Register of the Milton Friedman papers

Finding aid prepared by Linda Bernard, Dana M. Harris, and Elizabeth Konzak
Hoover Institution Library and Archives
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Stanford University
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Title: Milton Friedman papers
Date (inclusive): 1931-2006
Collection Number: 77011
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 227 manuscript boxes, 5 oversize boxes, 4 card file boxes, 1 slide box, 1 envelope, 1 oversize folder (99.9 Linear Feet)
Abstract: Speeches and writings, correspondence, notes, statistics, printed matter, sound recordings, videotapes, and photographs relating to economic theory, economic conditions in the United States, and governmental economic policy. Digitized copies of many of the sound and video recordings in this collection, as well as some of Friedman's writings, are available at https://miltonfriedman.hoover.org. 
Creator: Friedman, Milton, 1912-2006
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Library & Archives

Access

"Boxes 103-107 and 235-236 closed.
The remainder of the collection is open for research; materials must be requested at least two business days in advance of intended use."

Publication Rights

For copyright status, please contact the Hoover Institution Library & Archives.
Digitized materials are protected by copyright laws and are provided for educational and research purposes only. Any infringing use may be subject to disciplinary action and/or civil or criminal liability as provided by law. If you believe you are the rights holder and object to Hoover's use of a digitized item, please contact hooverarchives@stanford.edu.

Acquisition Information

First acquired by the Hoover Institution Library & Archives in 1977, the collection includes additions from the 1980s until 2007 in boxes 109-112 and a large increment in boxes 113-235 acquired in 2008.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Milton Friedman papers, [Box no., Folder no. or title], Hoover Institution Library & Archives.

Alternative Form Available

Also available on microfilm (226 reels). Digitized copies of many of the sound and video recordings in this collection, as well as some of Friedman's writings, are available at https://miltonfriedman.hoover.org. 

Biographical Note

1912 July 31 Born, Brooklyn, New York
1932 B.A., Rutgers University
1933 M.A., University of Chicago
1934-1935 Research assistant, Social Science Research Committee, University of Chicago
1935-1937 Associate economist, National Resources Committee, Washington, D.C.
1937-1940 Lecturer, Columbia University
1937-1946, 1948-1981 Member, Research Staff, National Bureau of Economic Research, New York
1938 Married Rose Director
1940-1941 Visiting professor of economics, University of Wisconsin
1941-1943 Principal economist, Division of Tax Research, U.S. Treasury Department
1942 Professor, United States Department of Agriculture Graduate School, Washington, D.C.
1943 Author (with Carl S. Shoup and Ruth P. Mack), Taxing to Prevent Inflation
1943-1945 Associate director, Statistical Research Group, Division of War Research, Columbia University
1945 Author (with Simon S. Kuznets), Income from Independent Professional Practice
1945-1946 Associate professor of economics and statistics, University of Minnesota
1946 Ph.D., Columbia University
1946-1948 Associate professor of economics, University of Chicago
1948 Author (with Harold A. Freeman, Frederic Mosteller, W. Allen Wallis), Sampling Inspection
1948-1982 Professor of economics, University of Chicago
1950 Consultant, Economic Cooperation Administration, Office of the United States Special Representative in Europe, Paris
1953 Author, Essays in Positive Economics
1956-1979 Council of Academic Advisers, American Enterprise Institute
1957 Author, A Theory of the Consumption Function
1960 Author, A Program for Monetary Stability
1962 Author, Price Theory: A Provisional Text
  Author (with Rose D. Friedman), Capitalism and Freedom
1963 Author (with Anna J. Schwartz), A Monetary History of the United States, 1867-1960
  Author, Inflation: Causes and Consequences
1968 Author, Dollars and Deficits: Inflation, Monetary Policy and the Balance of Payments
1968-1994 Advisory Board, Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking
1969 Author, The Optimum Quantity of Money and Other Essays
1969-1970 Member, The President's Commission on an All-Volunteer Armed Force
1970 Author (with Anna J. Schwartz), Monetary Statistics of the United States
1972 Author, An Economist's Protest: Columns on Political Economy
1973 Member, The President's Commission on White House Fellows
1975 Author, There Is no Such Thing as a Free Lunch
1976 Author, Price Theory
  Recipient, Nobel Prize in Economics
1977- Senior research fellow, Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University, California
1978 Author, Tax Limitation, Inflation and the Role of Government
1980 Author (with Rose D. Friedman), Free to Choose, and presenter of a ten-part TV series on PBS of the same title.
1981-1988 Member, The President's Economic Policy Advisory Board
1982 Author (with Anna J. Schwartz), Monetary Trends in the U.S. and the United Kingdom
1983 Author, Bright Promises, Dismal Performance: An Economist's Protest
1983- Professor emeritus, University of Chicago
1984 Author (with Rose D. Friedman), Tyranny of the Status Quo, and presenter of a three part PBS television program of the same title.
1986 Awarded the Grand Cordon of the First Class Order of the Sacred Treasure (Japanese Government)
1988 Awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom
  Awarded the National Medal of Science
1992 Author (with Thomas S. Szasz), edited and with a preface by Arnold S. Trebach and Kevin B. Zeese, Friedman and Szasz on Liberty and Drugs: Essays on the Free Market and Prohibition
  Author, Money Mischief: Episodes in Monetary History
1992- Active Member, Academia Scientiarum et Artium Europaea (European Academy of Sciences and Arts)
1993- Founding Member, National Coalition for Drug Policy Change
1996- Chairman, Board of Directors, Milton and Rose D. Friedman Foundation to promote public understanding of the need for major reform in K-12 education and the role that competition through educational choice can play in achieving that reform
1998 Author (with Rose D. Friedman) Two Lucky People: Memoirs
1999- Member, Advisory Board, California Parents for Educational Choice
2006 Died

Scope and Content of Collection

The Milton Friedman papers include a variety of materials relating to economic theory, economic conditions in the United States, and governmental economic policy. Friedman interacted with a wide network of academics, economists, and politicians, with whom he corresponded frequently. The papers display his thoughts and expertise in extensive correspondence, speeches and writings, collected research materials, statistics, printed materials, and photographs, as well as sound and video recordings.

Related Collections

Collected Works of Milton Friedman website, http://miltonfriedman.hoover.org  Collected Works of Milton Friedman Project records, Hoover Institution Library & Archives The Legacy of Milton and Rose Friedman's Free to Choose conference proceedings, 2003, Hoover Institution Library & Archives Free to Choose: video tape, 1980, Hoover Institution Library & Archives

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Audiotapes
Video tapes
Free enterprise
United States -- Economic policy
Economics
Economists
United States -- Economic conditions
Reagan, Ronald

 

Biographical File 1931-1980

Scope and Contents note

Articles, clippings, awards, bibliographies, biographies, school and employment records, and resolutions, arranged alphabetically by physical form.
 

Articles and clippings on Milton Friedman

box 1, folder 1

1950-1963

box 1, folder 2

1963-1969

box 1, folder 3

1964

box 1, folder 4

1965-1966

box 1, folder 5

1967

box 1, folder 6

1968

box 2, folder 1

1969

box 2, folder 2

1970

box 2, folder 3

1970-1972

box 2, folder 4

1971

box 2, folder 5

1972-1973

box 2, folder 6

1973-1974

box 3, folder 1

1974-1976

box 3, folder 2

1975-1976

box 3, folder 3

1976

box 4, folder 1-2

1977

box 4, folder 3

1978

box 4, folder 4

1978-1980

box 4, folder 5

1979

box 5, folder 1

Awards

box 5, folder 2

Bibliographies

box 5, folder 3

Biographies

 

Employment records

box 5, folder 4

Civil Service Commission 1936-1940

box 5, folder 5

Department of Commerce 1944-1945

box 5, folder 6

University of Chicago 1946-1966

Scope and Contents note

Includes financial records.
box 5, folder 7

Economic Cooperation Administration 1951

box 5, folder 8

Council of Economic Advisers 1969-1975

box 5, folder 9

Resolutions honoring Milton Friedman

 

Subject file

box 5, folder 10

Health

box 5, folder 11-13

Student years

box 5, folder 14

Miscellaneous

 

Correspondence 1940-1991

Scope and Contents note

Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent.
 

General

box 6, folder 1

Autograph requests

 

Congratulatory messages on Nobel Prize 1976

box 6, folder 2

Unidentified

box 6, folder 3

A-B

box 6, folder 4

C-D

box 6, folder 5

E-F

box 6, folder 6

G-H

box 6, folder 7

I-K

box 6, folder 8

L-M

box 6, folder 9

N-Q

box 7, folder 1

R-S

box 7, folder 2

T-V

box 7, folder 3

W-Z

 

Recommendation letters

box 7, folder 4

1946-1949

box 7, folder 5

1950-1954

box 7, folder 6

1956

box 7, folder 7

1958-1979

 

Viewers' comments on Milton Friedman's appearances on the Phil Donahue Show

box 8, folder 1-2

1979

box 8, folder 3-5

1980-1981

box 9, folder 1

Aar-Adl

box 9, folder 2

Afs-Alv

box 9, folder 3

Ame-Ande

box 9, folder 4

Ando-Arm

box 9, folder 5

Arn-Att

box 9, folder 6

Aug-Avr

box 9, folder 7

Baa-Bak

box 9, folder 8

Bal-Bar

box 9, folder 9

Bas-Bax

box 9, folder 10

Bea-Belk

box 9, folder 11

Bell-Bey

box 10, folder 1

Bha-Bjo

box 10, folder 2

Bla-Blu

box 10, folder 3

Boa-Bop

box 10, folder 4

Bor-Boy

box 10, folder 5

Bra

box 10, folder 6

Bre-Bri

box 10, folder 7

Bro

box 10, folder 8

Bru-Buro

box 10, folder 9

Burt-Bz

box 11, folder 1

Cal-Cap

box 11, folder 2

Car-Cav

box 11, folder 3

Ce-Cha

box 11, folder 4

Che-Chu

box 11, folder 5

Ci-Cl

box 11, folder 6

Coa-Coi

box 11, folder 7

Col

box 11, folder 8

Com-Coo

box 12, folder 1

Cop-Coy

box 12, folder 2

Cr

box 12, folder 3

Cu

box 12, folder 4

Daa-Dar

box 12, folder 5

Das-Dav

box 12, folder 6

De-Di

box 12, folder 7

Doe-Dwo

box 13, folder 1

Ear-Ext

box 13, folder 2

Fal-Fou

box 13, folder 3

Fra-Fur

box 13, folder 4

Gaf-Gir

box 13, folder 5

Gla-Gwi

box 13, folder 6

Had-Hay

box 13, folder 7

Hea-Hit

box 13, folder 8

Hof-Hyn

box 14, folder 1

Ind-Iwa

box 14, folder 2

Jac-Jen

box 14, folder 3

Joh-Jou

box 14, folder 4

Kah-Ket

box 14, folder 5

Kha-Kut

box 14, folder 6

Lak-Lew

box 14, folder 7

Lic-Lue

box 14, folder 8

Mac-May

box 15, folder 1

McB-McP

box 15, folder 2

Mea-Mey

box 15, folder 3

Mic-Miy

box 15, folder 4

Moa-Mye

box 15, folder 5

Nar-Ney

box 15, folder 6

Nic-Noy

box 15, folder 7

Oba-Opi

box 15, folder 8

Pad-Pay

box 15, folder 9

Pea-Ple

box 15, folder 10

Pol-Put

box 16, folder 1

Quic-Quin

box 16, folder 2

Rad-Rey

box 16, folder 3

Ric-Roy

box 16, folder 4

Rud-Rut

box 16, folder 5

Sae-Scu

box 16, folder 6

Seg-Sho

box 16, folder 7

Sid-Slo

box 16, folder 8

Smi-Sny

box 16, folder 9

Soa-Spr

box 16, folder 10

Sta-Sti

box 17, folder 1

Sto-Swe

box 17, folder 2

Taf-Tix

box 17, folder 3

Tol-Tys

box 17, folder 4

Udi-Urq

box 17, folder 5

Val-Vuc

box 17, folder 6

Wad-Wat

box 17, folder 7

Web-Whi

box 17, folder 8

Wie-Wis

box 17, folder 9

Wol-Wri

box 17, folder 10

Yam-Zoe

box 18, folder 1

Abdel-Salam, Osman Hashim 1972

box 18, folder 2

Ablin, Richard 1970-1977

box 18, folder 3

Abrahams, Martin 1956

box 18, folder 4

Abram, Morris B., Jr. 1970-1973

box 18, folder 5

Abramovitz, Moses [See also: Stanford University] 1947-1978.

box 18, folder 6

Abt, Clark C. 1973-1976

box 18, folder 7

Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei 1978-1979

box 18, folder 8

Adams, Brock 1976

box 18, folder 9

Adams, Charles 1964

box 18, folder 10

Adams, E. Sherman 1953-1960

box 18, folder 11

Adar, Zvi (and Noel M. Edelson) 1975-1976

box 18, folder 12

Adelman, Abram E. 1968-1969

box 18, folder 13

Adickes, Roland 1967

box 18, folder 14

Adie, Douglas K. 1964-1978

box 18, folder 15

Advisory Committee on Intergovernmental Relations 1979

box 18, folder 16

Agarwala, Ramgopal 1964-1972

box 18, folder 17

Akerman, Johan 1954-1962

box 18, folder 18

Alchian, Armen 1948-1977

box 18, folder 19

Aldine Publishing Company 1966

box 18, folder 20

Aliber, Robert Z. (Committee for Economic Development) 1964

box 18, folder 21

Allais, Maurice 1948-1978

box 18, folder 22

Allen, Carl E. 1959-1960

box 18, folder 23

Allen, J. Garrott 1974-1977

box 18, folder 24

Allen, Richard V. 1968

box 18, folder 25

Allen, S. Troy 1967-1976

box 18, folder 26

Allen, Steve 1977-1979

box 18, folder 27

Allen, William R. 1957-1978

box 18, folder 28

Almonacid, Ruben D. 1969-1974

box 18, folder 29

Alon, Gabriel 1953-1969

box 19, folder 1

American Economic Association (Morris A. Copeland, Calvin B. Hoover, Theodore W. Schultz) 1953-1966

