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Guide to the Stanley K. Sheinbaum Collection
Guide to the Stanley K. Sheinbaum Collection, 1920-2011 [bulk dates 1950s-2000s]
Collection number: Mss 217Department of Special Collections
University of California, Santa Barbara
- Processed by:
- Preliminary arrangement and description by D. Tambo and Y. Blue
- Date Completed:
- Apr. 12, 2012
- Latest revision:
- May 14, 2012
- Encoded by:
- A. Demeter
- General. Includes files on other families with the Sheinbaum (or similar) surname and Warner (SKS wife Betty's family). Box 1.
- Awards and Honors. Box 2.
Biographies, Oral Histories and Other about SKS.
- General. Includes cvs, resumés, and other biographical overview information. Box 2.
- Chronological files, 1949-2003, n.d. Mainly articles about SKS and copies of correspondence re important events in SKS' life. Boxes 3-4.
- Alphabetical. Mainly by surname of interviewer/author. Includes work by/for "Citizen Stan" documentary; Joan Didion interviews; Bruce B. Henderson interviews; Alan Jolis "Anatomy of a Citizen Warrior..." and interviews; William A. Meis, Jr. Stanley K. Sheinbaum: A 20th Century Knight's Quest for Peace, Civil Liberties and Economic Justice...; A Nation Lost and Found: 1936 America Remembered by Ordinary and Extraordinary People, compiled by Frank Pierson and Stanley K. Sheinbaum; Marc Raskin oral history project; Robert Scheer interviews; and UCLA Oral History by Dale Treleven and William van Benschoten. Boxes 4-6.
- Calendars. Daily appointments, 1968-1992. Box 7.
- Alphabetical. In/out. Includes "Assorted Nonsense" - things that SKS found amusing, Harry Girvetz, King Hussein, Alan Jolis, Sydney Pollack, Barbra Streisand, and Kit Tremaine. Box 7.
- Chronological, 1955-2011, n.d. Mainly outoing. Boxes 7-8.
- Packets, ca. 1982-2001. Arranged chronologically; contains copies of important correspondence by SKS or articles by others that he considered significant, and that he sent to various lists of individuals. Box 9.
- Dissertation Files, pre-1965. SKS didn't finish doctorate; copy burnt in CSDI fire - some existing files are charred from the fire. Box 10.
- Early Life. Includes DeWitt Clinton High School (New York), 1920-1934, military service (WWII), Oklahoma A&M, Stanford University - undergrad and grad school, application for federal employment. Box 11.
- Speeches by SKS, ca. 1964-1999. Arranged chronologically; includes talks, lectures, statements, broadcasts; includes supporting correspondence and research files. Boxes 11-13.
- Teaching. Files for Stanford (ca. 1950-1953), Michigan State University (ca. 1955-1957), University of California Santa Barbara (1963). Box 13.
- Travel. Mainly maps and travel guides of trips abroad, Middle East and elsewhere.
- Writings by SKS, ca. 1961-2003. Arranged alphabetically by title. See also CSDI series. Box 14.
- Alpha, ca. 1959-1974. People and subjects (often topics discussed by CSDI). Boxes 31-34.
- Chronological, ca. 1960-1971. Includes memos, papers, presentations and speeches by SKS, most relating to dialogue discussions and other CSDI events; also files re the Roof article on economics for Encyclopaedia Britannica. Boxes 35-36.
- Correspondence, ca. 1959-1970. In/out. Re CSDI matters. Boxes 36-37.
- Economics, ca. 1961-1964. Includes Encyclopaedia Britannica files for Roof article on economics. Box 37.
- Los Angeles, ca. 1964-1970. Mainly re CSDI members and events in L.A. Box 38.
- Important, ca. 1985-1996. Outgoing, arranged alphabetically by surname of recipient. Individual letters that SKS deemed important, along with related articles and other material. Includes Mario Cuomo, David Gardner, Albert Gore, Tom Hayden, Jesse Jackson, Edward Kennedy, Norman Lear, Howard Metzenbaum, Paul Simon, Barbra Streisand, John Warner, and Harold Willens. Box 40.
- Alphabetical, ca. 1960s-1990s. In/out. Individuals and organizations/projects/interests. Includes David E. Apter, Georgi Arbatov, Samuel R. Berger, Edmund G. Brown, CIA, William O. Douglas, Joan B. Kroc, Maggie Papandreou, Richard Parker, Shimon Peres, and Paul C. Warnke. Boxes 41-45.
- Chronological, 1960-2007. By year, then month. Early files outgoing correspondence only; later files in/out, with some accompanying materials. Boxes 46-65.
- Sub Files, 1960s-2003. Includes outgoing correspondence and related clippings, Boxes 66-68.
- Miscellaneous, ca. 1954-2008. By year, incoming and outgoing. Boxes 69-77. See also: Additions, Boxes 372-379.
- General, ca. 1980s-1990s. Alphabetical - includes events, some individuals, issues, and organizations. Boxes 78-81.
- Economists' Writings, ca. 1980s-mid 2000s. Alphabetical by surname - with articles and other writings by/about prominent economists and others re economic issues, and correspondence to/from SKS. Includes Kofi Annan, Jacques Barzun, Daniel Bell, Ben S. Bernanke, Carl Bernstein, Elisabeth Mann Borgese, David S. Broder, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Warren E. Buffett, Lou Cannon, Noam Chomsky, Richard G. Darman, Morris Dees, Alan Dershowitz, Peter Drucker, Paul Ehrlich, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Dick Flacks, Betty Friedan, Milton Friedman, Carlos Fuentes, James K. Galbraith, Leslie H. Gelb, David Gergen, Mikhail Gorbachev, Alan Greenspan, David Halberstam, Tom Hayden, Robert L. Heilbroner, Wallter W. Heller, Jim Hightower, Christopher Hitchens, George F. Kennan, John Maynard Keynes, Charles Krauthammer, Irving Kristol, Christopher Lasch, Bernard Lewis, Charles Lindbergh, Seymour Martin Lipset, Eugene J. McCarthy, Robert S. McNamara, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Ralph Nader, Richard M. Nixon, Sandra Day O'Connor, Olof Palme, Anna Quindlen, James Reston, David Rieff, Jeffrey Sachs, William Safire, Carl Sagan, Paul A. Samuelson, David A. Stockman, Lawrence H. Summers, James Tobin, Alvin and Heidi Toffler, Paul Tsongas, Barbara W. Tuchman, Thorstein Veblen, Nicholas Von Hoffman, Cornel West, George F. Will, and Garry Wills. Boxes 82-89.
- Major Economics/Economists, ca. latter 1970s-mid 2000s. Alphabetical by surname. Correspondence (in/out) and related articles. Includes files re John Kenneth Galbraith, Richard B. Parker, Sol Price, Robert B. Reich, Casey V. and Derek Shearer, and Joseph Stiglitz. Boxes 90-95.
- General, 1966-2004. Arranged chronologically, primarily articles and clippings, reports, some correspondence. Boxes 96-97.
- Alphabetical, ca. 1960s-2000s. Includes articles, correspondence, reports and other, esp. for Andreas Papandreou and Margaret (Maggie) Papandreou, and for individuals and topics/events such as Athens Economic Conference, CIA-Greek Coup, Five Continent Peace Initiative, Greece Economy, Greek Relief Committee, PAK (Panhellenic Liberation Movement), and George A. Papandreou. Boxes 98-108.
- General, ca. 1970-2008. Less than a box each, arranged alphabetically. Includes Americans for Peace Now, Kofi Annan, Anti-Semitism, Barbra Streisand Foundation, Black Panthere Party, Brennan Center for Justice, Californians Against Political Corruption, CIA, Citizens for Tax Justice, Geoffrey Cowan, Alan Cranston, Mario M. Cuomo and Andrew M. Cuomo, Nathan Gardels, Mikhail Gorbachev, David Horowitz, Dolores Huerta, Arianna Huffington, John Birch Society, [Lyndon] LaRouche, Norman Lear, Nelson Mandela, Michael Manley, Media Bias, Bill Moyers, Nuclear Cooperation, Richard Parker, Police/FBI, Colin Powell, Rainbow Push, Santa Barbara, Scientology, SDS (Students for a Democratic Society), Susan Sontag, Tri-Lateral Commission, Tuesday Knights, War Crimes, and World War II - Philippines. Boxes 125-147.
- Activists, ca. 1973-2006. Includes American Jewish World Service, Amnesty International, Marlon Brando, Helen Caldicott, Center for Cuban Studies, Chicanos, Energy, Dick Flacks, Jane Fonda, Friends of the Earth, Gay Community Services Center, Stephen W. Hawking, Lillian Hellman, Jim Hightower, Gregory Hines, Alger Hiss, Christopher Hitchens, David Krieger, Peter Marin, Ralph Nader, Pacifica Foundation, Daniel Schorr, Budd Schulberg, Social Security, Terrorism, Women, and Women's Lobby. Boxes 148-153.
- Assassinations, ca. 1965-1992. Includes correspondence (mostly to SKS), articles, and other materials re the JFK and RFK assassinations and investigative analyses, findings, and theories. Box 154.
- Better World Society, ca. 1987-1991. Washington, D.C. based anti-nuclear, pro peace organization founded by Ted Turner and others. SKS was a trustee. Includes articles, correspondence, memos, and programs. Box 155.
- Businessmen's Educational Fund / Harold Willens, 1969-1985. L.A. based group, with Willens as Chairman of the Board of Trustees. SKS was a trustee. Includes correspondence, memos, clippings, and reports. Arranged chronologically, by year. Box 156.
- Center for Law in the Public Interest (CLIPI), ca. 1975-2002. L.A. based non-profit public interest law firm. SKS was on the board. Files contain board packets, briefs, financial reports, and other. Box 157.
- Committee for Improving Teacher Education (CITE), ca. 1958-1966. Based in Santa Barbara, SKS executive director, early 1960s. Includes correspondence, legislation and research files. Boxes 158-159.
- Countries, ca. 1975-2003. Arranged alphabetically by country, mainly re Cuba (incl. SKS trips of 1995 and 1999), Tibet and USSR. Mostly articles/clippings and reports, some correspondence (in/out). Boxes 160-163, 368-370.
- Energy Action Committee, ca 1975-1983. Group of private individuals that SKS helped organize to fight against the "corrupt arrangement of government and private monopoly" to create artificially high energy prices. Oct. 1, 1975 letter sets out the organizational structure of the committee. Includes articles, correspondence (in/out), memoranda, reports, and statements. Boxes 164-166.
- George Washington Project, ca. 1974-1976, 1996, 2000. Film project, with filmmaker Michael Wadleigh. SKS was involved in financing and tapped his Hollywood connections, but the film apparently was never made. Includes correspondence, financial and legal documents, and screenplay. Box 167.
- Gleitsman Foundation, 1990-2006. Alan L. Gleitsman on Board of Directors, SKS on Board of Judges. Contains files for Citizen Activist Awards. Boxes 168-169.
- Harrington, Michael, ca. 1974-1999. President of the Institute for Democratic Socialism, activist, and author. SKS and Harrington had been colleagues at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Includes correspondence, articles, reports, and other, by and about Harrington. Box 170.
- Human Rights Watch, ca. 1987-2003. International non-governmental organization that conducts research and advocacy on human rights. Offices in L.A. and elsewhere. SKS was a board member and founded the west coast affiliate of the Human Rights Watch in 1989. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), fact sheets, newsletters, and reports. Boxes 171-172.
- Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) - Washington, D.C., ca. 1969-2007. Progressive think tank focusing on U.S. foreign policy, domestic policy, human rights, international economics, and national security. SKS was on the board. Mainly chronological - includes board meeting packets, correspondence, financial statements, and reports. Box 173.
- Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC) - UC, ca. 1989-1999. Carries out research and training in topic areas related to international conflict and cooperation. SKS was on the board. Box 174.
- Intelligence, latter 1960s-1990s. Includes files for CIA, FBI, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), and Korean Air Lines (KAL) Flight 007. Boxes 175-178.
- International Center for Peace in the Middle East (ICPME), mainly 1982-2006. SKS has been a board member of ICPME in Tel Aviv since 1982. Americans for Peace Now, or Peace Now, is a support group for ICPME. SKS has been a board member since 1988. Also includes Norman Lear's involvement. Boxes 179-182.
