Materials consist of largely of correspondence with and documents by or related to Erich Fromm and David Riesman, including
book reivews, articles, newspaper clippings, teaching notes, and more. Also includes documents related to the Committee of
Correspondence and the Committee of Correspondence newsletter, later called The Correspondent. A diary of Hagan's while at
a conference in Japan in 1964 and photographs from that time are also present. Much of the material in the collection relates
to the peace movement and the Socialist Party during the 1950s and 1960s.
Roger Hagan was the editor of the newsletter published by the Committee of Correspondence founded in 1960. Hagan had been
a graduate student assistant of David Riesman and was a frequent collaborator with him as well as with Erich Fromm. Hagan
worked as a research assistant for Fromm in the early 1960s.
3.0 Linear Feet
(6 boxes and 1 map folder)
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