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Inventory to the Annelise Graebner Anderson Papers
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Schedules, memoranda, correspondence, reports, notes, clippings, and sound recordings relating to the presidential campaign of Richard M. Nixon in 1968 and Ronald Reagan in 1980, and to preparations for the presidential administration of Ronald Reagan; and draft and final report, transcripts of meetings and hearings, correspondence, notes, press releases, and clippings, relating to activities of the President's Commission on Privatization in investigating and making recommendations concerning the desirability of transferring various functions and assets of the United States government to the private sector (conclusions published as Privatization: Toward More Effective Government: Report of the President's Commission on Privatization [Washington, 1988]).
An American economist, Annelise Graebner Anderson was a staff member for the Republican 1968 and 1980 presidential campaign committees, and a part of the 1980-1981 presidential transition team. During 1980, she was a senior policy adviser to the presidential campaign of Ronald Reagan, and as Associate Director of the Office of Presidential Personnel, worked on staffing the departments of Treasury, Transportation, and Commerce during the transition to the first Reagan administration.
146 manuscript boxes, 3 phonorecords, 2 phonotapes, digital files. (61.2 linear feet)
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