M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

GERMAN AND JEWISH INTELLECTUAL ÉMIGRÉ COLLECTION

Finding Aid for the
ERICH HULA
PAPERS, 1900-1977

(GER-044)

Photograph of Erich Hula, undated
Photograph of Erich Hula, undated, Series 1: Documents, Biographical Materials
For reference queries contact Grenander Department Reference staff or (518)-437-3935

Finding Aid Compiled by
Sandra Hunt Hawrylchak
January 31, 2006



 
 
 
 
 
 

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ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by Erich Hula in February 1978, with additional materials added in 1987.

ACCESS: Access to this record group is unrestricted.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Chronology of Events

Scope and Content Note

Series Description

Box and Folder List:


Erich Hula Papers
Biographical Sketch

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According to Arnold Brecht, a contemporary of Hula at the New School for Social Research, Erich Hula was "one of the most influential colleagues in the administrative and scholarly development of the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research, which he joined in 1938 after his arrival as a fugitive from Nazi-occupied Austria." With the exception of a semester at Cornell University (Spring 1953) and a year at the Washington Center of Foreign Policy Research of The Johns Hopkins University (1957/1958), Hula spent his entire teaching career, from 1938 until 1967, at the New School, where he also served continuously from 1942 until retirement on the editorial board of Social Research as well as a two-year term as Dean of the Graduate Faculty from 1948-1950.

Erich Hula was born in Vienna, Austria on May 27, 1900, where he also received his formal education in jurisprudence and political science. Hula studied under Hans Kelsen and was awarded a Doctor of Law degree from the University of Vienna in 1924. Hula was able to continue his studies from 1927 to 1930 in England, France and the United States under a Rockefeller grant. After completion of his studies, Hula was once again taken under the wing of Hans Kelsen and became his assistant (1931-1933) at the Institute of International Law in Cologne, Germany. Hula's admiration for Kelsen and his work can be seen in the large volume of Kelsen materials collected in the Hula Papers, which include correspondence, notes and published materials.

In July of 1933, Hula married Annemarie Sporken, and for he next several years held posts with the Chambers of Labor in both Graz and Vienna, Austria. Shortly after the National Socialist takeover of Austria in 1938, Hula received an offer to join the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research, and on March 12, Hula left Austria with his wife and immigrated to the United States via Czechoslovakia, Switzerland and Great Britain.

Although Hula produced only one full-length book during his career (a collection of his essays), he wrote numerous essays on a variety of subjects: international law and international institutions, in particular the League of Nations and its successor the United Nations, national self-determination, punitive war and war crimes, as well as essays on the problems of individual countries, including Austria, Germany, Great Britain and many on the Soviet Union.

Erich Hula died in the Bronx, New York, on May 18, 1987.


Erich Hula Papers
Chronology of Events

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1900May 27, born in Vienna, Austria.
1921-1924Held a position at the Wiener Bankverein.
1924Awarded Doctor of Law degree from University of Vienna, Austria.
1927-1930Studied in England, France, and the United States under a Rockefeller Grant.
1931-1933Assistant (to Hans Kelsen) at the Institute of International Law, Cologne, Germany.
1933July 31, marriage to Annemarie Sporken.
1934-1937Secretary, Chamber of Labor, Graz, Austria.
1937-1938Secretary, Chamber of Labor, Vienna, Austria.
1937-1938Member, Austrian Commission for the Codification of Labor Law.
1938March 12, left Austria; emigrated to the United States via Czechoslovakia, Switzerland and Great Britain.
1938-1944Associate Professor of Political Science, Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research.
1941Co-signer of founding resolution of Austrian Committee.
1942Member of the advisory board of the Austrian National Committee and co-signer of proclamation of Military Committee for the Liberation of Austria.
1942Became member of editorial board of the quarterly Social Research.
1944-1967Professor of Political Science, Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research.
1945Became U.S. citizen, along with his wife.
1945-1948Visiting Professor, Graduate School, Fordham University
1948-1950Dean of the Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research.
1953Spring semester. Visiting Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
1957-1958Research Associate, The Johns Hopkins University, Washington Center of Foreign Policy Research, Washington, D.C.
1960December 10, received the Große Goldene Ehrenzeichen für Verdienste um die Republik Österreich.
1967Retirement from the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research.
1976Renewal of Hula's doctoral degree by the University of Vienna.
1987May 18, died in Bronx, New York.

Erich Hula Papers
Scope and Content Note

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A substantial portion of the Erich Hula Papers consists of his writings, both in typescript and published form. This includes his contributions to newspapers and journals, dating from the 1920s to 1984, and also contains extensive notes from his research as well as for courses taught primarily at the New School for Social Research. The collection also contains correspondence files and biographical documents, and a large collection of reprints (and some typescripts) sent to and collected by Hula of colleagues and other scholars, including Hans Kelsen, Hans Morgenthau, Leo Gross, Arnold Brecht and Kurt von Fritz.

The collection is divided into eight series: 1) Documents, biographical materials, 1900-1976; 2) Correspondence files, 1927-1985; 3) Published and unpublished writings by Erich Hula, 1924-1984; 4) Course and lecture notes; 5) Note cards and loose leaf pages; 6) Individual author files; 7) Subject files; and 8) Pamphlets. Series 3 is further subdivided into three sub-series: 1) Writings in German, 1924-1938; 2) Writings 1939-1984, primarily in English; reviews; and 3) The Washington Center of Foreign Policy Research. Round Table meetings, September 26, 1957 – September 27, 1958.


Erich Hula Papers
Series Description

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Series 1: Documents, Biographical Materials, 1900-1976. 18 file folders.

This series contains a number of original documents from Austria, including birth, marriage and university documents, as well as correspondence, documents and several photographs associated with his long career as a member of the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research. Also present are correspondence and documents relating to Hula's Wiedergutmachung (restitution) and Austrian pension claims.

Series 2: Correspondence Files, 1927-1985. 239 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains primarily correspondence dealing with Hula's publications and includes correspondence with publishers, newspapers and periodicals, as well as colleagues. Individuals represented in the correspondence include colleagues at the New School for Social Research, such as Arnold Brecht, Eduard Heimann, Hans Simons and Hans Staudinger, as well as legal scholars and contemporaries such as Leo Gross, Hans Kelsen, Hans J. Morgenthau, Kurt Riezler, and Kurt von Fritz.

Series 3: Published and Unpublished Writings by Erich Hula, 1924-1984. 288 file folders, arranged chronologically.

Sub-series 1: Writings in German, 1924-1938. 55 file folders, arranged chronologically.

This sub-series contains publications and typescripts of articles in German on issues in labor, law, parliamentary reform and economics, written by Hula before his emigration to the United States.

Sub-series 2: Writings, primarily in English; reviews, 1939-1984. 204 file folders, arranged chronologically.

This sub-series contains articles primarily in English from Hula's years in the United States. The series also contains reviews written by Hula, in German and in English, 1924-1984.

Sub-series 3: The Washington Center of Foreign Policy Research. Round Table Meetings, September 26, 1957 – September 27, 1958. 29 file folders, arranged chronologically.

This sub-series contains transcripts of Round Table meetings of the Washington Center of Foreign Policy Research from September 1957 until September 1958. Participants include Arnold Wolfers, Roger Hilsman, James E. King Jr., Paul H. Nitze, William Lee Miller, Hans Speier, Erich Hula, Herbert S. Dinerstein, Charles Burton Marshall, William Welch, Klaus Mehnert, Hans Morgenthau and Robert C. Good. Also included in this section are typescripts of lectures delivered by Hula, Wolfers, and Miller and a limited amount of correspondence between Hula, Wolfers and Miller.

Series 4:Course and lecture notes. 29 file folders.

This series contains primarily handwritten lecture and research notes, including a number of folders pertaining to the revision of the United Nations Charter.

Series 5: Note Cards and Loose Leaf Pages. 106 half folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series consists of a combination of 5" x 8" note cards and 6" x 9" loose leaf sheets with handwritten notes on various topics, as well as reading notes on books read by Hula.

Series 6: Individual Author Files. 323 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series consists primarily of reprints sent to Hula by other authors with some original typescripts and secondary materials. There is a large section on Hans Kelsen (33 folders) as well as a number of reprints and other materials on: Hans Aufricht, Arnold Brecht, Leo Gross, Otto Kirchheimer, Josef L. Kunz, Karl Loewenstein, Hans J. Morgenthau, Egon Schwelb and Kurt von Fritz.

Series 7: Subject Files. 174 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains primarily newspaper clippings and other published materials on various topics, including American government and foreign policy, the Catholic Church, individual countries such as Austria, Germany, Great Britain, the Soviet Union and the United States, International Law, the New School for Social Research, and the United Nations.

Series 8: Pamphlets. 378 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series of pamphlets deals predominantly with the United Nations and issues surrounding the United Nations.


Erich Hula Papers
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Documents, Biographical Materials, 1900-1976

Box 1
Folder

1. Austrian documents, 1900-1965. Includes copies of birth certificates, marriage certificate, university documents.
2. Doctoral degree from the University of Vienna, 1923.
3. New School for Social Research. Correspondence regarding appointments, salary, etc., 1938-1965.
4. Naturalization papers, 1944.
5. Correspondence concerning Hula's receipt of the Große Goldene Ehrenzeichen für Verdienste um die Republik Österreich, Dec. 10, 1960.
6. Wiedergutmachung (Restitution) correspondence and documents, 1963-1974.
7. Wiedergutmachung correspondence (Robert M.W. Kempner), 1964-1975.
8. Chemical Bank, New York. Financial documents, 1969-1978.
9. Landesamt für Besoldung un Versorgung. Correspondence, 1977-1981.
10. Westdeutsche Landesbank, Cologne. Financial documents and correspondence, 1978-1980.
11. Renewal of doctoral degree by University of Vienna, 1976.
12. Curriculum vitae, lists of publications.
13. Articles about Hula in newspapers, etc.
14. Lexicon entries on Hula.
15. Address book.
16. Memberships.
17. Photographs of Hula (2).
18. Photographs of New School faculty members.


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Box and Folder List

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Series 2: Correspondence files, 1927-1985

