M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

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Finding Aid for the
ERNEST VAN DEN HAAG
PAPERS, 1935-2000
APAP-135

For reference queries contact M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives Reference staff

Finding Aid Compiled by
Rob Taglianetti
May 2005

Box and Folder List & Revisions
Sarah Kim
Mindy Groseclose
Lakeisha Swaby



 
 
 
 
 
 

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VOLUME: 11.45 cubic ft., 1 audiotape

ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by Mary Beth O'Connor, executor of the estate of Ernest van den Haag, in May 2002.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Series Description

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Ernest van den Haag
Biographical Sketch

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Ernest van den Haag (1914-2002) was a conservative commentator of social issues, especially crime, and one of America's foremost proponents of the death penalty.[1] He said he was born an intellectual and called himself a strong political conservative, but almost a libertarian. He authored several books and book chapters and contributed hundreds of articles to journals, magazines, and newspapers from 1950-2000.

Ernest van den Haag was born in The Hague in 1914 and was raised in Italy where he began his early political life as a left-wing activist and communist. In 1937 he was nearly killed by a political assassin from Mussolini's fascist regime. Van den Haag suffered five bullet wounds and spent nearly three years in Italian prisons, including 18 months in solitary confinement in Naples before the start of World War II. After being released and fearing re-imprisonment, he fled to Switzerland and then to France where he studied psychiatry at the Sorbonne in Paris. Soon, he was arrested as an enemy alien Italian and an agitator against the government. He managed to escape to Spain and then to Portugal prior to Hitler's invasion. From Portugal he was able to make his way to the United States in 1940 where he arrived not knowing English. In New York he sold vegetables and worked as a bus boy. He was able to secure admission to the University of Iowa where a group of faculty recognized his intellectual gifts and agreed to pay his tuition.

After receiving his M.A. in economics in 1942 as the U.S. entered World War II, van den Haag went to work for the Office of War Information as a propaganda analyst. That same year he met Sidney Hook, a famous social philosopher, who was a catalyst in van den Haag's thinking. Of his friendship with Sydney Hook, van den Haag said, "Sydney converted me and I not only stopped being a communist but I became an anti-communist although it no longer means much."[2] He began a part-time teaching career as an instructor at Hofstra College of New York lecturing in Psychology and Sociology. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from New York University in 1952. As early as 1953, van den Haag was contributing essays to magazines arguing against communism. In 1956, van den Haag authored his first book, Education as an Industry and co-authored a sociology textbook, The Fabric of Society, in 1957.

Ernest van den Haag's writings garnered the attention of William F. Buckley, Jr. when, in 1957, Buckley asked him to contribute articles to the National Review. From 1957 to 1994, van den Haag wrote close to 200 articles for the National Review and remained a friend and consultant for 45 years. Buckley's obituary of van den Haag stated: "His special skill was the crisp essay in which he distilled his thought and analysis with precisionist care."[3]

Van den Haag's book, Punishing Criminals: Concerning a Very Old and Painful Question (Basic Books, 1975), had a long popularity and launched his status as an expert and fearless debater in issues of criminal justice and the death penalty. In addition to his writing career, van den Haag was an expert witness for many court cases in local, state, federal, and international jurisdictions. He testified as an expert in areas including desegregation, criminal justice, and pornography. He was comfortable taking controversial stands on tough issues such as his criticism over Brown v. Board of Education. He was also a fierce debater of many issues. "He has said he would debate anyone on anything. He has read and thought lucidly about everything," said Edward Banfield, professor of Government at Harvard University.[4] Van den Haag was especially active in debating the issue of the death penalty. He spent most of his life defending the issue based on the argument of deterrence, but later evolved the basis of his argument on the need for the death penalty as just punishment for severe criminals.

Ernest van den Haag accomplished much in his lifetime. Among the many positions he held were: Lecturer in Psychology and Sociology, The New School for Social Research, 1953-1980; Adjunct Professor, New York University; Psychoanalyst in private practice, 1955-1982; Fellow of the American Sociological Association beginning in 1959; 1966 Guggenheim Fellow; 1972 Senior Fellow for the National Endowment for the Humanities; Visiting Professor, CUNY; Lecturer at dozens of universities and colleges including Harvard, Yale, Cornell, and Berkeley; Visiting Professor of Criminology, School of Criminal Justice, State University of New York at Albany, 1978-1983; John M. Olin Professor of Jurisprudence and Public Policy, Fordham University, 1982-1988; Distinguished Scholar, The Heritage Foundation; Member, Council on Foreign Relations; Philadelphia Society (Former President 1978-1979).

Ernest van den Haag spoke at conferences as recently as 1999 and published articles through 2000. Van den Haag died after a brief illness at age 88 on March 21, 2002, in Mendham, NJ.


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1. Pace, Eric. "Ernest van den Haag, Educator and Backer of the Death Penalty." New York Times, 27 March 2002, sec. A:21.
2. Machan, Tibor. The Intellectual Portrait Series: A Conversation with Ernest van den Haag. Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2000.
3. Buckley, Jr., William F. Ernest van den Haag, R.I.P. (Obituary). National Review, 22 April 2002.
4. Feulner, Jr., Edwin J. "A Note on Ernest van den Haag." In Smashing Liberal Icons: A Collection of Debates. Washington, D.C.: Heritage Foundation, 1984.


Ernest van den Haag
Scope & Content Note

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The papers of Ernest van den Haag cover the years 1935-2000. His publications from 1950-2000 comprise the bulk of the collection. Comparing this collection of publications to his curriculum vitae, it appears that most of his published and unpublished materials are contained in the collection. Van den Haag took special care to organize his writings by assigning them a number, probably in order of creation, placing each publication, along with rough drafts and related correspondence, into individual folders. He often followed up on references to his work, adding them to the appropriate folder. The publications in this collection include articles in published form, drafts, and related correspondence. Types of publications include transcripts from appearances on television shows in the 1970s and 1980s, files on the books which he authored, rough drafts for chapters, and hundreds of articles written for various journals, magazines, and newspapers from 1950-2000. A few articles include printed versions in at least five other languages.

The collection's publications cover a wide array of social science issues of the mid to late 20th century from an intellectual conservative's view. Topics include American culture, criminal justice, education, conservatism versus liberalism, and American politics. Van den Haag had a special political interest in U.S. foreign policy and commented on the Vietnam War, foreign wars, and the issues of the Cold War. His writing had an impact on people and events of his day. President Nixon once wrote van den Haag to thank him for the balanced views concerning the U.S. soldiers and war crimes during Vietnam when he offered during his appearance on the Dick Cavett Show. Congressman Charles Rangel wrote to express his opposing views to van den Haag on the legalization of drugs. Sometimes van den Haag's articles would spark a debate between himself and other authors that would continue over the course of several issues of a periodical.

The collection contains some court testimony from van den Haag as an expert witness in cases including the U.S. House and Senate hearings and U.S. Supreme Court cases concerning desegregation in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Also represented are pornography cases between towns and theaters both at the local and U.S. Supreme Court levels.

The collection contains many articles, debate notes, and drafts of speeches from conferences and meetings discussing capital punishment. Most of these cover the period from the mid-1980s to the early 1990s.

A book collection was given to the University Libraries along with the manuscript collection and is part of the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives' book collection.

Related collections in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives can be found at the National Death Penalty Archive and subject pages for Criminal Justice and Prisons, Education, Military and Armed Conflict, and Public Servants and Politicians.


Ernest van den Haag
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Biographical, 1950-1998, .17 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains two large bibliographies of Ernest van den Haag's writings. The first bibliography covers his works from 1950-1982. The second includes his writings up to 1998. These bibliographies organize his writings alphabetically by topic and each publication includes an assigned number. These numbers do not reflect a strict, but rather general chronological order (i.e. number one was published in 1968 while number two was published in 1954). The numbering system probably reflects the order in which the articles were begun. Some were published quickly while others took longer. This series also contains van den Haag's curriculum vitae from 1973-1998 as well as short biographies from 1973-1989.

Series 2: Publications, 1949-2000, 7.49 cubic ft., Arranged by Subseries.

Subseries 1: Numbered, 1950-2000, 6.17 cubic ft., Arranged numerically.

This subseries contains the published writings of Ernest van den Haag arranged numerically by the number assigned each. This subseries represents the bulk of the collection and is one of the best sources for studying the philosophy of Ernest van den Haag. He wrote articles that cover a wide spectrum of political and social issues of his day. This subseries is unique in that it contains not only van den Haag's drafts, but in most cases the articles in their final published form, providing the researcher a glimpse of the contemporary context. These publications include drafts for books, reviews, chapters, and articles by van den Haag. The publications were assigned individual numbers probably reflecting the order of creation not the date of publication. The arrangement within each folder is as follows: the final published form of the article usually containing the periodical cover page, the contents page, and the article itself; correspondence, usually between van den Haag and the publisher, as well as any other related correspondence; rough drafts of the article, usually in order from oldest to newest; research material used in creation of the article as well as articles from other authors that represent debate over van den Haag's views and facts. Publication number 194 contains a letter from President Nixon thanking van den Haag for his balanced views on war crimes in Vietnam. Publication number 338 is an excellent example of the type of controversy surrounding some articles written by van den Haag. Publication number 439 contains a letter from Congressman Charles Rangel opposing Haag's views on the legalization of illegal drugs.

Subseries 2: Unnumbered, 1960-1998, .33 cubic ft., Arranged chronologically.

This subseries contains publications not numbered by van den Haag. They are internally arranged the same as subseries 1, but externally in chronological order by date published.

Subseries 3: Unpublished Writings, 1949-1995, .66 cubic ft., Arranged chronologically and alphabetically thereafter.

This subseries contains the unpublished writings of van den Haag. Approximately half are dated. The dated writings are arranged chronologically within the series while undated writings are arranged alphabetically by title with untitled writings at the end arranged alphabetically by subject. The writings within this subseries were identified as unpublished either because of Van den Haag's title on the folder or because they contained no identifying publication information.

Subseries 4: References, 1969-1990, .33 cubic ft., Arranged chronologically and alphabetically thereafter.

This subseries contains references to van den Haag from various publications. Ernest van den Haag collected any references to himself that he found or which were sent to him. These references are in the form of news clippings, photocopies, and clipped portions of articles. These references were arranged by van den Haag chronologically and in some cases folders are also titled such as "1985, Smoking". These titled folders are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Series 3: Court Testimony, 1960-1991, 1 cubic ft. and 1 audiotape, Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains photocopies of court transcripts and bills on cases before local, state, federal, and international courts. Ernest van den Haag was called upon to testify as an expert witness before the U.S. House and Senate subcommittees and the U.S. Supreme Court between 1960 and 1973 in cases that involved desegregation. His testimony was also used at the International Court of Justice at The Hague concerning South West African relations with Ethiopia and Liberia in 1966. Ernest van den Haag's testimony in two pornography cases reveals the struggle between towns and theaters showing adult films in the early 1980s. Other topics van den Haag testified on include medicine, psychology, labor, and homosexuality. Some of the material gathered in this series also includes proposed outlines for testimony, questions to be asked, preliminary notes, and van den Haag's curriculum vitae. Expert testimony usually begins with van den Haag presenting himself by answering questions about his knowledge and background that established him as an expert on the subject.

The series includes an audiotape likely produced by FCC officials for other FCC officials and/or consultants such as van den Haag. There is no introduction to the contents or authors of the cassette and it begins with the voice of an unidentified narrator. The recording contains narrated comments between excerpts from the Neil Rogers Show, a radio talk show from Miami. The narrator apparently felt that the show had violated an FCC decision.

