 1978
(2 items)
Box 14
Government Documents, 1978-1983
(13 items)
Box 16
Pamphlets and other printed material, 1983
Box 16
Periodicals, 1982-1983
(6 items)
Box 16
Reports, 1982-1983
(11 items)
Box 16
Speeches, 1982-1983
(8 items)
Box 16
Correspondence, 1980-1983
(2 file folders)
Box 19
Research, 1980
S and S, Living with Economics
Box 19
American Economics Association
Box 19
Notebooks, circa 1980s
Economics for the Perplexed, Notes and Drafts
Box 19
Pamphlets and other printed material, 1980-1983
Box 19
Periodicals, 1976-1978
(6 items)
Box 19
Reports, 1980-1982
(11 items)
Box 19
Biographical Information, 1979
Box 20
Research, circa 1970s
Leonard Silk - schedules
Box 20
Pamphlets and other printed material, circa 1970s
Box 20
Periodicals, 1977-1979
(7 items)
Box 20
Reports, 1977-1979
(7 items)
Box 20
Research, 1983
Box 21
Leonard Silk, The New York Times
Box 21
Newspaper clippings, 1983
Leonard Silk columns
Box 21
Pamphlets and other printed material, 1982-1983
(22 items)
Box 21
Periodicals, 1978-1983
(7 items)
Box 21
Reports
(9 items)
Box 21
Research, 1982
Box 22
Cancun, Mexico
Box 22
Committee for Economic Development
Box 22
City University of New York
Box 22
Rustow, Prof. D.A. (City University of New York)
Box 22
Clarke, Stephen
Box 22
Cleveland, Ohio
Box 22
Compumetrics, Inc.
Box 22
Pace University - Instructor's roster and file
Box 22
Government Documents, 1976
Box 22
Periodicals, 1978-1982
(2 items)
Box 22
Reports, 1982-1983
(4 items)
Box 22
Research, 1982
Box 27
National defense
Box 27
Oil
Box 27
Oppenheimer holdings
Box 27
Bator
Box 27
Baumol, William J.
Box 27
Biz
Box 27
Brochures/magazines
Box 27
Brookings
Box 27
Resumes
Box 27
Social security-retirement
Box 27
Royatyn, Felix G.
Box 27
Rukeyser, Louis, Business Journal
Box 27
Schroeder study
Box 27
Schuman, William
Box 27
Shubik, Martin
Box 27
Japan
Box 27
Islam
Box 27
Jobs
Box 27
Lehman Brothers (Ball, George)
Box 27
Meyers, Bernard
Box 27
National Conference of State Legislatures
Box 27
Pamphlets and other printed material, 1983
(3 items)
Box 27
Periodicals, 1983
(5 items)
Box 27
Correspondence, 1983
Box 28
Pamphlets and other printed material, 1983
(6 items)
Box 28
Periodicals, 1973-1983
(6 items)
Box 28
Correspondence, 1979
Box 29
Research, 1982
Quaker
Box 29
Public misc.
Box 29
Agency for International Development
Box 29
Arno Press
Box 29
Articles
Box 29
Regulation
Box 29
Pace University
(2 files )
Box 29
Budget Cuts
Box 29
Pamphlets and other printed material, 1979
(6 items)
Box 29
Periodicals, 1983
Box 29
Reports, 1982-1983
(11 items)
Box 29

3. Accession 85-02-28, 1952-1985, and undated

15 boxes

Chiefly printed material, particularly periodical issues of interest to Silk, clippings files, some of his own columns, and economics reports. Also includes drafts of Silk's writings and files of correspondence.

Gaps in the box number sequence reflect separated print material. See the administrative sections at the top of this collection guide for more information. A more detailed original paper inventory is available in the library; in it significant portions of the correspondence are listed at the item level, including correspondents' names.

Directories, 1983-1985
Box 12
International Franchise Association, and Columbia Business School faculty
(2 items)
Box 12
Manuscript, 1985
Walter, I., Deregulating Wall Street, draft
Box 12
Pamphlets and other printed material, economics, 1984
(4 items)
Box 12
Periodicals, economics, world news, 1982-1984
(9 items)
Box 12
Reports, economics, 1978, 1984
(5 items)
Box 12
Newspaper clippings, 1984
Box 19
Silk, Leonard, New York Times book reviews and regarding Argentina
Box 19
Pamphlets and other printed material, 1952, 1978
(2 items)

Regarding economics and the University of Chicago Graduate School.

Box 19
Periodicals, 1963, 1981-1984
(6 items)

Chiefly regarding economics.

Box 19
Program, 1970
Allied Social Science Associations
Box 19
Correspondence, 1982-1984
Box 21
Business, between Leonard S. Silk and associates; economic issues and invitations to lecture
Box 21
Document, 1982
United Nations; World Economic Recovery
Box 21
Newspaper clippings, 1975-1980
Silk, L., New York Times
Box 21
Subject files, 1982-1984
Regarding economics, printed material
Box 21
Computer service industry
Box 21
Conference/miscellaneous
Box 21
Duke University
Box 21
Economics
(4 file folders)
Box 21
Lehman Brothers, Kuhn Loeb
Box 21
National Conference of State Legislators
Box 21
New York Stock Exchange
Box 21
New York University
Box 21
Pace University/term papers
Box 21
Public miscellaneous
Box 21
Speeches/talks
Box 21
University of Chicago
Box 21
University of Wyoming
Box 21
Wharton
Box 21
World Bank
Box 21
Address, 1978
Box 22
Ryrie, W., The World Monetary Scene
Box 22
Correspondence, 1978-1979

Business: to Leonard S. Silk from associates; economic issues and invitations to lecture.

Box 22
Dissertation
Vogel, D., Contemporary Criticism of the Business Corporation: A Historical and Cultural Critique, 1974
Box 22
Document
United States; economic stabilization policies, 1978
Box 22
Pamphlets and other printed material, 1977-1979
(15 items)

Regarding business, economics, financial foundations, and labor.

Box 22
Reports, economic, 1967, 1973-1974, 1978-1979, 1984
(5 items)
Box 22
Reprints, 1964, 1978
(2 items)

[Includes Silk, L., The Problems of Communication.]

Box 22
Financial documents, 1978

Cancelled checks, bank, dividend and tax statements, pocket calendar, and receipts.

Box 22
Correspondence, business, 1983-1984
Box 23
Between Leonard S. Silk, readers and associates: interoffice memos, invitations to lecture, comments on articles by Leonard S. Silk, 1983
(2 file folders)
Box 23
Drew Middleton; interoffice memos, 1983-1984
Box 23
Herbert Mitgang; interoffice memos, 1983-1984
Box 23
Manuscript, 1983
Silk, L. S., What Went Wrong, final copy, typed, chapters 7-11 and 14
Box 23
Subject files, 1983-1984
Regarding economics; printed material
Box 23
Federal Reserve
Box 23
Harvard University Press
Box 23
Internal Monetary Fund
Box 23
Israel
Box 23
Japan
Box 23
Joint Council on Economic Education
Box 23
Lewis, Marilyn
Box 23
Miscellaneous/brochures
Box 23
Municipal Assistance Corporation
Box 23
Correspondence, 1978-1984
(2 files)

Business: between Leonard S. Silk, associates and readers regarding economics.

Box 24
Dissertation
Chang, N. A., The People's Republic of China's International Trade, 1974
Box 24
Pamphlets
(2 items)

Regarding convention establishing the Latin American system, and Panama.

Box 24
Periodicals, 1984
(5 items)

Regarding economics.

Box 24
Reports, 1984
(4 items)

Regarding economics.

Box 24
Subject files, 1969, 1981
Regarding economic; printed material
Box 24
Board of Visitors/Duke University, 1981
Box 24
Editorials, 1969
Box 24
List, 1976
Box 25
Basic Books guest book
Box 25
Pamphlets, 1977
(2 items)

Regarding economics, and the Tokyo Palace Museum.

Box 25
Subject files

Regarding economics; printed material.

Canada
Box 25
City University of New York
Box 25
Egypt
Box 25
Europe
Box 25
East-West commercial relations
(3 file folders)
Box 25
Correspondence, 1980-1983
Box 26
To Leonard S. Silk; trips, conferences, invitations to dinners and to lecture, 1980-1983
(7 file folders)
Box 26
To Drew Middleton; comments from readers, invitations to lecture and travel reservations, 1982
(2 file folders)
Box 26
To Herb Mitgang; invitations and interoffice memos, 1982
Box 26
Subject files, 1982-1983
Articles
Box 26
Asia Society
Box 26
Atlantic Council
Box 26
Budget
Box 26
Committee for Economic Development
Box 26
Document, 1980
Box 27
United Nations; World Economic Survey, 1979-1980
Box 27
Manuscript
Silk, L. S., What Went Wrong, chapters 1-2, typed, xeroxed, 1983
Box 27
Newspaper clippings, 1979-1984
New York Times, articles regarding economics, some by Leonard S. Silk
Box 27
Pamphlets, 1980-1981
(3 items)

Regarding economic policy.

Box 27
Periodicals, 1982
(3 items)

Regarding economic surveys.

Box 27
Reports, 1967, 1982
(3 items)

Regarding technology, and trade.

Box 27
Subject files, 1977-1979, 1982
Economic policy analysis
Box 27
Export Trading Company Act
Box 27
Inflation/money
Box 27
Internal Monetary System
Box 27
Periodicals, 1983-1984
(6 items)

Regarding economics.

Box 28
Reports, 1984
(2 items)

Regarding economics.

Box 28
Subject files, 1983-1984
Bretton Woods Monetary Conference
Box 28
Doblin, Claire P.
Box 28
Magazines
Box 28
Public Affairs Analysts
Box 28
Taxes
Box 28
UNCTAD VI Conference
Box 28
Universities/miscellaneous
Box 28
Youth Employment
Box 28
Brochure, 1984
Box 29
Business Times ESPN
Box 29
Correspondence, 1980

Business: between Leonard S. Silk and Neale McGoldrick regarding the book A Teacher's Guide to "Economics in Plain English".

Box 29
Document, 1984
United States; International Direct Investment
Box 29
Pamphlets and other printed material, 1984
(5 items)

Regarding economics, and congressional districts.

Box 29
Periodicals, 1984
(6 items)

Regarding economics.

Box 29
Subject files, 1968, 1972, 1980-1983, Aging-Notes
Aging
Box 29
American Establishment/L.S. reviews
Box 29
Articles
Box 29
ASEA
Box 29
Editorials
(2 file folders)
Box 29
Miscellaneous
Box 29
Notes
Box 29
Correspondence, 1979

Business: between Leonard S. Silk, readers and associates regarding articles by Leonard S. Silk, and invitations.

Box 30
Subject files, 1972-1981, A-Public
A miscellaneous
Box 30
Anti-trust
Box 30
Carter Economics
Box 30
China
Box 30
Column Ideas
Box 30
Content Study Suggestions
Box 30
Economics of War
Box 30
Employee Stock Purchase Plan Committee
Box 30
Energy crisis
Box 30
Future plans
Box 30
Medical
Box 30
News Articles
Box 30
Public, miscellaneous
Box 30
Pamphlet, 1974
Box 31
Spire and Spirit
Box 31
Subject Files, 1970-1983, American-Outlook
American Society
Box 31
ASEA Dinner
Box 31
Economic Outlook
(4 file folders)
Box 31
Economic Trends
Box 31
Lectures
Box 31
Managing cabot in an inflationary environment
Box 31
Money
Box 31
Outlook
Box 31
Catalog, 1982-1983
Box 32
United States Air Force Academy
Box 32
Directory, 1983
Omni Online Database
Box 32
Pamphlets and other printed material, 1981-1984
(7 items)

Regarding monetary systems, and business trends.

Box 32
Periodicals, 1977, 1981-1984
(9 items)

Regarding economics.

Box 32
Reports, 1980-1984
(11 items)

Chiefly relating to the global economic outlook.

Box 32
Subject Files, 1983-1984

Regarding economics, chiefly printed material.

Economics
(3 file folders)
Box 32
Economic theory
Box 32
What Should be Done About the Federal Budget
Box 32
Correspondence, 1982-1984
(2 file folders)

Business: To Leonard S. Silk from readers and associates regarding economics.

Box 33
Pamphlets and other printed material, 1984
Harvard Business School Bulletin
Box 33
Reports, 1984
(6 items)

Regarding economics.

Box 33

4. Accession 6096, 1933-1985, and undated

86 boxes

Throughout this addition, the largest in the collection, there are large groups of reprints, correspondence, reports, and other print materials. There are three divisions with alphabetical sub-series. The first runs through Box 50 and contains the largest subject files series in the collection (12 boxes). Beginning with Box 51, the alphabetical arrangement starts over at with Advertisements and Announcements. At Box 108 another alphabetical arrangement begins with Charts and Documents. This last sub-series houses many printed materials, and includes a set of interviews of notable individuals conducted by Silk.

There are large amounts of correspondence throughout the addition (1940s-1980s), equally large series of subject files, and series of memoranda (1935-1980s) exchanged between Silk and various individuals. Also of interest are large series of manuscripts, galley proofs, and other writings by Silk as well as by others; many folders of speeches assembled by Silk; groups of expert testimony, with statements from economists such as Arthur Burns; economic forecasts; a group of serial essays on economics published by the University of Chicago; and various publications and newsletters. There are also groups of photographs of Silk scattered throughout (Boxes 32, 51 and 124 especially). Finally, Silk's original thesis, Duke University 1947, Social Housing Policy in Sweden, is in Box 49 of this addition.

Gaps in the box number sequence reflect separated print material. See the administrative sections at the top of this collection guide for more information. A more detailed original paper inventory is available in the library; in it significant portions of the correspondence are listed at the item level, including correspondents' names.

Abstracts

Prepublished abstracts from the main papers presented at the 1971 and 1972 Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Science Associations, Allied Social Science Associations, Publishers.

Box 1
Agendas and Schedules
(31 items)
Box 1
Agreement

Articles of agreement of the International Monetary Fund, as modified by the proposed Amendment, International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C., not dated.

Box 1
Appendix
Carnegie Institute of Technology
Box 1
Columbia University
Box 1
Harvard University
Box 1
Northwestern University
Box 1
Biographical sketches and resumes

Biographies of symposium discussants.

Edwin L. Dale, Howard C. Petersen, Herbert Stein
Box 1
George Bush, Nathaniel Goldfinger, Peter G. Peterson
Box 1
John R. Coleman, Channing E. Phillips and George Leland Bach, M. L. Frankel and Paul A. Samuelson
Box 1
Fredrica Dunn
(2 pieces)
Box 1
Harold Horowitz
Box 1
Julius Stulman
Box 1
Leonard S. Silk
(2 pieces)
Box 1
Oscar B. Lubow
Box 1
Paul A. Volcker
Box 1
Walter W. Heller
Box 1
Resumé of the Central Market System: Putting the Markets to Work for the Investor, G. Bradford Cook, Chairman - Securities and Exchange Commission, New York Financial Writers' Association, March 15, 1973
Box 1
Biographical file of Leonard S. Silk
(8 pieces)

Contains certificates, citations, and other memorabilia.

Box 1
Calendars
Box 2
ALCOA 1963 appointment calendar
Box 2
ALCOA 1964 appointment calendar
Box 2
The Business Week, 1967-1968 calendar
Box 2
Cards
Calling cards
(11 items)
Box 2
Library card
Box 2
Post cards
(15 items)
Box 2
Other
(3 items)
Box 2
Catalogs and Advertisements
Books, Augustus M. Kelley, Publishers, Spring 1969
Box 2
Carpenter, Kenneth E., Advisory Editor, Gold: Historical and Economic Aspects, 18 books, 1974
Box 2
Reprints of Economic Classics, Augustus M. Kelley, Publishers, New York, 1967-1968
Box 2
Executive Recruiter Directories in New Domestic and Overseas Editions, Consultants News, Nov. 1975
Box 2
Journal of Political Economy, The University of Chicago Press, Sept. 1975
Box 2
The University of Chicago Press - Paperback books in print, not dated
Box 2
Correspondence, 1937 May 26-1973 Dec. 22

The majority are addressed to Leonard Silk, but there are some written by Leonard Silk. Significant correspondents include economists and political figures such as Earl J. Hamilton, Lyndon B. Johnson, Edwin G. Nourse, Koji Nakamura, Charles M. Darling III, Robert W. Hartman, Richard N. Gardner, and Herbert Stein.