Box 2
Folder

1. A-C, miscellaneous, unidentified.
2. Adamovich, Ludwig, 1950-1951.
3. Aftenposten (Oslo – Theo Findahl), 1960-1961.
4. America. National Catholic Weekly, 1946.
5. American Journal of International Law, 1959-1975.
6. Anderle, Othmar, 1961.
7. Anshen, Ruth Nanda, 1944.
8. Aufricht, Hans, 1945-1964.
9. Austill, Allen, 1979.
10. Beckerath, Thea von, 1967.
11. Bellquist, Eric C. (Office of War Information), 1944.
12. Berdahl, Clarence A., 1943-1945.
13. Berger, Peter, 1944, 1967, 1971.
14. Borchard, Edwin, 1943-1946.
15. Bradley, Phillips, 1939-1945.
16. Brecht, Arnold, 1938-1977.
17. Brecht, Rolf, 1978.
18. Brodersen, Arvid, 1950.
19. Bucher, Alex J., 1979.
20. Canadian Institute of International Affairs, 1952, 1955.
21. Carr, E.H., 1944.
22. Caspari, Henrik, 1963.
23. Christianity and Crisis (Wayne H. Cowan), 1961-1962.
24. Claude, Inis L. Jr., 1961.
25. Cobban, Alfred, 1944, 1946.
26. Coebergh, Elfreide & Jan, 1981.
27. Colegrove, Kenneth (The American Political Science Association), 1944.
28. Collier's Encyclopedia (P.F. Collier & Son Corporation), 1960.
29. Cornides, Wilhelm, 1960.
30. Council on Foreign Relations, Inc., 1970.
31. Cropsey, Joseph, 1975.
32. Cushman, Robert E., 1945, 1947.
33. D – F – miscellaneous & unidentified.
34. Daalder, Hans, 1966.
35. Deuticke, Franz, 1931.
36. Diamant, Alfred, 1962.
37. Dokumentationsarchiv des österreichischen Widerstands, 1966.
38. Drath, M., 1966.
39. Dumbarton Oaks article, 1945.
40. Einaudi, Mario, 1949.
41. Engelmann, Frederick, 1983.
42. Eppel, Peter, 1983.
43. Eschmann, I. T., 1947.
44. Everett, John R., 1966.
45. Fay, Sidney B., 1944.
46. Fellner, Fritz, 1978.
47. Flechtheim, Ossip K., 1978.
48. Fletcher, H. George (Fordham University Press), 1975; notes.
49. Ford, (Father) George B., 1941.
50. Forkosch, Morris D., 1978.
51. Forum (Günther Nenning), 1966.
52. Frank, Julius, undated
53. Freeman, Harrop A. (The Pacifist Research Bureau), 1947.
54. Freymond, Jacques, 1961.
55. Fried, John H. E., 1961.
56. Friedrich, Carl J., 1943-1946.
57. Friesenhahn, Ernst, 1969, 1978-1984.
58. Fruehwirth, Guenter, 1977.
59. Funke, Gerhard, 1977-1981.
60. G – J – miscellaneous & unidentified.
61. Gambke, Gotthard, 1965.
62. Gartz, Victor E., 1955.
63. Gelber, Lionel, 1943.
64. Germino, Dante, 1969-1975.
65. Geyer, Herbert, 1980-1983.
66. Ginsburgs, George, 1968.
67. Goodrich, Leland M. (International Organization), 1950.
68. Gorbach, Alfons, 1961,1964.
69. Gottschalk, Anni, 1955.
70. Graham, Robert A. (America. National Catholic Weekly), 1946-1961.
71. Grant, J. A. C., 1944-1945.
72. Grathoff, Richard, 1985.
73. Greenbaum, Joseph, 1971, 1973.
74. Gross, Leo, 1950-1981.
75. Haberda, Ernst, 1961.
76. Haberler, Gottfried, 1942, 1980.
77. Hamburger, Ernst, 1975.
78. Hamburger, Max, 1961.
79. Hans Kelsen-Institut, 1973-1974.
80. Hartmann, Paul, 1945.
81. Hartnett, R. C., 1946.
82. Hartshorne, Richard, 1942.
83. Hay, Marley F., 1944.
84. Heberle, Rudolf, 1941.
85. Heidenheim, Arnold, 1966.
86. Heimann, Eduard, 1946-1966.
87. Hennis, Wilhelm, 1978-1983.
88. Hermens, Ferdinand A., 1941, 1977-1978.
89. Herring, Pendleton, 1939.
90. Herz, John H., 1969.
91. Holborn, Louise W., 1952.
92. Hoppe, Irmgard, 1977-1978.
93. Horikawa, Takeo, 1959.
94. Hovde, Bryn J., 1946.
95. Hugo von Hofmannsthal-Gesellschaft, 1981.
96. Hull, Cordell, 1944.
97. Hyde, Charles Cheney, 1946.
98. Ingram, Elke, 1967-1968.
99. Inman, Samuel Guy, 1942.
100. Inman, Walter G., 1980.
101. Interpretation (Hilail Gildin), 1979.
102. Jászi, Oscar, 1943.
103. Johnson, Alvin, 1951, 1966.
104. Jonas, Hans, 1962.
105. The Journal of Poliltics, 1957, 1966.
106. K – M – miscellaneous & unidentified.
107. Kann, Robert A., 1979.
108. Karpovich, Michael, 1953.
109. Kelsen, Hans, 1961-1964.
110. Kempner, Benedicta Maria, 1966.
111. Kennan, George, 1952.
112. Kirchheimer, Anne, undated
113. Kirk, Russell, 1962.
114. Klinghoffer, Hans, 1957.
115. Kohn, Hans, 1943-1945.
116. Kolnai, Aurel, 1942.
117. Konvitz, Milton R., 1957.
118. Krainer, Josef, 1963.
119. Kurtscheller, Friedrich, 1978.
120. Kutscher, Hans, 1966.
121. Laboulaye, François de, 1978.
122. LaFarge, John (America. National Catholic Weekly), 1943-1963.
123. Lederer, Emil, 1938.
124. Lederer, Gertrude, 1977.
125. Lepsius, Rainer, 1976.
126. Lippmann, Walter, 1966.
127. Lipsky, George A., 1951.
128. Loewenstein, Karl, 1944.
129. Löwith, Karl, 1952, 1970-1971, undated.
130. Louisiana State University Press, 1984.
131. Lowe, Adolph, 1973, 1975.
132. Luckmann, Benita, 1982.
133. Ludz, Peter C., 1977.
134. Lynd, Robert S., 1944.
135. Mansfield, Harvey, 1974.
136. Marshall, Charles Burton, 1954.
137. Matthiesen, Ulf, 1983, 1985.
138. Mayer, Carl, 1970-1974.
139. Meister, Richard, 1927.
140. Millet, Stanley, 1954, 1958, undated.
141. Mintz, Walter, 1978-1979.
142. Mire, Joseph, 1981.
143. Morgenthau, Hans J., 1942-1943, 1957, 1968.
144. Mosely, Philip E., 1943, 1969.
145. Mosler, Hermann, 1960.
146. Mundt, Karl E., 1945.
147. N – R – miscellaneous & unidentified.
148. Nef, John Ulric, 1943.
149. Neisser, Charlotte (Mrs. Hans P.), 1983.
150. Nelson, Benjamin, 1970.
151. Noel, E., 1954.
152. Notter, Harley A., 1943.
153. Nussbaum, Arthur, 1946.
154. Parks, E. T., 1942.
155. Parsons, Geoffrey, 1944.
156. Pauli, Franca (Mrs. Wolfgang), 1958-1960.
157. Peffer, Nathaniel, 1944.
158. Pekelis, Alex, undated
159. Pollock, James K., 1943.
160. Potter, Lou (The Intellectual Exiles Project), 1985.
161. Potter, Pitman B., 1945-1950.
162. Preuss, Lawrence, 1951.
163. Pringham, Peter E., 1980-1984.
164. Rabl, Kurt, 1971.
165. Recasens-Siches, Luis, 1955, 1969.
166. Redlich, Gertrud, 1965.
167. Reinhardt, Ursula, 1943.
168. Religion in Life, 1960.
169. Renner, Karl, 1926.
170. Ridder, H., 1966.
171. Rieber, Roger Alan, 1973-1976.
172. Riezler, Kurt, 1954-1955.
173. Robinson, Jacob, 1944, 1951.
174. The Rockefeller Foundation, 1954-1956.
175. Rommen, Heinrich, 1943.
176. Rossi, Mario, 1961.
177. Rudd, Herbert T., 1945.
178. Ruzicka, Rudolph, 1943, 1961-1967.
179. S – Z – miscellaneous & unidentified
180. Schachter, Oscar, 1961.
181. Schätzel, Walter, 1957.
182. Schapiro, J. Salwyn, 1944.
183. Scharizer, Martha, 1970-1973.
       Scharizer, Ernst.
184. Schindler, Dietrich (Schweizer Monatshefte), 1960-1964.
185. Schüller, Richard, 1967-1971, undated.
186. Schumpeter, Joseph A., 1944.
187. Schuschnigg, Kurt, 1967.
188. Schwab, George, 1979.
189. Schwarzenberger, G., 1937, 1974.
190. Schwelb, Egon, 1947, 1955-1960.
191. Seipel (Bundeskanzler), 1927.
192. Shuster, George N., 1945, 1959.
193. Simmons, Ernest J., 1944.
194. Simons, Hans, 1941, 1955-1972.
195. Smend, R., 1966.
196. Social Research, 1942, 1977, 1982.
197. Speier, Hans, 1977.
198. Srubar, Ilja, 1983.
199. Stadelmayer, Peter, 1966.
200. Staehle, Hans, 1946, 1950.
201. Staudinger, Hans, 1950, 1961-1962, 1975.
202. Steiner, Herbert, 1966.
203. Stern, Fritz, 1967.
204. Stoessinger, John G., 1965.
205. Stourzh, Gerald, 1964-1978.
206. Strauss, Leo, 1943-1972.
207. Stuttgarter Zeitung (Robert Haerdter), 1960.
208. Swearingen, Victor C., 1946.
209. Tenbruck, Friedrich, 1973-1981.
210. Thompson, Kenneth W. (Rockefeller Foundation, University Press of America), 1957-1983.
211. Thompson, Wayne C., 1971-1978.
212. Timasheff, Nicholas S., 1953, 1967.
213. Unger, Frederich, 1944.
214. Universitas (H. Walter Bähr), 1966-1967.
215. The University of Chicago (C. Herman Pritchett), 1961.
216. University of Colorado (Leo C. Riethmayer), 1961.
217. University of Denver (Josef Korbel), 1960-1961.
218. The University of Wisconsin, 1950.
219. Valle, Raymond, 1974.
220. Van Sickle, John V., 1941.
221. Vandenberg, Arthur, 1945.
222. Virally, M., 1961.
223. Voegelin, Erich, 1941-1946.
224. Volwiler, A. T., 1944.
225. von Fritz, Kurt, 1945-1980.
226. Waber, Leopold, 1927.
227. Walsh, G. G. (Thought), 1944.
228. Watkins, James T. IV, 1957.
229. Welch, William, 1965, 1973.
230. Wertheimer, Egon, 1943.
231. White, Howard, 1972.
232. Wild, Payton S., 1939.
233. Willcox, Walter F., 1956-1957.
234. Willkie, Wendell L., 1944.
236. Wilson, Francis G., 1943-1962.
237. Wolfers, Arnold, 1957-1962.
238. Wyzanski, Charles E. Jr., 1946.
239. Zernatto, Riccarda, 1967-1968.


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Series 3: Published and unpublished writings by Erich Hula, 1924-1984
Sub-series 1: Writings in German, 1924-1938

Box 3
Folder

1. "Von Monroe bis Coolidge." Periodical issue (Der oesterreichische Volkswirt), Jan. 4, 1924.
2. "Juristenzeitung. Zur Rechtsprechung der Geschwornengerichte." Clipping, Jan. 23, 1924.
3. "Popper-Lynkens und das Problem der Strafe." Periodical issue (Gerichts-Zeitung), June 1924.
4. "Zum neuen Parteiprogramm der österreichischen Sozialdemokratie." Clipping, 1926.
5. "Gegen den Ständerat." Periodical issue (Der oesterreichische Volkswirt), September 25, 1926.
6. "Demokratie. Zur Diskussion des Soziologentages." Periodical issue (Der oesterreichische Volkswirt), Oct. 30, 1926.
7. "Wandlungen im Wahlrechtsproblem. Listenwahlen und Freiheit." Clipping, Dec. 31, 1926.
8. Publications, 1927.
9. "Der Kampf gegen Proporz." Reprints, Jan. 1, 1927.
10. "Die staatsrechtliche Durchführung des Anschlusses Oesterreichs an das Deutsche Reich. Eine neue Schrift Professor Kelsens." Clipping, Mar. 16, 1927.
11. "Alkoholfrage und Politik in Amerika. Die rechtlichen Probleme der Prohibition." Clipping, Aug. 14, 1929.
12. "Deutscher und englischer Parlamentarismus." Reprints, 1932.
13. "Die amerikanische Präsidentenwahl." Typescript of radio talk, June 1932.
14. "Die Revision der Pariser Friedensverträge." Typescript of radio talk, Nov. 1932.
15. "Kriegsschulden und Reparationen." Typescript of radio talk, Dec. 1932.
16. "Ein Präzedenzfall des deutsch-österreichischen Zollunionpaktes. Das französisch-belgische Zollunionsprojekt von 1841." Typescript, undated
17. "Der amerikanische Senat. Sein Einfluss auf die innere und äussere Politik der Vereinigten Staaten." Typescript, undated
18. "Wahlreform?" Typescript, undated
19. "Ständische Verfassungsreform." Periodical issue (Mitteilungen des Verbandes österreichischer Banken und Bankiers), Dec. 1933.
20. Arbeiterkammer leaflets (2), authored by Hula, 1934.
21. "Die autoritären Elemente in der neuen österreichischen Verfassung." Periodical issue (Mitteilungen des Verbandes österreichischer Banken und Bankiers), July 1934.
22. "Georges Sorel." Clipping, July 1, 1934.
23. "Georges Sorel und die Arbeiterbewegung." Clipping, July 8, 1934.
24. "Roosevelts Wiederaufbaugesetzgebung und der Oberste Gerichtshof." Co-authored by J. A. C. Grant. Periodical issue (Oesterreichische Anwalts-Zeitung), Oct. 20, 1934.
25. "Berufsständische Ordnung und Gewerkschaft." Clipping, Dec. 4, 1934.
26. "Der faschistische Korporativstaat." Typescript and offprint, Mar. 27, 1935.
27. "Arbeitsstreitigkeiten." Typescript of lecture, Mar. 27, 1935.
28. "Die korporative Organisation." Typescript of lecture, September 27, 1935.
29. "Arbeiter- und Angestelltenfragen. Der Februar wird liquidiert." Clipping, May 5, 1935.
30. "Roosevelt und seine Richter." Clipping, June 8, 1935.
31. "Arbeiter- und Angestelltenfragen. Die Genfer Arbeitskonferenz." Clipping, July 7, 1935.
32. "Das Verfahren in Genf." Clipping, September 24, 1935.
33. "Das englische Kabinettsystem in nationalsozialistischer Beleuchtung." Clipping, Oct. 20, 1935.
34. "England – ein parlamentarischer Staat?" Periodical issue (Der oesterreichische Volkswirt), Nov. 2, 1935.
35. "Gesamtarbeitsverträge." Typescript, 1936.
36. "Charles Mauras und die Aktion Française." Clipping, Jan. 4, 1936.
37. "Grundfragen der Schlichtung." Clipping, Feb. 12, 1936.
38. "Völkerbundesreform." Clipping, June 20, 1936.
39. "Die Genfer Arbeitskonferenz." Clipping, July 1, 1936.
40. "Jugend in Not – Staat in Not." Clipping, September 6, 1936.
41. "Die Verfassung gewinnt Leben." Clipping, September 15, 1936.
42. "Spanien und Europa im Blickfeld eines politischen Sehers." Periodical issue (Monatsschrift für Kultur und Politik), Nov. 1936.
43. "Der Sieg der Tradition." Clipping, Dec. 13, 1936.
44. "Berufständische Schlichtung im Gewerbe." Clipping, Apr. 10, 1937.
45. "Die berufständischen Ausschüsse." Clipping, June 4, 1937.
46. "Neue Handelskommen." Clipping, June 9, 1937.
47. "Das neue Handelskammerngesetz I, II." Clipping, July 7, 1937.
48. "Die Tätigkeit der steierischen Arbeiterkammer im Vorjahr." Clipping, July 21, 1937.
49. "Konsumentenschutz." Clipping, Aug. 14, 1937.
50. "Berufsständische Selbstverwaltung." Clipping, Dec. 18, 1937.
51. "Die freien Berufe in der berufsständischen Ordnung." Clipping, Dec. 19, 1937.
52. "Die berufständische Organisation der freien Berufe." Clipping, Jan. 1938.
53. "Das Wirtschaftsjahr 1938." Clipping, Feb. 1938.
54. Untitled lecture. Typescript, Apr. 7, 1938.
55. "Rechtsstaat." Typescript, undated (1938).