Series 4: Correspondence, 1952-2000, .20 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains correspondence arranged alphabetically by topic and chronologically within each folder. An interesting group of van den Haag's earliest correspondence includes letters written to professors at Duke and Harvard Universities proposing an experiment on animals to prove his theory of deterrence as a learned behavior. Some of his correspondence involves his duties at Fordham University between 1981 and 1983. Much of van den Haag's correspondence was about his publications and therefore can be found within the publication folders in Series 2.

Series 5: Research, 1968-1996, .33 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains topical files on van den Haag's research in such areas as law, crime, capital punishment, and employment.

Series 6: Academic, 1935-1997, 2.10 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

Subseries 1: New School Lecture Notes, 1935-1981, 1.60 cubic ft., Arranged Alphabetically.

This subseries contains lecture notes handwritten by Ernest van den Haag on yellow legal size paper. This paper is very acidic and brittle. Van den Haag lectured on sociology and psychology while at the New School for Social Research from 1953 to 1980. The courses include Philosophy of Personality, The Individual in Crisis, and Popular Culture. his lectures touched on many topics in social science including democracy, postulates, and many aspects of American culture. Some materials contained in this subseries were collected in the years leading up to his lecture career including the 1930s and 1940s, but most of the lecture material is from the early 1950s through 1981.

Subseries 2: New York University School of Law, 1993-1997, .33 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This subseries contains readings from 1993-1997 authored by professors from various universities addressed to members of colloquiums at New York University School of Law. These readings are entitled Colloquium on Constitutional Theory and Colloquium on the Study of Law, Philosophy, and Social Theory. These readings are arranged alphabetically by title and chronologically thereafter by semester and year. It is not clear what role van den Haag had in these colloquiums, but at this time, he was Adjunct Professor of Social Philosophy at the New York University School of Law.

Subseries 3: Fordham University, 1982-1986, .17 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This subseries contains some documents related to van den Haag's position as John M. Olin Professor of Jurisprudence and Public Policy at Fordham University from 1982-1988. There is a Fordham Bulletin, course descriptions and schedules, and grant contract expenditure reports. The Olin Lecture material is correspondence related to van den Haag's duties in setting up a speaker for the John M. Olin Lecture in 1983.

Series 7: Conferences and Meetings, 1947-1999, .33 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains brochures, invitations, and documents related to conferences and meetings that Ernest van den Haag attended. There is one conference invitation from 1949 that lists van den Haag as a speaker, but the bulk of the brochures cover the 1960s forward. Van den Haag attended and spoke at several gatherings. There is one file containing speech drafts and correspondence from a conference in 1965, but the majority of conferences with such files range from the late 1980s to the early 1990s. These conferences and meetings are mostly related to the issue of criminal justice and capital punishment. A number of conference and meeting files were assigned publication numbers since they may have been later published. These can be found in Series 2 Subseries 2.


Ernest van den Haag
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Biographical, 1950-1998

Box 1
Folder

1. Bibliography, 1950-1982
2. Bibliography, 1998
3. Curriculum Vitae, 1973-1998
4. Short Biographies, 1973-1989


Ernest van den Haag
Box and Folder List

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Series 2: Publications, 1949-2000
Subseries 1: Numbered, 1950-2000

Box 1
Folder

Note: The first number is the folder number and the second is the number assigned by the creator in the bibliography found in Series 1.

1. 1. “Academic Freedom in the United States,” Law and Contemporary Problems: Academic Freedom, School of Law, Duke University, Summer 1963
2. 1a. “Academic Freedom and its Defense,” Report of the Eighteenth Educational Conference, 1953, and Phi Delta Kappan, December 1954
3. 1c. “The Communist Teacher Can’t Be Free,” The New Leader, May 25, 1953
4. 1d. “Student Loyalty: Should It Be Questioned,” The New Leader, February 1, 1960
5. 2. “Creativity, Health and Art,” Arts and Sciences, Spring 1963, and the Journal of Psychoanalysis, 1963
6. 2b. “Abstraction vs. Conscience In Art: A Symposium,” Ameryka (Slavik), Translation from American Illustrated, no. 70 and no. 98, 1963
7. 3. Review of “American Higher Education in the 1960’s” by Robert J. Havinghurst, American Journal of Sociology, May 1961
8. 4. Review of “German Catholics in Hitler’s War” by Gordan Zahn, American Sociological Review, June 1958
9. 5. Review of “America as a Civilization” by Max Lerner, American Sociological Review, June 1958, and Encounter, August 1958
10. 6. Review of “Social Control in a Free Society” by Loren C. Eiseley, et al, American Sociological Review, June 1958
11. 7. Review of “Responsibility in Mass Communication” by Wilbur Schram, American Sociological Review, October 1968,
12. 8. Reviews of Books Containing Articles by van Den Haag, 1957-1967
13. 9. Review of “Freud and the Twentieth Century,” ed. by Benjamin Nelson, American Sociological Review, February 1960
14. 10. “Comment on Books of the Past Ten Years,” American Scholar, Summer 1965
15. 11. “Reflection on Mass Culture,” American Scholar, Spring 1960
16. 12a. “La Cultura Di Mass Manufatto Dell Industria,” Mercurio, April 1959
17. 12b. “Sur la Culture Populaire Americane,” Les Temps Modernas, November 1958, and Avanti, November 1958
18. 12c. Kutura Masowa,” Dokumenty, 1959
19. 12d. “Notes on Mass Culture in America,” Tempo Presente (Rome), November 1957, Diagenes (English and French) 1957, Tempo Presente, March, 1960
20. 12i. “Symposium on TV,” Dissent, Summer 1960
21. 12j. “Menance of Mass Media,” The New Leader, July 29, 1957
22. 12k. Letter to the Editor on Professor Shils’ Comment on Mass Culture, Swanee Review, Spring 1958, and Autumn 1958
23. 13. “Creating Cities for Human Beings, “American Scholar, Autumn 1959
24. 13a. “Creating Cities for Human Beings,” Communita, Dec. 1959
25. 13c. “Creating Cities for Human Beings,” in The Troubled Metropolis, Ernest van den Haag Rand Institute on Public Affairs, 1959
26. 13d. “Salviamo Le Citta,” Mercurio, 1960
27. 13e. “Notes on New York Housing,” Dissent, Summer 1961
28. 13f. “Building In Limbo,” Columbia Univ. School of Architecture, Spring 1961
29. 14. Review of “Masters of Deceit,” by J. Edgar Hoover, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, September 1958
30. 15. Review of “Roots of American Communism” by Theodore Draper, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, September 1957
31. 16. “Controlling Subversive Groups,” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, July 1955
32. 17. “Higher Education on the Cuff,” Fortune, May 1952
33. 17a. “Should College Be Restricted to the Intellectual Elite?” New York Post, undated
34. 18. “Snobbery,” The British Journal of Sociology, September 1956
35. 19. “What to Do About Advertising,” in Exploring Advertising, edited by Otto Keppner, 1970, Brewers Digest, June 1962, and Commentary, May 1962
36. 20. “Madison Avenue Witchcraft,” Review of “Battle for the Mind” and “The Hidden Pervaders,” American Sociology Review, 1958
37. 21. “McCarthyism and the Professors,” Review of “The Academic Mind” by Paul Lazarsfeld, Commentary, 1959
38. 22. “Affluence, Galbraith, The Democrats,” Commentary, September 1960
39. 23. “Affluence,” E.v.d.Haag’s Reply to Lewis Coser, Commentary, January 1961
40. 24. “Federal Aid to Parochial Schools, Commentary, July 1961
41. 25. “More Immigration?” National Review, 1965
42. 25a. Reply to J. Hirschleifer on “More Immigration?,” National Review, November. 2, 1965
43. 26. “On Mobilization for Youth,” Letter to the Editor on Bierstedts’ attack on “Mobilization for youth, American Sociological Review, August 1965
44. 28. “Automated Man?” Manipulators of Human Destiny, Fall Lecture Series, Central Connecticut State College, 1966
45. 31. “Quota Ineptum,” (On Censorship), Ethics, July 1972
46. 32. “Love or Marriage,” Harpers, May 1962
47. 32a. “Love: Is this day the Beginning of the End?” Nova, June 1965
48. 33. “The Planners and the Planned, “Modern Age, Spring 1964
49. 34. “Private and Public Expenditures,” Modern Age, Spring 1962 and Christian Economics, March 5, 1963
50. 35. “The Soul Recovers Radical Innocence,” Modern Age, Summer 1959
51. 35a. “The Sensibility of Marrel Ayme,” The New Leader, August 3-10, 1959
52. 36. “Make Tax Honesty Rewarding: A Proposal,” Modern Age, Winter 1958
53. 37. “Jack Kerouac and the Beat Generation,” Los Temps Modernes, September 1959
54. 37a. “Glie Eroi Di Kerovac,” (The Heroes of Kerovac), Tempo Presente, November 1958
55. 38. “Learning How to Learn, “Review of “Memo to a College Trustee” By Beardsley Ruml, The Reporter, August 30, 1959
56. 39. “Not Seven, Not Lively, Not Arts,” National Review, January 11, 1958
57. 40. “Communism, Democracy and Religion,” National Review, March 22, 1958
58. 41. “Studded with Quotations,” Review of “The Capitalist Manifesto” by Louis O. Kelso, National Review, October 25, 1958
59. 42. Review of “Plain Talk from Campus” by John Perkins, National Review, August 15, 1959
60. 43. “Must Conservatives Repudiate Keynes?” National Review, June 4, 1960
61. 44. “Loss of Urbanity,” Review of “The Death and Life of Great American Cities” by Jane Jacobs, National Review, December 30, 1961
62. 45. “War in Katanga: Report of a Mission,” National Review, March 27, 1962, and The American Committee for Aid to Katanga Freedom Fighters, 1962
63. 46. “Crimes Against Humanity,” Review of “Eichmann in Jerusalem” by Hannah Arendt, National Review, August 27, 1963
64. 47. “The Lessons of the Congo,” National Review, September 8, 1964
65. 49. “The U.N.’s Idiot Policy in Katanga,” National Review, January 26, 1965
66. 50. Review of “The Wolfenden Report,” Behavioral Science Book Service, 1973
67. 51. “Male Self-Hatred,” Review of “The National Superiority of Women” by Ashley Montagu, The New Leader, July 6, 1963
68. 53. “Some Sociology of Value,” Review of “Social Theory” by Lewis Coser, The New Leader, July 7, 1958
69. 55. “A Modest Farm Proposal,” The New Leader, February 27, 1961
70. 56. “Neither Adult Nor Education,” Review of “University Adult Education” by Renee and William Peterson, The New Leader, November 27, 1961
71. 57. “Either/Or: Religion and Communism: An Open Letter to Sidney Hook,” Partisan Review, July/August 1950
72. 59. “Egalitarisme Aux U.S.A.,” Preuves, January 1954
73. 61. “Unemployment in Planned and Capitalistic Economies,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, February 1954
74. 61a. Reply to Mr. Holzman’s Comments on “Unemployment in Planned and Capitalistic Economies,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, August 1955
75. 62. “Psychoanalysis and Utopia,” Freud Memorial Lecture, May 22, 1964, and Bulletin of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis, June 1965
76. 62a. “The New Utopians and the New Left,” Address Delivered at the American Political Science Association, September 2, 1969
77. 63. “Demographers Go to the New World,” Review of “The Family and Population Control,” by Reuben Hill, et al., Saturday Review, June 30, 1959
78. 64. “Man As An Object of Science,” Science, January 30, 1959
79. 65. “For A Peace Conference in Yugoslavia,” The New Leader, 1959
80. 66. Reply to “Conformity Revisited” by Everett Wilson, Trans-Action, November/December 1964
81. 67. Review of “How Now Kate” Edited by Elaine Showalter, National Review, September 22, 1970
82. 68. “Education as Part of America’s Secular Religion-Part I,” University Bookman, Autumn 1960
83. 69. “Education as Part of America’s Secular Religion-Part II.” University bookman, Winter 1961
84. 70. “Man’s Need to War,” Yale Bulletin, Spring 1964
85. 71. “Vietnam: After All Is Said and Done,” National Review, November 29, 1966
86. 72. “Population and Economic Development,” What’s New, Winter 1959
87. 73. “Too Few Raisins,” Review of “A History of Economic Thought” by Overton H. Taylor, University Bookman, Winter 1959
88. 74. “Introduction” and “Note on Hydrotherapy,” in Psychopathia Sexualis by Richard von Krafft-Ebing, NY: Putnam, 1965
89. 75. “Sociology,” Cowles Comprehensive Encyclopedia, 1964
90. 76. “A Head Above the Sand,” Review of Thinking About the Unthinkable by Herman Kahn, The Herald Tribune, January 17, 1965
91. 77. “Down on Liberals,” Review of Up from Liberalism by William F. Buckley, Jr., The New Leader, April 10, 1960
92. 78. “The Native of Democracy,” Review of Political Power and Personal Freedom by Sidney Hook, New York Times, undated
93. 79. Review of Relativism and the Study of Man, by Schoeck and Wiggins, American Journal of Psychiatry, 1961
94. 80. “A Modest Proposal: Abolish Free Colleges,” The Sunday Herald Tribune Magazine, November 17, 1963
95. 81. Review of “The Family and the Sexual Revolution” ed. by Edwin M. Shur, Behavioral Science Book Service, 1963
96. 82. “Kerovac Was Here,” Social Problems, Summer 1998
97. 82a. “Kerovac and the Beat: They’ve Nothing to Say and They Say it Badly,” Commentary on “The Dharma Bums” by Jack Kerouac, The Village Voice, November 5, 1958
98. 84. “Do Pacifists Harm Peace?” National Review, December 15, 1970
99. 85. “Toeing A Familiar Line,” Review of One Dimensional Man, by Herbert Marruse, New York Herald Tribune, April 26, 1964
100. 86. Letter to the Editor on “The Question of Repression” by Walter Goodman, Commentary, November 1970
101. 87. “Student Seizures: The New Element,” Modern Age, Summer/Fall 1970
102. 88. Letter to the Editor on Money in America by Robert Lakachman, Harper’s, October 1970
103. 89. “Women, How Equal?” National Review, September 8, 1970
104. 90. “Intelligence or Prejudice?” National Review, December 1, 1964
105. 91. “Intermarriage and the Race Problem,” U.S. News and World Report, November 18, 1965
106. 92. “Social Science Testimony in the Desegregation Cases: A Reply to Professor Kenneth Clark,” Villanova Law Review, Fall 1960
107. 92b. Published Material on Kenneth Clark, 1955-1968
108. 93. “Negroes and Whites: Claims, Rights, and Prospects,” Modern Age, Fall 1965
109. 94. “Kill the Pigs and Government,” New York Times, January 21, 1971
110. 95. Reviews of van Den Haag’s “Passion and Social Constraint,” 1963-1965
111. 96. Letter to the Editor on “Middle Class Violence” by Stark and McEnvoy, Psychology Today, February 1971
112. 97. “There Is More Sex and Less Love,” Interview, U.S. News and World Report, January 26, 1971
113. 98. “A Dissent from the Consensual Society,” Daedlus, Spring 1960

