M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

GERMAN AND JEWISH INTELLECTUAL EMIGRE COLLECTION



Finding Aid for the
John H. Herz Papers, 1911-1990

(GER-015)

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Finding Aid Completed by
Sandra Hunt Hawrylchak
March 24, 2010







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VOLUME: 31 cubic feet.

ACQUISITION: The bulk of the materials in the collection were donated by John H. Herz in March 1980. Additional materials were added to the collection by Herz up until and immediately following Herz’s death in 2005. , M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives,

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Chronology of Events

Scope and Content Note

Series Descriptions

Box and folder list:


John H. Herz Papers
Biographical Sketch

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John H. Herz was born as Hans Herz in Düsseldorf, Germany to Carl and Elizabeth Aschaffenburg Herz on September 23, 1908. Herz received his grammar school and high school education in Düsseldorf and graduated from the Städtisches Realgymnasium zu Düsseldorf in 1927. Herz continued his studies at the Universities at Freiburg im Breisgau, Heidelberg, Berlin and Cologne, and graduated with a degree in public law from the University of Cologne in 1931 under the direction of Hans Kelsen. From 1931 to 1933, Herz served in the courts of Düsseldorf as Gerichtsreferendar (clerk), until the Nazi racist laws forced his dismissal in 1933. Even after his dismissal in 1933, Herz continued to work as an attorney’s assistant to a private firm in Düsseldorf until 1935, when he was able to immigrate to Switzerland under a student visa. For the next three years, Herz worked as a translator for the International Labour Office in Geneva, while at the same time attending the Institut Universitaire de Hautes Études Internationales. Herz received a “diplôme” from the institute in 1938 with a thesis entitled The National Socialist Doctrine of International Lawand published in the same year under the pseudonym Eduard Bristler.

In 1938, Herz emigrated to the U.S. and began his U.S. career as John H. Herz at the Institute of Advanced Studies in Princeton, New Jersey, where he remained for the next three years. In 1941, he married Anne Klein and accepted a position as an Instructor in Government at Howard University in Washington, D.C., where he remained until 1952. During his years in Washington, Herz became an American citizen in 1944 and also served as a political analyst in the Central European Section of the Office of Strategic Services and for the U.S. Intelligence and Research Office of the Department of State, as well as continuing to write and publish in the fields of political science and international politics. In 1951, Herz received the Woodrow Wilson Foundation Book Award for his publication, Political Realism and Political Idealism, and in 1952, with co-editor Gwendolen Carter, published the first edition of the textbook, Major Foreign Powers, which was reprinted 5 additional times (1952, 1957, 1962, 1967 and 1972).

In 1952, John Herz accepted a position as Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at the City College of the City University of New York, where he remained until his retirement at the rank of Full Professor in 1977. During his years at City College, Herz served as Chairman for the Masters Program in International Relations (1953-1977) and also accepted Visiting Professorships at Columbia University, the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research, the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy of Tufts University, the Freie Universität Berlin and the University of Marburg. In addition to his ambitious teaching career, Herz continued his association with Gwendolen Carter and together they published three additional works, which became standard textbooks in U.S. universities: Government and Politics in the Twentieth Century (1961), Documents of Major Foreign Powers (1968) and German Constitutional Documents Since 1871 (1970).

After his retirement in 1977 with the title of Professor Emeritus, Herz became a member of the Center for European Studies at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and continued to publish books, articles and lecture in the area of political theory and government. In 1984, Herz completed his autobiography, which was published in German as Vom Überleben. Wie ein Weltbild entstand.

John Herz died on December 26, 2005 in Scarsdale, New York.




Chronology of Events

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1908              Born September 23 in Düsseldorf as Hans Herz, son of Carl (a judge) and Elizabeth Aschaffenburg Herz.
1915-1927     Attended grade school and high school (Gymnasium).
1927-1931     Attended universities in Freiburg im Breisgau, Heidelberg, Berlin and Cologne.
1931              Awarded Dr. jur. from the University of Cologne, with a dissertation under the direction of Hans Kelsen, Die Identität des Staates, published in                       Düsseldorf in 1931.
1931-1933     Served as Gerichtsreferendar in the courts in Düsseldorf until he was dismissed under racist Nazi legislation in 1933.
1933-1935     Worked as attorney’s assistant (Wenderoth) in Düsseldorf.
1935              Emigrated to Switzerland on student visa.
1935-1938     Attended Graduate Institute of International Studies (Institut de Hautes Études Internationales) in Geneva, Switzerland; received a diploma with a                       thesis on The National Socialist Doctrine of International Law (Die Völkerrechtslehre des Nationalsozialismus), which he published under the                       pseudonym Eduard Bristler; worked concurrently as a translator for the International Labour Office in Geneva.
1938              Emigrated to the United States.
1938-1941     Member of the Institute of Advanced Study, Princeton University.
1940              Summer, Instructor at Trinity College, Hartford, CT, in the Department of History and Political Science.
1941              June 22, married Anne Klein.
1941-1952     Professor, Department of Government, Howard University, Washington, D.C.
1943-1945     Served as a political analyst in the Central European Section of the Office of Strategic Services, Washington, D.C.
1944              Became U.S. citizen.
1945              Aide to U.S. Prosecutor for Nazi Criminality at Nuremberg, Germany.
1946              Birth of son, Stephen.
1946-1948     Political analyst for the Intelligence and Research Office, U.S. Department of State.
1951              Awarded Woodrow Wilson Foundation Book Award for Political Realism and Political Idealism.
1952-1977     Associate professor then full professor, Department of Political Science, City College of the City University of New York (teaching courses in                       international politics, political theory, comparative politics).
1953              Summer, consultant to RAND Corporation to conduct a study of the political attitudes of the West German civil service and judiciary.
1953-1954     Rockefeller Foundation fellowship.
1953-1977     Chairman, Masters Program in International Relations, City College.
1953-1968     Visiting Professorships at Columbia University (1957, 1966); New School for Social Research, Graduate Faculty (1953, 1958); Fletcher School of                       Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University (1963); Freie Universität Berlin (1960); Universität Marburg (1968).
1960              Fulbright teaching fellowship to teach at Freie Universität Berlin.
1963-1964     Rockefeller Foundation fellowship.
1974              Awarded the Verdienstkreuz 1. Klasse by the West German government on October 24.
1977              Retirement; granted status of Professor Emeritus; member of the Center for European Studies at the Graduate Center of the City University of New                       York.
1981              Carl von Ossietzky Professor at Freie Universität Berlin.
1984              Publication of autobiography in German, Vom Überleben. Wie ein Weltbild entstand.
2003              Death of wife, Anne Klein Herz.
2005              Died on December 26 in Scarsdale, New York.


John H. Herz Papers
Scope & Content Note

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The John H. Herz Papers consist of 31 cubic feet of materials. The collection includes documents and autobiographical materials (including his autobiographyVom Überleben), professional and personal correspondence, copies of his published and unpublished writings (manuscripts, typescripts, reprints and books), texts of numerous speeches and lectures (published and unpublished), teaching materials, as well as Herz’s research collections on topics relating to his writings and lectures. The collection contains a nearly complete collection of Herz’s writings spanning six decades from his early years in Germany and Switzerland to his later years in the United States after his forced emigration in 1938.


John H. Herz Papers
Series Descriptions

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Series 1 – Biographical & autobiographical materials, 1918-2005. 70 file folders + oversized documents,arranged chronologically.

This series contains some documents from Herz’s early years in Düsseldorf, includes notebooks from his university courses in Freiburg im Breisgau, Berlin and Heidelberg, as well as documents from his years in Geneva, Switzerland (1935-1938). A large portion of this series is devoted to Herz’s autobiographical writings, including travelogues, interviews of Herz by others, and several versions of his autobiography, published in German in 1984 as Vom Überleben. Wie mein Weltbild entstand, and the unpublished English version, On Human Survival.

Series 2 – General correspondence, 1938-2005. 124 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

The general correspondence series contains correspondence with Herz’s colleagues in the academic community, as well as personal correspondence, and includes lengthy exchanges with: Enno Bartels, Honoré Catudal Jr., Ernst Otto Czempiel, Ossip and Lili Flechtheim, Christian Hacke, Uwe Prell, Kenneth Thompson and Erich Wenderoth.

Series 3 – Correspondence with publishers, co-editors, contributors to volumes, 1949-1995. 84 folders.

The first section of this series is arranged chronologically according to the date of the specific publication and contains extensive correspondence with co-editors Gwendolen Carter and Louise Holborn and Otto and Anne Kirchheimer, correspondence with publishers, royalty statements, as well as correspondence with contributors to essay volumes. The second section of the series is arranged alphabetically by the name of the publishing house or periodical publication.

Series 4 – Organizations & institutions: correspondence, minutes, publications, newsletters, 1943-2002. 73 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series, in addition to containing materials relating to the universities where Herz taught and lectured, contains substantial correspondence and publications relating to the Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, the Conference Group on German Politics and the New School for Social Research.

Series 5 – Manuscripts, typescripts, proofs of monographs, textbooks, 1952-1982. 55 file folders, arranged chronologically.

This series contains manuscripts, typescripts and proofs of Herz’s longer works, including Major Foreign Powers, Government and Politics in the Twentieth Century and From Dictatorship to Democracy. Also present in this series are reviews of many of Herz’s major publications, 1931-1982.

Series 6 – Essayistic writings, poetry, short prose, 1930-2005. 305 file folders.

This series is divided into three sub-series. The first two sub-series (1) Essayistic, prose, poetry (133 file folders) and (2) Letters to the Editor (83 file folders) are arranged chronologically, while the third sub-series (3) Herz’s reviews of works by others (89 file folders) is arranged alphabetically by the author of the work reviewed. This series contains a nearly complete set of Herz’s published essayistic writings, as well as a small number of unpublished essays, poems and stories.

Series 7 – Texts of lectures, conference materials; course notes & lectures. 133 file folders, arranged chronologically.

This series contains typescripts as well as some handwritten notes to lectures delivered by Herz at universities in the U.S. and Germany, as well as at conferences and seminars. In addition to Herz’s lectures, this series also contains additional conference materials and papers delivered by others. Herz’s teaching materials, including syllabi, reading lists, examination questions and lecture notes are also found in this series.

Series 8: Series 8 – Publications by colleagues, other scholars. 259 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains primarily reprints sent to Herz by colleagues, but also contains some typescripts of conference and other papers. Represented in this series are a substantial collection of publications by Ernst Otto Czempiel, Ossip K. Flechthiem, Gerhard Herz (brother of John Herz) and Otto Kirchheimer.

Series 9 – Political pamphlets. 235 file folders, arranged alphabetically.

Series 10 – Research materials, 1944-1994. 187 file folders, arranged alphabetically by subject.

This series is comprised almost exclusively of newspaper clippings collected by Herz over a 50-year period on topics of interest and used as reference materials for his writings, lectures and courses taught.

Series 11 – Audio and video tapes.  

This series contains audio tapes of the Human Survival Symposium organized by Herz in 1988 at C.U.N.Y., audio tapes of the 1998 reception given in Herz’s honor, and a copy of the video From Swastika to Jim Crow (1999), in which Herz and other scholars who taught at black colleges are featured.


John H. Herz Papers
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Biographical & autobiographical materials, documents, 1918-2005

Box 1
Folder

1. Diary, 1918.
2. Notebooks. Hindenburgschule, Städtisches Gymnasium und Realgymnasium, 1925-1926.
3. Notebooks. Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg i.Br., 1927.
4. Notebooks. Universität Heidelberg, 1928.
5. Notebooks, Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität zu Berlin, 1928-1929.
6. Notebooks, Universität Köln, 1929.
7. Letters of reference, 1933-1938.
8. Work contracts, International Labour Office, League of Nations, Geneva, 1935-1938.
9. Notebooks, Institut Universitaire de Hautes Études Internationales, Geneva, 1935-1936.
10. Certificates, Institut Universitaire de Hautes Études Internationales, Geneva, 1937-1938.
11. Applications for positions, grants, 1937-1952.
12. Documents relating to property at Goethestrasse 29, Düsseldorf, 1938-1950.
13. Herz’ Statement of Work and Activities in OSS, 1943-1944.
14. Restitution Claims: Carl and Elizabeth Herz, 1949-1954.
15. Miscellaneous address lists.
16. Curriculum vitae.
17. Bibliography of published writings, 1931-2002.
18. Lists of publications.
19. Certificates of honors, awards. See also documents located in Oversize Box 30.
20. Course announcements, Howard University, 1941-1943.
21. Course listings, announcements, 1953-1962.
22. Course listings, City College of New York, 1968-1975.
23. Personal accounts, mostly undated.
24. Photographs (2).
25. Miscellaneous personal materials.
26. “Herz participates in Democracy.” Undated autobiographical statement, ca. 1968.
27. Travel notes, August 1973.
28. “My Visit to Korea and Japan, January 1974.”
29. Photographs, International Symposium on Peace and Security, East Asia, Jan. 21-24, 1974.
30. Documents relating to Herz receiving Germany’s Verdienstkreuz 1. Klasse, Oct. 24, 1974.
31. Retirement dinner, Apr. 22, 1977.
32. John H. Herz zum 70. Geburtstag. Festschrift, 1978.
33. Herz Festschrift contributions, letters of congratulation, 1978.
34. CUNY Graduate Center News Reports citing Herz’ scholarly activities, 1978-1990.
35. Newspaper clippings about Herz, 1940-1994.
36. Newspaper clippings about Herz, Sept. 1997.
37. Newspaper clippings, 90th birthday, 1998.
38. Herz-Aschaffenburg Archive listing, Leo Baeck Institute, 1980-1993.
39. Elizabeth Aschaffenburg Herz. Last will, 1972.
40. Thekla Herz. Memoirs, 1928.
41. Interview about Herz’ OSS activities, ca. 1980.
42. “An Internationalist’s Journey through the Century.” Typescript, 1988.

Box 2
Folder

1. “Report on my trip to Germany (Frankfurt-Berlin) November 5-20, 1989.” Typescript, some correspondence.
2. From Swastika to Jim Crow. Transcript of a film in which Herz was featured, 1999. Copy of video (in cold storage room).
3. From Swastika to Jim Crow. Newspaper clippings, 2000-2001.
4. John H. Herz Award, City College, 2001.
5. Restitution correspondence, documents, 2001.
6. Michael Allen. “The Rational Surplus in a World of Kill or Perish: John Herz, Realist Liberalism and the Possibilities of Ethical Behavior in the Nuclear Age.” Typescript, Dec. 20, 1981.
7. Kurt Düwell. “Ossip K. Flechtheim und John H. Herz – fast parallele Lebensläufe.” Typescript, published version, 1998.
8. Angela Genger. “Zusammenfassung des Gesprächs mit John (Hans) Herz am 14.3.1997 in Scarsdale, N.Y.” Typescript.
9. Alfons Söllner. “Interview mit Prof. John Herz in New York am 30. November 1983.” Typescript.
10. Peter Stirk. “John H. Herz and international order.” Photocopies of published article, Apr. 2005.
11. “Lebensbericht. Eine Biographie meines Weltbildes.” Early version of Vom Überleben. Typescript, dated Apr. 26, 1983, pp. 1-106.
12. “Lebensbericht. Eine Biographie meines Weltbildes.” Typescript, pp. 107-193a.
13. “Lebensbericht. Eine Biographie meines Weltbildes.” Typescript, pp. 194-299.
14. Vom Überleben. Wie mein Weltbild entstand (1984). Typescript with corr., pp. 1-193a.
15. Vom Überleben. Wie mein Weltbild entstand. Typescript, pp. 194-299.
16. Vom Überleben. Register of persons (not printed in book). Card file.
17. Vom Überleben. Unbound printed copy with some corrections.
18. Vom Überleben. Notes.
19. Vom Überleben. Radio discussions.
20. Vom Überleben. Advertisements.
21. Vom Überleben. Reviews.
22. On Human Survival. How A World-View Emerged. Bound copies of English version of Vom Überleben, dated May 1988.
23. On Human Survival. Typescript, chapters 1-3.
24. On Human Survival. Typescript, chapters 1-7.
25. On Human Survival. Typescript. 155p.
26. On Human Survival. Typescript. 188p.
27. On Human Survival. Miscellaneous pages, chapters.
28. Income Tax returns, 1940s-1950s.


John H. Herz Papers
Box and Folder List

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Series 2: General Correspondence, 1938-2005.