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Series 3: Published and unpublished writings by Erich Hula, 1924-1984
Sub-series 2: Writings, primarily in English; reviews, 1939-1984

Box 4
Folder

1. "Rise and Decline of European Socialism." Typescript, 1939.
2. "The Corporative Experiment in Austria." Proofs, photocopy, Feb. 1939.
3. "Constitutional and Administrative Readjustments." Proofs, reprint, May 1939.
3a. "The European Neutrals." Reprint, May 1940.
4. "Control of the Conquered." Proofs, reprint, May 1941.
5. "Justice and Power." Periodical issue (The Voice of Austria), June 1941.
6. "Empire or Commonwealth?" Periodical issue (The Voice of Austria), July 1941.
7. "Limits of National Self-Determination." Periodical issue (The Voice of Austria), September 1941.
8. "Nation and State." Periodical issue (The Voice of Austria), Oct. 1941.
9. "The Chimera of the National State." Periodical issue (The Voice of Austria), Nov. 1941.
10. "Pan Americanism: Its Utopian and Realistic Elements." Book chapter, 1942.
11. "Problems of Federal Organization." Typescript (carbon), ca. 1942.
12. "Manifesto on the War." Periodical issue (The Commonweal), special issue, Aug. 21, 1942.
13. "A General European Union: Critical Survey of Contemporary Projects." Typescript, September 1942.
14. "National Self-Determination Reconsidered." Reprints, Feb. 1943.
15. "Problems of International Organization." Reprint, September 1943.
16. "Exchange of Populations. Reader Doubts Value as Remedy for Excessive Nationalism." Clipping, Feb. 16, 1944.
17. "The Nationalities Policy of the Soviet Union." Reprints, May 1944. Also revised version for a paper, 1951.
18. "The Dumbarton Oaks Proposals." Reprints, May 1945.
18a. "Punishment for War Crimes." Reprint, March 1946.
19. "The Revival of the Idea of Punitive War." Reprints, September 1946.
20. "Views on Nuremberg." Co-authored with Hans Morgenthau, Moorhouse F.X. Millar. Periodical issues (America), Dec. 7, 1946.
21. Talks given at the New School for Social Research. Typescripts, 1948-1950.
22. de los Rios funeral speech. Typescript, 1949.
23. "Sir Bernard Pares." Clipping, May 9, 1949.
24. "Four Years of the United Nations." Clipping, Dec. 1949.
25. Alvin Johnson tribute. Typescript, Dec. 18, 1949.
26. "Uniting for Peace Resolution." Mimeo., Nov. 3, 1950.
27. "Karl Renner: His Life and His Work." Typescript, mimeo., Jan. 18, 1951.
27a. "On the Law of the United Nations." Reprint, 1951.
28. "Laws of War." Typescript, 1952.
29. "The Living and the Written Charter of the United Nations." Grant application, typescript, Feb. 8, 1954.
30. "Revision of the United Nations Charter. A Research Project I-XX." Typescript, 1954-1955.
31. "Revision of the United Nations Charter. A Research Project XXI-XXXVI." Typescript, 1954-1955.
32. "Arnold Brecht's Contribution to Comparative Government and International Relations." Clipping, Spring 1954.
33. "The Bricker Amendment." Typescript, ca. 1954.
34. "Boris Mirkine-Guetzévitch, 1892-1955." Typescript, Autumn 1955.
35. "Studies in the Law and Politics of the United Nations." Typescript, Nov. 1955.
36. Canadian lectures. Typescripts, 1955.
37-39. "The Korean War. A Case Study in Collective Security." Introduction, chapters 1-4. Typescript, unpub., ca. 1956.
40. "Fundamentals of Collective Security." Proofs, reprints, Spring 1957.
41. "A Design for a charter of the G.I.O." Typescript, undated
42. "Comments on Problem IX: The Dumbarton Oaks Proposals: Economic and Social Cooperation." Typescript, undated
43. "The Question of Russian Objectives." Typescript, published version, 1958.
44. "The Practical Uses of Theory" (with Hans Jonas, Solomon E. Asch, Adolph Lowe). Reprint, Summer 1959.
45. "United Nations." Clippings, 1960.
46. "The United Nations in Crisis." Proofs, reprint, Winter 1960.
47. German version: "Krise in den Vereinten Nationen." Reprint, May 1961.
48. Spanish version: "Las Naciones Unidas en crisis: dos versiones. II." Reprint, July-September 1961.
49. "Weltregiment, Universalität und Machtpolitik." Clipping, Apr. 21, 1960.
50. "Fünfzehn Jahre Vereinte Nationen." Reprints, Oct. 1960.
51. "Hans Simons." Reprint, May 29, 1961.
52. "The United Nations in the Congo." Reprints, 1962.
53. "Weltregiment und Weltpolitik im 20. Jahrhundert." Reprints, 1963.
54. Untitled typescript [Arnold Brecht's 80th birthday, January 26, 1964].

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1. "The United States and the United Nations." Reprints, 1966.
2. "Recht und Politik in den Vereinten Nationen." Reprints, 1966.
3. "In memoriam: Otto Kirchheimer, 1905-1965." Reprints, Spring 1966.
4. "Guido Zernatto." Typescript, Feb. 1, 1968.
5. "Weltregiment und Weltpolitik heute." Reprints, Aug. 1968.
6. "Austrian Legal and Political Thought in the United States." Typescript, Dec. 5, 1968.
7. "Otto Kirchheimer. An Introduction to His Life and Work" (written with John H. Herz). Reprints, 1969.
8. "Problems of Minorities." Outline, typescript, 1971.
9. "Should the Promotion of Democracy be the Primary Purpose of American Foreign Policy?" Typescript, 1971.
10. "Sovereignty Under Attack." Typescript, 1971.
11. "A General European Union: Critical Survey of Contemporary Projects." Typescript, 1971.
12. "Leo Strauss." Typescript, Oct. 18, 1974.
13. "Howard White 1912-1974." Typescript, Apr. 11, 1975.
14. "Arnold Brecht 1884-1977." Reprint, typescript, Winter 1977.
15. "Ein Grusswort aus New York" [Ossip Flechtheim]. Typescript, 1978.
16. "Fifty Years of International Government. Reflexions on the League of Nations and the United Nations." Typescript, 1978.
17. "The United Nations." Introduction, notes to unpublished study, 1978.
18-19. "The United Nations." Part One. Typescripts, 1978.
20. "The Third United Nations." Typescript, dated Jan. 31, 1978.
21. "Current Trends in International Law. A Critical Re-examination in Legal, Political and Sociological Terms." Outline, May 30, 1983.

Folders 22-28: Nationalism and Internationalism: European and American Perspectives, 1984.
22. Introduction, notes. Typescripts.
23. Preliminary pages. Proofs, copies.
24. Published book, 1984.
25. Photocopy of book.
26. Fordham University Press (H. George Fletcher). Correspondence concerning reprinting of texts.
27. University Press of America. Correspondence concerning publication of book.
28. Thompson, Kenneth W. Correspondence, 1980-1984.