Box 2
Correspondence, 1974 Jan. 17-1975 Nov. 17 and undated

The majority are addressed to Leonard Silk, but there are some written by Leonard Silk. Significant correspondents include economic, political, and journalistic figures such as Zbigniew Brzezinski, Randall Hinshaw, Arnold A. Saltzman, Stephen M. Downey, Sac A. Levitan, and George G. Dawson.

Box 3
Draft Editorials, 1970-1975
(45 items)

Economic forecasts, arranged in chronological order.

Box 3
Allied Chemical Corporate Planning, Economics Department, June 12, 1970
Box 3
Peter L. Bernstein, Inc., New York, Should We Abandon Controls?, Sept. 1, 1973 and The Numbers Game for 1976: A Change of Pace, Nov. 1 1975
Box 3
Chemical Banks, Economic Research Department, Monthly Economic Indicators - Current and Prospective Trends, Oct. 28, 1974
Box 3
Lionel D. Edie and Company, Inc.:
Focus on the Prime Rate, Financial Developments, July 31, 1970.;
Box 3
The Good News About Industrial Prices, Industrial Development, Aug. 7, 1970
Box 3
Interest Rates Headed Higher Soon, Financial Developments, Jan. 13, 1972
Box 3
Revised Forecasts for Europe and Japan, Nov. 14, 1975
Box 3
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith, Inc., Securities Research Division, Economic Reports - Outlook for 1970 and 1971, Retail Sales, May 1970
Box 3
Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company, Economic Forecast for 1976, Nov. 1975
Box 3
Salomon Brothers, New York
(169 items)
Box 3
Schroder Naess and Thomas, Monthly Policy Statement - Outlook, Investment Policy, Computer, Industry, and International Business Machines Corporation, April 24 and June 29, 1970
Box 3
Townsend-Greenspan and Company, Inc., New York, Business Outlook
Capacity Shortages, Aug. 7, 1973
Box 3
The Dollar and the Eurodollar, Aug. 15, 1973
Box 3
GNP, Aug. 22, 1973
Box 3
Interest Rates, June 25, 1973
Box 3
Balance of Payments Forecast, Sept. 3, 1974
Box 3
Chart Book, Feb. 5, 1974
Box 3
General, Sept. 10, 1974
Box 3
Wholesale Prices, Aug. 11, 1974
Box 3
Federal Reserve Policy, Sept. 12, 1975
Box 3
Inventories, Feb. 13, 1975
Box 3
Retail Sales and Industrial Production, Nov. 14, 1975
Box 3
White, Weld and Company, Inc.:
Economics Service, Labor Supply Shortages Ahead?, Nov. 10, 1975
Box 3
A. Gary Shilling,Economic Forecast, Nov. 11, 1975, Inventories and Economic Growth Worldwide, Nov. 10, 1975, and Inflation Forecast, Nov. 12, 1975
Box 3
Economic Comment, Worldwide Business Outlook the Aftermath of the Great Recession, Remarks delivered at First Asian Securities Industry Forum, Manila, Philippines, Nov. 14, 1975
Box 3
Editorials
(776 items)

Editorials written by Leonard S. Silk for The New York Times and for Financial and News Services, also included are approximately four short stories and notes, xeroxed, mimeographed and ditto, annotated.

Box 4
Subject Files, Agnelli-China
Box 5A
Agnelli, Giovanni
Box 5A
Agriculture
(2 folders)
Box 5A
Agriculture Subsidies, paper by Charles L. Schultz
Box 5A
Airlines
(two folders)
Box 5A
Airlines - capacity
Box 5A
Allied Van Lines
Box 5A
American Business Briefing
Box 5A
Raokin, C., American City - Current Trends and Future Prospects
Box 5A
American Jewish Committee
Box 5A
Antitrust
Box 5A
Antitrust investigations

Newspaper clippings.

Box 5A
Antitrust policy
Box 5A
Articles by Leonard Silk
Box 5A
Asset depreciation ring system
Box 5A
Atlee, John S.
Box 5A
Balance of payments
Box 5A
Banking
Box 5A
Banks - New York
Box 5A
Basic data
Box 5A
Bergman, Barbara
Box 5A
Bernays
Box 5A
Blacks - housing, employment, etc.
Box 5A
Blue Collar Blues
Box 5A
Brimbert and Company
Box 5A
Britain
Box 5A
British budgets
Box 5A
British pound
Box 5A
British primer
Box 5A
Brookings Institute - correspondence
Box 5A
Brookings Institute - journal
Box 5A
Budget
(2 folders)
Box 5A
Budget concepts
Box 5A
Burns, Arthur F. - Federal Reserve System
Box 5A
Business and economics
Box 5A
Business economists
Box 5A
Business/ghetto
Box 5A
Business investment
Box 5A
Business and the poor
Box 5A
Buy American
Box 5A
California Management Review
Box 5A
Canada
Box 5A
Casey, William J. (Securities Markets)
Box 5A
Cassell, Frank H. - Business Takes a Hand New Employment Strategies
Box 5A
Chicago School
Box 5A
China
Box 5A
Subject Files, China-Credit
Box 5B
China and Japan
Box 5B
Columns, papers and reports
Box 5B
Columns - tear sheets, 1971-1972
Box 5B
Committee for Economic Development
Box 5B
Committee for Monetary Research and Education, Inc.
Box 5B
Common market
Box 5B
Comptroller General
Box 5B
Conflict of interest problems
Box 5B
Construction
Box 5B
Coorespondence
(7 folders)
Box 5B
Copyright/Garrett memos
Box 5B
Copyright papers
Box 5B
Copyrights
Box 5B
Correspondence/economic reports
Box 5B
Cost of living
Box 5B
Council of Economic Advisers
Box 5B
Council on Economic Education
Box 5B
Council on Foreign Relations
Box 5B
Credit
Box 5B
Subject Files, Data-Economic Policy
Box 6
Data needs of business
Box 6
Dartmouth College - Economic Studies Program
Box 6
Davis-Bacon (71st Congress, Session III)
Box 6
Defense
(2 folders)
Box 6
Denison, Edward F., Welfare Measurement and the GNP
Box 6
Depreciation
(2 folders)
Box 6
Diem - Vietnam
Box 6
Dill, Bill
Box 6
Dollar System
Box 6
Dresdner Bank
Box 6
Drugs
Box 6
Economic Activity
Box 6
Economic education/New York Council
Box 6
Economic educator/Jennigs
Box 6
Silk, L. S., Economic Handbook, memos from McGraw-Hill
Box 6
Economic Moms, paper and pamphlets
Box 6
Economic policy
(2 folders)
Box 6
Subject Files, Economic Policy-Exchange Rates
Box 7
Economic policy speeches
Box 7
Educational systems and designs
Box 7
Elias, Christopher
Box 7
El Paso Gas
Box 7
EMB (Ltd.) research economists
Box 7
Employment, Blacks
Box 7
Energy
(3 folders)
Box 7
Environment (UN, Club of Rome, etc.)
Box 7
European Currency
Box 7
European Dollars
Box 7
European economic community
Box 7
Exchange rates
Box 7
Exchange rates (papers)
Box 7
Subject Files, Fand, David-Freedom of Information
Box 8
Fand, David I.
Box 8
Federal Reserve Board
Box 8
Financial
Box 8
Financial Section
Box 8
Fiscal policy
Box 8
Fiscal policy for 1971
Box 8
Fiscal policy budget - taxes (drafts)
Box 8
Food
Box 8
Ford, Gerald (State of the Union message)
Box 8
Foreign aid
Box 8
Foreign investments
Box 8
Foreign trade
Box 8
Forrester, Jay
Box 8
Freedom of Information
Box 8
Subject files, General Accounting-Merchant Marine
Box 9A
General Accounting Office, Newspaper clippings
Box 9A
Germany
Box 9A
Grain
Box 9A
Greenspan, Alan
Box 9A
Hartman, Robert W., The Serrano Case: Milestone in School Finance?
Box 9A
Harvard Parents Committee
Box 9A
Haverford College
Box 9A
Havrilesky, T., The Economic Affiliations of Directors of Federal Reserve District Banks
Box 9A
Health
Box 9A
Housing
Box 9A
Hunt Commission
Box 9A
IBM
Box 9A
IDA
Box 9A
Incomes Policy
Box 9A
Income Tax 1971
Box 9A
India
Box 9A
Inflation
Box 9A
Inflation alert
Box 9A
Inflation/economy
Box 9A
International monetary crisis 1971 and 1972
Box 9A
International money
Box 9A
international money reform
Box 9A
International trade - 1972
Box 9A
ITT
Box 9A
Joint Council/Economic Education
Box 9A
Kaufmann, William W.
Box 9A
Korea
Box 9A
Kurtz, Howard G. (War Control Planners, Inc.)
Box 9A
Laffer, Arthur B.
Box 9A
Lease of 115 S. Fullerton Avenue
Box 9A
Lerner, Abba P.
Box 9A
Lobbying
Box 9A
Lockheed, two folders
Box 9A
Major economic problems
Box 9A
Manpower policy studies
Box 9A
Manpower programs
Box 9A
Maritime
Box 9A
Martin Report
Box 9A
Martin, William McChesney, Jr.
Box 9A
McGovern, George
Box 9A
McGraw-Hill Book Company
Box 9A
Meat
Box 9A
Merchant Marine
Box 9A
Subject Files, Military-NYSE
Box 9B
Military industrial complex
Box 9B
Mondale, Javits, Harris Bill
Box 9B
Monetary - economics
Box 9B
Monetary policy
Box 9B
Money
Box 9B
Money - inflation, dollar devalued
Box 9B
Money supply
Box 9B
Moran, William T. (Lever Bros.)
Box 9B
Mortgage Banking
Box 9B
Multinational corporations (U.S. business abroad, etc.)
Box 9B
Mundell, Robert A., The Dollar and the Policy Mix: 1971
Box 9B
Miscellaneous
Box 9B
National Assembly, two folders
Box 9B
National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)
Box 9B
National Industrial Conference Board, five folders
Box 9B
New York City - taxes
Box 9B
New York State Council on Economic Education
Box 9B
New York Stock Exchange
Box 9B
Nixon and Congress - economics
Box 9B
Nixon - Economic State of the World Report
Box 9B
Nixon Economics, two folders
Box 9B
Nixonomics, two folders
Box 9B
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
Box 9B
NYSE and Amex - board of directors
Box 9B
Subject Files, Oil-Romania
Box 10A
Oil
(2 folders)
Box 10A
Oil - octane
Box 10A
Oil - OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries)
Box 10A
Olson Commission
Box 10A
Outlook - The Battle Against U.Su. Inflation, two folders
Box 10A
Overseas Press Club
Box 10A
Ownership
Box 10A
Pardridge, William D.
Box 10A
Pechman, Joseph, A.
Box 10A
Penn Central, three folders
Box 10A
Perry, George L. Changing Labor Markets and Inflation
Box 10A
Personal, two folders
Box 10A
Physicians
Box 10A
Post, Albert
Box 10A
President's Advisory Council on Executive Organization
Box 10A
Prices
Box 10A
Priorities - Schultze, Charles L.
Box 10A
Productivity
Box 10A
Program-"Able"
Box 10A
Politics and economics
Box 10A
Radical economics
Box 10A
Railroad, two folders
Box 10A
Readings book
Box 10A
Regulations, two folders
Box 10A
Reinisch, Hans Randolph
Box 10A
Research Revolution, by Leonard Silk
Box 10A
Revenue sharing
Box 10A
Rinfret, Pierre A.
Box 10A
Robock, Stefan H.
Box 10A
Romania
Box 10A
Subject Files, St. Louis Model-Swiss Banks
Box 10B
St. Louis model
Box 10B
Salzburg seminar
Box 10B
Savings bank
Box 10B
Science policy
Box 10B
Scrudder (Fund Distributors, Inc.)
Box 10B
Securities
Box 10B
Securities and Exchange Commission
Box 10B
Securities and Exchange Commission - antitrust
Box 10B
Security markets
Box 10B
September expenses (Leonard Silk)
Box 10B
Shields, Murray
Box 10B
Shipping
Box 10B
Shishkin, Julius
Box 10B
SIPC
Box 10B
Social security, three folders
Box 10B
Social security - pensions
Box 10B
South Africa
Box 10B
Spectrum Associates, Inc.
Box 10B
SST
Box 10B
Staats, Elmer B., Comptroller General of U.S.
Box 10B
Steel
Box 10B
Steel - quotas
Box 10B
Stigler report
Box 10B
Stillman, Stanley
Box 10B
Stock exchange
Box 10B
Stock market, two folders
Box 10B
Stock market/consumer protection
Box 10B
Stock market/commissions
Box 10B
Stock market regulations
Box 10B
Stories (various clippings)
Box 10B
Structure - paper entitled: Full Employment and the New Economy, by Charles C. Killingsworth
Box 10B
Surface transportation
Box 10B
Sweden
Box 10B
Swiss Banks
Box 10B
Subject Files, Task Force-United Kingdom
Box 11A
Task Force on Employment
Box 11A
Taxation with representation
Box 11A
Tax policies
Box 11A
Taxes, two folders
Box 11A
Textiles
Box 11A
Trade, two folders
Box 11A
Trade - Japan and other countries
Box 11A
Trade policy, two folders
Box 11A
Trade/preferential trading blocs
Box 11A
Transfer payments
Box 11A
Transportation
Box 11A
Travel, receipts, etc.
Box 11A
Tsai speeches 1975 - Tsai and Company, Inc.
Box 11A
UNCTAD
Box 11A
Unemployment, two folders
Box 11A
United Auto Workers
Box 11A
United Community Funds and Councils of America, Inc. (UCFCA)
Box 11A
United Kingdom
Box 11A
Subject files, U.S. Steel-World
Box 11B
U.S. Steel
Box 11B
U.S. Taxes
Box 11B
U.S. Wage and price controls (newspaper clippings)
Box 11B
University of Chicago
Box 11B
University of Massachusetts
Box 11B
University of Missouri
Box 11B
Value added tax
Box 11B
Vanik, Charles A. - Congress
Box 11B
Vesco, Robert L.
Box 11B
Vietnam
Box 11B
Vietnam - economics
Box 11B
Wage - price controls - 1971 Dec.
Box 11B
Wage - price controls - 1971 Oct. - Nov.
Box 11B
Wallace, George C.
Box 11B
Weintraub, Sidney - A Feasible Anti-Inflation Incomes Policy
Box 11B
Welfare, two folders
Box 11B
Williams census
Box 11B
World Bank
Box 11B
World Bank Energy Report
Box 11B
World of economics
Box 11B
1964 and 1965 income tax forms
Box 11B
52 miscellaneous folders
Box 11B
Galley Proofs
Box 12
An All-Volunteer Army?, Riddle, 358-Editorial
Box 12
Art and the Part, Too, 474-Editorial
Box 12
An Asian Anachronism, Little, Compton, Brown
Box 12
Avoiding Another Money Crisis, Silk, 160-Editorial
Box 12
The Busy Night, Borland, 421-Editorial
Box 12
A Comeback for Cities?, A. Gleicher
Box 12
Contemporary Economics Principles and Issues, Leonard Silk, McGraw-Hill Book Company, pp.ii-xiii.
Box 12
Countryman, Ray Gorham
Box 12
Crime, Courts and Justice, Marcinko, 458-Editorial
Box 12
Deterring Skyjackers, Wellman, 405-Editorial
Box 12
Editorial Page Poetry, Gleicher, 483 and 418-Editorials
Box 12
Editorial Page Poetry, Lessow, 379-Editorial
Box 12
Educational Isolationism, McLaughlin, 198-Editorial
Box 12
Endemic Inflation, Marcinko, 9-Editorial
Box 12
The Flood Plains, Schwarz
Box 12
The Harmless Dragons, Riddle
Box 12
Index of Key Concepts, Leonard Silk, pp.397-407, McGraw-Hill, Contemporary Economics: Principles and Issues
Box 12
Inflationary Benefits, Sundholm
(1 item, 2 copies)
Box 12
The Kleindienst Appointment, Schwarz, Edit-Silk, 1-Editorial
Box 12
Literal Equality, Riddle, 461-Editorial
Box 12
Man-Made Fuel Crisis, Ray Gorham, 477-Editorial
Box 12
Marketing and Advertising in the Context of the Firm-Hand, Chapter Three, Longman
(7 pages)
Box 12
Morgan Guaranty Trust Company of New York: The Morgan Guaranty Survey and World Financial Markets

The Morgan Guaranty Survey, Advance Proof - For Release Nov. 21, 1975, pp. 1-11 and July 28, 1974, also World Financial Markets, Advance Proof - For Release Aug. 21, 1973, Aug. 23, 1974, pp. 1-9, and Nov. 21, 1975

Box 12
Murders and Muggings, Freund, 274-Editorial
Box 12
The New Inflation, Encounter, E.J. Mishan, March 22, 1974, pp.176-186
Box 12
Postscript to Stockholm, Rock
Box 12
Price War in the Air, Ray Gorham, 75-Editorial
Box 12
Readings in Contemporary Economics, Leonard Silk, pp. i-x
Box 12
Save the Mason Act, Pollaro, 251-Editorial
Box 12
Subject Index to book by L.S., pp. 574-590
Box 12
Tashkent to Simla, Schwarz
Box 12
Time of Bounty, Pollaro, 120-Editorial
Box 12
Trade with Moscow, Schwarz, 362-Editorial
(4 items)
Box 12
The United States of Europe and America, Leonard Silk
(4 pages)
Box 12
The Yemeni Fissure, Dundon, Yemen, Borwn
Box 12
Warning from the IMF, Ray Gorham
Box 12
White Versus Right, McLaughlin
Box 12
A World Depression?, Leonard Silk
Box 12
Magazines
The New York Review of Books

Vol. XX, No. 8, May 17, 1973 and Vol. XXI, No. 12, July 18, 1974

Box 12
The New York Times Book Review

Vol. LXXV, No. 32, Aug. 9. 1970, Vol. LXXVI, No. 49 and 52, Dec. 5 and 26, 1971, and Vol. LXXVII, No. 35, Aug. 27, 1972

Box 12
The New York Times Magazine

Dec. 10 and July 2, 1972, Feb. 11 and March 11, 1973, Sept. 22, 1974, and March 2, 1975.