Box 2
Folder

Note: The first number is the folder number and the second is the number assigned by the creator in the bibliography found in Series 1.

1. 98a. “Shils for Mass Culture,” Daedalus, June 1959
2. 99. “Here Comes Da Judge,” Review of “Points of Rebellion” by Justice William O. Douglas, Georgia Law Review, May 18, 1971, and National Review, May 18, 1971
3. 100. “On Privacy,” In “Privacy” ed. by Pennock and Chapam, Atterton Press, 1971
4. 101. “Negative Options: Inherently Fair or Unfair?” Testimony before the Federal Trade Commission, November 18, 1970
5. 102. “The Black Studies Smoke Screen,” In “The Black Studies Debate” ed. by Jacob V. Gordon, University of Kansas, 1974
6. 103. “Essay on Crime: Proposals on Punishment and Prisons,” Unpublished, undated
7. 104. “History as Factualized Fiction, “In “Philosophy and History,” edited by Sidney Hook, New York Press, 1963
8. 105. “Analysis Not Perception, “Review of” The Ethics of Psychoanalysis” by Thomas Szasz, National Review, November 16, 1968
9. 106. “On Faith,” In “Religious Experience and Faith” ed. by Sidney Hook, New York University Press, 1961
10. 107. “Normative and Analytical Welfare Economics,” In “Human Values and Economic Policy” ed. by Sidney Hook, New York University Press, 1967
11. 108. “Competition in Conflict,” In “The Fabric of Society,” undated
12. 109. “Mass Media and the Intellectual,” Columbia Univ. Seminar on Public Communications, November 17, 1961
13. 111. “Featherbedding,” L’informateur, December 15, 1965
14. 113. Review of “On the Contrary” by Mary McCarthy, National Review, undated
15. 120. “On Torture,” Review of “The Wretched of the Earth” by Frantz Fanon, Modern Age, Spring 1966
16. 121. Clinical Detachment and “Passionate Intensity,” The Journal of Group Psychoanalysis and Process, Winter 1969-1970
17. 122. “Introduction,” (Secondary School Textbooks), University Bookman, Autumn and Summer 1966
18. 123. “On Diagnosed Mental Illness and Social Class (I), “American Sociological Review, August 1966
19. 125. Reviews of “Education as an Industry” by Ernest van den Haag, NY: Kelly and Millman, 1956
20. 124. “Buckley and Vidal,” Letter to the Editor on William F. Buckley, Jr. and Gore Vidal, Encounter, March 1970
21. 126. “Psychoanalysis and the Social Sciences,” In “Psychoanalysis and the Social Sciences” ed. by H.R Rvitenbeck, NY: E.P. Dutton, 1962
22. 127. “Deterrence and the Death Penalty,” Rejoinder on “The Death Penalty as a Deterrent” by Hugo Adam Bedau, Ethics, October 1970
23. 128. “Government, Conscience, and Disobedience,” In “Sidney Hook and the Contemporary World” edited by Paul Kurtz, John Day Company, 1968
24. 129. Letter to the Editor on “The Great Society, 1967” by Robert Lekachman, Commentary, undated
25. 130. Letter to the Editor on “Our Prisons are Criminal” by Bruce Jackson, New York Times Magazine, Oct. 20, 1968
26. 131. Reply to “Ending the Welfare Mess” Letter by Richard Rene, National Review, Jan. 28, 1969
27. 132. “Let’s Drop Prejudice Against Prejudice,” Unpublished, undated
28. 133. “One Man’s Mead, Another Man’s Poison,” Review of “Culture and Commitment” by Dr. Margaret Mead, The Atlantic, June 1970
29. 134. “How To Keep the Peace”, Journal of Atlantic Science, undated
30. 135. “A Rationing Rate Structure,” Journal of Land and Public Utility Economics, May 1943
31. 136. Civil Disobedience and the Law “Rutgers Law Review,” Fall 1966
32. 136a. “Civil Disobedience,” Manuscript for “Political Violence and Civil Disobedience” In Britannica Encyclopedia, 1966
33. 137. “Psychoanalysis and Fantasy,” National Review, 1967
34. 138. Quoted in “Mothers and Sons: The Ultimate Hang Up,” Cosmopolitan, May 1967
35. 139. “The Case For Pornography Is The Case For Censorship and Vice Versa,” Esquire, May 1967
36. 140. “The Popularity of Art,” The Critic or the Visual Arts, 1965
37. 141. “The Negative Role of Religion In a Pluralistic Society,” Lecture Given at University of Notre Dame, undated
38. 142. “Introduction” (College Textbooks of American History and Sociology), University Bookman, Autumn 1967
39. 142a. “Conclusion,” (On College Textbooks) edited by Haag, University Bookman, Winter 1968
40. 143. “Is Pornography a Cause of Crime?” Encounter, 1967
41. 143a. “Pornographers and Censors,” Reply to J.W. Lambert on Pornography Encounter, July 1968
42. 144. “Conspicuous Consumption of Self,” National Review, April 11, 1968
43. 145. “How to Prevent Civil Disorders,” National Review, March 26, 1968
44. 146. “A Fitting Farewell,” Review of “Progress & Revolution” by Robert Waelder Psychiatry and Social Science Review, March 1968
45. 147. Reviews of “The Jewish Mystique” by Ernest van den Haag, Stein and Day, 1969
46. 147b. “Forbidden Fruit,” Excerpt from “The Jewish Mystique,” Cosmopolitan, April 1970
47. 148. “War, Peace and the Grand Illusion,” Review of “Sanity and Survival,” by Jerome Frank, Chicago Tribune Book World, February 18, 1968
48. 149. “Money to Burn,” (Riot Control), National Review, July 1968
49. 150. “Booklearning and Barricades,” The Washington Post, Book World, August 4, 1968
50. 151. “On Deterrence and The Death Penalty,” Ethics, July 1968
51. 151a. “On Deterrence and The Death Penalty,” Journal of Criminology Law, Criminology and Police Science, June 1969
52. 152. “Ending the Welfare Mess,” National Review, December 17, 1968
53. 152a. “Poverty and Welfare” Lecture at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, Philadelphia, PA, undated
54. 153. “Poverty and Welfare: A Liberal-Conservative Dialogue,” National Review, November 1968
55. 154. “Passionate Simplemindedness,” Letter to the Editor on “Who Shall Prepare Himself for Battle?” by Thomas Ford Hoult, The American Sociologist, August 1968
56. 155. “Intimidation and Terror,” (The Black Panthers), unpublished, undated
57. 156. A reply to “Challenge to the Court” by I.A. Newby, Louisiana State University Press, 1967
58. 157. Review of “The Year 2000,” by Herman Kahn, The American Journal of Sociology, September 1968
59. 158. “Literature in the Dock,” Review of “The End of Obscenity” by Charles Rembar, Book World, July 1968
60. 159. Response to “Classified Military Research and The University,” by Anatol Raport, The Humanist, February, 1969
61. 160. Letter to the Editor on “Elegant Tombstones,” by C.B. MacPherson, Dissent, May 1969
62. 161. “In Defense of Punishment,” Fortune, December 1968, and Human Events, December 31, 1968
63. 162. “Why Sex Education,” National Review, September 23, 1969, & Current, November 1969
64. 163. “The Court and Welfare,” National Review, August 1969
65. 164. “Conversations on the New Eroticism,” Interview, Time, July 11, 1969
66. 165. “The University As a Progressive Kindergarten,” The Intercollegiate Review, Spring 1969
67. 166. “John Calder’s Illusions,” Encounter, August 1970
68. 167. “Blackness and Competence,” Letter to the Editor, The American Sociologist, February 1969
69. 168. “Literature or License,” undated, and “The American Culture Explosion: Fact or Fiction, Appearances” on The Open Mind, WNBC Television, January 24, 1965
70. 168a. “Human Rights Issues Related to the Causes and Justifications for Student Unrest,” Appearance on “Right Now,” WOR-TV, New York, May 25, 1969
71. 168b. “Should the Legislative Recommendations of the Pornography Commission be Adopted?” Appearance on The Advocates, KCET, Los Angeles, November 17, 1970
72. 169. Letter to the Editor on Bill Moyers, The Atlantic, May 1969
73. 170. “Poor Statistics,” Letter to the Editor on “The Big Money” by John Thompson, Commentary, May 1969
74. 171. Letter to the Editor on “The American Underclass,” by Lee Rainwater, Trans-action, April 1969
75. 172. “Jensen’s Article is a Good Beginning,” Harvard Educational Review, Summer 1969, “More on Jensen’s Genes,” Transaction, October 1969, and “Addendum to Jensen,” American Psychologist, November 1969
76. 172a. Arthur Jensen Files, 1969-1973
77. 173. “The Student Rebels,” The New School Bulletin, October 1969
78. 174. “Sociology and Religion,” Address Delivered at a Jewish Theological Seminary Faculty Seminar, February 8, 1965
79. 175. “The Honorable Alternative: Nixon on November 3,” National Review, January 1970
80. 176. “What’s Missing in Nixon’s Welfare Program?” National Review, January 27, 1970
81. 177. “The Campus and The Law,” National Review, December 2, 1969
82. 178. Review of “Epistle to the Babylonians,” by Charles Fontenay, Social Research, Spring 1971

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Note: The first number is the folder number and the second is the number assigned by the creator in the bibliography found in Series 1.

