Inventory of the Firing Line (Television Program) Broadcast Records

Finding aid prepared by Finding aid prepared by Natasha Porfirenko, revised by Hoover Institution Archives Staff, Max Siekierski and Alexandria Mullings
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Title: Firing Line (Television Program) Broadcast Records,
Date (inclusive): 1966-1999
Collection Number: 80040
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 189 manuscript boxes, 218 oversize boxes, 3 card file boxes, 1 motion picture film, 352 linear feet of video tapes (948 linear feet)
Abstract: Videotape film and transcripts of television series hosted by William F. Buckley and produced by the Southern Educational Communications Association, relating to conservative thought, especially in the United States, and to American foreign and domestic policy. Also includes background research files, administrative files, transcripts, sound recordings, photographs and motion picture film. A searchable database describing all Firing Line programs is available at http://hoohila.stanford.edu/firingline/ .
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives

Access

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Publication Rights

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Firing Line (Television Program) Broadcast Records, [Box number], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 2002.

Accruals

Materials may have been added to the collection since this finding aid was prepared. To determine if this has occurred, find the collection in Stanford University's online catalog at http://searchworks.stanford.edu/ . Materials have been added to the collection if the number of boxes listed in the online catalog is larger than the number of boxes listed in this finding aid.

Alternative Forms of Material Available

Firing Line transcripts are available for immediate download on the Hoover Institution website at http://hoohila.stanford.edu/firingline/ .

Historical Note

With 1,505 installments over 33 years, Firing Line is the longest-running public-affairs show with a single host, William F. Buckley Jr., in television history.
Firing Line kept substantially the same basic format throughout its run, but with certain variations.
(1) It began as an hour-long show for commercial television (i.e., with time subtracted for commercial breaks), syndicated by WOR in New York City.
In 1971, under the auspices of the Southern Educational Communications Association (SECA), it moved to public television and became a full hour. This move is reflected in a numbering change in the programs: shows numbered 1 through 240 were on commercial television; the SECA series then begins with S1, taped on May 26, 1971. The WOR shows were numbered according to the order in which they were taped; the SECA shows were numbered according to the order in which they were first broadcast.
In 1988 the length of the regular shows was changed to a half-hour.
(2) Starting in 1978, interspersed among the regular shows are occasional specials and two-hour debates--formal debates, with opening statements, cross-examination, and closing statements. The debates were initially numbered as regular shows (the first Firing Line Debate was S306, although a debate sponsored by Columbia College's Debate Council was filmed as shows S296 and S297 a few weeks earlier). Beginning in 1986, a separate numbering system was instituted for Firing Line Specials (with the number prefaced by the letters FLS). (Note: Debates listed as "Part I" and "Part II" were shown on consecutive weeks in the regular time slot rather than being shown all at once in a special two-hour time slot.)
Starting with S961, in March of 1993, the formal debate would often be followed by two or more shows in which roughly the same participants were released from the debate format for informal discussion.
(3) Over the years Buckley and his producer, Warren Steibel, used various methods of bringing an extra perspective to the discussion. In the early years there would often be a panel of three questioners--sometimes students, sometimes adults.
Starting in 1977 there would often be a single "examiner," who would play a larger part in the proceedings than the panel of questioners had typically done. The examiners who appeared most frequently were Jeff Greenfield, Michael Kinsley, Harriet Pilpel, and Mark Green.
In 1988, when the show went to half an hour, the examiner was eliminated, but there was often a "moderator," whose role was similar to that of the moderator in a formal debate. The moderator would introduce both host and guest, and then ask the opening question. The moderator appearing most frequently was Michael Kinsley.
Some early programs included a person called a "chairman," who functioned like a moderator. For programs discovered to have a chairman, he or she has been designated in the Hoover Institution Archive's online database of Firing Line programs by including the chairman's name in the guest field and the word "chairman" in the biography field. Some early programs had a three- or four-person panel. When located, these have been designated in the same database by including the names of persons in guest fields and the word "panelist" in the respective biography fields.
(4) Beginning with show 171, in October of 1969, approximately twice a year the tables would be turned, with a panel of questioners putting Buckley "on the firing line."
Source: Preface to the program catalogue compiled by Firing Line staff member Linda Bridges, included in box 1.

Scope and Content of Collection

The collection contains the records of the television series hosted by William F. Buckley and mainly produced by the Southern Educational Communications Association, relating to conservative thought, especially in the United States, and to American foreign and domestic policy. Material includes background research files, administrative files, photographs, videotapes and transcripts.
A searchable database describing all Firing Line programs is available at http://hoohila.stanford.edu/firingline/ .
The collection is organized into six series: Administrative files, Speaker files, Program files, Sound recordings, Motion picture film, and Video recordings.
The Administrative files document the creation of the program. Files contain a catalogue of transcripts, Firing Line guests' topic lists, programs lists, Special Debates lists, correspondence with prominent politicians, economists, and scientists, as well as viewer comments and suggestions. Press releases, newsletters, newspaper clippings, and files on William F. Buckley and Warren Steibel, the Firing Line producer-director, are also included. Photographs, negatives, and slides of William F. Buckley individually and with the guests on his shows complete the records.
Speaker and Research files include preparation materials, such as clippings, correspondence, transcripts, histories, press summaries, and printed matter, as well as other collected materials on speakers and their appearances on the Firing Line shows, or topics of shows. Some files include the transcript of the show although not every show or speaker is represented with a file. The original order of the files was retained, and are generally arranged alphabetically by the last name of the speaker. Speakers who made multiple appearances may have several files. The William F. Buckley book On the Firing Line: The Public Life of Our Public Figures (Random House, New York, 1989) contains an alphabetical list of guests on Firing Line (see box 7).
Program files are arranged by show number. Numbers that are followed by an "R" are repeat broadcasts of the same program, while numbers followed by an "E" are edited repeat broadcasts. Program files include three types of files: Background files, Publicity files, and Transcripts.
Background files include preparation materials, such as clippings, correspondence, transcripts, histories, press summaries, and printed matter, as well as other collected materials on speakers and their appearances on Firing Line shows.
Publicity files cover the Public television shows under the auspices of the SECA, and contain materials such as still photographs, negatives, and slides, as well as transcripts, newsletters, and other documents, although the type of material available on a particular program varies.
Transcripts of Firing Line are both typewritten and printed. Some transcripts are available for immediate download on the Hoover Institution website. Also included in transcripts are are two productions hosted by William F. Buckley that were not Firing Line programs. The shows have been designated as 000a and 000b. These programs are included in the data base and have been placed at the beginning of the Firing Line transcripts in box 159.
Sound recordings contain sound tracks of the early Firing Line television shows on open reel tapes and compact sound cassettes.
Video recordings include videotapes of most shows in a variety of formats. Some shows are recorded on videotape formats that are approaching obsolescence. The Hoover Institution is gradually preserving and transferring the shows to a modern format. Many videotapes have been digitized; additional reformatting depends on funding. Priority for transfer is given to the most endangered formats and to the programs most requested. Videotapes of programs that have not been reformatted are typically not available for immediate viewing. Selected programs can be viewed in the Hoover Archives reading room or purchased from Amazon.com. Please contact Hoover Institution Archives for information.

Arrangement

The collection is organized into six series: Administrative files, Speaker and Research files, Program files, Sound recordings, Motion picture film, and Video recordings.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Buckley, William F. (William Frank), 1925-
Southern Educational Communications Association
Conservatism.
United States--Foreign relations--20th century.
United States--Politics and government--20th century.
United States--Politics and government.
Video tapes.

Box 1-15, 193

Administrative files, 1966-1994

Scope and Contents note

The files include a catalogue of transcripts, guest and topic lists, a card catalogue of Firing Line guests, memoranda, pamphlets, press releases, press reviews, newsletters, clippings, correspondence, photographs, negatives, microfiche, and slides. This section contains correspondence with prominent politicians, economists, scientists, as well as viewer comments and suggestions arranged chronologically. Series also includes personal information of William F. Buckley and Warren Steibel, the Firing Line producer-director. Additionally, photographs, negatives, and slides depict William F. Buckley individually and with the guests of his shows. Also includes an oversize photo of William F. Buckley

Arrangement note

Series arranged chronologically.
 

General, 1966-1999

Box 1

Catalogue of transcripts/audio cassettes, 1971-1999

Box 1

Guest and topic lists, 1966-1999

Box 1

Program lists, 1977-1999

Box 1

Special Debates lists, 1986-1999

Box 1

Fonts and messages, 1995-1999

Physical Description: 90 MB Bernoulli disc
Box 1

Theme music, 1998

Physical Description: Compact disc
Box 1

Fifth anniversary, 1971

Box 1

Twenty-fifth anniversary, 1991

Box 2-3

Card catalogue, Firing Line guests (A-Z) circa 1966-1999

Box 4

Microfiche of early program transcripts, numbers 1-113, 1966-1968

Box 5

Press releases, press reviews, and newspaper clippings, 1970-1994

Box 5

Newsletters, 1968-1984

Box 6

Newsletters, 1985-1994

Box 6

Introductions and notes, circa 1970-1990

Box 6

Memoranda, pamphlets, and other materials, 1970-1978

Box 6

Warren Steibel, Firing Line producer-director files, 1994-1997.

Note: Includes his extensive memoranda to Program managers
Box 193

Two flyers depicting African American young man called "Would You Be More Careful if It Was You That Got Pregnant?" Undated

Physical Description: Oversize
 

William F. Buckley files, 1985-1992

Box 7

Personal information, circa 1970-1980

Box 7

Commencement, University of South Carolina, 1985 December 15

Box 7

On the Firing Line: The Public Life of Our Public Figures, Random House, New York, 1989.

Physical Description: Printed copy
Box 7

Asian trip, 1992

Box 8

Photographs, circa 1966-1999

Scope and Content Note

Photographic prints and contact sheets depicting William F. Buckley individually and with the guests of his show, including some on the set and/or behind the scenes of Firing Line. The last folder is mainly promotional materials, including some photos.
Box 193

William F. Buckley photo, undated,

Physical Description: Oversize
Box 9

Negatives, circa 1966-1999.

Scope and Content Note

Contains negatives and contacts from various moments during Firing Line shows and their participants. Includes negatives and contact sheets in envelopes and select negatives and contacts for newsletter, most labeled with episode # and/or guest(s).
Box 9-10

Slides, circa 1966-1990.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of 35mm color slides, depicting moments on Firing Line shows and their participants, though mainly of William F. Buckley. Also includes slides of the Firing Line set, various Firing Line logos and credits, and slides of 1980s SCETV show Six Gun Heroes.
Box 11-15

Correspondence, 1966-1994.

Note: Arranged chronologically
Box 11

General correspondence, 1966

Box 11

Viewer comments, 1966

Box 11

General correspondence, 1967

Box 11

Viewer comments, 1967

Box 11

General correspondence, 1968

Box 11

Firing Line guests suggestions and comments, 1968

Box 12

Business, 1968

Box 12

General correspondence, 1969

Box 12

Firing Line guests suggestions and comments, 1969

Box 12

Alphabetical (A-R) 1970-1978

Box 13

Alphabetical (P-Z) 1970-1978

Box 13

Omega Communications, 1980-1982

Box 13

General correspondence, 1981

Box 13

Friends of Firing Line, 1981-1983

Box 14

Firing Line guests, 1982

Box 14

General correspondence, 1983

Box 14

Unemployment letters, 1983

Box 14

General correspondence, 1984

Box 14

Firing Line guests, 1984

Box 14

Friends of Firing Line, 1984

Box 14

General correspondence, 1985

Box 14

Firing Line guests, 1985

Box 14

General correspondence, 1986

Box 14

Firing Line guests, 1986

Box 14

Viewer correspondence on the program Harvest of Despair, 1986

Box 15

General correspondence, 1987

Box 15

Firing Line guests, 1987

Box 15

General correspondence, 1988

Box 15

Firing Line guests, 1988

Box 15

General correspondence, 1989

Box 15

Firing Line guests, 1989

Box 15

General correspondence, 1990

Box 15

General correspondence, 1991

Box 15

General correspondence, 1993-1994

Box 16-69

Speaker and Research files, 1966-1999.