Box 3
Folder

1. A – miscellaneous
2. Wolfgang Abendroth, 1961, 1965.
    Rolf Ahmann, 1986-1988.
3. Gabriel A. Almond, 1946, 1951, 1961, 1978.
    Erich Angermann, 1960.
    Joachim Arenth, 1989.
    Sinclair Armstrong, 1950.
4. Karl Aschaffenburg, 1944, 1946.
    Walter Aschaffenburg, 1977, 1993.
    Max Ascoli, 1949.
5. B – miscellaneous
6. Enno Bartels, 1980-2005.
7. Jewel Bellush, 1968, 1981, 1985, 1999.
    Joseph W. Bendersky, 1978-1979.
    Roger Benjamin, 1981.
    André Bessler, 1990.
8. Hans A. Bethe, 1950.
    Angelo Bolaffi, 1985.
9. Kenneth Booth, 2002-2005.
10. Edwin M. Borchard, 1938-1940.
      Gerard Braunthal, 1969, 1993.
      Max Brünn, 1938.
11. Franziska Buchegger, 1999.
      Valerie J. Bunce, 1984.
      Ralph J. Bunche, 1940, 1943, 1964.
12. C – miscellaneous.
13. Honoré (Marc) Catudal Jr., 1972-1988.
14. Sok Chough, 1973-1990.
15. Carl Q. Christol, 1987.
      James B. Christoph, 1974.
16. Ernst Otto Czempiel, 1969-1971.
17. Ernst Otto Czempiel, 1972-1974.
18. Ernst Otto Czempiel, 1975-1988.
19. Ernst Otto Czempiel, 1989-2005.
20. D – miscellaneous.
21. John A. Davis, 1964, 1988, 1996.
      Karl W. Deutsch, 1963, 1966.
      Matthew Dever, 1981.
22. Alfred Diamant, 1978.
      Joseph J. DioGuardi, 1985.
      Walter L. Dorn, 1949.
      Volker Dotterweich, 1980-1983.
23. Hans Drevermann, 1985.
      Ivo Duchacek, 1974-1984.
      Joseph Dunner, 1962-1963.
24. Kurt Düwell, 1997-1999.
25. E – miscellaneous.
26. Edward Mead Earle, 1940, 1951.
      William Ebenstein, 1948.
27. Theodor Ebert, 1981-1982, 1998.
      Henry W. Ehrmann, 1949.
      Elliott Eisenberg, 1973.
28. Rainer Eisfeld, 1991-1992.
29. Salo Engel, 1962-1963.
      Rainer Erd, 1980-1982.
      Fritz Erler, 1959.
      Richard Evers, 2002.
30. F – miscellaneous.
31. Richard A. Falk, 1966, 1971.
      Christian Fenner, 1975, 1977.
      Benjamin B. Ferencz, n.d.
      W. H. Ferry, 1987-1988.
      Iring Fetcher, 1966, 1974.
32. Ossip K. & Lili Flechtheim, 1944, 1958-1998.
33. Hans D. Fleischauer, 1984-1985.
      Abraham Flexner, 1940.
      Bernard Flexner, 1939.
34. William T. R. Fox.
      Daniel Frei, 1974-1976, 1985.
      John H. E. Fried, 1985.
      Toni Friedlaender, 1964.
      J. W. Fulbright, 1966.
35. G – miscellaneous.
36. J. W. Garner, 1938.
      Jürgen Gasper, 1992-1993.
37. Felix Gilbert, 1948, 1969, 1976, 1988, 1989.
      Horst von Gizycki, 1981, 1985.
      Peter Goddard, 2005.
      Dietrich Goldschmidt, 1980, 1995-1996.
      M. Greiffenhagen, 1964.
38. Fritz Grüters, 1929-1948.
39. Gisela Grüters, 1973-2003.
      Hilde Grüters, 1974-2001.
      Otto Grüters, 1967.
40. H – miscellaneous.
41. Christian Hacke, 1978-1990.
42. Christian Hacke, 1991-1998.
43. Christian Hacke, 1999-2005.
44. Edvard Hambro, 1951.
      Sungjoo Han, 1973-1974.
      M. Donald Hancock, 1978.
      Wolfram F. Hanreider, 1969-1971.
      David Harris, 1963.
45. Wilfried Heidt, 1975.
      Samuel Hendel, 1976.
      Gregory Henderson, 1973-1983.
      Alan K. Henrikson, 1976.
46. Anni Herz, 1974.
      Gerhard Herz, 1969-1985.
47. Herbert Herz, 1964-1974.
      Steven Herz, 1982-2002.
      Werner Herz, 2003-2004.
48. Helmut Hirsch, 1965-1997.
      Stanley Hoffmann, 1962, 1999.
      Margaret Hofmann, 1969.
49. Hajo Holborn, 1960.
      H. Stuart Hughes, 1951.
      Julian Huxley, 1950.
50. I, J – miscellaneous.
51. Hans-Adolf Jacobson, 1980-1983.
52. Egbert Jahn, 1990.
      Oscar Jászi, 1939.
      Martin Jay, 1970.
53. Inge Jens, 1990-1995.
54. Jim Jensen, 1974.
      Robert Jervis, 1978-1980.
      Philip Jessup, 1939-1940.
55. Hans & Ilsedore Jonas, 1986, 1991, 1999.
      Susanne Jonas, 1999.
      Steven Jonas, 1988.
      Irmgard Jordan, 1974-1977.
56. K – miscellaneous.
57. Ludwig Kahn, 1992.
      Richard Kaplan, 1985.
      K. William (Ted) Kapp, 1970.
58. Thomas G. Karis, 1984, 1999-2005.
59. Doris Karmin, 1984, 1988, 1990.
      Margaret P. Karns, 1984-1985.
60. Barry M. Katz, 1984-1986.
61. Hans Kelsen, 1951, 1964, 1966, 1971.
      George Kennan, 1980, 2004.
      Stephen D. Kertesz, 1961.
      Mario Kessler, 2004-2005.
62. Otto Kimminich, 1975-1977.
      Gottfried-Karl Kindermann, 1988-1989.
63. Jupp & Lore Kingsley, 1975.
      Fred Klestadt, 1968, 1979-1984.
      Wilfrid Kohl, 1978-1979.
      Donald P. Kommers, 1971.
64. Choong-Suk Kong, 1987-1988.
      Karlheinz Koppe, 1980-1982.
65. Pekka Korhonen, 1983.
      Erica Korody, 2001-2002.
      Melvin Kranzberg, 1978-1980.
      Albert Kraus, 1984.
66. Joseph Kruzel / James Rosenau, 1984-1988.
67. Erich Küchenhoff, 1968.
      H. J. (Gong Xiangrui) Kung, 1983.
      Josef L. Kunz, 1938.
68. L – miscellaneous.
69. J. J. Lador-Lederer, 1975-1976.
      Martin Landau, 1970.
      Stein Ugelvik Larsen, 1985.
      Thomas B. Larsen, 1962.
      Joel Larus, 1963.
      Jong Chan Lee, 1987.
70. Gerhard Leibholz, 1963-1976.
      Thedor Leuenberger, 1974-1975.
71. Ernst Levy, 1938-1939.
      Mordechai & Nada Levy, 1963-1986.
72. Guenter & Ilse Lewy, 1962, 2001.
      Werner Link, 1975-1983.
      Grete Lippmann, 1984.
73. Karl Loewenstein, 1940-1972.
      Richard Loewenstein, 1970.
      Nita M. Lowey, 1993-1994.
74. M – miscellaneous.
75. Andreas Maislinger, 1986-1987.
      Erika Mann, 1964.
      Vojtech Mastny, 1975-1982.
76. Frederick H. Mayer, 1977.
      Hans Mayer, 1982-1985.
77. Erich Mayer-Schneider, 1952, 1984-1990.
78. Charles A. McClelland, 1959.
      George McKenna, 2004.
      Frank Mecklenburg, 1985-1993.
79. Monika Medick-Krakau, 1982-2001.
      Manuel Medina, 1972-1974.
80. Aladár Métall, 1938-1939.
      Hans Meyerhof, 1951.
      Friedrich Middelhauve, 1958.
      Stefanie Middendorf, 2002.
81. J. V. Minghi, 1968.
      Ben Mollov, 1991-1992.
      Hans Morgenthau, 1943, 1949-1950, 1979-1980.
82. Steven Muller, 1962.
      Melvin Mutzner, 1984.
      Andreas Mytze, 1988.

Box 4
Folder

1. N, O – miscellaneous.
2. Franz Neumann, 1951.
    Walter Neumann, 1974-1975.
    Reinhold Niebuhr, 1952.
    Gottfried Niedhart, 1986.
    Lutz Niethammer, 1973, 1979, 1982.
3. Peter von Oertzen, 1974-1975.
4. P, Q – miscellaneous.
5. Henry M. Pachter, n.d.
    Jay Kyu Park, 1974-1989.
    Albert Phiebig, 1995, 1997.
6. Uwe Prell, 1986-1996.
7. Uwe Prell, 1997-2005.
8. Jana Puglierin, 2005.
9. R – miscellaneous.
10. Ellen Rafshoon, 1994-1996.
11. Inge & Mitja Rapoport, 1982, 1990-1996, 2001.
12. Johannes Rau, 1974-1975.
      Ogden R. Reid, 1971.
      Benjamin Rivlin, 1986-1988.
13. Romano Romani, 1970.
      Richard N. Rosencrance, 1962-1964.
      James N. Rosenau, 1968-1971.
      Joel H. Rosenthal, 1992.
      Dankwart A. Rustow, 1985-1987.
14. S – miscellaneous.
15. Christoph Sachsse, 1985.
      Abdul A. Said, 1966-1968.
      Albert Salomon, n.d.
      Will Schaber, 1984, 1994-1995.
16. Maria Schlegtendal, 1970-1976, 1984, 1992.
      Monika S. Schmid, 1998-1999.
17. George Schwab, 1974-1078, 1991.
      Andrew M. Scott, 1968.
      Paul Seabury, 1959-1963.
18. Peter Seidel (re: Invisible Walls), 1987-2002.
19. Rudolf Serkin, 1984.
      Robert Sharlett, 1978.
      Hans Simons, 1938-1939.
      Richard Sklar, 1984.
20. Ansgar Skriver, 1984-1986.
21. Jerome Slater, 1986-1987.
      Louis L. Snyder, 1965-1977.
      R. Soekardjo, 1960.
      John M. Spalek, 1979, 1980, 1982, 2002.
22. James P. Speer, 1967, 1985-1986.
      Kurt Steiner, 1986.
      Richard Sterling, 1971.
23. Frank Stern, 1988-1993.
24. Fritz Stern, 1966-1974.
      Roberto Sternau, 1985.
      Dolf Sternberger, 1978.
      Peter Stirk, 1999.
25. John G. Stoessinger, 1968.
      Matthias Stoffregen, 1996-2002.
26. Gerald Stourzh, 1968, 1978, 1987.
      Eckhard Stuff, 1982-1986.
      Richard N. Swift, 1962-1980.
      Istvan Szent-Miklos, 1972.
27. T, U – miscellaneous.
28. Klaus Täubert, 1998.
      Marion (Flechtheim) Thimm, 2005.
29. Kenneth Thompson, 1951-1952, 1979-1980, 1993-2001.
30. Piet Tommisson, 1992.
      Clifford Truesdell, 1937-1945, 1989-1990.
      G. L. Ulmen, 1984, 1992, 2002.
31. V, W – miscellaneous.
32. Detlev Vagts, 1989-1990.
      John A. Vieg, 1951.
      Stanley Volansky, 1977.
      Gert Von Eynern, 1974-1975.
      Vope, Renate, 1999.
33. Nicholas Wahl, 1960.
      Walter, Conston, Alexander & Green, 1991-1992.
      Kenneth N. Waltz, 1967, 1969.
      Henry Wasser, 1984.
34. Hermann Weber, 1985.
      Hans Wehberg, 1951, 1959.
      John Wellemeyer, 1963.
35. Erich Wenderoth, 1960-1993.
36. Wilhelm Wengler, 1949-1951.
      Martin Wight, 1961-1962.
      Richard Winston, 1966.
      Frederick M. Wirt, 1962-1964.
37. Klemens Wittebur, 1983.
      Arnold Wolfers, 1962.
      Steve Worth, 1970.
38. Gong Xiangrui, 1982.
      Gordon C. Zahn, 1961.
      Luyping Zhang, 1981-1985.
39. Miscellaneous unidentified correspondence.
40. Recommendations, A – F.
41. Recommendations, G – L.
42. Recommendations, M – Z.


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43. Political Realism and Political Idealism (1951) – University of Chicago Press, 1950-1985.
44. Political Realism and Political Idealism – Anton Hain Verlag, 1954-1959.
45. Political Realism and Political Idealism – Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award, 1951, general correspondence.
46. Major Foreign Powers (1952-1975) – Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1950-1962.
47. Major Foreign Powers – Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1963-1985.
48. Major Foreign Powers – Royalty statements, 1952-1975.
49. Major Foreign Powers – Gwendolen Carter, 1950-1964.
50. Major Foreign Powers – Gwendolen Carter, 1965-1986.
51. Major Foreign Powers – Earl Latham, n.d.
52. Major Foreign Powers – Carl E. Schorske, n.d.
53. International Politics in the Atomic Age (1959) – Columbia University Press, 1957-1985.
54. International Politics in the Atomic Age – Royalty statements, 1960-2003.
55. Government and Politics in the Twentieth Century (1961-1973) – Frederick A. Praeger Publishers, 1963-1986.
56. Government and Politics in the Twentieth Century – Royalty statements, 1961-1975.
57. Documents of Major Foreign Powers (1968) – Louise W. Holborn, 1956-1975.
58. Otto Kirchheimer memorial volume (1969) – notes by Herz, miscellaneous correspondence.
59. Hermann Luchterhand Verlag, 1966-1967.
60. Frederic S. Burin, 1965-1968, 1990.
      Val R. Corwin, 1966.
      Arkadij Gurland, n.d.
      Arnold J. Heidenheimer, 1966, 1970.
61. Erich Hula, 1966-1969.
62. Otto Kirchheimer, 1952.
      Anne Kirchheimer, 1965-1985.
63. Wolfgang Luthardt, 1975-1979, 1984-1989.
64. Kurt L. Shell, 1965-1968.

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1. German Constitutional Documents Since 1871 (1970) – Frederick A. Praeger Publishers, contract.
2. Divided Nations (1974) – general.
3. Staatenwelt und Weltpolitik (1974) – general correspondence, 1974-1975.
4. Staatenwelt und Weltpolitik – Hoffmann und Campe, 1973-1976, 1992.
5. From Dictatorship to Democracy (1983) – notes, copyright information, general correspondence, 1978-1983.
6. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Greenwood Press, 1982-1984.
7. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Giuseppe DiPalma, 1979-1982.
8. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Frederick Engelmann, 1979-1982.
9. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Michael Fichter, 1979-1982.
10. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Klaus-Dietmar Henke, 1979-1981.
11. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Hans Adolf Jacobsen, 1979.
12. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Béla Király, 1982.
13. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Manfred Knapp, 1979-1980.
14. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Jutta-B. Lange Quassowski, 1980-1984.
15. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Juan Linz, 1979-1983.
16. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Roy Macridis, 1980-1982.
17. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Edward Malefakis, 1979-1982.
18. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Kenneth Maxwell, 1979-1983.
19. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Karlheinz Niclauss, 1979-1982.
20. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Lutz Niethammer, 1979-1980.
21. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Harry Psomiades, 1981-1982.
22. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Arthur Tiedemann, 1979-1982.
23. Vom Überleben (1984) – general correspondence, 1985-1988.
24. Vom Überleben – Berg Publishers, Limited, 1983-1986.
25. Vom Überleben – Campus-Verlag, 1983-1984.
26. Vom Überleben – Droste Verlag, 1959, 1984-1995.
27. Vom Überleben – Duke University Press, 1987-1991.
28. Vom Überleben – Landeshauptstadt Düsseldorf, 1983-1984.
29. Vom Überleben – Suhrkamp Verlag, 1983-1984.
30. Kirchheimer Symposium (1985) – general correspondence, 1984-1985.
31. Kirchheimer Symposium – Alfons Söllner, 1985-1989.