- Isla Vista, ca. 1970-1971. Student community adjacent to UCSB. Box 183.
- Jackson, Jesse, ca. 1984-1988. Includes Jackson's efforts to promote peace in the Middle East. Boxes 184-185.
- Milken Institute, 1997, 2001, 2005-2006. Independent economic think tank founded in 1991 by Michael Milken and based in Santa Monica, CA. Includes briefing books, conference proceedings, and reports, mainly on Israel economics. Box 186.
- The Nation, ca. 1977-2007. SKS a financial supporter and limited partner. Includes correspondence, newsletters, clippings, some issues of The Nation. Box 187.
- New Jewish Agenda, 1981-1991. A progressive multi-issue membership organization, with about 50 chapters across the U.S., commited to civil rights for all, espeically those marginalized within the mainstream Jewish community. Known for its stances on the rights of Palestinians and Lesbian and Gay Jews. SKS was a national board advisory member and also on the Western advisory board. Arranged by year. Includes articles, correspondence, financial reports, memoranda, newsletters, press releases. Box 188.
- Nuclear, ca. 1981-1998. Includes correspondence, articles, memos, and reports on nuclear arms, nuclear energy and environment, and nuclear freeze. Boxes 189-190.
- Pacific Council on International Policy - USC, 1993-1998. International affairs organization focused on policy issues of special interest to the West Coast. Includes articles, correspondence, memoranda, and reports. Box 191.
- People for the American Way (PAW or PFAW), ca. 1980-2002. Progressive advocacy group, founded by Norman Lear. SKS also was closely involved in the founding and development of the organization. Includes articles/clippings, bulletins, correspondence (in/out), fundraising files, memos, and reports. Boxes 192-194.
- Santa Barbara Legal Defense Center, Inc., 1970-1978. SKS and Kit Tremaine provided financial support. Arranged by year. Includes bylaws, correspondence, financial statements, minutes, and reports. Box 195.
- Scheer, Robert, ca. 1965-2002 (excluding interviews, which are in Pers/Bio). Journalist and longtime associate of SKS, dating back to Vietnam War era. Includes articles by/about and correspondence. Boxes 196-197.
- Task Force for Peace, 1970-1971. Created to raise funds for candidates for political offices. Includes artaicles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), financial statements, mailings, minutes, proposals, and reports. Box 198.
- Tuesday Knights, 1973, 1977-1989. L.A. social/issues group, SKS a long-time member. Includes correspondence (in), meeting announcements and proceedings, memos, newsletters, and rosters. Arranged chronologically. Box 199.
- Wilson, William, 1978-1991, 1998. California rancher, UC Regent, and Ambassador to the Vatican. Mainly correspondence and newspaper articles re his claims that the ACLU was linked to organized crime and resignation of his ambassadorship after an unauthorized secret meeting with Muammar Gaddafi. Box 200.
- Chronological, 1975-2002. Mainly newspaper clippings. Boxes 201-205.
- Alphabetical. Correspondence, articles, memoranda, newsletters, plans, reports, and transcripts. Includes files for ACLU, Ad Hoc Committee on the Independent Commission Report, After-Action Report '92, Anti-Terrorist Division, Board of Police Commissioners, Brutality, Choke Hold, Christopher Commission, CID (Police Commission Investigation Division), Citizen Complaints, Citizens Committee, City Council, Community Oriented Policing, Deployment, Deputy Chiefs, Discipline, Excessive Force, Daryl F. Gates, Rodney King, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept., Los Angeles Police Protective League, Police Commissioners, Richard Riordan, Riot Manual, Riots, Tactical Manual, William H. Webster, and Willie Williams. Boxes 206-226.
- Legal. Includes numerous lawsuits filed against Daryl F. Gates, et al. Boxes 227-231.
- Police Foundation (Washington, D.C.), 1992-2005. Provides research, technical assistance, and communications programs regarding police organizations; acts as a catalyst for change and an advocate for new ideas. William H. Webster, Chair of the Board; Hubert Williams, President; SKS, Board Member. Includes board files, correspondence, nominations, and reports. Boxes 232-234.
- Egypt. Box 240.
- Iran. Box 240.
- Iraq. Box 241.
- Jordan. Mainly files re King Hussein and Queen Noor, with whom SKS maintained a close relationship. Box 241.
- Kuwait. Box 242.
- Lebanon. Box 242.
- Palestinians. Includes numerous files re Yasser Arafat and Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO). Boxes 242-249.
- Saudi Arabia. Box 249.
- Stockholm. Mainly files re SKS' role in the Middle East peace process and the "Stockholm Five" (five American Jewish leaders) who met with Yasser Arafat in Stockholm in 1988. Boxes 249-250.
- Syria. Box 251.
- Turkey. Box 251.
- Chronological, 1985-1998, 2000. Includes files for individual NPQ issues. Boxes 252-253.
- Alphabetical, ca. 1984-2003. Includes correspondence, addresses/speeches, articles/clippings, interviews, press releases, and reports. Boxes 254-257.
Global Viewpoint. International weekly commentary and interview service produced for the Los Angeles Times Syndicate/Tribune Media by
NPQ. Nathan Gardels is editor.
- Writers' Correspondence, ca. 1991-2002. To/from, sometimes with writers' assistants only, mainly re requests to write articles or be interviewed for Global Viewpoint; arranged alphabetically by surname. Includes Koffi Annan, Yasir Arafat, Jean Bertrand Aristide, James Baker III, Sandy Berger, Isaiah Berlin, Carl Bernstein, Benazir Bhutto, Willy Brandt, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter, Fidel Castro, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Jacques Cousteau, Jacques Derrida, Vicente Fox, Milton Friedman, Carlos Fuentes, John Kenneth Galbraith, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Bill Gates, Robert Gates, Frank Gehry, David Gergen, Boutros Ghali, Newt Gingrich, Mikhail Gorbachev, Al Gore, Gunther Grass, Alexander Haig, David Halberstam, King Hassan II, Vaclav Havel, Stephen Hawking, Robert Heilbroner, Arianna Huffington, King Hussein, Saddam Hussein, Ivan Illich, Steve Jobs, George Kennan, Edward Kennedy, Jack Kevorkian, Kim Dae Jung, Kenneth Kaunda, Coretta Scott King, Neil Kinnock, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Henry Kissinger, F. W. de Klerk, Ted Koppel, Paul Krugman, Dalai Lama, John Le Carre, Norman Lear, Spike Lee, Mario Vargas Llosa, Richard Lugar, Naguib Mahfouz, Nelson Mandela, Robert McNamara, Edwin Meese, Angela Merkel, Czeslaw Milosz, George Mitchell, Bill Moyers, Patrick Moynihan, Hosni Mubarak, Robert Mugabe, Haruki Murakami, Ralph Nader, V. S. Naipaul, Richard Nixon, Olusegun Obasanjo, Kenzaburo Oe, Andreas and Margarita Papandreou, Octavio Paz, Ross Perot, Shimon Peres, Sydney Pollack, Colin Powell, Vladimir Purtin, Condoleezza Rice, Bill Richardson, David Rockefeller, Donald Rumsfeld, Carl Sagan, Edward Said, Pierre Salinger, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., James Schlesinger, Helmut Schmidt, Gerhrd Schroeder, Brent Scowcroft, George Shultz, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Susan Sontag, Wole Soyinka, Gloria Steinem, David Stockman, Barbra Streisand, Kim Il Sung, Edward Teller, Alvin and Heidi Toffler, Stansfield Turner, Desmond Tutu, Cyrus Vance, Gore Vidal, Paul Volcker, Casper Weinberger, William Childs Westmoreland, Elie Wiesel, Paul Wolflowitz, and Yevgeny Yevtushenko. Boxes 258-262.
- Writings. Copies of articles appearing in U.S. and international newspapers. Boxes 263-272.
- NPQ Journals, Fall 1994-Winter 2000. Copies of NPQ, arranged chronologically. Box 273.
- NPQ Reprints. Articles from NPQ, reprinted elsewhere. Boxes 274-275.
- Reviews and Citations of NPQ Publications. Boxes 276-277.
General, bulk 1972-1973. Mainly printed materials about Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers.
- Alphabetical. Boxes 278-280.
- American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Box 281.
- Bill of Rights Foundation (BORF). Box 281.
- Ellsberg Defense Fund, Inc. (EDF). Box 281.
- Pentagon Papers Fund for Human and Civil Rights, Inc. (also Pentagon Papers Fund; PPF). Boxes 281-282.
- PP and EDF. Box. 282.
- Miscellany. Box 283.
- Articles, Interviews, Press Releases, Specials. Arranged alphabetically by title, some lacking dates, ca. 1965-2005. Box 284.
- Clipping Files. About the Pentagon Papers trial, arranged by title of newspaper/magazine, ca. 1971-1973. Box 285.
- Trial Documents, bulk 1971-1973. Boxes 286-287.
General. Articles/clippings and correspondence (in/out).
- Alphabetical, ca. 1980-2006. Mainly subjects and organizations. Boxes 288-289.
- Chronological, 1976, 1986, 1988, 1994. Boxes 290-291.
- Bush (George W.) Administration. Mainly articles/clippings. Box 292.
- Campaign Finance Reform. Mainly articles/clippings, some correspondence (in/out). Boxes 293-295.
- Clinton / Gore Administration, ca. 1988-2004. Mainly articles/clippings, some correspondence (in/out). Boxes 296-300.
- Democrats, bulk 1982-2006. Mainly articles/clippings and correspondence (in/out). Box 301.
- Democrats for Change - 1980. Effort to dump Carter in 1980 election. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), financial datea, and regulations. Box 302.
- Personal Friends (Political Arena), ca. 1975-2006. Mainly articles/clippings and correspondence (in/out). Includes files for Edward Asner, Warren Beatty, William Benton, Kirk Douglas, Michael Douglas, Mike Farrell, Jules Feiffer, Dick Flacks, John Kenneth Galbraith, David Geffen, Don NHenley, Norman Mailer, George Mitchell, Sydney Pollack, Robert Redford, William H. Rehnquist, Gore Vidal, and Mike Wallace. Boxes 303-308.
- Politicos, ca. 1980-2006. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), newsletters, and reports. Mainly politicians, elected and appointed officials, lobbyists, and political analysts. Includes files for John Anderson, Phil Angelides, Bruce Babbitt, Lee Baca, James Baker, Julian Bond, David E. Bonior, Erskine Bowles, Barbara Boxer, Bill Bradley, Jerry Brown, Willie Lewis Brown, Jr., Patrick J. Buchanan, Dale Bumpers, John L. Burton, George H. W. Bush, Walter Holden Capps, Jimmy Carter, Al Checci, Liz Cheney, Frank Church, Henry Cisneros, Wesley Clark, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, William S. Cohen, Alan Cranston, Mario Cuomo, Tom Daschle, Howard Dean, John Dean, Ron Dellums, Chris Dodd, Robert Dole, John Edwards, Rahm Emanuel, Russ Feingold, Dianne Feinstein, Barney Frank, John Garamendi, Gil Garcetti, Richard A. Gephardt, Newt Gingrich, Rudolph Giuliani, John Glenn, Al Haig, Lee H. Hamilton, Tom Harkin, Pamela C. Harriman, Gary Hart, Dennis Hastert, Tom Hayden, Jesse Helms, Jim Hightower, Michael Huffington, Henry Jackson, Jesse Jackson, Lyndon B. Johnson, Jack Kemp, Edward Kennedy, Bob Kerrey, John Kerry, Henry A. Kisinger, Dennis Kucinich, Tom Lantos, Patrick Leahy, Carl Levin, John Lewis, Joseph Lieberman, John McCain, Eugene McCarthy, George McGovern, Walter Mondale, Pat Moynihan, Sam Nunn, David Obey, Jack O'Connell, Sanra Day O'Connor, Thomas P. O'Neill, Nancy Pelosi, H. Ross Perot, Dan Quayle, Charles B. Rangel, Ronald Reagan, Bill Richardson, Richard J. Riordan, Charles E. Schumer, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Paul Simon, Larry Summers, Art Torres, Harry Truman, Donald J. Trump, Paul Tsongas, John Vasconcellos, Antonio R. Villaraigosa, Harold Washington, Maxine Waters, Henry A. Waxman, Paul D. Wellstone, and Andrew Young. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), newsletters, and reports. Boxes 309-325.