Scope and Contents note

Arranged alphabetically by the topic or last name of the speaker, though not all speakers have a file. Original file labeling retained, with all personal names listed last name, first name.
Box/Folder 16 : 1

"Abortion" St. John-Stevas, Norman; O'Rourke, Rev. Joseph; Hentoff, Margot, March 31, 1975

Box/Folder 16 : 2

"Abortion and the Law" Pilpel, Harriet; Hyde, Rev. Henry J., October 5, 1977

Box/Folder 16 : 3

"Abortion Legal Aspects" Noonan, John, circa 1970

Box/Folder 16 : 4

"Abortion: Yes or No" Noonan, John T., Jr.; Lucas, Roy, July 25, 1972

Box/Folder 16 : 5

Abel, Richard, June 23, 1979

Box/Folder 16 : 6

Abram, Morris, July 20, 1983

Box/Folder 16 : 7

Abram, Morris, June 23, 1982

Box/Folder 16 : 8

Abrams, Elliot, 1984

Box/Folder 16 : 9

Abrams, Elliot, August 19, 1987

Box/Folder 16: 10

Abrams, Elliot, February 23, 1987

Box/Folder 16 : 11

Abrams, Floyd, January 15, 1979

Box/Folder 16 : 12

Abrams, Floyd, July 10, 1990

Box/Folder 17 : 1

Ackerman, Mike; Jenkins, Brian; Merari, Ariel, Dr., September 26, 1985

Box/Folder 17 : 2

Adelman, Morris; Ritchie, Jack, September 13, 1973

Box/Folder 17 : 3

Adler, Mortimer, February 15, 1980

Box/Folder 17 : 4

Adler, Mortimer, February 25, 1981

Box/Folder 17 : 5

Adler, Mortimer, May 8, 1985

Box/Folder 17 : 6

Adler, Mortimer, January 23, 1986

Box/Folder 17 : 7

Adler, Mortimer, March 1, 1982

Box/Folder 17 : 8

Adler, Mortimer, October 27, 1982

Box/Folder 17 : 9

Adler, Mortimer, April 14, 1983

Box/Folder 17 : 10

Adler, Mortimer, October 11, 1984

Box/Folder 17 : 11

Adler, Mortimer, April 6m 1987

Box/Folder 17 : 12

Adler, Mortimer, May 6, 1988

Box/Folder 17 : 13

Adler, Mortimer, June 7, 1989

Box/Folder 17 : 14

Adler, Mortimer, June 6, 1990

Box/Folder 17 : 15

Adler, Mortimer, January 8, 1991

Box/Folder 17 : 16

Adler, Mortimer, November 4, 1991

Box/Folder 17 : 17

Adler, Mortimer, November 30, 1992

Box/Folder 17 : 18

Adler, Mortimer, May 17, 1993

Box/Folder 17 : 19

Assil, Col Mohammad Ayyab; Rahim, Abdul, May 26, 1983

Box/Folder 18 : 1

American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), March 3, 1971

Box/Folder 18 : 2-2A

AFTRA, June 24, 1993

Box/Folder 18 : 3

Agnew, Spiro, December 8, 1970

Box/Folder 18 : 4

Agnew, Spiro, May 14, 1976

Box/Folder 18 : 5

Agnew, Spiro, May 7, 1970

Box/Folder 18 : 6

Agresto, Jon; Kennan, Elizabeth; West, Cornel, June 11, 1993

Box/Folder 18 : 7

Alexander, Lamar Gov.; Heard, Alexander; Seigenthaler, John, November 11, 1982

Box/Folder 18 : 8

Amory, Cleveland, July 19, 1978

Box/Folder 18 : 9

Anderson, Jack, April 20, 1972

Box/Folder 19 : 1

Anderson, John, August 16, 1979

Box/Folder 19 : 2

Armstrong, Anne, March 10, 1976

Box/Folder 19 : 3

Armstrong, Bishop James, September 24, 1982

Box/Folder 19 : 4

Argentina, 1976

Box/Folder 19 : 5

Argentina, circa 1980

Box/Folder 19 : 6

Ashbrock, John; McCloskey, Pete, February 29, 1972

Box/Folder 19 : 7

Ashmore, Harry, October 10, 1989

Box/Folder 19 : 8

Ashworth, Richard; Haag, Ernest van den, March 25, 1981

Box/Folder 19 : 9

Ayau, Manuel, October 2, 1986

Box/Folder 19 : 10

Aziz, Muhammad; Herendeen, Warren, January 18, 1984

Box/Folder 19 : 11

Baez, Joan; Sagan, Ginetta, September 6, 1979

Box/Folder 19 : 12

Bailey, F. Lee, circa 1975

Box/Folder 19 : 13

Baker, Howard; Alexander, Lamar, October 10, 1986

Box/Folder 20 : 1

Baker, James, June 2, 1986

Box/Folder 20 : 2

Baldridge, Malcolm, June 2, 1983

Box/Folder 20 : 3

Ball, George N., September 9, 1976

Box/Folder 20 : 4

Ball, George, July 15, 1981

Box/Folder 20 : 5

Barnet, Richard J.; Chase, James; Nitze, Paul, June 12, 1981

Box/Folder 20 : 6

Barnet, Richard J.; Solarz, Stephen, February 22, 1983

Box/Folder 20 : 6

Barnett, Richard; Perle, Richard, December 13, 1983

Box/Folder 20 : 7

Barron, John; de Borchgrave, Arnaud, June 9, 1983

Box/Folder 20 : 8

Barry, Robert; Mehlirg, Alice, November 7, 1985

Box/Folder 21 : 1

Bartley, Robert; Kondrake, Merton; Kramer, Michael, November 24, 1980

Box/Folder 21 : 2

Bartley, Robert; Abernethy, Virgina, May 17, 1993

Box/Folder 21 : 3

Bork, Robert; Pilpel, Harriet; Schmidt, Benno, July 10, 1985

Box/Folder 21 : 4

Barzini, Luigi, May 3, 1983

Box/Folder 21 : 5

Beichman, Arnold; Rader, Dotson, October 3, 1972

Box/Folder 24 : 6

Beichman, Arnold, June 4, 1991

Box/Folder 21 : 7

Beiderson, Lawrence W.; Barth, Alan, June 1, 1972

Box/Folder 21 : 8

Belin, David N., December 4, 1975

Box/Folder 21 : 9

Belin, David; Blakey, G. Robert, September 10, 1981

Box/Folder 21 : 10

Bennett, William J.; Futrell, Mary, August 31, 1983

Box/Folder 22 : 1

Bennett, William J., January 5, 1983

Box/Folder 22 : 2

Berger, Peter, October 1, 1987

Box/Folder 22 : 3

Berger, Raoul, October 5, 1977

Box/Folder 22 : 4

Berkson, Larry C.; Rusa, Fletcher G.; Alter, Chester M., May 21, 1979

Box/Folder 22 : 5

Bonne, Shelley, September 29, 1983

Box/Folder 22 : 6

Birch, John, March 2, 1971

Box/Folder 22 : 7

Birch, John, January 8, 1968

Box/Folder 23 : 1

Birns, Lawrence R.; Singer, Max, December 10, 1981

Box/Folder 23 : 2

Blankenhorn, David, April 27, 1993

Box/Folder 23 : 3

Bloom, Allan, April 15, 1987

Box/Folder 23 : 4

Blumenthal, Sidney, November 20, 1986

Box/Folder 23 : 5

Bond, Julian; Lewis, John, January 23, 1974

Box/Folder 23 : 6

Bonilla, Ruben; Callejo, Adelfa; Rubottom, Richard, November 1, 1985

Box/Folder 23 : 7

Bork, Robert; Ennis, Bruce, January 3, 1980

Box/Folder 23 : 8

Borman, Frank; Kahn, Alfred, June 29, 1988

Box/Folder 23 : 9

Botstein, Leon; Palms, John; Silber, John, August 29, 1991

Box/Folder 24 : 1

Bovard, James; Mullins, Robert, February 26, 1985

Box/Folder 24 : 2

Bozell, Brent; Kingsley, Michael, September 17, 1991

Box/Folder 24 : 3

Braestrup, Peter, March 16, 1978

Box/Folder 24 : 4

Braley, Russ; Decter, Midge, November 13, 1984

Box/Folder 24 : 5

Boyson, Rhodes; Kinnock, Neil, February 12, 1979

Box/Folder 24 : 6

Brazil, circa 1980

Box/Folder 24 : 7

Breitenfeld, Frederick, Jr.; Kobin, William; Pfister, Edward J., November 13, 1979

Box/Folder 24 : 8

Brendsel, Leland, July 22, 1993

Box/Folder 24 : 9

Breslin, Jimmy, March 21, 1975

Box/Folder 24 : 10

Breslin, Jimmy, November 26, 1975

Box/Folder 24 : 11

British crisis, February 12, 1974

Box/Folder 24 : 12

"3 British Journalists," August 22, 1973

Box/Folder 24 : 13

"3 British Journalists," October 21, 1970

Box/Folder 24 : 14

Brito, Gonzales; Ramirez, Juan; Rivera, Antonio, October 1, 1987

Box/Folder 24 : 15

Brock, David, April 27, 1993

Box/Folder 24 : 16

Brock, John, Dr.; Prather, Hilda, March 20, 1989

Box/Folder 24 : 17

Brookhiser, Rick; Burnette, Kevin; Weyrich, Paul, October 26, 1987

Box/Folder 24 : 18

Brookhiser, Richard; Chavez, Linda, January 8, 1991

Box/Folder 24 : 19

Brown, Edmund, Jr., Gov., October 3, 1975

Box/Folder 25 : 1

Brown, John Y., Jr., Gov., November 20, 1981

Box/Folder 25 : 2

Brzezinski, Zbigniew, October 8, 1970

Box/Folder 25 : 3

Brzezinski, Zbigniew, September 9, 1976

Box/Folder 25 : 4

Brzezinski, Zbigniew, March 31, 1983

Box/Folder 25 : 5

Brzezinski, Zbigniew, July 23, 1986

Box/Folder 25 : 6

Brzezinski, Zbigniew, June 7, 1989

Box/Folder 25 : 7

Brzezinski, Zbigniew, May 17, 1993

Box/Folder 25 : 8

Buchanan, Patrick J., December 20, 1973

Box/Folder 25 : 9

Buchanan, Patrick J.; Reeves, Richard, May 18, 1977

Box/Folder 25 : 10

Buchanan, Patrick J.; Mahoney, J. Daniel; Weyrich, Paul, May 22, 1980

Box/Folder 25 : 11

Bucher, Lloyd M., 1970

Box/Folder 24 : 12

Buchholz, Todd G.; Passell, Peter, July 24, 1990

Box/Folder 24 : 13

Buckley, James, Sen., September 4, 1974

Box/Folder 26 : 1

Buckley, James L., Senator, circa 1970

Box/Folder 26 : 2

Buckley, James L., Senator, circa 1970

Box/Folder 26 : 3

Buckley, James L.; Shakespeare, Frank, September 15, 1983

Box/Folder 26 : 4

"Questioning Mr. Buckley" Green, Mark; Greenfield, Jeff; Pilpel, Harriet, February 24, 1987

Box/Folder 26 : 5

Buckley, John; Carter, Harlon B., July 21, 1980

Box/Folder 26 : 6

Bukovsky, Vladimir, July 25, 1977

Box/Folder 26 : 7

Bundy, McGeorge, July 20, 1983

Box/Folder 26 : 8

Bundy, William; Smith, Hendrick; Solarz, Stephen, February 25, 1981

Box/Folder 26 : 9

Burden, Carter; Lowenstein, Allard; Pilpel, Harriet, 1978

Box/Folder 26 : 10

Burgess, Anthony, December 21, 1972

Box/Folder 27 : 1

Burns, James MacGregor, May 9, 1984

Box/Folder 27 : 2

Burt, Richard, 1990

Box/Folder 27 : 3

Bush, George H.W., October 29, 1971

Box/Folder 27 : 4

Bush, George H.W., May 3, 1974

Box/Folder 27 : 5

Butler, David; Butterfield, Fox; Greenway, David, May 29, 1985

Box/Folder 27 : 6

Butterfield, Fox, September 24, 1982

Box/Folder 27 : 7

Califano, Joseph, May 15, 1981

Box/Folder 27 : 8

Califano, Joseph; Pifer, Alan, April 2, 1986

Box/Folder 27 : 9

Callahan, Daniel; Etzione, Amitai, June 29, 1988

Box/Folder 27 : 10

"U.S. Policy Towards Cambodia" Solarz, Stephen, August 1, 1990

Box/Folder 27 : 11

Cambridge debate, October 23, 1970

Box/Folder 27 : 12

Carlson, Karen Cody; Lee, Samuel; Susman, Frank, October 10, 1989

Box/Folder 27 : 13

Carter, Hodding, November 28, 1988

Box/Folder 27 : 14

Carter, James, May 23, 1973

Box/Folder 28 : 1

Carter, Stephen L., October 28, 1991

Box/Folder 28 : 2

Carter, Jimmy, 1978

Box/Folder 28 : 3

Castillo, Edward; Moholy, Noel Francis, January 9, 1989

Box/Folder 28 : 4

Castillo, Leonel J., January 15, 1979

Box/Folder 28 : 5

Castor, Betty; Resnick, Lauren B., January 16, 1992

Box/Folder 28 : 7

Caute, David, January 26, 1978

Box/Folder 28 : 8

"Catholic Education" Baker, Kenneth; McCormack, Elizabeth, November 30, 1970

Box/Folder 28 : 9

Chang, Parris H.; Zagoria, Donald, November 4, 1976

Box/Folder 28 : 10

Chapin, Schyler; Norris, Donald Owen; Pocock, David, March 28, 1994

Box/Folder 28 : 11

Cheney, Lynne, 1990

Box/Folder 28 : 12

Cheney, Lynne, May 28, 1991

Box/Folder 28 : 13

Cherne, Leo; Vin, Im, July 20, 1978

Box/Folder 28 : 14

Cherne, Leo; Birch, John A., December 3, 1987

Box/Folder 28 : 15

"Christianity Alongside Other Faiths" Gilkey, Langdon; Lopez, Donald, Jr.; Rockefeller, Steve, September 29, 1984