Box 12
Potomac, The Washington Post, May 27, 1973
Box 12
Manuals
The Quality of Life Action Manual, Institute for the Quality of Life, Inc., New York, undated
Box 12
Manuscripts
Box 13
Berge, R. and Draayer, G. F., eds., Teaching Personal Economics in the Home Economics Curriculum, 100 pages and preface
Box 13
Canfield, J., Teaching Personal Economics, 171 pages and appendix
Box 13
Fersh, G. and Warmke, R. R., eds., Teaching Personal Economics in the Social Studies Curriculum, 74 pages
Box 13
Friend, I. and Blume, M., Mutual Funds and Other Institutional Investors: A New Perspective, A Twentieth Century Fund Study, 299 pages, annotated
Box 13
Glaser, E. C., Why and For What Purpose Does One Forecast, 16 pages
Box 13
Kerman, C. E., Creative Tension: The Life and Thought of Kenneth Boulding, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 403 pages, annotated
Box 13
Manuscripts
Box 14
Lovenstein, M., Economics and the Consumer
Box 14
Incomplete short story, no author or title mentioned, typed, undated 13 pages
Box 14
One-act play, photocopy, no author or title, undated, 6 pages
Box 14
Unidentified transcript, 361 pages
Box 14
Silk, L.S., Partial book manuscript 700 pages, annotated
Box 14
Manuscripts
Box 15
The Rhythm of Nixonomics, undated, photocopy annotated, 16 pages
Box 15
Silk, L. S., Nixonomics, 1972
Box 15
Silk, L. S., Veblen - A Play in Three Acts, typed, undated, annotated, 145 pages
Box 15
Warmke, Roman R., Ed., Teaching Personal Economics in the Business Education Curriculum, 141 pages
Box 15
Memoranda, 1944 March 8-1975 November 21 and undated

Early memoranda are between military personnel, including Leonard S. Silk, as well as faculty and students at the Juilliard School of Music. Later memoranda are primarily between members of corporations and periodicals, some of which include Leonard S. Silk. Individuals include Charles L. Schultze, Bankers Trust Co., Jerome M. Rosow, C. F. McNeil, New York Times, Times staff, Members of the U.S. Senate, Arnold A. Saltzman, Delafield Childs, Inc., Goldman, Sachs and Co., Committee for Economic Development, and Morgan Stanley and Co.

Box 15
Levy, W. J., Consultants Corporation, New York, Future OPEC Accumulation of Oil Money: A New Look at a Critical Problem, June 1975
Box 15
Lubow, Oscar, A Prospectus for a Multi-Disciplined Business Professional Service Organization, draft memo
Box 15
Owen, Bruce, et al, Studies in the Economics of Mass Communication, memorandum No. 99 - A Selected Bibliography in the Economics of the Mass Media, Aug. 1970
Box 15
Newsletters
Box 15
Aesthetic Realism Foundation, Inc., The Right of Aesthetic Realism to Be Known, No. 1, April 4, 1973; No. 73, Vol. II, No. 21, Aug 21, 1974; and No. 95, Vol. II, No. 43, Jan. 22, 1975
Box 15
Association for the Study of the Grants Economy, ASGE Newsletter, No. 3, Dec. 1, 1970
Box 15
Book Times, No. 16, June 1970
Box 15
British Information Services, Policy and Reference Division, July 8 and Sept. 4, 1970, Aug. 19 1073, and Nov. 13 (two copies), Nov. 20 and Nov. 14, 1975
Box 15
British Record, No. 7, June 25, 1970
Box 15
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Commercial Letter, Toronto, Sept.-Oct. 1972
Box 15
Congressional Quarterly Inc., News Futures, June 21, 1972
Box 15
Data Resources, Inc., Aug. 15, 1973
Box 15
Economic Research Department, Weekly Economic Package, Nov. 11, 1975
Box 15
Newsletters
Box 16
Economic Week - EW, Sept. 3, 1974
Box 16
Lionel D. Edie and Company, Inc., July 30, 1973
Box 16
The Emergency Committee for American Trade, Reasons Why The 1969 Trade Bill is Important to the U.S. Economy and the U.S. Consumer, Washington, D.C., undated
Box 16
Council for European Studies, European Studies Newsletter, Vol. II, No. 3, Dec. 1972
Box 16
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, U.S. Financial Data, released May 22, 1970; Week Ending: June 24, 1970 and Feb. 3, 1971
Box 16
First National City Bank, New York, Energy memo, Vol. VI, No. 3, July 1970, cover letter attached, and Monthly Economic Letter, March 1974, and Nov. 1975
Box 16
German Press Review, Sept. 11, 1974
Box 16
The Janeway Letter, no. 1033, March 25, 1969, and No. 1048, July 8, 1969
Box 16
McGraw-Hill News, Vol. 2, No. 20, May 18, 1961 and Vol. 7, No. 20, May 19, 1966 (2 copies)
Box 16
Salomon Brothers, Newsletter, No. 5, June 1974
Box 16
Self-Management Newsletter, No. 1, June 1973
Box 16
Today's British Papers, July 8, 1970, July 2, 1974, July 29, 1974, Aug. 21, 1974, and Sept. 11-12, 1974
Box 16
Turning Points, Monthly Newsletter, July 1, 1970
Box 16
United States Department of Commerce News, Washington, D.C., for release Aug. 14, 1970
Box 16
U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Information, news, newsletters:
Women's Bureau - July 14, 1970 and July 16, 1970
(5 items)
Box 16
Bureau of Labor Statistics - Aug. 5, 1970, June 21, 1972 (2 copies) and July 1973
Box 16
Manpower Administration - Aug. 5, 1970
Box 16
Other - June 22, 23 (2 copies), 24 and 26, 1972 and Sept. 3, 1974
Box 16
Newspaper Clippings
Box 16
In envelope
(43 items)
Box 16
Related to economics
(161 items)
Box 16
Related to other subjects
(81 items)
Box 16
Magazine clippings
(82 items)
Box 16
Newspaper Clippings
Box 17 A and B
Editorial Page - New York Times
(1,313 items)
Box 17 A and B
Newspapers
Box 18
The Daily Cardinal, University of Wisconsin, Vol. XLVIII, No. 180, June 2, 1939
Box 18
The Guild Reporter, Official Organ of the Newspaper Guild, AFL-CIO, CLC, Vol. XL, No. 11, June 8, 1973
Box 18
Hamevaser, Yeshiva University, New York, Vol. VIII, NO. 4, Dec. 1969, Vol. VIII, No. 6, April 1970, and Vol. IX, No. 1, May 1970
Box 18
Headlines, General Electric, Vol. II, No. 35, Sept. 22, 1975
Box 18
Hillel Review, Madison, Vol. XIV, No. 11, March 10, 1939
Box 18
The Japan Economic Journal, Vol. 9, No. 460-463, 466-467, Oct. 19 and 26, Nov. 2 (2 copies), Nov. 9 and 30 (2 copies), and Dec. 7, 1971, and Vol. 10, No. 179, Feb. 29, 1972
Box 18
The Japan Economic Review, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 15, 1972
Box 18
Look Japan, The Newspaper of Industry, Vol. 17, No. 193, May 10, 1972
Box 18
More - A Journalism Review, Vol. 2, No. 7, July 1972
Box 18
The New York Times Student Weekly, Section II, Oct. 26, 1970
Box 18
The Simmons News, Vol. XXVII, No. 17, 1949 and No. 19, March 23, 1950
Box 18
The Staff Daily, Madison, Wisconsin, No. 22, May 25, 1938
Box 18
The Times, Japan - A Special Report, May 8, 1972
Box 18
Times Talk, Vol. 23, No. 7, Jan. 1972
Box 18
Notebooks
Box 18
Notebooks and notepads
(11 items)
Box 18
The Wage and Price Control Institute, black notebook
Box 18
Volunteer Oil Industry Communications Effort, Let's Talk Oil, Washington, D.C., Sept. 1971
Box 19
Notes
Wilson, I. H., Briefing Notes on Business Environment Study of the Future Course and Impact of Inflation, photocopy, 4 pages, May 18, 1970
Box 19
Notes from Corporate Reports of S.E.A.C. Members Relating to "The Information Process", undated
Box 19
G. Tsai and Company, Inc., New York, July 22, 1974 (3 copies) and July 2, 1975 (2 copies) - notes taken at the Regency Hotel, New York City, at weekly meeting held, from Leonard Silk's Talk
Box 19
Occasional Papers, Committee for Economic Development (CED)
Appendices A-E from CED Policy Statement, A: Further Weapons Against Inflation, 1970; B-E: High Employment Without Inflation, 1972, xerox
Box 19
CED press release, June 29, 1972, June 17, 1974, and July 16, undated
Box 19
CED in 1969 - Resolving Conflicts over National Goals, New York, report of activities
Box 19
Congressional Decision Making for National Security, Sept. 1974
Box 19
Economic Growth in the United States, Oct. 1969
Box 19
Economic Literacy of Americans - A Program for Schools and for Citizens, 1962
Box 19
Educating Tomorrow's Managers...The Business Schools and the Business Community, Oct. 1964
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Further Weapons Against Inflation - Measures to Supplement General Fiscal and Monetary Policies, Nov. 1970
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High Employment Without Inflation - A Positive Program for Economic Stabilization, A statement by the Research and Policy Committee, July 1972
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Improving the Public Welfare System, A statement by the Research and Policy Committee, April 1970, 2 copies
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International Economic Consequences of High-Priced Energy, Sept. 1975
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The Management and Financing of Colleges, Oct. 1973
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Panel discussions
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Information process - impacts on policy-making centers during the next twenty years.