- General, 1977-1999. Includes articles/clippings, bios, correspondence (in/out), and reports. Boxes 328-332.
- Audit, ca. 1980-1989. Mainly Committee on Audit files. Box 333.
- Correspondence, ca. 1977-1989. Alphabetical and chronological. Boxes 333-335.
- Laboratories - Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos, ca. 1978-1987. Managed and operated by the University of California, directly or as a limited partner. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), hearings, reports, studies, and testimony. Boxes 336-345.
- Regents - Names, ca. 1982-1989. Alphabetical by surname. Includes articles/clippings, bios, and correspondence (in/out). Boxes 346-347.
- South Africa, ca. early 1970s-late 1980s [bulk latter 1970s-mid 1980s]. Files kept by SKS mainly during his tenure as UC Regent [1977-1989], at a time when UC was involved in divestment of South African investments, due to the political situation there. Files include correspondence, annual and other reports, newspaper and magazine articles, committee minutes, information gathered by SKS during a Nov-Dec. 1978 trip to Africa, and other. A few files relate to other African countries such as Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). Boxes 348-354.
- UC Campuses, ca. 1980-1991. Arranged by campus. ca. 1980-1991. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (mostly in), financial and project statements, and reports. Boxes 355-357.
- UC President - Gardner, David P., ca. 1982-1995. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), and financial data mainly about compensation and housing issues. Box 358.
- Cambodia, ca. 1965-1978. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), 1966 trip background, notes, and photos. Box 359.
Vietnam, ca. 1954-1997.
- Chronological. Includes articles, background information, correspondence, reports. Boxes 359-361.
- Alphabetical. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), hearings, newsletters, speeches, and teach-ins. Boxes 361-363.
- Michigan State University - Vietnam Project. SKS was Coordinator of the Vietnam Project, 1957-1959. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), organization files, reports, and testimony. Boxes 363-364.
- Original Prints. Seven 8x10 b/w, SKS and Betty, with others such as Julian Bond and Sydney Pollack. Box 365.
- Artifact. Hoover for President metal sign, [ca. 1928 or 1932]. Box 366.
- Bio/Personal. Includes awards and recognitions, congressional race campaign posters. Box 366.
- LAPD. Three spiral-bound composites of LAPD stories, L.A. Daily News, 1990-1991. Box 366.
- Pentagon Papers. Newsclippings mounted on large sheets. Box 366.
- Photographs. Includes SKS, family and friends; Cambodia color print and photograph album. Box 367.
- Open Reel. 1972. 2 items.
- Audiocassettes. Arranged chronologically, 1964-2002, n.d. Includes SKS speeches, comments, and other re CSDI, Greece and Andreas Papandreou, Israel and PLO, UC Regents, and Rodney King affair. 109 items.
- Microcassettes. Alan Jolis interviews of SKS associates. 18 items.
- Beta. Arranged chronologically - 1979-1989, n.d. Mainly SKS on tv news programs. 25 items.
- Betacam SP. Margarita Papandreou on SKS, interviewed by Jodi Cahn, Oct. 16, 1998. 1 item.
- VHS. Arranged chronologically - 1979-2004. Many re awards to SKS, speeches by SKS, and SKS on LA tv news re LAPD Commission and Rodney King. 168 items.
- U-matic. Arranged chronologically, 1983-1984. Mainly re George McGovern presidential campaign and fundraising. 4 items.
- 2". 1972 McGovern presidential campaign - L.A. telethon. 8 items.
- Pentagon Papers Peace Project - 1 reel, b/w, ca. 1970s. 1 item.
Mar. 2012 Addition.
- ACLU, ca.2006-2010. Includes awards,correspondence, board memos, invitations, programs, reports, and other. Box 371.
- Correspondence - Recent. Arranged alphabetically, ca. 1980-2011 [bulk 2000-2008]. Also includes articles, emails, invitations, mailings, programs, prospectii, and reports. Related files for many of these individuals may be found in other parts of the collection. Boxes 372-379.
May 2012 Addition.
- 1960s Files. Box 380.
- 1970s Files. Box 381.
- 1980s-1990s Files. Mostly files on Star Wars and nuclear deterrence. Box 382.
- China. 1970s trips. Box 383.
- Presidio Savings and Loan Association (Santa Barbara). SKS was a director. Box 384.
- University of California Regents. Mostly financial, incl. investments and salaries. Box 385.
- ACLU = American Civil Liberties Union
- BEF = Businessmen's Education Fund
- BEM = Business Executives Move
- BORF = Bill of Rights Foundation
- BWS = Better World Society
- CEP = Council of Economic Priorities
- CITE = Committee for Improving Teacher Education
- CSDI = Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
- EDF = Ellsberg Defense Fund, Inc.
- EPI = Economic Policy Institute
- ICPME = International Center for Peace in the Middle East
- LAPD = Los Angeles Police Department
- NCPA = National Center for Policy Alternatives
- NPQ = New Perspectives Quarterly
- PAW = People for the American Way
- PPF = Pentagon Papers Fund for Human and Civil Rights, Inc.
- SKS = Stanley K. Sheinbaum
Series I: Personal/Biographical
American Business Committee / Business Executives Fund for National Priorities
ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union)
APN (Americans for Peace Now) Dinner - New York 10/22/98
Bijou, Leon J.
CSDI (Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions)
Chicago Free Press
Clippings, 1963-1966, 1968
Deukmejian, George / Reappointment
Dispatch News Service, 1970
El Gaucho - on SKS at March 26 Teach-In
FBI - FOIPA (Federal Bureau of Investigation - Freedom of Information - Privacy Acts) - SKS file, heavily redacted, 1995
Ferry, Carol Bernstein
Fulbright Association, 2002-2003
Global Viewpoint Interviews
The Hamlet Company
Honneger, Barbara - Interview
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles - re article about SKS, 2004
Landmine Survivors Network
LAPD (Los Angeles Police Department)
Livni, H. E. Tzipi
Meetings Organized by SKS
National Mexican American Anti-Defamation Committee, Inc. - Nick Reyes (Washington, D.C.)
National Security Education Program (NSEP)
Notes for the Record
"Personal Best with Stanley Sheinbaum," Century Cable
Ramer, Bruce M.
Resumés and Job Application Forms, incl. CIA, 1956
Ruff, Howard J.
Scenic Shoreline Preservation
"Sheinbaum's Law of Return," 1988
Shine on with Sheinbaum Cookbook, n.d.
Los Siete de la Raza - San Francisco
SKS - "Kingmaker"
SKS - Photo
SKS Schedule, 1995-1996
Szejnbaum, Rachel Grynszpan, and Bernard Szejnbaum
Wall Street Journal Letter, re Vietnam Settlement, Sept. 12, 1966
Warner, Harry M.
Who's Who in the West
Awards and Honors
The Peoples College of Law, Annual Dinner, in Honor of Stanley K. Sheinbaum, May 2, 1976
"Roast" Stanley K. Sheinbaum, Playboy Mansion West, Mar. 11, 1982
Peoples College of Law, 7th Annual Awards Banquet, May 1, 1982
Southern California Americans for Democratic Action, Third Annual Eleanor Roosevelt Award Dinner, Honoring Stanley K. Sheinbaum..., May 14, 1985
Liberty Hill Foundation, Third Annual Upton Sinclair Award Dinner, May 23, 1985
Southern California Americans for Democratic Action, 1989 Eleanor Roosevelt Awards Dinner and Jamboree, May 23, 1989
Southern Christian Leadership Conference and Martin Luther King Legacy Association, King Week Festival '90, Jan. 15, 1990
Liberty Hill Foundation, Eighth Annual Upton Sinclair Award Dinner, May 2, 1990
Human Rights Watch, Stanley K. Sheinbaum A Celebration! June 12, 1990
Transafrica Forum's Second Annual Bridge to Freedom, Dinner, June 14, 1991
Immaculate Heart College Center, Fourth Annual Corita Kent Peace Awards, Mar. 11, 1992
The Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law, Human Rights in the Americas Fifth Annual Dinner, Mar. 12, 1992
Americans for Democratic Action, The Annual Eleanor Roosevelt Awards Dinner, Apr. 12, 1992
AJ Congress (American Jewish Congress), Annual Tzedek Award Dinner, Jan. 26, 1993
People for the American Way, California "Spirit of Liberty" Dinner, Honoring Stanley K. Sheinbaum, with the First Lifetime Achievement Award, Nov. 18, 1993
ACLU of Southern California 1993 Bill of Rights Awards, Dec. 4, 1993
Americans for Democratic Action, Eleanor Roosevelt Awards Dinner, Sept. 24, 1996
Liberty Hill Foundation, 15th Annual Upton Sinclair Award Dinner, Honoring Stanley K. Sheinbaum, Apr. 2, 1997
The ACLU Foundation of Southern California, Torch of Liberty 1998 Awards, Sept. 8, 1998
Americans for Peace Now, Shimon Peres Peace Award Dinner, Stanley K. Sheinbaum Peace Award Honoree, Oct. 22, 1998
Center for the Study of Political Graphics - Culture of Liberation Award, Presented by Robert Scheer, 2004
South Bay Chapter of the ACLU of Southern California, Third Annual UPPIE Awards, Special Awards to Stanley Sheinbaum..., May 15, 2005
Miscellaneous - Happy Birthday from Betty, June 12, 1990; Roast by wife (n.d.); PLO, Happy Birthday from Yasser Arafat, Dec. 6, 1990; Don Edwards, Member of Congress, In the House of Representatives, Tribute to Stanley K. Sheinbaum, June 12, 1990
Biographies, Oral Histories and Other about SKS
General - includes cvs, resumés, and other biographical overview information
Chronological files - mainly articles about SKS and copies of correspondence re important events in SKS' life
1949, 1956, 1960-1987
1988-1994, 1997, 2000-2003, n.d.
Ballard, Ric. Interview, ca. 1976
Beyette, Beverly. Interview, L.A. Times, June 17, 1982
Blake, Gene. Interview, L.A. Times, June 17, 1982
"Citizen Stan." 62 minute documentary, directed by Patty Sharaf, with journalist Robert Scheer, narrated by Richard Dreyfuss - file pertaining to same. See also: videotapes (V4470/VHS and V4720/VHS) and dvd (Spec Coll E840.9 S5124 C58).
DeArmon, Virginia. Article, n.d.
Didion, Joan. Interviews, 1989
Goodwin, George M. The Marginal Man Reconsidered: Five Jews in Los Angeles, MA Thesis, Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion (California School) and University of Southern California, School of Public Administration, 1984, chapter on SKS.
Heffner, Richard D. "Open Mind," June 14, 1987
Henderson, Bruce B.
Anderson, Jean - re notebooks she is sending BH about the many facets of SKS' life
Citizen Sheinbaum - One American's Journey: Vietnam to the Mideast - proposal, 1996
Correspondence - mainly re agreement to write book about Stanley and interviews with others
Transcripts - mostly of taped interviews
SKS on C-Span, "Women For," Feb. 28, 1989
Bjurner I Andersson, Tape 1, Nov. 20-21, 1989
Bjuner II, Tape 2, Nov. 25, [1989?]
Anders III, Tape 1 - Stockholm, Nov. 1989
A. Udovitch, SKS I, Tape 1, Nov. 20, 1989
A. Udovitch Interview, SKS II re PLO, Tape 1 - Stockhom, Nov. [1989?]
Arafat Interview, Tapes 1-2 - Tunis, Apr. 1991
(1) SKS/Clinton; (2) SKS/Assad, 2 microcassettes, Nov. 24, 1993
Henderson Interview with SKS, Tapes 1-3, Feb. 19-20, 1996
Huddy, [?]. "Gold Dollar Interview," Spring 1965
Jolis, Alan. "Anatomy of a Citizen Warrior: Stanley K. Sheinbaum," 1994. See also: interviews on microcassettes.