Box/Folder 29 : 1

Clark, Robert; Murphy, Reg; Powell, James, May 16, 1973

Box/Folder 29 : 2

Clinton, Bill, August 29, 1991

Box/Folder 29 : 3

"American Conservatives Confront," January 5, 1972

Box/Folder 29 : 4

"What Are the Challenges for Conservatives in 1973?" Nichols, Mary Perot; Reeves, Richard; Pressman, Gabe, January 8, 1973

Box/Folder 29 : 5

"1979: A Conservative View" Bell, Jeffrey; Buckley, James L.; Hatch, Orrin G.; Kemp, Jack F.; Viguerie, Richard, January 2, 1979

Box/Folder 29 : 6

Coombes, Mary Irene; Joseph, Paul, January 16, 1992

Box/Folder 29 : 7

Conquest, Robert; Koch, Stephen, May 16, 1994

Box/Folder 29 : 8

Conquest, Robert; Hitchens, Christopher; Salisbury, Harrison, September 4, 1986

Box/Folder 29 : 9

Conquest, Robert, 1972

Box/Folder 29 : 10

Colson, Charles; Coughlin, Thomas A., January 18, 1984

Box/Folder 29 : 11

Courter, Jim; LaRocque, Gene R., October 19, 1987

Box/Folder 29 : 12

Courter, Jim; LaRocque, Gene R., February 23, 1987

Box/Folder 29 : 12

Copeland, Miles; Walker, Martin, March 9, 1976

Box/Folder 29 :14

Coxe, Donald; Walker, Michael A., January 9, 1986

Box/Folder 29 : 15

Crane, Philip, January 3, 1980

Box/Folder 29 : 16

Cranston, Alan, July 13, 1981

Box/Folder 30 : 1

Crozier, Brian; Chalfont, Lord, March 5, 1977

Box/Folder 30 : 2

Canosa, Jorge Mas; Szulc, Tad, October 21, 1974

Box/Folder 30 : 4

"What Are We Going to do About Cuba?" Jorge, Antonio; Reyes, Manolo; Whelan, James, March 26, 1980

Box/Folder 30 : 4

"The Real Cuba, Part I and II" Almendroz, Nestor; Leal, Orlando Jimenez; Navarro, Antonio; Luxenburg, Norman; Reich, Otto, June 13, 1982

Box/Folder 30 : 5

Charles, Curran; Clatke, Eugene, November 20, 1986

Box/Folder 30 : 6

Cutler, Lloyd; Taggart, John; Taylor, William, July 27, 1987

Box/Folder 30 : 7

"The Dalai Lama Looks Back," September 27, 1984

Box/Folder 30 : 8

Davidson, James; van den Haag, Ernest, March 31, 1980

Box/Folder 30 : 9

Davidson, James; Heilbroner, Robert, June 15, 1982

Box/Folder 31 : 1

Davidson, James, January 24, 1983

Box/Folder 31 : 2

Davidson, James; White, F. Clifton; Rusher, William, March 24, 1986

Box/Folder 31 : 3

Davidson, James; Weyrich, Paul; White, F. Clifton, January 13, 1987

Box/Folder 31 : 4

Davies, Michael; Champlin, Joseph, April 22, 1980

Box/Folder 31 : 5

de Borchgrave, Arnaud; Solarz, Stephen J., June 17, 1981

Box/Folder 31 : 6

de Borchgrave, Arnaud; Lewis, Anthony, January 13, 1986

Box/Folder 31 : 7

Deressa, Derese, February 14, 1980

Box/Folder 31 : 8

Derian, Patricia, January 22, 1981

Box/Folder 31 : 9

Dershowitz, Alan M.; Fort, Joel, April 12, 1976

Box/Folder 31 : 10

Dershowitz, Alan, December 2, 1985

Box/Folder 31 : 11

Dershowitz, Alan, July 9,1986

Box/Folder 32 : 1

de Borchgrave, Arnaud; Moss, Robert, May 9, 1980

Box/Folder 32 : 2

Devlin, Bernadette, March 25, 1972

Box/Folder 32 : 3

Dole, Robert, March 28, 1977

Box/Folder 32 : 4

Dole, Robert, June 15, 1979

Box/Folder 32 : 5

Dornan, Robert; Pike, Otis, October 28, 1985

Box/Folder 32 : 6

Douglas-Home, Alec, September 28, 1973

Box/Folder 32 : 7

D'Souza, Dinseh, May 28, 1991

Box/Folder 32 : 8

Duffey, Joseph D., December 12, 1978

Box/Folder 32 : 9

Dugger, Ronnie; Valenti, Jack, May 4, 1982

Box/Folder 33 : 1

Dukakis, Michael S., November 23, 1976

Box/Folder 33 : 2

Duncan, Martin; Hamrick, C. Leigh; Seidman, Jeffrey, June 11, 1993

Box/Folder 33 : 3

duPont, Pete, January 23, 1987

Box/Folder 33 : 4

Dystel, Oscar; Fitzgerald, Frances; Leonard, John, May 22, 1980

Box/Folder 33 : 5

Eastland, Terry, circa 1990

Box/Folder 33 : 6

Eberstadt, Fernanda; Ellis, Brett Easton, July 17, 1985

Box/Folder 33 : 7

"Crisis in American Education" Anrig, Gregory; Barr, Robert; Crosby, Emeral; Down, A. Graham, September 18, 1980

Box/Folder 33 : 8

Edwards, Harry; Axthelm, Pete, June 12, 1984

Box/Folder 33 : 9

Efron, Edith; Rooney, Andrew A., September 1, 1971

Box/Folder 33 : 10

Elegant, Robert S.; Barnett, A. Doak, September 26, 1977

Box/Folder 33 : 11

"Are All Young Europeans Suicidal" Kriegrisch, Franz F.; Morrison, Stephen A.S.; Nesse, Knut O.; Stego, Cecilia, November 3, 1983

Box/Folder 34 : 1

Evans, Rowland Jr.; Novak, Robert D., November 22, 1971

Box/Folder 34 : 2

Fairbank, John K., April 2, 1982

Box/Folder 34 : 3

Falwell, Jerry, January 22, 1981

Box/Folder 34 : 4

Falwell, Jerry, July 6, 1988

Box/Folder 34 : 5

Feinstein, Diane, January 15, 1980

Box/Folder 34 : 6

Feldstein, Martin, May 6, 1976

Box/Folder 34 : 7

Ferris, Charles, December 13, 1979

Box/Folder 34 : 8

Fiedler, Leslie, November 15, 1974

Box/Folder 34 : 9

Fischer, Lee A.; Montgomery, Robert M. Jr.; Musgrove, Martha, March 31, 1988

Box/Folder 34 : 10

Fitzgibbon, Constantine; Hersh, Seymour, January 14, 1977

Box/Folder 34 : 11

Flanigan, Peter; Lieberman, Myron, September 7, 1989

Box/Folder 35 : 1

Foot, Michael, August 20, 1973

Box/Folder 35 : 2

Forbes, Malcolm, January 7, 1988

Box/Folder 35 : 3

Forbes, Malcolm, January 17, 1990

Box/Folder 35 : 4

Ford, Gerald R., June 26, 1974

Box/Folder 35 : 5

Fowler, Donald; Courson, John, September 8, 1988

Box/Folder 35 : 6

Fox, Michael R.; Bailie, Tom Dorn; Steele, Karen, January 10, 1989

Box/Folder 35 : 7

Francois-Poncet, Jean; Wahl, Nicholas, August 24, 1988

Box/Folder 35 : 8

Fraser, P.M. Malcolm, October 25, 1978

Box/Folder 35 : 9

Friedman, Benjamin M., January 5, 1989

Box/Folder 35 : 10

Friedman, Milton, December 13, 1990

Box/Folder 35 : 11

Friendly, Fred N., July 8, 1976

Box/Folder 35 : 12

Friendly, Fred N., May 15, 1981

Box/Folder 35 : 13

Frost, Vicki; Farris, Michael; Dyk, Timothy; Taylor, Faye, October 10, 1986

Box/Folder 36 : 1

Fuldheim, Dorothy; Stein, Ben, June 29, 1979

Box/Folder 36 : 2

Fumento, Michael; Murray, Linda; Tamarkin, Norman Ross, March 31, 1988

Box/Folder 36 : 3

Fussell, Paul, November 1, 1989

Box/Folder 36 : 4

Gabler, Mel; Gabler, Norma, January 11, 1982

Box/Folder 36 : 5

Galbraith, Evan; Chevrillon, Olivier; Vinocur, John, February 24, 1984

Box/Folder 36 : 6

Galbraith, Evan; Eagleburger, Lawrence, July 31, 1985

Box/Folder 36 : 7

Galbraith, John Kenneth, March 30, 1978

Box/Folder 36 : 8

Galbraith, John Kenneth, June 5, 1981

Box/Folder 36 : 9

Galbraith debate, 1982

Box/Folder 36 : 10

Galbraith debate, January 7, 1982

Box/Folder 37 : 1

Galbraith Debate, circa 1980

Box/Folder 37 : 2

Galbraith, John Kenneth, October 6, 1992

Box/Folder 37 : 3

Galbraith, John Kenneth, July 11, 1994

Box/Folder 37 : 4

Galebach, Stephen; Bork, Robert, May 11, 1981

Box/Folder 37 : 5

Gardner, Richard, March 2, 1982

Box/Folder 37 : 6

Garreau, Joel, October 15, 1981

Box/Folder 37 : 7

Giamatti, A. Bartlett, October 30, 1979

Box/Folder 37 : 8

"Resolved. The Fed Should Stay Out of Education," October 5, 1988

Box/Folder 38 : 1

Gigot, Paul; Leo, John, October 6, 1992

Box/Folder 38 : 2

Gilder, George; Lekachman, Robert, January 5, 1981

Box/Folder 38 : 3

Gingrich, Newt; Green, Bill, December 6, 1984

Box/Folder 38 : 4

Giscard d' Estaing, Valery; Galbraith, Evan, October 27, 1972

Box/Folder 38 : 5

Glasser, Ira; Rangel, Charles, March 24, 1986

Box/Folder 38 : 6

Glasser, Ira; Stutman, Robert M., February 29, 1988

Box/Folder 38 : 7

Glasser, Ira, August 23, 1989

Box/Folder 38 : 8

Glasser, Ira, October 28, 1991

Box/Folder 38 : 9

Glazer, Nathan; Berry, Mary; Brickner, Balfour, circa 1984

Box/Folder 38 : 10

Gold, Victor; Leonard, John; Perle, Richard, December 13, 1983

Box/Folder 38 : 11

Goldschmidt, Neil, May 15, 1980

Box/Folder 38 : 12

Goodpaster, Andrew, September 6, 1978

Box/Folder 39 : 1

Gore, Tipper, June 8, 1988

Box/Folder 39 : 2

Grace, J. Peter, September 6, 1984

Box/Folder 39 : 3

Graham, Daniel; Graham, William, January 26, 1982

Box/Folder 39 : 4

Greeley, Andrew M., June 8, 1979

Box/Folder 39 : 5

Green, Mark; Vleiberg, Robert, April 22, 1980

Box/Folder 39 : 6

Green, Mark; Kinsley, Michael; Pilpel, Harriet, December 30, 1987

Box/Folder 39 : 7

Hentoff, Nat; Kramer, Michael; Kondracke, Morton, July 30, 1988

Box/Folder 39 : 8

Green, Mark; Pilpel, Harriet; Sobran, Joe, November 12, 1981

Box/Folder 39 : 9

Green, Mark; Brookhiser, Richard; Kempton, Murray, June 20, 1984

Box/Folder 39 : 10

Green, Mark; Phillips, Kevin, July 7, 1982

Box/Folder 39 : 11

Green, Mark; Frank, Victor, November 12, 1985

Box/Folder 39 : 12

Green, Mark; Maslin, Paul, July 6, 1988

Box/Folder 39 : 13

Green, Mark, January 26, 1993

Box/Folder 39 : 14

Greer, Germaine, February 27, 1973

Box/Folder 39 : 15

Grenier, Richard; Rudolph, Lloyd, June 9, 1983

Box/Folder 40 : 1

Grinspoon, Lester; Szasz, Thomas, June 29, 1988

Box/Folder 40 : 2

Gross, Martin L.; Tamarkin, Norman R., May 31, 1978

Box/Folder 40 : 3

Haig, Alexander M. Jr., February 12, 1979

Box/Folder 40 : 4

Haig, Alexander, May 29, 1984

Box/Folder 40 : 5

Haig, Alexander, June 24, 1987

Box/Folder 40 : 6

Halberstam, David, december 1, 1986

Box/Folder 40 : 7

Halperin, Morton H., July 22, 1975

Box/Folder 40 : 8

Harrington, Michael, October 13, 1977

Box/Folder 41 : 1

Harrington, Michael, September 7, 1989

Box/Folder 41 : 2

Harrington, Michael, November 13, 1984

Box/Folder 41 : 3

Hart, Gary, March 28, 1977

Box/Folder 41 : 4

Hart, Jeffrey; Leonard, John, July 26, 1982

Box/Folder 41 : 5

Harris, Richard, January 3, 1977

Box/Folder 41 : 6

Harvey, William, March 31, 1983

Box/Folder 41 : 7

Hart, Jeffrey; Russell, Francis; Spengemann, William, May 4, 1987

Box/Folder 41 : 8

Hawke, Bob, circa 1990

Box/Folder 41 : 9

Hawke, Robert J., circa 1978

Box/Folder 41 : 10

Hawke, Robert J., circa 1989

Box/Folder 41 : 11

Australia - Immigration, circa 1988

Box/Folder 41 : 12

Hawley, Willis D., November 20, 1981

Box/Folder 41 : 13

Hayek, Friedrich A.; von Roche, George III, November 7, 1977

Box/Folder 42 : 1

Healy, Denis, June 26, 1978

Box/Folder 42 : 2

Heath, Edward, September 10, 1974

Box/Folder 42 : 3

Helms, Jesse, July 7, 1982

Box/Folder 42 : 4

Henry, Milton, November 18, 1968

Box/Folder 42 : 5

Hesburgh, Theodore M., December 12, 1974

Box/Folder 42 : 6

Hesburgh, Theodore M., January 6, 1984

Box/Folder 42 : 7

Hitchcock, James; McManus, Charles, January 10, 1977

Box/Folder 42 : 8

Holbrooke, Richard; Walker, Richard L., March 25, 1987

Box/Folder 42 : 9

Hollander, Paul; Haag, Ernest van den, December 3, 1981

Box/Folder 42 : 10

Hollings, Ernest, September 20, 1979

Box/Folder 43 : 1

Hollister, Charles; Makhijani, Arjun, circa 1990

Box/Folder 43 : 2

"The Holocaust Controversy" O'Conner, John J.; Neusner, Jacob,

Box/Folder 43 : 3

Hook, Sidney, June 1, 1987

Box/Folder 43 : 4

"United States in the 1980s, Part I" Duignan, Peter; Staar, Richard F.; Teller, Edward; Rabushtia, Alvin; Campbell, Rita Ricardo; Anderson, Martin, January 17, 1980