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Papers
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Aaron, H., New Views of Property Tax Incidence, 24 pages
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" Why is Welfare So Hard to Reform? Staff paper, Studies in Social Economics, Brookings Institution, 1973
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" and von Furstenberg, G., How Inefficient are the Transfers in Kind: The Case of Housing Assistance, undated, 16 pages
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Allied Chemical Corporation Planning Economics Department, Consumer Expenditures Through the 1970s, April 15, 1970. 27 pages
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Ando, A. K., and Modigliani, F., Consumption and Consumer Expenditure, Appendix A. 23 pages, mimeo, annotated, undated
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Armstrong, R. B., Linking Skills, Jobs and Housing in the New York Urban Region, March 1972, 36 pages
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Bach, G. L. The Search for Stability - What Have We Learned? undated, 15 pages
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Barber, J. D., Thoughts on Man and the Information Process, 6 pages mimeo, undated
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Behr, R. M. and Kupperman, R. H., International Computer Conferencing: A Promising Tool of Diplomacy, 10 pages mimeo
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Bernstien, P. L., Is the President on the Right Track? August 13, 1974. 3 pages typescript
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Bloomfield, A. I., European Monetary Integration: The Historical Setting, undated, 41 pages mimeo
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Bosworth, B., Background Paper for April 3rd Meeting, Committee for Economic Development, March 1975. 6 pages
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" Topical Agenda of Past and Future Subcommitte Meetings, Committee for Economic Development, March 1975, 9 pages
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Bower, R. and Menge J., Regulation, Competition, and the Computer Services Industry. Project proposal - Economic Studies Program, December 1969, 5 pages mimeo
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Branson, W.H. Summary Fiscal Flexibility and the Economic Experience of the 1960s and Early 1970s. June 1974, 7 pages mimeo
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Broehl, W. G., Jr., The Business and Society Course in the Business Schools, April 1965, in binder, mimeo
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The Brookings Institution, Studies in the Regulation of Economic Activity, August 1969, 31 pages photocopy
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Businessmen's Advisory Committee, Committee on Economic Policy Studies, Policy Recommendation, undated, 7 pages mimeo
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Center for Policy Research, Inc., Preliminary Findings of Electronic Town Hall Project (Minerva). For release on January 14, 1973. 16 pages mimeo
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Coleman, J. R., Economic Understanding and Social Values: Can There be a Consensus Any Longer? undated, 12 pages mimeo
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Committee for Economic Development, Further Weapons Against Inflation: Measures to Supplement General Fiscal and Monetary Policies. September 14, 1970, 86 pages, 2 copies
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Improving Productivity in State and Local Government. A draft proposal to be considered at meeting on November 19, 1975. 86 pages, 2 copies
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Social Responsibilities of Business Corporation. Confidential voting copy of the Statement on National Policy approved by the Research and Policy Committee of CED on May 5, 1971. 62 pages xerox
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A Consortium of Wilsey and Ham; Kelso, Cotton, Seligman and Ray; 2nd Optimum Systems, Inc., Operation Breakthrough Type B Proposal, Part I. Technical and Management Submission RFP H-55-69... 43 pages mimeo
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Cooper, Richard N., European Monetary Unification and Integration of the World Economy, August 1972, 25 pages mimeo, annotated
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Corden, W.M., Oxford University, Monetary Integration and the Adjustment Problem, undated, 19 pages mimeo
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Crowther, G., 1938-1956 A Retrospect, undated, 5 pages mimeo
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Darby, Mochael R., The Equilibrium Price Level and the Effects of Price and Wage Controls: The First Two Years, October 3, 1971. 51 pages xerox
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Davis, O. A and K.O. Kortanel, Centralization and Decentralization the Political Economy of Public School Systems, undated, 20 pages
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Denison, Edward F. How to Raise the High Unemployment Growth Rate By one Percentage Point, undated, 17 pages annotated
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Eads, G., The Local Service Airline Experiment After Twenty Five Years: An Assessment, September 1970, 11 pages xerox
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Eastburn, D. P., Draft for article, August 10, 1973, 3 pages mimeo and attached letter regarding article
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Eisner, R., The War and the Economy. Prepared for Why Are We Still In Vietnam, to be published by Random House, 21 pages mimeo
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Feige, Edgar L. and D. K. Pierce, The U.S. Wage Price controls Experiment; Did it Work? April 1973, 32 pages
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Feldstein, M., On the Effects of the Income Tax Treatment of Charitable Contributions: Some Preliminary Results, undated, 49 pages xerox
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Frankel, M. L., Economics Education: 1969 and Beyond, undated, 15 pages
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Friend, I., Methodology in Finance, December 28, 1792. 26 pages photocopy
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Papers
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Gale, B. T., Market Share and Rate of Return, undated 32 pages
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Gennard, J., Multinational Corporations and British Labour: A Review of Attitudes and Responses. January 1972. printed
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Georgescu-Roegen, N., Analysis Versus Dialectics in Economics. Separata do livro Ensaios Economicos, Homenagen a Octavio Gouvea de Bulhones editado pela APEC Editora S.A. Rio de Janeiro, 1972
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Gilpin, R., Multinational Corporations and American Foreign Policy, undated, 24 pages, mimeo, annotated
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Glaser, E. L., The Information Technology Panel - Prediction on Information Technology and Its Potential Interaction with Society, undated 24 pages mimeo
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Goldfinger, N., An American Trade Union View of International Trade and Investment, AFL-CIO Research Department, October 1971, 21 pages mimeo
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Gordon, M. J., Towards a Theory of Financial Distress, undated 17 pages mimeo
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Gregory, B. M., Cable Television and the Copyright Problem. May 1, 1969, 27 pages
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Gunning, J.W. et al., The Price of Energy and Potential Growth of Developed Countries, An Attempt at Quantification. 45 pages xerox, annotated
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Heilbroner, R. L., Has Capitalism a Future? undated, 23 pages mimeo
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Hudson, M. W., Briefing Paper-Persistent Global Inflation: Causes and Consequences, May 27, 1974. 19 pages xerox
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Institute for the Quality of Life, Inc., Quality of Life, Community Surveys, the IQoL Community Survey - what it is and how it is conducted, prepared for Leonard Silk, undated, 6 pages
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International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Publicized Euro-Currency Credits to Developing Countries During 1973, preliminary, March 12, 1974, 14 pages
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Publicized Euro-Currency Credits During 1973 to Countries not Members of the World Bank, preliminary, March 20, 1974, 5 pages
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Japan Society, Inc., Committee on Economic Policy Studies, Summary Findings, undated 6 pages xerox
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Joshi et al, Urbanization and Employment in Abijan. Working papers, Geneva, October 1974
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Kaplan, A.D.H., Big Enterprise in a Competitive System. Revised edition, Brookings Institution, May 1964
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Kaufmann, William W. Alternative Post Vietnam Defense Budgets, Draft, undated, 33 pages
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The General Purpose Forces: The Non-nuclear Component, draft, undated, 67 pages, 2 copies
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Kindleberger, C. P. The Clash of Economics, Sociology and Politics in the Internationalization of Business. Discussion paper, no. 4, February 1972. 41 pages mimeo
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Kronish, Sidney J. Money and Banking. Mimeograph, pp I-1 to IV-23, undated
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Larner, R., Public Policy in the Ocean Freight Industry: Regulation or Competition? June 30, 1971. First Draft, 42 pages mimeo
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LaRue, et al., Calculation of New Oil Costs, United States, Years 1959 through 1974. May 1, 1975. 87 pages xerox
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Levy, M. E., Constraining Inflation: Concerns, Complacencies, and Evidence, October 1975, 9 pages mimeo and cover letter
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Levy, W. J., An Approach to Energy Policy for Oil Importing Countries, New York, October 1973. 15 pages
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Papers
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Lewis, R. G., A Proposal for Opportunity Homesteads, August 25, 1965. 19 pages
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McGarrah, R. E., How International Business Could Transform the Arms Race, April 21, 1970. 19 pages
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McGuire, T. W., Controls and Expectations: A Preliminary and Incomplete Draft, October 21, 1973, 21 pages
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McKie, J. W. Regulation and the Free Market: The Problem of Boundaries. Incomplete, pp.1-41, undated mimeo
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March, M. S., Federal Budget Priorities for Research and Development, 1970
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Marx, L., Here It Comes, But Don't Let It Worry You. April 25, 1970. 3 pages
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Mayers, E. G., Long Term Economic Outlook, undated, 15 pages typescript
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Minsky H.P., Fundamental Reappraisal of the Discount Mechanism, Financial Instability Revisited: the Economics of Disaster. Revised January 1970, 46 pages
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Modigliani, F., Monetary Policy and Consumption - The Linkages via Interest Rate and Wealth Effects in the Federal Reserve MIT-Penn Model, undated 2 copies, xerox
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Moore, T. G., The Feasibility of Deregulating Surface Freight Transportation, July 1971. 68 pages
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National Assembly of Social Policy and Development, Inc., Full Agency Information for the National Budget and Consultation Committee, March 1969, 38 pages
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Nelson, R. R., Big Technology, The Technology Gap, and a Dangerous Policy Pitfall, March 1968, 10 pages
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Nourse, E. G., What can You do for Your Country? Political Economics for 1976, 22 pages
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Nye, J. S., The Political Context of Europeans Monetary Integration, 21 pages mimeo, undated
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Oi, W. Y., On Measuring the Impact of Controls: A Critical Appraisal, 63 pages xerox
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Okner, B. A., Individual Taxes and the Distribution of Income. October 3, 1972. 41 pages mimeo
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Okun, A., The Controlled Experiment of 1969. January 19, 1970. 9 pages xerox, 2 copies
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Statement before the Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, July 23, 1975. 15 pages mimeo, Annotated
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O' Leary, James J. The Outlook for Interest Rates: Can the President's Program be Financed without Placing Serious Strains on the Money and Capital Markets? January 28, 1975. 10 pages typescript
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Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, Information and Analysis, Deutche Bank, undated, 27 pages
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Packer, A. H., Summary of Paper on the Design of Self Stabilizing Economy, April 1974, 4 pages mimeo
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Park, R. E., The Growth of Cable TV and its Probable Impact on Over the Air Broadcasting, undated, based on more detailed report entitled Potential Impact of Cable Growth on Television Broadcasting, Rand R-587, October 1970, 10 pages mimeo
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Parkin, M., Wage Behaviour in an Open Economy: Excess Demand, Generalised Expectations and Incomes Policies in the United Kingdom, September 1973, 49 pages xerox
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Perry, G. L., Current Budget Prospects, December 12, 1969, 7 pages xerox
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Tax Trauma Ahead? January 1970, 12 pages xerox
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Peterson, J. L., Concentration of Control and the Price of Television Time. 40 pages
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Phillips, A., Competitive Policy for Depository Financial Institutions, undated, 33 pages mimeo
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Chapter V - Technological Change in Air Transportation in the United States, undated, 64 pages xerox
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Preston, L. E., A Coherent Economy: The Question of Ends and Means. January 1974, 38 pages xerox
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Primeaux, W. J. Jr., A Re-Examination of the Monopoly Market Structure for Electric Utilities, undated, 66 pages mimeo
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Papers
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Research and Policy Committee of the Committee for Economic Development, Further Weapons Against Inflation: Measures to Supplement General Fiscal and Monetary Policies. November 1970, 89 pages xerox
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Rivlin/Hartman, Budget Issues in Health, Education and Income Maintenance, December 1969, 15 pages xerox
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Rustow, D. A., Western Europe, the Middle East, and Oil--Or What is Happening to the Emperor's Clothes? 6 pages mimeo
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Salant, W. S., European Monetary Unification and International Reserves, August 29, 1972. 52 pages mimeo
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Saulnier, R. J., Notes on the U.S. Economy, August 6, 1973. 2 pages mimeo
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Scheuer, S. H., How Bold Dare We Be? September 1970, 3 pages photocopy
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Schnittker, J., Economists and Economic Reporters, undated, 3 pages mimeo
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Sethuraman, S. V., Urbanisation and Employment in Jakarta. Working papers, Geneva, October 1974
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Siegal, I. H., The Kerner Commission Report and Economic Policy, Upjoin Institute, January 1969, staff paper
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Silk, L. S., The Business Institutions Panel - Impact of Changes in the Information Process on Business Institutions, undated, 24 pages carbon copy
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Chicago: Champion of the Marketplace, undated, 6 pages annotated
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Economic Studies at Brookings, April 27, 1970. 4 pages xerox, annotated
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The Education of Businessmen, supplementary paper, no. 11. December 1960, 2 copies
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Forecasting Business Trends, undated, 64 pages
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The French Cassandra, undated, 9 pages xerox
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Harlan County, University of Wisconsin, May 1938, 48 pages
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Is there a Lower Middle Class Problem? 6 pages xerox, annotated
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Labor in Atlantic City, May 30, 1939. 28 pages, annotated, in black folder
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Marxism and the Decay of Civilization, undated, 22 pages, carbon copy, annotated
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The Personnel of the National Labor Relations Board. January 1940, 47 pages
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Reading Diary of Leonard Silk, for Political Parties and Public Opinion (Political Science 122) 1938, 117 pages typescript
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Simon, H. A., Thinking by Computers, working paper #64, February 18, 1964, 19 pages ditto
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Silk, L., The Work of Charles F. Ross, paper presented at meeting of New York Chapter, American Statistical Association, March 12, 1958, 4 pages ditto
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Silk, L., Untitled, undated, 3 pages typescript
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Sinai, A., Are We Headed for a Crunch? Data Resources Special Studies in Economics, no. 1, July 1973, 47 pages mimeo
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Sindona, M., International Monetary System and Balance of Payments, November 7, 1972. 30 pages multilith
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International Monetary and Economic Problems, undated
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Smallwood, D. E. Competition, Regulation, and Product Quality in the Automobile Insurance Industry, August 15, 1971. An incomplete draft of a paper for the Brookings Institution, mimeograph
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Papers
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Smith, S., The Inflation of Steel Prices, Particularly for Steel Conduit and the Need for Government Intervention, undated, 11 pages mimeo. Included in report are correspondence, and attached to front is cover letter
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Snelden, R. T., Monetary Restraint and Installment Credit, undated, 24 pages photocopy
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Solo, R. A., The Public Authority and the Market System, undated, 190 pages
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Solow, R. M., Price Expectations and the Behavior of the Price Level, undated 57 pages xerox
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Special Research on Trade Policy, Nixon Administration's Dichotomy on Trade Policy Opens Door to Protectionist Lobby Seeking Import Quotas on Textiles, Shoes, 6 pages mimeo undated
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Reversal of U.S. Trade Policy of 36 Years by Congress Feared; Major Effect on Consumers, Exports, Foreign Relations Seen, undated, 10 pages mimeo
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Staff of the World Bank Group, Additional External Capital Requirements of Developing Countries. International Development Association, March 1974, 19 pages
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Taubman, P., Monetary Policy and Consumption - Or a Chain is Only as Strong as Its Weakest Link? undated 1 copy 16 pages, photocopy and 1 copy 18 pages, xerox copy
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Taxation with Representation, A Public Interest Taxpayers' Lobby, Evaluation of Proposals for Consideration in First Phase of Tax Reform. undated 15 pages multilith
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Tilton, J., The International Diffusion of Technology, A Case Study of the Semiconductor Industry, April 1970. 5 pages photocopy. Also preliminary drafts:
Chapter I, Introduction, 6 pages
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Chapter II, The Semiconductor Industry, 21 pages
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Chapter III, The Rate of Diffusion, 47 pages
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Chapter IV, United States, 83 pages
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Chapter V, Europe, 65 pages
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Chapter VI, Japan, 42 pages
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Chapter VII, Conclusions, 17 pages
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Trezise, P. H. Monetary Union and U.S. Policy Toward Europe, September 15, 1972. 10 pages mimeo, annotated
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Triffin, R., Prospects for International Monetary Reform, December 1972, 13 pages mimeo, annotated
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Turner, D.F., Legal and Related Problems in the Collection and Use of Private Economic Data, undated, 13 pages, ditto
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Tyler, G., Economic Factors in Group Life, paper prepared for the Task Force on Group Life in America, June 1, 1971, 31 pages mimeo
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Wallich, H. C., From Multiplier to Quantity Theory, May 23, 1975, 26 pages mimeo
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Weidenbaum, M. L., Limitations of the Full Employment Budget, March 1974, 3 pages mimeo
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Weintraub, S., On Eliminating Inflation and Outmoded Economic Doctrines, undated, 9 pages, 2 copies
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On ending the Inflation Unemployment Tangle, undated, 3 pages xerox
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Weiss, L. W., An Evaluation of Antitrust in the Electric Power Industry, 55 pages mimeograph
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Whiting, B., The Suddenly Remembered American, draft, undated
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World Bank Paper, Land Reform, July 1974
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Rural Development Series, Agricultural Credit, August 1974
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Vanek, J., A Proposal for a Study to Implement a Fully Self Managed Industrial Enterprise in the United States, undated, 5 pages mimeo
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Appendix, undated, 53 pages photocopy
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Appendix to Chapter 23, The Full Employment Budget, undated, 5 pages
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Arab Investments: Threat or Boon for the West, undated 12 pages
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Papers, no authors
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Chapter I, Introduction, undated 16 pages photocopy
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Chapter 7, Summary and Conclusions, undated 35 pages
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Controlling the Inflation Process, undated 1 pages mimeo
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Epilogue - Some Evidence of the Model's Ability to Capture Monetary Effects on Consumption and on the Reliability of the Reduced Form Approach, undated 12 pages photo copy, annotated
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Lecture 1: The Logic of Economic Policy, undated 2 pages incomplete preface, 163 pages, undated
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Problems of United States Economic Development, Vol. 2, Committee for Economic Development, volume of fifty papers, May 1958
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Program of Participation and Labor Managed Systems, Statement of Plans for 1973-1976, undated 14 pages mimeo
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Proposed Study of Antitrust Policy, December 9, 1969, 12 pages mimeo
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Public Forum on Economic Issues, undated 10 pages
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Regulation, Competition and the Computing Industry: A Research Proposal. Preliminary draft, August 20, 1969, 12 pages photocopy
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Review: Henry Hazlitt, the Failure of the New Economics, 7 pages ditto, annotated
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Rule 394 and the Public Interest, undated 11 pages multilith
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Wage and Price Policy for Monetary Stability, December 19, 1969, 13 pages typescript
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Working papers...Commission on the year 2000 of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Vol III. Questions and Caveats about Forecasting the Political Structure and Vol. V, Intellectual Institutions, the Life Cycle, and International System, undated
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Chapter Two, The Costs of Short Haul Air Service
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Chapter Three, The Demand for Short Haul Air Service
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Chapter Four, The Local Service Experiment
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Papers
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[Chapter 5 not listed in original inventory.]
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Chapter Six, Transition to Trunkline Status
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Chapter Seven, The Future of Short Haul, Low Density Air Service
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Chapter IX, Construction
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Lost, unidentified or incomplete pages from papers
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Miscellaneous Print Material
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Public Policy, Vol. XIX, No. 4, Fall 1971
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Saturday Review, Vol. LV, No. 4, January 22, 1972
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Saturday Review, Vol. 1, No. 10, January 26, 1974
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Saturday Review, Vol. 2, No. 25, September 6, 1975
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Photographs
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Photos of Leonard Silk
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Sizes range from 1x1" to 9x12". Images include informal settings, graduations, military occasions, professional meetings, and photos of Silk with notables such as President Lyndon Johnson.

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Photos of others, identified

Sizes range from 2x2" to 8x10". Images portray friends and family, as well as important academic, public, and political figures such as Lord Halifax, Orson Wells, Jan Smuts, Paul Volcker, and Nelson Rockefeller.

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Photos of others, unidentified

Sizes range from 2x2" to 8x9". There are also two negatives. Photos include: military, children, informal settings, UN and other meetings, and snapshots of groups at meetings and dinners taken in Madison, WI.