1. 180. “Civil Liberties and War,” American Civil Liberties Union Biennial Conference, June 1966
2. 181. “Appetite for Salvation,” Review of “The Mass Psychology of Fascism” by Wilhelm Reich, The New Leader, February 8, 1971
3. 182. “Religion in America” Modern Age, Summer 1971
4. 183. “Causes and Prevention of Ramsey Clark,” Review of “Crime in America Observation on It’s Nature, Causes, Prevention, and Control” by Ramsey Clark, National Review, March 31, 1971
5. 186. “To Break Mid-east Logjam,” New York Times, April 18, 1971
6. 187. “Research and A Report,” Letter to the Editor On Presidential Commission on Obscenity, Commentary, July 1971
7. 188. “Art and the Mass Audience,” Art in America, July/August 1971
8. 189. “Labor and Economics,” Letter to the Editor on Reinstitution of Investment Credit and Work Rules or Practices, New York Times, August 13, 1971
9. 190. “The Military and Morality,” New York Times, August 13, 1971
10. 191. “Debate: Is School an Appropriate Place for Sex Education?” Sexual Behavior, August 1971
11. 192. “Power to the Students,” Letter to the Editor on “Give Power to the Students,” National Review, May 18, 1971
12. 193. “To Southeast Asia with Reservations,” National Review, September 24, 1971
13. 194. Letter from Richard Nixon, Appearance on the Dick Cavett Show, August 2, 1971
14. 195. “U.S. Crimes in Vietnam”, National Review, October 22, 1971
15. 196. “When Is A Crime A War Crime?” National Review, November 11, 1971
16. 197. “Race Then and Now,” Review of “American Statesmen on Slavery and the Negro” by Nathaniel Weyl and William Marina, National Review, November 11, 1971
17. 198. “Notes on Attica,” Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society Newsletter, December 1971
18. 199. “Brilliant Shafts and Coherent Whole,” Review of “Politics and Passion by S.M. Lipset, National Review, February 4, 1972
19. 200. “Civil Disobedience,” National Review, January 21, 1972 and Quadrant, March/April 1972
20. 201. Interview in Histoire d’O Calcutta by Andre Balland, undated
21. 203. “Through the Rabbit Hole,” National Review, November 1969
22. 204. “Moral Rights and the Law, Intercollegiate Review, Winter/ Spring 1972
23. 206. Testimony on the Death Penalty Before the Judiciary Committee, March 15, 1972, and Excerpts in Congressional Digest, January 1973
24. 207. Letter to the Editor on William Shannon’s Day Care Center Article, Sunday Times Magazine, May 21, 1972
25. 208. Calamitous Cardinal,” Review of “Three Popes and the Cardinal” by Malachi Martin, National Review, May 26, 1972
26. 209. Letter to the Editor on “Ethics of Addiction” by Thomas Szasz, Harpers, June 1972
27. 210. “Of Men and Bees,” Review of “The Insect Societies” by Edward O. Wilson, National Review, June 23, 1972
28. 211. “Should Congress Ban Private Ownership of Handguns?” Appearance on The Advocates, PBS Broadcasting, KCET, Los Angeles, November 16, 1971
29. 212. Reply to Richard Archer’s Review of “Political Violence and Civil Disobedience,” Quadrant, September/October 1972
30. 213. “Sex Education,” Appearance on Firing Line, PBS, Southern Educational Communications Association, New York City, October 15, 1972
31. 214. “On the Nature Causes and Effects of Political Violence,” Catholic University Law School, October 1971
32. 215. “The Munich Murders: Will Violence Rule the World?” To the Point, September 9, 1972
33. 216. Review of “On Record: Files and Dossiers in America Life” edited by Stanton Wheeler, American Journal of Sociology, November 1972
34. 217. “The Tortured Search for the Cause of Inequality,” National Review, February 16, 1973
35. 218. Review of “The Primal Revolution” by Arthur Janov, The New Leader, December 25, 1972
36. 219. Reviews of Political Violence and Civil Disobedience, Harper and Row, 1973
37. 219a/b. Reply to D.A. Zoll, University Bookman, Summer 1973, and Reply to Robert Hall, Humanist, January/February 1974
38. 219c. Reply to Saul Brenner Contemporary Sociology, March 1975
39. 219d. Reply to Jeffrey Murphy American Political Science Review, June 1975 and June 1976
40. 221. “Everybody Above Average,” For University Centers for Rational Alternatives, Undated
41. 221a. “Everybody Above Average,” The Alternatives, December 1973
42. 222. “Moral Rights and the Law: A Response to Dworkin,” The Intercollegiate Review, Winter/Spring 1972, and Reply to Machan, Winter 1972-1973
43. 223. “Is it True that Violence Breeds Violence?” The International Journal of Group Tensions, Vol. 3, Nos. 1-2, 1973
44. 224. Comment on Arthur Bremer’s Diary, Harper’s, February 1973
45. 225. Skeptical Comments on Bisexuality,” The Humanist, July/August 1973
46. 227. “Notes on Group and Ethnic Relationships,” Plural Societies, Autumn 1973
47. 228. Reply to A.P. Lerner’s letter on “The Tortured Search for the Causes of Inequality,” National Review, March 16, 1973
48. 229. “Contemporary Students and Universities,” In Private Higher Education: The Job Ahead, reprint of 1972 Annual meeting, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1973
49. 230. Letter to the Editor on “Conservatives and Original Sin” by Andrew Hacker, Sunday New York Times Magazine, April 1, 1973
50. 231. “Educational Inflation,” Imprimis, August 1973, and The University Bookman, Spring 1975
51. 231a. “Education Inflation,” Revised and reprinted in The University Bookman, Spring 1975
52. 232. Review of “Karl Marx on Revolution: Karl Marx Library Vol. I,” and “Karl Marx on America and the Civil War: Karl Marx Library, Vol. II,” edited by Saul Radover, National Review, June 22, 1973
53. 233. Review of “The Ideological Imagination” by Louis J. Halle, Contemporary Sociology, July 1973
54. 234. Review of “Sociology, Morals and Mystery” by Sir Roy Harrod, Contemporary Sociology, November 1973
55. 235. Discussion Panel: “New Sexual Life Styles,” Playboy, September 1973
56. 236. “Meat Axe as Criticism,” Review of “Sociology as Sorcery” by Stanislav Andreski, National Review, February 1, 1974
57. 237. Reviews of “The Balancing Act,” 1975
58. 238. Review of “Human Social Development” by Dorothy Blisten, Social Forces, September 1974
59. 239. Reply to Alfonso J. Damico on Amnesty, Dissent, Summer 1974
60. 240. Testimony on Emergency School Aid Act of 1970
61. 242. “The Breakdown of Authority,” Reader’s Digest Almanac, 1970
62. 243. “The Nixon Haters,” New York Times, December 17, 1973
63. 245. “A Free Society’s Need,” In “This is the F.B.I.,” edited by Richard O. Wright, Americans for Effective Law Enforcement, November 1973
64. 246. Letter to the Editor on Alexander Bickel’s Watergate Article, Commentary, April 1974
65. 247. “A Perversion of the Constitution,” Reply to Eugene McCarthy on Nixon, Skeptic, May/June 1974
66. 248. “Professor Against Porn,” Interview, Screw Magazine, April 1, 1974
67. 249. “Reflections on the Issue of Gay Rights,” In “Taking Sides,” edited by George Mckenna, and National Review, July 19, 1974
68. 250. “Affirmative Action for Balance,” Prospect, Princeton Alumni, June 3, 1974
69. 251. “Black Cop-Out,” National Review, August 30, 1974
70. 252. “Finally, He was Right to Resign,” (Nixon), National Review, August 30, 1974
71. 253. “Free Speech and Censorship,” Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom, September 1974
72. 253a. “The Perimeters of Free Expression,” The Alternative, December 1975
73. 254. Review of “Deterrence: The Legal Threat in Crime Control” by Franklin Zimring, Contemporary Sociology, September 1974
74. 255. Political Threat to the Market Economy, Address delivered to the Mont Pelerin Society, Brussels, September 12, 1974
75. 256. “What Pardons are For,” Letter to the Editor on Ford’s Pardon of Nixon, New York Times, November 3, 1974
76. 257. “Intricacies of Boredom,” Letter to the Editor on Estelle Ramey’s “Bordom”, Harpers, January 1975
77. 258. “Should We Subsidize Popular Culture?” Sunday New York Times, February 9, 1975
78. 259. “How Much Justice,” Modern Age, Winter 1975
79. 260. “Broyard’s Bouquet,” Review of Anatole Broyard’s “Aroused by Books,” National Review, February 26, 1975
80. 261. “A Fable,” Occasional Review, Autumn 1974
81. 262. “Handguns V. Knives,” Letter to the Editor on Franklin Zimring’s Pierce on Handguns, Wall Street Journal, January 13, 1975
82. 263. “Id/Yid,” Letter to the Editor on M.J. Sobran’s Review of “Lenny and Bruce,” National Review, January 31, 1975
83. 264. “Keeping Amnesty on Course,” Letter to the Editor on George Nash’s Amnesty International Article, National Review, January 17, 1975
84. 265. Review of “Campustown in the Throes of the Counterculture,” by Mark Graubard, National Review, January 31, 1975
85. 266. Letter to the Editor on Hadley Arkes’ “The Problem of Kenneth Clark,” Commentary, March 1975
86. 267. “Justice and the Market,” Intercollegiate Review, Winter 1975
87. 267a. Reply to Tibor Machan’s letter “Justice and the Market,” Intercollegiate Review, Winter/Spring 1976
88. 268a. “Monopoly,” Letter to the Editor on Shirley MacLain’s article on China, Sunday New York Times, April 20, 1975
89. 269. Answer to Question “Is Homosexuality Biologically Unnatural?” Homosexual Counseling Journal, January 1975
90. 270. “The Social Function of Religion,” The Religious Imperative Conference, Rockford College, Rockford, Ill., November 15-17, 1974
91. 271. “Two Myths of Gun Control,” True, July 1975
92. 272. “The Libertarian Argument,” Review of “Anarchy State and Utopia” by Robert Nozxick, National Review, July 4, 1975
93. 273. “Betraying the Psychoanalytic Revolution,” Review of “Social Amnesia” by Russell Jacoby, Psychology Today, September 1975
94. 274. “Coalition in Italy?” National Review, November 7, 1975, and related letters to the Editor, National Review, November 19, 1975
95. 275. “Overestimation of Sexuality,” Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, October 1975.
96. 276. “Cheerfulness is Always Breaking In,” Review of “Execution Eve” by William F. Buckley, Jr., National Review, October 24, 1975
97. Review of “Sociobiology: The New Synthesis” by Edward O. Wilson, Harvard, 1975, and National Review, October 10, 1975
98. 278. “Straight Talk for Homosexuals,” Review of “The Homosexual Matrix” by C.A.Tripp, Harpers, January 1976
99. 279. Reviews of “Punishing Criminals” by E.v.d. Haag, Basic Books, 1975
100. 279b. Serialization of “Punishing Criminals” by E.v.d. Haag, Basic Books, 1975, In New York Post, February 6, 1976
101. 280. “Crime Deterrence and Offender Career,” Report prepared for the Office of Economic Opportunity under grant by the Hudson Institute, 1975
102. 281. “No Excuse for Crime,” In The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, January 1976
103. 282. Letter to the Editor on Edgar Z. Friedenberg’s review of “Executions in America” by W.J. Bowers, Society, January/February 1976
104. 283. “Bring Back the Death Penalty?: Pro and Con,” Interview in U.S. News and World Report, April 19, 1976
105. 284. “Wealth and Power,” Letter to the Editor on “Tax Wealth. Not Income” by Lester Thurow, New York Times, Sunday, May 23, 1976
106. 285. “Notes on the Ideology and Psychology of Planning,” In Politics of Planning” edited by A. Lawrence Chickering, Institute for Contemporary Studies, 1976
107. 286. “Consensual Government,” Review of “The Morality of Consent” by Alexander Bickel, Vanderbilt Law Review, Vol. 29:521, 1976
108. 287. Letter to the Editor on “The Death Penalty Decisions” by Michael Meltsner, Wall Street Journal, April 30, 1976
109. 288. “For Those Who Murder Why Not Death?” The Baltimore Sun, Perspective, July 11, 1976
110. 289. “Why Criminals are Running Wild and What Can Be Done to Curb Them,” American Views, June 7, 1976