Box/Folder 43 : 5

"United States in the 1980s, Part II" Anderson, Martin; Campbell, Rita Ricardo; Rabushtia, Alvin, January 17, 1980

Box/Folder 43 : 6

Horne, Alistair, April 17, 1978

Box/Folder 43 : 7

October 12 and 13, 1977, October 13, 1977

Box/Folder 43 : 8

Horne, Alistair; Galbraith, John Kenneth; Schlesinger, Arthur, circa 1990

Box/Folder 43 : 8

Kahn, Alfred, January 7, 1985

Box/Folder 43 : 9

Kahn, Alfred, October 13, 1980

Box/Folder 43 : 10

Kahn, Alfred, August 22, 1978

Box/Folder 43 : 11

Kaiser, Robert; Kramer, Michael; Kondracke, Morton, August 15, 1980

Box/Folder 43 : 12

Kalangula, Peter T., July 17, 1981

Box/Folder 44 : 1

Kaassebaum, Nancy Landon, April 19, 1984

Box/Folder 44 : 2

Kaufman, Jonathan; William, Juan, September 27, 1988

Box/Folder 44 : 3

Kean, Thomas; Dowd, William F., July 6, 1988

Box/Folder 44 : 4

Kearns, Doris, May 14, 1976

Box/Folder 44 : 6

Kelly, J.B., 1979

Box/Folder 44 : 7

Kemp, Jack, November 5, 1984

Box/Folder 44 : 7

Kemp, Jack, June 2, 1989

Box/Folder 44 : 8

Kenner, Hugh, June 26, 1974

Box/Folder 44 : 9

Kerrey, Robert, April 18, 1984

Box/Folder 44 : 10

Keyes, Alan; Bloomstin, Charles, August 19, 1987

Box/Folder 44 : 11

Keyworth, George, April 25, 1985

Box/Folder 45 : 1

Keyworth, George A., May 29, 1984

Box/Folder 45 : 2

"Kids, Sex and Doctors" Pilpel, Harriet; Williams, C.D., December 2, 1974

Box/Folder 45 : 3

Kilpatrick, James Jackson, July 21, 1982

Box/Folder 45 : 4

Kilpatrick, James Jackson, August 1, 1990

Box/Folder 45 : 5

Kinnock, Neil, February 21, 1984

Box/Folder 45 : 6

Kirkpatrick, Jeane, October 14, 1987

Box/Folder 45 : 7

Kirkpatrick, Jeane, January 15, 1991

Box/Folder 45 : 8

Kirkpatrick, Jeane, January 28, 1985

Box/Folder 45 : 9

Kirkpatrick, Jeane, May 11, 1981

Box/Folder 45 : 10

Kirwin, Joseph P. Green, Bill, July 15, 1991

Box/Folder 45 : 11

Kissinger, Henry, July 15, 1982

Box/Folder 45 : 12

Kissinger, Henry, September 10, 1975

Box/Folder 45 : 13

Kissingr, Henry, August 31, 1984

Box/Folder 46 : 1

Kissinger, Henry A., January 13, 1987

Box/Folder 46 : 2

Kissinger, Henry, October 11, 1988

Box/Folder 46 : 3

Kissling, Frances Tucci, Keith, May 5, 1992

Box/Folder 46 : 4

Kleindienst, Richard, July 10, 1985

Box/Folder 46 : 5

Knight, Andrew, April 28, 1975

Box/Folder 46 : 6

Knight, Andrew; Hayman, Helen; Riddell, Peter, February 21, 1984

Box/Folder 46 : 7

Knight, Andrew; Riddell, Peter; Worsthone, Peregrine, circa 1985

Box/Folder 46 : 8

Koch, Edward, October 30, 1979

Box/Folder 46 : 9

Koch, Edward, January 8, 1992

Box/Folder 46 : 10

Koch, Edward, January 17, 1990

Box/Folder 46 : 11

Koch, Edward, April 28, 1988

Box/Folder 46 : 12

Koch, Edward, October 16, 1986

Box/Folder 46 : 13

Koch, Edward, August 31, 1984

Box/Folder 46 : 14

Koch, Edward, August 31, 1983

Box/Folder 46 : 15

Koch, Edward, May 4, 1982

Box/Folder 47 : 1

Knight, Andrew; Howard, Anthony; Clements, Richard, March 9, 1976

Box/Folder 47 : 2

Korry, Edward, September 20, 1977

Box/Folder 47 : 3

Kraft, Joseph; Novak, Robert, February 15, 1980

Box/Folder 47 : 4

Krauss, Melvyn; Eagleburger, Lawrence S., February 23, 1987

Box/Folder 47 : 5

Kukla, Robert J.; Mikva, Abner J., January 10, 1977

Box/Folder 47 : 6

Kunstler, William, June 24, 1971

Box/Folder 47 : 7

Kunstler, William, circa 1970

Box/Folder 47 : 8

Kurzban, Ira; Stein, Dan, January 16, 1992

Box/Folder 47 : 9

Ky, Nguyen Cao, September 14, 1975

Box/Folder 47 : 10

Lambertson, Giles; Sobran, Joseph, October 1, 1990

Box/Folder 47 : 11

Ledeen, Michael; Kinsley, Michael, September 3, 1985

Box/Folder 48 : 1

Lee Kuan Yew, October 30, 1978

Box/Folder 48 : 2

Lehrman, Lewis; Martin, Preston, January 9, 1986

Box/Folder 48 : 3

Lehrman, Lewis, December 10, 1981

Box/Folder 48 : 4

Lehrman, John; Nunn, Sam; Westmoreland, William Childs, September 18, 1981

Box/Folder 48 : 5

Lejackman, Robert, October 1, 1979

Box/Folder 48 : 6

Lelyveld, Joseph; Hutchinson, John, November 7, 1985

Box/Folder 48 : 7

Lemann, Nicholas, April 9, 1991

Box/Folder 48 : 8

Lerner, Max, December 30, 1987

Box/Folder 48 : 9

Lerner, Max; Bern, Walter, November 7, 1988

Box/Folder 48 : 10

Levy, David, March 26, 1992

Box/Folder 48 : 11

Lewis, Anthony, March 10, 1978

Box/Folder 48 : 12

Lewis, Anthony, March 30, 1981

Box/Folder 49 : 1

Lewis, Anthony; Greenfield, Jeff, February 25, 1985

Box/Folder 49 : 2

Lewis, Anthony; Clurman, Richard; Borchgrave, Arnaud de, December 11, 1986

Box/Folder 49 : 3

Lewis, Anthony, November 4, 1991

Box/Folder 49 : 4

Lidoy, G. Gordon, January 11, 1978

Box/Folder 49 : 5

Limbaugh, Rush, September 16, 1992

Box/Folder 49 : 6

Lind, William; Hadley, Arthur, July 23, 1986

Box/Folder 49 : 7

Livingstone, Ken, September 16, 1986

Box/Folder 49 : 8

Lofton, John; Phillips, Howard, June 24, 1987

Box/Folder 49 : 9

London, Herb; Rinfret, Pierre, July 10, 1990

Box/Folder 49 : 10

Lord, Winston, March 1, 1982

Box/Folder 49 : 11

Lowenstein, Allard, December 7, 1973

Box/Folder 49 : 12

Lowenstein, Allard, April 11, 1975

Box/Folder 49 : 13

Lowenstein, Allard; Pfeffer, Leo, August 2, 1976

Box/Folder 50 : 1

Lowenstein, Allard; Solarz, Stephen J., June 15, 1979

Box/Folder 50 : 2

Lowenstein, Hubertus Zu; Livingston, Robert, May 13, 1982

Box/Folder 50 : 3

Lugar, Richard, February 14, 1980

Box/Folder 50 : 4

Lukacs, John; Haag, Ernest van den, July 12, 1984

Box/Folder 50 : 5

Lukacs, John, January 18, 1982

Box/Folder 50 : 6

Machan, Tibor, April 2, 1982

Box/Folder 50 : 7

Magnet, Myron, September 22, 1993

Box/Folder 50 : 8

Mahoney, J. Daniel; Green, Mark; Greenfield, Jeff, July 7, 1983

Box/Folder 50 : 9

Mailer, Norman, October 11, 1979

Box/Folder 50 : 10

Malarkey, Thomas; Navin, Hank, June 2, 1983

Box/Folder 50 : 11

Mandy, S. Nigel; Solarz, Stephen; Neuhaus, Richard, September 6, 1985

Box/Folder 50 : 12

Mankiewicz, Hank, September 22, 1972

Box/Folder 50 : 13

Mankiewicz, Hank, September 22, 1972

Box/Folder 51 : 1

Manning, Bayless; Bundy, William, June 15, 1977

Box/Folder 51 : 2

Mannix, Arthur J. Jr.; Moskowitz, Richard; Rosenblatt, Stanley, M., May 3, 1983

Box/Folder 51 : 3

"Marijuana and the Law" Kaplan, John; Kleindienst, Richard, September 3, 1970

Box/Folder 51 : 4

"Marijuana Reconsidered" Grinspoon, Lester; McKinney, Lawrence, June 30, 1971

Box/Folder 51 : 6

"Marijuana Laws" Greenwa, John; Bryant, Thomas, December 21, 1972

Box/Folder 51 : 7

Mahoney, Daniel; Gottfried, Richard, June 15, 1977

Box/Folder 51 : 8

Novak, William; Rosenthal, Mitchell, May 9, 1980

Box/Folder 51 : 9

Martin, David; Sanders, Sol, January 15, 1991

Box/Folder 51 : 10

Martin, Malachi, December 7, 1973

Box/Folder 51 : 11

Martin, Malachi, September 6, 1978

Box/Folder 52 : 1

Mathias, Charles McCurdy, March 16, 1978

Box/Folder 52 : 2

Mathias, Charles McCurdy, September 18, 1981

Box/Folder 52 : 3

Matthews, Tom; Cgapin, Schyler, July 10, 1990

Box/Folder 52 : 3

McBrien, Richard; Fox, Thomas, August 2, 1995

Box/Folder 52 : 4

McCarthy, Eugene; Etzione, Amitai, May 9, 1984

Box/Folder 52 : 5

McCarthy, Eugene, May 9, 1974

Box/Folder 52 : 6

McGinniss, Joe; Sadoff, Robert; Halleck, Seymour, December 1, 1983

Box/Folder 52 : 7

McGinniss, Joe; Abrams, Floyd, September 18, 1987

Box/Folder 52 : 8

Mehdi, M.T.; Perlmutter, Amos, November 4, 1982

Box/Folder 53 : 1

Melman, Yossi; Raviv, Dan, July 24, 1990

Box/Folder 53 : 2

Menninger, W. Walter; Spring, Raymond L.; Modlin, Herbert, April 19, 1984

Box/Folder 53 : 3

Menhuin, Yehudi, April 2, 1986

Box/Folder 53 : 4

Metzenbaum, Howard M., June 29, 1979

Box/Folder 53 : 5

Meyer, Cord; Snepp, Frank, December 4, 1980

Box/Folder 53 : 6

Michener, James A., November 10, 1983

Box/Folder 53 : 7

Millr, Arthur, November 22, 1971

Box/Folder 53 : 8

Miller, James C. III; Biller, Moe, September 27, 1988

Box/Folder 53 : 9

Millett, Kate; Farber, Seth, June 6, 1990

Box/Folder 53 : 10

Minogue, Kenneth, Aprill 11, 1985

Box/Folder 53 : 11

Minow, Newton, January 8, 1992

Box/Folder 53 : 12

Mish, Frederick, July 27, 1993

Box/Folder 53 : 13

Morse, Robetr S., January 18, 1979

Box/Folder 53 : 14

Mosher, Steven, October 9, 1990

Box/Folder 53 : 15

Moss, Robert, March 8, 1977

Box/Folder 54 : 1

Moynihan, Daniel P., January 18, 1973

Box/Folder 54 : 2

Moynihan, Daniel P., January 16, 1976

Box/Folder 54 : 3

Moynihan, Daniel P., September 23, 1977

Box/Folder 54 : 4

Moynihan, Daniel P., December 13, 1990

Box/Folder 54 : 5

Moynihan, Daniel P., February 14, 1980

Box/Folder 54 : 6

Moynihan, Daniel P., August 15, 1980

Text 54 : 7

Mroczyk, Peter, July 8, 1987

Box/Folder 54 : 8

Muggeridge, Malcolm, August 20, 1973

Box/Folder 54 : 9

Muggeridge, Malcolm, February 5, 1975

Box/Folder 54 : 10

Muggeridge, Malcolm, June 27, 1978

Box/Folder 54 : 11

Muggeridge, Malcolm, May 21, 1979

Box/Folder 54 : 12

Muggeridge, Malcolm, September 14, 1986

Box/Folder 55 : 1

Muggeridge, Malcolm, June 27, 1978

Box/Folder 55 : 2

Muggeridge, Malcolm, September 6, 1980

Box/Folder 55 : 3

Muggeridge, Malcolm, September 6, 1980

Box/Folder 55 : 4

Muggeridge, Malcolm, February 19, 1984

Box/Folder 55 : 5

Murray, Charles, January 28, 1984

Box/Folder 55 : 6

Murray, Charles, November 7, 1988

Box/Folder 55 : 7

Nahas, Gabriel; Trebach, Arnold, May 22, 1985

Box/Folder 55 : 8

Navarro, Anthony, July 15, 1981

Box/Folder 55 : 9

Navasky, Victor, December 4, 1980

Box/Folder 56 : 1

Neier, Arych; Dershowitz, Alan; Haag, Ernest van den, July 20, 1978

Box/Folder 56 : 2

Netanyahu, Benjamin; Kemoularia, Claude de, May 30, 1986

Box/Folder 56 : 3

Neuhaus, Richard John, September 18, 1984

Box/Folder 56 : 4

Neuhaus, Richard John, January 12, 1993

Box/Folder 56 : 5

Neuhaus, Richard John; Fried, Charles, July 24, 1990

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Neuhaus, Richard John, December 10, 1987

Box/Folder 56 : 7

Neuhaus, Richard John; Spong, John S., June 8, 1988

Box/Folder 56 : 8

Newfield, Jack; DeBrul, Paul; Starr, Roger,

Box/Folder 56 : 9

Niemeyer, Gerhart; McInerny, Ralph; Solomon, W. David, January 6, 1984

Box/Folder 56 : 10

"Richard Nixon and Young Conservatives" Smith, J. Bryan; Harroff, Mark; Rohrabacher, Dana; Hukari, Harvey, June 16, 1972

Box/Folder 56 : 11

Noonan, Peggy, November 30, 1992

Box/Folder 56 : 12

North, James; Chettle, John, April 1, 1985

Box/Folder 56 : 13

Norton, Eleanor Holmes, July 15, 1991

Box/Folder 56 : 14

Norton, Howard; Smith, Liz; Hentoff, Nat, July 8, 1976

Box/Folder 57 : 1

Novak, Micahel; Halbert, John K., June 12, 1981

Box/Folder 57 : 2

Novak, Michael; Weigel, George, May 27, 1987

Box/Folder 57 : 3

Novak, Michael; McBrien, Richard, February 29, 1988

Box/Folder 57 : 4

Nuland, Sherwin, November 1, 1989

Box/Folder 57 : 5

O' Beirne, Kate Walsh; Fliegel, Sy, October 1, 1990

Box/Folder 57 : 6

O'Brien, Darcy; Watkins, John G., November 12, 1985

Box/Folder 57 : 7

Ogburn, Charlton; Charney, Maurice, December 11, 1984

Box/Folder 57 : 8

O'Hare, Joseph A.; Steinfels, Peter, October 11, 1979

Box/Folder 57 : 9

O'Keefe, Sean, March 30, 1993

Box/Folder 57 : 10

"OPEC" Adelman, M. A.; Spriggs, Dillard P., April 11, 1979

Box/Folder 57 : 11