Folders 32-62: General correspondence with publishers, newspapers.
32. ABC-Clio Press, 1973.
      Africa Today, 1964.
      Alfred A. Knopf, 1958.
      American Journal of International Law (Leo Gross), 1959.
      American Men of Science, 1962.
33. American Political Science Review, 1949-1989.
34. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1962, 1967.
      Aufbau (NY), 1974-2001.
35. Bleicher Verlag, 1990.
      Cambridge University Press, 1964.
      Carl Hanser Verlag, 1970.
      Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1963-1968.
      Chatham House Publishers, 1995.
36. The Christian Register, 1959.
      Classical Magazine, 1990.
      Colloquium Verlag, 1959.
      Comparative Politics, 1977.
      Cornell University Press, 1970-1972.
37. Current History, 1960, 1962.
      Current Thought on Peace and War, 1961, 1964.
      Cyrco Press, 1975, 1978.
      David McKay Publishers, 1973, 1975, 1977.
      Dissent, 1975.
      Europa-Archiv, 1959-1960.
38. Europa Verlag, 1939-1950.
39. Foreign Affairs , 1959, 1970, 1971, 1083.
      Foreign Policy, 1990.
      Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 1968-1972.
      Frankfurter Hefte, 1968, 1973-1975.
      Futurum, 1969.
40. German Language Publications, 1972.
      German Studies Review, 1981.
      Germania Judaica, 1987.
      Gütersloher Verlagshaus Gerd Mohn, 1974.
41. Harper & Row, 1958, 1977.
      History of European Ideas (HEI), 1982-1995.
      International Biographical Archives and Dictionary of Central European Emigrés, 1980.
      International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 1963-1964.
      International Organization (Robert O. Keohane), 1977.
42. International Studies Quarterly, 1980-1981.
43. Internationales Jahrbuch der Bettina-von-Arnim Gesellschaft , 1988.
      Interpretation, 1991-1992.
      Jerusalem Journal of International Politics, 1987.
      The Jerusalem Post, 1982.
44. John Wiley & Sons, 1965.
      Journal für Sozialforschung, 1986.
      Journal of Conflict Resolution, 1959.
      The Journal of Politics, 1951-1978.
      Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies, 1984.
45. Kürschners Deutscher Gelehrten-Kalender, 1996.
      Lexington Books, 1989.
      Liberal Arts Press, 1956.
      The Listener, 1962.
46. Little, Brown and Company, 1968-1977.
47. Macmillan Press, 1989-1992.
      Magazine Digest, 1939.
      Marquis Publishers, 1967-1969.
48. Middle East Review, 1977-1978, 1985.
49. Der Monat, 1960.
      Modern Law and Society, 1975.
      The Nation, 1988-1992.
      Neue Politische Literatur, 1961, 1969.
      New Directions, 1950.
      The New Republic, 1959.
50. New York Times, 1950-2002.
51. New York University Press, 1957, 1971.
      The New Yorker, 1975.
      Oxford University Press, 1948, 1962.
      Political Science, 1989.
      Political Science Quarterly, 1948, 1963, 1975-1977.
52. Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 1964-1980.
53. Polity, 1968-1992.
54. Prentice-Hall, 1968-1970.
      Princeton University Press, 1943-1989.
      The Readers Digest Association, 1944.
      Relay from Bonn, 1975.
55. The Reporter, 1949.
      Random House, 1971.
      The Review of Politics, 1970.
      Rheinische Post, 1999.
      Ring-Verlag, 1961-1963.
56. S. Fischer Verlag, 1990.
      Salmagundi, 1968, 1979.
      Scarecrow Press, 1975.
      Social Education, 1959.
      Social Research, 1940, 1964-1983.
57. Southern Illinois University Press, 1978.
      St. Martin’s Press, 1973.
      Stuttgarter Zeitung, 1948-1951.
      Südwestfunk, 1975.
      Suhrkamp Verlag, 1970.
58. The Times Literary Supplement, 1961.
      The Unitarian Register, 1959.
      University of California Press, 1964.
      University of Tennessee Press, 1964.
      University of Washington Press, 1979.
      Vanguard Press, 1985.
59. Verlag für Politik und Wissenschaft, 1959.
      Voltaire-Verlag, 1967.
60. W. Kohlhammer Verlag, 1953-1975.
61. W.W. Norton & Company, 1950.
      The Washington Post, 1992-1993.
      Westdeutscher Rundfunk, 1985.
      Westdeutscher Verlag, 1957-1969.
62. The Western Political Quarterly, 1950-1951.
      WNDT (Channel 13), 1962.
      World Politics, 1950-1983.
      Worldview, 1972.
      Die Zeit, 1997.


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63. Academy Book Store, 1986.
      Alumni Association of the Graduate Institute of International Studies, 1967, 1983.
      American Association of University Professors, 1976-1977.
64. American Council on Germany, 1975-1980.
65. American Jewish Congress – memoranda, correspondence, 1963-1968.
66. American Jewish Congress – statements, 1962-1968.
67. American Philosophical Society, 1972.
      American Political Science Association, 1949, 1982.
      American Security Council, 1991.
68. Amnesty International, 1977-1989.
69. Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, 1977.
      The Aspen Institute, 1989.
      Better World Society, 1986-1987.
      Brooklyn College of C.U.N.Y., 1983.
      Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (Bonn), 1999.
70. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1959-1961.
      Cave Hill Cemetary Company, 2002.
      Center for War/Peace Studies, 1988.
      The Church Peace Union, 1960-1961.
      The CIBA Foundation, 1964.
71. The City College of C.U. N.Y., 1952-1999. 72. The City College of C.U.N.Y. – The German Marshall Fund, 1973-1974.
73. The City College of C.U.N.Y. – Graduate Program in International Relations.
74. Claremont Graduate School, 1961-1964.
      Colgate University, 1967.
75. Columbia University – general , 1962-1980.
76. Columbia University – University Seminar on the Atlantic Community, 1962-1977.

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1. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace – Correspondence, 1960-1971.
2. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace – Correspondence, 1972-1975.
3. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace – Correspondence, 1977-1981.
4. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace – Reports, 1939-1972.
5. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. The United Nations and the Organization of Peace (Feb. 1943).
6. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. Peaceful Coexistence. A New Challenge to the United Nations (June 1960).
7. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. Developing the United Nations. A Response to the Challenge of a Revolutionary Era (Jan. 1961).
8. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. The UN Secretary. His Role in World Politics (Jan. 1962).
9. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. A Universal United Nations (July 1962).
10. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. The United Nations, Regional Arrangements and the Free World (July 1963).
11. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. The United Nations and Human Rights (Aug. 1967).
12. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. The United Nations and The Bed of the Sea (Mar. 1969).
13. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. The United Nations: The Next Twenty-Five Years (Nov. 1969); also typescript.
14. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. The United Nations and the Bed of the Sea (II) (June 1970); also typescript.
15. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. “A Proposal for the Next Five Years” (Jan. 24, 1972). Typescript.
16. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. The United Nations and the Human Environment (Apr. 1972); also typescript.
17. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. The United Nations and the Oceans. Current Issues in the Law of the Seas (June 1972); also typescripts.
18. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. Modernizing the Security Council (Sept. 1974); also typescripts, drafts.
19. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. “Approaches to Arms Control and Disarmament” (July 1976). Typescript.
20. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. “The United States and the International Labor Organization” (June 14, 1978). Typescript.
21. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. “Regional Promotion and Protection of Human Rights” (May 1980). Typescript.
22. Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. “Restructuring the United Nations System for Economic and Social Cooperation and Development” (June 1980). Typescript.
23. Committee of Concerned American Jews, 1983.
      Common Cause, 1975.
24. Conference Group on German Politics – correspondence (incl. George K. Romoser, Charles R. Foster), 1967-1984.
25. Conference Group on German Politics – minutes, membership lists, newsletters, 1969-1980.
26. Conference Group on German Politics – conference, June 8-10, 1972.
27. Conference Group on German Politics – conference, June 8-10, 1972. Paper by Otto Ernst Czempiel.
28. Conference Group on German Politics – conference, June 8-10, 1972. Paper by Lewis J. Edinger.
29. Conference Group on German Politics – conference, June 8-10, 1972. Paper by Heinz Hartmann.
30. Conference Group on German Politics – conference, June 8-10, 1972. Paper by Max Kaase.
31. Conference Group on German Politics – conference, June 8-10, 1972. Paper by Werner Kaltefleiter.
32. Conference Group on German Politics – conference, June 8-10, 1972. Papers by Hans D. Klingemann and Franz Urban Pappi. 33. Conference Group on German Politics – conference, June 8-10, 1972. Paper by Wolf-Dieter Narr.
34. Conference Group on German Politics – conference, June 8-10, 1972. Paper by Kurt L. Shell.
35. Conference Group on German Politics – conference, June 8-10, 1972. Paper by Steven Warnecke.
36. Council on Religion and International Affairs, 1963, 1978.
37. Düsseldorf – Oberbürgermeister; Mahn- und Gedenkstätte (Angela Genger), 1997-2004.
38. Educational Subscription Service, 1975-1978.
      Federação das Sociedades Israelitas, 1949.
      The Feris Foundation of America, 1981-1982.
      Foreign Area Fellowship Program, 1964.
      Foreign Policy Association, 1969, 1971.
      Foreign Service Institute (Dept. of State), 1960.
39. Freie Universität Berlin, 1949-1992.
40. Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 1985.
      Fulbright Fellowship, 1959-1960.
41. German Consulate, 1973-2000.
42. German Historical Institute, 1989.
      German Information Center, 1974-1978.
      German Marshall Fund of the United States, 1989.
      Group Health Association, 1951.
      Hans Kelsen Institut, 1977.
43. Hessische Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung / Peace Research Institute Frankfurt, 1999-2000.
      Howard University, 1952.
44. Institute for Research on International Behavior, 1962.
      Institute for World Order, 1980.
      Institute of German Studies, Indiana University, 1971-1975.
      International Conference on the Unity of Science, 1978.
      International House (NY), 1961.
45. International Mark Twain Society, 1951.
      International Society of Political Psychology, 1978.
      International Studies Association, 1979-1980.
      Jewish Community Center, 1975-1978.
46. Korea University, 1974.
      Leo Baeck Institute, 1982-1984.
      McGill University, 1969.
47. New School for Social Research, 1962-1968.
48. New School for Social Research – Bulletins, 1928-1932.
49. New School for Social Research – Bulletins, 1933-1935.
50. New School for Social Research – Bulletins, 1936-1937.
51. New School for Social Research – Bulletins, 1942-1943, scattered 1946-1957.

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1. Northeastern Political Science Association, 1971.
    Ohio Wesleyan University, 1966.
    Pacem in Terris Institute, 1969.
    Princeton University, 1959-1979.
    Professors World Peace Academy, 1979.
    Public Committee of Auschwitz, 1978.
2. The Rockefeller Foundation (incl. Kenneth Thompson), 1959-1972.
3. Rutgers University, 1967-1968.
    Smithsonian Institution, 1984.
    Social Science Research Council, 1963-1964.
4. Sparkasse der Stadt Marburg, 1980-1996.
5. Stiftung Volkswagenwerk, 1976-1984.
6. Syracuse University, 1964-1965.
    Teachers Retirement System, 1975-1976.
    Tufts University, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, 1962-1963.
7. United Jewish Appeal, 1975-1988.
    United Nations Association of the United States of America, 1969, 1998.
    United States Information Agency, 1959.
    United States Institute of Peace, 1993.
8. University of California, Berkeley, 1959-1960.
    University of California, Los Angeles, 1967-1968.
    University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1967.
    W.E.B. Dubois Memorial Committee, 1968.


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9. Major Foreign Powers (1952) – outlines.
10-11. Major Foreign Powers – “The Government of Germany” .
12. Major Foreign Powers (6th ed., 1972) – “Introduction” – galley proofs.
13. Major Foreign Powers (6th ed.) – “Great Britain” – galley proofs.
14. Major Foreign Powers (6th ed.) – “France” – galley proofs.
15-16. Major Foreign Powers (6th ed.) – “Germany” – galley proofs.
17. Major Foreign Powers (6th ed.) – “Germany” – page proofs, with corr.
18. Major Foreign Powers (6th ed.) – “Soviet Union” – galley proofs.
19. Major Foreign Powers (6th ed.) – “Conclusion” – galley proofs.
20. Major Foreign Powers (6th ed.) – “Bibliography” – galley proofs.
21. Major Foreign Powers (6th ed.) – “Index” – galley proofs.
22. International Politics in the Atomic Age (1959) – note cards.
23. Government and Politics in the Twentieth Centur y (2nd ed., 1965) – page mock-ups.

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1-2. Government and Politics in the Twentieth Century (3rd ed., 1973) – corrected proofs.
3-4. Government and Politics in the Twentieth Century – revisions to 3rd edition.
5. Government and Politics in the Twentieth Century – galley proofs.
6. German Constitutional Documents Since 1871 (1970) – galley proofs.
7. Staatenwelt und Weltpolitik. Aufsätze zur internationalen Politik im Nuklearzeitalter (1974) – “Einleitung” – typescript.
8. Staatenwelt und Weltpolitik. Aufsätze zur internationalen Politik im Nuklearzeitalter – typescripts.
9. Staatenwelt und Weltpolitik. Aufsätze zur internationalen Politik im Nuklearzeitalter – page proofs.
10. The Nation-State and the Crisis of World Politics (1976) – page proofs.
11. From Dictatorship to Democracy (1982) – John H. Herz: “Introduction.” Typescript.
12. From Dictatorship to Democracy – John H. Herz: “Denazification and Related Policies in Germany.” Typescript.
13. From Dictatorship to Democracy – John H. Herz: “Denazification and Related Policies in Germany.” Early versions. Typescripts.
14. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Karlheinz Niclauss: “Political Reconstruction at Bonn.” Typescript.
15. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Michael Fichter: “Non-State Organizations and the Problem of Redemocratization.” Typescript.
16. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Jutta B. Lange-Quassowski: “Coming to Terms with the Nazi Past.” Typescript.
17. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Giuseppe DiPalma: “Four Other Democracies Arise from World War II.” Typescript.

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1. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Frederick C. Engelmann. “How Austria Has Coped with Two Dictatorial Legacies.” Typescript.
2. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Roy C. Macridis: “France: From Vichy to the Fourth Republic.” Typescript.
3. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Arthur E. Tiedmann: “Japan Disposes of Military Dictatorship.” Typescript.
4. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Eduard Malefakis: “Going with Mediterranean Styles of Dictatorship.” Typescript.
5. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Kenneth Maxwell: “The Emergence of Portuguese Democracy.” Typescript.
6. From Dictatorship to Democracy – Harry J. Psomiades: “Greece: From the Colonels’ Rule to Democracy.” Typescript.
7. From Dictatorship to Democracy – John H. Herz: “Conclusion.” Typescript.

Folders 11-23: Reviews of Herz’ writings:
8. Die Identität des Staates (1931).
9. Bristler, Eduard. Völkerrechtslehre des Nationalsozialismus (1938).
10. Political Realism and Political Idealism (1951).
11. Major Foreign Powers (1952-1972).
12. International Politics in the Atomic Age (1959, 1962) – advertisements, short reviews.
13. International Politics in the Atomic Age – reviews A-Z.
14. Weltpolitik im Atomzeitalter (1961) – short reviews.
15. Weltpolitik im Atomzeitalter – reviews A-Z.
16. Government and Politics in the Twentieth Century (1961-1973).
17. Regierungsformen des 20. Jahrhunderts (1962).
18. Bennett, John C. Nuclear Weapons and the Conflict of Conscience (1962) – section by Herz.
19. German Constitutional Documents Since 1871 (1970).
20. Staatenwelt und Weltpolitik (1974).
21. The Nation-State and the Crisis of International Politics (1976) – reviews.
22. From Dictatorship to Democracy (1982) – reviews.
23. References to Herz in works by others.


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24. Notes: Expropriation in International Law.
25. Notes: International Law, Legal Theory, Theory of International Politics, etc.
26. Notes: Propaganda in Government and International Relations.
27. Notes: U.S. Government, American Foreign Policy, American History, American Political Thought.
28. Proposed collection of essays on Germany. Outline, n.d.
29. “Denazifying or ‘Renazifying’ the American Zone of Germany?” Typescript, n.d.
30. “The English Balance of Power Policy.” Typescript, n.d.
31. “Entrance, Exit and What To Do In-Between. Towards an Ethics of Survival.” Typescript, unpub., n.d.
32. “Gedanken zu Hermann Brochs ‘Tod des Vergil’.” Typescript, n.d.
33. “Gedanken zu Hermann Hesses ‘Glasperlenspiel’.” Typescript, n.d.
34. “The German Perception of America.” Notes.
35. “International Law and the Mexican Oil Conflict.” Typescript, unpub., n.d.
36. “Kurzgeschichte.” Typescript, unpub., n.d.
37. “Memorandum on the law concerning hostages.” Typescript, n.d.
38. “Monolog mit dem Verfassungsschutz.” Typescript, n.d.
39. “Ostpolitik: New Rapallo or Gateway to Détente?” Typescript, n.d.
40. Reader’s reports on books and articles for publishers.
41. “Reasons of the Failure of the League’s System for the Protection of Minorities.” Typescript, unpub., n.d.
42. “Recent International Ideologies.” Typescript, unpub., n.d.
43. “Revolutionary and Post-revolutionary Forces Determining the Growth of Nationalism.” Typescript, n.d.
44. “Revolutionary Propaganda as an Instrument of Foreign Politics. A Study of the Use of Subversive Mass Propaganda in the International Relations of States.” Typescript, n.d.
45. “Seltsames Zwischenspiel.” Typescript, n.d.
46. “Solution By Delay – Ideas for the Berlin Situation.” Typescript, n.d.
47. “Some legal and political aspects of non-recognition.” Typescript, n.d.
48. “Staaten-Lexikon.” Typescript, n.d.
49. “Theories of international law.” Manuscript, n.d.
50. Miscellaneous early manuscripts, 1930s.
51. “Zur Frage des Wahlrechts von Irrenanstaltsinsassen” (June 1932). Clipping.
52. “Zwiegespräch in dieser Zeit” (early 1933). Typescript.
53. “Beiträge zum Problem der Identität des Staates” (1935). Reprints.
54. “Das Recht im Stufenbau der Seinsschichten” (1935). Reprints.
55. “Eine neue Wendung in der Meerengenfrage” (1936). Reprint.
56. “Le problem de la naissance de l’Etat et la decision du Tribunal Arbitral Mixte germane-polonais du 1er août 1929” (1936). Reprints.
57. “Le sujet de droit en droit international public” (1936). Reprints.
58. “Das Meerengenstatut von Montreux” (1937). Reprint.
59. “Recht und Realdialektik” (1937). Reprints.