Folders 29-150: Reviews by Erich Hula, 1924-1984
29. Nawiasky, Hans. Die Zukunft der politischen Parteien (1924).
30. Koellreutter, Otto. Die politischen Parteien im modernen Staate (1926).
31. von den Steinen, Wolfram. Heilige und Helden des Mittelalters (1926).
32. Müller-Meinigen, Ernst. Parlamentarismus. Betrachtungen, Lehren und Erinnerungen aus deutschen Parlamenten (1927).
33. Sait, E. M. American Parties and Elections (1927).
34. Heller, Hermann. Die politische Ideenkrise der Gegenwart (1927).
35. Bernhard, Hasn Anton. Das parlamentarische Wahlrecht (1927).
36. Schlesinger, Martin Ludwig. Das bolschewistische Rußland (1927).
37. Michels, Robert. Bedeutende Männer. Charakterologische Studien (1927).
38. Michels, Robert. Soziologie als Gesellschaftswissenschaft (1927).
39. Michels, Robert. Sittlichkeit in Ziffern? Kritik der Moralstatistik (1928).
40. Michels, Robert. Die Verelendungstheorie. Studien und Untersuchungen zur internationalen Dogmengeschichte der Volkswirtschaft (1928).
41. Aris, Reinhold. Die Staatslehre Adam Müllers in ihrem Verhältnis zur deutschen Romantik (1929).
42. Aulard, A. et B. Mirkine-Guetzévitch. Les déclarations des droits de l'homme (1929).
43. Herring, E. P. Group Representation before Congress (1929).
44. Hedlam-Morley, Agnes. The new democratic constitutions of Europe (1929).
45. Kantorowicz, Hermann. Der Geist der evangelischen Politik und das Gespenst der Einkreisung Deutschlands (1929).
46. Kircher, Rudolf. Wie's die Engländer machen. Politik, Gesellschaft und Literatur im demokratisierten England (1929).
47. Michels, Robert. Der Patriotismus. Prolegomena zu seiner soziologischen Analyse (1929).
48. Mirkine-Getzewitsch, B. Die Rechtstheoretischen Grundlagen des Sowjetstaates (1929).
49. Der Geist der englischen Politik und das Gespenst der Einkreisung Deutschlands (1930).
50. Alessandri, Arturo. Parlementarisme et Régime Présidentiel. Evolution constitutionelle, internationale, financière et sociale du Chili (1930).
51. Irwin, Will. Herbert Hoover. Biographische Erinnerungen (1930).
52. Koellreutter, Otto. Der englisches Staat der Gegenwart und das britische Weltreich (1930).
53. Lambert, Jacques. Histoire Constitutionelle de l'Union Américaine (1930).
54. Huber, Ernst Rudolf. Das Deutsche Reich als Wirtschaftsstaat (1931).
55. Métall, R.A. Das Schrifttum zur österreichischen Bundesverfassung 1920-1930 (1931).
56. Mirkine-Guetzévitch, B. Les Constitutions de l'Europe Nouvelle (1930).
57. Ribbeck, Hans Georg von. Kaiser, Reichspräsident und U.S.A.-Präsident (1930).
58. Jennings, W. Ivor. Principles of Local Government Law (1931).
59. Mirkine-Guetzévitch, B. Les Nouvelles Tendances du Droit Constitutionnel (1931).
60. Feiler, Arthur. Das Experiment des Bolschewismus (1931).
61. Fleiner, Fritz. Unitarismus und Föderalismus in der Schweiz und in den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika (1931).
62. Schlottmann, Rudolf. Die Verfassungen Englands, Nordamerikas, Frankreichs, der Schweiz, Deutschlands in objektiver Darstellung, deutschen Verfassungstexten und ausländischer Kritik (1931).
63. Kaisenberg, Georg. Die Wahl zum Reichstag. Führer für die Reichstagswahlen (1931).
64. Lötschert, Hugo. Der Völkerbund im Unterricht; Der Volkerbund (1931).
65. Röder, Hans Fritz. Parteien und Parteienstaat in Deutschland (1931).
66. van Calker, Fritz. Wesen und Sinn der politischen Parteien (1931).
67. Braunias, Karl. Das parlamentaische Wahlrecht (1932).
68. Beer, Max. Die Reise nach Genf (1932).
69. Académie de droit international (1932).
70. Emerson, Rupert. State and Sovereignty in Modern Germany (1932).
71. Das parlamentarische Wahlrecht (1933).
72. Bibliothèque de l'Institut International de Droit Public (1933).
73. La Vie Juridique des Peuples (1933).
74. Bavaj, Amor. Il Principio Rappresentativo nella Stato Sovietico (1934).
75. Eschmann, Ernst Wilhelm. Der faschistische Staat in Italien (1934).
76. Matthias, Eugen. Amerikas Schicksal. Beobachtungen und Voraussagen eines Biologen im Hinblick auf europäische Verhältnisse (1934).
77. Mazzoni, Giuliano. L'Ordinamento Corporativo; Bartolotto, Guido. Politica Corporativa (1934).
78. Paresce, Enrico. Giorgio Sorel ed altri saggi (1934).
79. Pergolesi, Ferruccio. Istituzioni di Diritto Corporativo (1934).
80. Schmitz, Hans. Die Sozialpolitik im autoritären Staat (1934).
81. Schmitz, Richard. Der Weg zur berufsständischen Ordnung in Österreich (1934).
82. Weichs, Friedrich Freiherr von. Wie bauen wir den Ständesstaat? (1934).
83. Zahn, Johannes C.D. Wirtschaftsführertum und Vertragsethik im neuen Aktienrecht (1934).
84. Fanno, Marco. Introduzione allo Studio della Teoria Economica del Corporativismo (1935).
85. Hiller, Carl. Die Grundlagen des faschistischen Staates; Pitigliani, Fausto. The Italian Corporative State (1935).
86. Mangoldt, Hermann. Geschriebene Verfassung und Rechtssicherheit in den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika (1935).
87. Menzel, Adolf. Der Staatsgedanke des Fascismus. Eine geistesgeschichtliche Untersuchung (1935).
88. Meriggi, Lea. Faschismus und Recht (1935).
89. Nawiasky, Hans. Rechtsfragen des wirtschaftlichen Neuaufbaues (1935).
90. Savelkouls, Hermann. Das englische Kabinettsystem (1935).
91. Schramm, Edmund. Donoso Cortés. Leben und Werk eines spanischen Antiliberalen (1935).
92. Zanobini, Guido. Corso di Diritto Corporativo (1935).
93. Bagolini, Luigi. La Prima e la Seconda Dichiarazione della Carta del Lavoro (1937).
94. Romano, Edmondo. Le fonti e gli organi del diritto sindacale italiano; Benedetti, Ugo. Gli aspetti della nozione di 'azienda-impresa' nell'ordine corporativo (1937).
95. Venditti, Carlo. Principii di Diritto Corporativo (1937).
96. I 10 Anni della Carta del Lavoro (1938).
97. Asanger, Raimund. Beiträge zur Lehre vom Rechtsstaat im 19. Jahrhundert (1938).
98. Jöhr, Adolf Walter. Die ständische Ordnung. Geschichte, Idee und Neuaufbau (1938).
99. Jennings, W. Ivor. Parliament (1940).
100. Steiner, Arthur H. Government in Fascist Italy (1941).
101. Schuman, Frederick L. Night Over Europe. The Diplomacy of Nemesis, 1939-1940 (1941).
102. Hudson, Manley O. International Tribunals, Past and Future (1944).
103. Kohn, Hans. The Idea of Nationalism. A Study in its Origins and Background (1944).
104. Colegrove, Kenneth. The American Senate and World Peace (1945).
105. Timasheff, Nicholas S. The Great Retreat (1946).
106. Schechtman, Joseph B. European Population Transfers 1939-1945 (1946).
107. Binkley, Wilfred E. President and Congress (1947).
108. Goodrich, Leland M. and Edvard Hambro. Charter of the United Nations. Commentary and Documents (1947).
109. Glueck, Sheldon. The Nuremberg Trial and Aggressive War (1947).
110. Jessup, Philip C. A Modern Law of Nations. An Introduction (1948).
111. Kulischer, Eugene M. Europe on the Move. War and Population Changes, 1917-47 (1948).
112. Journey for Our Time. The Journals of the Marquis de Custine (1951).
112a. Kennan, George F. American Diplomacy, 1900-1950 (1951).
113. Mirkine-Guetzévitch, Boris. Les Constitutions Européennes (1952).
114. Smal-Stocki, Roman. The Nationality Problem of the Soviet Union and Russian Communist Imperialism (1953).
115. Kohn, Hans. Pan-Slavism: Its History and Ideology (1953).
116. Hiscocks, Richard. The Rebirth of Austria (1954).
117. Carr, Edward Hallett. The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923; Gurian, Waldemar (ed.). Soviet Imperialism – Its Origins and Tactics: A Symposium (1954).
118. Van Langenhove, Fernand. La Crise du Systeme de Securite Colletive des Nations Unies 1946-1957 (1958).
119. Die Internationale Politik 1955. Eine Einführung in das Geschehen der Gegenwart. Ed. Arnold Bergstraesser and Wilhelm Cornides (1959).
120. Graham, Robert A. Vatican Diplomacy. A Study of Church and State on the International Plane (1959).
121. Berber, Friedrich. Lehrbuch des Völkerrechts. I: Allgemeines Friedensrecht (1960).
122. Brecht, Arnold. Political Theory. The Foundations of Twentieth-Century Political Thought (1960).
123. Diamant, Alfred. Austrian Catholics and the First Republic. Democracy, Capitalism and the Social Order, 1918-1934 (1960).
124. Herz, John H. International Politics in the Atomic Age (1960).
125. Niebuhr, Reinhold. The Structure of Nations and Empires (1960/61).
126. Goodman, Elliot R. The Soviet Design for a World State (1961).
127. Völkerrecht und rechtliches Weltbild. Festschrift für Alfred Verdross (1962).
128. Clute, Robert E. The International Legal Status of Austria 1938-1955 (1962).
129. Ermacora, Felix. Der Minderheitenschutz in der Arbeit der Vereinten Nationen (1964).
130. Staatslexikon. Recht, Wirtschaft, Gesellschaft (1962-1971).
131. Kelsen, Hans. Reine Rechtslehre. Mit einem Anhang: Das Problem der Gerechtigkeit (1962).
132. Coste, René. Le Problème du Droit de Guerre dans la Pensée de Pie XII (1963).
133. Kaufmann, Erich. Der Staat in der Rechtsgemeinschaft der Völker (1963).
134. Christian Ethics and Nuclear Warfare. Ed. Ulrich S. Allers and William V. O'Brien (1964).
135. Clute, Robert E. The International Legal Status of Austria 1938-1955 (1964).
136. Lador-Lederer, J.J. International Non-Governmental Organizations and Economic Entities. A Study in Autonomous Organizations and Jus Gentium (1964).
137. Reibstein, Ernst. Völkerrecht. Eine Geschichte seiner Ideen in Lehre und Praxis (1965).
138. Inhalt, Wesen und gegenwärtige praktische Bedeutung des Selbstbestimmungsrechte der Völker. Vorträge und Aussprachen. Ed. Kurt Rabl (1965).
139. Herberichs, Gérard. Théorie de la Paix Selon Pie XII (1965).
140. Huter, Franz (ed.). Suedtirol. Eine Frage des Europäischen Gewissens (1966).
141. "Carl Schmitt's Concept of the Political" (1966).
142. Spengler, Erhard. Zur Frage des völkerrechtlich-gültigen Zustandekommens der deutsch-tschechoslowakischen Grenzenregelung von 1938 (1968).
143. Plessow, Utta. Neutralität und Assoziation mit der EWG. Dargestellt am Beispiel der Schweiz, Schwedens und Österreichs (1968).
144. Black, Cyril E., Richard A. Falk, Klaus Knorr, Oran R. Young. Neutralization and World Politics (1969).
145. Randelzhofer, Albrecht. Völkerrechtliche Aspekte des Heiligen Römischen Reiches nach 1648 (1971).
146. Rabl, Kurt. Die Völkerrechtsgrundlagen der Modernen Friedensordnung (1971).
147. Jahrbuch für Internationales Recht (1973).
148. Rabl, Kurt. Das Selbstbestimmungsrecht der Völker (1975).
149. Thompson, Kenneth W. American Diplomacy and Emerging Patterns (1983).
150. "[Kenneth] Thompson on Toynbee" (1984).


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Series 3: Published and unpublished writings by Erich Hula, 1924-1984
Sub-series 3: The Washington Center of Foreign Policy Research. Transcripts of Round Table meetings, September 26, 1957 – September 27, 1958

Participants: Arnold Wolfers, Roger Hilsman, James E. King Jr., Paul H. Nitze, William Lee Miller, Hans Speier, Erich Hula, Herbert S. Dinerstein, Charles Burton Marshall, William Welch, Klaus Mehnert, Hans Morgenthau and Robert C. Good).

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151. Correspondence between Hula and Arnold Wolfers, William Lee Miller, 1958, 1962.
152. Round table meeting, September 26, 1957 (Wolfers).
153. Round table meeting, Oct. 1, 1957 (Wolfers, Hilsman, King, Nitze, Miller).
154. Round table meeting, Oct. 10, 1957 (Hula, Nitze, Miller, Wolfers, Hilsman).
155. Round table meeting, Oct. 15, 1957 (Nitze).
156. Round table meeting, Oct. 24, 1957 (Hula, Miller, Nitze, Hilsman, Wolfers, King).
157. Round table meeting, Oct. 31, 1957 (Speier, King, Hula, Wolfers, Miller).
158. Round table meeting, Nov. 7, 1957 (King, Wolfers, Marshall, Hilsman).
159. Round table meeting, Nov. 21, 1957 (Miller, Nitze, Wolfers, Hilsman, Hula, King, Marshall).
160. Round table meeting, Dec. 5, 1957 (Dinerstein, Hilsman, Wolfers, Miller).
161. Round table meeting, Dec. 10, 1957 (Hula, Wolfers, Hilsman, Marshall).
162. Round table meeting, Jan. 7, 1958 (Wolfers, King, Nitze, Marshall, Hilsman).
163. Round table meeting, Jan. 16, 1958 (Nitze, Hilsman, Wolfers, King, Hula, Marshall, Bull).
164. Round table meeting, Jan. 23, 1958 (Marshall, Hula, Hilsman, Wolfers, Miller, King, Bull, Nitza).
165. Round table meeting, Feb. 4, 1958 (Miller, Marshall, Wolfers, Hula, Nitze, Hilsman, Welch).
166. Round table meeting, Feb. 12, 1958 (Welch, Miller, Wolfers, King, Hilsman, Nitze).
167. Round table meeting, Feb. 25, 1958 (Wolfers, Nitze, King, Miller, Thompson, Hula, Hilsman, Welch).
168. Round table meeting, Mar. 14, 1958 (Nitze, Marshall, Welch, Hilsman, Wolfers, Miller, King).
169. Round table meeting, Mar. 18, 1958 (Wolfers, Hula, Marshall, Miller, Nitze, King, Welch, Hilsman).
170. Round table meeting, Apr. 24, 1958 (Nitze, Wolfers, Hula, Marshall, King, Miller).
171. Round table meeting, May 1, 1958 (Mehnert, Wolfers, Nitze, Hilsman, King, Hula, Marshall).
172. Round table meeting, May 2, 1958 (Mehnert, Wolfers, Hula, King, Welch).
173. Round table meeting, May 22, 1958 (Wolfers, King, Miller, Welch, Hilsman).
174. Round table meeting, June 5, 1958 (Marshall, Hula, Wolfers, Nitze, Kng, Hilsman, Miller).
175. Round table meeting, September 27, 1958 (Wolfers, Hilsman, Morgenthau, Nitze, King, Miller, Good).
176. Wolfers, Arnold. "DeGaulle's Prospective Foreign Policy and the United States. A Memorandum." June 4, 1958.
177. Miller, William Lee. "An Interpretive Summary of the Consultation on 'Moral Responsibility and Nuclear Space Problems' of the National Council of Churches." Mar. 6, 1958.
178. Hula, Erich. "Flexible Law – Inflexible Ideology." undated
179. Hula, Erich. "The Question of Russian Objectives." undated


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Series 4: Course and Lecture Notes

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1. Diplomacy.
2. Examinations, 1966-1975.
3. Hans Kelsen.
4. International Labor Organization.
5-6. International Law.
7. International Law and Organizations.
8. International Law and the U.N.
9-10. International Organizations.
11. International Relations.
12. Intervention.
13. Jurisprudence.
14. Klemens von Klemperer.
15. League of Nations.
16. National Self-determination.
17. Socialist international law.
18. Soviet union.
19. Suez Canal.
20. U.N. Charter revisions.
21. U.N. Charter revisions – Article 1.
22. U.N. Charter revisions – Article 2.
23. U.N. Charter revisions – Articles 3-6.
24. U.N. Charter revisions – Articles 8-22.
25. U.N. Charter revisions – Articles 24-26.
26. U.N. Charter revisions – Articles 39-54.
27. U.N. Charter revisions – Articles 55-83.
28. U.N. Charter revisions – Articles 95-110.
29. Miscellaneous handwritten notes.