box 19, folder 2

American Economic Review (John G. Gurley, Paul T. Homan) 1950-1966

box 19, folder 3

American Enterprise Institute 1972

box 19, folder 4

American Philosophical Society 1960

box 19, folder 5

American Statistical Association (Merrill M. Flood) 1948-1949

box 19, folder 6

Ames, Bruce N. 1978-1979

box 19, folder 7

Amin, R. K. 1963

box 19, folder 8

Amnesty International 1977-1978

box 19, folder 9

Andersen, Leonall C. 1965-1978

box 19, folder 10

Anderson, C. W. (Employers' Association of Milwaukee) 1959-1977

box 19, folder 11

Anderson, David G. 1966-1968

box 19, folder 12

Anderson, Martin 1965-1979

box 19, folder 13

Anderson, Paul S. 1961-1962

box 19, folder 14

Anderson, Robert O. 1978

box 19, folder 15

Anderson, T. W. 1959

box 19, folder 16

Anderson, William W. 1963-1966

box 19, folder 17

Andreen, Finn 1966-1977

box 19, folder 18

Angel, Ronald W. 1977-1978

box 19, folder 19

Applegate, Albert A. 1966

box 19, folder 20

Arbuckle, Ernest C. 1958-1977

box 19, folder 21

Argy, Victor 1969

box 19, folder 22

Arnoldy, Roman F. 1974-1979

box 19, folder 23

Arrow, Kenneth J. 1951-1973

box 19, folder 24

Atlas, S. undated

box 19, folder 25

Atlee, John S. 1956

box 19, folder 26

Atrill, Verne H. 1950-1956

box 19, folder 27

Audouin, Raoul 1975-1977

box 19, folder 28

Auerbach, Robert D. 1968-1979

box 19, folder 29

Auernheimer, Leonardo 1972-1975

box 19, folder 30

Australian Financial Review, 1978

box 19, folder 31

Axelrad, Norman 1978

box 19, folder 32

Axilrod, Stephen H. 1960-1969

box 19, folder 33

Ayau, Manuel F. 1974-1978

box 19, folder 34

Aydt, Arthur E. 1969

box 20, folder 1

Bach, G. L. 1946-1977

box 20, folder 2

Baer, John W. 1978-1979

box 20, folder 3

Bagley, Edward R. 1973-1975

box 20, folder 4

Bailey, Martin J. 1972

box 20, folder 5

Baily, Nathan A. 1970-1976

box 20, folder 6

Bain, James K. 1975-1976

box 20, folder 7

Bajt, Aleksander 1973

box 20, folder 8

Bakal, Richard 1964

box 20, folder 9

Bakar, Gerson 1978-1979

box 20, folder 10

Ball, George W. 1969

box 20, folder 11

Banfield, Edward C. 1970-1978

box 20, folder 12

Barclay, Clifford H. 1977-1979

box 20, folder 13

Barger, Harold 1962-1964

box 20, folder 14

Barkai, Haim 1970-1976

box 20, folder 15

Barker, C. Austin 1976-1978

box 20, folder 16

Barnard, Doug, Jr. 1979

box 20, folder 17

Baroody, William J. 1963-1973

box 20, folder 18

Barr, Joseph W. 1961

box 20, folder 19

Barr, Nicholas A. 1980

box 20, folder 20

Barro, Robert J. 1969-1978

box 20, folder 21

Barrows, Perce S. 1968-1969

box 20, folder 22

Bartley, Robert L. (Wall Street Journal) 1975-1979

box 20, folder 23

Barton, Charles T. 1974-1977

box 20, folder 24

Bar-Yosef, Y. 1974-1977

box 20, folder 25

Bass, Henry 1977-1978

box 20, folder 26

Bassett, Marjorie 1966-1967

box 20, folder 27

Bauer, Peter T. 1953-1979

box 20, folder 28

Baumol, William J. 1949-1975

box 20, folder 29

Beadle, George W. 1964-1967

box 20, folder 30

Becker, Gary S. 1953-1983

box 20, folder 31

Beer, Gerald 1974

box 20, folder 32

Beham, Yohanan 1969-1977

box 20, folder 33

Beichman, Arnold 1970-1976

box 20, folder 34

Bell, Carolyn Shaw 1973

box 20, folder 35

Bell, Geoffrey L. 1964-1969

box 20, folder 36

Bell, James W. 1948-1959

box 20, folder 37

Ben-David, Joseph 1958-1970

box 20, folder 38

Benishay, Haskell 1961-1972

box 20, folder 39

Bennett, John T., Jr. 1975

box 20, folder 40

Benston, George J. 1965-1969

box 20, folder 41

Berelson, Bernard 1955-1977

box 20, folder 42

Bernstein, Edward M. 1965-1975

box 20, folder 43

Bernstein, Joel 1951-1976

box 20, folder 44

Bernstein, Peter L. 1967-1977

box 20, folder 45

Berry, D. 1952

box 20, folder 46

Bierly, Ivan R. 1957-1963

box 20, folder 47

Birenbaum, William 1948-1955

box 20, folder 48

Birkenhead, T. Bruce 1966

box 20, folder 49

Birnbaum, Eugene A. 1970-1978

box 20, folder 50

Black, Fischer 1971-1973

box 20, folder 51

Black, John D. 1955

box 20, folder 52

Blackie, William 1973-1979

box 20, folder 53

Blake, Jacqueline 1978-1979

box 20, folder 54

Blatchford, Frank W., III 1961

box 20, folder 55

Blough, Roy 1959-1961

box 20, folder 56

Bluefarb, Sam 1977-1978

box 20, folder 57

Blumberg, Aryeh 1964-1979

box 21, folder 1

Boarman, Patrick M. 1965-1967

box 21, folder 2

Boddy, Francis M. 1949-1956

box 21, folder 3

Bodenhorn, Diran 1951-1963

box 21, folder 4

Bodkin, Ronald 1960-1961

box 21, folder 5

Body, Zvi 1975

box 21, folder 6

Boggs, Danny J. 1968-1969

box 21, folder 7

Boorstin, Daniel J. 1973

box 21, folder 8

Booth, Wayne C. 1971

box 21, folder 9

Bordo, Michael David 1968-1978

box 21, folder 10

Borts, George H. 1952-1973

box 21, folder 11

Boschwitz, Rudy 1979

box 21, folder 12

Boskin, Michael (and John Shoven) 1974

box 21, folder 13

Bossons, John (and Thomas Wilson) 1964-1974

box 21, folder 14

Bowden, Lord Vivian 1974

box 21, folder 15

Bowen, Howard R. 1951-1953.

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with John H. Williams.
box 21, folder 16

Bowen, William G. 1958-1961

box 21, folder 17

Bowman, Ward S. 1958-1972

box 21, folder 18

Brady, Dorothy S. 1948-1957

box 21, folder 19

Brady, William H., Jr. 1960-1967

box 21, folder 20

Brand, Lawrence H. 1970-1977

box 21, folder 21

Brand, Stewart 1977

box 21, folder 22

Brandenburg, R. O. 1973-1979

box 21, folder 23

Brandt, Karl 1949-1960

box 21, folder 24

Braun, Julius 1969-1979

box 21, folder 25

Breen, Nancy 1951-1973

box 21, folder 26

Breit, William 1964-1979

box 21, folder 27

Brennan, Michael J. 1959-1963

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with George L. Mehren.
box 21, folder 28

Brill, Daniel H. 1965-1969

box 21, folder 29

Brimmer, Andrew F. 1973

box 21, folder 30

Brinegar, George K. 1951-1952

box 21, folder 31

Brinkley, David 1974

box 21, folder 32

Brittain, John A. 1959-1970

box 21, folder 33

Brittan, Samuel (Financial Times, London) 1958-1978

box 21, folder 34

Broida, Arthur L. 1961-1962

box 21, folder 35

Bronfenbrenner, Martin 1947-1977

box 21, folder 36

Brookes, Warren T. 1976

box 21, folder 37

Brookings Institution (Robert D. Calkins) 1956-1965

box 21, folder 38

Brown, Elizabeth R. 1978

box 21, folder 39

Brown, Francis J. 1964

box 21, folder 40

Brown, George H. 1964

box 21, folder 41

Brown, Leon B. 1963-1965

box 21, folder 42

Brown, Sidney 1969-1976

box 21, folder 43

Brown, Winton 1971-1974

box 22, folder 1

Brownlee, Oswald H. 1951-1962

box 22, folder 2

Broyde, Samuel 1963-1967

box 22, folder 3

Brozen, Yale 1950-1968

box 22, folder 4

Brunie, Charles H. 1968-1977

box 22, folder 5

Brunner, Karl 1956-1978

box 22, folder 6

Bryan, Malcolm 1959-1960

box 22, folder 7

Bryant, Ralph C. 1976

box 22, folder 8

Bubeck, C. H. 1964-1965

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with Harry C. Eastman.
box 22, folder 9

Buchanan, James M. 1951-1977

box 22, folder 10

Buchanan, Norman S. 1958

box 22, folder 11

Buchanan, Patrick J. 1973

box 22, folder 12

Buckley, James L. 1971-1973

box 22, folder 13

Buckley, William F., Jr. 1961-1979

box 22, folder 14

Budzyner, Simon 1971-1976

box 22, folder 15

Bunting, Robert L. 1955-1974

box 22, folder 16

Burns, Arthur F. 1947-1972

box 22, folder 17

Burns, Joseph M. 1960-1979

box 22, folder 18

Burstein, Meyer L. 1960-1978

box 22, folder 19

Burtle, James 1958

box 22, folder 20

Business Week 1956-1966

box 22, folder 21

Busler, Michael R. 1976-1979

box 22, folder 22

Butler, Arthur 1959

box 22, folder 23

Butz, Earl L. 1975

box 22, folder 24

Caffè, Federico 1965

box 22, folder 25

Cagan, Phillip D. 1952-1978

box 22, folder 26

Cameron, Rondo E. 1951-1964

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with John Perry Miller.
box 22, folder 27

Campaigne, Jameson G., Jr. 1977

box 22, folder 28

Campbell, Albert M. 1978

box 22, folder 29

Campbell, Burnham O. 1971-1972

box 22, folder 30

Campbell, Colin D. 1949-1973

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with Ralph E. Conwell.
box 22, folder 31