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1. “Le conflit sino-japonais devant la Société des Nations” (1938). Reprints.
2. Das Recht im Stufenbau der Seinsschichten. Dissertation (1938). Bound typescript.
3. Bristler, Eduard. “La doctrine nationale-socialiste du droit des gens” (1938). Reprints.
4. The National Socialist Doctrine of International Law (1938). Bound typescript.
5. “Einige Bemerkungen zur Grundlegung des Völkerrechts” (1939). Reprints.
6. “The National Socialist Doctrine of International Law and the Problems of International Organization” (1939). Reprint.
7. “Bolshevist and National Socialist Doctrines of International Law” (Feb. 1940). Reprint.
8. “Germany May Be Ripe For Actual Democracy If She Loses This War” (Mar. 24, 1940). Clipping.
9. “Nazism Is Seen As ‘Genuine Revolution’ Bent Only On Power” (May 19, 1940). Clipping.
10. “Victorious Nazism Seen As ‘New Sparta’, Rest of Europe Only ‘Helots’” (June 2, 1940). Clipping.
11. “Expropriation of Alien Property” (Feb. 1941). Reprints.
12. “Remarks by Mr. John H. Herz” (Apr. 24-26, 1941). Reprints.
13. Poetry in bound volume, dated June 28, 1941.
14. “Alternative Proposals to Democracy: Naziism [sic]” (July 1941). Reprints.
15. “Power Politics and World Organization” (Dec. 1942). Reprints.
16. “Law of War and the Crisis of International Relations” (1943). Typescript, unpub.
17. “German Administration Under the Nazi Régime” (Aug. 1946). Reprints.
18. “The Fiasco of Denazification in Germany” (Dec. 1948). Reprints.
19. “Gedanken zu Thomas Manns ‘Doktor Faustus’” (Jan. 29, 1949). Clipping.
20. “Die Verfassung des Staates Israel” (Mar. 29, 1949). Clipping.
21. “Neo-Malthusianismus” (July 2, 1949). Clipping.
22. “Notes on Mann’s Doktor Faustus” (Autumn 1949). Reprint.
23. “Der Neger in Amerika” (Aug. 6, 1949). Clipping.
24. “Idealist Internationalism and the Security Dilemma” (Jan. 1950). Reprints.
25. “Political Ideas and Political Reality” (June 1950). Reprints.
26. “Macht, Mächtegleichgewicht, Machtorganisation im Atomzeitalter” (1951). Reprints.
27. “Eisenhower inaugural” (1952). Typescript, unpub.
28. “The Problem of Successorship in Dictatorial Régimes” (1952). Reprints.
29. “Die Lehre vom Mächtegleichgewicht in moderner Sicht” (Aug. 1952). Photocopy.
30. “Evidence from a Tapped Wire” (Mar. 15, 1954). Clipping.
31. Interviews with high civil servants in West Germany, conducted for the RAND Corporation, July – Sept. 1953.” Typescripts, notes.
32. Political Views of the German Civil Service (June 2, 1954). Report made to RAND Corporation. Bound mimeographed copy.
33. “German Officialdom Revisited: Political Views and Attitudes of the West German Civil Service” (Oct. 1954). Reprints.
34. “Rise and Demise of the Territorial State” (July 1957). Reprints.
35. “Politische Theorie in amerikanischer Sicht” (Nov. 1957). Reprint.
36. “Hauptprobleme des Völkerrechts im Atomzeitalter” (1959). Reprints.
37. “International Politics in the Technological Age. An Analysis of the Role of Acceleration and Petrification in World Affairs” (1959). Typescript, unpub.
38. “Able Statesmanship …in Short Supply” (May 4, 1959). Clipping.
39. “Staatstheorie – deutsch und amerikanisch” (June 1959). Reprint.
40. “As Coexistence Reduces Tensions…” (excerpt, Oct. 17, 1959). Clipping.
41. “Notes from an Egghead’s Scrapbook” (ca. 1960). Typescript, unpub.
42. “Balance System and Balance Policies in a Nuclear and Bipolar Age” (1960). Reprint.
43. “East Germany: Progress and Prospects” (Summer 1960). Reprints.
44. “Disarmament … Or Arms Control?” (Spring 1962). Reprint.
45. “Die sehr fragwürdige Rolle der atomaren Abschreckung” (excerpt, Apr. 16, 1962). Clipping.
46. “The Impact of the Scientific-Technological Process in International Relations” (1964). Typescript, unpub.
47. “Sinn und Sinnlosigkeit der Beschwichtigungspolitik” (1964). Reprints.
48. “The Relevancy and Irrelevancy of Appeasement” (Autumn 1964). Reprints.
49. “Kleine Dreigroschen-Musik 1965 oder Vom Sinn des Menschen” (ca. 1965). Typescript, unpub.
50. “The Formation of the Grand Coalition” (1965). Photocopy.
51. “Otto Kirchheimer, †22.11.1965” (1966). Reprint.
52. “In Memoriam Otto Kirchheimer” (Sept. 1966). Reprints.
53. “Auswirkungen des wissenschaftlich-technischen Prozesses auf die internationalen Beziehungen” (1967). Reprints.
54. “Vietnam – Exception, or Pattern for Future US Policy?” (Apr. 1967). Mimeographed copy.
55. “The Impact of the Technological-Scientific Process on the International System” (1968). Photocopy.
56. “International Relations: Ideological Aspects” (1968). Reprints.
57. “Stagnationsfaktoren der modernen Gesellschaft” (1968). Reprints.
58. “The Territorial State Revisited” (1968). Reprints.
59. “Amerika – Land ohne Alternative?” (1969). Reprints.
60. “Otto Kirchheimer. An Introduction to His Life and Work” (1969). Co-authored with Erich Hula. Reprints.

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1. “’Unsterblichkeit’ – Gedanken über Glanz und Elend der Sterblichen” (1970). Reprints.
2. “A Statement by the Issue Editor” (July 1970). Magazine issue.
3. “Relevancies and Irrelevancies in the Study of International Relations” (1971). Reprints.
4. “German Government and Politics from the Textbook Author’s Viewpoint” (Mar. 1972). Reprints.
5. “Germany” (1974). Reprints.
6. “Divided Germany: Analysis and Proposals” (1974). Early typescripts, mimeographed versions.
7. “Détente and Appeasement from a Political Scientist’s Vantage-Point” (1975, 1981). Photocopy.
8. “The Impact of Changing Patterns of International Relations on Divided Nations” (1975). Photocopy.
9. “Carl Schmitt” (May/June 1975). Magazine issue.
10. “Technik, Ethik und international Beziehungen” (Aug. 1975). Photocopy.
11. “Korea and Germany as Divided Nations: The Systematic Impact” (Nov. 1975). Reprint.
12. “Evolution of Western Societies: Divergent Patterns and Pace Setting Solutions” (1976). Reprints.
13. “Ostpolitik – Road to Détente?” (1976). Photocopy.
14. “Technology, Ethics, and International Relations” (Spring 1976). Reprints.
15. “Alternative Vorschläge zur Demokratie. Der Nationalsozialismus”; “’Unsterblichkeit’ – Gedanken über Glanz und Elend der Sterblichen”; “Legitimität: Läßt sie sich zurückgewinnen?” Three articles reprinted in John H. Herz zum 70. Geburtstag (1978).
16. “Gedanken über Legitimität, Gewalt und die Zukunft des Staates” (1978). Typescript.
17. “Power Politics or Ideology? The Nazi Experience” (1978). Photocopy.
18. “Normalization in International Relations: Some Observations on the Arab-Israeli Conflict” (Spring 1978). Reprints.
19. “Legitimacy: Can We Retrieve It?” (Apr. 1978). Reprints.
20. “On Reestablishing Democracy after the Downfall of Authoritarian or Dictatorial Regimes” (July 1978). Reprints.
21. “The Rise of the Corporate State and the Demise of Its Legitimacy” (July 1978). Typescript.
22. “Social Democracy versus Democratic Socialism” (1979). Photocopy.
23. “World-views and Awareness – Prolegomena to a Science of International Relations” (ca. 1979). Typescript.
24. “Nachruf. Hans Morgenthau (1904-1980)” (1980). Reprints, typescript.
25. “The Survival Problem” (1980). Photocopy.
26. “Weltbild und Bewußtwerdung – vernachlässigte Faktoren beim Studium der Internationalen Beziehungen” (Mar. 15, 1980). Reprints, typescript.
27. “Political Realism Revisited” and “Comment” (June 1981). Reprints.
28. “Amerikanische Außenpolitik am Scheideweg” (Aug. 8, 1981). Reprints.
29. “Amerikanische Außenpolitik im Wandel zwischen Vernunft und Internationalität” (1981). Reprints.
30. “Introduction: Methods and Boundaries” (1982). Introduction to From Dictatorship to Democracy. Reprints.
31. “Denazification and Related Policies” (1982). Reprints from From Dictatorship to Democracy.
32. “Conclusion” (1982). Conclusion to From Dictatorship to Democracy. Reprints.
33. “Foreign Policy and Human Survival” (1982). Reprints.
34. “Amerikanische Außenpolitik im Wandel” (May 1982). Reprints.
35. “Foreign Policy in the Framework of an Open-Society Bloc” (Aug. 1982). Reprints, typescript.
36. “Communications” (1983). Photocopy.
37. “Power Politics and Policies of Survival” (1984). Reprints.

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1. “Reflections on Hans Morgenthau’s Political Realism” (Feb. 1984). Reprints.
2. “Gegen den Strom. Ossip K. Flechtheim zum 75” (Mar. 5, 1984). Photocopy, typescripts, correspondence with Peter von Oertzen, 1983-1984.
3. “Power Politics and Politics of Survival” (1985). Typescripts, correspondence with Vojtech Mastny, 1983-1984.
4. “The Open Society and Its Security – A Reply to Candace de Russy’s ‘Note on the Open-Society’ Bloc Debate” (June 1985). Reprints.
5. “From Geneva 1935 to Geneva 1985: Roots of my Views on World Affairs” (Spring 1986). Reprint, typescript.
6. “An Historical Perspective” (1988). Section in book.
7. “Personal Statement for Scarsdale Time Capsule” (Aug. 8, 1988). Typescript.
8. “An Internationalist’s Journey through the Century” (1988/1989). Photocopy.
9. “Otto Kirchheimer, Leben und Werk” (1989). Reprint.
10. “Ossip K. Flechtheim zum 80. Geburtstag am 5. März 1989” (1989). Reprints.
11. “Bürde der Vergangenheit oder: Wie die Deutschen mit der Nazi-Hinterlassenschaft fertig wurden” (1990). Reprints, typescripts.
12. “Looking at Carl Schmitt from the Vantage Point of the 1990s” (1992). Reprints.
13. “Political Realism – Can it Survive the Global Survival Threats” (Mar. 1992). Typescript.
14. “Some Remarks on and suggestions concerning Readings on Transitional Justice” (1993/1994). Typescript.
15. “Outline of a book (1995)”. Typescript.
16. Untitled typescript, dated early June 1995.
17. “Sketches for a book never written” (Apr. 23, 1996). Typescript.
18. “Ossip K. Flechtheim (1909-1998). Wissenschaftler und Aktivist” (1998). Reprints, typescripts.
19. “In memoriam: Ossip K. Flechtheim” (Mar. 13, 1998). Clippings, typescript.
20. “Reflections on My Century” (Sept. 15, 1998). Reprints, typescript, correspondence.
21. “Nachdenken über mein Jahrhundert” (Dec. 1999). Reprints.
22. “Weltbild und Bewußtwerdung – vernachlässigte Faktoren beim Studium der Internationalen Beziehungen” (2001). Photocopy.
23. “Reflections on My Century” (Jan.-Mar. 2002). Reprint.
24. “Some Observations on Engaging in ‘Survival Research’” (Apr.-June 2002). Reprint.
25. “On Human Survival. Reflections on Survival Research and Survival Policies” (2003). Typescripts.
26. “The Security Dilemma in International Relations: Background and Present Problems” (2003). Reprints, typescripts.

Folders 27-109: Letters to the Editor ( New York Times, Aufbau):
27. “Unversöhnliche?” (Apr. 7, 1949). Clippings.
28. “Screening German Officials” (May 25, 1949). Clipping.
29. “Collective Ban Urged” (Jan. 12, 1950). Clipping.
30. “Our Role in Korea” (Aug. 13, 1950). Clipping.
31. “China’s Legal Status Defined” (May 29, 1951). Clipping.
32. “MacArthur’s Charge” (Oct. 25, 1951). Clipping.
33. “Ruling on Bonn Pact Stand” (Dec. 23, 1952). Clipping.
34. “Contradictions in News Noted” (Dec. 27, 1953). Clipping.
35. “Disservice to President Seen” (Jan. 20, 1956). Clipping.
36. “A Defense of SLP’s Right to Appear on N.Y. Ballot” (Oct. 6, 1956). Clipping.
37. “Value of Small Parties” (Oct. 18, 1956). Clipping.
38. “Postal Rates on Manuscripts” (Mar. 10, 1958). Clipping.
39. “Legal Aspects of Berlin” (Mar. 6, 1959). Clipping.
40. “Cost of Drugs” (Dec. 19, 1959). Clipping.
41. “Diplomacy Held at Fault” (Oct. 28, 1962). Clipping.
42. “Der beste Nationalfeiertag” (July 15, 1963). Clipping.
43. “The Movie ‘Gap’” (Feb. 27, 1964). Clipping.
44. “Die Mörder unter uns?” (June 6, 1964). Clipping.
45. “Events in Greece” (Oct. 15, 1967). Clipping.
46. “Gesamtdeutscher Tanz” (Dec. 9, 1967). Clipping.
47. “Warum Nixon ‘strikte Konstruktionisten’ bevorzugt” (May 29, 1970). Clipping.
48. “Shocked by Calley Defenders” (Apr. 22, 1971). Clipping.
49. “On Democracy In Greece” (Jan. 6, 1972). Clipping.
50. “The Colonels and Their Critics” (Feb. 1973). Clipping.
51. “Korean Tinderbox” (Apr. 2, 1974). Clipping.
52. “Comments on Professor George Schwab’s: Carl Schmitt, Political Opportunist?” (May-June 1975). Typescript, clipping.
53. “Thomas Mann in Princeton” (Jan. 16, 1976). Clipping.
54. “Mihajlov’s ‘Crime’” (Mar. 5, 1976). Clipping.
55. “Seoul: Time to Voice U.S. Disapproval” (Mar. 19, 1976). Clipping.
56. “Re: Professor Arthur Betz” (Feb. 11, 1977). Clipping.
57. “Imperiled Mankind” (Aug. 16, 1977). Clipping.
58. “Of Palestine and International Law” (Sept. 18, 1977). Clipping.
59. “Of Palestine, Israel And ‘Positive Law’” (Oct. 26, 1977). Clipping.
60. “Bonn Does Begin to Look Like Weimar” (Feb. 8, 1978). Clipping.
61. “Sport in Argentinien wie im Dritten Reich” (July 28, 1978). Clipping.
62. “Of Populations That Are Still Exploding” (Nov. 15, 1978). Clipping.
63. “Zweimal Bravo” (July 20, 1979). Clipping.
64. “Commuter’s Dilemma” (Jan. 17, 1980). Clipping.
65. “Weht wirklich ein frischer Wind?” (Jan. 25, 1980). Clipping.
66. “Wen soll man im November wählen?” (June 13, 1980). Clipping.
67. “Gefährliche Verarmung” (Dec. 19, 1980). Clipping.
68. “The Right to Disagree” (Jan. 17-23, 1982). Clipping.
69. “Bonn’s ‘Valiant Effort’ Against War Criminals” (Jan. 18, 1982). Clipping.
70. “’Hysterical’ and ‘divisive’” (Apr. 7, 1983). Clipping.
71. “Kampf dem Atomtod!” (June 10, 1983). Clipping.
72. “Ein Denkmal für Aufbau” (June 17, 1983). Clipping.
73. “The President’s Error on Covert Action” (Oct. 26, 1983). Clipping.
74. “International Law Bent Beyond Recognition” (Nov. 24, 1983). Clipping.
75. “George Schultz ist kein ‘gereifter Staatsmann’” (Jan. 6, 1984). Clipping.
76. “Über den wahren Charakter der Friedensbewegung” (Jan. 13, 1984). Clipping.
77. “If the Democrats Had a Shadow Cabinet” (July 1, 1984). Clipping.
78. “Retirees’ benefits” (Sept. 1984). Clipping.
79. “’Schwarze’ statt ‘Neger’” (Mar. 29, 1985). Clipping.
80. “A Blow to the Elderly” (June 9, 1985). Clipping.
81. “Waldheims Doktordissertation” (July 4, 1986). Clipping.
82. “Only Path to Survival” (Feb. 27, 1987). Clipping.
83. “Iran-Contra Hearings May Help to Cleanse Foreign Relations” (June 14, 1987). Clipping.
84. “Can Gary Hart’s Return Improve the Debate?” (Dec. 27, 1987). Clipping.
85. “U.S. Must Join World In the Rule of Law” (Apr. 23, 1988). Clipping.
86. “’Argentinisches Tageblatt’” (Sept. 29, 1989). Clipping.
87. “Bedingte Zustimmung” (Dec. 8, 1989). Clipping.
88. “Deutsche Grenzen” (Mar. 16, 1990). Clipping.
89. “Begin foreign language early” (Oct. 19, 1990). Clipping.
90. “Hauptprojekt des Bleicher-Verlags” (June 21, 1991). Clipping.
91. Untitled (Oct. 1991). Clipping.
92. “Lowey’s ‘no’ vote to Gulf War was all right” (Apr. 17, 1992). Clipping.
93. “Exiljuristen in Amerika” (Apr. 24, 1992). Clipping.
94. “’Family values’” (June 12, 1992). Clipping.
95. “Remigranten und Politologie” (July 17, 1992). Clipping.
96. “Third World Population Explosion Demands Western Response” (May 6, 1993). Clipping.
97. “Black Schools Took Refugee Scholars In” (Apr. 3, 1994). Clipping.
98. “John H. Herz” (Oct. 14, 1994). Clipping.
99. “Washington ist nicht Weimar” (Aug. 4, 1995). Clipping.
100. “Reaiktionen der Leser zu ‘Krieg oder Frieden. Israel am Scheideweg?’” (Apr. 12, 1996). Clipping.
101. “Democrats have abandoned ideals” (Aug. 9, 1996). Clipping.
102. “Düsseldorf begeht Heine-Jahr” (Nov. 21, 1997). Clipping.
103. “Failure to pay UN dues inexcusable” (Jan. 23, 1998). Clipping.
104. “Postwar Contact” (Mar. 15, 2001). Clipping.
105. “Wandeln anerkennen” (Apr. 12, 2001). Clipping.
106. “Global warming is a worse threat than terrorists” (Oct. 4, 2002). Clipping.
107. “Another anti-war reason” (Apr. 3, 2003). Clipping.
108. “Staatsterror” (Mar. 2005). Clipping.
109. Unpublished letters to the editor, 1949-2000. Typescripts.