Box 4
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Note: The first number is the folder number and the second is the number assigned by the creator in the bibliography found in Series 1.

1. 290. Letter to the Editor on “The Warrior Intellectuals” by Francis Fitzgerald, Harpers, July 1976
2. 291. “What To Do About TV Violence,” The Alternative, August/September 1976
3. 292. “What Is A Liberal? Who Is A Conservative?” Commentary, March 18, 1977
4. 293. “Economics Is Not Enough,” The Public Interest, Fall 1976
5. 294. “Critics of Corrections Speak Out,” Interview, Corrections, March 1976, and June 1976
6. 295. “Reverse Discrimination,” The Review of Education, September/October 1976
7. 295a. “Reverse Discrimination,” National Review, April 29, 1977
8. 296. “What Is A Civil Libertarian To Do When Pornography Becomes So Bold?” Interview with Gay Talese, Sunday New York Times, Arts and Leisure Section, November 21, 1976
9. 297. “The Death Penalty: A Deterrent,” The Wall Street Journal, December 1976
10. 298. “The Peddling of Pornography Is Not an Inalienable Right,” Baltimore Sun, Perspective, December 26, 1976
11. 299. Review of “Knowledge and Politics” by R.M. Unger, National Review, December 10, 1976
12. 300. Review of “Jean Paul Sartre” by Arthur Danto, National Review, February 4, 1977
13. 301. “Haggis and the Wealth of Nations,” National Review, March 4, 1977
14. 302. “No” (Re: Is The Republican Party Dead?), National Review, March 18, 1977
15. 303. “Crime, Punishment and Deterrence,” Society, March/April 1977, and September/October 1977
16. 304. “Preventing Crime with Punishment,” The Alternative, May 1977
17. 305. Reply to Jack P. Gibbs’ review of “Punishing Criminals,” The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, December 1976.
18. 306. Letters to the Editor between Jerome H. Skolnick, E.v.d. Haag, and Sidney Hook, Contemporary Sociology, 1975-1979.
19. 307. “Equity or Chiliasm?” Review of “Sharing the World’s Resources” by Oscar Shacter, National Review, May 27, 1977
20. 309. “A Note on the Sentencing of Criminals,” Policy Review, Summer 1977
21. 310. “The Effectiveness of Punishment,” Moral Choices in Contemporary Society- Courses by Newspaper, 1977
22. 311. “Criminal Affluence,” Review of “The Growth of Crime” by Sir Leon Radzinovicz, National Review, November 25, 1977
23. 312. “In Defense of the Death Penalty: A Legal, Practical, Moral Analysis,” Criminal law Bulletin, January/February 1978
24. 313. “Should the Activities of the Communist Party Be Restricted By Law?” Transcript of Radio Debate, WBAI-FM, New York, November 28, 1961
25. 314. Reply to “Making the Punishment Fit the Crime” by Franklin Zimring, The Hastings Center Report, August 1977
26. 315. “Thomas Szasz and the Myth of Mental Illness,” The American Spectator, February 1978
27. 316. “The Growth of the Imperial Judiciary,” Policy Review, Spring 1978.
28. 317. “The Collapse of the Case Against Capital Punishment,” National Review, March 31, 1978
29. 318. “Yoo-hoo! Yooganda?” Review of “Just and Unjust Wars” by Michael Walzer, National Review, April 14,1978
30. 319. Letter to the Editor on Hadley Arkes and Natural Law, The American Spectator, June/July 1978
31. 320. Religion and the Intellectuals, The New American Review, April/May 1978
32. 321. “Liberty: Negative or Positive,” Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, 1978
33. 322. “Behind the Violence,” Interview, U.S. News and World Report, December 11, 1978
34. 323. “A Response to Bedau,” Arizona State Law Journal, Vol. 4, 1977
35. 324. “Beliefs and Verbal Vehemence,” Review of “The Psychological Society” by Martin L. Goss and “The Myth of Psychotherapy” by Thomas Szasz, Chronicles of Culture, November/December 1978
36. 325. “Gay Advocates,” Letter to the Editor on Homosexual Teachers, National Review, November 24, 1978
37. 328. Comment on Vernon Fox’s Review of Punishing Criminals,” American Journal of Sociology, January 1979
38. 329. “Mont Pelerin Strikes Again,” National Review, February 16, 1979
39. 330. “Crime or Punishment?” National Review, March 2, 1979
40. 332. “Labor Unions in a Free Market,” Imprimus, March 1979
41. 333. “Punishing Victims,” Review of “The Crime Victim’s Book” by Bard and Sangrey, and “Victims” by J.L. Barkas, Saturday Review, March 17, 1979
42. 334. “Notes on Foreign Policy, Armies, and Money,” Policy Review, Spring 1979
43. 335. “A Tale of Three Cities,” National Review, April 27, 1979
44. 336. “Punitive Sentences,” Hofstra Law Review, Fall 1978
45. 337. “Libertarians and Conservatives,” National Review, June 8, 1979
46. 338. “Has the Libertarian Movement Gone Kooky?” National Review, August 3, 1979
47. 339. “A Dialogue,” With Ronald Dworkin on Legal Rights and Moral Wrongs, The American Spectator, June/July 1979
48. 340. Reviews of “Capitalism: Sources of Hostility,” Heritage Foundation, 1979.
49. 340a. “Marktfeindlichkeit, Warum?” (German), Reviews, Philosophia Verlag, January 19, 1983
50. 340a. Review of “Justice and Punishment” edited by J.B. Cederblom and William L. Blizek, The American Political Science Review, March 1979
51. 341. “Does Society Have A Legitimate Interest In A Political Leader’s Sex Life?” Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, October 1979
52. 342. “Should the Government Subsidize the Arts?” Policy Review, Fall 1979
53. 343. “Trial Balloons,” Taxing and Spending, Fall 1979
54. 344. “Trying to See the Distant Future,” Review of “World Economic Development: 1979 and beyond” by Herman Kahn, Fortune, October 8, 1979
55. 345. “Unpardonable Pardon,” (Patty Hearst), Equitas, March 1979
56. 346. “Dealing with the Death Penalty,” Letter to the Editor, Sunday New York Times Magazine, May 6, 1979
57. 347. “Breaking Bones,” Review of “Breaking Ranks” by Norman Podhoretz, National Review, February 8, 1980
58. 348. “Birds, Bees, and Bathroom Tours,” (Sex Education Revisited), National Review, December 7, 1979.
59. 349. “Realistic Steps for Reforming Welfare,” Journal of the Institute for Socioeconomic Studies, Winter 1979
60. 350. “Psychoanalyzing Jimmy Carter,” Review of “Jimmy Carter: An Interpretive Biography” by B. Mazlish, Fortune, April 2,1980
61. 351. “Prisons Cost Too Much Because They are Too Secure,” Corrections, April 1980
62. 352. “Pornography and Censorship,” Policy Review, Summer 1980
63. 353. “A Good Man Gone Wrong,” Review of “The Zero Sum Society” by Lester Thurow, National Review, November 28, 1980
64. 354. Review of “For Capital Punishment” by Walter Berns, American Political Science Review, June 1980
65. 355. “What Textbooks Say About Criminality,” University Bookman, Autumn 1980
66. 356. “Once More Without Feeling,” Review of “Thy Neighbor’s Wife” by Guy Talese, National Review, March 6, 1981
67. 357. Letter to the Editor on Midge Decter’s “The Boys on the Beach (Homosexuality),” Commentary, December 1980
68. 358. “Judgement and Delinquency,” Letter to the Editor on “What Works?” by Robert Wilson, Character, February 1981
69. 359. “Alliance with China,” Letter to the Editor on “China Policy for the 1980s,” by Michael Oksenberg, Foreign Affairs, Spring 1981
70. 360. “In Response to Isaac Rosenfeld,” Letter to the Editor, Partisan Review, No.3 1980
71. 361. Letter to the Editor on “Peers” by David W. Johnson, Character, November 1981
72. 362. Letter to the Editor on “The Ministry of Culture” by Michael M. Mooney, Harper’s, Undated
73. 363. “Marxism as Pseudo-Science,” Unification Theological Seminary, Barrytown, NY, October 11,1980, and Reason Papers, No.12, Spring 1987
74. 364. Lengthy Quotes in “The Critique of Mental Illness” by William Hasker, Journal of Psychology and Theology, Spring 1977
75. 365. Letter to the Editor on “The Future Danger” by Norman Podhoretz, Commentary, August 1981
76. 366. “An American Foreign Legion?” Policy Review, Fall 1981
77. 367. “Can Philosophers Be Angry?” Letter to the Editor on Sonya Rudikoff’s Essay of the Same Title, The American Scholar, Winter 1981/1982
78. 368. “The Case for Suppressing Pornography,” The Washington Star, May 28,1980
79. 369. Testimony on Gun Control before the Joint Assembly Senate Committee Hearing, April 16, 1980
80. 370. “Neutrality Won’t Work for Europe,” Letter to the Editor on “Finlandization,” Editorial by Irving Kristol, Wall Street Journal, August 5, 1981
81. 371. Letter to the Editor on “The Portland Declaration” by Kudhnelt-Leddihn, National Review, Nov. 13, 1981
82. 372. Review of “The Letters of Karl Marx” by Saul Padover, Hadassah Magazine, June/July 1980
83. 373. “Punishment as a Device for Controlling the Crime Rate,” Rutgers Law Review, Spring 1981
84. 374. “Sense and Nonsense About Wealth and Poverty,” Review of “Wealth and Poverty” by George Gilder, Fortune, July 13, 1981
85. 375. “Bedpan Hospitality,” The American Spectator, December 1981
86. 376. Testimony on the Selection and Confirmation of Federal Judges before the Committee on the Judiciary: U.S. Senate (Mikua), July 19, 1979
87. 377. “The President Governs Well,” (Carter), Sunday New York Times, January 28, 1979
88. 378. “How to Make Hospitals Hospitable,” Fortune, May 17,1982
89. 379. “Gildering the Lily,” Review of “Capitalism Is For Givers” by George Gilder, The American Spectator, May 1982
90. 380. “Making Crime Cost and Lawfulness Pay,” Society, July/August 1982
91. 381. “The Criminal Law as a Threat System,” Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Summer 1982
92. 381a. “Reply To Dr. John Braithwaite,” Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Summer 1982
93. 382. “Comment on Challenging Just Deserts” by John Braithwaite, Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Summer 1982
94. 383. “Feeble Attack on Tuition Tax Credits,” New York Times, Sept. 11, 1982
95. 384. “Fear of Punishment,” (John Hinkley), The Advocate, Fordham Univ. Law School, 1982.
96. 385. Letter to the Editor on “The Bible’s Inspired Art” by Chaim Potk, New York Times Sunday Magazine, Nov. 14, 1982
97. 386. Letter to the Editor on “Is Homosexuality Normal?” by Steven Goldberg, Policy Review, Winter 1983
98. 387. “Natural Law and Natural Rights,” in “Sidney Hook; Philosopher of Democracy and Humanism,” edited by Paul Kurtz, Prometheus Books, 1983, and Policy Review, Winter 1983
99. 388. “U.S. Taxpayers Carrying Burden to Protect Allies,” The Pittsburgh Press, Dec. 18, 1982
100. 389. “Could Successful Rehabilitation Reduce the Crime Rate?” Journal Of Criminal Law and Criminology, Fall 1982
101. 389a. “How Not To Cut Crime- Rehabilitating Criminals Cannot Cut Crime,” Policy
Review, Fall 1983