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Press Releases
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Statement by Joel Dean to U.S. Senate Antitrust and Monopoly Sub Committee, A Positive Program for Antitrust, proposed testimony of Joel Dean, for release September 10, 1965
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Press releases from World War II written by Leonard S. Silk
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American Enterprise Institute, for immediate release, July 15, 1970
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American Importers Association, New York, March 21, 1972, noon embargo
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American Petroleum Institute, Address for presentation at a General Session during the 1972 Annual Meeting of the American Petroleum Institute, Chicago, Illinois. November 13-14, 1972, An Action Program for U.S. Energy Policy During the Seventies, by Walter J. Levy, for release after 10:00 (CST), November 14
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American Retail Federation, Congressional Drive for Textile, Shoe Quotas Would Raise Prices on Clothing, Footwear, and Threaten Illinois' $3 billion Exports. For immediate release, no date
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Bank of America News, for further information contact: Jay DeBow and Partners, Inc., A Syndicate of International Commercial banks lead by Bank of America Has Entered the Market with $150 million Seven Year Credit for the Republic of Ecuador, For immediate release, undated
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Boards of Governors, 1970s Annual Meeting, Copenhagen, press release No. 3, Statement by Pierre-Oaul Schweitzer, Chairman of the Executive Board and Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, in Presenting the Twenty-fifth Annual Report of the Executive Directors to the Board of Governors of the Fund, hold for release September 21, 1970
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The Brookings Institution New Release, Contact Jim Farrell, Brookings Study Probes Consequences of Higher World Oil Prices, release, November 24, 1975
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Chem Systems, Inc., Chem Systems Names Corporate Planning Manager, for immediate release, undated
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Committee for a National Trade policy, U.S. Arrogance in Vetoing Schweitzer Reappointment Deplored, for release, September 27, 1972
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Congress of the United States, Joint Economic Committee, Senator Proxmire Announces Hearings on the 1968 Economic Report of the President, for immediate release January 31, 1968
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Congressional Quarterly News Service, White House Preparing to Propose Restructuring of Social Programs, immediate release, July 23, 1975
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Congressional Quarterly News Service, Nixon's Chief Tax Aide Now Business Lobbyist, for immediate release, August 14, 1973
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Corporate Headquarters, Failure to Guarantee Lockheed Loan Would Mean $20 Billion Monopoly, for release June 28, 1971
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Data Resources, Inc. for release, December 31, 1969
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The Department of the Treasury News, Remarks of the Honorable Eugene T. Rossides Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Enforcement and Operations before the Eighty-Ninth Annual Banquet Phi Delta Phi of Columbia Law School, International House, Statement entitled the Nixon Administration's Reform Program to Combat the Illegal Use of Secret Foreign Bank Accounts, for release upon delivery (April 23, 1970)
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Economic Department, contact: Douglas Greenwald, Chief Economist Industrial Operating Rate Continues Dip, for release August 23, 1974
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Economic Department, Industrial Operating Rate Turns Up in July: Mining Stages Strong Push, for release August 24, 1973
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European Community Press Release, European Community Information Service, no 18/1975. EC Delegation to Hold Talks at UN Monday, for immediate release, November 15, 1975
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Evaluation Magazine, contact: Wy Spano, Heller Says more Taxes Possible to Fund H Man Services, for immediate release, July 3, 1974
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Executive Office of the president, Council of Economic Advisers, Remarks of Hendrik S. Houthakker, Member, Council of Economic Advisers at Louisiana State University, May 4, 1970. For Release on delivery May 4, 1970
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Statement of Herbert Stein before the Joint Economic Committee Subcommittee on Economy in Government Hearings on Changing National Priorities, June 15, 1970, for release upon delivery
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Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco, for release September 12, 1974
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Federal Reserve Bank of New York, No. 1079, Economic Health of Nation and New York City Requires Major Shift in Attitudes, Volcker Warns, for release E.S.T. November 12, 1975
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Federal Reserve Press Release, March 11, 1970, Treasury and Federal Reserve Foreign Exchange Operations. Another release June 29, 1970
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From the office of Senator Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts, Senator Kennedy Urges Tax Relief and Tax Reform, Including End to Syndicated Tax Shelters, for immediate release, June 10, 1974
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From the Office of Senator Jacob K. Javits, Contact: Peter Teeley, Javits/Humphrey Propose Legislation for Long-Term Economic Planning for immediate release, May 12, 1975
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Headquarters, United States Forces in Austria, Vienna, April 15, 1946, for release at 1900 hours
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Initiative Committee for National Economic Planning, Statement by Wassily Leontief, Harvard University, Nobel Laureate in Economics, Co-Chairman of The Initiative Committee for National Economic Planning, for release May 12, 1975
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Statement by J. Irwin Miller, Chairman of Cummings Engine Col, for release May 12, 1975. Statement by Leonard Woodcock, president of the UAW, Co-chairman of the Initiative Committee for National Economic Planning, for release May 12, 1975
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International Finance Corporation, World Bank Affiliate Invests $122 Million, Helps Creat 19,000 New Jobs in Developing Countries During Fiscal Year,for release September 17, 1970
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Mel Adams and Associates, Inc. for: Salomon Brothers, Contact: Charles Brophy, for release, November 21, 1975
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Morgan Guaranty Trust Company of New York: for release March 25, 1974, for release May 23, 1974, and for release August 23, 1974
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Morris Mendelson, University of Pennsylvania, The Automated Trading System, for release immediately, undated
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Michael W. Moynihan, Public Affairs Consultants, ECAT Will Lead Campaign for Multinational Companies, for release February 24, 1972
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National Foreign Trade Council, Inc., for immediate release, November 14, 1972
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New Orders Index, McGraw-Hill Publications Company, contact: Douglas Greenwald, for release November 21, 1975
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New York University News Bureau, Bob Terte, for release April 26, 1973/
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News, U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS Report Examines Employment in Perspective, for release June 15, 1970. 2 copies
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News United States Railway Association, contact: Alex Bilanow and Bob O'Rourke USRA Issues Supplemental Report, for release September 19, 1975
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USRA Board Approves Terms of Chessie Acquisitions, for release November 6, 1975
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Clarification of News Release, November 18, 1975
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Office of Senator Williams Proxmire, Wisconsin, for release November 17, 1975 and November 19, 1975
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Probe International, Contact: Evelyn Hersh, Soviet Commercial Penetration in Far East is New Threat to U.S. Trade and Investment in Region, for release November 20, 1975
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Public Affairs Department (CITICORP) from: John M. Williams, Consumer has Hang Dog Outlook on Economy, Bank Survey Shows, for release November 17 1975
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Public Interest Economics Center, contact: Robert Waldrop, for release December 28, 1972
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Regional Plan Association, news release No 1180, for release March 19, 1973
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Remarks of Eugene Miller, New York Stock Exchange to the San Diego Union-Tribune Investors Clinic, May 28, 1970, for release May 28, 1970
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Remarks of Richard M. Nixon, New York, carbon copy undated
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Remarks of Senator Humphrey at May 12 Press Conference on Balanced Growth and economic Planning Act of 1975, for immediate release, May 12, 1975
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Taxation with Representation and the Tax Action Campaign, A Public Interest Taxpayers' Lobby, Tom Reese or Tom Field, Ways and Means Committee Ranked on Reform, for release November 17, 1975
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The Trilateral Commission, Governments Should Actively Move Forward on stalled Trade Negotiations, Counsels Trilateral Task Force, News release September 16, 1974
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United States - Japan Trade Council, Japan Unilaterally Slashes Tariffs on 238 Items, Eliminates More Quotas, Cuts Auto Taxes, to Assist U.S. Passages of Gold Bill. For immediate release. Also attached is comments on H.R. 10914/S 2592 (Burke-Hartke Bill)
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Vance Hartke United States Senator News, Hartke Condemns Attempts to Suppress Public Broadcasting Programming, for release November 19, 1975
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White House Economic Program Fact Sheet, June 12, 1973, embargoed for release until 8:30 p.m
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Press Summary, New York Times
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June 1970
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September 9, 1971
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Proceedings and Seminars
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Alliance Capital Management Corporation, Tenth Annual Corporate Pension Conference, New York City, October 30, 1973
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American Bankers Association, Proceedings of a Symposium on Money, Interest Rates and Economic Activity, 1967
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American Bankers Association, Proceeding of a Symposium on the Federal Budget in a Dynamic Economy, April 2, 1968, 2 copies
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Proceeding and Seminars
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American Life Insurance Association, Life Officers Investment Seminar, 1974
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Ballotti, Geno A., Managing Editor, Daedalus, Proceedings of the Conference on Business and Society. Sponsored by Deadalus and the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College, 1966
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Corporation Service Seminar folder, The Changing Pattern of the International Monetary System, May 15-17, 1972
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Faculty Seminar on European Community Studies, The City University of New York, December 6, 1971
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Gardner, Richard N. New Structures for Economic Interdependence, The Proceedings of an International Conference with a Report by Richard N. Fardner, 1975
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Inflation Control, Myth or Reality? Proceedings of a Special Feature Session, 74th Congress of American Industry, New York, December 5, 1969
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Long Island University, How to Operate Under the Wage-Price Freeze, Irving Schreiber, Editor, Based on a Tax Conference of the Center for Tax Studies, C.W. Post College, Long Island University, 1972
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Reports
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Automation, Report from the President's Advisory Committee on Labor Management Policy, Washington, D.C. January 11, 1962
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Becker Securities Corporation, Investment Research Department, Agricultural Economics, September 19, 1975
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Bell, Carolyn Shaw, Chair, Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession, American Economic Association Report to the Executive Committee, 1972. mimeograph, 11 pages
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Bellman, R.E. and L.A. Zadeh, Decision Making in a Fuzzy Environment, Electronics Research Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, Report No. ERL-69-8, November 1969
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Boardman, P. M., editor, The Economy of South Vietnam - A New Beginning, 1973
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The Brookings Institution, Urban Schools and the Issue of Neighborhood Control, This report was adapted from Community Control of Schools, Henry M. Levin, Editor, Brookings Research Report 104, 1970
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Business and the Development of Ghetto Enterprise, the Conference Board, New York, Report 517, 1971
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Campbell, J. C., et al, Trilateral Task Force on the Political and International Implications of the Energy Crisis. First Task Report, June 1974, 29 pages mimeograph
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Center for Political Research, Federal Policy Regarding Oil Import Quotas, 1970
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Centre International pour le Developpement (CIO), Partial and Provisional Report of the International Encounter on World Public Information and the Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of States, France, October 13-15, 1975
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Committee for Economic Development, Economic Education in the Schools...A Report of the National Task Force on Economic Education, September 1961, 2 copies
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Supplementary Paper No. 12, Reports of Materials Evaluation Committees to the Joint Council on Economic Education, October 1963
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The Conference Board, Special Report, Perspectives for the '70s and '80s, Tomorrow's Problems Confronting Today's Management An Experimental Forecast Conducted by the National Industrial Conference Board and the Opinion Research Corporation, 1970. 2 copies
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The Conference Board, The Federal Budget - It's Impact on the Economy, Fiscal 1976 Edition. Conference Board Report No. 660, 1975
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Corporate Industrial Relations, General Electric, April 1968 and January 1970
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Cowen and Company, Basic Report, April 1973
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Reports
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Cowen and Company, Turning Point: almost complete run of issues from 1972 Mar. to 1973 May
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Crane, P. M., Representative ACU Education and Research Institute, How to Cut the Budget: A Program for Fiscal Reform, July 1975
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Department of Treasury, By the Comptroller General of the United States, Exchange Stabilization Fund Expenditures for Personnel Support, Washington, D.C. November 6, 1975
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Di Paliano, Guido Colonna et al, Directions for World Trade in the Nineteen-Seventies. A Report of the Trilateral Task Force on Trade to the Executive Committee of the Trilateral Commission, Brussels, June 23-25, 1974
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Draft Report - Scientific and Technological Developments in Sweden. June 1964, by Sverre Petterseen, undated 20 pages, incomplete, photocopy
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Eckstein, Otto, Chairman, Report of the Vice President's Task Force on Inflation - Policy Against Inflation, October 1968
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Economic Report from Germany, May 25, 1970; June 10, 1970
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Edie Economics Planning Report - International Review, August 1974
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Editorial Research Reports, Article Service, August 21, 1973
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Editorial Research Reports, Daily Service, August 10, 1970; August 8, 1973
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Education, Training and Employment of the Disadvantaged, Studies in Public Affairs, No. 4, National Industrial Conference Board, 1969
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European Free Trade Association, EFTA Trade 1969, December 1970
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Export-Import Bank of the United States, Fiscal 1968 Report - 34th Fiscal Year End Report, Washington, D.C. July 31, 1968
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Facts About Welfare, No. 5A. A Supplement to the Nixon Administration Welfare Proposal (H.R. 14173) issued in February 1970 as Report No. 5 of the Public Welfare Reporting Center for the National Study Service, April 1970
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The Federal Budget - Its Impact on the Economy. The Conference Board, New York, Report No. 550, Fiscal 1973 Edition, 1972
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First Semi Annual Report of the Public Interest Economics Center, December 1972, 8 pages mimeograph. 2 copies
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FMC Corporation, Annual Report, 1974
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Frankel, M. L. President, Joint Council on Economic Education, New York, Economics and the Consumer, 1966
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Reports
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Friend, I. and Marshall, B. E., The Consequences of Competitive Commissions on the New York Stock Exchange, Rodney L. White Center for Financial Research, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, April 1972
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Gardner, R. N. et al, Trilateral Task Force on Relations with Developing Countries, A Turning Point in North-South Economic Relations, June 1974, 24 pages mimeograph
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Gaston, J. F., and W. J. Smith, Border Taxes and International Economic Competition, Conference Board, Studies in Business Economics, No. 108, 1969
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Georgetown University, Center for Strategic and International Studies, The Interactions of Trade, Monetary, Energy, and Security Issues Among Europe, Japan, and North America, 1973
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The Gillette Company, Annual Report, 1973
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Goals for Americans, Final Report. Addresses, Participants, Speakers and Staff, A Regional Assembly co-sponsored by Duke University and the American Assembly of Columbia university, May 18-21, 1961, Durham, North Carolina
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Harriman, A., A Report for India and Pakistan, February-March 1959
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Having the Power, We Have the Duty, Summary of Recommendations to the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, Report to the Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, the Advisory Council on Public Welfare, June 29, 1966
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Information for Business, A Special Report Businessman's Guide to Doing Business in the Mid-East, September 30, 1974
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Institutional Investor Study - Outline of Final Report, Working Draft, January 4, 1970
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International Finance, The U.S. Economic Report, February 15, 1971
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International Finance Corporation (IFC) Annual Report, 1970
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International Labour Organisation, World Employment Programme: A Progress Report on Its Research Oriented Activities, December 1973
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International Monetary Fund, Annual Report of the Executive Directors for the Fiscal Year Ended April 30, 1968; and April 30, 1970
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National Science Foundation, Candidates and Priorities for Technology Assessments, Vol. II, August 1973, Vol. III, August 1973, Vol. IV, March, 1973
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De Nederlandsche Bank N.V. Report for the Year 1970, Presented to the General Meeting of Shareholders held on April 27, 1971
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Report for the Year 1970, Presented to the General Meeting of Shareholders held on April 25, 1972
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New York Stock Exchange, The Capital Needs and Savings Potential of the U.S. Economy - Projections Through 1985. September, 1974
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New York Times Company, 1972 Annual Report, 1973; Confidential Report, Vol. 2, No. 3, March 24, 1972
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News Futures, Editorial Research Reports, Congressional Quarterly, September 16, 1975
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Nossaman, Waters, et al, Summary - An Evaluation of the Options of the U.S. Government in its Relationship to U.S. Firms in International Petroleum Affairs. January 6, 1975, 121 pages mimeograph
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Okun, A. M., Prosperity without Inflation - Highlights of the Political Economy of Prosperity, Brookings Research Report 102, 1970
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Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, Policies for Economic Growth, 1962
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Paliano, Guido et al, Trilateral Task Force on Trade - Directions for World Trade in the Nineteen-Seventies, June 1970, 35 pages
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Paluszek, John L. Organizing for Corporate Social Responsibility, Special Study No. 51, the President's Association, Inc. New York, Winter 1972-1973
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Personal Activities Report of Walter W. Heller, for the year 1953-1954, carbon copy, 3 pages + 1 attachment, annotated
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Policy Perspectives for International Trade and Economic Relations, Report by the High Level Group on Trade and Related Problems to the Secretary-General of OECD. Not for publication before 17:00 hours (Paris time) Tuesday, 5th September, 1972
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Reasonable Public Rates for Brokerage Commissions, A Report by National Economic Research Associates, Inc., to the Cost and Revenue Committee of the New York Stock Exchange, Vol. II, Exhibits and Tables, February 1970
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Report and Recommendations Editorial Page Task Force, undated 32 pages, xerox copy
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Reprints
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Adams, E. S., Money and Banking on a Distant Planet, 1. Banking in Erewhon 2. Credit Control in Erewhon, Banking, Journal of the Merican Bankers Association, October and November 1969, pages not indicated
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Alexander, H. E., Communication and Politics: the media and the Message, Reprinted from Symposium on Communications: Part I. Law and Contemporary Problems, Vol. 34, No. 2, Spring 1969, pp.255-277
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Altman, E. I., Corporate Bankruptcy, Potential, Stockholder Returns and Share Valuation, The Journal of Finance, Vol. XXIV, No. %, December 1969, pp. 887-900
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Bach, G. L., Managerial Decision Making as an Organizing Concept, Reprint from Chapter 13, Education of American Businessmen, McGraw Hill, New York, 1959
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Banner, David K. et al. Problems in the Evaluation of Social Action Programs, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Business Research Program in Corporate Social Policy, Report in Series, No. 3, undated
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Barber, B., Experimenting with Humans, Reprinted from The Public Interest, No. 6, Winter 1967, pp. 91-102
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Professors, Authority, and Change, Reprinted from Columbia College Today, Vol XV, No. 2, Winter 1967-1968, pp. 2-9
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Some New Men of Power: The Case of Biomedical Research Scientists, Reprinted from Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 169, January 21, 1970s, pp 519-522. 2 copies
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Benjamin, C. G. The Book Publishing's Hidden Bonaza Saturday Review, April 18, 1970, pp 19-81
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Berg, A., Industry's Struggle with World Malnutrition, Harvard Business Review, May 1972, pp 130-141
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Bergsten, C. F., Crisis in U.S. Trade Policy, Foreign Affairs, Vol. 49, No. 4, July 1971, pp. 619-635