Landau, Benny. "The Sponsor of the Left," 1988
Mankin, Eric. L.A. Weekly, 1988
Meis, William A. Jr. Copy of Stanley K. Sheinbaum: A 20th Century Knight's Quest for Peace, Civil Liberties and Economic Justice, by Stanley K. Sheinbaum, with William A. Meis, Jr. (2011).
A Nation Lost and Found: 1936 America Remembered by Ordinary and Extraordinary People, compiled by Frank Pierson and Stanley K. Sheinbaum, 2002. Often referred to as 1936, with chapters on different individuals, about what they were doing during the Depression, in 1936. Drafts had a chapter on SKS that wasn't included in the published version.
Raskin, Marc [Marcus]. Oral history project for the Institute for Policy Studies, ca. 1972
Scheer, Robert. Interviews of SKS, ca. 1993
Stein, Jean. Interview of Betty Warner Sheinbaum and others, mainly about Harry and Jack Warner, and the movie industry, not about Stanley, New Yorker, Feb. 22 and Mar. 2, 1998
Stone, Marc. Public relations person arranging interviews in the Bay area for SKS, Sept. 1982
Today Show (NBC). Transcript of interview, ca. 1976
Truth Dig. Interview, Dec. 22, 2006
UCLA Oral History - Dale Treleven and William van Benschoten, 2003. Includes agreement, outlines, drafts, correspondence, and related material.
Vandeventer, Paul J. Interview, 1979-1980
Miscellany / Unidentified
Daily appointments, 1968-1992
The Advocates, WGBH/KCET - Berrigan trial
Associations - various, that SKS supported
Assorted Nonsense - things that SKS found amusing
Behn, Bill - Stanford
Cosmovici, M. - re new type of film equipment
Gorman, Natalie Bodanya
Hall, Fred - proposal for radio station
Harris, William E. (Bill)
Hussein (His Majesty King Hussein)
Loeb, Paul Rogat
Menkin, Peter A. / John Peter Zenger (Citizen Zenger Co. Publishers)
Schaflander, Gerald M. - Research Center/Citizens' College
Sherry-Netherlands Hotel, Dec. 1974
Chronological - mainly outgoing
Daryl Gates - 1982 LA Times interview
NPQ - LA Times, Dec. 30, 1987
NPQ Reprints - articles from NPQ appearing in WSJ, San Francisco Chronicle, LA Times and NYT), Jan-June 1989
RICO: Misplaced Zealotry, June 30, 1989
Mel Levine, July 18, 1989
New Republic, Oct. 20, 1989
Bruce Ramer, Oct. 31, 1989
Newsweek - letters to the editor, Dec. 8, 1989 (aka "Rosensaft letter")
Mel Levine, Dec. 11, 1989
Naftali Blumenthal, Mar. 30, 1990
LA Times - Campaign Finance, Apr. 18, 1990
Birthday Party - 70th, June 12, 1990
SKS - LA Times Op Ed, July 20, 1990
Abe Foxman Letter, Sept. 19, 1990
Betty's Letter to Ed., NY Times, Nov. 11, 1990
Sharon Interview NPQ / LA Times, Nov. 1990
Danny Goldberg / Jerry Bubis Memo, Jan. 14, 1991
Rami Khouri - NPQ/ LA Times, Jan. 22, 1991
Harkabi Letter, Jan. 31, 1991
Robert Burkett, Feb. 22, 1991, and Brian Urquhart, Feb. 26, 1991
Ruth Mouly Piece - The Gulf War Energizes the Religious Right in Support of Israel, Feb. 27, 1991
SKS Police Commission Appt., LA Times, Mar. 16, 1991
History of the World, Mar. 28, 1991
SKS Confirmation Statement, Apr. 3, 1991
SKS - Police Commission Confirmation, LA Times, Apr. 4, 1991
Arafat Interview - Global Viewpoint, Apr. 10, 1991
President Carter Letter, Apr. 18, 1991
Janet Aviad - Sheinbaum, July 1991
Leslie Gelb - NY Times, July 3, 1991
Interaction Council, July 17, 1991
SKS - Stolberg, LA Times, July 31, 1991
Gates Interview - Playboy, Aug. 1991
Senator Tom Harkin, Aug 8, 1991
Milken/Boesky - Wall Street Journal, Oct. 2, 1991
Moscow Meeting - NY Times op-ed, Nov. 4, 1991
Gates v. Sheinbaum - LA Times, Jan. 15, 1992
UCSB - Speech, Feb. 1992
Telstar/Sheinbaum Articles, Feb. 1992
Ira Yellin, Amar, Mar. 9, 1992
SKS - LA Times Q&A, Mar. 22, 1992
Michael Manley - NPQ, Apr. 1992
Bill Boyarsky - LA Times, Apr. 17, 1992
Clinton/Kantor, Aug. 11, 1992
Clinton - Bonds, Aug. 30, 1992
Clinton/ADL, Sept. 11, 1992
Webster/Williams Report, Oct. 1992
Sandy Berger, Dec. 14, 1992
Inauguration, Jan. 20, 1993 (Nov. 1992 corr. re brunch on Inauguration Day)
Streisand Letters, Feb. 1993
David Stockman, Mar. 3, 1993
New Yorker / Boyer - L.A. Riots, Mar. 15, 1993
Arafat Q&A, Apr. 14, 1993
Flora Lewis, Apr. 16, 1993
Richard Reeves, Apr. 19, 1993
Ornan Yekutieli, May 1993
Parks - [LAT], Apr. 24, 1993
Sheinbaum Touch - The Jewish Journal, May 13, 1993
Gerald Steinberg Exchange, June 1993
Joe Domanick - LA Times, July 20, 1993
Steve Spiegel, Sept. 7, 1993
Shaath Interview - Global Viewpoint, Sept. 8, 1993
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, Oct. 1993
Clinton, Feb. 21, 1994; Rabin & Walid, Feb. 22, 1994
Reich Letter, Feb. 24, 1994
Clinton, Feb. 28, 1994
Uri Masad, 1994
Soros - New Yorker, Feb. 1, 1995
Assad Letters, Feb. 7, 1995
Soros - Lingua Franca, Feb. 14, 1995
Fallows Article, Mar. 1995
Novak - Police Foundation Book, June 2, 1995
Yossi Beilin, Dec. 29, 1995
NPQ Subscriptions - gift subscriptions by SKS to various individuals, ca. 1994-1996
Kurd Letter, Jan. 24, 1996
Rabbi Leonard Beerman, Feb. 5, 1996
"The" Louka Letter, Aug. 6, 1996
Parker Letter, Aug. 10, 1996
Lara Bergthold, July 17, 1997
Rabbi Gary Greenebaum, Aug. 15, 1997
Bruce Ramer, Sept. 1997
Harkin/Cuomo, June 21, 2001
Jolis Book and Articles, n.d.
Women for: PLO Tape, n.d.
Dissertation, pre-1965 - files (SKS didn't finish doctorate, copy burnt in CSDI fire - some existing files are singed from the fire)
1920-1934 - incl. birth certificate, account by SKS of his life at age 6 [ca. 1926], completion of junior high school , and role as prosecutor in the play "The Trial of Civilization Against the Jew," at the Temple Israel Religious School (1934)
DeWitt Clinton High School - incl. 1936 diploma, transcript, SKS photo from 1936 Clintonian, copy of 1939 Clintonian yearbook, 1946 report card for supplementary courses as veteran Military Service (Army, WWII era)
Correspondence, induction notice, orders, honorable discharge, Veterans Administration documents, 1942-1946
USO Voice Letter (record), 1942
650th Engineer Topographic Battalion - appointment, correspondence, later battalion newsletters, and related, 1942, 2003
Oklahoma A&M - incl. transcript, 1946-1947
Stanford University - transferred from Oklahoma A&M; undergrad (1947-1949) and grad (ca. 1950-1956) studies, incl. time in France on a Fulbright Fellowship (ca. 1953-1955); incl. correspondence, papers, and transcripts
Marriage Certificate - Michigan [Lynne G. Bloom], 1957
Applications for federal appointment, ca. early 1960s
Speeches by SKS
Speaking Engagements, through 1964
Speaking Engagements, 1967-1968
Vietnam Day - UC Berkeley, May 21, 1965
"Why not a Principled Foreign Policy?" Wilshire Boulevard Temple, Dec. 10, 1967
"Tax Reform" - testimony before the Democratic Platform Committee, Aug. 12, 1968
"The State of Our Economic Affairs," Santa Barbara, Adult Education, Oct. 1970
Letters to the Editor, New York Times, Jan. 23, 1971
Adult Ed, Winter 1971
"Nixon and the New Isolationism," Sept. 8, 1971 (also under Writings)
Santa Barbara Adult Ed, Jan. 1972
Santa Barbara, "State of the Economy," May 16, 1974
"The Real Future?" re Nicholas Von Hoffman comments on SKS, Feb. 27, 1975
California Chamber of Commerce, Oct. 29, 1975
"Presidential Politics, 1976, Candidates, Issues and Funding," Holy Cross College lecture, Nov. 5, 1975
"The Primaries and the Issues," UCLA, May 6, 1975
"The Role of the Media," panel, Samuel Popkin - UCSD Election Forum, May 27, 1976
Press Conference - SKS as Chairman of the ACLU Southern California Foundation, June 1976
Lawyers' Guild, Oct. 17, 1976
"Full Employment," Democratic Agenda Conference, Washington D.C., Nov. 11-13, 1977
"Home Q&A Betty & Stanley Sheinbaum," L.A. Times, Oct. 15, 1978
Speech to MDs, Nov. 21, 1978
Speech at the "Onion," Muriel Lustica, Jan. 21, 1979
Taft Speaker, Berwick/Pepperdine, Aug. 17, 1979
Guest Speaker, First Annual Community Awards Celebration, Unitarian Church Parish Hall, Santa Barbara, Feb. 16, 1980
Pepperdine, Aug. 13, 1980
Santa Barbara Adult Ed, May 27, 1981
SKS Speeches - Miscellaneous, 1981-1982
Democracy Project Conference, Jan. 13, 1982
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 1982
Speech, D.C., Jan. 1984
Reunion/Conference, "Social Change in the 1980s," UCSC, Oct. 13, 1984
ADA Speech, May 14, 1985
Miscellaneous Speech Stuff, 1984-1985
The American Jewish Committee (AJC), Social Concern Dinner / Slaff, June 1986
PLO Speeches, 1986 and 1989
ACLU Dinner, NPQ, Apr. 14, 1989
Maurice Paprin, May 23, 1989
ADA - mostly congratulations re award, May 23, 1989
SKS / BWS (Better World Society) 25th Anniversary, June 4, 1989
"Pariah at the Mariah," ICPME, Feb. 1990
Human Rights Watch (HRW) - SKS Bash (articles, comments and letters), June 12, 1990
"Ethics in Film," panel discussion, Los Angeles, Oct. 20, 1990
Statement by Stanley K. Sheinbaum to the Los Angeles City Council Confirmation Hearing re appointment to the Police Commission, Apr. 3, 1991
"Combating Political Apathy in America," UC Irvine, Aug. 14, 1991
Speeches - Correspondence, 1991-1999
American Jewish Congress, honoring SKS and BWS, Jan. 26, 1992
Unedited transcript of Ex Tempo Remarks by Stanley K. Sheinbaum on the occasion of the funeral of Andreas Papandreou, Metropolitan Cathedral, Athens Greece, June 26, 1996
Valerie Fields, Arts Event Program - SKS introducing Hon. Tony Beilenson, Mar. 29, 1997
Stanford, ca. 1950-1953, 1955
Michigan State University, ca. 1955-1957
University of California, Santa Barbara, 1963
Travel ca. 1950s-1990s
Writings by SKS ca. 1961-2003
Address by Stanley K. Sheinbaum, Congressional Record - Senate, Oct. 7, 1971 regarding "Nixon and the New Isolationism"
"Balanced Budgeteering: Puritanism Violated," n.d.
"Beyond the New Deal: A Future in Search of a Party," The Economic Democrat... (Santa Monica, CA), Nov. 1981
"Capitalism and Democracy," 1961
"A Distasteful Job...UC Should Keep I," Los Angeles Times, Mar. 9, 2003
"Even in the Movies, Brutality Corrupts," n.d.