Folders 110-130: Reviews by Herz of works by others
110. Erwin Albrecht. Das Recht der Revolution (1935).
111. William Ballis The legal position of war (1939).
112. John Coleman Bennett. Foreign Policy in Christian Perspective; James Eayrs. Right and Wrong in Foreign Policy (1966).
113. Fritz Berber. Die völkerrechtspolitische Lage Deutschlands (1936).
114. August Berges. “Der gegenwärtige Stand der Lehre vom dolosen Werkzeug in Wissenschaft und Rechtsprechung” (1934).
115. Julius Binder. Grundlegung zur Rechtsphilosophie (1935).
116. Karl Dietrich Bracher. Die Auflösung der Weimarer Republik. Eine Studie zum Problem des Machtverfalls in der Demokratie (1956).
117. Randolph L. Braham. The Politics of Genocide (1981).
118. Werner Brock. An Introduction to Contemporary German Philosophy; Gustav Störring. Eine kritische Beleuchtung (1936).
119. D. W. Brogan. Worlds in Conflict; Draper, Theodore. Abuse of Power (1968).
120. James Brown-Scott / Walter H. E. Jaeger. Cases on International Law (1938).
121. Bruno Brunello. Sul concetto di una politica come scienza (1937).
122. Hans Hermann Burchardt. Kriminalität in Stadt und Land (1937).
123. Ernst Otto Czempiel. Das amerikanische Sicherheitssystem 1945-1949 (1967).
124. Hans Otto deBoor. Die Methode des englischen Rechts und die deutsche Rechtsreform (1934).
125. Sebastian DeGrazia. The Political Community (1949).
126. Fritz Dennerlein. Berührungspunkte des Sterilisationsgesetzes mit dem Strafrecht (1935).
127. Horst Ehmke. Grenzen der Verfassungsänderung (1955).
128. Cynthia H. Enloe. The Politics of Polution in A Comparative Perspective (1976).
129. Erich Eyck. A History of the Weimar Republic; Walter Z. Laqueur. Young Germany. A History of the German Youth Movement (1963).
130. Erwin Feder. “Methodisch-kritische Betrachtung des Adhäsionsprozesses… “; Adolf Hackel. “Error in obiecto und aberration ictus im italienischen Strafrecht” (1935).

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1. Ernst H. Feilchenfeld. International Economic Law of Belligerent Occupation (1943).
2. Iring Fetscher. Rousseaus politische Philosophie (1960).
3. Ossip K. Flechtheim. Bund und Länder (1959).
4. Ossip K. Flechtheim. Fundamentals of Political Science (1952).
5. Ossip K. Flechtheim. Hegels Strafrechtstheorie (1936).
6. Ossip K. Flechtheim. History and Futurology (1968).
7. Ossip K. Flechtheim. Politik als Wissenschaft (1953).
8. Jacques Fournier. La Conception nationale-socialiste du droit des gens (1939).
9. Annette Baker Fox. The Power of Small States (1960).
10. Ernst Fraenkel. Military Occupation and the Rule of Law (1945).
11. Friedrich Giese / Eberhard Menzel. Vom deutschen Völkerrechtsdenken der Gegenwart (1939).
12. Otto Göppert. Der Völkerbund (1939).
13. Werner Gramsch. Grundlagen und Methoden internationaler Revision (1937).
14. Paul Guggenheim. Lehrbuch des Voelkerrechts (1948).
15. Christian Hacke. Amerikanische Nahost-Politik-Kontinuität und Wandel von Nixon bis Reagan (1985).
16. Lord Hailey. The Future of Colonial Peoples (1944).
17. Karl Alfred Hall; Reinhard Höhn; Richard Busch; Karl-Heinz Bremer (1934).
18. Wolfram F. Hanreider. The Stable Crisis – Two Decades of German Foreign Policy (1971).
19. Arnold J. Heidenheimer. Adenauer and the CDU (1961).
20. Wilhelm Hennis. Politik und praktische Philosophie (1963).
21. Frederick Hertz. The Development of the German Public Mind; Leonard Krieger. The German Idea of Freedom (1958).
22. Joe J. Heydecker / Johannes Leeb. The Nuremberg Trial (1962).
23. Fritz Hippler. Staat und Gesellschaft bei Mill, Marx und Lagarde (1935).
24. Reinhard Höhn. Die Wandlung im staatsrechtlichen Denken (1935).
25. Reinhard Höhn / Theodor Maunz / Ernst Swoboda. Grundfragen der Rechtsauffassung (1938).
26. Stanley H. Hoffmann. Contemporary Theory in International Relations (1961).
27. Louise W. Holborn. Refugees: A Problem of Our Time (1976).
28. Henrik Kaestlin. Die Anpassung des staatlichen Rechts an den Völkerbundspakt, den Kellogg-Pakt und den Vertrag von Versailles (1936).
29. Friedrich Klein. Institutionelle Garantien und Rechtsinstitutsgarantien (1935).
30. Walther Krüger. Das Gorgonenhaupt. Zukunftsvisionen der modernen bildenden Kunst, Musik, Literatur (1973).
31. W. W. Kulski. International Politics in a Revolutionary Age (1964).
32. Karl Larenz; Günther Korth (1935).
33. Asche Graf von Mandelsloh. Politische Pakte und völkerrechtliche Ordnung (1937).
34. Alfred von Martin. Die Religion Jacob Burckhardts (1948).
35. Wolfgang J. Mommsen. Max Weber and German Politics 1890-1920 (1986).
36. Roger Morgan. The Study of International Affairs (1972).
37. Fritz Münch. Die Bundesregierung (1954).
38. William F. Obering. The Philosophy of Law of James Wilson (1939).
39. Waldemar Paira. Das Zwangsgeld im preußischen Polizeiverwaltungsgesetz vom 1. Juni 1931… (1935).
40. F. Parkinson. The Philosophy of International Relations (1977).
41. Roscoe Pound. Contemporary Juristic Theory.
42. Inge Rapoport. My Three Lives (1999).
43. Hans Rathschlag. Die Bedeutung der Antinomien für den Kritizismus (1936).
44. Cromwell A. Riches. Majority Rule in International Organization (1942).
45. W. W. Rostow. The United States in the World Arena (1960).
46. Wilfried Schaumann. Die Gleichheit der Staaten; Hans Wiebringhaus. Das Gesetz der funktionellen Verdoppelung (1959).
47. Dietrich Schindler. Recht, Staat, Völkergemeinschaft (1948).
48. Erich Schmidt-Leichner. Unrechtsbewußtsein und Irrtum in ihrer Bedeutung für den Vorsatz im Strafrecht (1935).
49. Carl Schmitt. Völkerrechtliche Grossraumordnung mit Interventionsverbot für raumfremde Mächte (1939).
50. Peter Schneider. Ausnahmezustand und Norm (1957).
51. Adolf F. Schnitzer. Vergleichende Rechtslehre (1947).
52. Wilhelm Schumacher. “Die vorläufige Entlassung (§§23-26 StGB)” (1934).
53. Mechthild Semper. Deutscher Bund und Völkerbund als Organisationen zur Friedenssicherung (1936).
54. Société des Nations. Recueil des Accords intellectuels (1938).
55. Alfons Steiniger. Das Blocksystem (1950).
56. Carola Stern. Ulbricht: A Political Biography (1965).
57. Fritz Stern. The Politics of Cultural Despair (1962).
58. J.P. Stern. Hitler und die Deutschen (1983).
59. Joachim Suche. Der Meerengenvertrag von Montreux vom 20. Juli 1936… (1937).
60. Kenneth Thompson. Political Realism and the Crisis of World Politics (1960).
61. Kenneth Thompson / Robert J. Myers. Truth and Tragedy (1978).
62. Richard W. Tims. Germanizing Prussian Poland (1942).
63. Arnold Toynbee. Study of History.
64. Heinrich Triepel. Die Hegemonie: Ein Buch von führenden Staaten (1939).
65. The True Facts about the Expropriation of the Oil Companies’ Properties in Mexico (1940).
66. Robert C. Williams. Culture in Exile. Russian Emigrés in Germany 1881-1941 (1973).
67. J. M. Yepes. Le panaméricanisme au point de vue historique, juridique et politique (1937).
68. Gordon C. Zahn. German Catholics and Hitler’s Wars (1962).


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Series 7: Texts of Lectures; conference materials; course notes & lectures, 1940s-1980s.

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Folder

69. List of lectures delivered.
70. Lecture announcements, programs, 1940s-1960s.
71. Lecture announcements, programs, 1970s-1980s.
72. “The Bases of National Socialist Creed” (n.d.).
73. “Ethics and Foreign Policy” (n.d.).
74. “German Ideas on Russo-German Relations between the Wars” (n.d.).
75. Address at Trinity College, Hartford, CT (1940).
76. “Senator McCarthy und die gegenwärtige Lage im amerikanischen Regierungssystem” (1953).
77. “Zum Begriff der politischen Freiheit”. Radio talk (Jan. 13, 1953).
78. American Political Science Association. 52nd Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. (Sept. 6-8, 1956).
79. Berkeley lectures (1959).
80. “Political Aspects of the Armaments Issue” (Aug. 11, 1959).
81. “Lessons of the Cuban Crisis” (ca. 1960).
82. “The Nation-State” (ca. 1960).
83. “A Short History of War Expenditures – Or, the American Taxpayer Pays” (ca. 1960).
84. Lecture at Smith College, Northampton, MA (ca. 1963).
85. “The Effect of Nuclear Weapons on International Politics” (May 3, 1963).
86. “The Relevancy and Irrelevancy of Appeasement”. APSA (Sept. 4-7, 1963).
87. “On Acceleration”. Columbia University (ca. 1964).
88. Lecture at Connecticut and Amherst colleges (ca. 1964).
89. “Amerika” (Marburg, 1968).
90. “Vietnam – Exception or Pattern for Future U.S. Policy” (ca. 1969).
91. “German Foreign Policy”. APSA meeting (1970).
92. “German Government and Politics from the Textbook Author’s Viewpoint” (Bloomington, IN, Mar. 24-25, 1972).
93. “The Impact of Changing Patterns of International Relations on Divided Nations”. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea (Jan. 21-24, 1974).
94. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by Min Kwan-shik.
95. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by A. Bargmann.
96. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by Gisbert H. Flanz.
97. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by Albert Gorvine.
98. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by Sungjoo Han.
99. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by Arnold L. Horelick.
100. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by Yung-hwan Jo.
101. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by Ilpyong J. Kim.
102. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by Myung-sik Lee.
103. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by Masahide Kanayama.
104. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by James William Morley.
105. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by Ishwer C. Ojha.
106. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by Benjamin Rivlin.
107. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by Hiromi Teratani.
108. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by Nathaniel B. Thayer.
109. International Symposium on Peace and Security in East Asia, Seoul, Korea. Paper by Donald Zagoria.
110. “Détente in Historical Perspective.” CUNY (Oct. 25-26, 1974).
111. “Technology, Ethics, and International Relations.” Haifa, Israel (Dec. 22-25, 1974).
112. Haifa, Israel symposium papers (Dec. 22-25, 1974). Includes papers by: Judith Buber Agassi, Max Black, David G. Brandon, Mario Bunge, Broth Michael Dubois, René Dubos, Jacques Ellul, Robin Fox, Gilbert Herbert, Hans Jonas, Rollo May, Gotthold Müller, Franz Ollendorff, Anthony Peranio, Herbert Schnadelbach, Henri Schramek, Joseph Shepher, Leo Steg, Laurence H. Tribe.
113. Statement upon receipt of Order of Merit (Apr. 10, 1975).
114. “Evolution of Western Societies. Divergent Patterns and Pace-Setting Solutions”. Czempiel seminar, Frankfurt (ca. Apr. 1975).
115. “Die Aula. Technik, Ethik und Internationale Beziehungen.” Südwestfunk (Dec. 21, 1975).
116. “The European Left Confronts Modernity.” CUNY (Apr. 26-27, 1976); also correspondence with Bernard E. Brown, 1976-1977.
117. “Power Politics or Ideology? The Nazi Experience” (Oct. 15-16, 1976).
118. “Social Democracy vs. Democratic Socialism.” CUNY conference (Nov. 18-20, 1976).
119. Ossip K. Flechtheim. “The German Left and the World Crisis.” CUNY conference (Nov. 18-20, 1976).
120. Lecture in Czempiel seminar, Univ. Frankfurt (June 22, 1977).
121. Democracy lecture. Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst (Mar. 1979).
122. “Die ökologische Krise als Thema der Futurologie und der politischen Praxis” (Apr. 27-28, 1979).
123. Edinger seminar lecture on German Foreign Policy. Columbia Univ. (ca. 1980).
124. “Political Realism Revisited” (Mar. 1980).
125. “Successor Democracies”. CUNY (Nov. 20-22, 1980).
126. “United States Foreign Policy at the Crossroads”. CUNY (Dec. 11-12, 1980.
127. “Observations on the Recent German Bundestag Election”. CUNY (Dec. 17, 1980).
128. “Amerikanische Aussenpolitik im Wandel.” Berlin (June 2, 1981).

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1. “Role of the United States in International Relation”. Königstein (June 18, 1981).
2. “Mit Reagan am Wendepunkt?” Südwestfunk (July 19, 1981).
3. “Teaching International Relations.” Brooklyn College, CUNY (May 20, 1983).
4. “Reflections on Hans Morgenthau’s Political Realism.” CUNY (Dec. 1983).
5. “In Honor of Ivo Duchacek” (ca. 1984).
6. “Reflections on Gwendolen Carter’s Approach to Political Science.” APSA (Sept. 1, 1984).
7. “Vom Überleben” (Sept. 26, 1984).
8. “Ansprache zum Empfang bei dem Oberbürgermeister der Stadt Düsseldorf (27.9.1984).”
9. “The Responsibilites of a Political Scientist in an Age of Threatened Survival.” Tenth annual CUNY Political Science Conference (Dec. 7-8, 1984).
10. “The Superpowers and Human Survival.” CUNY (Oct. 26, 1985).
11. “Otto Kirchheimer, Leben und Werk” (Nov. 1985).
12. The Center for European Studies. The Idea of Contemporary Europe (1986).
13. “Israel’s U.N. Membership in the Framework of the Postwar Power Struggle.” Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel (July 1986).
14. “My Visit to Israel, June/July 1986.”
15. Hebrew University conference, Jerusalem, Israel (July 1986). Paper by Abraham Bargman.
16. Hebrew University conference, Jerusalem, Israel (July 1986). Paper by Seymour Maxwell Finger.
17. Hebrew University conference, Jerusalem, Israel (July 1986). Paper by Nitza Nachmias.
18. Hebrew University conference, Jerusalem, Israel (July 1986). Paper by Benjamin Rivlin.
19. Hebrew University conference, Jerusalem, Israel (July 1986). Paper by Shlomo Slonim.
20. Hebrew University conference, Jerusalem, Israel (July 1986). Paper by Eliezer Yapou.
21. “Open Societies – Closed Societies – No Societies.” CUNY (Dec. 11-12, 1986).
22. “Entrance, Exist, and What To Do In-Between” (ca. 1988).
23. “The Academy and Human Survival.” Global Survival Symposium (Mar. 28, 1988).
24. “State Crimes: Punishment or Pardon.” Aspen Institute Conference (Nov. 4-6, 1988); also papers by Margaret E. Crahan and Hugo Frühling; Jaime Malamud-Goti, José Zalaquett.
25. “Hans Morgenthau’s Classical Realism in an Age of Endangered Human Survival.” Munich (Nov. 1988).
26. “Political Realism in an Age of Endangered Human Survival” (Feb. 24, 1989).
27. “Aussenpolitik im Zeitalter des bedrohten Menschheitsueberlebens” (Mar. 1, 1989).
28. “Weltpolitik als Erfahrung und als Interpretation” (Mar. 1989).
29. “Zur amerikanischen Aussenpolitik in der Aera Bush” (Nov. 1989).
30. “Implications of German Unification” (Apr. 25, 1990).
31. “Nuclear Weapons, Environmental Decay, and the Vitality of Nations.” Harvard University (Sept. 27, 1990); also correspondence with Armand Clesse, 1990-1991.
32. “Looking at Carl Schmitt from the Vantage Point of the 1990s” (Oct. 29, 1990).
33. “The New Europe: Germany” (Apr. 26, 1991).
34. Düsseldorf conference (Sept. 16, 1997).
35. International Relations Program, CUNY (Dec. 2000).
36. “Remarks addressed to the participants in the session on the Security Dilemma at the International Studies Association conference, Portland, Oregon, February 2003.”
37. “Address to the Morgenthau Conference – Munich” (Oct. 28-30, 2004).