Osnos, Peter; Haag, Ernest van den, November 4, 1991

Box/Folder 57 : 12

Ossa, Nena; Birns, Laurence; Geyer, Georgie Ann, April 25, 1977

Box/Folder 57 : 13

O'Sullivan, John; Pilpel, Harriet, November 28, 1988

Text : 57 : 14

O'Sullivan, John; Brookhiser, Richard, November 4, 1992

Box/Folder 57 : 15

O'Sullivan, John; Sobran, Joseph, January 26, 1993

Box/Folder 58 : 1

Owen, David, July 25, 1977

Box/Folder 58 : 2

"The Ozone Controversy" Peterson, Russell W.; McElroy, Michael S.; Scorer, Richard S., July 9, 1975

Box/Folder 58 : 3

"Panama and the U.S." Lakas, Demetrio, September 30, 1976

Box/Folder 58 : 4

Panama Canal debate, July 13, 1978

Box/Folder 58 : 5

Panama Canal I, circa 1977

Box/Folder 58 : 6

Panamal Canal II, circa 1977

Box/Folder 58 : 7

Pataki, George E., August 2, 1995

Box/Folder 58 : 9

Paul, Ron, January 19, 1988

Box/Folder 58 : 10

Pelaez, Emmanuel, October 26, 1986

Box/Folder 59 : 1

"The Pentagon Papers" Ellsberg, Daniel, July 25, 1972

Box/Folder 59 : 2

Perle, Richard; Hyland, William, January 7, 1988

Box/Folder 59 : 3

Perlmutter, Nathan; Fern, Leonard, July 20, 1980

Box/Folder 59 : 4

Peters, Charles; Kinsley, Michael, January 13, 1985

Box/Folder 59 : 5

Peterson, Peter, June 17, 1981

Box/Folder 59 : 7

"The Future of Philanthropy" Hunter, David R.; Lyman, Richard W.; Marting, Leeda P., April 29, 1982

Box/Folder 59 : 8

Pickens, T. Boone, September 20, 1990

Box/Folder 59 : 9

Pilpel, Harriet; Jordan, June, August 26, 1976

Box/Folder 60 : 1

Pilpel, Harriet; Harrington, Donald; Davidson, Jim, February 24, 1981

Box/Folder 60 : 2

Pilpel, Harriet; Guggenheim, Martin, December 1, 1983

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Pilpel, Harriet; Dworkin, Andrea, February 25, 1985

Box/Folder 60 : 4

Pilpel, Harriet; Haag, Ernest van den, December 11, 1986

Box/Folder 60 : 5

Pinera, Jose, April 28, 1988

Box/Folder 60 : 6

Pinker, Steven, July 11, 1995

Box/Folder 60 : 7

Pipes, Daniel; Hauser, Rita, June 26, 1991

Box/Folder 60 : 8

Pipes, Richard, December 9, 1982

Box/Folder 60 : 10

Pipes, Richard, September 17, 1991

Box/Folder 60 : 11

Pitts, Frank, January 11, 1982

Box/Folder 60 : 12

Podhoretz, Norman, November 4, 1992

Box/Folder 60 : 13

Podhoretz, Norman, November 29, 1979

Box/Folder 60 : 14

Pope, Carl; Quenon, Robert H., October 9, 1990

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Powell, Enoch, October 20, 1970

Box/Folder 60 : 16

Powell, Enoch, February 20, 1984

Box/Folder 60 : 17

Powell, James; Bryant, John, October 11, 1988

Box/Folder 60 : 18

Powers, Thomas, March 26, 1980

Box/Folder 61 : 1

Prichard, Edward F. Jr., October 27, 1982

Box/Folder 61 : 2

Pressler, Larry; Rockefeller, Percy; Robertson, Pat; Shakespeare, Frank, April 27, 1981

Box/Folder 61 : 3

Purcell, Susan Kaufman; Roett, Riordan, August 24, 1988

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Ramus, Orestes Jr.; Agrait, Luis; Camach, Luis, September 25, 1978

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Rabin, Yitzhak, May 9, 1975

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Rae, Bob, January 19, 1992

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Raviteh, Diane; Cheney, Lynne, September 18, 1987

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Reagan, Ronald, July 15, 1971

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Reagan, Ronald, January 14, 1980

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Recchia, Richard D., January 26, 1993

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Reeves, Richard, December 10, 1945

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Reeves, Thomas; Lee, Robert E., July 15, 1982

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Reich, Otto; Alzugaray, Manuael A., September 3, 1985

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Reich, Robert B., July 7, 1983

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Reich, Robert; Lekachman, Robert, June 1, 1987

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Remnick, David, November 29, 1994

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Reid, James, February 14, 1975

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Revel, Jean-Francois, November 15, 1984

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"Resolved: That Affirmative Action Goals for Minorities and Women Should Be Abolished," October 13, 1983

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Richardson, Elliot, May 26, 1971

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Richardson, Elliot, December 20, 1973

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Richardson, Heather, March 30, 1993

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Richardson, Heather, March 30, 1993

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Rivlin, Alice, November 4, 1992

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Roberts, Paul Craig; Malkiel, Burton, March 31, 1980

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Rocard, Michael, February 23, 1984

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Roche, George, November 29, 1979

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Roche, George, May 21, 1991

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Rohatyn, Felix, July 21, 1982

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Rostow, Eugene, September 22, 1993

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Rostow, Walt W., September 1, 1971

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Rostow, Walt W., February 22, 1983

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Rowny, Edward L., December 1, 1986

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Ruckelhaus, William, November 12, 1973

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Rumsfeld, Donald, October 9, 1975

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Rurarz, Zidzslaw, April 15, 1982

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Rusher, William A., March 25, 1981

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Rusher, William A.; Miller, Howard, September 10, 1981

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Rusher, William A.; Leach, Jim, September 6, 1984

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Rutler, George; Smith, William, December 6, 1984

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Ryan, Allan Jr.; Zumbakis, S. Paul, February 24, 1987

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Salisbory, Harrison E., January 30, 1978

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Salonen, Neil Albert; Kaufman, Ben L., January 3, 1977

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"The SALT Agreements," July 9, 1972

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"Resolved: That the SALT Talks Are in the Interest of U.S. Security," September 19, 1978

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Scali, John; Frederick, Pauline, September 4, 1974

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Scheer, Robert; Kinsley, Michael, January 5, 1983

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Seignious, George M., August 16, 1979

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Walters, Vernon, May 31, 1978

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Walters, Vernon, May 27, 1987

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Walters, Vernon, January 8, 1992

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Walters, Vernon, January 12, 1993

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War Crimes, Part I, July 7, 1971

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War Crimes, Part II, July 7, 1971

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"Conservatives and Watergate," June 20, 1973

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"Resolved: The Watergate Investigation Has Been Vindicated," November 26, 1973

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Watson, Jack H., May 15, 1980

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Wattleton, Faye, August 23, 1989

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Weidenbaum, Murray; Wise, Robert E. Jr., October 9, 1990

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Wennbergg, John E., March 30, 1993

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Weinberger, Caspar, March 30, 1973

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Weinberger, Caspar, June 2, 1986

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Weinberger, Caspar, October 14, 1987

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Weinberger, Caspar, June 2, 1989

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Weinstein, Allen; Theoharis, Athan, March 21, 1978

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Wellstood, Dick; Taylor, Billy, December 9, 1980

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Welty, Eudora; Percy, Walker, December 12, 1972

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Westin, Alan; Green, Ronald M., March 30, 1981

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Westmoreland, William C., January 23, 1976

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Westmoreland, William C., September 20, 1979

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White, Mark, November 1, 1985

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White, Shelby, January 12, 1993

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Wicker, Tom; Safire, William, March 10, 1975

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The Whiffenpoofs, February 26, 1985

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Williams, Edward Bennett, May 3, 1974

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Williams, Shirley, circa 1973

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Williams, Shirley, December 6, 1973

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Williams, Walter; Solarz, Stephen, September 15, 1983

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Wills, Garry, January 10, 1973

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Wilson, Harold, May 13, 1983

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Wilson, James Q., November 14, 1975

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Wilson, James Q., September 22, 1993

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Wilson, Pete; Maddy, Ken, September 14, 1977

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Winspinger, William, March 2, 1982

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Wolfe, Tom, December 17, 1970

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Wolfe, Tom, July 9, 1975

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Wolfe, Tom, October 1, 1981

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Wolfe, Tom, January 17, 1990

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"Resolved: Women Have It At Least as Good as Men," November 30, 1982

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Woodward, Bob; Bernstein, Carl, July 9, 1974

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Worthington, Peter, August 22, 1978

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Wriston, Walter, May 30, 1986