Campbell, W. Glenn 1955-1972

box 23, folder 1

Cargill, Thomas F. 1977

box 23, folder 2

Carlson, Sune 1947-1955

box 23, folder 3

Carnegie Corporation 1961-1970

box 23, folder 4

Carr, Jack 1969-1978

box 23, folder 5

Carson, Deane 1959-1973

box 23, folder 6

Cate, James L. 1972-1973

box 23, folder 7

Chamberlin, Edward H. 1948-1960

box 23, folder 8

Chapin, Ned 1958-1959

box 23, folder 9

Chase, Samuel (and Lyle Gramley) 1965

box 23, folder 10

Cheadle, Harold L. 1958-1961

box 23, folder 11

Chicago Council on Foreign Relations 1951-1952

box 23, folder 12

Chipman, John S. 1957-1964

box 23, folder 13

Chiswick, Barry R. 1975

box 23, folder 14

Chow, Gregory C. 1957-1973

box 23, folder 15

Christ, Carl F. 1949-1979

box 23, folder 16

Christenson, Charles 1973

box 23, folder 17

Circ, Ljubo 1973

box 23, folder 18

Claassen, Emil Maria 1967-1974

box 23, folder 19

Clark, Clifford D. 1952-1975

box 23, folder 20

Clark, Colin 1948-1978

box 23, folder 21

Clark, John M. 1952-1961

box 23, folder 22

Clark, Lincoln 1949-1956

box 23, folder 23

Clark, Lindley H., Jr. (Wall Street Journal) 1965-1975

box 23, folder 24

Clawson, Del 1974

box 23, folder 25

Clise, J. Ward 1957-1961

box 23, folder 26

Cloos, George W. 1959

box 23, folder 27

Clower, Robert W. 1959-1976

box 23, folder 28

Coase, Ronald H. 1948-1976

box 23, folder 29

Cochran, William G. 1937-1950

box 23, folder 30

Cohan, Avery B. 1958-1977

box 23, folder 31

Cohen, Wilbur J. 1971

box 23, folder 32

Colberg, Marshall R. 1959-1961

box 23, folder 33

Colean, Miles L. 1973-1974

box 23, folder 34

Colgate Conservative Club 1966

box 23, folder 35

Collier, Robert P. 1971-1974

box 23, folder 36

Collier's Yearbook (William T. Couch) 1954-1955

box 23, folder 37

Columbia Owl 1964

box 23, folder 38

Columbia University (Horace Taylor) 1946-1951

box 24, folder 1

Conard, Joseph W. 1960-1961

box 24, folder 2

Congdon, Tim 1979

box 24, folder 3

Connally, John 1971-1972

box 24, folder 4

Constantacatos, M. E. 1955-1963

box 24, folder 5

Cook, Paul W., Jr. 1966

box 24, folder 6

Cooper, Randall H. 1957-1959

box 24, folder 7

Copeland, Morris A. (Cornell University) 1949-1961

box 24, folder 8

Corn, Ira G., Jr. 1975-1982

box 24, folder 9

Cornuelle, Richard C. 1956-1963

box 24, folder 10

Cortney, Philip 1950-1964

box 24, folder 11

Court, Andrew T. 1956-1979

box 24, folder 12

Coutsoumaris, George 1962-1970

box 24, folder 13

Cox, Albert H., Jr. 1965-1971

box 24, folder 14

Cox, Garfield V. 1951-1969

box 24, folder 15

Cramer, Ronald E. 1971-1977

box 24, folder 16

Cramton, Roger C. 1962

box 24, folder 17

Crane, Edward H. 1977

box 24, folder 18

Crane, Philip M. 1965-1978

box 24, folder 19

Cranston, Alan 1978

box 24, folder 20

Creamer, Daniel 1959-1960

box 24, folder 21

Crouch, Robert L. 1971-1972

box 24, folder 22

Crum, W. L. 1949

box 24, folder 23

Culbertson, John M. 1959-1966

box 24, folder 24

Cunnyngham, Jon 1964-1971

box 24, folder 25

Currie, Lauchlin 1976

box 24, folder 26

Currier, Frederick P. 1966-1978

box 24, folder 27

Curtis, Carl T. 1974-1978

box 24, folder 28

Curtis, Thomas B. 1960-1967

box 24, folder 29

Curtis, Thomas E., Jr. 1976-1979

box 24, folder 30

Cutler, Preston S. 1960

box 24, folder 31

Cyert, Richard M. 1974

box 25, folder 1

Daane, J. Dewey 1963-1969

box 25, folder 2

Dahrendorf, Ralph 1975

box 25, folder 3

Dale, Edwin L., Jr. 1969-1974

box 25, folder 4

Daly, Donald J. 1951-1975

box 25, folder 5

Dannenmeyer, William E. 1976-1977

box 25, folder 6

Darby, Michael R. 1972-1978

box 25, folder 7

Davenport, John 1959-1979

box 25, folder 8

Davidson, Ralph K. 1952

box 25, folder 9

Davies, Gethyn 1963-1966

box 25, folder 10

Davis, Joseph S. 1956-1968

box 25, folder 11

Dean, Charles R. 1958-1962

box 25, folder 12

Dean, Joel 1955-1961

box 25, folder 13

Deaver, John V. 1957-1961

box 25, folder 14

De Borchgrave, Arnaud 1976

box 25, folder 15

De Fremery, Robert 1947-1975

box 25, folder 16

Dehmlow, Louis H. T. 1960-1972

box 25, folder 17

Delcour, David W. 1963-1966

box 25, folder 18

Deming, W. Edwards 1949-1969

box 25, folder 19

Dennison, Stanley 1955-1965

box 25, folder 20

Dewald, William G. 1961-1966

box 25, folder 21

Director, Aaron 1951-1964

box 25, folder 22

Dirksen, Everett McKinley 1965

box 25, folder 23

Doblin, Ernest M. 1949-1950

box 25, folder 24

Donald, Gordon 1949-1951

box 25, folder 25

Douglas, Paul H. 1951-1963

box 25, folder 26

Douglass, Paul F. (American University) 1950

box 25, folder 27

Drèze, Jacques H. 1955-1960

box 25, folder 28

Dure, Leon 1960-1962

box 25, folder 29

Duesenberry, James S. 1952-1960

box 26, folder 1

Earhart Foundation (Richard A. Ware) 1953-1966

box 26, folder 2

Earley, James S. 1951

box 26, folder 3

Ecker-Racz, Laszlo L. 1951

box 26, folder 4

Economic Club of Chicago 1964

box 26, folder 5

Egle, Walter 1949-1966

box 26, folder 6

Eicher, Jean-Claude 1957-1960

box 26, folder 7

Eisner, Robert 1949-1964

box 26, folder 8

Ellender, Allen J. 1963

box 26, folder 9

Elliott, G. Alex 1952-1955

box 26, folder 10

Elliott, Roy 1958-1964

box 26, folder 11

Ellis, Howard 1947-1957

box 26, folder 12

Ellsworth, Robert F. 1965

box 26, folder 13

Emmer, Robert E. 1964

box 26, folder 14

Enke, Stephen 1955-1963

box 26, folder 15

Ensley, Grover W. 1948-1960

box 26, folder 16

Enthoven, Alain 1957

box 26, folder 17

Epstein, Ralph C. 1949-1958

box 26, folder 18

Erlenborn, John N. 1966

box 26, folder 19

Ethics (Charles Perry) 1958-1965

box 26, folder 20

Evans, G. Heberton, Jr. 1947-1960

box 26, folder 21

Fand, David I. and Sally 1948-1972

box 26, folder 22

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (Edison H. Cramer) 1959

box 26, folder 23

Federal Reserve System 1948-1965

box 26, folder 24

Feige, Edgar 1959-1964

box 26, folder 25

Fellner, William 1958-1965

box 26, folder 26

Ferber, Robert 1947-1948

box 26, folder 27

Fertig, Lawrence 1961-1965

box 27, folder 1

Fishburn, Peter C. 1991

box 27, folder 2

Fisher, Malcolm R. 1955-1976

box 27, folder 3

Ford, Gerald R. 1976

box 27, folder 4

Fortune (John McDonald) 1952-1961

box 27, folder 5

Foster, Philip 1976

box 27, folder 6

Frankel, S. Herbert 1960-1964

box 27, folder 7

Frechtling, John A. 1955

box 27, folder 8

Free Society Association 1965-1967

box 27, folder 9

Freeman, Gaylord A., Jr. 1961-1976

box 27, folder 10

Freeman, Harold A. 1949

box 27, folder 11

Friend, Irwin 1951-1959

box 27, folder 12

Fulbright, J. W. 1955

box 27, folder 13

Galbraith, John Kenneth 1951-1972

box 27, folder 14

Garvy, George 1949-1972

box 27, folder 15

Gaylord, Clayton R. 1959

box 27, folder 16

Ghez, Gilbert 1972

box 27, folder 17

Gideonse, Max 1950-1956

box 27, folder 18

Gifford, John K. 1966

box 27, folder 19

Ginzberg, Eli 1947-1955

box 27, folder 20

Glassburner, Bruce 1961-1962

box 27, folder 21

Goldenthal, Adolph J. (Economic Cooperation Administration) 1951-1961

box 27, folder 22

Goldsmith, Raymond W. and Selma F. 1949-1962

box 27, folder 23

Goldstein, Henry N. 1961

box 27, folder 24

Goldwater, Barry 1960-1962

box 27, folder 25

Gomberg, William 1958-1959

box 27, folder 26

Gordon, H. Scott 1961-1962

box 27, folder 27

Gordon, R. Aaron 1964-1965

box 27, folder 28

Gorman, W. M. 1960

box 27, folder 29

Gorter, Wytze 1957-1960

box 27, folder 30

Guillebaud, C. W. 1960-1962

box 27, folder 31

Haberler, Gottfried 1950-1965

box 27, folder 32

Hagen, Everett E. 1949-1956

box 27, folder 33

Haley, Bernard F. 1950-1961

box 27, folder 34

Hamburger, William 1950-1965

box 27, folder 35

Hamilton, Earl J. 1950-1965

box 27, folder 36

Hammond, Bray 1959-1962

box 27, folder 37

Harberger, Arnold 1949-1958

box 27, folder 38

Harbison, Frederick (Princeton University) 1956-1960

box 27, folder 39

Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc. 1951-1979

box 27, folder 40

Harper, F. A. 1959-1961

box 27, folder 41

Harper's Magazine (John Fischer) 1961-1966

box 27, folder 42

Harris, Seymour E. 1948-1961

box 27, folder 43

Harriss, C. Lowell 1946-1962

box 27, folder 44

Hart, Albert G. 1949-1961

box 27, folder 45

Hasson, Joseph A. 1962-1969

box 28, folder 1

Hatanaka, Michio 1961-1963

box 28, folder 2

Hayek, Friedrich A. von 1949-1964

box 28, folder 3

Hazlitt, Henry 1953

box 28, folder 4

Heflebower, Richard B. 1949-1958

box 28, folder 5

Heller, Walter W. 1949-1976

box 28, folder 6

Henig, Harry 1951-1959

box 28, folder 7

Hester, Donald D. 1963

box 28, folder 8

Hildreth, Clifford 1959-1961

box 28, folder 9

Hill, W. W., Jr. 1961

box 28, folder 10

Hilton, George W. 1962-1964

box 28, folder 11

Hindley, Brian V. 1962-1964

box 28, folder 12

Hirshleifer, Jack 1955-1965

box 28, folder 13

Hodgman, Donald R. 1960-1963

box 28, folder 14

Hoff, Trygve J. B. (Farmand) 1950-1964

box 28, folder 15

Holben, Ralph E. 1948-1949

box 28, folder 16

Holmes, Rolland W. 1957-1958

box 28, folder 17

Homan, Paul T. 1958-1962

box 28, folder 18

Hoselitz, Bert F. 1963-1972

box 28, folder 19

Hotelling, Harold 1949-1955

box 28, folder 20

Hough, Louis 1950-1952

box 28, folder 21

Houthakker, Hendrik S. 1958-1959

box 28, folder 22

Humphrey, Hubert H. 1958

box 28, folder 23

Institut de Science Economique Appliquée (Pierre Pujade) 1947

box 28, folder 24

Institut de Statistique de l'Université de Paris 1952-1953

box 28, folder 25

Intercollegiate Society of Individualists 1960-1966

box 28, folder 26

Ivarsson, Sven-Ivar 1952-1956

box 28, folder 27

Jacoby, Neil H. 1955-1976

box 28, folder 28

Jahn, William A. 1960-1962

box 28, folder 29

Japan Economic Research Center (Jiro Enjoji) 1964

box 28, folder 30

Jaszi, George 1950-1972

box 28, folder 31

Javits, Jacob K. 1966

box 28, folder 32

Johnson, Dudley W. 1954-1964

box 28, folder 33

Johnson, Harry G. 1956-1976

box 28, folder 34

Johnson, Thomas F. (American Enterprise Association) 1961-1972

box 28, folder 35

Jones, Alice (Mrs. Homer) 1957-1958

box 28, folder 36

Jones, Homer 1949-1964

box 28, folder 37

Journal of Economic History 1968-1969

box 28, folder 38

Journal of Political Economy (Robert A. Mundell, Albert Rees) 1957-1966

box 28, folder 39

Journal of the American Statistical Association (Dale W. Jorgenson, William G. Madow) 1949-1966

box 28, folder 40

Jouvenel, Bertrand de 1951-1960

box 29, folder 1

Kafka, Alexandre 1961-1962

box 29, folder 2

Kane, Edward J. 1963-1964

box 29, folder 3

Kaplan, Marshall 1960-1963

box 29, folder 4

Kareken, John H. 1958-1965

box 29, folder 5

Kauder, Emil 1957-1961

box 29, folder 6

Kefauver, Estes 1959-1962

box 29, folder 7

Kelley, Augustus M. 1949-1952

box 29, folder 8

Kemp, Arthur 1954-1964

box 29, folder 9

Kenen, Peter B. 1961-1962

box 29, folder 10

Keran, Michael 1966-1976

box 29, folder 11

Kershaw, Joseph A. 1952-1955

box 29, folder 12

Kessel, Reuben A. 1953-1962

box 29, folder 13

Ketchem, Marshall D. 1949-1962

box 29, folder 14

Keyfitz, Nathan 1940

box 29, folder 15

Kilberg, Edward J. 1951-1958

box 29, folder 16

Kimpton, Lawrence A. 1951-1964

box 29, folder 17

Kindahl, James K. 1957-1958

box 29, folder 18

Kissinger, Henry A. 1958

box 29, folder 19

Kitamura, Hiroshi 1956-1958

box 29, folder 20

Klarman, Herbert E. 1948-1965

box 29, folder 21

Klein, John J. 1955-1960

box 29, folder 22

Knopf, Alfred A. 1953

box 29, folder 23

Knowles, Ruth Sheldon 1961-1965

box 29, folder 24

Koopmans, Tjalling C. 1955-1957

box 29, folder 25

Kozelka, Richard L. 1948-1954

box 29, folder 26

Kreml, Franklin M. 1956-1970

box 29, folder 27

Kristol, Irving 1972

box 29, folder 28

Kuh, Edwin 1957-1959

box 29, folder 29

Kuznets, Simon S. 1946-1961

box 29, folder 30

Laidler, David 1963-1966

box 29, folder 31

Laird, Melvin R. 1962-1963

box 29, folder 32

Lakatos, Imre 1973

box 29, folder 33

Landau, Peter 1964

box 29, folder 34

Lary, Hal B. 1963

box 29, folder 35

Latané, Henry Allan 1955-1961

box 29, folder 36

Latsis, Spiro J. 1972-1973

box 29, folder 37

Law, William L. 1961-1965

box 29, folder 38

Lees, Dennis K. 1964-1966

box 29, folder 39

Leftwich, Richard H. 1960-1964

box 29, folder 40

Lerner, Abba P. 1959-1963

box 29, folder 41

Lerner, Eugene 1952-1964

box 29, folder 42

Lester, Richard A. 1950-1962

box 29, folder 43

Letwin, William 1958-1962

box 29, folder 44

Levy, David 1964-1965

box 29, folder 45

Levy, Jerome 1959-1965

box 29, folder 46

Lewis, H. Gregg 1954-1959

box 29, folder 47

Lilly Endowment, Inc. 1966

box 29, folder 48

Lin, An-loh 1968

box 29, folder 49

Lipsett, Don 1972

box 29, folder 50

Liviatan, Nissan 1958-1962

box 29, folder 51

London School of Economics (Alexander M. Carr-Saunders, Lionel C. Robbins) 1951

box 29, folder 52

Lutz, Friedrich A. 1950-1957

box 30, folder 1

Macesich, George 1957-1962

box 30, folder 2

Machlup, Fritz 1952-1966

box 30, folder 3

Macmillan Company 1948-1950

box 30, folder 4

Macy, C. Ward 1954-1961

box 30, folder 5

Madden, Carl E. 1966

box 30, folder 6

Madow, William G. 1950-1961

box 30, folder 7

Markowitz, Harry 1951-1952

box 30, folder 8

Martin, William McC. 1955-1962

box 30, folder 9

Marty, Alvin L., Jr. 1960-1966

box 30, folder 10

Mason, Edward S. 1954-1961

box 30, folder 11

Mayer, Thomas 1957-1965

box 30, folder 12

McGraw Hill Book Company 1949-1950

box 30, folder 13

McKean, Roland N. 1949-1960

box 30, folder 14

McNamara, Pat 1959

box 30, folder 15

Meade, James 1952-1953

box 30, folder 16

Meerman, Jacob 1960-1963

box 30, folder 17

Meigs, A. James 1960-1968

box 30, folder 18

Meiklejohn, Donald 1959-1966

box 30, folder 19

Meiselman, David 1955-1972

box 30, folder 20

Meltzer, Allan H. 1959-1972

box 30, folder 21

Mendershausen, Horst 1959-1962

box 30, folder 22

Merriam, John F. 1965-1966

box 30, folder 23

Metzler, Lloyd A. 1950

box 30, folder 24

Meyer, John R. (and Edwin Kuh) 1956-1962

box 30, folder 25

Mikesell, Raymond F. 1957-1964

box 30, folder 26

Millikan, Max F. 1949-1951

box 30, folder 27

Milliman, J. W. 1961

box 30, folder 28

Mills, Frederick C. 1947-1952

box 30, folder 29

Mills, Wilbur D. 1955

box 30, folder 30

Mishan, Edward 1951-1960

box 30, folder 31

Mitchell, George W. 1961-1964

box 30, folder 32

Modern Age (Eugene Davidson) 1960-1964

box 30, folder 33

Mohrman, P. C. 1952-1961

box 30, folder 34

Moore, William H. 1951

box 30, folder 35

Morrison, George R. 1959-1966

box 30, folder 36

Morrison, Jay 1959-1965

box 30, folder 37

Mosteller, Frederick 1948-1960

box 31, folder 1

Multer, Abraham J. 1962

box 31, folder 2

Murphey, Dwight D. 1964

box 31, folder 3

Murphy, Henry C. 1958

box 31, folder 4

Murphy, J. Carter 1949-1963

box 31, folder 5

Naddeo, Alighiero 1959-1960

box 31, folder 6

National Planning Association 1951-1952

box 31, folder 7

Neisser, Hans 1947-1965

box 31, folder 8

Nerlove, Marc 1950-1976

box 31, folder 9

New York University (Howard L. Adelson) 1959-1960

box 31, folder 10

Newman, Frank C. 1958-1976

box 31, folder 11

Nicholls, William H. 1958

box 31, folder 12

Nichols, Russell T. 1946-1964

box 31, folder 13

North, Douglass C. 1958-1962

box 31, folder 14

Northwestern Young Conservative Club 1964

box 31, folder 15

Noyes, Guy E. 1960-1964

box 31, folder 16

Nutter, G. Warren 1950-1972

box 31, folder 17

Obst, Maxwell 1949-1955

box 31, folder 18

Oi, Walter Y. 1960-1964

box 31, folder 19

Okun, Arthur M. 1956-1960

box 31, folder 20

Pai, M. R. 1964

box 31, folder 21

Papandreou, Andreas G. 1958-1962

box 31, folder 22

Pardridge, William D. 1964-1965

box 31, folder 23

Patin, Edgard 1966

box 31, folder 24

Patinkin, Don 1948-1974

box 31, folder 25

Patman, Wright 1964

box 31, folder 26

Pechman, Joseph A. 1953

box 31, folder 27

Percy, Charles H. 1955-1960

box 31, folder 28

Perlman, Mark 1955

box 31, folder 29

Perlman, Morris 1965-1966

box 31, folder 30

Perroux, Frangois 1947-1957

box 31, folder 31

Pesek, Boris 1952-1963

box 31, folder 32

Peterson, William H. 1960-1964

box 31, folder 33

Pfouts, R. W. 1958-1959

box 31, folder 34

Philbrook, Clarence E. 1948-1964

box 31, folder 35

Phillips, A. William 1955-1961

box 31, folder 36

Poole, William 1963-1969

box 31, folder 37

Porter, Charles O. 1959

box 31, folder 38

Predetti, Adalberto 1958-1960

box 31, folder 39

Prest, Alan R. 1948-1958

box 31, folder 40

Princeton University Press (Herbert S. Bailey, Jr.) 1956-1963

box 31, folder 41

Pritchard, Leland J. 1947-1963

box 31, folder 42

Proxmire, William 1960

box 32, folder 1

Ramana, Duvvuri V. 1955-1960

box 32, folder 2

Read, Leonard E. 1957-1966

 

Relm Foundation [See: Earhart Foundation]

box 32, folder 3

Revista de occidente 1963-1964

box 32, folder 4

Riefler, Winfield W. 1955-1960

box 32, folder 5

Risch, Walter F. 1960-1962

box 32, folder 6

Robbins, Lionel C. 1951-1977

box 32, folder 7

Robinson, Clark 1957

box 32, folder 8

Rockford College 1959

box 32, folder 9

Rolfe, Sidney E. 1949-1956

box 32, folder 10

Rolph, Earl R. 1952-1956

box 32, folder 11

Rosenblatt, David 1946-1951

box 32, folder 12

Rosten, Leo C. 1947-1959

box 32, folder 13

Rottenberg, Simon 1956-1961

box 32, folder 14

Royal Economic Society 1959

box 32, folder 15

Royster, Vermont (Wall Street Journal) 1960-1963

box 32, folder 16

Ruggles, Richard 1951-1962

box 32, folder 17

Salant, Walter S. 1958-1972

box 32, folder 18

Salera, Virgil 1957-1963

box 32, folder 19

Samuels, Len H. 1959-1961

box 32, folder 20

Samuelson, Paul A. 1951-1966

box 32, folder 21

San Diego Chamber of Commerce (Max Schetter) 1977

box 32, folder 22

Saulnier, Raymond J. 1950-1960

box 32, folder 23

Savage, Leonard J. 1952-1955

box 32, folder 24

Sawyer, John A. 1949-1952

box 32, folder 25

Schmidt, Emerson P. 1950-1964

box 32, folder 26

Schultz, Theodore W. 1948-1965

box 33, folder 1

Selden, Richard 1951-1961

box 33, folder 2

Seldon, Arthur 1961-1965

box 33, folder 3

Seltzer, Lawrence H. 1947-1958

box 33, folder 4

Shapiro, Eli 1955-1962

box 33, folder 5

Shaw, Edward S. 1947-1964

box 33, folder 6

Shaw, R. Harland 1962

box 33, folder 7

Shea, George (Wall Street Journal) 1963

box 33, folder 8

Sheinbaum, Stanley K. 1961-1962

box 33, folder 9

Shenfield, Arthur A. 1968-1972

box 33, folder 10

Shenoy, B. R. 1958-1965

box 33, folder 11

Shere, Louis 1948-1959

box 33, folder 12

Shiskin, Julius 1955-1968

box 33, folder 13

Shoup, Carl S. 1946-1959

box 33, folder 14

Shugg, Roger W. (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.) 1948-1966

box 33, folder 15

Shultz, George P. 1970-1973

box 33, folder 16

Simkin, Rubin 1951-1965

box 33, folder 17

Slater, David W. 1955-1964

box 33, folder 18

Smith, Harlan M. 1948-1951

box 33, folder 19

Sohmen, Egon 1959-1968

box 33, folder 20

Solo, Robert 1953-1959

box 33, folder 21

Solow, Robert M. 1952-1972

box 33, folder 22

Somers, Harold M. 1948-1966

box 33, folder 23

Southern Economic Journal 1956-1960

box 33, folder 24

Sowell, Thomas 1961-1969

box 33, folder 25

Spengler, Joseph J. 1949-1966

box 33, folder 26

Sprinkel, Beryl W. 1957-1965

box 33, folder 27

Sprowls, Riley Clay 1950-1952

box 33, folder 28

Stanford University 1964-1967

box 33, folder 29

Stans, Maurice H. 1969

box 33, folder 30

Stassen, John H. 1963-1966

box 33, folder 31

Stein, Herbert M. 1948-1968

box 33, folder 32

Steiner, W. H. 1949-1959

box 33, folder 33

Sterling, J. E. Wallace 1964-1965

box 33, folder 34

Stevenson, Adlai E. 1952

box 33, folder 35

Stewart, Walter W. 1949-1957

box 33, folder 36

Stigler, George J. 1947-1991

box 34, folder 1

Stocking, George W. 1949-1960

box 34, folder 2

Striner, Herbert E. 1966

box 34, folder 3

Strotz, Robert H. 1953-1962

box 34, folder 4

Sufrin, Sidney S. 1947-1962

box 34, folder 5

Sweeny, Timothy Dennis 1949-1951

box 34, folder 6

Tanaka, Seigen 1963-1964

box 34, folder 7

Tarshis, Lorie 1957-1965

box 34, folder 8

Telser, Lester 1957-1958

box 34, folder 9

Templeton, Kenneth (William Volker Fund) 1957-1958

box 34, folder 10

Theil, Henri 1958-1966

box 34, folder 11

Timberlake, Richard 1954-1964

box 34, folder 12

Tintner, Gerhard 1946-1964

box 34, folder 13

Tobin, James 1956-1978

box 34, folder 14

Tresselt, Dag E. S. 1965

box 34, folder 15

Tsiang, S. C. 1957-1962

box 34, folder 16

Turvey, Ralph 1952-1976

box 34, folder 17

Tyler, Ralph W. 1949-1964

box 34, folder 18

U.S.A. Magazine (Alice Widener) 1957-1959

box 34, folder 19

United States. Congress. House of Representatives. Committee on Banking and Currency 1964

box 34, folder 20

United States. Congress. House of Representatives. Committee on the Judiciary 1950

box 34, folder 21

United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee 1954-1964

box 34, folder 22

United States. Department of the Treasury (Robert B. Anderson) 1959-1960

Scope and Contents note

Includes Milton Friedman's memoranda "Auction Method for Selling Securities" and "Recent Behavior of Stock of Money and Its Relation to Past Behavior."
box 34, folder 23