"First Blood" - re article, "Even in the Movies..."
"The Issue Is China," Sheinbaum for Congress, Santa Barbara, n.d.
"Just Think...," Publisher's Page, New Perspectives Quarterly, Winter 1988
"Just Think...," Publisher's Page, New Perspectives Quarterly, Spring 1992
Letter to Robert Berger, L.A. Times, Oct. 12, 1983
"A Nation Lost and Found: 1936...," Endorsements, Los Angeles: Tallfellow Press, 2002
"Nixon and the New Isolationism," Sept. 8, 1972
"Seeking Alternatives for Economic Policy," The Peninsula Times Tribune (Palo Alto, CA) - interview, Oct. 11, 1982
"Testimony of Stanley K. Sheinbaum before the Committee on Higher Education of the State of Michigan House of Representatives...," May 16, 1966
"The United States and European Unity," American Trade Policy, 1962
"The University on the Make: Or How MSU Helped Arm Madame Nhu," Ramparts, April 1966
"Unwise Campaign Talk of Using Military Muscle May Bias Democrats toward Action," LA Times (Galbraith-Sheinbaum), Feb. 11, 1988
"Vietnam: Where Did The U.S. Go Wrong," War and Peace Report, Feb. 1966
"We Are Falling Fast," Center Magazine, Jan. 1970
"The World Economic Order," in collaboration with Tibor Scitovsky (University of California) and Andrew Shonfield (Director of Studies, Royal Institute of International Affairs), 1962
Series II: ACLU - Southern California Chapter / ACLU Foundation ca. 1972-2004
General, 1980-1981, 1985-2004
ACLU vs. LAPD/SKS
Ad Hoc Committee to study the decision making process of the ACLU and ACLU Foundation, specifically in regard to staff lay offs and how they impact on policy
Allen, Woody - "The Front," Oct. 5, 1976
And Justice for All, 1979
Annual Reports, 1984-1985
Arab Arrests, Jan. 1987
Babbitt, Bruce, Apr. 20, 1988
Bank Secrecy Supreme Court Transcript / US and California
Bank Secrecy TV Scripts
Benton, Marje / Washington, Feb. 1975
Bergman, Alan, and Marilyn Bergman
Bergman, Alan/Marilyn, and Barbara Streisand, June 1, 1980
Biennial Conference, 1983
Bilingual - Cross-Cultural Programs
Bill of Rights, 1992-1995
Bill of Rights Awards, 1996, 1999
Bill of Rights Celebration
Bill of Rights Foundation Board
Bill of Rights Foundation Board, June 20, 1974
Bill of Rights Mailer, 1975
Binion, Gayle / Flap
Board Dinner, Feb. 12, 1981
Board Meeting / Minutes
Apr. 1973-Dec. 1975
Jan. 1976-May 1983
Bohmer, Peter G.
Boudin, Leonard B.
Brentwood TV, Feb. 23, 1977
Building Construction Costs
Building Final Documents
Building - Gary [Gelbar?]
Building - Miscellaneous Plans
Building OBS Bids
Building Operating Costs
Building Running Costs
Burford, James H.
Bush, George (H. W.)
Cadwell, Beulah H. (Trust)
Campaign Reform, 1997
Caughey, John & LaRee
Censorship, June 20, 1988
Civil Liberties in the 100th Congress, 1987 - Washington
CNSS (Center for National Security Studies)
Condor ("Three Days of the Condor"), Sept. 30, 1975
Condor / Paramount Bills
Conflict of Interest
Connally, John B.
Constitution Day, Sept. 17, 1987
Contribution - Breakout
Copeland, Edward (Ed)
The Court, 1989
Cowan, Geoff - Ira Glasser - SKS
Cowley, James M.
Crack - CIA - Ghetto
Cuban Travel Case
DC (District of Columbia) - Washington, Apr. 27-May 6, 1986
Death in Canaan, Feb. 22, 1978
Democratic Conference, Nov. 1975
Development Director - New, 1979
Dollars [Donations] - Lenny / Henry Fonda
Dollars [Donations], 1977-1979
Economic - Corporations Issues
Edwards, Rev. Edgar R. - S. Central L.A.
Election, Feb. 1, 1978
ELF (The Emergency Land Fund)
"Enemies" - re Nixon-coalitions on impeachment
"Equus" Premiere, with Richard Burton, 1977
"Evening With" Ramsey Clark, 1976
"Evening With" Victor Navasky, Nov. 10, 1980
"Evening With" Playboy, Apr. 2, 1979
"Evening With" Robert Vaughn, Feb. 11, 1980
"Evenings With..." - 1977-1978, 1981, Miscellaneous
Executive Director Search, 1985
Federal Criminal Code
Fifty Years of the American Civil Liberties Union
Fiske, Joyce S.
FOIA (Freedom of Information Act)
Fraser, Donald M. - re Liberal Democrats, Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), incl. memor from Sandy Berger, 1975
Freedom under Fire Dissent in Post-9/11 America
Fund Raiser, Spring 1975
Goldberg, Danny - re Gold Castle Records, etc.
Grantee Progress Reports, 1987 and First Half 1988
Great Chefs, 1978
Haft, Steven / Roger Baldwin
Halperin, Morton H.
The Mr. & Mrs Harry M. Warner Foundation Grant
Higginbotham, A. Leon, Jr.
Howarth, Joan - Death Penalty
Impeachment - Laurie Ostrow
In Defense of Busing
International Civil Liberties Report, Feb. 1996
"Julia" - All Seasons in "Julia" - fundraising premiere
Kasem, Casey, and Zev Putterman
K-9 (LAPD) - deposition of Stanley K. Sheinbaum / dog bite
KCET / ACLU tape
KCET / HOT
Keller, Wilma - contribution, 1974
Krim, Arthur B. / DNC Advisory Council
Ku Klux Klan (KKK)
LA Times Editorial, July 14, 1974
LDF (NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.)
Leadership Awards Gala, 1989
Lear, Norman - ACLU tape
Legal Search, 1976
Lease, June 1975
Lists - mostly re ACLU
Love, Eula May
Malice ("Absence of Malice"), Nov. 17, 1981
Mandelik, Gabrielle (Gabrielle Mandelik Hayum)
Masters, Lee (Jarl Mohn)
MeikleJohn Civil Liberties Institute Third Annual Symposium, 1982
Mental Health / Legal Rights of the Mentally Handicapped
Merrick, Mike - ACLU Honors Henry Fonda "Clarence Darrow"
Mitchell, Valentine (Val)
Muslim - Sweet / American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, et al., v. Janet Reno, 1995
1977-1978, 1980-1982, 1984
Major Donors Free Speech Conference, 1978
Nixon, Richard M. (President)
Correspondents for Impeachment / [W. H.] Ferry
Nixon and Senate Trial Standards
Supreme Court Decision, July 1974
Nuclear Power and Civil Liberties
Ojai, April 12, 1975
Okrand, Fred / Supreme Court
Wirin Memorial Fund WGA
Orange County / Police
Ostrow, Laurie - Gifts and Bequests
Palestinians (8 Palestinians)
Patients' Rights Project
PBS (Public Broadcasting Station)
Politics, 1973, 1975
Privacy Bill / Sacramento
Public Counsel - Morris Dees
Ripston, Ramona (cont.)
Romero, Anthony D.
Scales, Joe T.
Schachter Budge Bulge (Marvin Schachter)
Search References and Back Up
Shared Donor Lists
Sharing Dilemna, 1985
Shikes, Ralph E.
Silkwood, Karen (The Karen Silkwood Fund)
Skokie, Illinois (predominantly Jewish suburb north of Chicago), defense of Nazis
SKS - Correspondence
SKS - Public Statements
SKS - Resolution
SKS - Roast
Skyhorse/Mohawk Case (Paul Skyhorse and Richard Mohawk)
Smith, Lloyd, Feb. 14, 1976
Southern California Miscellaneous, 1972
Spanish Flag, Oct. 1975
di Suvero, Henry M.
Tax Reform, 1977
Temkin, Florence (Mrs. Jack Temkin)
Torch of Liberty
Tunney, John V.
University of Judaism
Vogel, Robert S. / AFSC ( American Friends Service Committee) / Prisons
Washington, Ken (Kenny)
Wasserman, Lew R.
Weinstein, Paula / Mark Rosenberg
Wexler, Haskel / Emile de Antonio / Mary Lampson, etc.
WGA (Writers Guild of America, West, Inc.)
Wirin, A. L. (Abraham Lincoln)
TV, Jan. 1975
Wise, Robert E.
Zahm, Nathan R.
Series III: Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions [CSDI]
Alpha ca. 1959-1974
Adler, Mortimer, Jan. 28, 1977
A.I.D. (Department of State Agency for International Development) - Peace Corps - etc. Washington trip, June 1962
Center - SKS's Guests
Center - Speakers
Center - Visitors
Classification Review - Economics General (re Encyclopaedia Britannica article)
Degnan, June Oppen
Economic Freedom, Aug. 1964
Ferry, W. H.
Final Resignation, Sept. 21, 1970
First CSDI Meeting, Pre-Fire, 1960
Forum for Contemporary History
Founding Members (FM) Seminars, 1968
Free Speech Movement
Fund for Chinese Democracy
The Fund for the Republic, Inc. (FFR) Address Lists - current
Hanauer, Gary - Isla Vista
Hutchins, Robert M.
Index of Manuscripts and Dialogue Leaders, 1959-1974
Indiana University - Conference on Soviet Economy, Feb. 3-4, 1961
Jacoby, Neil - Conglomerates
Jacoby, Neil - On Development
Kalven, Harry, Jr.
Kelso, Louis O.
Kenyon College, April 27-30, 1972
Military / Industrial - UCLA, Nov. 11, 1967
National Industrial Conference Board (NICB) - Pebble Beach, Feb. 6, 1969
Neo-CSDI (incl. reorganization of the Center)
Pacem in Maribus
Pacem in Terris
Pacem in Terris II
Palm Springs - Sharing World's Wealth, Jan. 28, 1968
Resignation (SKS) - CSDI
Role of Liberal
Roof ( Encyclopaedia Britannica) Expenses, 1962
Social Science Caucus, May 1969
Socialism vs. Capitalism, 1964
SKS Memoranda to Staff
Sons and Daughters - film about the war in Vietnam, 1967
Status - SKS, 1969
University of Nigeria - Lindsay Correspondence, May 12, 1964-Mar. 2, 1965
"Why Not a Principled Foreign Policy?" Wilshire Boulevard Temple, Dec. 10, 1967
World Economy - PIT
Zero Growth - SKS, 1969
Chronological 1960-1971, n.d.
1961, May 26
1962, January, February, March, June
1962, October, November, December
1963, July, October
1964, Febrary, March, August
1965, January, February, December
1966, January, February, August, September, December
1967, February, April, September, October, November
1968, January, November
1969, February, March, April, May, June, September
Correspondence ca. 1959-1970
Alpha - by name. In/out.
Altman, George T., Esq.
Aron, Yitzhak Ben
B [surnames beginning with B]
Girvetz, Harry K.
Goldberg, Leo A.
Gray, Mrs. Horace
Haley, Bernard F.
Harbrecht, Father Paul P.
Kelso, Louis O.
Kemnitzer, William J.
Lerner, Abba P.
Lohman, Joseph D.
Lundquist, Edwin D.
Marcum, John Arthur
Marshall, J. Howard
Maxwell, John F.
Mirsky, Jonathan - Paris, Oct. 1966
Musolf, Lloyd D.
National Bureau of Economic Research Incorporated (NBER)
Naftalin, Arthur - SKS - Search, Fall 1959
Pacem in Terris II
Plaza Del Sol
Potter, Thomas C.
Princeton Conference on training Americans for overseas service, 1961
P-Q (including: Linus Paulding, Sheldon Pollack, and Anthony Quinn)
Reder, Melvin W.
Ross, Ralph G. (Prof.)
Samuelson, Paul A. (Prof.)
Schmookler, Jacob (Prof.)
Scitovsky, Tibor (Prof.)