Folders 38-50: Miscellaneous materials from lectures attended by Herz.
38. Lecture announcements, CUNY, 1977-1994.
39. The Ralph Bunche Institute on the United Nations, lecture announcements, 1986-1993.
40. Programs of lectures & exhibits, 1977-1991.
41. American Political Science Association, annual meetings, 1957-1961.
42. Congress for Cultural Freedom Conference (June 16-20, 1960). Includes papers by: Herbert Lüthy, Raymond Aron, Bertrand de Jouvenel, Michael Polanyi.
43. Institute for Professors of International Studies. U.S. Mission to the U.N. (Apr. 14-15, 1965).
44. Korcula, Yugoslavia conference (1968). Includes papes by: Rudi Supek, Arnold Kuenzli, Agnes Heller, Howard L. Parsons, Ernst Fischer, Michael Landmann, Tordai Zador.
45. Marburg conference (June 27-29, 1968). Includes papers by: Dieter Senghaas, Klaus Faupel, Karl Kaiser, Kurt Tudyka.
46. Organizing the Euro-American System. Conference in Arnoldshain (Jan. 27-30, 1975). Includes papers & outlines by: Frans A. M. Alting von Geusau, David P. Calleo, Ernst Otto Czempiel, Guy de Carmoy, A. J. R. Groom, Wilhelm Hankel, Pierre Hassner, Rainer Hellmann, Manfred Knapp, Werner Link, J. S. Nye, Dankwart A. Rustow, Roger Williams.
47. Sixth International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences (ICUS), San Francisco, CA (Nov. 25-27, 1977).
48. CUNY Political Science Conference (Dec. 2-3, 1977). Includes papers by: Jacques Fumerand, Melvin Mutzner.
49. The Seventh International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences (ICUS), Boston, MA (Nov. 24-26, 1978).
50. XII IPSA World Congress, Rio de Janeiro (Aug. 8-14, 1982).
51. Symposium on Political and Psychological Aspects of Soviet-American Relations, Columbia University (May 8, 1983).

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Folders 1-25: Course notes, syllabi, reading lists, exam questions:
1. American Foreign Policies, ca. 1940.
2. American Foreign Policies, 1951-1953.
3. American Foreign Policy Seminar, 1975.
4. American Government, 1952-1960.
5. American Political Thought, 1956-1957.
6. Central European Government, 1972-1975.
7. Comparative Government: Democratic Systems, 1960s.
8. Comparative Politics, 1975-1976.
9. Futurology, 1973.
10. History of Political Theory, 1960-1961.
11. International Law, 1940s.
12. International Law, 1966-1977.
13. International Politics: syllabi, exam questions, 1951-1976.
14. International Politics: notes.
15. Modern Political Theory, 1949-1965.
16. Political Philosophy, ca. 1960.
17. Theories of International Relations, 1959, 1974.
18. Theory of Democracy, 1962.
19. Grundlagen der internationalen Politik. Freie Universität Berlin, 1981.
20. Aussenpolitische Ideologien, Summer 1981.
21. Weltpolitik zwischen Konflikt und Ausgleich, Summer 1981.
22. Syllabi, Exam Questions, 1948-1967.


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23. Wolfgang Abendroth. Reprints (4).
24. René Albrecht-Carrié. Reprints (2).
25. Chadwick F. Alger. Typescript (1).
26. Gabriel A. Almond. Reprint; RAND Corporation working paper.
27. Hannah Arendt. Mimeographed text.
28. Helga Aschaffenburg. Reprint.
29. Hans Aufricht. Reprints (2).
30. William Osgood Aydelotte. Reprint.
31. Allen B. Ballard Jr. Mimeographed typescript.
32. P. A. Baran. Reprint.
33. A. Bargman. Mimeographed typescript.
34. Enno Bartels. Typescripts (2); autobiography; clipping.
35. Victor Basiuk. Reprints (2).
36. Bernard Bellush; Jewel Bellush. Reprint, typescript.
37. Joseph W. Bendersky. Reprints (2).
38. Anthony T. Bouscaren. Reprint.
39. Karl Dietrich Bracher. Reprint.
40. Randolph L. Braham. Reprints (2); sections from books (2); photocopies of clippings (2); typescripts of memoirs (2).
41. Ralph Braibanti. Reprint.
42. Beatrice Baude. Photocopies of clippings (2).
43. Gerard Braunthal. Reprints (5).
44. Arnold Brecht. Reprints (3).
45. Wilfried von Bredow. Reprint.
46. Henry L. Bretton. Reprint.
47. Bernard E. Brown. Reprints (4).
48. Frederic S. Burin. Reprint.
49. Werner J. Cahnman. Reprint.
50. Joel Carmichael. Reprint.
51. Honoré M. Catudal Jr. Reprints (2).
52. Sok Chough. Reprint.
53. Carl Q. Christol. Reprint.
54. Cole Taylor. Reprint.
55. David P. Conradt. Reprint.

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1. P. E. Corbett. Reprint.
2. Richard Cox. Reprint.
3. Ernst Otto Czempiel. Reprints (10), 1965-1989.
4. Ernst Otto Czempiel. Reprints (11), 1991-2004; typescript.
5. Ralf Dahrendorf. Typescript.
6. John A. Davis. Reprints (2).
7. Henry Delfiner. Typescript.
8. Karl W. Deutsch. Reprint.
9. Martin Domke. Reprint.
10. Volker Dotterweich. Reprint.
11. Ivo Duchacek. Reprints (5); typescripts (2).
12. Kurt Düwell. Reprint.
13. Edward Mead Earle. Reprint.
14. Lewis J. Edinger. Reprints (2).
15. Horst Ehmke. Reprint.
16. Henry W. Ehrmann. Reprints (3).
17. Salo Engel. Reprint.
18. Frederick C. Engelmann. Typescript.
19. Klaus Epstein. Reprint.
20. Amitai Etzioni. Reprint.
21. Richard A. Falk. Reprint.
22. Seymour Maxwell Finger. Reprint.
23. Lawrence S. Finkelstein. Reprint.
24. Klaus Fischer. Reprint.
25. Lili Faktor Flechtheim. Clippings (2).
26. Ossip K. Flechtheim. Newspaper clippings, 1956-1980.
27. Ossip K. Flechtheim. Reprints (8), 1936-1949.
28. Ossip K. Flechtheim. Reprints (9), 1952-1958.
29. Ossip K. Flechtheim. Reprints (15), 1962-1965.
30. Ossip K. Flechtheim. Reprints (17), 1966-1969.
31. Ossip K. Flechtheim. Reprints (14), 1970-1988.
32. Ossip K. Flechtheim. Obituaries, 1998.
33. Peter J. Fliess. Reprints (3).
34. Jacques Fomerand. Reprint.
35. William T. R. Fox; Annette Baker Fox. Reprints (5).
36. Elke Frank. Reprint.
37. Daniel Frei. Reprints (2).
38. Herbert Frenzel. Reprint.
39. John H. E. Fried. Reprints (2); typescript.
40. Carl J. Friedrich. Typescript.
41. Ernst Friesenhahn. Reprint.
42. Morton J. Frisch. Reprint.
43. Klaus Jürgen Gantzel. Reprint.
44. Richard N. Gardner. Reprint.
45. Ethan Geto. Reprint.
46. David G. Gil. Typescript.
47. Felix Gilbert. Reprints (4).
48. Dietrich Goldschmidt. Reprints (2); typescripts (2).
49. Hans Goldschmidt. Reprints (2).
50. Dov Goldstein. Typescript.
51. R. K. Gooch. Reprint.
52. Harrison G. Gough; Giuseppe DiPalma. Reprint.
53. Martin Greiffenhagen. Reprint.
54. William E. Griffith. Reprint.
55. Leo Gross. Reprints (3).
56. Otto Grüters. Typescript.

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1. Ernst B. Haas. Reprints (2).
2. Christian Hacke. Reprints (7); newspaper clippings; typescript.
3. Dennis Hale. Typescript.
4. Jerome Hall. Reprint.
5. Edvard Hambro. Reprint.
6. Sungjoo Han. Reprint.
7. Arthur M. Hanhardt Jr. Reprint; typescript.
8. Wolfram F. Hanrieder. Reprints (2).
9. Abram L. Harris. Reprints (2).
10. Arnold J. Heidenheimer. Reprint.
11. Robert L. Heilbroner. Typescript.
12. F. Hellendall. Reprint.
13. Samuel Hendel. Reprint.
14. Alan K. Henrikson. Reprints (2).
15. Ferdinand A. Hermens. Typescript.
16. Gerhard Herz. Reprints (11), 1946-1979.
17. Gerhard Herz. Reprints (10), 1983-1990; program notes.
18. Gerhard Herz. Clippings and articles about.
19. Felix Hirsch. Reprints (2).
20. Helmut Hirsch. Reprints (2).
21. Stanley Hoffmann. Reprints (3).
22. Hajo Holborn. Reprint.
23. Louise W. Holborn. Reprints (3).
24. Thomas Ford Hoult. Typescript.
25. Edwin C. Hoyt. Reprint.
26. Michael C. Hudson. Reprint.
27. Erich Hula. Reprints (4).
28. Warren F. Ilchman. Reprint.
29. Hans-Adolf Jacobsen. Reprint.
30. Helio Jaquaribe.Typescript.
31. Oscar I. Janowsky. Reprint.
32. Inge Jens. Reprint; typescript.
33. Robert Jervis. Typescript.
34. Whittle Johnston. Typescript.
35. Hans Jonas. Reprints (4); typescripts (2).
36. Ludwig W. Kahn. Reprint.
37. Robert A. Kann. Reprint.
38. Karl W. Kapp. Reprints (2).
39. Thomas G. Karis. Reprints (4); typescripts (8).
40. Hans Kelsen. Reprints (5).
41. Mario Keßler. Typescript.
42. Gottfried-Karl Kindermann. Reprints (2).
43. Roger P. Kingsley. Reprint.
44. Otto Kirchheimer. Typescripts (9).
45. Otto Kirchheimer. Newspaper clippings, 1929-1933.
46. Otto Kirchheimer. Reprints (11), 1928-1956.
47. Otto Kirchheimer. Reprints (14), 1957-1967.
48. Norman Kogan. Reprints (2).
49. Hans Kohn. Reprints (2).
50. Donald P. Kommers. Reprint.
51. Leonard Krieger. Reprints (4).
52. Ekkehart Krippendorff. Reprint.

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1. J. J. Lador-Lederer. Reprints (3).
2. Martin Landau. Reprints (3).
3. Harry Lazer. Reprints (2).
4. Richard Ned Lebow. Reprints (2).
5. Hongkoo Lee; Chong-Wook Chung. Typescript.
6. Rensselaer W. Lee III. Reprint.
7. Gerhard Leibholz. Reprints (5).
8. George Lenczowski. Reprints (3).
9. Howard H. Lentner. Reprint.
10. Mordechai M. Levy. Reprint.
11. Jean Atherton Flexner Lewinson. Bound typescript of autobiography.
12. Guenter Lewy. Reprints (5); typescript.
13. George Lichtheim. Reprint.
14. Arend Lijphart. Reprints (2).
15. Werner Link. Reprints (4).
16. Gerhard Loewenberg. Reprint.
17. Karl Loewenstein. Reprints (8).
18. Richard Löwenthal. Reprints (2).
19. Peter Ludz. Reprint.
20. Herbert Marcuse. Reprint.
21. Vojtech Mastny. Reprint.
22. Hans Mayer. Reprint.
23. Peter McDonough; Antonio Lopez Pina. Typescript.
24. Robert McGeehan. Typescript.
25. George McKenna. Reprint.
26. Horst Mendershausen. Reprint.
27. Peter H. Merkl. Reprints (2); typescript.
28. Hans Meyerhof. Reprint.
29. Stefanie Middendorf. Reprint.
30. Robert W. Miller. Reprint.
31. Ben Mollov. Reprint.
32. Clement H. Moore. Reprint.
33. Hans J. Morgenthau. Reprints (2).
34. Fritz Morstein Marx. Reprint.
35. Fritz Münch. Reprint.
36. Martin C. Needler. Typescript.
37. Franz Neumann. Reprints (2).
38. Reinhold Niebuhr. Typescript.
39. Donald E. Nuechterlein. Reprint.
40. Felix E. Oppenheim. Reprints (5); typescript.
41. Manuel Medina Ortega. Reprint.
42. Henry M. Pachter. Reprints (6).
43. Ingo Peters. Reprint.
44. Raymond Polin. Reprints (2).
45. Arnold H. Price. Reprints (2).
46. Donald J. Puchala. Reprint.
47. William E. Rappard. Reprint.
48. Edward D. Re. Reprint.
49. Volker Rittberger. Reprint.
50. Benjamin Rivlin. Reprints (4); clipping.
51. Arnold A. Rogow. Reprint.
52. George K. Romoser. Reprints (2).
53. Guenther Roth; Kurt H. Wolff. Typescript.
54. Stanley Rothman. Reprints (2).
55. Myron Rush. Reprint.
56. Bruce M. Russett. Typescript.
57. Alexander Rüstow. Reprint.
58. Dankwart A. Rustow. Reprint; typescript.
59. William Safran. Typescript.
60. Robert A. Scalapino. Reprints (4).
61. Monica S. Schmid. Reprint.
62. Manfred G. Schmidt. Reprint.
63. Glenn N. Schram. Reprints (2); typescript.
64. Wilhelm Wolfgang Schütz. Reprint.
65. George Schwab. Reprints (6); typescripts (3).
66. G. Schwarzenberger. Reprint.
67. Arthur Schweitzer. Reprint.
68. Andrew M. Scott. Reprint; typescript.
69. Norman Scott. Reprint.
70. Peter Seidel. Typescripts (3).
71. Robert Sharlet. Reprints (2).
72. Petra T. Shattuck. Reprint.
73. J. David Singer. Reprints (13).
74. Jerome Slater. Reprints (2).
75. Louis L. Snyder. Reprints (6).
76. Alfons Söllner. Reprints (9); typescript.

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1. Hans Speier. Reprints (3).
2. Herbert J. Spiro. Reprint; typescripts (2).
3. Norman L. Stamps. Reprint.
4. James A. Stegenga. Reprint.
5. Frank Stern. Reprints (2).
6. Peter Stirk. Reprint; typescript.
7. John G. Stoessinger. Reprint.
8. Matthias Stoffregen. Thesis; reprint; clipping.
9. Gerald Stourzh. Reprints (5).
10. Richard N. Swift. Reprint.
11. Sándor Szenes. Typescript.
12. Istvan Szent-Miklosy. Reprint.
13. Howard J. Taubenfeld. Typescript.
14. Johannes Thimm. Reprints (2).
15. Kenneth W. Thompson. Reprints (4); typescripts (2).
16. Paul Tillich. Reprint.
17. James R. Townsend. Reprint.
18. Clifford Truesdell. Reprint.
19. Unitar Seminar Papers (Sept. 1968-May 1969). Includes papers by: Ahmet A. Ozbudun; Irving Pfefferbilt; Gregory Henderson; Edgar von Schmidt-Pauli; James O. C. Jonah; Hans J. Morgenthau; Donald S. Zagoria.
20. Alfred Vagts. Reprints. (3)
21. Detlev Vagts. Reprint.
22. Alex A. Vardamis. Reprint.
23. Otto Heinrich von der Gablentz. Reprint.
24. Kenneth N. Waltz. Reprints (2).
25. Albert K. Weinberg. Reprint; typescript.
26. Guenter Weissberg. Reprints (2).
27. Hans N. Weiler. Typescript.
28. John J. Weltman. Reprint.
29. Hans Welzel. Reprints (2).
30. Wilhelm Wengler. Reprints (2).
31. Howard B. White. Typescript.
32. Kurt Wilk. Reprint.
33. Richard J. Willey. Reprint.
34. Albert Wohlstetter. Reprint.
35. Arnold Wolfers. Reprint.
36. Francis D. Wormuth. Reprint.
37. Gunther Worring. Typescript.
38. Stephen G. Xydis. Reprint.
39. Ronald J. Yalem. Reprints (2).
40. Jordan M. Young. Reprint.
41. Oran R. Young. Reprint.
42. Gordon Zahn. Reprint.