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1. America.
2. American history, 1643-1781.
3-4. American history and government.
5. American regionalism.
6. Arbitration.
7. The Bricker Amendment.
8. Canada
9-10. Crimes against peace.
11. Domestic jurisdiction
12. Draft covenant 1950.
13. Equality of nations.
14. European Economic Community / NATO.
15. European Integration.
16-17. Federalism.
18-19. Federalist.
20. Freedom of Association.
21. Freedom of Information.
22. Fundamentals of Reconstruction.
23. Human Rights.
24-25. Human Rights / Crisis.

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1-4. Imperial Russia.
5. International Bill of Rights.
6. International Capitalism and Administration.
7. International Criminal Law.
8-12. International Law.
13-17. International Law & International Organizations.

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1-4. International Organizations.
5-8. International Relations.
9. Interpretation problems.
10-11. Jurisprudence.
12-15. Kelsen / Kelsen Festschrift.
16. Law of the Land.
17-18. Laws of War.
19. League of Nations.
20-21. Majority principle.
22. Minorities.

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1. National Self-determination.
2. Nationalism.
3. Pan-Americanism.
4. Parliamentary government.
5. Peace Treaties (1947).
6-7. Political Economics.
8. Post-war peace.
9-11. Sovereignty under attack.
12-13. Treaties.
14. Typology of federal law.
15-22. United Nations.
23-24. United Nations Reenvisioned.
25. Völkerrecht.

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1-17. Reading notes.


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Series 6: Individual Author Files (reprints unless otherwise indicated)

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1. Abel, Reuben.
2. Ago, Roberto.
3. Akzin, Benjamin.
4. Almond, Gabriel A.
5. Anderson, William.
6. Apel, Karl-Otto. "Causal Explanation, Motivational Explanation, and Hermeneutical Understanding." Typescript.
7. Arbesmann, Rudolph.
8. Aronson, David.
9. Aronson, Moses J.
10. Ashcraft, Richard.
11. Aspaturian, Vernon V.
12. Aufricht, Hans.
13. Berger, Peter.
14. Bernays, Edward L.
15. Bernstein, Richard J. "Nietzsche or Aristotle? (Reflections on MacIntyre's After Virtue). Typescript, 1984.
16. Biermann, Benno.
17. Bloom, Alan D.
18. Bondy, Otto.
19. Borchard, Edwin M.
20. Brecht, Arnold. "Innere Landschaft. Lyrisches Vermächtnis." Typescript.
21. Brecht, Arnold. "Studies in Legal Philosophy. Ed. William R. Andersen" (review). Typescript, Dec. 1960.
22. Brecht, Arnold. Reprints.
23. Brecht, Arnold. Articles, clippings about.
24. Briggs, Herbert W.
25. Brzezinski, Zbigniew.
26. Burin, Frederic S.
27. Campbell, Blair.
28. Chai, Winberg.
29. Christoph, James B.
30. Clark, Grenville. Articles about.
31. Claude, Inis L. Jr.
32. Cobban, Alfred.
33. Cole, Taylor.
34. Cook, Thomas I.
35. Cornides, Wilhelm.
36. Coudenhove-Kalergi, Richard. Articles about.
37. Cropsey, Joseph.
38. Dean, Howard E.
39. De Grazia, Sebastian.
40. Diamond, Martin.
41. Domke, Martin.
42. Dowling, R. E.
43. Eagleton, Clyde.
44. Eckstein, Harry.
45. Einaudi, Manon Michels.
46. Engelmann, Frederick C.
47. Fairlie, John A.
48. Faulkner, Robert K.
49. Fetscher, Iring.
50. Field, G. Lowell.
51. Finer, S. E.
52. Fischer, Eric.
53. Fosdick, Dorothy.
54. Fraenkel, Ernst.
55. Frankel, Joseph.
56. Fried, John H. E.
57. Friedrich, Carl J.
58. Friesenhahn, Ernst. "Neuerliche Erwägungen zum politischen Eid." Typescript, 1978.
59. Friesenhahn, Ernst. Reprints.
60. Funke, Gerhard.
61. Gavre, Mark.
62. Ginsburgs, George.
63. Götz, Hans Herbert.
64. Goodhart, Arthur L.
65. Grabowsky, Adolf.
66. Grant, J. A. C.
67. Gross, Leo.
68. Gurian, Waldemar. "Der Vater des Bolschewismus und Faschismus? Georges Sorel." Typescript.
69. Haberler, Gottfried. "Fritz Machlup: In memoriam." Typescript.
70. Haberler, Gottfried. Reprints.
71. Hägele, Michael P.
72. Hallowell, John H.
73. Hartmann, Paul.
74. Heidenheimer, Arnold J.
75. Helson, Harry.
76. Henle, Mary.
77. Hennis, Wilhelm. "Germany: The Lawmaker and the German University." Typescript, 1977.
78. Hennis, Wilhelm. Reprints.
79. Hentschel, Rolf.
80. Hermens, Ferdinand A.
81. Hertz, Wilhelm G.
82. Herz, John H.
83. Hexner, Ervin P.

Box 13
Folder

1. Hoffmann, Ross.
2. Holsti, Ole R.
3. Horvath, Barna. Reprints.
4. Horvath, Barna. Reviews by.
5. Horvath, Barna. Articles about.
6. Houghton, Neal D.
7. Houn, Franklin W.
8. Hucker, Charles O.
9. Hula, Annemarie.
10. Huntington, Samuel P.
11. Jaffa, Harry V. "Abraham Lincoln and the American Creed." Typescript, 1950.
12. Jaffa, Harry V. Reprints.
13. Jenks, C. Wilfred.
14. Jessup, Philip C.
15. Johnson, Alvin. Articles about.
16. Jonas, Hans. "Heidegger and Theology." Typescript, mimeo.
17. Jonas, Hans. "Jewish and Christian Elements in the Western Philosophical Tradition." Typescript, undated
18. Jonas, Hans. Reprints.
19. Kann, Robert A.
20. Kariel, Henry S.
21. Kaufmann, Felix.
22. Kempner, Robert M. W.
23. Kendall, Willmore.
24. Kenney, Charles D.
25. Kennington, Richard.
26. Kirchheimer, Otto.
27. Kissinger, Henry.
28. Klein, Fritz.
29. Klein, Jacob. "On the Nature of Nature." Typescript, mimeo., 1969.
30. Kohn, Hans.
31. Kohn, Walter S. G.
32. Kolnai, Aurel.
33. Koyré, Alexandre.
34. Kunz, Josef L. Editorials from The American Journal of International Law, 1945-1952.
35. Kunz, Josef L. Reprints, 1941-1949.
36. Kunz, Josef L. Reprints, 1950-1960.
37. Kunz, Josef L. Articles about.
38. Landynski, Jacob.
39. Larmore, Charles. "Political Neutrality: On Liberalism and the State." Typescript.
40. Legaz y Lacambra, Luis.
41. Leibholz, Gerhard.
42. Lemarchand, René.
43. Levitan, David M.
44. Lewis, Ewart.
45. Lewy, Guenther.
46. Loewenberg, Gerhard.
47. Loewenstein, Karl.
48. Löwith, Karl.
49. Losonczy, Stephan.
50. Lowe, Adolph. "Conflicting Paradigms in Economics. A Self-Critique." Typescript.
51. Lowe, Adolph. "Inflation and Social Distribution." Typescript.
52. Lowe, Adolph. Reprints.
53. Lowenthal, David.
54. Luckmann, Benita. "Alfred Schutz and Aron Gurwitsch at the New School." Typescript.
55. Luckmann, Benita. "New School Varianten der Rueckkehr aus Exil und Emigration." Typescript.
56. Luckmann, Benita. Reprints.
57. Luckmann, Thomas.
58. Ludz, Peter Christian. "Thomas S. Kuhns Paradigmathese: Eine ideologiekritische Untersuchung." Typescript.
59. Ludz, Peter C. Reprints.
60. Macdonald, R. St. J.
61. Macmahon, Arthur W.
62. Manner, George.
63. Mason, Alpheus Thomas.
64. Matthiesen, Ulf. "Im Schatten einer endlosen großen Zeit. Etappen der intellektuellen Biographie Albert Salomons." Typescript, 1986.
65. Mays, Wolfe.
66. McCloskey, Robert G.
67. McClosky, Herbert.
68. McCoy, Charles N. R.
69. McKenna, Joseph C.
70. Merkl, Adolf. Die Lehre von der Rechtskraft (1923).
71. Merkl, Adolf. Reprints.

Box 14
Folder

1. Métall, Rudolf Aládar.
2. Meyer, Hans.
3. Mises, Ludwig von. "Epistemological Relativism in the Sciences of Human Action." Typescript, 1959.
4. Mises, Ludwig von. Reprints.
5. Moór, Julius.
6. Morgenthau, Hans J. "Preface to a Political Theory of Foreign Aid." Typescript.
7. Morgenthau, Hans J. "The Real Issue Between the United States and the Soviet Union." Typescript, 1962.
8. Morgenthau, Hans J. Reprints, 1938-1949.
9. Morgenthau, Hans J. Reprints, 1950-1954.
10. Morgenthau, Hans J. Reprints, 1955-1959.
11. Morgenthau, Hans J. Reprints, 1960-1964, undated.
12. Morgenthau, Hans J. Reprints, clippings, 1965-1977.
13. Morgenthau, Hans J. Articles about.
14. Morris, Bernard.
15. Morstein-Marx, Fritz.
16. Moslar, Hermann.
17. Mosely, Philip E.
18. Neal, Fred Warner.
19. Nef, John Ulric.
20. Neisser, Hans P.
21. Nelson, Benjamin.
22. Nenning, Günther.
23. Neunreither, Karlheinz.
24. Nicolaysen, Gert.
25. Niebuhr, Reinhold. "The Limits of Principle in International Politics: Necessity and the New Balance of Power." Typescript, undated
26. Niebuhr, Reinhold. "The Moral Question in International Relations." Typescript, undated
27. Niebuhr, Reinhold. "The Ultimate Validity and the Ideological Distortions of Moral Concepts in International Politics." Typescript, undated
28. Odložilík, Otakar.
29. Oppenheim, Felix E.
30. Osgood, Robert E.
31. Padgett, L. Vincent.
32. Padover, Saul K.
33. Palmer, Norman D.
34. Pangle, Thomas L.
35. Pauli, Hertha. Articles about.
36. Pauli, Wolfgang. Articles about.
37. Peffer, Nathaniel.
38. Pekelis, Alexander H.
39. Pennock, J. Roland.
40. Pitkin, Hanna.
41. Plöchl, Willibald M.
42. Pollaczek, Gustav.
43. Pollis, Adamantia.
44. Pritchett, C. Hermann.
45. Rae, Douglas W.
46. Resnik, Solomon.
47. Rie, Robert.
48. Riedelford, Manfred. "Transcendental Politics? Legitimate Domination and the Concept of Civil Society in Kant." Typescript.
49. Riley, Patrick.
50. Roche, John P.
51. Rogers, Lindsay.
52. Rolin, Henri E. A. M.
53. Rommen, Heinrich.
54. Rosinski, Herbert.
55. Rustow, Dankwart A.
56. Sack, Alexander N.
57. Salomon, Albert.
58. Sasse, Christoph.
59. Saveth, Edward N.
60. Schaefer, Morris. "The Nineteenth-Century Concept of Non-Civilized States in International Law." Typescript, 1950.
61. Schapiro, J. Salwyn.
62. Schenk, Josef.
63. Schindler, Dietrich.
64. Schluchter, Wolfgang. "Beyond Scientific Rationality? On the Relationship between Religion and Science in the Modern World." Typescript, 1982.
65. Schmitt, Carl.
66. Schubert, Glendon A. Jr.
67. Schürmann, Reiner. "Legislation-Transgression: Strategies and Counter-Strategies in the Transcendental Justification of Norms." Typescript, 1984.
68. Schürmann, Reiner. "Philosophical Anti-Humanism: Marx, Nietzsche, Heidegger." Typescript, undated