Shafer, Joseph E. (Prof.) - Alaska
Sheinbaum, Gilbert (Gil) H. - SKS' brother, re personal matters and situation in Vietnam; Gil was in Vietnam during this time, 1964-1965
SORO (Special Operations Research Office)
Stein, Norman - N.Y.
Stover, Carl F.
Summer '64 Obsolete
Weisskopf, W. A.
Welch, Robert H. W., Jr.
Chronological - by year
1970 - alpha by surname
FFR - SKS personal
Founding Member Seminars
Mishan, Ezra J., Professor
Presidio (Imperial Corporation of America of Presidio Savings and Loan Association)
SKS Meeting Proposals
SKS Memoranda to Staff
SS [SKS] Center Economist
SS [SKS] Lunch Guests
Wolf, Charles, Jr.
Economics ca. 1961-1964
Encyclopaedia Britannica - Economics - Roof
Harbrecht, Paul P. (Father)
SKS - drafts, notes, etc.
UK Sterling Crisis, 1964
Ashmore, Harry S.
Ben Aron, Yitzhak - at CSDI, Aug. 2, 1966
Board, May 1970
The Center Club - NYC
Chicago Founding Members (FM)
CSDI - General
CSDI Associates Meeting, Nov. 19, 1969
CSDI Board, Dec. 5, 1969
Founding Members - General, 1966, 1969-1970
Founding Members - Juscelino Kubitschek session, Santa Barbara, Oct. 21, 1966
Founding Members Seminar, 1964-1966
Fund for the Republic
Fund Raising Programs - Center
Gorman, William / Ronald M. Loeb
Gortikov, Stanley M.
Hutchins, Robert M. - Papers
The Junior Fellows
La Pira, Giorgio
Library - Fundraising
Lichtman, Richard - at Dan Olincy's
Malta, June 1970
Marculescu - re Heini Brunstein
Pacem in Maribus
Perry, John L.
Post May 7, 1969 - re reorganization of CSDI
Reed, Edward, and John L. Perry
Series IV: Congressional Campaign
1966 - Primary (1 folder)
Biography - Stanley K. Sheinbaum (SKS)
Campaign Statements, 1968
Impacted School Areas
Pollution - Air/Water
Proxmire, William - Anti-Tax
Santa Barbara Housing
Ventura County Statistics
Series V: Correspondence
Important ca. 1985-1996
Adelman, Kenneth L., June 2, 1986
Athens Meeting Material - 5 Continents
Bergman, Marilyn, Dec. 9, 1985
Brown, Ron, Dec. 6, 1989
Coelho, Tony - re Pat Brown, May 1986
Feighan, Edward F. (Congressman), Mar. 15, 1990
Friedman, Terry B. (Assemblyman) - Tracy Westin, June 27, 1988
Gardner, David - re Robert Reich, May 10, 1989
Gore, Albert (Senator), Sept. 27, 1988
Hart, Gary - List
Hallisey, Jeremiah F., Oct. 29, 1987
Harman, Willis W., and William A. Wilson
Hayden, Tom (Assemblyman), Aug. 14, 1985-Nov. 16, 1988
Hunter, David R. / Liberal
Jackson, Jesse - Speech
Jacoby, Tamar - "Competition Letter," Feb. 1987
Kennedy, Edward (Senator)
Kirk, Paul, Jr.
Levine, Mel, Aug. 11, 1988
Lewis, Flora - 5 Continents / Scheer - Regents, Sept. 1987
Martin, Fred - Gore for President, Oct. 15, 1987
McCune, Pat, Oct. 5, 1988
Metzenbaum, Howard (Senator)
Newsweek Article and Letter, June 3, 1987
New York City Employee Retirement System
PLO Packet List
Rosenthal, A. M., Mar. 26, 1986 and Apr. 28, 1986
Sandberg, Neil J., June 28, 1989
Shrum, Robert, June 19, 1989
SKS ADA Speech
SKS / Jesse Jackson Papers: Persian Gulf and Growth vs. Austerity
Sterling, Howard, July 18, 1989
Warner, John (Senator), Nov. 18, 1985
Weinstein, Steve - letters and article on Hayden, Jewish Journal, Apr. 3, 1986
Westen, Tracy, Nov. 6, 1985
Wicker, Tom, Oct. 28, 1987
Willens, Harold - Nov. 8, 1987 (Al Gore)
Wirth, Timothy E., Senator, Mar. 12, 1987
Alphabetical ca. 1960s-1990s
Altman, George T.
APN (Americans for Peace Now), NY - Shimon Peres, Jan. 15, 1997
Apter, David E.
Beliak, Haim Dov, Rabbi / Michael L. "Mikey" Weinstein
Bell, James Washington
Berger, Samuel R.
Berry, Richard M.
Brown Edmund G. (Brown Campaign 1966)
Caldwell, Lynton K. (Keith)
Christmas Cards, 1966
CIA, 1986, 1990
CIA Leak - N.Y. Times - Judith Miller
CLEF (National Assembly on Teaching the Principles of the Bill of Rights - Civil Liberties Educational Foundation) - Minna Peyser, 1962-1963
Cohen, Stephen F.
COMAT (Commission on Manpower, Automation and Technology) - CSDI Education
Congress - 1966 peace candidates
D (incl. William O. Douglas)
Davis, Louis E.
Donaldson, Nancy A.
Dorsey, John Thornton, Jr.
Dow Co., Inc.; Frank P. Dow
84th Street House
Ferry, W. H.
Frank, Lewis A.
Freeman, Harrop A.
Galeria Del Sol
Galeria - Shows, 1967
Giglio (Isole del Giglio, Italy)
Greece, AP - Draenos
Higginbotham, A. Leon, Jr.
Kroc, Joan B. (Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice at the University of San Diego)
Laucks, Eulah - CSDI, 1996
Legal Center of Santa Barbara
Letters to the Editors
Lieberman, William S. (Museum of Modern Art)
Liera, Juan Quintero - Chicano Manuscript
Lockyer, Bill (Senator), Feb. 17, 1998
Magidson, Herbert D.
Meyers, Merwin A.
Nagler-Severis Associates / Denis Severis
1936 ( A Nation Lost and Found: 1936 America Remembered by Ordinary and Extraordinary People)
1936 - SKS letters
NPQ - SKS Publisher Page
Obst, David - Publishing Pool
Occidental College - MidEast, Mar-July 1993
Palmieri, Victor H.
Pan African Film Festival, Feb. 8, 1998
Papandreou, Maggie - miscellaneous correspondence
Peres, Shimon, Feb. 23, 1998
ACLU - Roger Baldwin Foundation
Bryant, Lefty, 1969
Crider, Gwendoline Mayfield
De La Guerra Investments
Institute for Policy Studies
Legal Services - Santa Barbara County
New Foundation, 1969
American Documentary Films, Inc.
Cuba, Spring 1969
Military-Industrial Complex (AGP)
Musicale at 819 Syl, Dec. 20, 1969
SKS Speaking Engagements, 1969
Letters to the Editor
Veblen, Paul - Santa Barbara News-Press
Museum of Modern Art - Friends Committee
Parent, Walter E. (Judge)
Redmond, Deborah - Principal Earl F. Glahn
Responses to SKS (I)
Responses to SKS (II)
Rosecrance - re Dr. Abdullah Toukan Dinner, Jan. 27, 1998
Rothstein, Richard / Margery Tabankin & Associates / SKS
Rowan, Carl T.
Seidita, Jo - Ronnie Dugger, Jan. 22, 1998
Shoemaker, W.A. - Democratic Assembly, Aug. 29, 1966
On New Politics and Old Politicians
Speech, APN (Americans for Peace Now), Oct. 22, 1998
Steinmetz, Fred H.
"Symposium" - Bill Behn
Toukan, Abdullah / Danae Elon
Tyre, Norman and Hermione Brown
UCSB - CSDI, Oct. 1997
Warnke, Paul C., May 9, 1989
Weininger, Benjamin, M.D. / Karl Menninger, M.D.
Weisskopf, Walter A.
Windmiller, Marshall, 1966
Wisconsin Public Defender Agency (Democracy in Israel)
Worthy, William / Fred Whitehurst
Chronological Files 1960-2007
Oct. 1960-Dec. 1969
Jan. 1970-May 1979
June 1979-July 1982
Aug. 1982-Dec. 1983 [msg Jan-Dec. 1984]
Jan. 1985-Dec. 1985
Jan. 1986-July 1987
Aug. 1987-Dec. 1988
Jan. 1989-July 1990
Aug. 1990-Feb. 1992
Mar. 1992-Apr. 1993
May 1993-July 1994
Aug. 1994-Oct. 1995
Nov. 1995-Dec. 1996
Jan. 1997-Dec. 1997
Jan. 1998-Nov. 1998
Dec. 1998-Nov. 1999
Dec. 1999-Oct. 2000
Nov. 2000 [msg. Dec. 2000]; Jan. 2001-Dec. 2001; [msg. Jan. 2002] Feb. 2002
Mar. 2002-Dec. 2004
Jan-Dec. 2005; [msg. Jan-Oct. 2006] Nov. 2006 [msg. Dec. 2006]; Jan-Dec. 2007
Sub Files 1960s-2003
ca. 1954-1968 [earliest file has contents with burnt edges, probably from CSDI fire]
1970-1977 [msg. 1969]
Series VI: Economics
General ca. 1980s-1990s
Algonquin Symposium - The Changing Economic World
Beaudry, Ann - Director, Public Media Center
Transcripts - Wash, DC (Jan. 1984) - contains copy of Robert Borosage's (Institute for Policy Studies) speech notes from New Economic Agenda Conference
The California Channel
The California Project - Economic Programs & Projects
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Committee for Economic Development
Council of Economic Priorities (CEP)
Council on Foreign Relations
Claybrook / Tax Reform
Defense Budget Project
Economic Education Project
Economic Policy Institute (EPI)
EPS Quarterly - the newsletter of economists for peace and security
Exploratory Project for Economic Alternatives
Faux, Jeff - Economic Policy Institute
Faux, Jeff and David R. Hunter
Fenton, David (Fenton Communications, Inc.)
Hart, Gary, and David E. Bonior
Homeless - Alan Jolis
Hunter, David R.
InterFaith Center to Reverse the Arms Race - Economic Conference
The Jerome Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
Keynes / Reagonomics
Mexico - Debt/Quake
National Center on Poverty Law
Pacific Council on International Policy
Santa Monica Living Wages
Stern, Philip M. / PAC
Strategic Studies Institute U.S. Army War College (SSI)
Third World Debt
Unruh, Jesse M. - Pension Funds
U.R.P.E. (Union for Radical Political Economics)
Economists' Writings ca. 1980s-mid 2000s
Abernathy, William, and Robert Hayes
Aganbegyan, Abel G.
Ahmed, Akbar S.
Arrow, Kenneth J.
Baker, Pauline H.
Baran, Paul A.
Barnet, Richard J.
Bellah, Robert N.
Bernanke, Ben S.
Bernstein, Peter L.
Bishops (various catholic bishops)
Blinder, Alan S.
Bluestone, Barry, and Bennett Harrison
Bohr, Niels, and Werner Heisenberg
Borgese, E. Mann
Borosage, Robert L.
Boyte, Harry C.
Broder, David S.
Buchanan, James M.
Buffett, Warren E.
Burnham, Walter Dean
Calleo, David P.
Caputo, Dante M.
Cheit, Earl F.
Cohen, Stephen F.
Culver, John C.
Darman, Richard G.
Day, Anthony (Tony)
Dean, John W.
Dowd, Douglas F.
ECAAR (Economists Allied for Arms Reduction)
Economists for Peace and Security
Edsall, Thomas Byrne
Eisenhower, Dwight D.
Farer, Tom J.
Feinberg, Richard E.
Friedman, Benjamin M.
Friedman, Thomas L.
Fuller, Graham E.
Gaddis, John Lewis
Gans, Curtis B.
Garten, Jeffrey E.
Garwin, Richard L.
Gelb, Leslie H.
Gigot, Paul A.
Ginger, Ann Fagan
Glassman, James K.
Gurley, John G. (Jack)
Haass, Richard N.
Harrington, Stephanie (Michael Harrington)
Heilbroner, Robert L.
Heller, Walter W.
Henry, James S.
Hirschman, Albert O.