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43. A Report on the Arab Boycott Against Americans (1958).
44. [Dean] Acheson. The ITO Charter. A Code of Fair Trade Practices (May 1950).
45. [Dean] Acheson. The Task of Today’s Diplomacy (Mar. 1950).
46. Sir Richard Allen. The Task of Western Diplomacy in Southeast Asia (1964).
47. Amicus Curiae Brief on Behalf of the Lawyers Committee on American Policy Towards Vietnam (Sept. 1970).
48. Anmerkungen zum Manifest und zu den Grundsätzen der NPD (n.d.).
49. Moshe Aumann. Land Ownership in Palestine 1880-1948 (n.d.).
50. Hans Barion. Rudolph Sohm und die Grundlegung des Kirchenrechts (1931).
51. Stringfellow Barr. Consulting the Romans. An Analogy Between Ancient Rome and Present-Day America (1967).
52. Bernard M. Baruch. Freedom for Man --- A World Safe for Mankind (1955).
53. Victor Basiuk. The Impact of Technology in the Next Decades (Spring 1970).
54. Hermann-Josef Becker. Labour Planning (1963).
55. John C. Bennett. Moral Tensions in International Affairs (1964).
56. Lincoln P. Bloomfield. Disarmament and Arms Control (Feb. 1968).
57. Davis B. Bobrow. International Relations – New Approaches (Feb. 1972).
58. The Bonn Constitution With Amendments (May 23, 1949).
59. The Bonn Constitution With Amendments (Aug. 31, 1951).
60. Randolph Bourne. The State (1946-1947).
61. Willy Brandt. German Policy Toward the East (Apr. 1968).
62. Willy Brandt. Germany’s “Westpolitik” (Apr. 1972).
63. British Information Services. The United Kingdom Dependencies 1957-58 (Aug. 1958).
64. Earl Browder. Socialism, War and America (Nov. 13, 1939).
65. Bernard E. Brown. The French Revolt: May 1968 (1970).
66. Harrison Brown / James Real. Community of Fear (1960).
67. The Bundestag. Legislation in the German Federal Republic (1962).
68. Bundesvorstand des Deutschen Beamtenbundes. Der Spruch von Karlsruhe. Das Urteil des Bundesverfassungsgerichts zum Gesetz zu Artikel 131 des Grundgesetzes vom 17. Dezember 1953 – 1 BvR 147/52 - (Verfassungsbeschwerden von verdrängten und aus politischen Gründen entlassenen BEAMTEN).
69. Bundesvorstand des Deutschen Beamtenbundes. Der Spruch von Karlsruhe. Das Urteil des Bundesverfassungsgerichts zum Gesetz zu Artikel 131 des Grundgesetzes vom 17. Dezember 1953 – BvR 323/51 - BvL 59/52 - (Verfassungsbeschwerden von ehemaligen ANGESTELLTEN im öffentlichen Dienst und NORMENKONTROLLVERFAHREN über die Verfassungsmässigkeit von Vorschriften des Gesetzes zu Artikel 131 GG.).
70. Joel Carmichael. The Eichmann Case – Reactions in West Germany (Summer 1961).
71. Gwendolen M. Carter. American Policy and the Search for Justice and Reconciliation in South Africa (Apr. 1975).
72. Gwendolen M. Carter. The Commonwealth in Africa (Feb. 1958).
73. Gwendolen M. Carter. South Africa (Jan. /Feb. 1955).
74. Gwendolen M. Carter. Southern Africa (Feb. 1974).
75. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. A Constitution for the World (1965).
76. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. On Coexistence (1965).
77. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. On the Developed and the Developing (1965).
78. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. On the World Community (1965).
79. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Report of the President, April 1, 1962 – December 31, 1964 (1964).
80. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. To Live as Men: An Anatomy of Peace (1965).

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1. Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU). CDU Berliner programm (Nov. 1968).
2. Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU). CDU. Geschichte Idee Programm Statut (1967).
3. Committee for Economic Development. Anti-Recession Policy for 1958 (Mar. 1958).
4. Committee for Economic Development. Toward a Realistic Farm Program (Dec. 1957).
5. Committee on Political Parties, American Political Science Association. Toward a More Responsible Two-Party System (Sept. 1950).
6. Council on Foreign Relations. Should NATO Expand? (1995).
7. Zelman Cowen et al. Fair Trial vs. A Free Press (1965).
8. Department of State. Agreement Regarding Japan … Signed at Yalta February 11, 1945 (1946).
9. Department of State. Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry (Apr. 20, 1946).
10. Department of State. The Bonn Constitution. Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany (June 1949).
11. Department of State. The Constitution of Japan (May 3, 1947).
12. Department of State. Consultation Among the American Republics with Respect to the Argentine Situation (Feb. 1946).
13. Department of State. Convention for European Economic Co-operation with related documents (May 1948).
14. Department of State. The Distribution of Reparation from Germany (n.d.).
15. Department of State. Draft Treaty of Peace with Japan (Aug. 1951).
16. Department of State. The Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (July 15, 1946).
17. Department of State. Foreign Affairs Background Study: Korea (Aug. 1947).
18. Department of State. Human Rights and Genocide (Oct. 1949).
19. Department of State. International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (1946).
20. Department of State. International Monetary Fund (1946).
21. Department of State. Japanese Peace Conference. San Francisco, September 4-8, 1951 (Sept. 1951).
22. Department of State. Korea’s Independence (1947).
23. Department of State. The North Atlantic Pact (Mar. 1949).
24. Department of State. The Problem of the Turkish Straits (1947).
25. Department of State. The Spanish Government and the Axis. Official German Documents (Mar. 1946).
26. Department of State. Trial of Japanese War Criminals (1946).
27. Department of State. Trial of War Criminals (1945).
28. Department of State. The United Nations and the Problem of Greece (1947).
29. Department of State. United States Policy in the Korean Conflict July 1950 – February 1951 (Sept. 1951).
30. Department of State. United States Policy in the Korean Crisis (1950).
31. Karl Deutsch. Political Community at the International Level: Problems of Definition and Measurement (Sept. 1953).
32. Giuseppe DiPalma. The Study of Conflict in Western Society: A Critique of the End of Ideology (1973). 33. François Duchêne. Beyond Alliance (1965).
34. John Foster Dulles. Where Are We? (Dec. 29, 1950).
35. Abba Eban. Egypt’s Blockade Practices In The Suez Canal and The Gulf of Aqaba (Feb. 4, 1954).
36. Abba Eban. For Peace and Security (Oct. 6, 1954).
37. Abba Eban. The Security Situation In the Middle East (Nov. 12, 1953).
38. Mario Einaudi. Italy in Crisis (Aug. 1953).
39. Klaus Epstein. Germany After Adenauer (Apr. 1964).
40. William Epstein. Retrospective on the NPT Review Conference: Proposals for the Future (1975).
41. Ludwig Erhard. Politik der Mitte und der Verständigung (Oct. 1963).
42. Federal Minister for Scientific Research. Atomic Energy Program of the Federal Republic of Germany 1963-1967 (1963).
43. W. H. Ferry / Harry S. Ashmore. Mass Communications (1966).
44. Foreign Policy Association. The Cuban Crisis: a documentary record (Jan.-Feb. 1963).
45. Foreign Policy Association. Vietnam. Vital issues in the great debate (1966).
46. Hans-Dietrich Genscher. Toward an Overall Western Strategy for Peace, Freedom and Progress (Fall 1982).
47. German Information Center. Co-determination: How labor shares in German industry (n.d.).
48. German Information Center. Germany in Europe (n.d.).
49. Germany. Report of the British High Commissioner. Quarter January – March 1951.
50. Eugen Gerstenmaier. Are the Germans Changing? (Dec. 4, 1962).
51. Walter Goldstein. The Western World & the will to survive (June 1977).
52. Robert A. Goldwin / Gerald Stourzh / Ralph Lerner (eds.). The Case of the Impenetrable Cloud (1957).
53. Lincoln Gordon. International Stability and North-South Relations (June 1978).
54. Gerald H. Gottlieb. Capital Punishment (1967).
55. Grundsätze und Ziele der Sozialistischen Einheitspartei Westberlins (1969).
56. Ernst B. Haas. Collective Security and the Future International System (1967/1968).
57. Clifford P. Hackett. The Congressional Foreign Policy Role (Nov. 1979).
58. Manfred Halpern. The Morality and Politics of Intervention (1963).
59. Y. Harkabi. The Position of the Palestinians in the Israeli-Arab Conflict and Their National Covenant (1968) (Spring 1970).
60. Malcolm W. Hoag. United States Foreign Policy. Why Not Project Interdependence by Design? (Oct. 1976).
61. Lewis M. Hoskins. South Africa: Policy Alternatives for the United States (Apr. 1975).
62. ILO. What It Is …. What It Does …. How It Works .. (n.d., 1947?).
63. Institute of Judicial Administration. A Guide to Court Systems (Nov. 1957).
64. International Assembly on Nuclear Weapons. A World of Nuclear Powers? (June 23-26, 1966).
65. Internationales Arbeitsamt, Genf. Satzungen und Geschäftsordnungen (June 1933).
66. Israel Information Centre, Jerusalem. Jerusalem. Issues and Perspectives (Feb. 1977).
67. Israel Information Centre, Jerusalem. The Treatment of Arab Terrorists (Feb. 1974).
68. Israel Office of Information. The Arab Refugees (Nov. 1953).
69. Israel Office of Information. The Gulf of Akaba. Free Navigation or Return to Piracy? (Jan. 1957).
70. ITO. International Trade Organization Interim Commission (May 1948).
71. Philip C. Jessup. The United States Goal in Tomorrow’s World (Feb. 27, 1949).
72. Lyndon B. Johnson. The Essentials for Peace In Asia (July 12, 1966).
73. Lyndon B. Johnson et al. The Negro as an American (1963).
74. Wynfred Joshua. Nuclear Weapons and the Atlantic Alliance (1973).
75. Kampagne für Abrüstung – Ostermarsch der Atomwaffengegner, zentraler Ausschuß. Sicherheit in Europa durch Abrüstung (n.d., 1965?).
76. Karl W. Kapp. The League of Nations and Raw Materials 1919-1939 (Sept. 1941).
77. Thomas Karis. South Africa. The End Is Not Yet (Apr. 1966).
78. Samuel Katz. The Jewish Presence in Palestine (Jan. 1973).
79. George F. Kennan. Current Problems in the Conduct of Foreign Policy (June 1950).
80. Alfons Klein. Co-determination and the Law Governing Works Councils and Staff Representation in the Public Services (1963).
81. Myron B. Kratzer. Multinational Institutions and Non-proliferation: A New Look (Oct. 1979).
82. Landesleitung der Christlich-Sozialen Union. CSU. Profil einer Partei (June 1970).
83. Friedrich Latten. Safety and Health Protection at Work (1965).
84. Lawyers Committee on American Policy Towards Vietnam. American Policy vis-à-vis Vietnam (1965).
85. George Liska. The Greater Maghreb. From Independence To Unity? (May 1963).
86. Theodor Litt. Die Stellung der Geisteswissenschaften im nationalsozialistischen Staate (n.d.).
87. Leslie F. Manigot. Haiti of the Sixties, Object of International Concern (June 1964).
88. Charles A. W. Manning. South Africa and the World. In Defense of Apartheid (Oct. 1964).
89. Max Mark. Reality and Theory (Oct. 1962).
90. Max Mark. What Image of Man For Political Science? (Dec. 1962).
91. Charles Burton Marshall. Cuba: Thoughts Prompted by the Crisis (n.d.).
92. George C. Marshall. No Compromise on Essential Freedoms (Sept. 23, 1948).
93. Mass Media in the Federal Republic of Germany (1971).
94. John D. May. Of the Conditions and Measures of Democracy (1973).
95. Marion H. McVitty. A Comparison and Evaluation of Current Disarmament Proposals as of March 1, 1964 (1964).
96. Horst Mendershausen. The Diplomat as a National and Transnational Agent: A Problem in Multiple Loyalty (1973).
97. Richard L. and Anna J. Merritt. West Germany enters the seventies (Apr. 1971).

Box 21
Folder

1. Walter Millis. A World Without War (1961).
2. Walter Millis. Permanent Peace (1961).
3. Walter Millis. War and Revolution Today (1965).
4. Albert Memmi. Who Is an Arab Jew? (Feb. 1975).
5. Clement Harry Moore. Tunisia After Bourguiba: Liberalization or Political Degeneration? (1966).
6. S. Morisse. CYPRUS should welcome the U.N. (Feb. 1965).
7. Edward L. Morse. Defense Autonomy in Gaullist France: Welfare Versus Warfare and the Dilemma of Insufficient Resources (1972).
8. Philip E. Mosely. Russia After Stalin (May/June 1955).
9. David P. Mozingo. The United States in Asia: Evolution and Containment. 2nd printing (1967).
10. Willard A. Mullins. On the Concept of Ideology in Political Science (1973).
11. National Citizens’ Commission on International Cooperation. Report of the Committee on Arms Control and Disarmament (1965).
12. NATO Information Service. Harmel Report. Report on the Future Tasks of the Alliance (1968).
13. Eric Norden. American Atrocities in Vietnam (1966).
14. Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany. Soviet Zone Constitution and Electoral Law (Feb. 1, 1951).
15. Organisationsstatut. Schiedsordnung der Sozialdemokratischen Partei Deutschlands (May 14, 1970).
16. Robert E. Osgood. The Case for the MLF: A Critical Evaluation (n.d., 1962?).
17. Arnold Petersen. The Freeman’s Vote (1940).
18. Albert Pfitzer. The German Bundesrat (1962).
19. Paul A. Porter. The Gulf of Aqaba: An International Waterway (1957).
20. Pitman B. Potter. Article XIX of the Covenant of the League of Nations (Aug. 1941).
21. Press and Information Office, Federal Republic of Germany. Facts and Figures. A Comparative Survey of the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic (1981).
22. Presse- und Informationsamtes der Bundesregierung. Die Regierung Adenauer, das fünfte Kabinett (1963).
23. Robert Presthus. The Organizational Society. An Analysis and a Theory (1962).
24. Paul Ramsey. The Limits of Nuclear War (1963).
25. Harry Howe Ransom. Strategic Intelligence (1973).
26. William E. Rappard. Albert Gallatin, Citoyen de Genève, Ministre des États-Unis (1917).
27. Hans Reichel / Franz Ringer. Freedom of Association and the Relationship between the Two Sides of Industry (1965).
28. Hans Reichel / Ottfried Wlotzke. Collective Bargaining and the Law Governing Collective Agreements (1963).
29. Henry Reiff. Transition from League of Nations to United Nations (May 1946).
30. Report of the Committee on the Economic Impact of Defense and Disarmament (July 1965).
31. Research Center for Peace and Unification, Seoul, Korea. Socio-Cultural Comparison between South and North Korea (1975).
32. Revelle, Roger. Man and the Sea in the 21st Century (June 1968).
33. Riezler, Kurt. Political Decisions in Modern Society (Jan. 1954).
34. Fred W. Riggs. Prismatic Society Revisited (1973).
35. Alfonso García Robles. The Latin American Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone (May 1979).
36. Wilhelm Röpke. South Africa. An Attempt at a Positive Appraisal (May 1964).
37. James N. Rosenau. The Adaptation of National Societies: A Theory of Political System Behavior and Transformation (1970).
38. Zenon Rossides. The Problem of Cyprus (1957).
39. Robert L. Rothstein. Alignment, Nonalignment, and Small Powers: 1945-1965 (n.d.).
40. Joachim Rottmann. Der Viermächte-Status Berlins (1959).
41. Jose Maria Ruda. The Final Acceptance of International Conventions (1976).
42. Heinz Sahmer. The Labour Courts (1963).
43. Walter Scheel. Die Freien Demokraten (Jan. 1970).
44. Günther Schelp. The Contract of Service (1965).
45. Dietrich Schindler. Die Verbindlichkeit der Beschlüsse des Völkerbundes (1927).
46. Gerhard Schröder. Fester Kurs in bewegter Welt (1966).
47. Gebhard Schweigler. German Foreign Policy (Feb. 1975).
48. Herbert Scoville Jr. / Kosta Tsipis. Can Space Remain A Peaceful Environment? (July 1978).
49. The SED. Construction – Character – Situation (Jan. 1954).
50. Charles Seymour. Woodrow Wilson in Perspective (1956).
51. Roberta S. Sigel. Race and Religion as Factors in the Kennedy Victory in Detroit, 1960 (1962).
52. I. Robert Sinai. Modernization and the Middle East (Spring 1970).
53. J. David Singer. A General Systems Taxonomy for Political Science (1971).
54. J. David Singer. Escalation and Control in International Conflict: A Simple Feedback Model (1970).
55. J. David Singer. The Scientific Study of Politics: An Approach to Foreign Policy Analysis (1972).
56. Social Democratic Party of Germany. Basic Programme of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (Nov. 13-15, 1959).
57. Social Democratic Party of Germany. SPD Party Conference 1966. The State of the Nation (1966).
58. Society for Christian and Jewish Cooperation. Agreement between the Federal Republic of Germany and the State of Israel (Sept. 1962).
59. Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands. Kundgebungen und Entschließungen des SPD-Parteitages in Dortmund vom 1. bis 5. Juni 1966 (1966).
60. The Stanley Foundation. Second Conference on the United Nations of 1975 (July 1967).
61. The Stanley Foundation. Conference on Energy and Nuclear Security in Latin America (Apr. 1978).
62. The Stanley Foundation. Comprehensive Programme of Disarmament (May 1979).
63. The Stanley Foundation. The United Nations and Multilateral Sanctions: New Options for US Polilcy? (Oct. 22-24, 1992).
64. The Stanley Foundation. Political Symbol or Policy Tool? Making Sanctions Work (Feb. 19-21, 1993).
65. The Stanley Foundation. The UN Role in Intervention: Where Do We Go From Here? (June 13-18, 1993).
66. The Stanley Foundation. State of the United Nations: Decline or Regeneration in the Next Fifty Years (June 19-24, 1994).
67. The Stanley Foundation. Human Rights and US Foreign Policy: Who Controls the Agenda? (Oct. 27-29, 1994).
68. The Stanley Foundation. United Nations – Bretton Woods Collaboration: How Much Is Enough? (Feb. 24-26, 1995).
69. The Stanley Foundation. Shaping American Foreign Relations: The Critical Role of the Southwest (May 4-6, 1995).
70. The Stanley Foundation. Making Peace With the Future: The United Nations and World Security (June 11-16, 1995).
71. The Stanley Foundation. The United States and Cuba. Where Do We Go From Here? (Oct. 26-28, 1995).
72. The Stanley Foundation. American Relations With China and India: The Growing Impact of Politics and Society on Foreign Policy (Oct. 26-28, 1995).
73. The Stanley Foundation. The Role of the United Nations in Eliminating Weapons of Mass Destruction (Feb. 23-25, 1996).
74. The Stanley Foundation. The United Nations and the Twenty-First Century: The Imperative for Change (June 16-21, 1996).
75. The Stanley Foundation. The Impact of Globalization: Shaping the Greater Twin Cities Response (Sept. 6-7, 1996).
76. The Stanley Foundation. The Persian Gulf: Challenges for a New Administration (Oct. 24-26, 1996).
77. The Stanley Foundation. Weapons of Mass Destruction: Are the Nonproliferation Regimes Falling Behind? (Oct. 24-26, 1996).
78. The Stanley Foundation. Rebuilding Russia: The Next Phase (Oct. 24-26, 1996).
79. The Stanley Foundation. Post-Conflict Justice: The Role of the International Community (Apr. 4-6, 1997).
80. Statement by Adenauer’s Fourth Government Given to the German Bundestag on November 29, 1961 (1961).
81. Erich Strättling. Wie entsteht ein Bundesgesetz? (1952).
82. Leon Trotsky. Europe and America: Two Speeches on Imperialism (Mar. 1971).
83. L. Trotzki. Der einzige Weg (Sept. 1932).
84. L. Trotzki. Sowjetwirtschaft in Gefahr (vor dem zweiten Fünfjahresplan) (Nov. 1932).
85. Unitarian Commission on World Order. Toward Mutual Understanding. The Story of UNESCO (Sept. 1947).
86. United Nations Association of the United States of America. China, the United Nations and United States Policy (Sept. 1967).
87. United Nations, Dept. of Social Affairs. The Impact of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1953).
88. Richard W. Van Wagenen. Research in the International Organization Field (1952).
89. Verband deutscher Soldaten. Sonderdruck des Soldatenurteils (July 4, 1953).
90. Harold M. Vinacke. United States Policy Toward China (1961).
91. Vorstand der Sozialdemokratischen Partei Deutschlands. Grundsatzprogramm der Sozialdemokratischen Partei Deutschlands (Nov. 1959).
92. Lawrence D. Weiler. The Arms Race, Secret Negotiations and the Congress (1976).
93. Walter A. Weisskopf et al. Looking Forward: The Abundant Society (1966).
94. Karl Welzel. The Protection of Working Mothers (1963).
95. Norman Wengert. The Ideological Basis of Conservation and Natural-Resources Policies and Programs (Nov. 1962).
96. Harvey Wheeler. The Restoration of Politics (1965).
97. Heinrich Windelen. Basic Aspects of German reunification (Feb. 7, 1984).
98. Francis D. Wormuth. The Vietnam War: The President versus the Constitution (Apr. 1968).
99. Gordon Zahn. An Alternative to War (1963).
100. Abdul Aziz Zuabi. Options Open for Israel-Arab Cooperation (Dec. 27, 1971).