University of Chicago Press (Alexander J. Morin) 1951-1959

box 34, folder 24

University of London 1952

box 34, folder 25

University of Minnesota 1955

box 34, folder 26

University of Wisconsin 1963

box 34, folder 27

Upgren, Arthur R. 1951-1959

box 34, folder 28

Van den Haag, Ernest 1966-1972

box 34, folder 29

Van Sickle, John V. 1954-1964

box 34, folder 30

Vermont Taxpayers Union (Robert L. Schuettinger) 1980

box 34, folder 31

Villard, Henry H. 1951-1964

box 34, folder 32

Viner, Jacob 1952-1959

box 34, folder 33

Vining, Rutledge 1948-1961

box 35, folder 1

Walker, Charls E. 1959-1964

box 35, folder 2

Wallace, Neil 1964

box 35, folder 3

Wallich, Henry C. 1957-1968

box 35, folder 4

Wallis, W. Allen 1946-1957

box 35, folder 5

Walters, A. A. 1961-1965

box 35, folder 6

Warburton, Clark 1951-1968

box 35, folder 7

Weintraub, Robert 1959

box 35, folder 8

Weiss, Eugene 1960-1976

box 35, folder 9

Weiss, Roger 1951-1964

box 35, folder 10

Wessel, Robert H. (University of Cincinnati) 1963-1966

box 35, folder 11

Western Economic Journal 1968

box 35, folder 12

Williams, Lynn A. 1950

box 35, folder 13

Williams, Oliver 1962-1965

box 35, folder 14

Williams, Walter 1960

box 35, folder 15

Williamson, Jeffrey G. 1961-1962

box 35, folder 16

Willits, Joseph H. 1947-1963

box 35, folder 17

Wilson, Edwin B. 1936-1946

box 35, folder 18

Wojtyla, Henry L. 1960-1964

box 35, folder 19

Wold, Herman 1958-1959

box 35, folder 20

Wolf, Charles, Jr. 1961-1964

box 35, folder 21

Wolman, William 1963-1965

box 35, folder 22

Woodburne, L. S. 1958-1959

box 35, folder 23

Worcester, Dean A., Jr. 1955-1956

box 35, folder 24

Wright, Colin 1966

box 35, folder 25

Wright, David McCord 1950-1962

box 35, folder 26

Wright, Wilson 1964-1965

box 35, folder 27

Yale Review 1960-1963

box 35, folder 28

Yeager, Leland B. 1955-1962

box 35, folder 29

Yntema, Theodore O. 1961-1965

box 35, folder 30

Young, Ralph A. 1947-1959

box 35, folder 31

Zellner, Arnold 1959-1972

 

Speeches and Writings 1933-1982

Scope and Contents note

Research material, charts, graphs, notes, drafts of books, articles, conference papers, and correspondence, arranged chronologically by title.
box 36, folder 1

Unidentified typescript loose pages and printed fragments

box 36, folder 2

"Comment" [on H. F. Lydall, "Income, Assets, and the Demand for Money"], notes, holograph, and typescript undated

box 36, folder 3

"Comments on Kendrick's 'Productivity Trends in America,'" typescript undated

box 36, folder 4

"The Economic Development of India and Japan: A Comparison," holograph outline undated

box 36, folder 5

"Economic Policy: Intentions vs. Results," typescript undated

box 36, folder 6

"High Versus Rising," holograph undated

box 36, folder 7

"Machine Procedures for Dating Step Cycles," undated

box 36, folder 8

"The Methodology of Positive Economics," holograph outline undated

box 36, folder 9

"Monuments and Monuments," typescript comments from Kenneth Burke, and Milton Friedman's response undated

box 36, folder 10

"Recognizing Income on University's Common Stock Holdings," typescript outline undated

 

"The Relationships Between Supply Curves and Cost Curves," undated

box 36, folder 11

Holograph

box 36, folder 12

Typescript

box 36, folder 13

Speech on the relation between private enterprise and economic fluctuation, typescript undated

box 36, folder 14

Speeches on economic and political systems, typescript undated

box 36, folder 15

"Will-O'-the-Wisp Theory of Savings," holograph undated

box 37, folder 1

"An Empirical Study of the Relationship Between Railroad Stock Prices and Railroad Earnings for the Period 1921-1931," typescript master's thesis 1933

box 37, folder 2

"The Fitting of Indifference Curves as a Method of Driving Statistical Demand Curves," typescript 1933 December

box 37, folder 3

Chapter on interrelations, typescript 1935 July

box 37, folder 4

"The Assumptions of Linearity and Normality in the Analysis of Family Expenditure Data," 1937?

box 37, folder 5

"Estimates of Coefficient of Variation," holograph 1937 June

box 37, folder 6

"Analysis of Ranks: An Alternative to the Analysis of Variance Which Avoids Assumptions of Normality and of Uniform Variance," 1937 July

Scope and Contents note

Research material, notes, typescript, comments from, and correspondence with, R. O. Been, William G. Cochran, M. A. Girshick, Harold Hotelling, George W. Snedecor, Sidney W. Wilcox, S. S. Wilks, Edwin B. Wilson.
box 37, folder 7

Review of Maurice Leven, The Income Structure of the United States, in Journal of the American Statistical Association, typescript 1939 March

box 37, folder 8

"An Objective Method of Determining a 'Minimum Standard of Living,'" typescript and letter from Richard Sterner 1939 June?

 

"A Comparison of Alternative Tests of Significance for the Problem of m Rankings," Annals of Mathematical Statistics (1940 March)

box 37, folder 9

Research material and notes

box 37, folder 10

Typescript

box 37, folder 11

Correspondence with M. G. Kendall

 

"Analytical Statistics" (with W. Allen Wallis) (1940 August)

Scope and Contents note

Draft of preface, table of contents, introduction, and conclusion of projected volume on statistics.
box 37, folder 12

Notes

box 37, folder 13

Typescript

box 37, folder 14

Correspondence with Foundation Press, Henry Holt and Co., Ginn and Co., John Wiley and Sons Publishers, Simon S. Kuznets, R. M. MacIver, John S. Snyder 1939-1946

box 37, folder 15

Review of J. Tinbergen, Business Cycles in the United States of America, 1919-1932, in American Economic Review, printed copy 1940 September

box 37, folder 16

"Amount of Taxes Needed in June 1942 to Avert Inflation: A Preliminary Report Submitted to a Joint Committee of the Carnegie Corporation and the Institute of Public Administration" (with Ruth P. Mack and Carl Shoup) 1941 October 15

Scope and Contents note

Typescript and comments from Seymour E. Harris.
box 37, folder 17

Statement, United States, Congress, House of Representatives, Ways and Means Committee, typescript 1942 May 7

box 37, folder 18

"Discussion of the Inflationary Gap," American Economic Review, typescript 1942 June

Scope and Contents note

Comment on Walter S. Salant, "The Inflationary Gap: Meaning and Significance for Policy Making."
box 37, folder 19

Typescript on inflation 1942 July 23

box 37, folder 20

Review of Oscar L. Altman, Saving, Investment, and National Income, in Review of Economic Statistics, printed copy 1944 May

 

Income from Independent Professional Practice (with Simon S. Kuznets) (1945)

box 37, folder 21

Correction note

box 37, folder 22

Correspondence with and comments from Chester I. Barnard, C. C. Balderston, P. F. Brundage, William J. Carson, Harold M. Groves, Oswald W. Knauth, W. L. Crum, Morton J. Loeb, Frederick C. Mills, Wesley Clair Mitchell, Winfield W. Riefler, Stanley H. Ruttenberg, Theodore O. Yntema 1938-1944

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with various professional organizations.
box 37, folder 23

Memorandum by C. Reinold Noyes

box 37, folder 24

Replies by Milton Friedman and Simon S. Kuznets

box 38, folder 1

Doctoral thesis, program of study, outlines, and summaries, holograph and typescript 1946

box 38, folder 2

"OPA Alone Cannot Prevent Inflation," Congressional Record, printed copy 1946 April 16

Scope and Contents note

Includes letter of Walter H. Judd.
 

Roofs or Ceilings? The Current Housing Problem (with George J. Stigler) (1946 September)

box 38, folder 3

Notes

box 38, folder 4

Typescript

box 38, folder 5

Printed copy

box 38, folder 6

Correspondence 1946-1948

 

"A Monetary and Fiscal Framework for Economic Stability," Paper, Econometric Society, Washington, D.C. (1947 September 6-18)

box 38, folder 7

Abstract

box 38, folder 8

Holograph

box 38, folder 9-11

Typescript

box 38, folder 12

Proofs

box 38, folder 13

Correspondence 1947-1949

Scope and Contents note

Includes comments from Robert Eisner.
 

Sampling Inspection (with Harold A. Freeman, Frederick Mosteller, W. Allen Wallis) (1948)

box 39, folder 1

Typescript (partial) and corrections

box 39, folder 2

Proofs

box 39, folder 3

Correspondence, including with Statistical Research Group, Columbia University 1946-1949

box 39, folder 4

"Reversibility as a Test of Policy Statements," typescript and comments from W. Allen Wallis 1948 February 28

 

"The Utility Analysis of Choices Involving Risk" (with Leonard J. Savage), Journal of Political Economy (1948 August)

box 39, folder 5

Notes

box 39, folder 6-7

Holograph (in part typescript)

box 39, folder 8-9

Typescript

box 39, folder 10

Correspondence 1948-1951

 

Discussion of V. W. Bladen, "The Centenary of Marx and Mill," Economic History Association, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1948 September 10)

box 39, folder 11

General

box 39, folder 12

Typescript

Scope and Contents note

Includes V. W. Bladen's paper.
box 39, folder 13

Correspondence 1948

box 40, folder 1

Participation, University of Chicago Round Table [on rent control], Chicago, Illinois, correspondence 1949 February 20

 

Comment on George Katona and Janet Fisher, "Postwar Changes in the Income of Identical Consumer Units," National Bureau of Economic Research Conference on Research in Income and Wealth (1949 April)

box 40, folder 2

Notes and typescript

Scope and Contents note

Includes Katona-Fisher paper.
box 40, folder 3

Correspondence with Lillian Epstein and Hildegarde Kneeland

box 40, folder 4

"'Rejoinder' [to Dr. Neff] to 'Professor Friedman's Proposal': Comment," American Economic Review, typescript and correspondence 1949 September

 

"The Marshallian Demand Curve," Journal of Political Economy (1949 December)

box 40, folder 5

Notes

box 40, folder 6-7

Holograph (in part typescript)

box 40, folder 8-10

Typescript (in part holograph)

box 40, folder 11

Proofs

box 40, folder 12

Correspondence 1949-1950

box 41, folder 1

"La France ne sait plus ce qu'est la liberté d'entreprise," typescript 1950

box 41, folder 2

"Free Enterprise: An American View," typescript 1950

box 41, folder 3

"Mr. Henderson on the Price System," typescript 1950.

box 41, folder 4

"Does Monopoly in Industry Justify Monopoly in Agriculture?" Farm Policy Forum, holograph and typescript 1950 June

box 41, folder 5

Comment on Dorothy S. Brady, "Research in the Size Distribution of Income," National Bureau of Economic Research Conference on Research in Income and Wealth, University of Illinois, Allerton Park, Illinois, typescript 1950 June 9-11

 

"A Method of Comparing Incomes of Families Differing in Composition" (originally written in 1935), paper, National Bureau of Economic Research Conference on Research in Income and Wealth, University of Illinois, Allerton Park, Illinois (1950 June 9-11)

box 41, folder 6

General

box 41, folder 7

Notes

box 41, folder 8

Typescript

box 41, folder 9

Correspondence 1949-1950

 

"The Problem of Economic Stability" (with Emile Despres, Albert G. Hart, Paul A. Samuelson, Donald H. Wallace), American Economic Review (1950 September)

box 41, folder 10

General

box 41, folder 11

Notes

 

Typescript

 

Drafts

box 41, folder 12

Despres, Emile

box 41, folder 13

Friedman, Milton

box 41, folder 14

Hart, Albert G.

box 41, folder 15

Samuelson, Paul A.

box 41, folder 16

Wallace, Donald H.

box 42, folder 1-2

Final version

box 42, folder 3

Comments

box 42, folder 4

Correspondence 1947-1950

Scope and Contents note

Includes memoranda, minutes of meetings of the American Economic Association Subcommittee on Economic Stability, and some outlines.
box 42, folder 5

"The Theory of Choice Among Alternatives Involving Uncertainty," workshop paper, Groupe de Recherches Economiques et Sociales, Paris, France 1950 December 8

Scope and Contents note

Research material, typescript, French translation, and papers by others.
box 42, folder 6

Comment on Carl F. Christ, "A Test of an Econometric Model for the United States, 1921-1947," National Bureau of Economic Research Conference on Business Cycles, typescript 1951

box 42, folder 7

"Monetary Control and Inflation," participation, University of Chicago Round Table, Chicago, Illinois, letter from Catherine D. Johnson 1951 February

box 42, folder 8

"Neoliberalism and Its Prospects," Farmand 1951 February 17

Scope and Contents note

Typescript and correspondence, 1950-1951.
box 42, folder 9

"Baumol on Utility," holograph and typescript 1951 May

box 42, folder 10

"Les effets d'une politique de plein emploi sur la stabilité économique," Economie appliquée 1951 July-December

Scope and Contents note

Typescript of original English version, entitled "The Effects of a Full Employment Policy on Economic Stability: A Formal Analysis," and correspondence with Pierre Pujade, 1950-1951.
box 42, folder 11

"Comments on Monetary Policy," Review of Economics and Statistics, correspondence 1951 August

box 42, folder 12

"Liberté d'entreprise aux Etats-Unis," Société belge d'études et d'expansion bulletin bimestriel 1951 November-December

Scope and Contents note

Typescript of original English version, entitled "Free Enterprise in the United States," and correspondence, 1951.
 