Box 15
Folder

1. Schuller-Mintz, Ilse. "Erklaerende Bemerkungen zur Abschrift der Autobiographischen Notizen meines Vaters, Richard Schuller." Typescript.
2. Schuller-Mintz, Ilse. "Richard Schuller. Autobiographische Aufzeichnungen, II. Teil, 1918-1953." Typescript.
3. Schuller-Mintz, Ilse. "Richard Schuller. Autobiographische Aufzeichnungen, II. Teil. Fortsetzung." Typescript.
4. Schutz, Alfred. "Symbol, Reality and Society." Typescript, undated
5. Schutz, Alfred. "Equality and the Meaning Structure of the Social World." Typescript, 1955.
6. Schwab, George.
7. Schwarzenberger, George.
8. Schwelb, Egon. Reprints, 1954-1964.
9. Schwelb, Egon. Reprints, 1965-1972.
10. Schwerin, Kurt.
11. Secher, Herbert P.
12. Shklar, Judith N.
13. Simon, Walter M.
14. Simons, Hans. Articles about.
15. Singer, J. David.
16. Smith, Jonathan Z. "A Report to the President on the Opportunities for Undergraduate Liberal Arts Programs at the New School for Social Research." Typescript, 1984.
17. Smith, Maynard.
18. Sohn, Louis B.
19. Sorel, Georges. Articles about.
20. Speier, Hans.
21. Spiegelberg, Herbert.
22. Staudinger, Hans. Articles about.
23. Stein, Harold.
24. Stourzh, Gerald.
25. Strauss, Leo.
26. Strauss, Leo. Articles about.
27. Strisower, Leo.
28. Sulzbach, Walter.
29. Sumberg, Theodore A.
30. Swisher, Carl B.
31. Tammelo, Ilmar.
32. Taylor, Philip B. Jr.
33. Tenbruck, Friedrich H. "'Science as a Vocation' – Revisited." Typescript, 1973.
34. Tenbruck, Friedrich H. "Die Soziologie vor der Geschichte." Typescript, mimeo., 1973.
35. Tenbruck, Friedrich H.
36. Thompson, Kenneth W. "The Charter of the United Nations: Realities and Review." Typescript, 1955.
37. Thompson, Kenneth W.
38. Thompson, Wayne C. "The Politics of Kurt Riezler." Typescript, 1973.
39. Thompson, Wayne C. Sections of book on Riezler. Typescript.
40. Timasheff, N. S.
41. Tinder, Glenn.
42. Türcke, Kurt Egon Freiherr von.
43. Vagts, Alfred. "Die Chimäre des europäischen Gleichgewichts." Typescript, 1942.
44. Vagts, Alfred.
45. Vambery, Rustem.
46. van Langenhove, F.
47. van Well, Günther.
48. Verdross, Alfred.
49. Vile, M. J. C.
50. Vishniak, Mark.
51. Voegelin, Erich.
52. von Fritz, Kurt.
53. Walter, E. V.
54. Watson, Richard A.
55. Wechsberg, Joseph.
56. Wegner, Arthur.
57. Weinberg, Albert K.

Box 16
Folder

1. Welch, William. "Kaplan's 'System and Process of International Politics'." Typescript, 1958.
2. Welch, William.
3. Weyr, Franz.
4. White, Howard B.
5. Whyte, William Foote.
6. Wolin, Sheldon S.
7. Wolk, Stuart R.
8. Woodward, Beverly. "Reason, Nonviolence, and Global Legal Change." Typescript, 1973.
9. Woolsey, Lester H.
10. Wright, Quincy.
11. Zernatto, Guido.

Folders 12-44: Hans Kelsen publications, secondary materials.
12. Hauptprobleme der Staatsrechtslehre, 1911.
13. Die Verfassungsgesetze der Republik Deutschösterreich. Erster Teil, 1919.
14. Die Verfassungsgesetze der Republik Deutschösterreich. Zweiter Teil, 1919.
15. Die Verfassungsgesetze der Republik Deutschösterreich. Dritter Teil, 1919.
16. Die Verfassungsgesetze der Republik Österreich. Vierter Teil, 1920.
17. Die Verfassungsgesetze der Republik Österreich. Fünfter Teil, 1922.
18. Das Problem der Souveränität und die Theorie des Völkerrechts. Beitrag zu einer reinen Rechtslehre, 1920.
19. Sander, Fritz. Rechtsdogmatik oder Theorie der Rechtserfahrung? Kritische Studie zur Rechtslehre Hans Kelsens, 1921.
20. Rechtswissenschaft und Recht. Erledigung eines Versuchs zur Überwindung der "Rechtsdogmatik";, 1922.
21. Österreichisches Staatsrecht. Ein Grundriss entwicklungsgeschichtlich dargestellt, 1923.
22. Unrecht und Unrechtsfolge im Völkerrecht, 1932.
23. "Reichsgesetz und Landesgesetz nach österreichischer Verfassung", 1913.
24. "Rechtsstaat und Staatsrecht", 1913.
25. "Die staatsrechtliche Durchführung des Anschlusses Österreichs an das Deutsche Reich", 1927.
26. "Verfassungsreform in Österreich", 1929.
27. "Zollunion und Völkerrecht", Apr. 24, 1931.
28. "Wer soll der Hüter der Verfassung sein?", Aug. 1931.
29. "Extrait. La Justice Platonicienne", Nov./Dec. 1932.
30. "Das Urteil des Staatsgerichtshofs vom 25. Oktober 1932", Nov./Dec. 1932.
31. "Die platonische Liebe", 1933.
32. "The Law as a Specific Social Technique", Dec. 1941.
33. "The Old and the New League. The Covenant and the Dumbarton Oaks Proposal", Jan. 1945.
34. "The Legal Status of Germany According to the Declaration of Berlin", July 1945.
35. "Reine Rechtslehre und Egologische Theorie. Antwort auf: Calos Cossio, Egologische Theorie und Reine Rechtslehre, eine vorläufige Bilanz von Kelsens Besuch in Argentinien", 1953.
36. "Foundations of Democracy", Oct. 1955.
37. "Eine 'Realistische' und die Reine Rechtslehre. Bemerkungen zu Alf Ross: On Law and Justice", 1959.
38. "What is the Pure Theory of Law?", 1960.
39. "Plato and the Doctrine of Natural Law", 1960.
40. "Zur Frage des praktischen Syllogismus", May 1968.
41. Kelsen, Hans. Articles about.
42. Kelsen, Hans. Reviews of writings.
43. Hans Kelsen zum 85. Geburtstag. Special issue of Neues Forum, XIII, No. 154 (Oct. 1966).
44. Kelsen, Hans. Obituaries, memorial addresses, 1973.


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Series 7: Subject Files

Box 17
Folder

1. Abortion.
2. Adams, John (and family).
3. Adenauer, Konrad
4. Africa, especially South Africa.
5. Aggression.
6. Algeria.
7. America, literature on.
8. American education.
9. American foreign policy.
10. American foreign policy, 1954.
11. American government.
12. American literature.
13. The American Society of International Law, Study Group on the Draft Articles on the Law of Treaties. Memoranda, reports, Dec. 3, 1965 – Oct. 8, 1966.
14. Americans, famous.
15. Angola.
16. Anthropology.
17. Art, general.
18. Arms control.
19. Australia.
20-21. Austria and Austrians.

Box 18
Folder

1. Baroque.
2. Belgium.
3. Blacks / Segregation.
4. The Bricker Amendment.
5. British Commonwealth.
6. British literature.
7. Broadcasting – radio and television.
8. Calhoun, John C.
9. Canada / Canadians
10. Canon law
11. Capitalism.
12-14. Catholic Church.
15. China (Communist)
16. China (Taiwan)
17. Church vs. State / Federal Aid to Education
18. C.I.A.
19. Collective Security
20. Common law
21. Communism.
22. Computers.
23. Congo.
24. Crime / Penal reform.
25. Cuba
26. Czechoslovakia.
27. Democracy.
28. Diplomacy.
29. Dumbarton Oaks.

Box 19
Folder

1. Economics.
2. Egypt.
3. Electoral process / voting.
4. Émigrés.
5. Equal Rights Amendment.
6. European Defense Community.
7. European Union / Common Market.
8. Fascism.
9. Federalism.
10. France.
11. Frankfurt School / Institute for Social Research.
12. French literature.
13. German literature.
14. Germany, 1918-1933.
15. Germany, East.
16. Germany, West.
17-18. Great Britain.
19. Greece.
20. Hammarskjold, Dag.
21. Heuss, Theodor.
22. Higher education.
23. Hijacking.
24. History, general.

Box 20
Folder

1. Human Rights.
2. Hungary.
3. Impeachment.
4. India.
5. Indonesia.
6. Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance.
7. International Labor Organization.
8. Ireland.
9. Israel.
10. Italy.
11. Japan.
12. Journalism.
13. Judaism / Jewish topics.
14. Kant.
15. Kissinger, Henry.
16. Korea.
17. Labor.
18. Language / Semantics.
19. Latin America.
20. Law, American.
21. Law, Dutch.
22. Law, German.
23-25. Law, International.

Box 21
Folder

1. League of Nations.
2. Liberalism.
3. Lincoln, Abraham.
4. The Manilla Pact.
5. Marx, Karl.
6. Metternich.
7. Middle Ages (England).
8. Middle East.
9. Mormons.
10. Multinationals.
11. Music.
12. National Socialism.
13. Nationalism.
14. NATO.
15. Naval power.
16. Neutrality.
17. New math.
18. New School for Social Research. Announcements, memos, 1939-1984.
19. New School for Social Research. Clippings.
20. New York City.
21. New Zealand.
22. Norway.
23. Nuremberg trials / war crimes.
24. Old Testament / New Testament.
25. Organization of American States.
26. Panama.
27. Papacy.
28. Peace – War.
29. Philippines.
30. Philosophy.

Box 22
Folder

1. Plato.
2. Poland.
3. Political science.
4. Politics, general.
5. Pornography.
6. Portugal.
7. Presidency / Presidential power.
8. Psychology / Psychoanalysis.
9. Religion, general / comparative.
10. Rhodesia.
11. Rome, Ancient.
12. Science, general.
13. Scotland.
14. SEATO.
15. Slovenia.
16. Socialism.
17. Sociology.
18. Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr.
19. South America.
20-21. Soviet Union.
22. Spain.
23. Spanish literature.
24. Südtirol.
25. Suez Canal Crisis.
26. Sweden.
27. Switzerland.
28. Terrorism.
29. Trusteeship Agreements.

Box 23
Folder

1-5. United Nations.
6. United Nations Charter revisions.
7. United Nations Conference on International Organization.
8-9. U.S. Supreme Court.
10. U.S. territories.
11. Vietnam.
12. War Powers Act.
13. Warfare, modern.
14. Watergate.
15. World Court.
16. Yugoslavia.