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Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) Directors, August 15, 1975

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YAF, August 29, 1977

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Quare Universitas, May 31, 1985

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Yergin, Daniel, January 8, 1991

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Zemsky, Robert, June 11, 1993

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Zielinziger, Michael; Herman, Dick; Yepson, Dare, April 18, 1984

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Zion, Sidney; Hinkle, Warren; Rumsfeld, Donald, January 13, 1969

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Zion, Sidney; Zogby, James, January 19, 1988

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Zion, Sidney; Zogby, James, June 26, 1991

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Zumwalt, Elmo R. Jr., May 14, 1976

 

Program files, 1966-1999

Program Number 1

Poverty: Hopeful or Hopeless? 4 April 1966

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Program Number 2

Prayer in the Public Schools, 6 April 1966

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Program Number 3

Vietnam: Pull Out? Stay In? Escalate? 8 April 1966

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Program Number 4

Capital Punishment, 11 April 1966

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Program Number 5

Where Does the Civil-Rights Movement Go Now? 18 April 1966

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Program Number 6

Should the House Committee on Un-American Activities Be Abolished? 21 April 1966

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Program Number 7

The Prevailing Bias, 2 May 1966

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Program Number 8

The New Frontier: The Great Society, 6 May 1966

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Program Number 9

Civil Disobedience: How Far Can It Go? 16 May 1966

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Program Number 10

McCarthyism: Past, Present, Future, 16 May 1966

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Program Number 11

Vietnam: What Next? 23 May 1966

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Program Number 12

The Future of States' Rights, 23 May 1966

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Program Number 13

The Future of the Republican Party, 26 May 1966

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Program Number 14

The Future of the American Theater, 6 June 1966

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Program Number 15

Bobby Kennedy and Other Mixed Blessings, 6 June 1966

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Program Number 16

The Future of Conservatism, 9 June 1966

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Program Number 17

Public Power vs. Private Power, 9 June 1966

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Program Number 18

Communists and Civil Liberties, 10 June 1966

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Program Number 19

The Role of the Church Militant, 27 June 1966

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Program Number 20

Why Are the Students Unhappy? 27 June 1966

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Program Number 21

Senator Dodd and General Klein, 22 August 1966

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Program Number 22

Extremism, 22 August 1966

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Program Number 23

Civil Rights and Foreign Policy, 22 August 1966

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Program Number 24

The President and the Press, 12 September 1966

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Program Number 25

Are Public Schools Necessary? 12 September 1966

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Program Number 26

The Playboy Philosophy, 12 September 1966

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Program Number 27

Do Liberals Make Good Republicans? 15 September 1966

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Program Number 28

Should Labor Power Be Reduced? 19 September 1966

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Program Number 29

Communist China and the United Nations, 19 September 1966

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Program Number 30

National Priorities and Disarmament, 3 October 1966

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Program Number 31

LBJ and Evans & Novak, 3 October 1966

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Program Number 32

Civilian Review Board: Yes or No? 7 October 1966

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Program Number 33

Criminals and the Supreme Court, 7 November 1966

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Program Number 34

Open Housing, 7 November 1966

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Program Number 35

The Failure of Organized Religion, 14 November 1966

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Program Number 36

What to Do with the American Teenager? 14 November 1966

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Program Number 37

Elections 1966 and 1968, 21 November 1966

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Program Number 38

Sports, Persecution, and Christians, 28 November 1966

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Program Number 39

The Warren Report: Fact or Fiction? 1 December 1966

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Program Number 40

Rhodesia, the UN, and Southern Africa, 12 January 1967

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Program Number 41

LBJ and the Intellectuals, 12 January 1967

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Program Number 42

Academic Freedom and Berkeley, 16 January 1967

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Program Number 43

Presidential Politics, 16 January 1967

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Program Number 44

The Role of the Advocate, 19 January 1967

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Program Number 45

The Future of the UN, 19 January 1967

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Program Number 46

Do the States Have a Chance? 6 March 1967

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Program Number 47

LBJ and Vietnam, 6 March 1967

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Program Number 48

Politics and the President, 7 March 1967

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Program Number 49

Black Power, 7 March 1967

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Program Number 50

Is There a Role for a Third Party? 8 March 1967

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Program Number 51

U.S. Policy in Southeast Asia, 8 March 1967

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Program Number 52

Do We Have Anything Left to Fear from Socialism? 9 March 1967

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Program Number 53

The World of LSD, 10 April 1967

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Program Number 54

Censorship and the Production Code, 10 April 1967

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Program Number 55

The Regular in Politics, 1 May 1967

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Program Number 56

How to Protest, 1 May 1967

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Program Number 57

The Liberals and LBJ, 15 May 1967

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Program Number 58

The Poverty Problem, 15 May 1967

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Program Number 59

Is Ramparts Magazine Un-American? 26 June 1967

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Program Number 60

Vietnam Protests, 26 June 1967

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Program Number 61

The Mideast Crisis, 29 June 1967

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Program Number 62

The Decline of Anti-Communism [1967], 29 June 1967

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Program Number 63

Is It Possible to Be a Good Governor? [1967], 6 July 1967

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Program Number 64

Is the World Funny? 7 July 1967

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Program Number 65

Vietnam, 8 July 1967

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Program Number 66

The Ghetto, 28 August 1967

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Program Number 67

Municipal Government, 28 August 1967

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Program Number 68

A Foreign Policy for the GOP, 11 September 1967

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Program Number 69

The Future of the GOP, 14 September 1967

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Program Number 70

Vietnam and the GOP, 25 September 1967

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Program Number 71

Medicare, 25 September 1967

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Program Number 72

Is There a New God? 6 October 1967

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Program Number 73

The English Conservatives, 6 October 1967

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Program Number 74

The Union in Modern Society, 7 October 1967

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Program Number 75

Is Socialism the Answer? 7 October 1967

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Program Number 76

War Crimes, 13 November 1967

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Program Number 77

The Struggle for Democracy in Brazil, 13 November 1967

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Program Number 78

Do We Need Public Schools? 11 December 1967

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Program Number 79

Mobilizing the Poor, 11 December 1967

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Program Number 80

Is There a Need for Intelligence? 14 December 1967

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Program Number 81

Was Goldwater a Mistake? 14 December 1967

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Program Number 82

The John Birch Society, 8 January 1968

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Program Number 83

The Economic Crisis, 8 January 1968

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Program Number 84

Was the Civil-Rights Crusade a Mistake? 15 January 1968

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Program Number 85

Student Power, 15 January 1968

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Program Number 86

The Ghost of the Army-McCarthy Hearings: Part I, 19 January 1968

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Program Number 87

The Ghost of the Army-McCarthy Hearings: Part II, 19 January 1968

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Program Number 88

The Wallace Crusade, 24 January 1968

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Program Number 89

Wiretapping--Electronic Bugging, 24 January 1968

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Program Number 90

Philby and Treason, 26 February 1968

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Program Number 91

The Culture of the Left, 26 February 1968

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Program Number 92

The Anti-Communist Left, 27 February 1968

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Program Number 93

English Youth and Vietnam, 27 February 1968

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Program Number 94

Robert F. Kennedy, 15 April 1968

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Program Number 95

The Wallace Movement, 15 April 1968

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Program Number 96

The New Left, 25 April 1968

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Program Number 97

The Middle East [1968], 25 April 1968

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Program Number 98

Can We Win in Vietnam? 7 May 1968

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Program Number 99

The Avant Garde, 7 May 1968

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Program Number 100

Governing the Cities, 24 May 1968

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Program Number 101

The Republicans and the Cities, 24 May 1968

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Program Number 102

Armies of the Night, 28 May 1968

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Program Number 103

Journals of News and Opinion, 28 May 1968

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Program Number 104

Unrest on the Campus, 20 June 1968

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Program Number 105

Violence, 20 June 1968

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Program Number 106

The Rib Uncaged: Women and the Church, 24 June 1968

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Program Number 107

Obscenity and the Supreme Court, 24 June 1968

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Program Number 108

Has the Republican Party Anything to Offer? 8 July 1968

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Program Number 109

The Washington Press, 8 July 1968

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Program Number 110

Liberalism and the Intellectuals, 10 July 1968

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Program Number 111

The Socialist Workers' Party and American Politics, 10 July 1968

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Program Number 112

Capital Punishment, 3 September 1968

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Program Number 113

The Hippies, 3 September 1968

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Program Number 114

Money Troubles, 9 September 1968

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Program Number 115

The McCarthy Phenomenon, 9 September 1968

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Program Number 116

The Cold War, 23 September 1968

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Program Number 117

Some Problems of the Freshman Senator, 23 September 1968

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Program Number 118

Korean War Defectors, 7 October 1968

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Program Number 119

Politics and Show Biz, 7 October 1968

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Program Number 120

Why Do So Many Canadians Hate America? 21 October 1968

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Program Number 121

Is South Africa Everybody's Business? 4 November 1968

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Program Number 122

The Influence of TV on American Politics, 4 November 1968

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Program Number 123

Cracking the Cities' Problem, 13 November 1968

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Program Number 124

The Black Panthers, 13 November 1968

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Program Number 125

Jerusalem and the Middle East, 18 November 1968

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Program Number 126

The Republic of New Africa, 18 November 1968

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Program Number 127

Does Science Emerge Supreme? 9 December 1968

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Program Number 128

The American Challenge, 9 December 1968

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Program Number 129

The Uses of Animals, 12 December 1968

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Program Number 130

Muhammad Ali and the Negro Movement, 12 December 1968

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Program Number 131

The Issues in the School Strike, 6 January 1969

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Program Number 132

The Plight of the American Novelist, 6 January 1969

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Program Number 133

The Walker Report, 13 January 1969

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Program Number 134

The Tragedy of Lyndon Johnson, 13 January 1969

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Program Number 135

How Goes It with the Poverty Program? 27 January 1969

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Program Number 136

The Unfinished Odyssey of Robert Kennedy, 27 January 1969

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Program Number 137

The Ripon Society, 24 February 1969

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Program Number 138

The Fifth Amendment, 24 February 1969

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Program Number 139

Black Anti-Semitism, 25 February 1969

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Program Number 140

Restructuring the University, 25 February 1969

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Program Number 141

Police Power, 26 February 1969

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Program Number 142

Black Student Power, 26 February 1969

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Program Number 143

Vietnam and the Intellectuals, 3 April 1969

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Program Number 144

Urban Development and the Race Question, 3 April 1969

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Program Number 145

Modernism in the Catholic Church, 21 April 1969

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Program Number 146

The Campus Destroyers, 21 April 1969

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Program Number 147

The ABM Conflict, 28 April 1969

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Program Number 148

Problems of a Chief Executive, 28 April 1969

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Program Number 149

Cornell and the Conflict of Generations, 19 May 1969

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Program Number 150

The Trouble with Enoch, 19 May 1969

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Program Number 151

ABM, 2 June 1969

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Program Number 152

Afro-American Studies, 2 June 1969

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Program Number 153

The Decline of Christianity, 12 June 1969

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Program Number 154

Labor Unions and American Freedom, 12 June 1969

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Program Number 155

Violence in America, 23 June 1969

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Program Number 156

The Population Explosion, 23 June 1969

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Program Number 157

Marijuana--How Harmful? 7 July 1969

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Program Number 158

The Conservative Party and the Future of the GOP, 7 July 1969

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Program Number 159

The Irish Problem, 22 July 1969

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Program Number 160

The Decline of Anti-Communism [1969], 22 July 1969

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Program Number 161

Monarchy and the Modern World, 23 July 1969

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Program Number 162

The UN and World Affairs, 23 July 1969

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Program Number 163

Is There a Place for the Old Order? 24 July 1969

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Program Number 164

American Popularity Abroad, 24 July 1969

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Program Number 165

Post Office Reform, 9 September 1969

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Program Number 166

Where Should the Nixon Administration Go? 9 September 1969

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Program Number 167

Biafra and English Foreign Policy, 22 September 1969

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Program Number 168

Looking Back on de Gaulle, 22 September 1969

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Program Number 169

The Making of the President 1968, 22 September 1969

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Program Number 170

The Welfare-Reform Proposal, 7 October 1969

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Program Number 171

Race and Conservatism, 7 October 1969

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Program Number 172

Conservative vs. Progressive Republicanism, 24 October 1969

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Abortion, 24 October 1969

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Program Number 174

What Have We Learned from Socialism? 4 November 1969

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Program Number 175

Salvation, Rock Music, and the New Iconoclasm, 4 November 1969

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Program Number 176

The Selling of the President 1968, 10 November 1969

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Program Number 177

Negotiating for Peace, 10 November 1969

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Program Number 178

Vietnam, 6 December 1969

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Program Number 179

Reflections on the Current Scene, 6 December 1969

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Program Number 180

The Future of the Democratic Party, 9 December 1969

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Program Number 181

Why Don't Conservatives Understand? 9 December 1969

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Program Number 182

Tariffs, 18 December 1969

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Program Number 183

The Kennedy Years, 18 December 1969

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Program Number 184

Agnew and the Media, 6 January 1970

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Program Number 185

Dissent and Society, 6 January 1970

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Program Number 186

Skepticism and Disorder, 6 January 1970

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Program Number 187

The Oppenheimer Case, 15 January 1970

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Program Number 188

The Mylai Massacre, 15 January 1970

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Program Number 189

Broadcasting and the Public, 26 January 1970

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Program Number 190

Power, 26 January 1970

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Program Number 191

English and American Audiences, 11 March 1970

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Public Works, 11 March 1970

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Program Number 193

The Idea of The Great Ideas, 13 March 1970

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The New Realism in Movies, 13 March 1970