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The New Economics and U.S. Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs, January 1972, pp. 199-222
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Bernstien, P. L. Can you Forcast the Stock Market? Challenge, March/April 1973
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A New Look at Investment Requirements and Objectives, Trusts and Estates Magazine, March 1966
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Blumberg, P. I., The Constituencies of the Corporation: New Directions for Employees, The Business Lawyer, March, 1973, special issues, pp. 177-198
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The Public's Right to Know: Disclosure in the Major American Corporation, Business Lawyer, Vol. 28, July 1973, pp. 1025-1061
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Boskey, B., Some Patent Aspects of Atom Power Development, Atomic Power Development, Winter 1956, pp.113-131
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Bower, R. S., Market Changes in the Computer Services Industry, Bell Journal of Economics and Management Science Autumn 1973, pp. 539-590
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Risk and the Valuation of Common Stock, Tuck School Reprint Series, No. 70, 1969. pp. 349-362
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Bronfenbrenner, M. S., Economic Miracles and Japan's Income-doubling Plan, The States and Economic Enterprise in Japan, 1965. pp. 523-553
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Brown, J. D., The Development of Creative Teacher-Scholars, Daedalus, summer 1965, pp. 615-163
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Carleton, W. T., and E. M. Lerner, Statistical Credit Scoring of Municipal Bonds, The Amos Tuck School Reprint Series, No. 71, 1970, pp. 750-764
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Cohen, B. J., The Benefits and Costs of Sterling, Euromoney, Vol. 1, Nos 4 and 11, September 1969 and April 1970, pp. 10-12 and 39-43 (2 different copies)
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Dedijer, S., International Comparisons of Science, New Scientist, Vol 21, pp. 461-464
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Research Policy Program - A Progress Report for Lund, Saertrykk Av Nordisk Forum, 1968, Hefte 1, pp.55-64
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Despres, E. et al, The Dollar and World Liquidity - a Minority View, The Economist, April 1966, pp.1-13
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Diebold, W. Jr., The Economic System at Stake, Foreign Affairs, October 1972, pp. 167-180
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The Future of United States Foreign Economic Policy, International Journal, Autumn, 1974, pp. 557-576
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Dorfman, R., Can benefits and Costs of Public Investments Be Measured? Brookings Research Report No. 32, May, 1965, pp.1-8
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Eckstein, O., Instability in the Private and Public Sectors: Some Model Simulations, The Swedish Journal of Economics, March 1973, pp. 19-26, xerox copy
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Fand, D. I., High Interest Rates and Inflation in the U.S. Cause or Effect? Banca Nazionale Del Lavoro Quarterly Review, March 1972, pp.3-44
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Frederick, W. C. and M. S. Myers, The Hidden Politics of Social Auditing, Business and Society Review, Autumn 1974
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Friedman, J. J., Relative Profitability and Monopoly Power, The Conference Board, Record, December 1972, pp. 3-21
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Friedman, Milton, The Quantity Theory of Money -- a Restatement, Studies in the Quantity Theory of Money, 1956, pp. 3-21
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Friedman, Murray, Kensington, U.S.A., La Salle, Fall, 1967
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Gambino, A. and D. I. Fand, On the Endogeneity of the Money Stock, Banca National del Lavoro Quarterly Review, September 1970, pp. 3-11
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Gardener, R. N., The Hard Road to World Order, Foreign Affairs, April 1974, pp. 556-576
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Goodwin, L., Bridging the Gap Between Social Research and Public Policy: Welfare, A Case in Point, The Journal of Behavioral Science, Vol. 9, No. 1, 1973, pp. 85-114
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Gordon, K., Reflection on Spending, Public Policy, Vol. XV, 1966, pp. 3-22
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Hamer, J., Economics of Scarcity, Editorial Research Reports, 1973, pp. 823-840
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Hamill, P., The Revolt of the White Lower Middle Class, New Yorker, April 14, 1969
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The Economist's Corner: Tax Reform for Economic Progress, Banker Magazine, Vol. 156, No. 4, undated
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Economics and Politics: Thoughts on Government Finance, Liber Amicorum Professor Baron Jean Van Houtte, undated, 629-644
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Tax Equity and the Need for Capital: With Special Reference to Income from Corporate Shareholdings, National Tax Journal, September 1975, pp. 292-300
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CED's Stabilizing Budget Policy After Ten Years, American Economic Review, September 1957, pp. 634-651
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Equity Considerations in a Capital Gains Tax, Canadian Tax Journal, pp. 34-36
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Fiscal Policies for Underdeveloped Economies, Conference on Agricultural Taxation and Economic Development, January 28- February 13, 1954. pp. 61-86
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Limitations of the Federal Individual Income Tax, Journal of Finance, May 1952, pp. 185-202
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Postwar Municipal Finance in the Nation Economy, American Planning and Civic Annual, 1944, pp. 61-71
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The Role of Fiscal Monetary Policy in German Economic Recovery, American Economic Review, May 1950, pp. 531-546
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A Survey of Agricultural Taxation and Economic Development, Conference on Agricultural Taxation and Economic Development, January 28 - February 3, 1954, pp. 117-188
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The Tax Legislative Process in the United States, Canadian Tax Journal, pp. 314-326
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Homer, S. and R. I. Johannesen, Review: The Price of Money 1946 to 1969, Journal of Economic Literature, September 1970, pp. 852-853
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Jecchinis, C., Technological Change and Socio-Economic Development in North America: Problems and Prospects, The Lakehead University Review, Fall/Winter, 1973, pp. 136-171
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Kahn, R. L., The Inspiration of Research, Michigan Quarterly Review, April 1965, pp. 122-130
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Kelso, L. O., Banking and the Two-Factor Theory, Bankers Magazine, Spring 1970
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Korey, W., The Panov Drama on Broadway, Midstream, undated, pp 11-25
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Sakharov and the Soviet Jewish National Movement, Midstream, February 1974
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Lacy, M. G., Food Control During Forty-Six Centuries, Scientific Monthly, June 1923, pp. 1-19
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Longman, K. A., Marketing Science? Management Science, August 1967, pp. B-852-B-854
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Machlup, F., Euro-Dollar Creation, a Mystery Story, Banca Nazionale del Lavoro Quarterly Review, September 1970, pp. 3-43
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Malmgren, H. B., Coming Trade Wars? Foreign Policy, Winter 1970-1971, pp. 1-29
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Mattlin, E., Brookings: First Aid for Ailing Economies, The Institutional Investor, November 1969
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Medford, D., The New Thaumaturgy of Governmental Research and Development? Futures, December 1969, pp. 510-526
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Mesthene, E. G. How Technology Will Shape the Future, Science, July 12, 1968, pp. 1-24
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The Impacts of Science on Public Policy, Public Administration Review, June 1967, pp. 97-104
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Minsky, H. P., An Evaluation of Recent U.S. Monetary Policy? Bankers Magazine, November-December 1972, xerox copy
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Moulton, H. G., The Trouble with Capitalism is the Capitalists - Economic Progress Without Economic Revolution, Fortune, November 1945, pp. 5-46
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Moyers, N., The Plight of the Not-So-Poor, Newsday, May 24, 1969, pp. 1-15
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Nourse, E. G. Early Flowering of the Employment Act, Virginia Quarterly Review, Spring 1967, pp. 233-247
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Offner, P. and D. H. Saks, A Note on John Kain's Housing Segregation, Negro Employment and Metropolitian Decentralization, Quarterly Journal of Economics, February 1971, pp. 147-160
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Owen, B. M. Public Policy and Emerging Technology in the Media, Public Policy, Summer, 1970. pp. 539-552
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Owen, W., Transport: Key to the Future of Cities, The Quality of the Urban Environment, July 1969, pp. 205-227
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Pechman, J. A., Tax Policies for the 1970s, Public Policy, Fall, 1969, pp. 75-93
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Perry, G. L., Wages and the Guideposts: Reply, The American Economic Review, June 1969
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Salant, W. S., Practical Techniques for Assesing the Need for World Reserves, International Reserves, 1970, pp. 269-306
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The Reserve Currency Role of the Dollar: Blessing or burden to the United States? The Review of Economics and Statistics, May 1964, pp. 164-172
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Schroeder, R. C., Arab Oil Money, Editorial Research Reports, May 17, 1974, pp. 365-382
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Schwartzman, D., The Burden of Monopoly, The Journal of Political Economy, December 1960, pp. 627-630
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Silk, Leonard S
Business Power, Today and Tomorrow, Daedalus, Winter, 1969, pp. 174-190, 4 copies
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The Postwar Program of Swedish Labor, South Atlantic Quarterly, October 1947, pp. 437-352, 3 copies
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The Problem of Communication, The American Economic Review, May 1964, pp. 595-609, 3 copies
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The Research Revolution and its Economic Implications, Social Science, January 1962, pp. 24-34
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The Role of the Business Corporation in the Economy and Society, Economic Systems in Public Policy, 1966, pp. 83-103. 5 copies
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Truth vs. Partisan Political Purpose, The American Economic Review, May 1972, pp. 376-378, 59 copies
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Simon, H. A., Administrative Decision Making, Public Administration Review, March 1965, pp. 31-37
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Solomon, R., A note on the Full Employment Budget Surplus, The Review of Economics and Statistics, February 1964, pp. 105-108
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Spengler, J. J., Changes in Income Distribution and Social Stratification: A Note, The American Journal of Sociology, November 1953, pp. 247-259
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Herodotus on the Subject Matter of Economics, The Scientific Monthly, December 1955, pp. 276-285
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Stewart, C. W. Jr., Taxation and the Crisis of Capital, Tax Foundation Tax Review, August 1974, pp. 31-34
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Swamy, M. R. Kumara, Is J.B. Say's Law of Value a Mere Repetition of the Theory of Business Fluctuations? Zeitschrift Fur Nationalokonomie, 1968, pp. 251-256
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Thomas, G. L., The Listener's Right to Hear in Broadcasting, Stanford Law Review, April 1970, pp. 863-902
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Triffin, R., How to Arrest a Threatening Relapse Into the 1930's, Bulletin of the National Bank of Belgium, November 1971, pp. 1-31
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Weeden, D. E., Reprint of a Letter Submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission, December 19, 1969, pp. 2-12
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Weidenbaum, M. L., Toward a Modern Public Spector, The Conference Board Record, September 1970, pp. 17-21
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Whitehead, A. N., Universities and Their Function, Reprinted from Chapter 7 of the Aims of Education, Macmillan, New York, 1929. 7 pages
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Wilcox, C., Relief for Victims of Tariff Cuts, American Economic Review, December 1950, pp. 884-889
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Wille, L., The Anxious Majority -- Chicago's Working Class, Chicago Daily News, May 1970, pp. 1-15
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Yntema, T. O., The Enrichment of Man, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1964, pp. 13-63,
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Zader, L. A., Fuzzy Sets, Information and Control, June 1965, pp. 338-353, two separate reprints with same title, February 1968, 94-102
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Arms Control, Business Week, March 18, 1961, pp. 1-16, 2 copies
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Business Forecasting, Business Week, September 25, 1955, pp. 2-10, 2 copies
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Does Economics Ignore You? Saturday Review, undated pp. 1-30, 2 copies
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The Evolution of Capitalism, New Arno Press Reprint Collection of 35 Books, 1972. 4 copies
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Foreign Report, The Economist Newspaper Limited, October 15, 1975. pp. 1-8
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General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, Geneva GATT, 1970
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How and Why Industry Modernizes, Business Week, September 27, 1958, pp. 2-25, 2 copies
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More Tax Cuts Coming, Nations Business, May 1964
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The New World of Research, Business Week, May 28, 1955, pp. 3-12
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Planners for the Pentagon, Business Week, July 13, 1963, pp. 2-14, 2 copies
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The Showdown on the Guaranteed Annual Wage--What it means to Business, Business Week, April 9, 1955, pp. 2-15, 3 copies
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Special Report, Eastern Europe Breaks Out of Its Bonds, Business Week, November 20, 1965
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Special Report, The Economic Battle of Britain, Business Week, November 19, 1966
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The 25 Year that Remade America, Business Week, September 4, 1954, pp. 3-23
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Trezise, P. H., Leonard Silk's Contemporary Economics, Chapters 2 and 6, The Williams Commission Report
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Korea, New Community Movement - Better Tomorrow Through Cooperative Efforts, Policy Series, No. 4, June 1972
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Malmgren, H. B. Trade for Development, Overseas Development Council Monograph Number Four, Washington, D.C. 1971
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Waterloo Economic Series No. 35, Weintraub, S. and H. Habibagahi, Money Supplies a Price, Neutral and Output, Sasual, March 1971
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Waterloo Economic Series No. 37, Wallich, H. and S. Weintraub, A Tax Based Incomes Policy, April 1971
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West Virginia University, Kanawha Valley Graduate Center series. Silk, Leonard, The Economics of the Johnson Administration, Professional Development Lectures, Vol 1, No. 1, August 1968
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Aaron, H., Inventory of Existing Tax Incentives, Federal Tax Institute of America Symposium, November 21-21, 1969, 18 pages
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Abel, I. W., Chairman AFL-CIO Economics Policy Committee and President of the United Steelworkers of America, Statement to the Joint Economic Committee of the Congress on the Mid-Year Economic Review, August 14, 1974, 12 pages mimeograph
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Ackley, G., Statement Before the Committee on the Budget, United States Senate, August 14, 1974. 15 pages mimeograph
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Statement on Behalf of the American Retail Federation Before the Committee on Ways and Means, U.S. house of Representatives.. May 18, 1970. pp. 1-15
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Adams, A. V., Toward Fair Employment and the EEOC. King Edward Hotel, Toronto, Canada, December 12, 1972, 20 pages mimeo
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Adelman, M. A., Coping with Oil Cartel. Address to National Press Club, Washing, D.C., May 9. 8 pages xerox
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AFL-CIO Executive Council, Statement on the National Economy, Washington, D.C., May 12, 1970, 4 pages mimeo
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Agnelli, G., The Changing World Scene and the International Automotive Industry. Society of Automotive Engineers, Annual Dinner Banquet, January 12, 1972. 14 pages
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Anderson, E. E. Corporation Organization with its Social, Political and Economic Implications, Address given October 19, 1961, New York. Printed
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Altman, E. I., Railroad Bankruptcy Propensity, American Finance Association Meeting, Detroit, Michigan, December 28, 1970, 29 pages mimeo
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Bell, E. V. A Change of Eras, Presented Before the Copper and Brass Research Association, Virginia, May 17, 1960
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The Economic Outlook on the New Frontier, Presented before the Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America, Inc., Hawaii, April 19, 1961, printed
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Bergsten, F. C., Future Directions for U.S. Trade, Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Canada, December 29, 1972, 20 pages mimeo
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Statement to Subcommittee on International Finance of the House Banking and Currency Committee, March 7, 1973. 11 pages photocopy, annotated
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Bergsten, F. C., The U.S. Position in the World Economy of the 1970s. Statement before the Subcommittee on International Finance of the Committee on the Banking and Currency, December 6, 1973. 13 pages xerox
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Billings, B. Internal and External Effects of United States Commercial Policy, Toronto, Canada, December 27, 1972, 25 pages xerox
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Boyd, H., Statement before the Senate Commerce Committee, Seattle, Washington, April 19, 1971, Proposed Legislation to Preserve the El Paso-Pacific Northwest merger. 26 page, in grey folder
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Speeches
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Brimmer, A. F., The Black Banks - An Assessment of Performance and Prospects, Before a Joint Session of the 1970 Annual Meeting of the American Finance Association and The American Economic Association, Detroit, Michigan, December 28, 1970, 50 pages xerox
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Education, Income, and Wealth Accumulation in the Negro Community. Commencement Address, Birmingham, Alabama, May 28, 1970. 12 pages
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Import Controls and Domestic Inflation. University of Maryland, November 11, 1970, 16 pages mimeo
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Multinational Banks and the Management of Monetary Policy, December 28-30, 1972. Toronto, Canada, Royal York Hotel, 71 pages xerox
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Burns, A. F., Statement before the Committee on ways and Means, House of Representatives, January 30, 1975. 9 pages mimeo
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Busschau, W.J., The Case Against Demonetization of Gold, International Monetary Symposium, Carlton Hotel, October 2, 1973, 10 pages mimeo, annotated
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Chandler, A. D., Jr., The Role of Business in the United States - An Historical Survey, Boston, MA, March 28-29, 1968. 34 pages mimeo
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Clague, C. Legal Strategies for Dealing with Heroin Addiction, Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Canada, December 29, 1972, 20 pages mimeo
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Connally, J. B. Remarks at the 59th Annual Convention, Investment Bankers Association of America, Florida, December 2, 1970, 17 pages photocopy
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Conrad, A. H. Unemployment in a Growing Economy: The U.S. Case. A program for Balanced Regional Growth. University of Edinburgh, April 19, 1962. 18 pages
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Cook, G. B. The Central Market System: Putting the markets to Work for the Investor, March 15, 1973, Americana Hotel, New York, 20 pages mimeo
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Cooper, R. N. The Future of the Dollar, January 306, 1973. Conference on the International Monetary Problem Ditchley Park, 24 pages, incomplete, mimeo
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D'Estaing, C. G. The New World Economic Order, 2 copies, October 28, 1975. 15 pages
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French Foreign Policy and Defense, November 12, 1975, 10 pages
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Economic Summit Meeting at Rambouillet. November 12, 1975, 5 pages
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De Seynes, P., The United National and the Changing World Economy. March 8, 1973, Chicago, 11 pages mimeo
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Dinner Discussion, Various Speakers, undated, 25 pages xerox
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Dolde, W., and J. Tobin, Wealth, Liquidity and Consumption, June 20-22, 1971 xerox copy
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Eckstein, O. The Economic Outlook: A Trip Through The Chamber of Horrors. Before the International Purchasing Conference of the National Association of Purchasing Management, May 20, 1970. Boston, 10 pages printed
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A Plethora of Lessons from the Recent Expansion. Paper prepared for the Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association, 8 pages, mimeo, annotated
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The U.S. Economy in 1973-1974 and Some Contingencies. Paper to be presented to the American Finance Association, Toronto, Canad, December 29, 1972. 10 pages mimeo
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Enders, T. O., Statement before the Joint Economic Committee, November 29, 1974. 17 pages mimeo
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Englert, J. Carlino, International Financial Aspects of the Energy Crisis, February 1974, Working Paper No. 17 to be presented to the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce. Printed
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Excerpts for the Presentation of Alan Greenspan, President of Townsend-Greenspan and Co., Economic and Financial Outlook, American Finance Association, New Orleans, December 28, 1971, 2 pages xerox
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Excerpts from the President's Speech on Economy, June 17, 1970. 9 pages mimeo
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Fand, David I. Some Observations on Current Stabilization Policy, lecture presented at Western Michigan University, January 20, 1971. 21 pages mimeo
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Farrar, D., hearing Conducted by Subcommittee on Securities Committee on Banking, April 21, 1972. 18 pages typed
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Fellner, W., Trends in the Activities Generating Technological Progress. To be presented on December 29, American Economic Association. 4 pages
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Fowler, H. H. Partner, Cleveland, Ohio, January 25, 1972. 17 pages
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Remarks before the Sixth International Financial Business Outlook Conference, Frankfurt, Germany, October 28, 1975, 21 pages mimeo
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Freeman, R. B., Decline of Labor Market Discrimination and Economic Analysis. Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Canada, December 28, 1972. 16 pages mimeo
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Galbraith, J. K. Power and the Useful Economists, December 30, 1972. Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Canada. 20 pafes xerox
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Galledo, E. B., Fiscal and Monetary Policies to Stabilize Total Demand. February 17, 1972, 4 pages
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Gardener, R. N., The New U.S. Trade Bill and the Prospects for European-American Economic Relations, July 10, 1972. 12 pages mimeo
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Testimony to the Subcommittee on International Economics of the Joint Economic Committee of the United States Congress, December 13, 1973. 11 pages mimeo
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Gardner, R. N., The Trade Reform Bill as an Instrument of Foreign Economic Policy. New York, November 14, 1973, 13 pages mimeo