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Series 8: Pamphlets

Box 24
Folder

Unauthored pamphlets:
1. A Design for a Charter of the General International Organization Envisioned in the Four-Nation Declaration of October 30, 1943 and in the Senate Resolution of November 5, 1943 (Tentative Draft, May 30, 1944).
2. A Design for a Charter of the General International Organization, Envisioned in the Moscow Declaration of October 30, 1943 and in the Resolution adopted by the Senate of the United States on November 5, 1943 (Aug. 1, 1944).
3. A Positive Policy Towards the United Nations. Recent Ministerial Statements of United Kingdom Policy (June 1965).
4. A Positive Policy Towards the United Nations. Volume II. Statements of United Kingdom Policy June—December, 1965 (undated).
5. An Argument That Man Is Free (1948).
6. Austrian Writers in the United States 1938-1968. An Exhibition of the Austrian Institute and the Austrian Forum, Inc. (Apr. 1968).
7. The British Commonwealth and Empire (1944).
8. British North America Act, 1949 (undated).
9. The Cameroons under French Administration. Text of Trusteeship Agreement as Approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations. New York, 13th December, 1946. Treaty Series No. 66 (1947).
10. Cameroons under United Kingdom Trusteeship. Text of Trusteeship Agreement as Approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations. New York, 13th December, 1946. Treaty Series No. 20 (1947).
11. Co-determination: How labor shares in German industry (undated, ca. 1972).
12. Complaint to the Commission on Human Rights of the United Nations Concerning Violations of Human Rights Since the Erection of the Berlin Wall (September 25, 1962).
13. The Constitution of Norway. Foreword by Professor Dr. Wilhelm Keilhau (undated).
14. Constitution of The United States of Brazil with the Constitutional Laws Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 (1941).
15. Decisions of the Central Committee, C.P.S.U.(B.) on Literature and Art (1946-1948) (1951).
16. The Declaration of Washington. February 1, 1956. A Joint Declaration of the President of the United States and the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1956).
17. Declarations made to the Secretary-General of the United Nations by the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland concerning the Optional Clause of the Statute of the International Court of Justice. New York, April 12 and 18, 1957 (1957).
18. Documents on the Korean Crisis (1951).
19. Draft Constitution of the United States of Europe (Apr. 1944).
20. Draft Trusteeship Agreement for the Japanese Mandated Islands (1947).
21. The Electoral System of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. A Collection of Official Documents (Oct. 20, 1945).
22. Les Fédérations syndicales en Autriche (undated, 1937).
23. Germany. Facts and Figures About the Two German States. A Comparative Study (1973).
24. Die Gewerkschaften in Österreich (undated, 1937).
25. History of Parliament. Register of the Ministers and of the Members of Both Houses 1439-1509 (1938).
26. Human Rights and Genocide. Selected Statements, United Nations Resolutions, September 21 – December 12, 1948 (Feb. 1949).
27. Imperial Conference, 1926. Summary of Proceedings (1926).
28. Jamaica Constitution. Despatch from the Secretary of State for the Colonies to the Governor of Jamaica, dated 10th February, 1943 (1945).
29. Kann und soll die Schweiz den Vereinigten Nationen beitreten? Eine Diskussion in der "Neuen Zürcher Zeitung" (Feb. 1966).
30. NATO. North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Its Development and Significance (September 1955).
31. Nauru. Text of Trusteeship Agreement as Approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations, New York; 1st November, 1947. Treaty Series No. 89 (1947).
32. New Guinea. Text of Trusteeship Agreement as Approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations, New York, 13th December 1946. Treaty Series No. 68 (1947).
33. Pacific Islands. Text of Trusteeship Agreement as Approved by the Security Council of the United Nations, New York, 2nd April 1947. Treaty Series No. 76 (1947).
34. Portugal. Eight Centuries of History (1940).
35. Portugal. The New State in Theory and in Practice (1938).
36. Probleme der Verfolgung und Ahndung von nationalsozialistischen Gewaltverbrechen (1967).
37. Revision of the United Nations Charter. Report of the Committee on Foreign Relations on Resolutions Relative to Revision of the United Nations Charter, Atlantic Union, World Federation, and Similar Proposals (September 1, 1950).
38. Tuanda – Urundi. Text of Trusteeship Agreement as Approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations, New York, 13th December, 1946. Treaty Series No. 64 (1947).
39. The Soviet White Paper on the North Atlantic Pact (Mar. 1949).
40. Statut de l'agence internationale de l'energie atomique (Nov. 1, 1956).
41. Statuto Fondamentale del Regno D'Italia promulgato nella Lombardia il giorno 7 decembre 1859 (1933).
42. Suggestions presented by The Netherlands Government Concerning the Proposals for the Maintenance of Peace and Security Agreed on at The Four Powers Conference of Dumbarton Oaks as Published on October 9, 1944 (Jan. 1945).
43. Tanganyika. Text of Trusteeship Agreement as Approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations, New York, 13th December, 1946. Treaty Series No. 19 (1947).
44. Togoland under French Administration. Text of Trusteeship Agreement as Approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations, New York, 13th December, 1946. Treaty Series No. 67 (1947).
45. Togoland under United Kingdom Trusteeship. Text of Trusteeship Agreement as Approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations, New York, 13th December, 1946. Treaty Series No. 21 (1947).
46. Trade Union Organization in Austria (undated, 1937).
47. The Treaties of 1778 (undated).
48. Treaty of Economic, Social and Cultural Collaboration and Collective Self-Defence ... Brussels, 17th March, 1948. Treaty Series No. 1 (1949).
49. Trusteeship. Togoland and the Cameroons under United Kingdom Mandate (July 1946).
50. United Kingdom Draft of An International Bill of Human Rights (June 1947).
51. Western Samoa. Text of Trusteeship Agreement as Approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations (with Appendix), New York, 13th December, 1946. Treaty Series No. 65 (1947).
52. Ambassade de France. Constructive Action of the French Government in Algeria (Jan. 1957).
53. Ambassade de France. President DeGaulle Holds Fourth Press Conference (Apr. 11, 1961).
54. American Bar Association. Report of Committee for Peace and Law Through United Nations (September 1, 1950).
55. American Society of International Law / American Political Science Association. A Survey of the Teaching of International Law in Political Science Departments (1963).
56. The American Society of International Law. Teaching of International Law and Related Courses in American Law Schools (1964).
57. Aronson, Gregor. Soviet Russia and the Jews (1949).
58. Aufricht, Hans. The Fund Agreement: Living Law and Emerging Practice (1969).
59. Bailey, Sydney D. Constitutions of the British Colonies (1950).
60. Barnard, Chester I. et al. A Report on the International Control of Atomic Energy (Mar. 16, 1946).
61. Barth, Frank. The Lost Peace. A Chronology: The League of Nations and the United States Senate 1918-1921 (Mar. 1945).
62. Baruch, Bernard M. Proposals for an International Atomic Development Authority (1946).
63. Berger, Peter. The Internationalization of Jerusalem (1950).
64. Boggs, Marion William. Regulation and Reduction of Armaments. Action of the General Assembly (1947).
65. Bogolepov, M. I. The Soviet Financial System. What it is and how it works (1945).
66. Bolles, Blair. Who Makes Our Foreign Policy? (Mar.-Apr. 1947).
67. British Information Services. Britain and the United Nations (Mar. 1962).
68. British Information Services. Britain and the United Nations (Nov. 1964).
69. Budish, J. M. The Jewish Autonomous Region – Birobidjan (undated).
70. Bundesministerium für innerdeutsche Beziehungen. Politik für Deutschland (September 1970).
71. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The Budget of the United Nations (September 1947).
72. The Catholic Association for International Peace. Judging the Dumbarton Oaks Proposals. A Preliminary Statement of the Post War World Committee (undated).
73. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Religion. Interviews by Donald McDonald with Robert E. Fitch, John J. Wright, Louis Finkelstein (Jan. 1963).
74. Chagla, Mahomedali Currim. Kashmir. Text of Speeches by M.C.C., Union Minister of Education and Leader of the Indian Delegation, in the Security Council on February 5 & 10, 1964 (Mar. 31, 1964).
75. Chagla, Mahomedali Currim. Text of Speeches by M.C.C., Union Minister of Education and Leader of the Indian Delegation, in the Security Council on 7, 12, and 18 May 1964 (May 30, 1964).
76. Clarke, R.W.B. Britain's Blockade (1940).
77. Clubb, O. Edmund and Eustace Seligman. The International Position of Communist China (1965).
78. Commission of the European Communities. Report on European Union (June 25, 1975).
79. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. A Universal United Nations (July 1962).
80. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. International Bill of Human Rights (undated).
81. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. The United Nations and Non-Self Governing Peoples. A Plan for Trusteeship (Dec. 1944).
82. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. The United Nations: The Next Twenty-Five Years (Nov. 1969).
83. Conant, James B. Our New Partner – The Federal Republic of Germany (June 1955).
84. Conference of Lawyers of the Americas. World Peace Through the Rule of Law (June 1961).
85. Cooke, Morris Llewellyn. Nasser's High Aswan Dam. Panacea or Politics? (undated, ca. 1956).
86. Corwin, Edward S. The Will to Believe and S.J. Res. 1 (Jan. 26, 1954).
87. Coudenhove-Kalergi, R.N. Das pan-europäische Manifest (Apr. 1924).
88. Coudenhove-Kalergi, Richard. Toward a Constituant Assembly for Europe (undated).
89. The Council on Religion and International Affairs. The Moral Dilemma of Nuclear Weapons (1961).
90. Cushman, Robert E. Safeguarding Our Civil Liberties (1940).
91. Cushman, Robert E. The Supreme Court and the Constitution (1936).
92. Day, Brigham. Should the U.N. Charter Be Changed? (Jan. 1955).
93. Dayal, Ambassador Rajeshwar. First Progress Report to the Secretary-General from His Special Representative in the Congo (September 21, 1960).
94. de Lanux, Pierre. La Neutralité Américaine en 1936 (1936).
95. Dean, Arthur H. Excerpts from "Amending the Treaty Power" (Mar. 5, 1954).
96. The Department of State. A Report on the International Control of Atomic Energy (Mar. 16, 1946).
97. The Department of State. Atomic Energy and Conventional Armaments. Selected Statements United Nations Resolutions. September 21 – December 12, 1948 (Feb. 1949).
98. Department of State. The Bangkok Conference of the Manila Pact Powers. February 23-25, 1955 (Aug. 1955).
99. Department of State. The Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (July 15, 1946).
100. Department of State. 80th Congress and the United Nations (1948).
101. Department of State. Eightieth Congress First Session and the United Nations (1947).
102. The Department of State. The International Control of Atomic Energy. Scientific Information transmitted to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission. December 15, 1946 (1947).
103. The Department of State. The International Control of Atomic Energy. The First Report of the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission to the Security Council, December 31, 1946 (1947).
104. The Department of State. The International Control of Atomic Energy. The Second Report of the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission to the Security Council, September 11, 1947 (Dec. 1947).
105. The Department of State. The International Control of Atomic Energy. The Third Report of the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission to the Security Council, May 17, 1948 (July 1948).
106. Department of State. Korea's Independence (1947).
107. Department of State. NATO. North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Its Development and Significance (Aug. 1952).
108. Department of State. The North Atlantic Pact. Collective Defense and the Preservation of Peace, Security, and Freedom in the North Atlantic Community (Mar. 1949).
109. Department of State. North Atlantic Treaty. Proposed for Signature during First Week in April, 1949 (Mar. 1949).
110. The Department of State. Nine-Power Conference. London, September 28 – October 3, 1954 (Oct. 1954).
111. The Department of State. Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy (June 1955).
112. The Department of State. The Problem of Peace in Korea, an oral report by Secretary of State Dean Acheson, October 24, 1952(Oct. 1952).
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114. Department of State. Southeast Asia Treaty Organization. First Annual Report of the Council Representatives (Mar. 1956).
115. The Department of State. Toward a Stronger United Nations (Dec. 1948).
116. The Department of State. Treaty of Peace with Japan, signed at San Francisco, September 8, 1951. With Related Documents (1952).
117. The Department of State. Trial of Japanese War Criminals. Documents (1946).
118. The Department of State. United Nations Action in Korea Under Unified Command. Second Report to the Security Council, August 16, 1950 (1950).
119. The Department of State. United Nations Action in Korea Under Unified Command. Fourth Report to the Security Council, September 17, 1950 (1950).
120. The Department of State. United Nations Action in Korea Under Unified Command. Fifth Report to the Security Council, October 5, 1950 (1950).
121. The Department of State. United Nations Action in Korea Under Unified Command. Sixth Report to the Security Council, October 21, 1950 (1950).
122. The Department of State. United Nations Action in Korea Under Unified Command. Seventh Report to the Security Council, November 3, 1950 (1950).
123. The Department of State. United Nations Action in Korea Under Unified Command. Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth Reports to the Security Council (1950).
124. The Department of State. United Nations Action in Korea Under Unified Command. Eleventh Report to the Security Council, January 31, 1951 (1951).
125. The Department of State. The United Nations and the Problem of Greece (1947).
126. Department of State. The United States and Non-Self-Governing Territories (Apr. 5, 1947).
127. The Department of State. United States Policy in the Korean Conflict, July 1950 – February 1951 (September 1951).