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ROTC, 2 April 1970

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National Review, 2 April 1970

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The Uses of Radicalism, 10 April 1970

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Order and the Law, 10 April 1970

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My Several Lives, 23 April 1970

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The New South, 23 April 1970

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Hunger and the Government, 5 May 1970

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The Southern Strategy, 5 May 1970

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Program Number 203

The Hess Story, 8 May 1970

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English Youth, 8 May 1970

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The British Abortion Act--Two Years Later, 9 May 1970

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The Road Back, 9 May 1970

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Politics and the Media, 9 June 1970

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The Escalation of Student Power, 9 June 1970

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The Twilight of the Presidency, 1 July 1970

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Program Number 210

The Stock Market--Ups and Downs, 1 July 1970

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Program Number 211

Roosevelt: The Soldier of Freedom, 28 August 1970

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International Trade, 28 August 1970

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Program Number 213

Marijuana and the Law, 3 September 1970

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Program Number 214

How Does It Look for the Dollar? 3 September 1970

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Program Number 215

The Pueblo Story, 10 September 1970

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The Supreme Court, Rule of Law, and Academic Freedom, 10 September 1970

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Why Are They Afraid of Bach? 28 September 1970

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The Middle East, 28 September 1970

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Between Two Ages: America's Role in the Technetronic Era, 8 October 1970

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Chile and the Future of South America, 8 October 1970

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Africa and Colonialism, 20 October 1970

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Britain's Most Controversial MP, 20 October 1970

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In Defense of Practical Socialism, 21 October 1970

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Three British Journalists Question WFB, 21 October 1970

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Program Number 225

Desegregation: How Far Should the Government Go? 30 November 1970

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What Is the Future of Catholic Education? 30 November 1970

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The Vice President's Speeches, 8 December 1970

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A Dialogue with Young Americans for Freedom, 8 December 1970

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Program Number 229

Radical Chic, 17 December 1970

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Vietnamization, 17 December 1970

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Program Number 231

The Karl Hess Phenomenon, 6 January 1971

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Amnesty and Counterrevolution, 6 January 1971

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Ecology, 7 January 1971

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Colleges and the Youth Cult, 7 January 1971

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Women's Lib, 11 January 1971

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Program Number 236

The Crisis of Private Insurance, 11 January 1971

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Program Number 237

The John Birch Society and the American Right, 2 March 1971

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The Responsibilities of the Scientists, 2 March 1971

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Program Number 239

AFTRA: Compulsory Unionism and Civil Liberties, 3 March 1971

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Program Number 240

Some Reflections on Television Programming, 3 March 1971

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Program Number 0000a

American Conservatives Confront 1972, 5 January 1972

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Program Number 0000b

John Kenneth Galbraith vs. William F. Buckley, Jr.: A Debate, 23 October 1970

Program Number FLS001, 1645, 1646

Harvest of Despair, 4 September 1986

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Program Number FLS002

A Firing Line Special: The Democratic Presidential Candidates, 1 July 1987

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A Firing Line Special: The Republican Presidential Candidates, 28 October 1987

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That the Right Is Better Able to Deal with the Soviets than the Left, 7 September 1988

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That George Bush and the Republican Party Are Better Able to Run the Country for the Next Four Years than Michael Dukakis and the Democratic Party, 5 October 1988

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A Firing Line Special: Sanctions and Apartheid, 20 April 1989

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That the Cold War Is Not Coming to an End, 19 June 1989

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That Free-Market Competitiveness Is Best for America, 13 September 1989

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That Drugs Should Be Legalized, 26 March 1990

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A Firing Line Special: A United Germany: Anything to Worry About? 25 June 1990

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That Government Is Not the Solution; It Is the Problem, 10 September 1990

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That Drug Prohibition Has Failed, 15 March 1991

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That Freedom of Thought Is in Danger on American Campuses, 28 August 1991

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That if You Want More Jobs, the Government Should Get Out of the Way, 26 March 1992

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That U.S. Industry Does Not Need Protection, 3 September 1992

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That Reducing the National Deficit in the Next Four Years Is a Top Priority, 8 December 1992

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That Women in the Military Should Be Excluded from Combat, 18 March 1993

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That We Need Not Fear the Religious Right, 9 September 1993

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That Political Correctness Is a Menace and a Bore, 3 December 1993

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That Welfare Has Done More Harm than Good, 15 March 1994

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That the Death Penalty Is a Good Thing, 24 May 1994

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That the Wall of Separation between Church and State Should Be Lowered, 8 September 1994

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That the Women's Movement Has Been Disastrous, 7 December 1994

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That We're Suing Ourselves to Death, 2 March 1995

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That All Immigration Should Be Drastically Reduced, 6 June 1995

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That the New Anti-Terror Bill Is Good for Americans, 10 August 1995

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That the Flat Tax Is Better than the Income Tax, 6 June 1995

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That the Government Has the Right to Regulate the Internet, 23 February 1996

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That the Marketplace Is Not a Social Enemy, 29 May 1996

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That Affirmative Action Should Be Terminated, 23 July 1996

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That the Republican Party Is Better Able to Run the Country for the Next Four Years than the Democratic Party, 19 October 1996

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That Social Security Should Be Privatized, 4 December 1996

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That the Environmentalists Are Going Too Far, Too Fast, 14 March 1997

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Program Number FLS132, 130

A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That Government Should Not Discriminate against Private Schools, 9 June 1997

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Program Number FLS201, 201

A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That Labor Unions Are Too Powerful, 17 July 1997

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Program Number FLS202, 202

A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That Trade with China Should Not Be Interrupted, 14 October 1997

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That the Evolutionists Should Acknowledge Creation, 4 December 1997

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That Black Americans Are Best Served by the Republican Party, 23 March 1998

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That the ACLU Is Full of Baloney, 4 May 1998

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That the U.S. Senate Should Lift the Cuban Trade Embargo, 20 July 1998

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A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That It's Time to Abolish the Welfare State, 3 December 1998

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Program Number FLS401, 401

A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: The Federal Government Should Not Impose a Tax on Electronic Commerce, 3 December 1999

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Program Number S0001, 1

Dump Nixon? 26 May 1971

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Free Medicine, 26 May 1971

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Separation of Church and State, 22 April 1971

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Strikes in Defiance of the Law, 15 June 1971

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The Black Caucus, 15 June 1971

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The Lawyer's Role, 24 June 1971

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War Crimes: Part I, 7 July 1971

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Revenue Sharing, 7 July 1971

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War Crimes: Part II, 7 July 1971

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Is It Possible to Be a Good Governor? [1971], 15 July 1971

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Is St. Augustine Relevant? 24 June 1971

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Program Number S0012, 12

Is America a Terrible Letdown? 30 June 1971

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The Problems of a Conservative Legislator, 15 July 1971

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What Has Happened to the American Spirit? 22 April 1971

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In Defense of Policy, 1 September 1971

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Law and Order in England, 30 July 1971

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Presidential Hopeful: Fred Harris, 14 September 1971

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The Politics of William Proxmire, 14 September 1971

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Is America Hospitable to the Negro? 2 October 1971

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Pornography, English Style, 30 July 1971

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The Case against Freedom, 2 October 1971

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Program Number S0022

Marijuana Reconsidered, 30 June 1971

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Program Number S0023

The Meaning of the China Vote, 29 October 1971

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Program Number S0024

Why Aren't Good Buildings Being Built? 2 November 1971

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The Place of the Treaty in International Affairs, 2 November 1971

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The News Twisters, 1 September 1971

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Program Number S0027

Nixon in the White House: The Frustration of Power, 22 November 1971

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Program Number S0028, 28

The American Conservatives and Mr. Nixon, 29 October 1971

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The Edgar Smith Story: Part I, 6 December 1971

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The Edgar Smith Story: Part II, 6 December 1971

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The Assault on Privacy, 22 November 1971

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Program Number S0032

Who Owns America? 16 November 1971

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The 18-to-21-Year-Old Vote, 16 November 1971

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Vietnamization, 17 January 1972

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Program Number S0035

Israel: War or Peace? 24 January 1972

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Program Number S0036

Vietnam: Looking Back, 17 January 1972

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Program Number S0037

Inside Israel, 24 January 1972

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The New Hampshire Primary, 29 February 1972

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Program Number S0039

The Meaning of China, 29 February 1972

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Program Number S0040, 43

Genocide, 8 February 1972

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Program Number S0041, 44

The Irish Problem, 25 March 1972

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Program Number S0042, 46

Fascism, Past and Present, 25 March 1972

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Program Number S0043, 47

An English Inquiry into American Conservatism, 8 February 1972

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Program Number S0044, 48

Government Secrecy, 20 April 1972

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Program Number S0045, 49

The Greek Dilemma, 20 April 1972

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Program Number S0046, 50

Election Reform, 5 May 1972

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Program Number S0047, 51

The Implications of the China Trip, 5 May 1972

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Program Number S0048, 52

Alcoholism, 15 May 1972

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Program Number S0049, 53

A Populist Manifesto, 15 May 1972

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Program Number S0050, 54

The Arab Side, 1 June 1972

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Program Number S0051, 55

Does Subversion Work? 1 June 1972

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Program Number S0052, 56

Richard Nixon and Young Conservatives, 16 June 1972

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Program Number S0053, 57

No-Fault Insurance, 16 June 1972

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Program Number S0054, 58

Music and Modernism, 16 June 1972

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Program Number S0055, 59

Three McGovern Delegates, 9 July 1972

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Program Number S0056, 60

Should the SALT Pact Be Approved? 9 July 1972

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Program Number S0057

Afternoon on the Potomac? 3 July 1972

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Program Number S0058, 62

The Pentagon Papers, 25 July 1972

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Program Number S0059, 69

On the Concorde, 3 July 1972

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Program Number S0060, 70

The McGovern Phenomenon, 22 September 1972

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Program Number S0061, 201

James R. Hoffa, 22 September 1972

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Program Number S0062, 202

The Jewish Vote, 3 October 1972

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Program Number S0063, 203

Sex Education, 3 October 1972

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Program Number S0064, 204

Hate America, 3 October 1972

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Program Number S0065, 205

The U.S. Election Viewed from Abroad, 27 October 1972

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Program Number S0066, 206

Abortion Laws: Pro and Con, 25 July 1972

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Program Number S0067, 207

Harold Macmillan, 1 November 1972

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Program Number S0068, 208

Christianity and Capitalism, 1 November 1972

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Program Number S0069, 209

The Free Market and America, 27 October 1972

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Program Number S0070, 210

Political Financing, 28 November 1972

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Program Number S0071, 211

The Old and the New Foreign Policy, 28 November 1972

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Program Number S0072, 212

Looking Back on the Civil-Rights Laws, 12 December 1972

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Program Number S0073, 213

The Southern Imagination, 12 December 1972

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Program Number S0074, 214

The Young, 21 December 1972

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Program Number S0075, 215

A Conservative Look at Marijuana, 21 December 1972

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Program Number S0076, 216

The Catholic Crisis, 10 January 1973

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Program Number S0077, 217

The CIA and Foreign Policy, 18 January 1973

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Program Number S0078, 218

The Future of Conservative Values, 18 January 1973

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Program Number S0079, 219

What Are the Challenges for Conservatives in 1973? 10 January 1973

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Program Number S0080, 220

How Does It Go with the Black Movement? 23 January 1973

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The White House and the Media, 1 February 1973

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Texas Politics, 23 January 1973

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The USIA, 1 February 1973

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The Irish Problem, 1973, 25 February 1973

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The Welfare State, 25 February 1973

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Corporal Punishment, 27 February 1973

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Women's Lib, 27 February 1973

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The Federal Government and Education, 30 March 1973

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The Equal Rights Amendment, 30 March 1973

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Proposals for Welfare, 23 April 1973

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What to Do about the Post Office, 23 April 1973

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The Implications of Watergate, 16 May 1973

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Limitations of Presidential Power, 24 May 1973

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Meat Prices and Agricultural Policy, 24 May 1973

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Conservatives View Watergate, 20 June 1973

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How Much Protection for the Press? 20 June 1973

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Legal Aspects of Abortion, 1 May 1973

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Drugs and Freedom, 16 May 1973

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Is There an Ecological Crisis? 1 May 1973

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Was It Worth It? 24 July 1973

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What Now for the Ghetto? 24 July 1973

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World Federalism Today, 30 July 1973

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Russian Jewry and American Foreign Policy, 30 July 1973

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Questions about America, 20 August 1973

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Democracy and Political Scandal, 22 August 1973

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Are Unions the Enemy of the Working Class? 22 August 1973

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Has America Had It? 20 August 1973

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The Energy Crisis and Energy Policy, 13 September 1973

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Amnesty, 13 September 1973

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The Security of Europe, 28 September 1973

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The Nixon Presidency, 28 September 1973

