The papers of University of California, Berkeley political scientist and foreign policy expert Paul Seabury.
Paul Seabury (1923-1990) was a nationally-recognized scholar and expert on United States foreign policy and international
politics. He was on faculty in the Department of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley and served in
an advisory role on President Ronald Reagan's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board and to the Department of State. Seabury
also served as Chairman of UC Berkeley's R.O.T.C Advisory Committee, as Chairman of the National Executive Committee of the
Americans for Democratic Action (1961-1962), and as director of the Freedom House and the League for Industrial Democracy.
Seabury wrote prolifically, authoring over a dozen books and numerous articles on foreign policy and other areas of interest.
He received the Bancroft Prize from Columbia University. Seabury also founded the Pumpkin Papers Irregulars, a group that
met for dinner every Halloween to celebrate the Whittaker Chambers-Alger Hiss case.
21 linear feet
(16 cartons, 1 oversize folder, 1 cassette box)
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