Hough, Jerry F.
Huntington, Samuel P.
Kahn, Alfred E.
Kaplan, Robert D.
Kennan, George F.
Kerensky, Alexander Feodorovich
Keynes, John Maynard
Lerner, Abba P.
Lindbergh, Charles A.
Lipset, Seymour Martin
Loeb, Paul Rogart
Lowenthal, Abraham F.
Luttwak, Edward N.
McCarthy, Eugene J.
McIntyre, Robert S.
McNamara, Robert S.
Madrick, Jeff (Jeffrey Madrick)
Malabre, Alfred L.
Mead, Walter Russell
Michener, James A.
Miller, Arthur S.
Minarik, Joseph J.
Mishan, E. J.
Morris, Charles R.
Moynihan, Daniel Patrick
Nixon, Richard M.
O'Connor, Sandra Day
Ottinger, Richard L.
Pechman, Joseph A.
Peterson, Peter G.
Phillips, Kevin P.
Piore, Michael J., and Charles F. Sabel
Piven, Frances Fox, and Richard A. Cloward
Prestowitz, Clyde V.
Quandt, William B.
Rodberg, Leonard S., and William K. Tabb
Ruggie, John Gerard
Samuelson, Paul A.
Samuelson, Robert J.
Schmookler, Andrew Bard
Smith, Frank (Karl Rove)
Solow, Robert M.
Stockman, David A.
Stone, I. F.
Summers, Lawrence H.
Toffler, Alvin and Heidi
Tuchman, Barbara W.
Von Hayek, Friedrich August
Von Hoffman, Nicholas
Wachtel, Howard M.
Wells, H. G.
Wheelon, Albert D.
Whitbeck, John V.
Wicker, Thomas G.
Will, George F.
Williams, William Appleman
Wilms, Wellford W.
Wilson, James Q.
Wojnilower, Albert M.
Wolin, Sheldon S.
Zevin, Robert B.
Major Economics / Economists ca. latter 1970s-mid 2000s
Casey, William Van Etten
Drell, Sidney D.
EPEA (Exploratory Project for Economic Alternatives)
Galbraith, John Kenneth
Galbraith, John Kenneth, and Richard Parker (biography of Galbraith)
Gordon, David M.
Gordon, David M. (cont.)
Kaufman, Richard F.
Kohlberg, Jerome Jr. (Founder) and Sol Price
Nye, Joseph S., Jr.
Olsen, David B.
Ottinger, Richard L.
Palevsky, Joan - philanthropist obituary
Parker, Richard B.
Parker, Richard B. (cont.)
Reich, Robert B.
Reich, Robert B., and David Pierpont Gardner
Shearer, Casey V.
Shearer, Casey V., and Derek Shearer
Shearer, Cody P.
Shearer, Derek, and Ruth Goldway (wife of Shearer)
Shearer, Derek, and Julie Yannatta (daughter of Ruth Goldway Shearer)
Series VII: Greece - Papandreou
Aegean - NATO
American Hellenic Alliance
Anastasi, Paul (aka Paul Anastasiades)
Andreas G. Papandreou Foundation
Arsenis, Gerasimo D.
Athens Economic Conference, June 1983
Athens Group - Richard Parker, June 1983
Biddle Committee (Francis Biddle)
Boudin, Leonard B.
Cambridge Foundation for Peace, Oct. 3, 2000
Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC)
CIA - Greek Coup
Clones, Julia Panourgia
Demetracopoulos, Elias P.
Dimitras, Panayote E.
Dratch, Howard B.
EEC (European Economic Community)
E.T.B.A. (Hellenic Industrial Development Bank)
Fenton, David S. (David Fenton Communications, Inc.)
Fenton, David S. (David Fenton Communications, Inc.) Greece
Five Continent Peace Initiative
Fulbright, J. W.
Greece - General
Greece - A Profile (International Studies Association, Press Office)
Greece Arrests, Jan. 1, 1971
Greece Policy, 1983
Greece ( Ramparts early versions)
Greece / U.S.
Greek American Committees
Greek Correspondence - Current (1967-1968)
Greek Economic Planning
Greek Election, Oct. 18, 1981
Greek Relief Committee
Greek Seminar, Oct. 23-27, 1961
Greeks - Serbia
Grimsson, Olafur Ragnar
Halperin, M. - Greece
Harlambopolous, Aga - BWS (Betty Sheinbaum) tapes [interviews], Aug. 1974
International Conference on Stagnation in the West: The Challenge for Democratic Planning
Israel - Athens, Apr. 4, 1994
Ixtapa, Mexico, Aug. 27, 1986
Jews in Greece
Kaltsas, Harvey - Michael McClintock
Kanter, Mickey / Northrop Corporation
Katris, John A.
Katsanevas, Sofia Papandreou
Keeley, Robert V.
Kennedy, Edward M. (Sen.)
Klamon, William R. - NSA - Greece (United States National Student Association)
Koch, Edward I. (Mayor)
Kosovo - MP (Margarita Papandreou)
Kotzamani, Marina - Arts - Columbia University
KYP - Intelligence
Lianis - Heller
Lipset, Harold K.
Louka Conference (Louka Katseli)
Moratorium / Mikhail S. Gorbachev
Nuclear Free Zone
Pagonas, Anthony N.
PAK (Panhellenic Liberation Movement) - Andreas G. Papandreou (President, National Council), ca. 1968-1972
Papandreou, Andreas G. (AP)
Andreas Papandreou Foundation
Andreas Papandreou Institute
Athens, Aug. 1974
Case Regarding High Treason
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) - Apr. 5, 1968 Staff Meeting
Clinton, Bill (President) / Skopje (Macedonia)
Five Continents Peace and Disarmament Initiative, 1987
Foreign Agents Registration
Funeral - (SKS) Stanley K. Sheinbaum remarks
Funeral - Speech
LA Visit - Apr. 4, 1967 (Greeks)
Memorial, June 1997
Santa Barbara Visit (news clips post-SB visit)
Santa Barbara Visit, 1968
2nd (second) mortgage
Statements, Sept. 3, 1974
Theory of the Firm, 1952 (Survey of Contemporary Economics)
World Jewish Congress
Papandreou, Dimitra Liani
Papandreou, George A. (GP)
Papandreou, George - East West Institute
Papandreou, George - Reception, 2000
Papandreou, Maggie (also, Margaret or Margarita - wife of AP) (MP)
Feb. 13-17, 1982
Clinton, Hillary (First Lady)
Ladikos, Costas - Liana Kanelli
Nightmare in Athens
Post (after) AP - MiMi
Script - "The Radicalization of Catherine"
W.M.S. II (Women for Mutual Security)
Papandreou, Nick (Nicholas) (NP)
Papoulias, Carolos (Karolos)
Papoulias, George D.
Parliamentarians Global Action
PASOK (Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) Party) - meeting, Oct. 13, 1984
Paykou, Arthur J.
Six Nations Dinner, June 1988
Stockholm, Jan. 20-22, 1988
Stone, Marc - letter (indictment analysis)
Vachliotis, Andreas A.
Vassilakis, Adamantios (Dimis)
Wiesner - International Arms Verification and Study Center
Wilkinson, Robert C. / Tritsas
Women for a Meaningful Summit
Xifaras, Michael (aka Apostolefs Michail Xifaras)
Series VIII: Israel and Jews ca. 1980s-latter 2000s
Abraham, Daniel S.
AFSC (American Friends Service Committee)
Aharanot, Yediiot - responses
AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee)
"Allon-plus plan" - BiBi
American Friends of Tel Aviv University
American Jewish Committee (AJC)
American Jewish Congress
American Jewish Congress - Cairo / Israel, Jan. 1988
American Jewish Congress - Geller
American Jewish World Service (AJWS)
Anti-Israel Members of Congress
APN (Americans for Peace Now) - Sten Andersson
Arabs / Jews
Beerman, Leonard I. (Rabbi)
Ben Ze'ev, Yoram
Bennett, George F. - Rabbi Marc H. Tannenbaum Foundation, Inc.
Benton, Marjorie - The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute
Bijou, Leon J.
Billionaires - meeting with prominent Jewish business leaders
Bin Laden, Osama
Black/Jewish, Rev. James Lawson, Mark Ridley-Thomas
Bojarsky, Donna / Rosalind Wyman
Brenner, Gary - Avshalom Vilan (MAPAM MERETZ)
Bronfman, Edgar, Jr.
Bucher, Glenn R. - GTU (Graduate Theological Union)
Cairo Signing, May 1994
Cedar, Joseph / Vered Kellner
Cedars Sinai, L.A.
Cohen, Sheldon S.
Consulate General of Israel
Dean, John W.
Dekro, Jeffrey, Mar. 2, 1993
Dershowitz, Alan M.
DeWitt Clinton High School
Djerejian, Edward P.
Dole, Robert (Senator)
Durban, South Africa
"Economic Development in Judea-Samaria and the Gaza District," Bank of Israel
Elon, Amos, and Danae Elon
Factor, Max, III - Harvard University
Field, Irwin S.
Fields, Harvey J. (Rabbi)
Fortgang, Tamar - L.A. theatre
Foundation for Middle East Peace
Foxman, Abraham H.
Freehling, Allen I. (Rabbi)
Friends of Israel Committee
Gaza - West Bank, 1988
Geller, Laura (Rabbi)
Gilman, Neil K.
Golan - incl. Golan borders
Golda Meir Association
Goldrich, Jona - American Friends of Tel Aviv University
Gorman, Natalie Bodanya
GTU (Graduate Theological Union)
Gubser, Peter - ANERA (American Near East Refugee Aid)
Haass, Richard N.
Haikal, Mohammad Hassanein on Assad
Halevi, Yossi Klein
Harari, Haim / Tikkun
HBO (Michael Fuchs, Chairman) - copy of letter from Yasir Arafat
Heller, Mark A.
Helmick, Raymond G.
Hertzberg, Arthur, Rabbi
Hier, Marvin, Rabbi
Hirsch, Seev / Ora Setter - Arab and Jewish mix
Hjertonsson, Ulf - PLO Basics
Institute for Jewish & Community Research
Israel - General
Israel 50th Anniversary - New York Times - Los Angeles Times
Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind
Israel / Palestine
Israel Policy Forum (IPF)
Israel Religious Action Center
Israel / U.S. Religious Right
Israel Women's Network
Israel - Miscellany
Israeli Artists for Peace
Israeli / Palestinian Peace Commitment '97
Israelis - BiBi (Netanyahu)
Jacobs, Steven B. (Rabbi) / Rabbi Sharon Brous
Jewish Defense League (JDL)
Jewish National Fund
Jewish Peace Lobby (JPL)
Jews in Central America
Jews in Spain
Jews - Polls
Jews vs. Jews
Jewish Voice for Peace / Cecilie Surasky
[Kennedy School] John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University - Palestinian Authority (Andrew Parasiliti)
Khalef, Samir Judeh
Lantos, Tom - Levine
L.A. Youth - Blacks Jews
Leeuwen, Marianne van
Lifton, Robert K.
Lillihammer Conference, July 13-17, 1998
Los Angeles Times - Op Eds
Lovik - Conference, Sweden, 1990
Lustiger, Jean-Marie (Cardinal) - Paris
MAPAM (United Workers Party of Israel - Managua (Nicaragua)
MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger
MERETZ USA: for Israeli Civil Rights and Peace
Meyer, Marshall (Rabbi)
Middle East Career Women's Forum
Middle East Childrens Alliance
MidEast 2nd / 1975
Milken, Michael - incl. Milken Institute
Miscellaneous - U.S. Arab / Jewish Organizations
Morrison, Bruce - Soviet Jewish Emigres
NARAL (National Abortion Rights Actions League)
NatPAC (The National PAC/AIPAC)
Nazzal, Nafez Yousef
Netanyahu, Benjamin (BiBi)
Neve Shalom Arab - Jewish Cooperative Settlement and School for Peace
New Israel Fund
New York Times - "Open Letter from American Jews," July 17, 2002
[Nishma] - Project Nishma
PAX World Foundation
Pogrebin, Letty Cottin
Poles - Jewish
P.L.O. (The Palestine Liberation Organization)
Rabbis for Human Rights
Ramer, Bruce M.