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The Mechanism of Moral Development, 16 October 1973

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Heredity, IQ, and Social Issues, 16 October 1973

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Can We Have an Independent Prosecutor? 12 November 1973

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The Middle East Explosion and American Detente, 12 November 1973

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Limits of Behavioral Control, 18 October 1973

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Psychosurgery and Brain Control, 18 October 1973

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Have We Learned Anything from Watergate? 7 December 1973

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The Jesus Movement, 7 December 1973

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The Future of the GOP, 20 December 1973

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The Views of a Nixonite, 20 December 1973

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Penal Reform, 14 January 1974

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The Revisionist Historians, 23 January 1974

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Mr. Buckley Defends His Four Reforms, 14 January 1974

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Government and Public Confidence, 21 January 1974

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The British Crisis, 12 February 1974

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Enoch Powell and the British Crisis, 13 February 1974

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Tax Reform, 21 January 1974

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Politics and Black Progress, 23 January 1974

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Ulster: 1974, 12 February 1974

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Catholicism and Socialism in Ireland, 12 February 1974

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The Question of South Africa, 13 March 1974

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The Question of Rhodesia, 15 March 1974

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The Republican Party and Mr. Nixon, 3 May 1974

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The Blackmailing of the President, 10 May 1974

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Where Do We Go from Here in the Middle East? 15 May 1974

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Should the United States Disarm? 10 May 1974

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How Strong Should the Presidency Be? 10 May 1974

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Justice and the Fifth Amendment, 3 May 1974

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Amnesty, 3 June 1974

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Government and the Arts, 3 June 1974

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The Future of the GOP, 28 June 1974

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The Kidnapper, the Victim, the Society, 15 May 1974

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The Limits of Journalistic Investigation, 9 July 1974

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Shockley's Thesis, 10 June 1974

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What Do We Want from SALT II? 22 July 1974

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Public Medicine? 10 June 1974

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Leadership in America, 9 July 1974

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Looking Back on George Jackson, 22 July 1974

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The Political Responsibility of Artists, 28 June 1974

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Buckley as UN Delegate, 4 September 1974

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The Nixon Experience and American Conservatism, 4 September 1974

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The President's Pardon, 12 September 1974

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Chile and the CIA, 20 September 1974

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England at the Brink, 10 September 1974

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The Economy, 20 September 1974

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Recognize Cuba? 21 October 1974

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Can You Strike against the State? 21 October 1975

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Election Rhetoric, 1974, 8 November 1974

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Russia and the Food Crisis, 8 November 1974

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The Post-Election South, 15 November 1974

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Democratic Culture, 15 November 1974

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Jews and American Politics, 2 December 1974

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The Energy Crisis and the Economy, 9 December 1974

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The Prospects for Democratic Moderation, 12 December 1974

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Government by Consensus, 9 December 1974

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Food and the Christian Conscience, 12 December 1974

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The Problem of the PLO, 8 January 1975

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Where Do We Go Now for Equality? 8 January 1975

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Oil: The Issue of American Intervention, 13 January 1975

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How to Speak the Lord's Language, 13 January 1975

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Legal Rights of Teenagers, 2 December 1974

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Three British MPs against William F. Buckley Jr., 4 February 1975

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The Communist Party and British Policy, 4 February 1975

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The Intellectual's Responsibilities in an Age of Totalitarian, 5 February 1975

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William F. Buckley Jr., Malcolm Muggeridge, and the World, 5 February 1975

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Integrity and Journalism, 10 March 1975

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Do We Have Continuing Responsibilities in Indochina? 10 March 1975

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Feminism, 31 March 1975

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The First Republican Governor of South Carolina in 100 Years, 11 April 1975

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Who Killed Bobby Kennedy? 11 April 1975

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Abortion, 31 March 1975

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American Prestige in Europe, 28 April 1975

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The Economic Quandary, 28 April 1975

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Was Israel Responsible for Kissinger's Failure? 9 May 1975

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Hawk and Dove within Israel, 9 May 1975

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Greek Anti-Americanism, 10 May 1975

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Is Detente Working? 28 May 1975

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Oil and the Arab Cause, 28 May 1975

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The Ozone Controversy, 9 July 1975

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Tom Wolfe and The Painted Word, 9 July 1975

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The Breach of Faith, 22 July 1975

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Should the Government Have Secrets? 22 July 1975

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Did Jack Anderson Con the President? 6 August 1975

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The Third Party, 15 August 1975

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The Concerns of Young Conservatives, 15 August 1975

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Where Are We Headed with Disarmament? 6 August 1975

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The Politics of Henry Kissinger, 10 September 1975

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The British Mess, with the First Lady of British Politics, 14 September 1975

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Unemployment, Inflation, and the Economy, 9 September 1975

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How the Vietnam War Was Lost, 14 September 1975

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The Practical Limits of Liberalism, 3 October 1975

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Is Our Military Defense Adequate? 9 October 1975

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The FCC and Public Policy, 9 October 1975

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Running the White House, 9 October 1975

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The Implication of the Manson Phenomenon, 3 October 1975

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The Right to Die (or Live), 14 November 1975

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Crime and Criminals, 14 November 1975

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The Zionist Vote, 26 November 1975

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What Can the Intellectuals Do for the City? 26 November 1975

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The Presidential Assassination, 4 December 1975

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Intelligence and Security, 4 December 1975

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Is the Stock Market Honest? 10 December 1975

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Should We Choose Our Presidents Differently? 10 December 1975

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The Russians, 8 January 1976

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Are the Major Parties Stalemated? 8 January 1976

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The Concorde Conspiracy, 23 January 1976

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What Did the Military Learn from Vietnam? 23 January 1976

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The Uses of the United Nations, 26 January 1976

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The Educator's Dilemma, 26 January 1976

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The Future of Spain, 23 February 1976

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Foreign Policy and the Role of Spain, 24 February 1976

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Buckley on an English Firing Line, 9 March 1976

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What Is Their CIA Up To? 9 March 1976

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The Vision of Solzhenitsyn, 10 March 1976

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The Responsibilities of an Ambassador, 10 March 1976

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The Uses of Royalty, 10 March 1976

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Has Jerry Rubin Grown Up? 12 April 1976

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The Implications of the Hearst Trial, 12 April 1976

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Unemployment, 6 May 1976

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Is There Any Soviet Justice? 6 May 1976

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The New Spiro T. Agnew, 14 May 1976

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U.S. Defense and the Political Campaign, 14 May 1976

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The Intimate Lyndon Johnson, 14 May 1976

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The People's Bicentennial as Spoilsports, 28 June 1976

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Would Anarchy Work? 28 June 1976

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Who's More Electable-Ford or Reagan? 15 July 1976

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Looking at the Democratic Convention, 15 July 1976

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Hentoff, Smith, and Norton vs. William F. Buckley Jr., 8 July 1976

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Free Speech vs. Fairness in Broadcasting, 8 July 1976

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Church Schools and the First Amendment, 2 August 1976

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Federal Health? 2 August 1976

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The Economic Planks of Both Parties, 26 August 1976

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Should Books like Little Black Sambo Be on Library Shelves? 26 August 1976

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Diplomacy for a Crowded World, 9 September 1976

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America in a Hostile World, 9 September 1976

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Subversion and the Law, 20 September 1976

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The Claims of Jimmy Carter, 20 September 1976

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The Problems of the Panama Canal, 30 September 1976

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Panama and the U.S., 30 September 1976

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Ten Years of Firing Line: 1966-1976: Part I, 20 September 1976

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Ten Years of Firing Line: 1966-1976: Part II, 20 September 1976

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The Electoral Verdict, 4 November 1976

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Caracas and U.S. Policy, 4 October 1976

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What's Going On in China? 4 November 1976

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Venezuela and the U.S., 4 October 1976

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The Problems of Massachusetts, 23 November 1976

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The Future of Private Colleges, 23 November 1976

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Deep Throat and the First Amendment, 13 December 1976

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The Death Penalty, 13 December 1976

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Freedom under the Bill of Rights, 3 January 1977

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The Moon Movement, 3 January 1977

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The Education of Eldridge Cleaver, 14 January 1977

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Gun Control, 10 January 1977

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The Latin Liturgy, 10 January 1977

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Program Number S0266, 632

Intelligence Operations in the 20th Century, 14 January 1977

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Program Number S0267, 633

Borges: South America's Titan, 1 February 1977

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Program Number S0268, 634

Terror in Latin America, 1 February 1977

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Program Number S0269, 635

Argentina after Peron, 31 January 1977

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Program Number S0270, 636

Should the U.S. Pressure Argentina? 31 January 1977

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Program Number S0271, 637

Human Rights, 9 March 1977

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Program Number S0272, 638

How Much Liberty? 8 March 1977

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Program Number S0273, 639

Is There a Solution for Rhodesia? 9 March 1977

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Program Number S0274, 640

Disarmament and Jimmy Carter, 8 March 1977

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Program Number S0275, 641

Divestiture of Oil Companies, 28 March 1977

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Program Number S0276, 642

The Republicans, 28 March 1977

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Program Number S0277, 643

The End of Education? 25 April 1977

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Program Number S0278, 644

Looking Back on Allende, 25 April 1977

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Program Number S0279, 645

The Impact of the Space Program, 18 May 1977

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Program Number S0280, 646

Nixon Revisited, 18 May 1977

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Program Number S0281, 701

What's Happening in South Africa? 12 May 1977

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Program Number S0282, 702

The Council on Foreign Relations and Foreign Policy, 15 June 1977

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Program Number S0283, 703

Decriminalize Marijuana? 15 June 1977

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Program Number S0284, 704

What's Up with Eurocommunism? 27 June 1977

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Program Number S0285, 705

Rhodesia Blackout, 27 June 1977

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Program Number S0286, 706, 706R

The Foreign-Policy Problems of Great Britain, 25 June 1977, 6 January 1978

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Program Number S0287, 707, 707R

Human Rights in the USSR, 25 July 1977, 30 December 1978

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Program Number S0288, 708, 708R

What Have We Learned from the Failure of British Socialism? 25 July 1977, 23 December 1978

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Program Number S0289, 709

The Soviet Intelligence Apparatus, 26 July 1977

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Program Number S0290, 710

Young Americans for Freedom, 29 August 1977

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Program Number S0291, 711

The Abuse of Power, 29 August 1977

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Program Number S0292, 712

The Race against Jerry Brown, 14 September 1977

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Program Number S0293, 713

The Problem of the Illegals, 14 September 1977

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Program Number S0294, 714

Normalization, 26 September 1977

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Program Number S0295, 715

The New Panama Treaty, 26 September 1977

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Program Number S0296, 716

Federalized Welfare (Debate): Part I, 24 September 1977

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Program Number S0297, 717

Federalized Welfare (Debate): Part II, 24 September 1977

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Program Number S0298, 718, 718R

Government by Judiciary, 5 October 1977, 23 June 1978

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Program Number S0299, 719, 719R

Abortion: The Hyde Amendment, 5 October 1977, 17 February 1978

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Program Number S0300, 720

Is There a Case for Private Property? 7 November 1977

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Program Number S0301, 721

Has President Carter Let Blacks Down? 7 November 1977

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Program Number S0302, 722, 722R

Ferdinand Marcos: A Discussion, 17 November 1977, 23 February 1978

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Program Number S0303, 723

Martial Law in the Philippines, 17 November 1977

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Program Number S0304, 724

Does the Republican Party Have a Future? 21 November 1977

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Program Number S0305, 725

Asia Policy: A Hawaiian Perspective, 21 November 1977

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Program Number S0306, 726

A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That the Senate Should Ratify the Proposed Panama Canal Treaties, 13 January 1978

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Program Number S0307, 727

G. Gordon Liddy: An Enigma, 11 January 1978

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Program Number S0308, 728

William F. Buckley Jr. Faces the Firing Line, 11 January 1978

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Program Number S0309, 729

Exclusive Conversation with Chiang Ching-kuo, 12 November 1977

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Program Number S0310, 730

What Is the Future of Taiwan? 12 November 1977

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Program Number S0311, 731

Conscience and the Vietnam War, 30 January 1978

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Program Number S0312, 732

Is Soviet Policy an Extension of Russian Policy? 30 January 1978

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Program Number S0313, 733

The Role of Liberals in the Republican Party, 16 March 1978

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Program Number S0314, 734

How the U.S. Press Handled Tet, 16 March 1978

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Program Number S0315, 735

The Energy Crisis, 21 March 1978

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Program Number S0316, 736

The Guilt of Alger Hiss, 21 March 1978

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Program Number S0317, 737

[A Firing Line Debate]: Resolved: That the Price of Oil and Natural Gas Should Be Regulated by the Federal Government, 30 March 1978

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Program Number S0318, 738

The Experiences of Sam Ervin, 17 April 1978

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Program Number S0319, 739

Algeria Revisited, 17 April 1978

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Program Number S0320, 740

The Neutron Bomb, 24 April 1978

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Program Number S0321, 741

Cutting Your Taxes, 24 April 1978

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Program Number S0322, 742

The Holocaust Controversy, 12 May 1978

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Program Number S0323, 743

Public Policy and the Economy, 12 May 1978

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Program Number S0324, 744

The Psychological Society, 31 May 1978

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