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1. Dodd, Thomas J. Is the United Nations Worth Saving? (1962).
2. Dulles, John Foster. Intervention! The Story of International Communism in the Americas (Mar. 8, 1954).
3. Dulles, John Foster. Report on Asia – March 1956 (Mar. 23, 1956).
4. Dulles, John Foster. The Spirit of the United Nations (June 24, 1955).
5. Dulles, John Foster. The Suez Problem (Oct. 9, 1956).
6. Dulles, John Foster. Text of Speech by J.F.D. Secretary of State Before the Tenth Inter-American Conference, Caracas, Venezuela, March 4, 1954 (Press Release No. 109).
7. Eichelberger, Clark M. The United Nations Charter. What Was Done at San Francisco (July 1945).
8. Elder, Robert E. and Forrest D. Murden. Economic Co-operation. Special United Nations Fund for Economic Development (SUNFED) (September 1954).
9. Elliott, Mabel A. Coercion in Penal Treatment: Past and Present (1947).
10. Eppstein, John. Defend these Human Rights (undated).
11. Eppstein, John. "One World". What Kind do Catholics Want? The Christian Tradition in International Relations (Dec. 1944).
12. Epstein, William. Retrospective on the NPT Review Conference: Proposals for the Future (1975).
13. Farmer, Fyke. Plan for Representation in World Constituent Assembly at Geneva, 1950.
14. Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. The Christian Conscience and Weapons of Mass Destruction (Dec. 1950).
15. Freeman, Harrop. Coercion of States in International Organizations (Apr. 1944).
16. Freeman, Harrop and Theodore Paullin. Coercion of States: In Federal Unions (Jan. 1943).
17. Freeman, Harrop A. and Theodore Paullin. Road to Peace. A Study in Functional International Organization (Mar. 1947).
18. German Information Center. Federal Republic of Germany: Elections / Parliament and Political Parties (May 1976).
19. German Information Center. The Federal Republic of Germany Salutes the United States of America on its 200th Anniversary (Apr. 1976).
20. Ginsberg, Morris. Nationalism. A Reappraisal (1961).
21. Goodhart, A.L. The British Constitution (May 1943).
22. Graham, Robert A. and Robert C. Hartnett. Ed. Charles Keenan. Diplomatic Relations with the Vatican (Jan. 15, 1952).
23. Gromyko, Andrei. A Speech by Andrei Gromyko, Soviet Delegate to the UN on A Palestine Solution (May 14, 1947).
24. Gross, Leo. Bulgaria Invokes The Connally Amendment (April 1962).
25. Gross, Leo. Domestic Jurisdiction, Enforcement Measures and the Congo (Dec. 1966).
26. Gross, Leo. Expenses of the United Nations for Peace-Keeping Operations: The Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice (May 1963).
27. Gross, Leo. Immunities and Privileges of Delegations to the United Nations (Oct. 1962).
28. Gross, Leo. International Law and Peace (Apr. 1968).
29. Gross, Leo. The Jurisprudence of the World Court (Jan. 1964).
30. Gross, Leo. Limitations upon the Judicial Function (May 1964).
31. Gross, Leo. Passage Through the Strait of Tiran and in the Gulf of Agaba (Nov. 1968).
32. Gross, Leo. Some Observations on the International Court of Justice (Jan. 1962).
33. Gross, Leo. The United Nations and the Role of Law (Nov. 1965).
34. Gross, Leo. United Nations – Coalition or World Society (Feb. 1943).
35. Gross, Leo. Voting in the Security Council: Abstention in the Post-1965 Amendment Phase and its Impact on Article 25 of the Chapter (July 1968).
36. Grünberg, Carl. Das Grundgesetz der russischen Sowjetrepublik (1919).
37. Gulick, Edward Vose. The Balance of Power (Mar. 1943).
38. Hamilton, Thomas J. and Vera Micheles Dean. Report on the United Nations (May 20, 1949).
39. Hammarskjold, Dag. "A Service ... Profoundly Meaningful." Remarks by Secretary-General D.H. to the United Nations General Assembly following his election to a second term (Nov. 1957).
40. Hammarskjold, Dag. The Development of a Constitutional Framework for International Cooperation (June 1960).
41. Hammarskjold, Dag. The United Nations – An Appraisal. Text of an Address Given by Secretary-General D.H. Before the Indian Council of World Affairs in New Delhi, India, February 3, 1956 (Apr. 1956).
42. Handlin, Oscar et al. Dissent, Democracy and Foreign Policy – a Symposium (Aug. 1968).
43. Hartmann, Paul. Die Überprüfung der Gesetze nach tschechoslowakischem Rechte. Eine dogmatische Untersuchung (1928).
44. Hayden, Sherman S. and Benjamin Rivlin. Non-self-governing Territories. Status of Puerto Rico (September 1954).
45. Henderson, William. Pacific Settlement of Disputes: The Indonesian Question 1946-1949 (September 1954).
46. Hermens, Ferdinand A. Der Ost-West Konflikt. Gründe und Scheingründe (1961).
47. Herz, John H. Germany (1974).
48. Higgins, Rosalyn. The Administration of United Kingdom Foreign Policy through the United Nations (1966).
49. Hold-Ferneck, Alexander. Ein Kampf ums Recht. Entgegnung auf Kelsens Schrift "Der Staat als Übermensch"; (1927).
50. Hold-Ferneck, Alexander. Der Staat als Übermensch. Zugleich eine Auseinandersetzung mit der Rechtslehre Kelsens (1926).
51. Holman, Frank E. An Address at a Meeting of the District of Columbia Bar Association, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C., February 8, 1949 (undated).
52. Hoover, Herbert Jr. The Tasks of the Eleventh General Assembly (Nov. 16, 1956).
53. Humphreys, John H. What is Proportional Representation? A Broadcast Talk (Apr. 1936).
54. Hutchins, Robert M. The Atomic Bomb versus Civilization (Dec. 1945).
55. Infiesta, Ramón. Martí, the Statesman (Apr. 17, 1953).
56. Interdepartmental Committee on Cooperation with the American Republics. Constitution of the United States of Brazil (Jan. 1939).
57. International Bureau of the Universal Postal Union. The Universal Postal Union. Its Foundation and Development (1955).
58. The International Commission of Jurists. The Rule of Law in the Federal Republic of Germany (Dec. 1958).
59. International Labour Conference. Twenty-ninth Session, Montreal. Provisional Record (1946).
60. International Political Science Association. General Information (undated).
61. Isensee, Josef, Ernst Friesenhahn, Werner Marx. Reden zum 50. Doktorjubiläum von Werner Marx (1984).
62. Ivanov, Georgi. Notes of a People's Judge (1950).
63. Jacob, Paul. Les lois de l'occupation en France (1942).
64. Jenks, C. Wilfred. The Significance for International Law of the Tripartite Character of the International Labor Organization (May 1936).
65. Johnson, Alvin S. New World for Old. A Family Migration (1965).
66. Kaplan, Morton A. United States Foreign Policy in a Revolutionary Age (September 15, 1961).
67. Karp, Basil. The Draft Constitution for a European Political Community (May 1954).
68. Kellor, Frances and Martin Domke. Arbitration in International Controversy (undated).
69. Kelsen, Hans. Aperçu d'une théorie générale de l'État (1927).
70. Kelsen, Hans. Beiträge zur Kritik des Rechtsgutachtens über die Frage der österreichischen Staatsbürgerschaft des Fürsten von Thurn und Taxis (1924).
71. Kelsen, Hans. La Dictature de parti (1934).
72. Kelsen, Hans. Grundriß einer allgemeinen Theorie des Staates (1926).
73. Kelsen, Hans. Juristischer Formalismus und Reine Rechtslehre (1929).
74. Kelsen, Hans. Der Staat als Übermensch. Eine Erwiderung (1926).
75. Kelsen, Hans. Der Wandel des Souveränitätsbegriffes (1931).
76. Kelsen, Hans. Was ist Gerechtigkeit? (1953).
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78. Khrushchev, N.S. Disarmament for Durable Peace and Friendship (1960).
79. Kirchheimer, Otto. Gegenwartsprobleme der Asylgewährung (1959).
80. Kirchheimer, Otto. Weimar ... und was dann? (1930).
81. Kiser, Margaret. Organization of American States. A Handbook for Use in Schools, Colleges and Adult Study Groups (1955).
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86. Kunz, Josef L. The Mexican Expropriations (1940).
87. Kunz, Josef L. Teoria General del Derecho Internacional (1952).
88. Laserson, Max M. The Development of Soviet Foreign Policy in Europe, 1917-1942 (Jan. 1943).
89. Laski, Harold J. On the Study of Politics. An Inaugural Lecture Delivered at the London School of Economics and Political Science on 22 October 1926 (1926).
90. Laski, Harold J. Russia and the West. Policy for Britain (Nov. 1947).
91. Lawyers Committee on Blockades. The United Nations and the Egyptian Blockade of The Suez Canal (June 29, 1953).
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109. Millis, Walter. A World Without War (1961).

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1. Morgenthau, Hans J. Conduct of American Foreign Policy (1949).
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3. Morgenthau, Hans J. The New Atlantic Community (Apr. 1961).
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22. Nomad, Max. The Jewish Conspiracy (1944).
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25. O'Donnell, Charles P. and The Post-War World Committee. Transition from War to Peace (1943).
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39. Peter, F. X. Shall Switzerland Surrender Its German-Owned Property? (Jan. 10, 1946).
40. Pineau, Christian. The Algerian Problem (Feb. 1957).
41. Porter, Paul A. The Gulf of Aqaba: An International Waterway. Its Significance to International Trade (1957).
42. The Proportional Representation Society. The Safeguard of Parliamentary Government: Constitutional Reform (1934).
43. Rathjens, George W. The Future of the Strategic Arms Race. Options for the 1970s (1969).
44. Reiff, Henry. Transition from League of Nations to United Nations (1946).
45. Rocca, Helen M. Nominating Methods. With Special Reference to the Direct Primary (Apr. 1927).
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47. Rudd, Herbert F. A Method of Balanced Representation (Aug. 1944).
48. Rudzinski, Aleksander. Admission of New Members. The United Nations and the League of Nations (Apr. 1952).
49. Salvin, Marina. The North Atlantic Pact (May 1949).
50. Scheer, Robert. How the United States Got Involved in Vietnam (1965).
51. Schröer, Arnold. Über die Sprache als Kunst und die Weltmacht-Stellung der Engländer (1922).
52. Schwiegler, Gebhard. German Foreign Policy (Feb. 1975).
53. Seydoux, Roger. Statement on the United Nations Peace-Keeping Operations (May 17, 1965).
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57. The Stanley Foundation. Coordination of the Economic and Social Activities of the United Nations. Tenth Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade, Baden bei Wien, Austria, June 22-29, 1975 (1975).
58. The Stanley Foundation. Decision-Making Processes of the United Nations. Ninth Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade. Vail, Colorado, June 9-16, 1974 (1974).
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1. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem I: Should the Governments of the United Nations at this Time Formulate and Announce a "Common Strategy for Peace"? (undated, ca. 1943).
2. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem II: By What Method and Through What Stages Should the Final Peace Settlement be Reached? (1943).
3. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem III: Treatment of Defeated Enemy Countries. Germany (Mar. 3, 1943).
4. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Summary of Repliles on Problem III. Treatment of Defeated Enemy Countries. Germany (September 30, 1943).
5. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem IV: Should There Be an International Organization for General Security Against Military Aggression, and Should the United States Participate in Such an Organization? (Apr. 9, 1943).
6. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem IV: Should There Be an International Organization for General Security Against Military Aggression, and Should the United States Participate in Such an Organization? Analysis, Part II (1943).
7. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem V: Relief
and Rehabilitation. Analysis (1943).
8. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem VI:
International Economic Collaboration. Analysis
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9. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem VII: Education and World Peace (Aug. 1943).
10. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem VIII: Proposed Methods and Agencies for International Economic Collaboration. Should America Participate in Them? (September 1, 1943).
11. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem IX: Colonies and Dependent Areas (1943).
12. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem X: The Protection By International Action of the Freedom of the Individual Within the State (1943).
13. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem XI: Post-War Treatment of Japan (Jan. 1944).
14. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem XII: China in the Post-War World (Feb. 1944).
15. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem XIII: International Air Traffic After the War (Mar. 1944).
16. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem XIV: Post-War Relations with the Soviet Union (Apr. 1944).
17. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem XV: Post-War Relations with the British Commonwealth of Nations (May 1944).
18. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem XVI: American Membership in a General International Organization: Constitutional Difficulties (July 1944).
19. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem XVII: Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes (September 1944).
20. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem XVIII: The Dumbarton Oaks Proposals: The Enforcement of Peace (Dec. 1944).
21. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem XIX: The Dumbarton Oaks Proposals: Economic and Social Cooperation (Feb. 1945).
22. Universities Committee on Post-War International Problems. Problem XX: Problems of United States Participation in the United Nations Organization (May 1945).
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