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Note: The first number is the folder number and the second is the number assigned by the creator in the bibliography found in Series 1.

1. 390. “When Aiding Latins,” (Aid to Central America), New York Times, February 3, 1983
2. 391. Letter to the Editor on “Dressing Down” by Michael Kinsley, Harpers, April 1983
3. 392. “Strange news from the South Seas,” Review of “Margaret mead and Samoa” by Derek Freeman, Fortune, April 18, 1983
4. 393. “Bedpan Hospitality II,” The American Spectator, May 1983
5. 394. “How to Get a handle on the Addiction Problem,” Review of “The Hardest Drug” by John Kaplin, Wall Street Journal, May 10, 1983
6. 395. “Should We Bring Home the Troops?” National Review, June 24, 1983
7. 396. “The Great Government Should Stay Away,” Journal of Arts, Management and Law, Spring 1983
8. 397. Poem on Dinesh D’Souza’s Article on Art Subsidized by Taxpayers, Policy Review, Summer 1983
9. 398. “Parole harms Society and Criminals Both,” Los Angeles Times, May 26, 1983
10. 399. “Capital Punishment,” Debate Transcript Between E.v.d. Haag and Henry Schwarzschild, from “The American Debate,” Washington, D.C., July 24, 1983, and ABA Journal, April 1985
11. 400. Review of “The Homosexual Network” by Enrique T. Rueda, The American Spectator, September 1983
12. 401. “The Media and Revolution,” Lecture Given at the World Media Conference, Cartagena, Columbia, September 4-10, 1983
13. 402. “For the Death Penalty,” New York Times, Op. Ed., October 17, 1983
14. 403. Review of “Making America Work Again” by J. Morton Davis, National Review, December 9, 1983
15. 404. “Thinking About Crime Again,” Commentary, December 1983
16. 405. “The Tourist Menace,” The American Spectator, January 1984
17. 406. “Professor Ernest van den Haag Talks Tough on Crime and Pornography,” Interview, Dartmouth Review, November 14, 1983
18. 407. “How To Pay for Higher Education,” Prospect, January 1984
19. 408. “Life and Death Decisions,” Letter to the Editor on “Decisions of Death” by David Bruck, The New Republic, January 23, 1984
20. 409. “Baby Jane Doe,” National Review, February 10, 1984
21. 410. “The Origins of Socialism,” The American Spectator, February 1984
22. 411. “A Right to Die?” National Review, May 4, 1984
23. 412. Reviews of “The Death Penalty: A Debate,” New York: Plenum Publishing, 1983
24. 413. “Politics Against Law,” Review of “The Politics of Law: A Progressive Critique,” Edited by David Kairys, Michigan Law Review, February 1984
25. 414. “Stronger Laws Needed to Curb Press Abuses,” U.S.A. Today, May 11, 1984
26. 415. “Is There A Relationship Between Pornography and Sexual Violence?” Human Sexuality, August 1984
27. 416. “The Insanity Defense: An Exchange,” Criminal Justice Ethics, Winter/Spring 1984
28. 417. “Tainted Evidence Threatens No One,” U.S.A. Today, July 9, 1984
29. 418. “A Good Word for Deficits,” National Review, August 24, 1984
30. 419. “Smashing Liberal Icons: A Collection of Debates” by E.v.d. Haag, Heritage Foundation, 1984
31. 420. “Do We Need Exclusionary Rules?” The Advocate, September 1984
32. 421. Review of “Smashing Liberal Icons,” National Review, November 2, 1984
33. 422. “Had We Police Enough, and Time, This Coyness, Scarman, Where No Crime,” Daily Telegraph (London), October 25, 1984
34. 423. “Comment on John Caplain’s ‘Administering Capital Punishment,’” University of Florida Law Review, Spring 1984
35. 424. Reply to Professor Robert Johnson, Justice Quarterly, December 1984
36. 425. “New Arguments Against Capital Punishment,” National Review, February 8, 1985
37. 426. “More Nuclear Proliferation Please,” New York Times, Op. Ed., February 11, 1985
38. 427. Article on Government Subsidy of Art, U.S.A. Today, January 31, 1985
39. 428. “Limiting Plea Bargaining and Prosecutorial Discretion,” Cumberland Law Review, Stamford University, 1984-1985
40. 429. “The Death Penalty Vindicates the Law,” ABA Journal, April 1985
41. 430. “Witness Against Pornography,” Forum, May 1985
42. 431. “Smokers Have Rights Too,” New York Times, April 9, 1985
43. 432. “New Laws Are Needed to Cure Media Excess,” U.S.A. Today, April 12, 1985
44. 433. “Refuting Reiman and Nathanson,” Philosophy and Public Affairs, Spring 1985
45. 434. Letter on Roger Starr, New York Magazine, June 10, 1985
46. 435. “The Neoclassical Theory of Crime Control,” In Theoretical Methods in Criminology, Edited by Robert F. Meier, Sage Publications, 1985
47. 435a. “Deterring Potential Criminals,” Research Reports, The Social Affairs Unit, 1985
48. 435b. “Deterring Potential Criminals,” Reprinted As “The Neoclassical Theory of Crime Control,” Criminal Justice Policy Review, January 1986
49. 436. “Rights and Obligations of Prisoners,” New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement, Winter 1985
50. 437. “Meant To Be Selective,” Letter to the Editor on “The Death Penalty Lottery” by Representative John Conyers Jr., Sunday New York Times, July 14, 1985
51. 438. “Reflections on Von Bulow,” National Review, July 26, 1985
52. 439. “Legalize Those Drugs We Can’t Control,” Wall Street Journal, August 8, 1985
53. 440. “Abortion: A Civilized Exchange,” National Review, September 6, 1985
54. 441. “What Makes Johnny Steal?” Review of “Crime and Human Nature” by Richard J. Herrnstein, Wall Street Journal, September 12, 1985
55. 442. “The Business of American Foreign Policy,” Foreign Affairs, Fall 1985
56. 443. Review of “Telling Right from Wrong” by Timothy J. Cooney, The American Spectator, October 1985
57. 444. Reviews of “On Courts and Democracy” and “A Capacity for Outrage” by Arthur Selwyn Miller, Constitutional Commentary, Summer 1985
58. 445. Letter to the Editor on Smoking and Professor John Banzhaf, The G.W. Advocate (George Washington University), October 7, 1985
59. 446. “The Death Penalty Once More,” U.C. Davis Law Review, Summer 1985
60. 448. “Symposium Contribution: Challenge and Response,” Commentary, November 1985
61. 450. “On Bedside Manners,” Review of “The Way of the Physician” by Jacob Needleman, The Washington Times, August 5, 1985