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Series 10: Research materials arranged by subject, 1944-1994

Box 22
Folder

1. African States (excluding South Africa, Egypt). Clippings, 1949-1994.
2. Albania. Clippings, 1944-1993.
3. American Foreign Policy Newsletter (founded by Hans J. Morgenthau), 1979-1986.
4. American Foreign Policy Newsletter, 1987-1994.
5. Amnesty International. Newsletters, 1977-1989.
6. Arab Countries (including Egypt). Clippings, 1945-1980.
7. Argentina. Clippings, 1946-1994.
8. Arms Control, Disarmament. Clippings, 1949-1975.
9. Arms Control, Disarmament. Clippings, 1976-1981.
10. Armaments, Arms Control. Clippings, 1980-1985.
11. Armaments, Arms Control. Clippings, 1986-1990.
12. Armaments, Arms Control. Clippings, 1991-1994.
13. Australia, New Zealand. Clippings, 1949-1993.
14. Austria. Clippings, 1945-1993.

Box 23
Folder

1. Baltic States. Clippings, 1991-1994.
2. Belgium, Holland. Clippings, 1948-1993.
3. Brazil. Clippings, 1940-1993.
4. Bulgaria. Clippings, 1947-1993.
5. Canada. Clippings, 1949-1993.
6. Cartoons. Clippings, 1938-1960.
7. China, Tibet, Taiwan, Hong Kong. Clippings, 1945-1994.
8. Churches in International Relations. Clippings, 1942-1994.
9. Civil Rights and Liberties. Clippings, 1949-1975.
10. Cold War. Clippings, 1949-1994.
11. Constitutions of countries.
12. Crime and Punishment, War Crimes. Clippings, 1989.
13. Czechoslovakia (Czech Republic, Slovakia). Clippings, 1948-1994.
14. Democratic Succession. Clippings, 1978-1981.
15. Demographic Problems, World Population. Clippings, 1948-1994.
16. Democracy. Clippings, 1978-1979.
17. Dictatorship to Democracy. Clippings, 1946-1982.
18. Diplomatic History, Documents. Clippings, 1939-1991.
19. Education, Press. Clippings.
20. Energy. Clippings, 1973-1974.
21. Environmental Problems. Clippings, 1971-1994.

Box 24
Folder

1. European Community (EC), European Union (EU). Clippings, 1947-1994.
2. European Left. Clippings, 1970-1977.
3. Federalism, Local & State Government. Clippings, 1953-1994.
4. Foreign Aid, Third World Countries. Clippings, 1949-1994.
5. France: Colonies (excluding Indochina). Clippings, 1952-1994.
6. France: Domestic issues. Clippings, 1941-1994.
7. France: Foreign relations. Clippings, 1946-1994.
8. Futurology. Clippings, 1978-1979.
9. Germany: Civil Service, Federalism. Clippings, 1953-1992.
10. Germany: DDR. Clippings, 1971-1989.
11. Germany: DDR. Clippings, 1990-1994.
12. Germany: Demography, Economy, Labor. Clippings, 1969-1994.
13. Germany: Denazification. Clippings, 1949-1982.
14. Germany: Elections. Clippings, 1953-1991.
15. Germany: Executive. Clippings, 1965-1994.
16. Germany: Foreign Policy. Clippings, 1945-1994.

Box 25
Folder

1. Germany: Foreign Policy. Clippings, 1960-1984.
2. Germany: Law & Judiciary. Clippings, 1967-1994.
3. Germany: Leftist Movements. Clippings, 1968-1993.
4. Germany: Legislature, Parliaments. Clippings, 1965-1994.
5. Germany: Military. Clippings, 1967-1994.
6. Germany: Nazi criminality, Nazi trials. Clippings, 1963-1968.
7. Germany: Nazi criminality, Nazi trials. Clippings, 1969-1977.
8. Germany: Neo-Nazism, Rightist Extremism. Clippings, 1952-1994.
9. Germany: Ostpolitik. Clippings, newsletters, 1967-1974.
10. Germany: Political parties. Clippings, 1967-1994.
11. Germany: Restitution, Indemnification, Rehabilitation. Clippings, 1939-1994.
12. Germany: Reviews of books on Germany. Clippings, 1962-1978.
13. Germany: Reunification. Clippings, 1945-1988.

Box 26
Folder

1. Germany: Reunification. Clippings, 1989-1993.
2. Germany: Society, Churches, etc. Clippings, 1970-1994.
3. Germany: Under Nazi Regime. Clippings, 1944-1994.
4. Germany: War Crimes (incl. trials), Holocaust. Clippings, 1951-1994.
5. Germany: West Berlin (until 1990). Clippings, 1971-1994.
6. Great Britain. Clippings, 1945-1994.
7. Great Britain: British Empire, Commonwealth. Clippings, 1945-1992.
8. Great Britain: Foreign Relations. Clippings, 1939-1991.
9. Greece. Clippings, 1948-1993.
10. Human Rights Issues. Clippings, 1947-1994.
11. Hungary. Clippings, 1947-1994.
12. India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Thailand, Sri-Lanka. Clippings, 1955-1994.
13. International Communications & Transportation. Clippings, 1944-1992.
14. International Courts, International Jurisdiction. Clippings, 1946-1994.
15. International Courts: Cases. Clippings, 1948-1994.
16. International Labor Problems. Clippings, 1945-1994.
17. International Law. Clippings, 1974-1977.
18. International Law: Extracts from books & articles.
19. International Law & Municipal (domestic) Law. Clippings, 1949-1991.
20. International Law & Relations, Theories. Clippings, 1948-1992.

Box 27
Folder

1. International Law: Acquisition of territory. Clippings, 1939-1991.
2. International Law: Aggression, definition of. Clippings, 1941-1974.
3. International Law: Air & Space Law. Clippings, 1958-1992.
4. International Law: Asylum, Extradition. Clippings, 1944-1994.
5. International Law: Blockades & other methods short of war. Clippings, 1946-1993.
6. International Law: Boundaries. Clippings, 1939-1992.
7. International Law: Citizenship. Clippings, 1949-1992.
8. International Law: Diplomatic Representation (Diplomats, Embassies, Consulates). Clippings, 1946-1994.
9. International Law: Extraterritoriality. Clippings, 1941-1960.
10. International Law: High Seas. Clippings, 1945-1994.
11. International Law: International Areas, Protectorates, Dominions. Clippings, 1940-1987.
12. International Law: Land Warfare. Clippings, 1952-1993.
13. International Law: Law of Aerial Warfare. Clippings, 1941-1985.
14. International Law: Law of Maritime Warfare. Clippings, 1941-1987.
15. International Law: Law of Military Occupation. Clippings, 1943-1991.
16. International Law: Merchant Vessels. Clippings, 1950-1965.
17. International Law: Neutrality (Neutral Rights & Duties). Clippings, 1939-1992.
18. International Law: Peace Settlement. Clippings, 1944-1973.
19. International Law: Recognition, Non-Recognition. Clippings, 1941-1993.
20. International Law: State Succession. Clippings, 1939-1992.
21. International Law: Statehood, New States. Clippings, 1941-1992.
22. International Law: Territorial Waters. Clippings, 1948-1989.
23. International Law: Terrorism. Clippings, 1972-1993.
24. International Law: Treaties. Clippings, 1945-1994.
25. International Law: Treatment of Aliens. Clippings, 1939-1993.
26. International Law: War Crimes. Clippings, 1941-1994.
27. International Politics. Clippings, 1956-1981.
28. International Rivers and Canals. Clippings, 1949-1992.
29. Iran. Clippings, 1974-1994.
30. Iran Conflict, Gulf War. Clippings, 1990-1994.
31. Ireland. Clippings, 1968-1994.
32. Israel & Arab States (including Iraq, Egypt). Clippings, 1976-1994.
33. Italy. Clippings, 1943-1994.

Box 28
Folder

1. Japan. Clippings, 1942-1994.
2. Korea (North & South). Clippings, 1948-1994.
3. Korea. Clippings, 1974-1975.
4. Latin American Countries. Clippings, 1951-1985.
5. Latin American Countries. Clippings, 1986-1994.
6. League of Nations. Clippings, 1946-1975.
7. Legitimacy. Clippings, 1974-1978.
8. Mexico. Clippings, 1941-1994.
9. Middle East (especially Israel). Clippings, 1939, 1946-1979.
10. Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands (NPD). Notes, clippings.
11. NATO. Clippings, 1949-1994.
12. New World Order. Clippings, 1990-1993.
13. Open Societies. Clippings, 1986.
14. Organization of American States (OAS). Clippings, 1945-1991.
15. Poland. Clippings, 1945-1994.
16. Population. Notes, clippings, 1970-1984.
17. Portugal. Clippings, 1948-1993.
18. Prisoners of War: Korea. Clippings, 1948-1958.
19. Refugee Problems. Clippings, 1945-1994.

Box 29
Folder

1. Resources (Soil, Water, Minerals). Clippings, 1949-1994.
2. Rio Summit Conference. Clippings, 1992.
3. Rumania. Clippings, 1945-1993.
4. Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, etc. Clippings, 1991-1994.
5. Russian Revolution. Clippings, 1991.
6. Saar. Clippings, 1950-1957.
7. Scandinavian Countries (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland). Clippings, 1949-1994.
8. Security Dilemma. Clippings, 1984-2004.
9. South Africa. Clippings, 1946-1994.
10. Southeast Asia (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines). Clippings, 1946-1994.
11. Soviet and Russian Foreign Affairs. Clippings, 1946-1994.
12. Spain. Clippings, 1944-1994.
13. Spiegel-Verlag proceedings, 1966.
14. Statements, quotations. Notes, clippings.
15. Survival research. Clippings, 1986-2005.
16. Switzerland. Clippings, 1948-1994.
17. Terrorism. Clippings, 1973-1981.
18. Turkey. Clippings, 1946-1994.
19. United Nations: general. Clippings, 1945-1994.

Box 30
Folder

1. United Nations: Cases (General Assembly, Security Council). Clippings, 1946-1994.
2. United Nations: ECOSOC. Clippings, 1947-1975.
3. United Nations: Membership issues. Clippings, 1948-1994.
4. United Nations: Secretariat. Clippings, 1951-1994.
5. United Nations: Trusteeship affairs. Clippings, 1946-1990.
6. United Nations: UNESCO, Cultural Cooperation. Clippings, 1948-1994.
7. U.S. Congress, Elections. Clippings, 1949-1994.
8. U.S. Crime & Punishment. Clippings, 1970-1972.
9. U.S. Economy & Related Problems (e.g. health care). Clippings, 1977-1994.
10. U.S. Elections, Campaign Financing. Clippings, 1948-1994.
11. U.S. Foreign Policy. Clippings, 1940-1980.
12. U.S. Foreign Policy. Clippings, 1981-1994.
13. U.S. Government. Clippings, 1950-1962.
14. U.S. Intelligence, esp. CIA. Clippings, 1975-1994.
15. U.S. Labor Relations, Poverty, Welfare, etc. Clippings, 1969-1994.
16. U.S. Law, Courts, Justice. Clippings, 1957-1994.

Box 31
Folder

1. U.S. Media, Education. Clippings, 1984-1994.
2. U.S. Minorities, Race Relations. Clippings, 1948-1994.
3. U.S. Political Parties. Clippings, 1948-1994.
4. U.S. Presidency. Clippings, 1952-1994.
5. U.S. Territories: Puerto Rico, etc. Clippings, 1991-1992.
6. U.S.S.R.: Foreign Affairs. Clippings, 1945-1991.
7. U.S.S.R.: Soviet Bloc. Clippings, 1988-1993.
8. U.S.S.R.: Soviet Culture, Education, Purges. Clippings, 1944-1993.
9. U.S.S.R.: Soviet Economy, Labor. Clippings, 1946-1994.
10. Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos. Clippings, 1949-1972.
11. Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos. Clippings, 1972-1979.
12. Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos. Clippings, 1980-1994.
13. Vietnam: War Crimes. Clippings, 1963-1975.
14. WHO, International Red Cross. Clippings, 1948-1993.
15. World Views. Clippings, 1978-1980.
16. Yugoslavia (Croatia, Bosnia, Slovenia, Macedonia). Clippings, 1948-1994.


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Series 1, continued: Oversize materials

Box 32
Folder

1. Diplomas, documents, 1928-1951.
2. Portrait photograph (11 x 16) of Jacob Wolfowitz, n.d.


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Series 11: Audio & video tapes (placed in cold storage)

Box 33

1. Audio tapes (3) on the Symposium on Human Survival under the direction of John Herz. CUNY Graduate Center, March 28, 1988.
2. Audio tapes (3) of Herz Speech & Reception at CUNY, Sept. 15, 1998.
3. Video tape: From Swastika to Jim Crow. Pacific Street Films, 1999.


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