Answers to questions and testimony, United States, Congress, Joint Economic Committee, Subcommittee on General Credit Control and Debt Management (1952 January 31 and March 25)

box 42, folder 13

General

box 42, folder 14

Typescript

box 42, folder 15

Correspondence 1951-1952

 

"The Theory of Uncertainty and the Distribution of Income by Size," Paper, international colloquium on the foundations and applications of the theory of risk sponsored by the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France (1952 May)

box 42, folder 16

Holograph and typescript

box 42, folder 17

Paper by P. Massé

box 42, folder 18

Summary of proceedings prepared by F. Joachim Weyl as a report for the Office of Naval Research in London and issued by the American Embassy, entitled "Preference Patterns in the Face of Uncertainty"

box 42, folder 19

Correspondence 1952

box 42, folder 20

Reply to C. G. Phipps, "Friedman's 'Welfare' Effects," Journal of Political Economy, typescript 1952 August

 

"The Relevance of Economic Analysis to Prediction and Policy" (1952 November)

box 43, folder 1-3

Typescript (in part holograph)

box 43, folder 4

Comments from Arthur F. Burns

 

"The Expected Utility Hypothesis and the Measurability of Utility" (with Leonard J. Savage), Journal of Political Economy (1952 December)

box 43, folder 5

Notes

box 43, folder 6

Typescript

 

Correspondence

box 43, folder 7

Alchian, Armen 1951

box 43, folder 8

Baumol, William J. 1950-1952

Scope and Contents note

Includes Baumol's correspondence with others and his article "The Neumann-Morgenstern Utility Index: An Ordinalist View," Journal of Political Economy, 1952 February.
box 43, folder 9

Hamilton, Earl J. 1950

box 43, folder 10

Savage, Leonard J. 1951-1952

 

Remarks

box 43, folder 11

Unidentified

box 43, folder 12

Marschak, J.

box 43, folder 13

"The Case for Flexible Exchange Rates," Essays in Positive Economics, typescript 1953

box 43, folder 14

"Liberalism, Old Style," Collier's Year Book, printed copy 1955

 

"Capitalism and Freedom," paper, Symposium on Individuality and Personality, Princeton, New Jersey (1956 September 13-18)

box 44, folder 1

General

box 44, folder 2

Typescript

box 44, folder 3

Papers by others

box 44, folder 4

Letter to the editor regarding a story by Lee Silberman, Wall Street Journal, holograph 1958 March

 

Participation, third program in the 'Great Challenge' series, entitled "How Strong Is Our Economy?," CBS Television Symposium, Rockefeller Institute, New York City (1958 March 23)

box 44, folder 5

Typed transcript of broadcast

box 44, folder 6

Correspondence

box 44, folder 7

Comments from viewers

 

"Foreign Economic Aid: Means and Objectives," Yale Review (1958 Summer)

 

Typescript

box 44, folder 8

1957 July

box 44, folder 9

1957 November

box 44, folder 10

Comments from Kenneth Burke and Howard Mumford Jones

box 44, folder 11

Correspondence with William T. Phillips and various publishers

box 44, folder 12

"Inflation," speech, Mont Pélerin Society, Princeton, New Jersey, holograph and typescript 1958 September 10

 

"The 'Real-Balance' Effect and the Demand for Money" (1958 December)

box 44, folder 13

Typescript

box 44, folder 14

Comments from Frank Hahn and Carl ?

box 44, folder 15

Correspondence and papers by others on the subject

box 45, folder 1

"The Concept of 'Horizon' in the Permanent Income Hypothesis," holograph and typescript 1959 April 26

box 45, folder 2

"Judging the Predictive Abilities of the Quantity and Income-Expenditure Theories" (with David Meiselman), paper, Money and Banking Workshop, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, typescript 1959 October 27

 

"A Limitation of the Optimum Property of the Sequential Probability Ratio Test" (with T. W. Anderson), in I. Oklin et al., editors, Contributions to Probability and Statistics (1960)

box 45, folder 3

Memorandum entitled "Uniformly Best Tests for a Special Class of Problem," incorporated almost verbatim in this contribution 1945 May 12

box 45, folder 4

Notes by Milton Friedman and others

box 45, folder 5

Typescript entitled "An Optimum Test that Need not Be a Sequential Probability Ratio Test" and proofs 1958 January 13

box 45, folder 6

Comments from Charles Stein

box 45, folder 7

"The Comparative Stability of Velocity and the Multiplier," speech, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, holograph outline and subsequent notes 1960 February 19 and June 6

box 45, folder 8

"The Channels Through Which Monetary Policy Works," speech, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana, holograph outline 1960 March 31

box 45, folder 9

"Regressions of Alternative Concepts of Money and Income, Quarterly, " papers, Money and Banking Workshop, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 1958 April 8 and May 6

Scope and Contents note

Notes and typescript, 1946-1958.
box 45, folder 10

"The Demand for Money," speech, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, research material and holograph outline 1960 October 14

box 45, folder 11

"Monetary Data and National Income Estimates," Economic Development and Cultural Change, typescript 1961 April

 

"The Lag in Effect of Monetary Policy," Journal of Political Economy (1961 October)

box 45, folder 12

Typescript

box 45, folder 13

Proofs

 

"The Report of the Commission on Money and Credit: An Essay in Petitio Principii," paper, American Economic Association (1961 December 29)

box 45, folder 14

Notes and holograph

box 45, folder 15

Typescript

 

Capitalism and Freedom (1962)

box 45, folder 16

Typescript (partial)

box 45, folder 17

Comments and reviews

box 45, folder 18

Italian translation, typescript preface 1967

box 45, folder 19

Japanese translation, 1975

Scope and Contents note

Typescript preface. Includes an expanded version entitled "Economic Development: Facts Versus Ideas" and correspondence with Harper's Magazine, 1966.
box 45, folder 20

"More on Archibald Versus Chicago," Review of Economic Studies, typescript 1962

 

Price Theory: A Provisional Text (1962)

box 46, folder 1

Notes

box 46, folder 2

Holograph

box 46, folder 3

Typescript (in part holograph)

box 46, folder 4

Corrections

box 46, folder 5

Correspondence 1965-1972

box 46, folder 6

Revised and enlarged version, holograph and annotated proofs 1976

 

"Demand for Money Equations Estimated from Annual Data" (1962 April 24)

box 46, folder 7-8

Research material

box 46, folder 9

Holograph and typescript

box 46, folder 10

Letter to Lilly Monheit 1960 July 20

 

"The Interpolation of Time Series by Related Series," Journal of the American Statistical Association (1962 December)

box 47, folder 1

Research material and notes

box 47, folder 2

Typescript

 

Correspondence and comments

box 47, folder 3

1951-1952

box 47, folder 4

1961-1962

 

A Monetary History of the United States, 1867-1960 (1963)

box 47, folder 5

Notes

 

Typescript

box 47, folder 6

Original draft, entitled "The Stock of Money in the United States, 1875-1955"

box 47, folder 7

Final version (chapters 3-7)

box 47, folder 8

Charts

box 47, folder 9

Comments

box 47, folder 10

Reviews

box 47, folder 11

Reply to James Tobin [See also: Correspondence]

box 47, folder 12

Correspondence with Anna J. Schwartz 1964-1967

box 48, folder 1

"Money and Business Cycles" (with Anna J. Schwartz)," Review of Economics and Statistics, holograph 1963 February

box 48, folder 2

"Exchange Rate Policy," Swarajya, printed copy 1963 March 30

Scope and Contents note

Includes reprint by Forum of Free Enterprise under the title "India Needs a Free Market Exchange Rate," and correspondence with M. R. Pai.
 

"Indian Economic Planning" (1963 May 6)

box 48, folder 3

Research material

box 48, folder 4

Typescript

box 48, folder 5

Correspondence and comments

box 48, folder 6

"Price Determination in the U.S. Treasury Bill Market: A Comment," Review of Economics and Statistics, correspondence 1963 August

box 48, folder 7

"What Part Should Japan Play in the World Economy?," Nihon Keizai Shimbun (Japan Economic Journal), typescript and correspondence 1963 November

box 48, folder 8

Review of Dwight D. Murphey, Emergent Man, typescript 1964

box 48, folder 9

"Planning Versus Progress Around the World," speech, Employers' Association of the Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, holograph and typescript summary 1964 March

box 48, folder 10

"Note on Lag in Effect of Monetary Policy," typescript and letter to John G. Gurley (American Economic Review), 1964 May 8

box 48, folder 11

Letter to the editor regarding Ben B. Seligman, "The Search for a Working Theory," Challenge, typescript 1964 May 21

box 48, folder 12

Letter to the editor, Wall Street Journal, typescript 1964 July 2

box 48, folder 13

Speech on general economic policy, typescript draft 1964 August 26

box 48, folder 14

"Computation of H, D/C, D/R, and Source of Data," research material and typescript 1965

box 48, folder 15

"Responsibility: Insights from Economics," discussion with Paul S. Russell and Wesley Clair Mitchell, Institute for Religious and Social Studies, New York City, typescript 1965 March 8

box 48, folder 16

"Reply to Ando and Modigliani and to DePrano and Mayer" (with David Meiselman), American Economic Review, typescript and correspondence 1965 September

box 48, folder 17

"The Political Economy of International Monetary Arrangements," speech, Mont Pélerin Society, Stresa, Italy, typescript 1965 September 7

box 48, folder 18

"The Lessons of U.S. Monetary History and Their Bearing on Current Policy," memorandum, Consultants Meeting, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, typescript 1965 October 7

box 48, folder 19

"Free-Market Determination of Exchange Rates," 1966?

Scope and Contents note

Based on statement, United States, Congress, Joint Economic Committee, Subcommittee on International Exchange and Payments, 1966. Annotated copy of statement printed in Contingency Planning for U.S. International Monetary Policy, 1966.
box 48, folder 20

The Minimum Wage: Who Pays? (with Yale Brozen), printed copy 1966 April

box 48, folder 21

"Minimum Wage Rates and Unemployment," Newsweek, holograph and typescript 1966 September 11

box 48, folder 22

"Interest Rates and the Demand for Money," Journal of Law and Economics, typescript 1966 October

 

"Trends in Money, Income, and Prices, 1867-1966" (with Anna J. Schwartz) (1966 November)

box 49, folder 1-2

Typescript

box 49, folder 3

Charts

box 49, folder 4

Correspondence and comments

box 49, folder 5

"The Case for the Negative Income Tax: A View from the Right," speech, National Symposium on Guaranteed Income, United States Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D.C., notes and printed copy 1966 December 9

box 49, folder 6

Series of speeches on money, University of California, Los Angeles, California, typescript 1967 January

box 49, folder 7

"The Case for Free Rates," participation with Robert V. Roosa, Rational Debate Seminar, American Enterprise Institute, Washington, D.C., typescript, rebuttal, and correspondence with Robert A. Mundell 1967 May 18

box 49, folder 8

"Can Governments Guarantee Everyone an Annual Income?," speech, Illinois State Chamber of Commerce Symposium, holograph summary 1967 October 26

box 49, folder 9

"Strong Dollar Seen in Free Markets" (with William Fellner, Harry G. Johnson, Fritz Machlup), letter to the editor, New York Times, printed copy 1967 November 26

 

"The Role of Monetary Policy," speech, American Economic Association, Washington, D.C., typescript (1967 December 29)

box 49, folder 10

First draft, entitled "Can Full Employment Be a Criterion of Monetary Policy?"

box 49, folder 11

Final version

box 50, folder 1

Dollars and Deficits: Inflation, Monetary Policy and the Balance of Payments, 1968

Scope and Contents note

Typescript of epilogue for the French translation, 1969.
box 50, folder 2

"The Market Versus the Bureaucrat," paper, Individuality and the New Society Symposium, Reed College, Portland, Oregon, typescript 1968 March 16

 

The Optimum Quantity of Money and Other Essays (1969)

box 50, folder 3

Typescript of "The Optimum Quantity of Money"

box 50, folder 4-6

Proofs

box 50, folder 7

Correspondence and comments 1967-1969

box 50, folder 8

Reviews 1970

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with American Institute for Economic Research.
box 51, folder 1

"The Definition of Money: Net Wealth and Neutrality as Criteria" (with Anna J. Schwartz), Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, typescript 1969 February

 

"The Euro-Dollar Market: Some First Principles," Morgan Guarantee Survey (1969 October)

box 51, folder 2

Research material

box 51, folder 3

Holograph

box 51, folder 4

Typescript

box 51, folder 5

Correspondence

 

Monetary Statistics of the United States (with Anna J. Schwartz) (1970)

box 51, folder 6

Research material

box 51, folder 7-9

Charts and tables

Scope and Contents note

Includes notes and correspondence with Anna J. Schwartz.
box 52, folder 1

Notes

box 52, folder 2

Holograph outline

box 52, folder 3-12

Typescript

 

Correspondence 1968-1969

box 52, folder 13

General

box 52, folder 14

Schwartz, Anna J.

box 53, folder 1

"Controls on Interest Rates Paid by Banks," Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, typescript 1970 February

 

"A Theoretical Framework for Monetary Analysis," Journal of Political Economy (1970 March-April)

box 53, folder 2

General

box 53, folder 3-5

Typescript

box 53, folder 6

"Comment on Tobin," Quarterly Journal of Economics, typescript 1970 May

box 53, folder 7

Memorandum, Consultants Meeting, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, typescript (partial) 1970 June 19

box 53, folder 8

"The Proof of the Monetarist Pudding," typescript 1970 July 1

box 53, folder 9

"A Monetary Theory of Nominal Income," Journal of Political Economy 1971 March-April

Scope and Contents note

Notes, typescript, and comments, 1970.
box 53, folder 10

"Social Security: Universal or Selective," participation with Wilbur J. Cohen, Rational Debate Seminar, American Enterprise Seminar, Washington, D.C., typescript 1971 April 28

 

"Government Revenue from Inflation," Journal of Political Economy (1971 July-August)

box 53, folder 11

Notes and holograph

box 53, folder 12

Typescript

box 53, folder 13

Correspondence 1970

box 54, folder 1

"Monetary Policy," speech, Symposium on Achieving Our Economic Objectives Under the Employment Act of 1946, American Philosophical Society, typescript 1971 November 12

 

"Have Monetary Policies Failed?," paper, American Economic Association (1971 December 28)

box 54, folder 2

Research material, charts, and notes

box 54, folder 3

Holograph

box 54, folder 4

Typescript

box 54, folder 5

Correspondence, including with Anna J. Schwartz

 

"Comments on the Critics," Journal of Political Economy Symposium (1972 September/October)

box 54, folder 6

Holograph

box 54, folder 7

Typescript

box 54, folder 8

Printed copy

box 54, folder 9

Contributions by others

box 54, folder 10

Correspondence with Robert J. Gordon (Journal of Political Economy), Allan H. Meltzer, Don Patinkin, James Tobin 1971-1972

 

Version reprinted in Robert J. Gordon, ed., Milton's Friedman Monetary Framework: A Debate With His Critics (1974)

box 55, folder 1

General

box 55, folder 2

Introduction by Robert J. Gordon and correspondence between him and others 1973-1974

box 55, folder 3

Correspondence with Don Patinkin 1974

box 55, folder 4

Comments by Anna J. Schwartz 1977

box 55, folder 5

Reviews

box 55, folder 6

"Contemporary Monetary Problems," speech, National Bank of Yugoslavia, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, typescript 1973 March 20

box 55, folder 7

"Money," Encyclopedia Britannica, typescript 1974

box 55, folder 8

"Schools at Chicago," speech, 54th Annual Board of Trustees' Dinner for the Faculty, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, printed copy 1974 January 9

box 55, folder 9

"Statement on Indexing as a Tool for Economic Stabilization," United States, Congress, House of Representatives, Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, Subcommittee on Production and Stabilization, typescript and cover letter 1974 June 3

 

"Using Escalators to Help Fight Inflation," Fortune (1974 July)

box 55, folder 10

Holograph

box 55, folder 11

Correspondence

box 55, folder 12

Expanded version in Inflation: Causes, Consequences, Cures, (Institute of Economic Affairs Readings, No. 14), entitled "Inflation, Taxation, Indexation," correspondence with and preface by Arthur Seldon 1974

box 55, folder 13

"Inflation Is Created By Government and By No One Else," participation in discussion moderated by Andrew Shonfield, Royal Institution, London, England, typed transcript of British Broadcasting Corporation radio broadcast 1974 September 23

box 55, folder 14

"Myth and Reality in Contemporary Public Opinion," typescript outline 1974 December 6

box 55, folder 15

"The Future of Capitalism," Student Conference on National Affairs XX Proceedings, printed copy 1975

box 55, folder 16

There's No Such Thing as a Free Lunch, blurb and reviews 1975

box 55, folder 17

Unemployment Versus Inflation? An Evaluation of the Phillips Curve, (Institute of Economic Affairs Occasional Paper. No. 44), proofs 1975

box 55, folder 18

"The Future of the American Economy," Bicentennial Lecture, American Experience Program, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1976 February 5

box 55, folder 19

"Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations: Is There a Future for Laissez-Faire?," participation, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Evening Dialogue, Washington, D.C., program, notes, and holograph outline 1976 April 14

box 55, folder 20

"Economics and Social Progress: Adam Smith Plus 200 Years," speech, Tuck 75th Anniversary Symposium, holograph 1976 May 28

box 55, folder 21

"Adam Smith's Relevance for 1976," speech, Mont Pélerin Society, St. Andrews, Scotland, holograph and typescript 1976 August 27

box 55, folder 22

"Homer Jones: A Personal Reminiscence," Journal of Monetary Economics, typescript 1976 November

 

"Inflation and Unemployment," Nobel Lecture, Stockholm, Sweden (1976 December 10)

box 55, folder 23

General

box 55, folder 24

Typescript and printed copy

box 55, folder 25-26

Correspondence

box 55, folder 27

"The Future of Capitalism," speech, Sweden, typescript 1977-1980?