Ramer, Bruce M. (cont.)
RATZ-CRM - Civil Rights & Peace Movement
Regas, George, and Leonard I. Beerman
Reiner, Rob, and Michele Singer Reiner
Remnick, Dave / BiBi (Benjamin Netanyahu)
Right Wing Israel
Rose, Charlie - Middle East
Ross, Dennis B.
Rozet, Bruce A.
Rubin, Miles L.
Ruby, Walter, Feb. 16, 1988
Sadat Peace Foundation, Inc.
Sandberg, Neil C. - Pacific Rim
Schmemann, Serge - BiBi, NYT, Nov. 23, 1997
Schneier, Marc (Rabbi)
Schulweis, Harold, Rabbi
Seeds of Peace
Shaath, Nabeel and Gary Tobin
Shoah - Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation / Ahavia Scheindlin
Slifka, Alan B. - Abraham Fund
Sneh, Ephraim (Brig. General)
Socialist International Cairo, May 1990
Sontag, Deborah - NYT
Stark, Inge - Agribusiness
Steinberg, Gerald M.
Sten - Middle East Peace Process
Tell Your Children...
Tikkun: A Bimonthly Jewish Critique of Politics, Culture & Society
Tobin, Gary (cont.)
U.J.A. (United Jewish Appeal) - Federation of New York
Union for Reform Judaism
USC - Institute for the Study of Jews in American Life
U.S. Jews - Polls
U.S. Jews vs. Begin (Prime Minister Menachem Begin)
U.S. Policy, 1989
Walden, Richard, and Mark A. Bruzonsky
Wallach, John / Yassir Arafat
Wallach, John - Shultz
Withhold U.S. Aid
World Jewish Congress
Yariv, Aharon (Major General)
Young, Ronald J.
Zionism Is Racism
Zionist Organization of America
Series IX: Issues
General ca. 1970-2008
Abraham Lincoln Brigade
Accuracy in Media
ADA (Americans for Democratic Action, Inc.)
[Adenauer] - Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Foundation and Wolfgang Pordzik
ADL (Anti-Defamation League)
Africa Research Group
AID (Agency for International Development) - U.S. Department of State, Robert C. Ruben
Alter, Judith B. - 2005 election
American Academy of Dramatic Arts West
Americans for Peace Now
[Arab Jew Economic Development] - The Center for Jewish-Arab Economic Development
Arbatov, Georgi A.
ASNE (American Society of Newspaper Editors)
Asner, Ed, and Vanessa Redgrave
Augerson, Elisabeth R., and Philip H.
Barbra Streisand Foundation [see also: Streisand Foundation]
Bay Area Institute
BENS (Business Executives for National Security) - Stanley A. Weiss, Chairman
Bernard Rappaport Foundation
Big Business Day, Apr. 17, 1980
Black Panther Party
Black Panthers (Huey Newton)
Brennan Center for Justice, NYU School of Law
Burkett, Heather (Booth)
California Tax Reform Association (CTRA)
Californians against Political Corruption
CALPIRG (California Public Interest Research Group)
Campaign for America's Future
Campaign for Economic Democracy
Campbell, Tom - Santa Barbara oil
C.D.I. (Center for Defense Information)
Center for Political Reform
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Children's Defense Fund
CIA (Central Intelligence Agency)
Citizens against Phony Initiatives
Citizens for Tax Justice (CTJ)
Citizens for Tax Justice (CTJ) - cont.
Citizens Leadership Foundation
Citizens Transition Project
CLUE (Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice)
The Committee for National Security - Barnet/Benton
Committee for Public Justice
Constitutional Rights Foundation (CRF)
Council on Economic Priorities
Council on Foreign Relations - General and Abraham F. Lowenthal (Drug Control)
Cowan, Geoffrey (Dean, Annenberg School for Communication, USC) - incl. General, Aileen Cowan, Cowan Commission, Cowan Trust, FCC, and TV Pilots
Cranston, Alan, and Tad Daley
Cuomo, Mario M., and Andrew M. Cuomo
Death Penalty Focus
De la Madrid, Miguel (President of Mexico) - Hollywood Women's Coalition event entitled "Imagine There's a Future," 40th anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings
De Maigret, Pamela
Democratic Socialists of America
Demos: A Network for Ideas and Action - Stephen Heintz
Diebold - E. Katz
Disney Music Hall - Mrs. Norman Chandler (President of The Music Center, Inc.) and Frank Gehry (architect)
Drug Policy Alliance
Drug Policy Foundation
Dugger, Ronnie - Alliance for Democracy
Dugger, Ronnie, and Ken Reiner
Duttons (Leslie C. and Doug) - Full Disclosure Network; closing of Dutton's Brentwood Bookstore
Economic Policy Institute
Elster, Ernestine and Stanley, 1995
Environment - General
Environmental Media Association (EMA)
EPEA (Exploratory Project for Economic Alternatives) TV
Ethikon Valley (The Ethikon Institute)
Evolution Group - Judd Nelson
FAIR (Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting)
Fanton, Jonathan F.
Ferry, W.H. (Ping)
Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights
Free Press Action Fund
Frumkin, Sherry - Bernie Sanders for Congress campaign, 1996
Full Disclosure Network - Leslie Dutton
Future Fund - Frank Smith
Garcia Márquez, Gabriel
Garner, James, and Lois Garner
Garrett, Lila - ADA
Gerard, Tom, and Rick Paddock
Goldberger, Marvin (Murph)
Gorbachev, Mikhail, and Alan Cranston
Gorney, Rod (2004 Election)
Gottlieb, Gerald H.
Hack, Nadine B.
[Halperin] - Morton H. and Ina Halperin v. Henry Kissinger, et al.
Halperin, Mort - Think Tank (American Majority Institute)
Harlem - 123rd Street
Harman, Jane - Mark Kroeker and other
Harry Bridges Project
Hesseman, Howard - Paris
Higgins - letters from a male dog named Higgins (aka Peggy Chantler Dick), along with copy of related letter to Barbra Streisand, including news about his involvement in Middle East affairs
Hollywood Policy Center (HPC)
Hollywood Women's Political Committee
Holy Sounds Foundation
Howe, Irving (cont.)
Huerta, Dolores - United Farm Workers
Humanitarian Law Project - Abe Chayes
Hume, Ellen (Executive Director, Joan Shorenstein Barone Center on the Press)
Hunter, David R.
Hunter Jane - Publisher of Israeli Foreign Affairs, an independent monthly research report on Israel's diplomatic and military activities world wide
IAF (Industrial Areas Foundation)
IMF (International Monetary Fund) Bailout
Institute for Democratic Socialism
Institute of Politics
Insurance - California insurance initiatives
Interlink Press Service
In These Times
Iraq Defections, 1995
Jobs with Peace
John Birch Society
John Burton Foundation for Children without Homes
Josephson Institute - Ethics
Kabbara, J. M.
Kagan, Benjamin, and Talcor
KPFK 90.7 FM
Krim, Arthur B.
Kroc (Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice)
KVST - TV
KVST - TV (cont.)
Kwitny, Jonathan - The Kwitny Report
L.A. Theatre Works
Lame, Michael - Mideast Foundation
LaRouche, Lyndon H., Jr. - mostly correspondence, articles and press releases from James Duree, Jr. ( Executive Intelligence Review and LaRouche in 2004)
Lawyers' Guild - Grand Jury
Lear, Norman / Debates
Lewis, Charles - Public Integrity
Lin, Paul T. K.
Lincoln, James F. (Jeff)
Lindesmith Center - Ethan A. Nadelmann
Living Wage - K. Dreyfuss
Loeb, Paul Rogat
Los Angeles Salary Authority
Los Angeles Times
Low Power TV
Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, 1988
Ma Bell / ATT
Mains, Lauren - Rorer Studies
Manley, Michael - Jamaica
Mansfield, Maureen and Mike (Mansfield Foundation) / Francis L. Dale
Maps - Consolidated Map of the West Bank
Marina Del Ray
Massey, Jeanne Hilles
Masur, Richard and Fredda Weiss
Mazel, Bernard - Kent State Killings
McGill Middle East Program in Civil Society and Peace Building
McKeithan, Deborah C.
Mearsheimer, John J., and Stephen M. Walt
Media & Values [Elizabeth Thoman]
Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute
Meriwether, John W.
Meynet, Maryanne - Environment
Mexican American Legal Defense Education Fund (MALDEF)
Miller, Mark Crispin
Mimieux, Yvette, Peter and Kim Tomsen
Morales, Esai - AIDS
Mott, Stewart Rawlings
MoveOn - Bill 2
M.S.U. (Michigan State University)
Mufti, Mahmoud I
National Committee Against Repressive Legislation (NCARL)
National Voting Rights Institute
NATO at 50
de Necochea, Fernando
Network for American Renewal
New America Foundation
New Populist Forum
New York Review of Books
New York Times / BWS
Nuclear Cooperation - US / India
Office of the Americas
One Bank Holding
Open Mind / Heffner, Richard
Orbach, Raymond L. - UCR
Ornstein, Robert M.
Pacific Council on International Policy
PACT (Positive Alternative Choices Today) - William R. Ewald
Palau Pacific Media Project
Peck, Gregory - Library Foundation of Los Angeles
Peres, Shimon, and Dorothy Harman
Peretz, Martin - New Republic
Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR)
Police / FBI
Public Affairs Conference Center (Kenyon College)
Rajiv Gandhi Foundation
Roosevelt Institution / Quinn
Rosecrance, Richard - UCLA, Institute for International Relations and Policy
Santa Barbara - U.S. Department of Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, re Narcotic Addict Control and Crime Reduction Program
Santa Fe Institute - Bulletin
SBLDC (Legal Defense Center of Santa Barbara, Inc.)
Schachter, Marvin / Interfaith
Schmookler, Andrew Bard
SCLC / West (Southern Christian Leadership Conference)
SDS (Students for a Democratic Society)
Seidelman, Arthur Allan
Smith, Anna Deveare - "Twilight;" "House Arrest: First Edition"
Socialist Workers Party
South Central Farmers
Southern California Americans for Democratic Action (SCADA)
Stewart, Jill and Dan Morain
Stone, Jeremy J.
Stone, Oliver - Nixon
Streisand Foundation (see also: Barbra Streisand Foundation)
Super Power I
Sweezy, Paul M.
Tanzania / Dennis J. Kucinich
Taxation with Representation
Teamsters / Ron Carey campaign for president of Teamsters Union
Teitelbaum, Steven A.
Texas Freedon Network
Thurow, Lester C.
Toro (Elizabeth of Toro)
Town Hall of California - James J. Zogby (Arab American Institute)
Truth-Telling Project - DC
Turkey - Syria
Twair, Pat McDonnell
UCI /Humanities Research Institute (HRI)
UCLA International Institute
UC / Los Alamos / Management
Valera, Phil - The Ethikon Institute
Van Nuys High School - 14th Amendment
Vera Institute of Justice
Watts Labor Community Action Committee - Teryl Watkins
Webster, William H.
Wilder, Carol Royce
Wiseman, Jay E.
Wolin, Sheldon S.
World War II - Philippines
Yang, Henry - UCSB Chancellor
Young Artists United
Zogby, James J.
Activists ca. 1973-2006
Abramowitz, Mort and Richard M. Walden
ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now)
AEI (American Enterprise Institute)
American Jewish World Service
Anagnos, Aris and Carolyn
Arca (The Arca Foundation)
Belsky, Valerie Y.
Bergman, Lowell, and Jeff Gerth
Boyte, Harry C.
Brown, J. Larry (Tufts University School of Nutrition) - Hunger
C.E.P. (Council on Economic Priorities) post resignation
Center for Cuban Studies
Children of War
Committee of 25 - L.A.'s Super Government
Cott, Jennifer B.
Dakin, Susanna B. - Bhopal
Darrow (Clarence Darrow Foundation)
Fiscal / Monetary
Fonda, Jane - FTA (Free the Army)
Friends of the Earth
Funiciello, Theresa - Welfare
Gay - Gay Community Services Center
Gelman, Sharon R.
Grossman, Richard L.
Gulf and Western Industries, Inc.
Hammer, Armand, and Diego Cordovez