Title: Ernest W. Lefever papers
Date (inclusive): 1933-2007
Collection Number: 73090
Lefever, Ernest W., 1919-
173 manuscript boxes, 4 envelopes, 1 album box
(71 linear feet)
Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Writings, correspondence, interview summaries, notes, printed matter, and photographs,
relating to pacifism in World War II, postwar African politics, United Nations
intervention in the Congo, nuclear proliferation, American military and police-training
aid to foreign countries, the role of religion in public policy, and activities of the
Ethics and Public Policy Center.
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United Nations--Congo (Democratic Republic)
Military assistance, American.
Africa--Politics and government--1960-
United States--Foreign relations.
United States--Armed Forces.
Congo (Democratic Republic)
Congo (Democratic Republic)--Politics and government--1960-
World War, 1939-1945--Conscientious objectors.
Conscientious objectors--United States.
Religion and international affairs.
Ethics and Public Policy Center (Washington, D.C.)
World War, 1939-1945.
|1919 Nov. 12
||Born, York, Pennsylvania
||Field Secretary, World Alliance of Young Mens' Christian Associations, United Kingdom and West Germany
||International affairs specialist, National Council of Churches
||Faculty, Department of Government, University of Maryland
Ethics and U.S. Foreign Policy
||Research staff, Acting Head, Foreign Affairs Division, Library of Congress
||Foreign affairs staff, Senator Hubert H. Humphrey
Profile of American Politics
||Research Associate, Washington Center for Foreign Policy Research, Johns Hopkins University
||Senior Staff, Institute of Defense Analyses, Washington
Arms and Arms Control
||Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, Brookings Institute
Crisis in the Congo
Uncertain Mandate: Politics of the U.N. Congo Operation
Spear and Scepter: Army, Policy and Politics in Tropical Africa
Ethics and World Politics
TV and National Defense: An Analysis of CBS News
||Founder and President, Ethics and Public Policy Center, Washington, D.C.
Morality and Foreign Policy
Amsterdam to Nairobi: The World Council of Churches and the Third World
Nuclear Arms in the Third World: U.S. Policy Dilemma
Will Capitalism Survive?
The CIA and the American Ethic
||Designate, Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs
The Apocalyptic Premise
Scholars, Dollars and Public Policy