box 56, folder 1

"The Source of Strength," speech, President's Club of Michigan General Corporation, New Orleans, Louisiana, printed copy 1977 April 2

box 56, folder 2

"Fair Versus Free," commencement address, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, typescript 1977 May 28

box 56, folder 3

Commencement address, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, typescript 1977 July 4

box 56, folder 4

"Who Protects the Consumer?," speech, Pfizer Employees Nonpartisan Good Government Fund, New York City, typescript outline and printed copy of condensed version 1977 September 12

box 56, folder 5

"Putting Learning Back in the Classroom," speech, Harlem, New York, outline and edited typed transcript 1977 September 15

box 56, folder 6

"Who Protects the Worker?," speech, Erie, Pennsylvania, holograph and typescript outline 1977 September 29

box 56, folder 7

"What Is America?," speech, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. holograph and typescript outline 1977 October 3

box 56, folder 8

"Myths that Conceal Reality," Ninth George S. Eccles Distinguished Lecture, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, typescript (partial) 1977 October 12

box 56, folder 9

"Von Mises, the Man," New American Review, review of Margit von Mises, My Years with Ludwig von Mises, typescript 1977 November

box 56, folder 10

"The Economics of Free Speech," speech, University of San Diego, San Diego, California, typescript outline and proofs 1977 November 7

box 56, folder 11

"Money and Inflation," speech, San Diego, California, typescript outline 1977 November 7

box 56, folder 12

"The Economy and You: What Lies Ahead?," Stanford Magazine, typescript 1977-1978 Fall/Winter

box 56, folder 13

"The Energy Crisis: A Humane Solution," research material, notes, typescript, and printed copy 1978

box 56, folder 14

"Is Tax Reform Possible?," speech, American Educational League, Pasadena, California, typescript outline 1978 February 6

box 56, folder 15

"The Role of Government in a Free Society," speech, Stanford University, Stanford, California, typescript outline 1978 February 9

box 56, folder 16

"Energy," speech, San Francisco, California, typescript outline 1978 February 10

box 56, folder 17

"The Future of Our Free Society," speech (afternoon), National Association of Manufacturers, Washington, D.C., typescript outline 1978 February 21

box 56, folder 18

"The Future of Our Free Society," remarks and discussion (evening), Conversation Series, American Enterprise Institute, Washington, D.C., edited typed transcript 1978 February 21

box 56, folder 19

"What's Wrong With the Welfare System?," speech, Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, New York, holograph outline 1978 February 23

box 56, folder 20

"Has the Tide Turned?," Hoover Foundation Inaugural Lecture, Strathclyde University Business School, Glasgow, Scotland, typescript outline and transcript of British Broadcasting Corporation radio broadcast 1978 April 21

Scope and Contents note

Includes cover letters.
box 56, folder 21

"Free Trade: Producer Versus Consumer," speech, Kansas State University of Agriculture and Applied Science, Manhattan, Kansas, typescript outline 1978 April 27

box 56, folder 22

"Equality and Freedom," speech, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, typescript outline 1978 May 1

box 56, folder 23

"Can Leviathan Be Halted?," speech, Economic Club, Detroit, Michigan, printed copy 1978 May 18

box 56, folder 24

"The Economics of Medical Care," speech, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, typescript outline 1978 May 19.

box 56, folder 25

"The Limitations of Tax Limitation," Policy Review, printed copy 1978 Summer

 

"The Pound and Dollar Over a Century," Harry G. Johnson Memorial Lecture, Royal Society, London, England (1979 April 9)

box 56, folder 26

Research material

box 56, folder 27

Holograph outline and typescript

box 56, folder 28

Correspondence

 

Free to Choose (with Rose D. Friedman) (1980)

 

Research material

box 56, folder 29

General

box 56, folder 30-31

Chapter 1

box 56, folder 32

Chapter 2

box 56, folder 33

Chapter 3

box 56, folder 34-35

Chapter 4

box 57, folder 1

Chapter 5

box 57, folder 2-3

Chapter 6

box 57, folder 4

Chapter 7

box 57, folder 5

Chapter 8

box 58, folder 1

Chapter 8

box 58, folder 2

Chapter 9

 

Notes

box 58, folder 3

General

box 58, folder 4

Chapter 4

box 58, folder 5-6

Chapter 6

box 58, folder 7

Chapter 7

box 58, folder 8-9

Chapter 8

box 58, folder 10

Chapter 9

box 58, folder 11

Chapter 10

 

Holograph

box 58, folder 12

Chapter 1

box 58, folder 13

Chapter 6

box 58, folder 14

Chapter 7

box 58, folder 15

Chapter 8

box 58, folder 16

Chapter 10

 

Typescript

 

Unidentified

box 59, folder 1

Blurb

box 59, folder 2

Loose pages

box 59, folder 3-4

Discarded draft (partial)

box 59, folder 5-11

First draft

 

Second draft

box 59, folder 12

Preface

box 59, folder 13

Introduction

box 60, folder 1-3

Revised second draft

box 237

Proofs

 

Correspondence

box 61, folder 2-3

General

box 61, folder 4

Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc. 1979

box 61, folder 5

List of topics for Milton Friedman's lecture series "Capitalism and Freedom" for Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc.

Scope and Contents note

Includes typescript outline of first lecture.
 

Free to Choose, public television series of ten one-hour programs (1980 January 11, date of first airing)

box 61, folder 6

General

box 61, folder 7

Notes

 

Typed script

box 61, folder 8

Opening and closing statements and introduction

box 61, folder 9

Programs 1-10

box 61, folder 10

Program 4

box 61, folder 11

Program 6

box 61, folder 12

Program 10

box 61, folder 13

Supplementary curriculum materials for high school teachers

box 61, folder 14

Memorandum to U.K. Treasury and Civil Service Committee regarding "Enquiry Into Monetary Policy," United Kingdom, House of Commons, typescript 1980 July

 

Monetary Trends in the United States and the United Kingdom (with Anna J. Schwartz) (1982)

box 62

Research material, charts, graphs, and tables

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with Anna J. Schwartz.
box 63

Research material, charts, graphs, and tables

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with Anna J. Schwartz.
box 64

Research material, charts, graphs, and tables

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with Anna J. Schwartz.
 

Holograph and typescript

Scope and Contents note

Includes research material, charts, graphs, tables, notes, and correspondence with Anna J. Schwartz and others.
box 65, folder 1-11

Chapters 2-6 1969-1971

box 66, folder 1-4

Chapters 6-9 1973

box 67, folder 1-5

Chapters 5 and 8-10 1974

box 68, folder 1-7

Chapters 7-11 1975-1976

 

1977-1980

box 69, folder 1-7

Chapters 1-5

box 70, folder 1-4

Chapters 5-6

box 71, folder 1-5

Chapter 6

box 72, folder 1-6

Chapters 7-9

box 73, folder 1-4

Chapters 9-10

box 74, folder 1

Chapter 11

box 74, folder 2

Chapters 8-10 (corrections)

box 74, folder 3-5

1980

 

Correspondence

box 74, folder 6

Gordon, Robert J. 1976

box 74, folder 7

Karni, Edi 1977

box 74, folder 8

Schwartz, Anna J. 1967-1977

box 74, folder 9

Siegel, Jeremy J. 1977

box 74, folder 10

"The Budget Standoff: Its Implications for the Economy," speech, Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford, California, typescript 1982 May 14

 

Academic Career 1939-1976

Scope and Contents note

Course material, examination records, memoranda, minutes, proposals, studies, and correspondence, arranged chronologically by university.
box 75, folder 1

Columbia University, Economics Ub-171, "Structure of Neo-Classical Economics," reading assignments and lecture notes 1939-1940

 

University of Wisconsin 1940-1941

box 75, folder 2

Economics b114, bibliography

box 75, folder 3

Economics 121, examination questions

box 75, folder 4

Economics 129, "Statistical Economics," examination questions

box 75, folder 5

Economics 176, "Business Cycles," lecture notes, examination questions, and student papers

box 75, folder 6

Economics 201, syllabus

box 75, folder 7

Economics 232, "Seminar in Income and Wealth," notes and reading assignments

 

United States Department of Agriculture Graduate School, Washington, D.C., "Statistical Analysis of Economic and Social Problems," 1942

box 75, folder 8

Background material

box 75, folder 9

Lecture notes, examination questions, and correspondence

 

University of Minnesota 1945-1946

box 75, folder 10

B.A. 70, "Statistics Survey," course outlines, notes, examination questions, and student paper

box 75, folder 11

B.A. 101, syllabus

box 75, folder 12

B.A. 102, "Advanced General Economics," assignments

box 75, folder 13

B.A. 112, "Business Statistics," lecture notes and examination questions

 

University of Chicago 1946-1976

 

Course material 1946-1972

Scope and Contents note

Reading assignments, lecture notes, problems, examination questions, grade sheets, course descriptions, syllabi.
box 76, folder 1

Unidentified

box 76, folder 2

"Economic Theory"

box 76, folder 3

"Seminar on Business Cycles"

box 76, folder 4

Economics 7

box 76, folder 5

Economics 129, "Statistical Economics"

box 76, folder 6

Economics 150

box 76, folder 7

Economics 208, "Production and Distribution"

box 76, folder 8

Economics 230

box 76, folder 9

Economics 300A

box 76, folder 10

Economics 300B

box 77, folder 1

Economics 300A and 300B

box 77, folder 2

Economics 301

box 77, folder 3

Economics 302

box 77, folder 4

Economics 301 and 302

box 77, folder 5

Economics 305

box 77, folder 6

Economics 311

box 77, folder 7

Economics 330, "Money"

box 77, folder 8

Economics 331, "Banking Theory and Monetary Policy" (also called "Money")

 

Economics 332

box 77, folder 9

General

box 77, folder 10

Lectures 1-6

box 77, folder 11

Lectures 7-12

box 77, folder 12

Lectures 13-16

box 78, folder 1

Economics 334

box 78, folder 2

Economics 335

box 78, folder 3-4

Economics 432, "Seminar in Monetary Dynamics"

box 78, folder 5

Economics 496, "Selected Topics in Contemporary Economic Problems"

 

Memoranda by Milton Friedman

box 78, folder 6

"A Tentative Proposal for Corporate Reform and Research Required for Judging It," undated

box 78, folder 7

"Proposed Study of Faculty Cost of Living," 1948 December 1

Scope and Contents note

Includes comments from Hazel Kyrk.
box 78, folder 8

"Proposed Study of Consumption and Income Distribution," 1956 March 13

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with the Rockefeller Foundation.
 

Minutes

Scope and Contents note

Includes memoranda and correspondence.
 

Curriculum Committee

box 78, folder 9-10

1948-1949

box 78, folder 11

1950

 

Economics Department

box 79, folder 1

1946-1949

box 79, folder 2

1949-1953

box 79, folder 3

1965-1966

box 79, folder 4

Executive Committee of the Free Market Study 1946-1947

box 79, folder 5

Ph.D. Thesis Outlines and Requirements Committee 1948-1953

box 79, folder 6

Miscellaneous

box 80, folder 1

Student doctoral theses (under the direction of Milton Friedman) and papers (under the direction of other professors)

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence.
box 80, folder 2

Studies, "The Role of the Monetary and Banking System in the Business Cycle" (under the direction of Milton Friedman), research project description 1951

 

Subject file

box 80, folder 3

4E Contract [and faculty income] 1947-1950

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, notes, comments, memoranda, petitions, reports, and resolutions.
box 80, folder 4

Ingersoll Foundation Fellowships, letter from D. Gale Johnson

box 80, folder 5

Milton Friedman Fund, proposal and correspondence 1976

box 80, folder 6

Teaching of economic theory, memoranda 1946

box 80, folder 7

Teaching of statistics, memoranda 1948

box 80, folder 8

Syllabi by others 1950-1951

 

Subject File 1939-1979

Scope and Contents note

Memoranda, minutes, reports, studies, correspondence, and printed matter, arranged alphabetically by topic.
box 81, folder 1

Aldine Publishing Company 1964-1967

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, financial statements, and production schedules.
box 81, folder 2

American Conservative Union 1965-1966

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, memoranda, newsletters, reports, and statements.
box 81, folder 3

American Economic Association, correspondence and memoranda 1973-1976

box 81, folder 4

American Statistical Association 1948

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, notes, memoranda, and draft constitution.
box 81, folder 5

Bliss, C. I., typescript and printed writings, 1942

Scope and Contents note

Includes reading notes by Milton Friedman and notes on related topics.
box 81, folder 6

Cowles Commission 1947

Scope and Contents note

Memorandum by J. Marschak to the members of the Advisory Committee to the Cowles Commission and papers presented before the joint meeting of the American Economic Association and the Econometric Society.
box 81, folder 7

Crane, Dwight B., referee's comments on his paper, "The Role of Banking Services in Corporation Demand Deposits," undated

box 81, folder 8

Cuban Center for Studies on Freedom, brochure 1963

 

Economics

box 81, folder 9

Methodology and theory, journal articles 1971-1974

Scope and Contents note

For Milton Friedman's methodology, see also CORRESPONDENCE, Christenson, Charles; Lakatos, Imre; Latsis, Spiro J.
box 81, folder 10

Miscellaneous

box 81, folder 11

Energy - Petroleum, magazine article 1979

box 81, folder 12

Eurodollars, journal articles 1966-1974

Scope and Contents note

See also CORRESPONDENCE, Bartley, Robert L. (Wall Street Journal).
box 81, folder 13

Europe 1950

Scope and Contents note

Milton Friedman's memoranda, including to the Economic Cooperation Administration, Office of the United States Special Representative in Europe.
box 81, folder 14

Federal Reserve Bank, studies 1962-1965

box 82, folder 1

Federal Reserve System 1971-1975

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, and bibliography on money supply.
box 82, folder 2

Finland, article by Albert Hunold 1961

box 82, folder 3

Ford Foundation, correspondence with Thomas H. Carroll (University of North Carolina) 1952-1953

Scope and Contents note

Includes digest of replies to the report of the Advisory Group to the Ford Foundation on Economics and the Behavioral Sciences.
box 82, folder 4-5

Foundation for Economic Education 1947-1954

Scope and Contents note

Brochures, pamphlets, and newsletters.
box 82, folder 6

Free Society Association, memoranda and newsletters 1965-1967

box 82, folder 7

Germany - Economy, pamphlet 1959

box 82, folder 8

Great Plains Legal Foundation, correspondence and newsletter 1977

box 83, folder 1-5

Indexation and taxation 1971-1975

Scope and Contents note

Studies, reports, and correspondence.
 

Institute of Mathematical Statistics

box 84, folder 1

General

box 84, folder 2

Reports by Milton Friedman and others on the place of statistics in the university and the teaching of statistics 1945-1947

box 84, folder 3

Correspondence, including with Harold Hotelling, chairman of the Institute's Committee on the Teaching of Statistics 1945-1947

Scope and Contents note

Includes a list of statisticians for consideration for appointment at the University of Chicago.
box 84, folder 4

Israel 1976-1977

Scope and Contents note

Studies, data, journal articles, correspondence, and notes.
box 84, folder 5

Japanese Economic Mission to the United States, brochure and correspondence 1964

box 84, folder 6

Journal of Political Economy 1947-1949

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, memoranda, and proposal.
box 84, folder 7

Little, I. 1951

Scope and Contents note

Notes by Milton Friedman and statement by Edward Mishan on I. Little, "Reformulation of Consumer's Behavior."
box 84, folder 8

Machlup, Fritz, clipping 1961

box 84, folder 9

Marshall, Alfred, photocopy of letter to Mr. Webb 1897

box 84, folder 10

Medical research, journal article 1965

 

Monetary policy 1947-1979

Scope and Contents note

Studies, discussion papers, reports, journal articles.
box 84, folder 11-12

General

box 84, folder 13

International

 

Mont Pélerin Society

box 85, folder 1

General

box 85, folder 2

Articles of incorporation 1947

box 85, folder 3

Bibliography of publications by members 1953

box 85, folder 4

Bylaws 1964

box 85, folder 5

Circulars 1947-1955

 

Correspondence

Scope and Contents note

Includes memoranda and minutes.
 