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Gellman, A. J., Economic Regulation and Innovative Performance in Surface Transportation. Prepared for the Conference on Technological Change in the Regulated Industries, Washington, D.C. February 6-7, 1969. 65 pages mimeo. 2 copies
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Gideonse, H. D., The Economic Foreign Policy of the United States, Fiftieth Anniversary Commemoration Lectures, Cairo 1953. printed
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Gordon, S., Today's Apocalypses and Yesterday's, December 28-30, 1972. Four Seasons Hotel, Toronto, Canada, 9 pages xerox
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Green, E. W., Inflation: Why and What Next? Presented at FSUC Conference on Inflation, October 10, 1973. 7 pages xerox
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Green, G. D., The Economic Impact of the Stock Market Boom and Crash of 1929, June 22, 1971. 47 pages xerox
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Greenhouse, S. M. Gaps in Government Economic Approaches: Future Requirements, December 28-30, 1972. Royal Oak Hotel, Toronto, Canada, 7 pages xerox
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Haberler, G. The Future of the International Monetary System and the Convertibility of the Dollar. January 6, 1973. Universite du Quebec, Montreal, 22 pages, mimeograph
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Haughton, D. J., Chairman of the Board, National Press Club, Washington, D.C. June 28, 1971. 5 pages mimeograph
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H. E. Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the the State of Kuwait... New York, April 16, 1974. 22 pages mimeo
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Heller, W. W., The Battle Against U.S. Inflation, Remarks before the International Monetary Conference of the American Bankers Association, Hot Springs, Virginia, May 19, 1970. 9 pages
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Corrected transcript of Remarks on President Nixon's New Economic Policy, Before the Joint Economic Committee, August 19, 1971. 16 pages mimeo
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Economic Growth and the Quality and Equality of Life. Franklin Lecture, Auburn University, Revised, September 1, 1972, 18 pages
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Statement before the Joint Economic Committee, August 1, 1974. 12 pages mimeo
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Speeches
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Hirschleifer, J., Where are we in the Theory of Information? December 28-20, 1972. Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Canada. 20 pages xerox
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Holton, R. H., Business and Government, March 28-29, 1968. Boston, Mass, 18 pages mimeo
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Homer, S., Structural Changes in the American Bond Market. London, June 3, 1970. 19 pages mimeo
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Jackson, H. M., Our National Priority: Jobs, Address to the Economic club of New York, May 4, 1971. 12 pages mimeo
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Javits, J. K., The Need for Economic Planning, Rosslyn, Va. November 13, 1975. 1 page
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Johnson, D. G., The Impact of Free Trade on North American Agriculture. Paper prepared for joint session of the American Economic Association and the American Agricultural Economic Association, Toronto, December 29, 1972
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Johnson, H. G., The Keynesian Revolution and the Monetarist Counter Revolution. 83rd Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association, Detroit, December 28, 1970. 17 pages mimeo. 2 copies
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Jones, R. H., Capital Requirements of Business, 1974-1975. Testimony to Subcommittee on Economic Growth, May 8, 1974. Printed
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Kagan, S., The Current Economic Situation. Address given before IBM Executives in New Selhi, February 26, 1975. 13 pages
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Kahn, R., The International Monetary System, December 28-30, 1972. Four Season Hotel, Toronto, 18 pages xerox
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Kaufman, H., The Cyclical and Secular Trends of Interest Rates. Waldorf-Astoria, New York, November 21, 1975. 29 pages multilith
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The Prospects for Interest Rates and Liquidity. Address before the Investment and Property Studies Conference, London, October 28, 1970. 15 pages multilith
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Kendall, D. M., Statement of behalf of the Emergency Committee for American Trade before the Committee on Ways and Means. May 18, 1970. 23 pages
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Kissinger, H. A., Transcript of a news conference given by Dr. Kissinger on June 12, 1972 in Tokyo. 6 pages ditto
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Klaman, S. B., The 1970 Outlook for Housing and Mortgage Finance. New York, December 29, 1969. 5 pages mimeo
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Kleinman, D. T., A Plan to Utilize the Excess Capital Reserves of the Oil Producing Countries to Assist the Economic Development of the Third World. Paris, May 8, 1974. 16 pages
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Krause, W., UNCTAD III: Implications for Multinational Enterprise. Toronto, December 29, 1972. 19 pages xerox
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Krueger, R. B., Statement to the Ad Hoc Select Committee on Outer Continental Shelf ... November 14, 1975. 20 pages mimeo
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Kuh, E., Econometric Models -- Is a New Age Dawning? For Presentation to American Economics Association, December 30, 1964. 14 pages typescript
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Leontief, W., Statement before the Joint Economic Committee 22 page, mimeograph
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Structure of the World Economy - Outline of a Simple Input-Output Formulation. Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1973, 29 pages mimeograph
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Levine, I. M., A Strategy for White Ethnic America. Philadelphia June 1968, 14 pages ditto
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Levy, Walter J. An Action Program for U.S. Energy Policy During the Seventies. Address for Presentation at a General Session American Petroleum Institute, Chicago, November 13-14, 1972. 15 pages xerox
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Lewis, R. G., Expanding Concessional Sales of U.S. Farm Commodities, Before 15th Annual Grain Marketing Seminar, August 6 and 7, 1969. 11 pages mimeograph
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Longman, K. A., Advertising and Attitude Research: Unfair to Consumers? Delivered to the Second Annual Symposium, University of Rhode Island, April 1968, 13 pages
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How to Spot and Use a Psychographic. Delivered to the American Marketing Association, Atlanta, Georgia, June 17, 1969, 12 pages
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What do you Mean - Product Design? Presented to the 31st National Meeting, Operations Research Society, New York, June 2, 1967. 16 pages
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McCracken, P. W., Statement before the Joint Economic Committee, July 20, 1970. 35 pages mimeo
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Maier, Cornell C., Regarding Development in Jamaica. Statement, Oakland, California. June 17, 1974. 6 pages
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Malott, R. H., Testimony of FMC Corporation, July 23, 1975. 13 pages
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Mansfield, M., Statement A Proposal for a New Approach on Economic Foresight, April 11, 1974
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Marris, S., The Burgenstock Communique: A Critical Examination of the Case for Limited Exchange Rate Flexibility. September 18, 1969, 55 pages
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Matter, A., A European View of the Future of Gold. undated n.p., 26 pages xerox
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Meiselman, D., Monetary Policy and Consumer Expenditures: The Historical Evidence. June 20-22, 1971. Preliminary copy, 53 pages. Final copy, 33 pages, mimeo
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Statement to Joint Hearings...Policy of the House Banking and Currency Committee. July 17, 1975. 12 pages photocopy
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Worldwide Inflation: A Monetarist View. Washington, D.C. May 6, 1974. 40 pages, mimeo
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Mena, A. O. Inaugural Address, Buenos Aires, March 1, 1971. 11 pages photocopy
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Meyer, J., Draft, Introductory Remarks for AEA December Meeting, undated 5 pages xerox
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Mitchell, G. W., Statement before the Committee on Banking ... October 3, 1973. 15 pages photocopy
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Moran, W. T., Parameters of Profitability. September 15, 1972. 16 pages photocopy
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Ten Score Years or Three Lifetimes Later - Consumer Non-Durables, What is Happening? Waldorf-Astoria, New York, September 16, 1975. 37 pages mimeograph
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Monsen, R. J., Is the Business Image Changing? March 28-29, 1968, Boston, Mass 26 pages mimeo
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Morgens, H., Government and Private Enterprise, A Search for Balance. New York, November 7, 1975. 9 pages multilith
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Muller-Thym, B. J., The Taxonomy of Business, March 28-29, 1968, Brookline, MA. 56 pages mimeo
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Nathan, R. R., Testimony on Petroleum Pricing ... July 10, 1975. 14 pages
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Needham, J. J., The Cost of Economic Growth, September 9, 1974. 18 pages mimeograph, 3 copies
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Noll, R. G., Broadcast Content and Government Policy. April 27, 1970. 24 pages
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Okun, A. M. Comments on General Economic Conditions and National Elections, Royal York Hotel, Toronto, December 28, 1972. 13 pages, mimeograph, 2 copies
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Inflation: The Problems and Prospects Before US. New York, November 10, 1969. 32 pages mimeo
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O'Leary, J. J., The Outlook for General Business Activity and the Money and Capital Markets, July 23, 1970. Houston, 31 pages, mimeo
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Oweiss, I., Petro Money and the International Monetary System. Malibu, CA, May 1974. 11 pages
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Petro Money: Problems and Prospects. New York, March 1974, 12 pages, mimeo, annotated
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Speeches
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Pechman, J. A., International Trends in the Distribution of Tax Burdens: Implications for Tax Policy. England, October 30, 1973. 19 pages mimeo
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Taxation, Investment and Growth. June 25, 1975. 12 pages xerox
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Perkins, D. H., Plans and Their Implementation in the People's Republic of China. December 28-30, 1972. Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Canada, 19 pages, xerox
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Perry, G. L., Statement before the Congress... July 24, 1975. 5 pages, xerox
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Raffety, J., An Analysis of the Effects of Medicare on Discretionary Hospital Use. December 28-30, 1972. Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Canada, 20 pages, xerox
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Revelle, R., Society and Technology in the Present and Future World, Expanded Summary of Fourth Lecture, 5 pages
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Rosow, J. M., The Work Ethic and Welfare Reform, December 28-30, 1972. King Edward Hotel, Toronto, Canada, 14 pages, xerox
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Ruml, B., National Fiscal Policy, Princeton University, May 2, 1950, 13 pages xerox
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Salmond, F., Address to the Students of the Julliard School of Music at Convocation, September 17, 1948. Printed, autographed by author
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Schell, O. H., New York State Moreland Act Commission on the Urban Development Corporation and Other State Financing Agencies. October 14, 1975, 9 pages xerox. Added to Above, opening statements, 21 pages, xerox
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Schnittker, J. A., Prospects for Freer Economic Trade. Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Canada, December 29, 1972. 14 pages mimeo
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Schott, F. H., Persistent Inflation and the Path of Its Potential Progression. The Ticket Club, Toronto, Canada, March 15, 1974. 12 pages, annotated
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Schultze, C. L., Governmental and Public Data Needs, undated AEA Meeting, 18 pages mimeo
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Selucky, R., Marxism and Self Management. Cornell University, 1973, 22 pages mimeo
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Silk, Leonard S.
Business Forecasting: Is It Really Getting Any Better? Addressed before the Sixth Annual Midwest Conference of the American Statistical Association and the Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry, March 26, 1959, 11 pages photocopy
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Data Needs of Private Enterprises. Paper to be presented before the 82nd Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association, New York, December 29, 1969. Two Copies. One 15 pages, mimeo, annotated, and another 3 pages typescript
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The Goals of Business Education. Address to the Council for Professional Education for Business, MA, December 27, 1963. 15 pages mimeo
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Good Sense and Bad Data, Address to the Market Research Council, New York, December 15, 1972. 12 pages mimeo
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The Research Revolution and Public Policy. American Association for the Advancement of Science,127th Meeting, December 29, 1960. 18 pages mimeo
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The Social Impact of Economic Change in the 1970s. Annual Meeting of the Paperboard Packing Council, Drake Hotel, Chicago, March 25, 1970. 12 pages
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What do we Mean by Commitment? Commencement address, Southeastern Massachusetts Technological Institute, June 21, 1967. 11 pages xerox
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Simon, W.E., Statement before the Joint Economic Committee, November 7, 1975
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Singer, E. M., Industrial Organization: Price Models and the Public Policy, December 28, 1969. 31 pages multilith
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Solomon, R., The Oil Price Impact on the International Monetary System. Address before the 1974 International Accounting Conference, New York, May 13, 1974. 15 pages
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Sommers, A. T., Capital Needs and Policy Options. National Conference on Capital Investment and Employment, New York Hilton, May 19-20, 1975
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Staats, E.B., Statement before the Committee on Banking and Currency ... October 2, 1973. 12 pages photocopy
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Stigler, G. J., General Economic Conditions and National Elections. December 28-30, 1972. Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Canada, 20 pages xerox
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Strauss, S. D., Future Tendencies in Price, Consumption, and Demand for Silver, Lead, Zinc and Copper. Acapulco, Mexico. October 15, 1975. 23 pages
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Ta, Ghung Liu, Chinese and Other Asian Economics: A Quantative Evaluation. Royal York Hotel, Toronro, Canada, December 28-30, 1972. 15 pages xerox
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Tobin, J. Crowing Out 1929 and 1975. Econometric Society World Congress, August 1975. 10 pages mimeo
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Triffin, R., Concluding Remarks at "Bellajio" Meeting, undated 3 pages typescript, annotated
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Ushiba, H. and E. Nobuhiko. Address before the American Management Association, New York, February 3, 1972. 14 pages mimeo
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Van Lennep, E., Speech to the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe, January 23, 1974
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Volker, P. A., The Dilemmas of Monetary Policy, Economic Club of New York, November 12, 1975. 22 pages mimeo
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Wald, H. P., Observations of the Future of the Energy Market in the United States. New York, November 12, 1971. 10 pages multilith
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Wallich, H. C., Is there a Capital Shortage? Amsterdam, June 11, 1975. 11 pages mimeo
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Wallich, H. C., The Shrinking Economic Base of U.S. Leadership. Airlie Meeting of the Stanford Research Institute, February 18, 1972. 21 pages
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Wallich, H. C., and W. J. Dodson, Economic Models and Black Economic Development. American Economic Association Meeting, December 29, 1969. 25 pages mimeo
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Weaver, J. H., The Results of the Pursuit of Economic Growth, Royal Australian Institute of Architects, May 22-28, 1971, 19 pages mimeo
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Weeden, D. E., Remarks before the Houston Society of Financial Analysts, Houston Club, December 1, 1971
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Weidenbaum, M. L. Arms and the American Economy: A Domestic Convergence Hypothesis. Working paper 6717, to be presented at the 18th Annual Meeting of the American Economic Assn. Washington, D.C. December 28, 1967. 13 pages, in blue folder
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Weidenbaum, M. L. The Policies and Programs of the Presidential Candidates, October 6, 1972, St. Louis, 7 pages mimeo
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Weidenbaum, M. L. Remarks before the National Planning Association, Washington, D.C., March 13, 1970. 12 pages
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Wood, R. J., The Widening Gaps: Are There Tolerance Levels, December 28-30, 1972, Toronto, Canada, 27 pages xerox
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Zagoria, S., The U.S. Cities Tackle Impasses, December 28-30, 1972, King Edward Hotel, Toronto, Canada, 11 pages xerox
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Elsen, S.H., Opening statement to the Moreland Act Commission on the Urban Development Corporation and other State Financing Agencies, Oct. 14, 1975, 18 pages mimeograph
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Heimann, J.G., Statement to the Moreland Act Commission on the Urban Development Corporation and other State Financing Agencies, Oct. 14, 1975, 11 pages mimeograph
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Pechman, J.A., Interpretation of Herbert Stien's speech, Tax and Welfare Reform, 7 pages mimeograph and cover letter, June 23, 1972
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Schultz, G.P., Proposals for Tax Change, Testimony and all related data, written and oral, Department of the Treasury, April 30, 1973
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Speeches, no author
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Speeches delivered at the Symposium "The Economy in Crisis - Analysis and Forecast" June 15-18, 1975. in notebook
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Statement on the Economy and Policy. Statement prepared at the request of Speaker Carl Albert, Chairman of the Democratic Steering and Policy Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives, 7 pages xerox
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8 pages untitled, undated
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Studies
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Budget and The Economy in Fiscal Year 1970, September 2, 1969. 8 pages
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N.A.S.A. 1962, Fiscal Estimates for 1962, Appropriation Summary, January 14, 1961. 4 pages
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Selected Study Materials for Economics and the Consumer, 34 pages
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Statistics on Textile Production and Imports, 1969, 5 pages
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Study of DOD Accrued Expenditure Accounting for Contractor Performance. Results of study, 10 pages
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U.S. - Japan, Bilateral Trade, 6 pages
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Theses
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Lane, M. N., Goal Programming and Satisficing Models in Economic Analysis, The University of Texas at Austin, 1970
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Silk, Leonard, Social Housing Policy in Sweden, Duke University, 1947
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Nelson, S.R., An Economic Analysis of Industry Practices and Anti-Trust Policy in the Automotive Parts Industry. Motor and Equipment Manufacturers Association, University of Wisconsin, 1970
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Trial Briefs
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Before the Securities and Exchange Commission, Washington, D.C., In the Matter of Commission Rate Structure of Registered National Securities Echanges, File no. 4-144, March 20, 1970
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Before the United States Civil Aeronautics Board, Washington, D.C., Complaint of Air Freight Forwardness Represented by the Air Freight Forwarders Association Against, and Request for Suspension and Investigation of, Air Express Tariff and Memorandum in Opposition to Amended Air Express Agreement, September 8, 1970
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United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit, The Telex Corporation, and Telex Computer Products, Inc., vs International Business Machines Corporation, undated
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University Economics Courses
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Papers and notes concerning economics courses taught at various universities, 9 pieces
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Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, Business 295, Autumn 1969, 11 pages photocopy
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Working notes
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Miscellaneous
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Exploratory Study of the Impacts of the Information Process on Policy Making Centers and Systems Through 1985, 4 pages
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Project Proposal, Economic Studies Program, December 1969, 4 pages xerox
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Final Calendar, National Industrial Conference Boards, 4 pages, xerox
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Task One, Questionnaire #1. 2 pages xerox
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Resume, Bernice Scher, carbon copy, 1 pages (and birth certificate, and review)
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Dinner and Tribute to Catherine Bauer Wurster... 19 pages, mimeo
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Tax Incentives for Exports, 8 pages xerox
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France's Policy on Energy and Raw Materials, packet
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M.I.T. Alumni Center of New York, packet
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Securities Exchange Commission, Release no. 8791
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American Stock Exchange, 50th year anniversary pamphlet
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Important International Issues, position paper, packet
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Reproduction Rembrandt, Self Portrait
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Amerikafilmen, carbon copy 20 pages carbon
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Tourist Guide Map of Jerusalem
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Hand sketch of castles
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Invitation... Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Ackley...
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Group Insurance Certificate packet, John Hancock Insurance Company
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Boycott Japan folder
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Telegrams: 18 January 1946; 19 August 1943; 16 November 1950
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Cosmos Club member announcement, March 12, 1968
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Reading in Contemporary Economics, Manuscript, edited by Leonard Silk, to accompany Contemporary Economics: Principles and Issues, by Leonard Silk
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10 rolls of film: American Capitalism; Controlling the Business Cycle; GNP; Index Numbers; Inflation; International Trade; Market in Free Economy; Money and Banking, Wages and Hours, Unmarked
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Advertisements
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Announcements
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Announcement of the AFL-CIO Community Services Committee Dinner for the presentation of the Philip Murray - William Green Award to the Honorable John W. Gardner, The Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C., May 14, 1970
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Announcement of the Program of The National Academy of Economic and Political Science and The National Social Science Honor Society Pi Gamma Mu, New York, Dec. 29, 1960
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Cards