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1. 451. “Many Years Off,” New York Times, November 13, 1985
2. 452. Forum on Drugs, Harper’s, December 1985
3. 454. “Interests Incompatible,” Review of “Rivalry and Central Planning” by Don Lavoie, Times Literary Supplement, London, December 6, 1985
4. 455. Review of “Destroying Democracy” by James T. Bennett, New York Times Book Review, December 22, 1985
5. 456. “Must the American Criminal Justice System Be Impotent?” (Lecture September 19, 1985), The Washington Institute for Values in Public Policy, Pace Law Review, Spring 1986
6. 457. “On The Effects of Debate,” (In German), Die Grossen Kontroversen I, 1985
7. 458. “Debate on the Gay Rights Bill Controversy,” The New York Post, February 20, 1986
8. 459. “Death and Deterrence,” National Review, March 14, 1986
9. 460. “War and Peace: Foreign Policy in Belief,” The American Spectator, April 1986
10. 461. “Categorical Fuzziness,” The National Interest, No. 3, Spring 1986
11. 462. “Pornography, Privacy, and the Bias of Media,” Proceedings of the Seventh World Media Conference, 1985
12. 463. “The Media and the Social Order,” World Media Report, Winter 1986
13. 464. “The Ultimate Punishment: A Defence,” Harvard Law Review, May, 1986
14. 465. “On Sentencing,” In “Punishment and Privilege” Edited by W. Bryon Groves, Harrow and Heston, 1986
15. 466. “Stockman’s Debacle,” Review of “The Triumph of Politics” by David A. Stockman, National Review, June 6, 1986
16. 467. Review of “A Theory of Rights” by Carl Wellman, Constitutional Commentary, Summer 1986
17. 468. “Aggiornamento: An Historical Analysis,” Crisis, September 1986
18. 469. Review of “Smoking and Society” Edited by Robert Tollison, The American Spectator, October 1986
19. 470. “Penalize the Drug Consumers,” The World and I, October 1986
20. 471. “Pornography and the Law,” The Heritage Lectures, January 15, 1987
21. 471a. “Outlaw Porn,” The American Spectator, July 1987
22. 472. “Evolving Standards of Decency Are No Standards,” New Jersey Law Journal, March 19, 1987
23. 473. “Punishment: Desert and Crime Control,” Review of “Past or Future Crimes” by Andrew von Hirsch, Michigan Law Review, April/May 1987
24. 474. “The Utopian Mind,” Review of “A Conflict of Visions” by Thomas Sowell, Policy Review, Spring 1987
25. 475. “Can Any Legal Punishments of the Guilty Be Unjust to Them?”, “Justice in Punishment and Assumption of Risks” by Hugo Adam Bedau, and “Rejoinder to Bedau’s Comments,” The Wayne Law Review, Summer 1987
26. 476. “Fight Spread of Aids With: Legal Needles, Mandatory Tests- And Jail,” New York Post, July 13, 1987
27. 477. “A Living Constitution?” The Heritage Lectures, April 23, 1987
28. 477a. “A Living Constitution?” Excerpt Reprinted in The World and I, September 1987
29. 478. “On Conservatism,” The American Spectator, September 1987
30. 479. Reviews of “The U.N.: In or Out,” N.Y.: Plenum Publishing, 1987
31. 480. “Bork v. The Activists,” New York Post, October 16, 1987
32. 481. “The Last Twenty Years,” The American Spectator, December 1987
33. 482. Letter to the Editor on Aids, Commentary, February 1988
34. 483. “Yankee Stay Home,” National Review, April 1, 1988
35. 484. “A Hard but Practical Line,” The Prison Journal, Winter 1987
36. 485. “Religion in the 1980s”, National Forum, Winter 1988
37. 486. “Aids and Needles,” Letter to the Editor, Commentary, April 1988
38. 487. Review of “The Death Penalty in the Eighties” by Welsh S. White, University of Pittsburgh Law Review, Winter 1988
39. 488. “The Rights of Public Figures,” Policy Review, Spring 1988
40. 489. “Not Beyond Conjecture,” Letter to the Editor on “When a Reader Cancels” by Paul Johnson, The Spectator, May 28, 1988
41. 490. “Lending To Gorbachev,” National Review, July 22, 1988
42. 491. “A Correction,” Letter to the Editor on “They Made It” by Alfred Kazin, Dissent, Summer 1988
43. 492. “Capitalismo E. Liberdade,” Visao, May 4, 1988
44. 493. Reviews of “U.S. Ends and Means in Central America,” National Review, March 10, 1989, and The Economist, August 13, 1988
45. 494. Review of “Ambassador in Paris: The Reagan Years” by Evan Galbraith, The American Spectator, July 1988
46. 495. “No Special Treatment,” Reason, October 1988
47. 496. Interview on the Death Penalty with Igor Makurin, Echo of the Planet (Russian), November 1988
48. 497. “Why Gorbachev Won’t Make It,” The National Interest, Fall 1988
49. 498. Correction on “Miscarriages of Justice in Potentially Capital Cases” by Hugo Adam Bedau, Stanford
50. 499. “No Mandate,” National Review, December 9, 1988
51. 500. “And the Winner Is...,” Letter to the Editor on “Picasso and the Woman” by Roger Scruton, National Review, December 30, 1988
52. 501. “Social Agency Bureaucrats Hide Behind Confidentiality,” New York Post, January 11, 1989
53. 502. “The War Between Paleos and Neos,” National Review, February 24, 1989
54. 502a. Response to “The War Between Paleos and Neos,” National Review, April 7, 1989
55. 503. “Thoughts on Homeless Today,” The American Spectator, April 1989
56. 504. Review of “A Stradegy for Peace” by Sissela Bok, The Washington Times, March 6, 1989
57. 505. “Comrade, Can You Spare A Dime?” National Review, March 24, 1989
58. 506. “What the Constitution Plainly Protects Is Speech, Not Expression,” New York Post, July 4, 1989
59. 507. “Discourse on Method,” A Letter on Freddie Ayer, The Spectator, July 29, 1989
60. 508. “Transcending the Rules of Justice,” Letter to the Editor on Alan M. Dershowitz’ Review of “Pardons” by Kathleen Dean Moore, The New York Times Book Review, August 6, 1989
61. 509. “Kantian Dodge,” Letter to the Editor on “Moral Obtuseness in America” by Hadley Arkes, National Review, August 18, 1989
62. “Affirmative Action and Campus Racism,” Academic Questions, Summer 1989
63. 511. “Confirmed but not Bachelors,” National Review, September 15, 1989
64. 512. “Murdering the Death Penalty,” Review of “Capital Punishment and the American Agenda” by Franklin E. Zimring, Benchmark, Winter 1988
65. “The End of Communism in Italy,” National Review, December 8, 1989
66. 514. “Murderers Deserve the Death Penalty,” The World and I, November 1989
67. 515. “Abortion: The Morality- Is there a Middle Ground?” National Review, December 22, 1989
68. 516. “Is the United Nations Useful?” Social Education, September 1989
69. 517. “Why are They Begging?” The American Spectator, April 1990
70. 518. “Never Again,” (Against Drug Legalization), National Review, April 1, 1990
71. 519. “The Proper Goals of Punishment,” American Criminal Law Review, Spring 1989
72. 520. “Involuntary Patrons,” Vantage Point, Spring 1990
73. 521. “Crime Without Punishment,” National Review, April 16, 1990
74. 522. “Young Murderers,” The World and I, April 1990
75. 523. Letter to the Editor on “By Cozzens Possessed” by Dwight McDonald, February 1958
76. 524. Letter to the Editor on Paul Goodman, Commentary, April 1960
77. 525. Letter to the Editor on “The Case for Intervention in Cuba” by Irving Kristol, The New Leader, November 12, 1962
78. 526. Letter to the Editor on “The Case for a Family Allowance” by Mr. Moynihan, New York Times, February 1967
79. 527. Letter to the Editor on “The Question of Fidelity” by Simone de Beauvoir, Harper’s, Undated
80. 528. “One Smells a Rat,” The Recorder, March 26, 1990
81. 529. “On the Common Saying That it is Better that Ten Guilty Persons Escape than that One Innocent Person Suffer: Pro and Con,” with Jeffrey Reiman, Social Philosophy and Policy, Spring 1990
82. 530. Letter to the Editor on Capital Punishment, The Criminologist, May/June and July/August 1990
83. 531. Letter to the Editor, Commentary, September 1990
84. 531a. “Sex, Bananas, and the Arts,” Letter to the Editor, The New Republic, August 13, 1990
85. 532. “The Smokescreen of Addiction,” National Review, November 5, 1990
86. 533. “Social Intercourse,” Letter to the Editor, The Spectator, December 1, 1990
87. 534. “Prudent Bankers,” National Review, February 25, 1991
88. 536. “Sodom and Begorrah,” National Review, April 29, 1991
89. 537. Letter to the Editor on “Ex Cathedra,” The New Republic, May 13, 1991
90. 538. “The Arts and Public Funding,” Selections from Debate at the NALAA Convention, Connections, September 1990
91. 539. “Le Finalita Specifiche Della Sanzione Penale,” Biblioteca Della Leberta, April 1991
92. 540. “The Desolation of Reality,” The World and I, July 1991
93. 541. “On Centesimus Annus,” National Review, June 24, 1991
94. 541. “Emmet Till,” Letter to the Editor, American Scholar, Summer 1991
95. 542. “The Morality of Capital Punishment,” Duquesne Law Review, Summer 1991
96. 550. “The Lex Talionis Before and After Criminal Law,” Criminal Justice Ethics, Winter/Spring 1992

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1. 551. “Why Do American Children Learn So Little?” National Review, August 3, 1992
2. 551. “For Capital Punishment,” Isreal Law Review, Summer/Autumn 1991
3. 552. “At the Final Exit In Need of Help,” On Suicide, The Wall Street Journal, October 13, 1992
4. 553. Letter to the Editor on Jenny Teichman’s “The False Philosophy of Peter Singer,” The New Criterion, June 1993
5. 554. “Is Liberalism Just?” Review of “Political Liberalism” by John Rawls, The Public Interest, Fall 1993
6. 555. “An Expert Witness Disagrees: A Recantation,” National Review, November 1, 1993
7. 559. “How to Cut Crime,” National Review, May 30, 1994
8. 563. “How Is Entitlement Deserved?” Public Affairs Quarterly, 1994
9. 566. “Is War Unavoidable?” Chronicles, October 1995
10. 566. Letter to the Editor on “The Bell Curve” by Charles Murray, Commentary, August 1995
11. 567. “Crime: Age and Criminality,” Chronicles, March 1996
12. 569. “In Praise of the Wag Gap,” Wall Street Journal, June 29, 1996
13. 570. “Hospitals and Hotels,” Chronicles, October 1996
14. 571. “Whose Life Is It?” Criminal Law Bulletin, May/June 1997
15. 573. “Vengence Must Be Ours,” Letter to the Editor on “Abolish the Death Penalty, Officially” by John Dilulio, December 30, 1997
16. 574. “Peter Shaw,” Memorial Special Issue, Academic Questions, Vol. 9, No. 5, Undated
17. 575. “Why Does Suicide Have a Bad Reputation?” Chronicles, August 1998
18. 577. “Reflections on Punishment,” Criminal Law Bulletin, July/August 2000


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19. “Creating Cities for Human Beings,” The Municipal South, May 1960
20. “Homosexuality- A Disease?” Drum, July 1965
21. “Treatment of Woman Prisoners Verses male Prisoners,” Appearance on Take Two, Cable News Network, January 14, 1983
22. “A Look at Vigilante Justice: Taking the Law into Your Own Hands,” Appearance on Freeman Reports, Cable News Network, December 28, 1984
23. Letter to the Editor on “Between Guilt and Innocence” by John P. MacKenzie, Unidentified, August 16, 1985
24. Letters to the Editor, London Review of Books, August 1, 1986
25. Wrong Turns on the Road to Judicial Activism, Assistant Attorney General’s Office of Legal Policy, September 25, 1987
26. Review of “Feminism and Freedom” by Michael Levin, Policy Review, 1988
27. “A Correction,” Letter to the Editor Correcting Alfred Kazin’s “They Made It,” Dissent, Summer 1988
28. Letter to the Editor, Wall Street Journal, January 15, 1989
29. “Adverse Inferences from Silence,” Assistant Attorney General’s Office of Legal Policy, January 31, 1989
30. “Legal Punishment,” American Criminal Law Review, Spring 1989
31. “The Proper Goals of Punishment,” Discussion with Charles Murray and Barry Slotnick, American Criminal Law Review, Spring 1989
32. “Up from Blackstone,” Fortune, July 2, 1990
33. “Art, Nightmares, and David Lynch,” Letter to the Editor, National Review, October 15, 1990
34. “The Morality of Capital Punishment: An Exchange,” Duquesne Law Review, Summer 1991
35. “For Capital Punishment,” Israel Law Review, 1992
36. “Thinking About Rape,” The American Spectator, April 1992
37. “Does Democracy Make Girls Prettier?” Fortune, November 2, 1992
38. “Who Goes Homeless?” National Review, March 1, 1993
39. “Causes, Alleged and Actual, of the L.A. Riots,” Southern California Law Review, May 1993
40. “Smoking Anyone?” The Atlantic Monthly, 1994
41. “Academic Freedom and Tenure,” Pace Law Review, Fall 1994
42. “Exchange: Arguing About Capital Punishment,” Criminal Justice Ethics, Summer/Fall 1997
43. “Shades of Gray,” Letter to the Editor on “Marxism as Farce,” The New Criterion, September 1998