Alphabetical file 1959-1980

box 85, folder 6

A-G

box 85, folder 7

H

box 85, folder 8

I-L

box 85, folder 9

M-Z

 

Chronological file

box 86, folder 1

1946-1959

box 86, folder 2

1960

 

1961

box 86, folder 3

January-September

box 86, folder 4

October-December

box 86, folder 5

1962

box 86, folder 6

1963

box 86, folder 7

1964

box 86, folder 8

1965

box 86, folder 9

1966

box 86, folder 10

1967

box 86, folder 11

1968

box 86, folder 12

1969-1970

box 87, folder 1

1971

box 87, folder 2

1972-1977

box 87, folder 3

Re incorporation 1947-1950

box 87, folder 4

Re fundraising 1971-1972

Scope and Contents note

See also Correspondence, Chronological file, 1961 and 1962.
box 87, folder 5

Directories 1949-1975

box 87, folder 6

Financial reports 1957-1964

box 87, folder 7

Memorandum of association 1947

box 87, folder 8

Newsletters 1972-1979

box 87, folder 9

Notes

 

Proceedings of general meetings

box 87, folder 10

1947

Scope and Contents

Also includes a document from a free market study conference at the University of Chicago in 1948.
box 87, folder 11

1949

box 87, folder 12

1951

box 87, folder 13

1953

box 87, folder 14

1954

box 87, folder 15

1956

box 87, folder 16

1957

box 88, folder 1

1957

box 88, folder 2

1958

box 88, folder 3

1959

box 88, folder 4

1960

box 88, folder 5-8

1961

box 88, folder 9

1962

box 88, folder 10

1964

box 88, folder 11

1965

box 88, folder 12

1966

box 88, folder 13

1968

box 88, folder 14

Quarterly journals 1959-1962

box 88, folder 15

Reports 1962-1972

box 88, folder 16

Moulton, H. G., reading notes undated

box 88, folder 17

National Academy of Sciences, correspondence and newsletter 1973

 

National Bureau of Economic Research

box 89, folder 1

Calculations undated

box 89, folder 2

Comments by Anna J. Schwartz on Phillip D. Cagan, "A Theory of Monetary Effects on Interest Rates," and cover letter from Milton Friedman to F. Thomas Juster 1969

 

Correspondence

 

General

box 89, folder 3

1941-1959

box 89, folder 4

1960

box 89, folder 5

1961

box 89, folder 6

1962

box 89, folder 7

1963-1966

box 89, folder 8

Cagan, Phillip D. 1954-1955

box 89, folder 9

Carson, William J. 1954-1963

box 89, folder 10

Crayne, Susan 1969

Scope and Contents note

Includes her comments on Irving Fisher's work.
box 89, folder 11

Easterlin, Richard A. 1958-1959

box 89, folder 12

Eisenpress, Harry 1951

box 89, folder 13

Fabricant, Solomon 1949-1964

box 89, folder 14

Fordham University Press 1959-1961

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with Joseph R. Cammarosano.
box 89, folder 15

Juster, F. Thomas 1958-1959

box 89, folder 16

Mack, Ruth P. 1954-1955

box 89, folder 17

Moore, Geoffrey H. 1948-1964

 

Schwartz, Anna J.

Scope and Contents note

Includes research material.
box 90, folder 1

1948

box 90, folder 2

1949

box 90, folder 3

1950-1951

box 90, folder 4

1951-1954

box 90, folder 5

1952

box 90, folder 6

1953

box 90, folder 7

1954

box 90, folder 8

1955

box 91, folder 1

1956

box 91, folder 2

1957-1959

box 91, folder 3

1960-1964

box 91, folder 4

1965

box 91, folder 5

1966-1967

box 91, folder 6

1968-1969

box 91, folder 7

1970-1971

box 91, folder 8

1972-1975

box 91, folder 9

1976-1978

box 91, folder 10

Wehle, Mark 1957

box 92, folder 1

Lists of members attending the Conferences on Research in Income and Wealth 1943-1945

 

Memoranda

box 92, folder 2

Milton Friedman on Wassily Leontief's manuscript 1939

box 92, folder 3

Anna J. Schwartz on David K. Sheppard's United Kingdom money estimates undated

 

Notes, data, research material

box 92, folder 4

1964-1965

box 92, folder 5

Analysis of cycles in call-date series polygon and step methods

box 92, folder 6

Demand equations

box 92, folder 7

Money and interest rates

box 92, folder 8-11

Money supply

box 92, folder 12

Net obligations of the government 1958

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with Anna J. Schwartz and Phillip D. Cagan.
 

Rates of change

box 93, folder 1

Money supply 1956

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with Anna J. Schwartz and Phillip D. Cagan.
box 93, folder 2

Clearings-debits and personal income 1958

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with Anna J. Schwartz.
box 93, folder 3

Spectral analysis

box 93, folder 4

Miscellaneous

box 93, folder 5

Report by Milton Friedman on the Workshop in Money and Banking undated

 

Studies

 

"Call Date Series of Deposits at All Banks in the United States, 1917-1946," 1948-1951

box 93, folder 6

General

box 93, folder 7-8

Notes and correspondence with Henry C. Murphy, Anna J. Schwartz, Walter W. Stewart, Ralph A. Young 1948-1950

box 94, folder 1

Notes and correspondence with Harry Eisenpress and Millard Hastay 1949-1951

 

"Monetary Factors in Business Cycles" (also called "Banking Study") 1948-1973

box 94, folder 2-3

General

box 94, folder 4

Bibliographies and reading notes

box 94, folder 5

Research material, including papers by Anna J. Schwartz and others

box 94, folder 6-9

Charts, graphs, computer printouts

 

Notes and correspondence with Harry Eisenpress, Millard Hastay, Geoffrey H. Moore, Anna J. Schwartz, Hanna Stern, Robert Warren

box 95, folder 1-2

Undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes partial typescript.
box 95, folder 3

1948-1951

box 95, folder 4

1957-1960

box 95, folder 5

1959-1960

box 95, folder 6

1961-1963

box 96, folder 1

1963

box 96, folder 2

1968

box 96, folder 3

1971

box 96, folder 4

1972

box 96, folder 5

1974

box 96, folder 6

"Pension," 1958

Scope and Contents note

Research material, typescript of material for participants of the Pension Study Advisory Committee, and letter from William J. Carson.
box 96, folder 7

"Interest Rate," 1961

Scope and Contents note

Research material, progress report, and correspondence.
 

National Resources Committee

 

Notes and writings by Milton Friedman

Scope and Contents note

Includes some background material.
box 97, folder 1

1936

box 97, folder 2

1937

 

Studies

Scope and Contents note

Includes some background materials and material from the National Science Foundation.
box 97, folder 3

"Ammain Scales," 1935 September 25

Scope and Contents note

Notes, bibliography, and memorandum by Milton Friedman.
box 97, folder 4

"Family Types," notes and memoranda by Milton Friedman and others 1935-1936

 

"Consumption of Goods and Services by American Families," 1935-1937

Scope and Contents note

See also: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, "A Method of Comparing Incomes of Families Differing in Composition," 1950 June 9-11.
box 97, folder 5

General

box 97, folder 6

Forms

box 97, folder 7-8

Memoranda by Milton Friedman 1935-1939

box 97, folder 9-10

Notes and charts

Scope and Contents note

Includes some typescripts.
box 97, folder 11

Statistical tables 1936

box 97, folder 12

National Science Foundation 1960-1961

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, memoranda, and research proposals.
box 97, folder 13

Office of Scientific Research and Development, circulars and correspondence 1946

box 98, folder 1

Philadelphia Society, bylaws, membership lists, and newsletters 1966-1977

box 98, folder 2

President's Commission on an All-Volunteer Armed Force 1972-1973

Scope and Contents note

Contents of this folder do not match the original folder title. Contains correspondence with Anna Schwartz and notes relating to variability analysis of personal income.
box 98, folder 3

President's Commission on National Goals 1960, 1971

Scope and Contents note

Folder contents do not match original folder title. Contains memoranda, minutes, speeches, and studies related to US monthly money rate of change.
box 98, folder 4

President's Commission on White House Fellows 1971-1974

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, membership lists, circulars, and reports.
 

Principles of Freedom

 

General

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence, financial reports, memoranda, and minutes.
box 98, folder 5

1962-1963

box 98, folder 6

1964

box 98, folder 7

1965-1967

box 98, folder 8

1969-1973

box 99, folder 1-3

Typescript, "Capitalism and Federalism" (collective work by Principles of Freedom members) undated

box 99, folder 4

Rent control 1946-1951

Scope and Contents note

Newsletters, brochures, correspondence, and clippings.
box 99, folder 5

Rhodesia and South Africa 1967-1976

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, notes, speeches, studies, and magazine article.
box 99, folder 6

Samuelson, Paul A. 1950

Scope and Contents note

Paper and correspondence with William J. Baumol and Leonard J. Savage, and letter from Riley Clay Sprowls to Milton Friedman.
box 99, folder 7

Schultz, Henry, printed copies of writings 1931-1935

box 99, folder 8

Smith, Adam 1974-1976

Scope and Contents note

Speeches, papers, articles, and clippings relating to Adam Smith's centennial celebration.
 

Social security

box 99, folder 9

Correspondence, notes, papers, and journal articles 1965-1979

box 100, folder 1

Publications 1963-1971

box 100, folder 2

Soviet Union 1948-1959

Scope and Contents note

Pamphlets, speeches, and press release.
box 100, folder 3

Statistical Research Group, bibliographies and research papers 1946

box 100, folder 4

Statistics 1933-1948

Scope and Contents note

Papers, journal articles, course outlines, and clippings.
 

Tax limitation

box 100, folder 5-6

General 1964-1978

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, articles, newsletters, and memoranda. Includes publications of the National Tax Limitation Committee.
box 100, folder 7

California 1973

Scope and Contents note

Legislative proposals, remarks, reports, press releases, and articles.
box 100, folder 8

Illinois 1975

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, resolutions, and press releases.
box 100, folder 9

Michigan, correspondence and press releases 1974-1976

box 100, folder 10

New Hampshire and Vermont 1976

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, studies, newsletters, and clippings.
box 100, folder 11

Other states 1976-1978

Scope and Contents note

Article, brochure, and report.
box 101, folder 1

Teachers' Insurance and Annuity Association of America and College Retirement Equities Fund 1946-1968

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, minutes, and reports.
box 101, folder 2

United Kingdom, discussion paper and journal article 1969-1971

 

United States

 

Economy

 

General

box 101, folder 3

Memoranda, surveys, estimates (1929-1942) 1941-1942

box 101, folder 4

Speech by Walter Hoadley on American business and public policy research 1982

box 101, folder 5

Minimum wage laws and unemployment among African-American teenagers, fact sheet and clipping 1964

Scope and Contents note

See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Striner, Herbert E.
box 101, folder 6

Monetary policy 1951

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, notes, memoranda, clippings, and statements by Theodore W. Schultz and John D. Clark before the United States Congress Joint Economic Committee.
box 101, folder 7

Poverty-combatting programs, fact sheet 1964

box 101, folder 8

Foreign aid, article by Reed Irvine 1958

box 101, folder 9

Miscellaneous 1965-1967

box 101, folder 10

United States Comptroller, transcripts of reports of 1865-1875

box 101, folder 11

United States. Department of Commerce. Bureau of the Census, forms and instructions to enumerators undated

box 101, folder 12

United States. Department of the Treasury 1945-1946

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, memoranda, studies, and reports.
box 101, folder 13

University of Minnesota, clippings 1946

 

Audio-Visual File 1969-1988

Scope and Contents note

Videocassettes and sound recordings of speeches, interviews, conversation transcripts, and television appearances, arranged by physical form. There are additional sound recordings in boxes 235-236.
 

Videocassettes of television appearances

box 102

Phil Donahue Show 1980

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Scope and Contents note

Friedman discusses the Hoover Institution, the New Deal, government regulation of the auto industry, and capitalism.
box 102

Nightline (on the semiconductors international market) 1987 March 17

 

Sound recordings of speeches, interviews, conversation transcripts, and dictation 1961-1988

Physical Description: 19.0 Cassettes
box 102

Telephone talk to the Mont Pélerin Society regional meeting in Rockford, Illinois 1971 August

Scope and Contents note

Friedman analyzes where the world is in the pull between collectivism and individualism. Focusing on the world of ideas, he begins by noting the world of affairs. With a nod to Hayek's The Road to Serfdom, he says the world is less far down the road than how he and Hayek expected the world to be in 1971 when the book was first published. In the world of ideas, he begins by noting a recent renewed upsurge against the market and toward collectivism. Believing the experiences since the book have confirmed Hayek's predictions and opinions, he cites East/West Germany and Berlin as proof.
Friedman spends most of his time speculating as to why intellectuals tend toward collectivism. Though he admits he has not researched for concrete proof, he analyzes theories as to how intellectuals' self-interest leads them to this disposition. He believes it is counter-intuitive, as there is an incredible stake that intellectuals have in the free market of ideas for themselves. However, he believes the main reason is that there is a larger demand/market for collectivist ideas than individualist ideas, citing the boom in intellectual jobs as part of the New Deal. Friedman says the argument for collectivism is a simple, but compelling devil argument: bad people are doing bad things, so give me the power to stop them. Saying intellectuals believe they are smarter than others, they think they will be the ones given power over the bad guys. He laments that there is no natural law forcing promises to be upheld.
The market for individualist ideas, however, is much smaller to Friedman, who says it is a more complex idea, where one cannot easily see an invisible hand working. The Mont Pélerin Society does not go collectivist because of this smaller market. As an aside, Friedman also wonders why the mass media is overwhelmingly collectivist, despite individualist slogans, and why they want to use the government as a tool to fulfill these individualist slogans.

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"Redressing the Excesses of Keynesianism" (or "Free to Choose") 1980 July 10

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This speech was given as part of a conference titled "HANDS ON! HANDS OFF! Should Government Call the Shots or Let the Economic World Unfold?" Friedman speaks on inflation and declining/slow economic growth. Arguing the two as interlinked, he says they are common consequence of government growth: extensions of collectivism overwhelming individualism. He claims energy prices exacerbated both problems, but problems existed before the energy crisis. On inflation, Friedman says it is entirely made by government policy by increasing the net quantity of money. He says it introduces static in market processes and therefore retards economic growth. He believes price and wage controls address the symptoms, but not the causes of inflation. He argues restraining monetary growth is the cure for inflation. Similarly on slow economic growth, he argues it is caused by an over-governed society where there is too much spending and too much regulation. This, in turn, increases inflation according to Friedman.
In his introductory remarks, he labels himself a radical liberal, one in favor of getting to the roots of human freedom. He says there is no such thing as public capital; government capital is capital extracted from private individuals. He would prefer to discuss "governmental" versus private as opposed to "public" versus private. In the question-and-answer session, Friedman discusses tax cuts in America, foreign capital within Canada and beyond, the steel industry in America, Art Laffer, and critiques the Thatcher government in the UK, saying the policies are generally good, but working too slowly.

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Summing up and a chance for rebuttal undated

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Senator Joseph Clark debating Milton Friedman and Milton Friedman speech "Planning" given at Earlham College 1961

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The debate is dated 1961 and concerns the proper role of the federal government. Senator Clark favors an unemotional appraisal issue-by-issue; Friedman favors a small government using a critique of Kennedy's inaugural address as his theme. After each man delivers his opening remarks, questions are posed by editors from the Christian Science Monitor and Newsweek. The sound quality of both recordings is poor.

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box 102

Untitled 1969 June 12

box 102

Instructional Dynamics Inc. Information Cassette Series 1969 June 12

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William Clark of the Chicago Tribune interviews Milton Friedman about economic matters.

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Untitled 1971 October 12

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Milton Friedman and Friedrich Hayek at Mont Pélerin, Switzerland, during the Mont Pélerin meeting held at Montreux, Switzerland 1972

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"The Future of Capitalism," 1977 February 9

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Friedman delivered this speech at the Pepperdine University Associates banquet.

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"Economics of Health Care," 1977 March

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Courtroom dedication address at USD School of Law 1977 November 7

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Meet the Press, WRC Radio 1978 November 12

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This interview concerns the current "tax revolt." Use copy reference number: 77011_a_0004919
box 102

Wall Street Week: "Happy New Year - Part One" (program 927) 1980 January 4

Scope and Contents note

Friedman is the special guest.

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American Focus radio program featuring Milton Friedman circa 1982-1984

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"The Real Threat to U.S. Security," Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco 1983 April 15

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Friedman believes the welfare state is the greatest threat to the United States' security, not the Soviet Union. He begins by recalling British humorist Parkin's second law that expenditure rises to meet income. After analyzing the differences in defense spending versus total spending in the 1950s and the 1980s, he notes that non-defense spending is rising out of control. He tells the audience that a Republican-controlled committee in Congress cut President Reagan's defense spending and increased non-defense spending. For solutions, Friedman calls for a constitutional amendment to limit total spending, and to limit the role of government. He believes there is no area where the government is not funding both sides of an issue (i.e. tariffs for one foreign good and subsidies for another foreign good).
The question-and-answer session touches on Social Security, the national debt, the Federal Reserve (of which he is very critical), Chile, and the separation of economists into schools. Friedman does not believe the debt is a problem; he is more concerned with future financial obligations.
box 102

"The Economy: Where Are We Headed?," Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco 1984 July 27

box 102

"Is Hyperinflation Inevitable?," Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco 1985 June 28

Scope and Contents note

Friedman speaks about the effect of the new world monetary structure, where a commodity backs no currency. He recites the history of currencies, both commodity-based and fiat, in various countries, noting the dollar went off the gold standard first in 1914 though only formalized in 1971. He then looks at Fisher's thesis that currencies always return to a commodity base after experimenting with paper money. Friedman disagrees with Fisher. He explains that inflation is used to decrease the national debt's percentage of GDP. However, he says countries generally take actions to bring down inflation once it becomes prominent because inflation is politically unpopular. Friedman ends for calling for an institutional and constitutional rule for monetary policy in America, but asks to not be misunderstood as calling for a return to the gold standard.
Additional topics covered during the question-and-answer session include wave analysis, the trade and budget deficits, how to balance a budget, the International Monetary Fund especially its activities after the breakdown of Bretton Woods as a world central bank, Argentina, OPEC, corporate taxes, Fed rate non-predictions, and Friedman's distaste for a political appointment.
box 102

Portfolio of State Issues, volume 5 number 2 circa 1988

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Included is William F. Buckley Jr. interviewing Milton Friedman on recession.