Postcards, greeting card, invitation, calling cards.

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Correspondence, 16 November, 1957 - 18 June 1973, and undated

Correspondence between Leonard S. Silk and various academics, politicians, and economists such as S.J. Kline, George Romney, Earl J. Hamilton, Arthur Ross, Dexter M. Keezer, S. Jay Levy, John Diebold, Elmer B. Staats, William H Silk, Stanley Weithorn, Samuel Leve, Theodore Boyden, Henry Ford II, Eveline Burns, D.J. Haughton, Lynn Turgeon, Kerryn King, and Scott F. Runkle.

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91st Congress, 2nd Session, Economic Indicators, Prepared for the Joint Economic Committee by the Council of Economic Advisors, GPO, Washington, D.C., 1970
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91st Congress, 2nd Session, U.S. House of Representatives, Panel on Science and Technology, Eleventh Meeting, The following were presented to the Committee on Science and Astronautics, Jan. 27-29, 1970, Rayburn House Office Building, GPO, Washington, 1970:
Armer, P., The Individual: His Privacy, Self-Image and Obsolence, Jan. 28, 1970, 2 copies - program
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Boorstin, D. J., Self-Liquidation Ideals, Jan. 28, 1970, 2 copies
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Kozmetsky, G., Education as an Information System, Jan 28, 1970, 3 copies
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Wiio, Osmo A., Technology, Mass Communication and Values, Jan. 28, 1970, 2 copies
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92nd Congress, 1st session, U.S. Senate, Trade Policies in the 1970s, Report by Senator Abraham Ribicoff to the Committee on Finance, Russel B. Long, Chairman, GPO, Washington, 1971
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93rd Congress, 1st Session, U.S. Senate, Hearing Before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations, Part 1, GPO, Washington, 1973
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United States Department of Commerce, Commerce Today, Vol. I, No. 19, GPO, Washington, June 28, 1971
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United States Department of Commerce, Social and Economic Statistics Administration, Bureau of the Census, We the American Women, No. 4 in a series of reports from the 1970 census, GPO, Washington, March 1973
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Draft Editorials
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Economic Forecasts
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Ashley, E. E. III, and Silk, Leonard S., Projections of the Council of Economic Advisers of the Gross National Product for 1951-52, April 2, 1951, carbon copy
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Bankers Monthly by Albert Cox, Lionel D. Edie and Company, Inc., and Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner, and Smith, Inc, Interest Rates and the Business Recovery, March 5, 1971
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The Chappaqual Speculator, S. J. Levy, Vol. 12, No. 1 and 4, Jan. and April 1971
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The Chase Manhattan Bank, N. A., Business in Brief, No. 96, Feb 1971
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The Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A., International Finance, Jan. 18, April 12 and May 10, 1971
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Eckstein, O., The Near Term Economic and Financial Outlook, Presented to the American Statistical Association Forecasting Conference, April 22, 1971, mimeograph
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Lionel D. Edie and Company, Inc., July 10, 1970, Jan. 7 and April 30, 1971
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Ernst Associates, Inc., The Economic and Financial Outlook for 1973 - and 1974 Plus an Investment Strategy for 1973 "Stock Market Crash and 1974 Recession Best Fit Long Range Plan," Feb. 8, 1973. Also, The Great Gamble Lost or How the Stick Market has Predicted Its Own Decline to Below 800 and a Classical 1974 Recession, April 27, 1973
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Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Monthly Review, Jan. 1971
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Federal Reserve Bank St. Louis: Federal Budget Trends, May 5, 1971; National Economic Trends, June 19, 1970; U.S. Balance of Payments Trends, July 10, 1970; U.S. Financial Data, March 5, 1971
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Heller, W. W., The U.S. Economic Outlook for 1971, National City Bank of Minneapolis, Jan. 7, 1971
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Noll R., The Current Economic Outlook, Nov. 4, 1970, mimeograph
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Manufacturers Hanover Trust, Economics Dept., Economic Forecast for 1971, undated
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Mellon National Bank and Trust Company, Monetary Indicators, March and April 16, 1971
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Perry, G. L., The Economic Outlook for 1970, March 1970, photocopy, 1 page table
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RCA Economic and Marketing Research, A Robust 1973, Dec. 1972
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Schroder Neass and Thomas, Monthly Policy Statement - Outlook, The Liquidity Problem and Investment Policy, May 27, 1970
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O'Leary, J. J., United States Trust Company of New York, The Outlook for General Business Activity and the Money and Capital Markets, April 26, 1971
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Dean Witter and Company, Inc., Dean Witter, Economic Opinion, Feb. 4, 1971, and Positive Investment Policy - Summer Market Outlook - 1971, May 13, 1971
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Galley Proofs
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Burnett, 11-Editorial, Tweed Courthouse, April 29, 1974
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Silk, 374-Editorial, The Corporate State, undated
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Six items unidentified
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Itineraries
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For Leonard S. Silk
(7 items)
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Other
(2 items)
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Loose Papers
(17 items)
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Magazines
(56 items)
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Memoranda, 14 June, 1954 - June 1973, and undated

Memoranda between Leonard S. Silk and others and important academics, politicians, and economists such as Richard W. Smith, Martin Shubik, John W. Gardner, F. Peter Libassi, and Seymour Topping.

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Minutes of Meetings
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Minutes of The Advisory Council Meeting - Institute of Professional Accounting, May 25, 1970, carbon copy
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Minutes of Business Week's Board of Editors, April 20, 1967, mimeograph
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News Summary
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Foreign Desk News Summary, Oct. 13, 1970, ditto
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National News Summary, Oct. 13, 1970, ditto
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Newsletters
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Bernstien-Macaulay, Inc., A Long Look at the Negatives, May 1, 1971
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British Information Services, May 11 and May 18, 1971
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British Record, No. 12, Nov. 6, 1970, and Special Report British Record, No. 12, Nov. 6, 1970
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First National City Bank, December 1970, Monthly Economic Letter, 1970
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Kiplinger Book Club, The Kiplinger Book Letter, Jan. 1961
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McGraw-Hill, News, Vol. 9, No. 42, Oct. 17, 1968
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Taxation with Representation, A Public Interest Tax Lobby, four issues, undated
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Telescope, The Middle East and U.S. Investments, undated
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Today's British Papers, March 5, May 6, 8, and 18, 1971
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United States-Japan Trade Council, News, undated
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Newspaper Clippings
(181 items)
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Pamphlets
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Air Transport Association of America, 1970 Air Transport Facts and Figures.
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British-North American Committee, Purposes and Projects - A Policy Statement by the British - North American Committee, April 1971
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Brookings Institution, Brookings Program 1973
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Cohen, S. D., Successes and Strains in U.S. - Japan Trade Relations, United States - Japan Trade Council, Washington, D.C., Sept. 1972
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Leontief, W., The New Outlook in Economics, Sir Ellis Hunter Memorial Lectures, University of York, 1967
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Manufacturers Hanover Trust, Manufacturers Hanover Limited, undated
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National Assembly for Social Policy and Development, Inc., The National Assembly - Initial Corporate membership, 1968, and Policy Statement on Employment, 1969
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National Association of Business Economists, NABE - Objectives, Background, Organization, Activities, Membership, undated
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Papers
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Bell, D., Commission on the Year 2000 - Structural Changes in the United States - Baselines for the Year 2000, mimeograph, 12 pages, undated
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Brandenburg, R.G., and Silk, L., A Proposal for a Seminar on Science, Technology and Public Policy, mimeograph, 2 copies, 7 pages, Dec. 1965
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Heller, W. W., President-elect, To the Organizers of Sessions for the AEA Program in New York, December 1973, mimeograph, 2 pages, March 15, 1973
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Boulding, K.E., Review of Alfred Kuhn's The Study of Society: A Unified Approach, Homewood, Illinois, Richard D. Irwin, Inc., and the Dorsey Press, Inc., 1963, ditto, 6 pages, undated
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Douglas, G., A Study of Domestic Airline Efficience, Draft, Photocopy, 6 pages, undated
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Eads, G., Competition in the Domestic Trunk Airline Industry: Excessive or Insufficient?, mimeograph, 89 pages, undated
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Eisner, R., The Future for Capital Goods Expenditures, mimeograph, 10 pages, June 12, 1970
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The War and The Economy, mimeograph, 18 pages, June 22, 1970
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EMB (Ltd.), Credit Policy in a Period of Inflations, types, 13 pages, March 21, 1969
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The Foreign Exchange Crisis in Europe, typed, 14 pages, Nov. 27, 1968
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Fand, D. I., Consumer Credit, photocopy, 26 pages, April 2, 1971
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