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44. “Some Notes on Family and Sex Patterns in Italy”, 1949
45. “Some Notes on Family and Sex Patterns in Italy”, 1949
46. “A Note of My Views on Segregation,” 1963
47. Quotes, 1964
48. “Individual War Crimes: Definitions and Causes,” July 1973
49. “Discrimination and the Death Penalty,” July 18, 1984
50. Letters to the Editor, 1985-1989
51. “A Lottery Could Help Reward Honesty and Reduce Bond Interest,” March 27, 1985
52. Untitled, Death Penalty, May 17, 1985
53. “On Discretion in Sentencing,” July 2, 1985
54. “Legalize Drugs?” September 18, 1985
55. Review of “The Economist’s View of the World” by Steven E. Rhoads, October 2, 1985
56. “Prostitution,” November 4, 1985
57. Untitled, On Crime and Juveniles, December 7, 1985
58. “Active and Passive Containment,” December 19, 1985
59. “Our Role In South Africa,” December 19, 1985
60. “The Gramm Rudman Ten Percent Weight Loss Diet,” 1986
61. Introduction to Sally Reed Book, February 5, 1986
62. “Is Capitalism Conservative?” March 25, 1986
63. “The Phallic Style,” April 27, 1986
64. “Moral and Political Dilemmas of Abortion,” and “Honesty on Prayer in Schools,” June 6, 1986
65. “Foreign Aid Anyone?” October 3, 1986
66. Preface to “Vengeance: The Fight Against Injustice” by Graeme Neuman, November 14, 1986
67. “Freedom and Social Justice: The Negative Definition,” June 3, 1987
68. “Are Prisons Too Costly?” November 29, 1987
69. “Are We Deadbeats, Chumps- or Practical?” December 6, 1987
70. A Strategy Vis A Vis The Soviet Problem,” 1988
71. Response to “The Unavoidability of Natural Law and Rights” by Tibor Machan, March 14, 1988
72. “Sex and the Media,” January 26, 1988
73. “Government Waste: A Modest Proposal,” December 30, 1988
74. “A Word for Yonkers,” 1989
75. “Aids and Politics,” 1989
76. Untitled, Andrew Sullivan and Homosexual Marriage, 1989
77. “Democratic Government and Art,” September 25, 1989
78. “Leadership?” March 23, 1990
79. “Why Does Our Government Make People Homeless?” March 23, 1990
80. “Addiction: Question and Answers,” May 11, 1990
81. “Redivivus: Erhard Redux,” Soviet Union Economy, September 27, 1991
82. “Psychiatry in Court,” January 14, 1992
83. “Varieties of Suicide,” February 17, 1992
84. “From Liberties to Entitlements,” March 22, 1993
85. “Should Illegal Drugs be Legalized?” June 29, 1993
86. “The Denunciatory Purpose of Incarceration,” 1995
87. “A Flash in the Pan?” undated
88. “A Note on the Closed Shop,” undated
89. “Black Studies: A Reappraisal,” Co-authored with Alan Reynolds, undated
90. “The Case Against Public Housing,” undated
91. “Counter Speculation and the Brennan Plan,” undated
92. Discrimination by Judges and Juries, undated
93. “Foreign Aid,” undated
94. “The Gap Between Rich and Poor,” undated
95. “Gorbachev: An Interim Balance,” undated
96. “Hiring and Firing at Will,” undated
97. “How to Reunify Germany,” undated
98. “If Men Were Angels,” undated
99. “Jealousy, Sex, and Love,” undated
100. “Juveniles and the Law,” undated
101. “Knowledge, Wisdom and the Universities,” undated
102. “Let’s Drop Prejudice Against Prejudice: How to Hate Your Neighbor,” undated
103. “Mass Communications Research: Toward a Broader Conception,” undated
104. “Marginal Analysis,” undated
105. “Mario and the Death Penalty,” undated
106. “Minimum Wage Legislation: Some Objectives and Some Effects, undated
107. “A Misconceived Controversy,” undated
108. “Natural Law and Natural Rights,” undated
109. “The One-Party Democracy,” undated
110. “On the Analysis of Mass Culture,” undated
111. “On What Grounds are Social Theories Accepted?” undated
112. “Prognosis in Schizophrenia,” undated
113. Review of “Science in the Cause of Man” by Gerard Piel, undated
114. “Some Hypothesis About Incidence of Syndromes and Analysts,” undated
115. “What Do We Hope to Achieve by Punishing Criminals?” undated
116. “Why Capital Punishment?” undated
117. Untitled, Affirmative Action, undated
118. Untitled, Death Penalty Abolitionists, undated
119. Untitled, Karl Marx, undated
120. Untitled, Social Science Educators, undated
121. Xenophobia and the Threat of Personality Disintegration, Untitled


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Subseries 4: References, 1969-1990

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1. 1969-1984
2. 1985
3. 1985, Death Penalty
4. 1985, Smoking
5. 1986
6. 1986, Death Penalty
7. 1990


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1. Boutilier v. U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, Homosexuality Case, U.S. Supreme Court, October 1966
2. City of Renton v. Playtime Theaters, U.S. Supreme Court, State of Washington and U.S. Supreme Court, 1983-1986
3. Cooper v. Mitchell Brother's Santa Ana Theater, U.S. Supreme Court, 1980-1982
4. Desegregation Cases, 1960
5. Desegregation Cases, 1963
6. Desegregation Cases, 1965
7. Desegregation Cases, 1966-1968
8. Desegregation Cases, 1970
9. Desegregation Cases, 1973
10. Desegregation Cases, 1973
11. Elkholy v. Sarasota Palms and Aslanian, Sarasota County, FL, 1989-1991
12. Elkholy v. Sarasota Palms and Aslanian, Sarasota County, FL, Medical Charts, January 1989
13. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. International Brotherhood of Electric Workers, et al. U.S. District Court, Southern District of NY, April 1990
14. Psychological Examination, Dallas, TX, November 4, 1983
15. Southwest Africa Cases, International Court of Justice, The Hague, 1965
16. U.S. House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Education, Emergency School Aid Act of 1970, June/July 1970
17. U.S. House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Africa, U.S.-South African Relations, March 23, 1966, August 8, 1996
18. U.S. Parole Commission, December 7, 1978
19. U.S. Senate, Subcommittee on Children and Youth, Day Care Centers, March 27, 1972
20. U.S. Senate, Subcommittee on Criminal Laws and Procedures, Criminal Code Reform Act, June, 1977

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1. Fordham University, General, 1981-1983
2. Fordham University, Received, 1981-1982
3. Fordham University, Sent, 1981-1983
4. General, 1962-2000
5. Personal, 1992-1999
6. Proposed Experiments, 1952-1953


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1. Capital Punishment, 1989-1996
2. Employment, 1986-1989
3. Law, Crime, and Punishment, 1968-1978
4. Law, Crime, and Punishment, 1981-1996


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Subseries 1: New School Lecture Notes, 1935-1981

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1. Actors, undated
2. American Culture, 1952-1958
3. American Gregariousness, undated
4. American Values, undated
5. Civilization, 1951-1954
6. Democracy, 1953-1955
7. Democracy, 1953-1955
8. Equality, 1952
9. Europe and America, 1951-1958
10. Freedom, 1951-1956
11. Group Psychology, undated
12. Labor Unions, 1977-1979
13. Organization of Society, undated
14. Philosophy of Personality, 1953-1963
15. Philosophy of Personality, 1958-1981
16. Philosophy of Personality, 1959-1979
17. Philosophy of Personality, 1962-1963
18. Philosophy of Personality, 1963-1964
19. Philosophy of Personality, 1963-1972
20. Philosophy of Personality, 1963-1972
21. Philosophy of Personality, 1963-1978
22. Philosophy of Personality, 1964-1968
23. Philosophy of Personality, 1964-1974
24. Philosophy of Personality, 1966-1975
25. Philosophy of Personality, 1971-1972
26. Philosophy of Personality, Love, 1955
27. Popular Culture, 1953-1958
28. Postulates, 1946-1951
29. Postulates, 1946-1951
30. Postulates, 1946-1951
31. Purpose of Life, undated
32. Revolt of the Masses, 1952-1953
33. The Individual In Crisis, 1944-1948
34. The Individual In Crisis, 1951-1971
35. The Individual In Crisis, 1952
36. The Individual In Crisis, 1952
37. The Individual In Crisis, 1952-1953

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1. The Individual In Crisis, 1952-1965
2. The Individual In Crisis, 1952-1969
3. The Individual In Crisis, 1953
4. The Individual In Crisis, 1953-1971
5. The Individual In Crisis, 1954
6. The Individual In Crisis, 1954-1957
7. The Individual In Crisis, 1954-1964
8. The Individual In Crisis, 1954-1971
9. The Individual In Crisis, 1954-1978
10. The Individual In Crisis, 1955-1966
11. The Individual In Crisis, 1956-1972
12. The Individual In Crisis, 1962-1973
13. The Individual In Crisis, 1964-1967
14. The Individual In Crisis, Art, 1954
15. The Individual In Crisis, Advertising, 1952-1959
16. The Individual In Crisis, Detectives, 1952-1957
17. The Individual In Crisis, Fashion, 1954
18. The Individual In Crisis, Kerovac, 1968
19. The Individual In Crisis, Leisure, 1959-1964
20. The Individual In Crisis, Movies, 1952-1961

Box 3
Folder

1. The Individual In Crisis, Pop Culture, 1952
2. The Individual In Crisis, Pop Culture Comics, 1952-1959
3. The Individual In Crisis, Race, 1935-1938
4. The Individual In Crisis, Religion, 1951-1963
5. The Individual In Crisis, Science Fiction, 1958-1959
6. The Individual In Crisis, Sports, 1952
7. The Individual In Crisis, Success, 1953-1967
8. The Individual In Crisis, Television, 1956
9. The Individual In Crisis, The New Yorker, 1954-1958
10. The Individual In Crisis, The Western Hero, 1953-1956
11. Tradition and Dignity, undated
12. Untitled Notes, undated


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Series 6: Academic, 1935-1997
Subseries 2: New York University School of Law, 1992-1997

Box 4
Folder

1. Colloquium on Constitutional Theory, Spring 1996
2. Colloquium on Constitutional Theory, Spring 1997
3. Program for the Study of Law, Philosophy and Social Theory, Fall 1993
4. Program for the Study of Law, Philosophy and Social Theory, Fall 1994
5. Program for the Study of Law, Philosophy and Social Theory, Fall 1995
6. Program for the Study of Law, Philosophy and Social Theory, Fall 1996
7. Program for the Study of Law, Philosophy and Social Theory, Fall 1996
8. Program for the Study of Law, Philosophy and Social Theory, Fall 1997
9. Program for the Study of Law, Philosophy and Social Theory, Fall 1997


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Series 6: Academic, 1935-1997
Subseries 3: Fordham University, 1982-1986

Box 5
Folder

1. Bulletin, 1985-1986
2. Course Descriptions and Schedules, 1982-1984
3. Grant Contract Expenditure Reports, 1983-1984
4. Olin Lecture, “Feminism and the Family,” Address Delivered by Midge Decter, Fordham University, New York City, NY, October 31, 1983


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Series 7: Conferences and Meetings, 1947-1999

Box 1
Folder

1. American Academy of Psychotherapists, Tenth Annual, Washington, D.C., October 16-17, 1965
2. Attorney General’s Conference: “Criminal Justice: Approaches to Reform,” May 20, 1988
3. Brochures, 1947-1966
4. Brochures, 1975-1986
5. Claremont Institute, “The Ambiguous Legacy of the Enlightenment,” Claremont, CA, January 25-27, 1990
6. Dickinson School of Law, “The Death Penalty in America: The Debate Rages On,” Carlisle, PA, April 29, 1991
7. International Conference on Justice in Punishment, Israel, 1988
8. Memorial Conference, “The Legacy of Henry G. Manne,” Williamsburg, VA, May 21-22, 1999
9. Mont Pelerin Society, “Enemies of Freedom: The Capitalists,” Address Delivered, c. 1984-1985
10. National Conference on Punishment of Criminal Offences, “The Justification of Punishment,” Address Delivered, Ann Arbor, MI, November 9-10, 1987
11. Social Philosophy and Policy Center, “Crime, Culpability, and Remedy, San Diego, CA, April 20-23, 1989
12. University at Albany, “The Idea of Criminal Justice,” Albany, NY, April 13-14, 1989
13. University at Albany, “The Death Penalty: Perspectives on the Past and Future in New York State,” Albany, NY, April 14-16, 1991
14. University of Tulsa, “Why Is There So Much Crime?” Address Delivered, Tulsa, OK, April 11, 1991


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