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Economics Cassette Series sound recordings 1968-1978

Physical Description: 207.0 Cassettes

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Boxes 103-107 CLOSED. Use the provided copy reference numbers to listen to recordings in the Archives reading room or click the links to listen to them online.
The Economics Cassette Series was a bi-weekly, subscription-based series that ran from 1968 to 1978. Instructional Dynamics Incorporated (IDI) produced the series, which served as something of a companion to Friedman's Newsweek columns of the same era. There are 215 total cassettes in the series. As a general rule, every cassette features the same program on both sides. Each program is an interview with Milton Friedman, recorded either in Chicago, Illinois or in Vermont. The Chicago programs were recorded at the Friedman residence with William Clark of the Chicago Tribune conducting the interviews. Dr. Friedman's wife, Rose, conducted the interviews in the Vermont recordings. An exception to the above is a guest appearance by Paul A. Samuelson.
box 103

1. Untitled 1968 November

Duration: 21:36

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2. "The Presidential Election and Its Effects on the Economy," 1968 November

Duration: 26:16

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3. Untitled 1968 November

Duration: 24:55

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4. Untitled 1968

Duration: 23:08

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5. "Exchange Rates, Fixed and Varying," undated

Duration: 27:08

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6. "Paul McCracken and the Council of Economic Advisers, Inflation, the Minimum Wage, and Unemployment," undated

Duration: 25:53

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7. "Unemployment, the Federal Reserve and Inflation, Wages, Labor Unions, and George Shultz," 1968 December

Duration: 28:33

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8. "Currency Recycling, Crawling Pegs, Hyperinflation, and the Economic Policy of the Nixon Administration and the Federal Reserve Board," 1968 December

Duration: 29:31

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9. "New Administration Policies, Surtax Possibilities," 1969 January

Duration: 25:06

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10. "Decrease in Growth Rate of Monetary Supply," 1969 January

Duration: 27:07

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11. "The 10 Percent Surtax, the 1969 Economic Report, and Is a New Crisis Coming?," 1969

Duration: 26:00

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12. "Exchange Rates and Imports, Monetary Versus Fiscal Policy, and Measures of Monetary Policy," 1969

Duration: 27:27

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William Clark joins the series for his first appearance and interviews Milton Friedman.

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13. "Second Half of 1969, Slowdown Foreseen, Money/Cause or Effect," 1969

Duration: 28:21

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14. "New Bretton Woods Would be Disaster, Monetary Policy Article in New York Times," undated

Duration: 24:00

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15. "Conglomerates, Tax Reform," undated

Duration: 24:38

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16. "Divergent Monetary Trends," undated

Duration: 28:06

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Friedman discusses M1 and M2.

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17. "British Bank Rate, French Revolution," undated

Duration: 29:03

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18. "Current Monetary News, Conservative Disappointment with Nixon, Independence of Federal Reserve," undated

Duration: 25:35

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19. "Monetary Developments, Demand and Supply of Money and Credits, Inflation and Unemployment," undated

Duration: 26:57

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20. "Current Monetary and Economic Developments," undated

Duration: 28:48

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21. "International Financial Picture, Reduction of United States Exchange Controls, Credit Restraint Euro-Dollars," undated

Duration: 29:47

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22. "Current Monetary Developments, Prospects for Interest Rates, Nixon Budget, Peace Rumors and the Market Federal, Funds Rate," undated

Duration: 31:07

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23. "Nixon's Tax Proposals," undated

Duration: 29:55

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24. "Reaction to Samuelson, Impact of De Gaulle's Resignation, Effect on U. S. Dollar," 1969

Duration: 28:06

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25. "Monetary Policy, Gold Prices, Vietnam Peace, Investment Tax Credit, Collectivism," undated

Duration: 27:59

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26. "Current Monetary Indication, Balance of Payments Deficit, Rush for German Marks," undated

Duration: 28:50

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27. "Businessmen and Inflation, Bond Market, Harry Schultz Letter," undated

Duration: 27:24

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28. "Money Supply, Pressure for Rate Increase, David Kennedy and Wage and Price Controls," undated

Duration: Part 1, 29:39; Part 2, 14:28

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This recording also includes dictation about a trip to Israel.

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29. "Current Conditions, A.B.A. International Monetary Conference," undated

Duration: 26:17

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30. "Monetary Developments, Interest Rates, Compensating Balances and Interest on Demand Deposits," 1969 July 10

Duration: 21:57

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31. "Quantity of Money, Behavior of Interest Rates, Real vs. Nominal Interest Rates," 1969 July 24

Duration: 22:48

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32. "Monetary Developments, Future Federal Policy Lag in Effect of Money, Tax Legislation," 1969 August 7

Duration: 26:24

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33. "Nixon Welfare Proposal, Revision of Money Supply Figures Subscribers' Questions," 1969 August 21

Duration: 28:21

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34. "Japan, Current Economic Conditions, Overkill, Interest Deduction, Capital Gains, Rediscounting," 1969 September 4

Duration: 28:58

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35. "Unemployment Figures Monetary Developments, Interest Rates, Economic Forecast," 1969 October 8

Duration: 28:04

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36. "Appointment of Arthur Burns to Fed, German Mark and Exchange Rates," undated

Duration: 29:19

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37. "Monetary Developments, Economic Development, Cost of Anti-Inflation [?], Attacking Inflation [?], Production/Property Taxes," undated

Duration: 28:45

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38. "Monetary Developments, Interest Rates, Rinfret's Predictions, Stock Market, Bank Holdings Co. Comm. Paper," 1969 November 19

Duration: 28:23

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39. "1970 Forecast," 1969 December

Duration: Part 1, 28:14; Part 2, 28:17

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Milton Friedman and Paul Samuelson give economic forecasts for 1970 (Friedman part 1, Samuelson part 2).

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40. "Monetary Developments, Feasibility of Steady Monetary Growth, Rinfret's Predictions," 1969 December 17

Duration: 27:30

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41. "Prospective Money Situation, Velocity Behavior," 1969 December 31

Duration: 27:20

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42. "Nixon Reaction to Recession, Wage Settlements and Unemployment," 1970 January 15

Duration: 27:36

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43. "Money Stock, Regulation Question, Pollution," undated

Duration: 28:21

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44. "Bond Market Turn, Debt, Bankruptcies," 1970 February 12

Duration: 27:20

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46. "Economic and Monetary Conditions," undated

Duration: 25:22

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47. "Japan and Korea, Monetary Developments, Economic Developments," 1970 April 2

Duration: 27:54

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48. "Income Tax, Economic Models, Canada vs. U.S. in Cost Depression, Pollution," 1970 April 15

Duration: 28:20

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49. "General Economic Conditions, Market Price Increases, Margin Requirements on Stocks, Liquidity Crisis," 1970 April 29

Duration: 28:07

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50. "Stock Market, Is This 1929?, Low Point of Current Revision, Subscribers Questions," 1970 May 16

Duration: 32:48

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51. "Stock Market, Credit Crisis, Monetary Policy, Income Policy," 1970 May 27

Duration: 27:17

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52. "Distinctive Features of Recession, High Interests Rates, Control of Money Supply," 1970 June 10

Duration: 28:03

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53. "Penn Central Bankruptcy, Monetary Development, President Nixon's Economic Sale, Subscribers' Questions," 1970 June 24

Duration: 28:30

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54. "Monetary Developments, Interest Rates/Money Supply, British Tax Policy, Debt Liquidation/Dollar Devaluation/Black Angus," 1970 July 8

Duration: 27:39

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55. "Inflation, Bottoming of Economy, Interest Rates, Capital Spending," 1970 July 22

Duration: 26:56

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56. "Monetary Developments, Bottoming Of Recession, Long Term Interest Rates, Recommended Money Supply, Real Money Supply, Jewish Conspiracy," 1970 August 6

Duration: 29:28

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57. "General Review of Outlook for Money, Business, Inflation, Stock Market, Interest Rates," 1970 August 20

Duration: 28:13

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59. "Current Economic Condition," 1970 October 15

Duration: 28:16

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60. "Pre-Election Economic Perspective, Real Money Supply, Residual Money Supply," 1970 November 4

Duration: 27:54

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61. "Industrial Production Decline, Monetary Development, Fed Policy, Subscribers' Questions," 1970 November 18

Duration: 21:30

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62. "Monetary Figure Revisions, Spending," 1970 December 3

Duration: 19:34

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63. "Outlook for 1971," 1970 December 16

Duration: 29:26

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64. "Economic Development, Constructive Money, Growth," 1970 December 31

Duration: 27:23

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65. "Monetary Developments, Depreciation Liberalization, Steel Prices," 1971

Duration: 21:08

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66. "Monetary Figures, Steel Prices Ploy, State of Union Message," 1971 January 27

Duration: 20:58

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67. "Administration Projections, Projected Default," 1971 February 10

Duration: 20:05

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68. "Davis Bacon Act, Forecasts, Band Market, Common Market Currency," 1971 February 24

Duration: 24:00

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69. "Monetary Development, Bond Market, Budget, Escalated Bond," 1971 March 12

Duration: 23:05

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70. "S.S.T., Oil Import Quotas, Interest Rates," 1971 March 29

Duration: 24:41

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71. "Monetary Developments, Living with Inflation," 1971 April 7

Duration: 23:26

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72. "Monetary Development, Stock Market, GNP Growth, National Dividend Plan," 1971 April 21

Duration: 24:23

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73. "International Monetary Crises," 1971 May 10

Duration: 25:31

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74. "International Monetary Developments, Domestic Recovery," 1971 May 20

Duration: 25:08

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75. "Interest Rates and Money, Subscribers Questions," 1971 June 2

Duration: 25:25

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76. "Time's Board of Economists, St. Louis Price Predictions, Cost-Push-Inflation," 1971 June 15

Duration: 28:47

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77. "Monetary Development, Nixon Game Plan, Unemployment, Exchange Control," 1971 July 1

Duration: 29:58

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78. "Mr. Nixon's Policy, Unemployment, Effect of Monetary Changes, Inflation Potential," 1971 July 14

Duration: 30:57

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79. "Monetary Development, Monetarist Forecasts, Seasonal Adjustment of Money, Balance of Payment," 1971 July 27

Duration: 28:37

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80. "Unilateral Devaluation of Dollar, Speculation for the Yen Inflation," 1971 August 11

Duration: 25:41

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81. "The President's New Economic Policy," circa 1971

Duration: 30:12

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82. "International Monetary Development, Domestic Economy," 1971 September 27

Duration: 29:33

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83. "Domestic Economic Conditions," 1971 October 6

Duration: 29:57

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84. "Monetary Development, Subscribers' Questions," 1971 October 20

Duration: 33:35

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85. "Slow Down in Economic Expansion, Prospect for Renewed Recession," 1971 November 4

Duration: 30:47

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86. "Money Developments, Pay and Price Board, Subscribers' Questions," 1971 November 20

Duration: 31:40

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87. "Forecast for 1972," 1971 December 1

Duration: 31:20

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88. "Dollar Devaluation-Money Supply," 1971 December 15

Duration: 29:38

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89. "Have Monetary Policies Failed?, Monetary and International Developments," 1971 December 26

Duration: 27:42

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91. "Deficits, GNP Estimates, Money, Subscribers' Questions," 1972 January 26

Duration: 28:50

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92. "Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy, Subscribers' Questions," 1972 February 9

Duration: 27:50

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93. "Current Monetary Conditions, Value Added Tax, Subscribers' Questions," 1972 February 23

Duration: 28:02

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94. "Monetary Development, International Monetary Changes, Linked Bonds," 1972 March 8

Duration: 30:31

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95. "Money, Economy, Pay Board, British Tax Cut, Drugs," 1972 March 22

Duration: 29:15

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96. "The Fed, And Inflation, Effects of Controls, Book by Meigs, Hawaii," 1972 April 5

Duration: 29:58

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97. "State of the Economy, Effect of Controls, Interest Rates, Prospects for the Future," 1972 May 3

Duration: 27:35

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98. "Hong Kong and Japan Economics," 1972 April 25

Duration: 30:16

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99. "Monetary Growth, Federal Reserve Emphasis on Reserves, Business and Inflation Outlook," 1972 May 17

Duration: 27:06

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100. "Moscow Summit, Shultz Appointment, International Monetary Conference," 1972 May 31

Duration: 27:42

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101. "Monetary Developments, Money in Stock Market, Reducing Government," 1972 June 14

Duration: 27:41

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104. "Economic Reports, International Monetary Crisis," 1972 July 26

Duration: 31:15

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106. "Monetary Developments, Inflation, Kondratieff Cycle," 1972 August 24

Duration: 28:37

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107. "European Fear of Inflation, U.S. Monetary Developments, Flood Relief, Gold," 1972 September 20

Duration: 29:15

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108. "International Monetary Fund," 1972 October 5

Duration: 25:16

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109. "Government Spending," 1972 October 18

Duration: 25:16

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110. "Monetary Development, Personal Income Projections, Interest Rate Control, Canadian Economy," 1972 November 1

Duration: 23:22

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111. "Election, Dow Breaking 1,000, Balance of Payments, British Freeze, Industrial Products," 1972 November 17

Duration: 24:36

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112. "Economic Outlook for 1973," 1972 November 29

Duration: 24:13

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113. "Medical Economics, Monetary Developments, Price Controls, Fiscal Policy," 1973 January 17

Duration: 28:37

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114. "Budget Message, Economic Report, International," 1973 January 31

Duration: 29:06

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115. "International Crisis, Monetary Developments, Governor Reagan's Tax Limitations Proposal," 1973 February 14

Duration: 29:28

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116. "International Monetary Crisis, Domestic Monetary Growth," 1973 March 5

Duration: 24:44

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117. "Yugoslavia, International Monetary Development," 1973 March 14

Duration: 27:10

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118. "Report on Yugoslavia and Italy," 1973 April 13

Duration: 28:01

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119. "Inflations, Monetary Development, Prospects," 1973 April 25

Duration: 26:08

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120. "Discount Rate, Current Boom, Future Prospects, Balance of Payments," 1973 May 11

Duration: 26:08

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121. "Gold and the Dollar, Stock Market, Wage and Price Controls," 1973 May 24

Duration: 23:07

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122. "Adam Smith, Controls, Dollar and Gold, Watergate and the Economy," 1973 June 11

Duration: 25:35

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123. "Freeze, Dividend Limitation, Monetary Policy," 1973 June 23

Duration: 29:29

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124. "The German Mark, Federal Reserve Action, Interest Rates, Subscribers' Queries," 1973 July 4

Duration: 29:12

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125. "Phase Four, Monetary Developments, Interest Rates, Foreign Exchange," 1973 July 18

Duration: 30:37

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126. "Fed's Talk And Action, Future Monetary Policy, International Monetary Situation," 1973 August 2

Duration: 32:49

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127. "Monetary Policy and Inflation, Foreign Influences On Money Supply," 1973 August 15

Duration: 31:22

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128. "Controlling Money Supply, Monetary Growth, Leading Indications, Prime Rate," 1973 August 29

Duration: 28:01

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129. "Monetary Developments, Tax Increase, Foreign Influences on Inflation, Export Controls," 1973 September 13

Duration: 28:01

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130. "Short Term Rates, Business Outlook, Hedging Against Inflation," 1973 September 26

Duration: 29:11

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131. "Oil, Government Business Relations," 1973 October 10

Duration: 26:54

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132. "Watergate and Economics, Control of Money, Ludwig von Mises," 1973 October 24

Duration: 27:06

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133. "Money Supply, Burns' Comments, California Amendment," 1973 November 7

Duration: 26:53

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134. "Oil Crisis and the Stock Market, Business Prospects, Long Term Oil Problems, Two-Tier Gold System," 1973 November 21

Duration: 24:36

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135. "Oil Crisis, Stock Market, Burns' Letter on Monetary Policy," 1973 December 4

Duration: 26:59

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136. "Economic Outlook for 1974," 1973 December 13

Duration: 27:21

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137. "Brazilian Economic Miracle," 1974 January 4

Duration: 27:14

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138. "Economic Conditions, Monetary Policy, International Scene, Watergate and Resignation," 1974 January 16

Duration: 26:31

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139. "Recession?, Monetary Policy," 1974 February 4

Duration: 26:16

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140. "Personal Income and Wholesale Prices, Real Money Balances, Monetary Correction," 1974 February 20

Duration: 30:02

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141. "British Election, Escalator Clauses," 1974 March 12

Duration: 26:54

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142. "President Nixon, Money, Inflation," 1974 March 20