FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 286

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Box 286: Presidential Campaign, Campaign Materials, 1971--Presidential Campaign, States – Missouri, Nebraska and Nevada, Correspondence and Clippings, 1971-1972

1972 Presidential Campaign

F1: Presidential Campaign, Campaign Materials, 1971
Folder includes biographical material, press releases, position papers, promotional materials, an article entitled “The Making of a Populist” with notes on back pages, draft of article by Fred Harris entitled, “The Frog Hair Problem,” and strategy notes.

F2: Presidential Campaign, Campaign Workers and Office Staff, 1971-1973
Folder includes letters of recommendation.
Correspondents include John Lindsay, Thomas Bradley, and Dan Walker..

F3: Presidential Campaign, Clippings, 1971
Topics include nomination of Earl C. Butz as secretary of agriculture, Harris’s entrance into presidential campaign, Populism, George McGovern, Edmund Muskie, Henry M. Jackson, oil, money and politics, Harris’s withdrawal from race, Democratic presidential campaign field, anti-trust issues, tyranny of experts, youth, and monopolies.

F4: Presidential Campaign, Clippings, 1972
Topics include monopolies, Federal Communications Commission, anti-trust issues, breakfast cereal monopolies, Ralph Nader, Populism, White House Conference on Business in 1990, soft drink industry, regulation, International Telephone and Telegraph, and James Eastland.
Folder also includes two articles by Fred Harris.

F5: Presidential Campaign, Contact Lists, n.d., 1972
Folder also contains three memos from Doris Hardesty concerning “good” contacts.

F6: Presidential Campaign, Memos, 1971
Topics include scheduling, fund raising, human resources including volunteers and supporters, outline of campaign strategy by Fred Harris, management of resources, press conferences, and a memo from the CIA reporting Senator Harris mentioned by Tass.
Correspondents include Frank Cowan, Sherry Jones, Steve Ristow, and Jim Monroe.

F7: Presidential Campaign, The New Populism, 1973
Folder contains an edited draft of the book.

F8: Presidential Campaign, The New Populism, Correspondence, 1972-1973
Topics include author’s questionnaire, feedback from Tom Davis (of Saturday Review Press) on evolving drafts of the manuscript, requests for information, notification of the book’s “launch,” permission from Joe Glazer to use his song, production schedule, financial information, and attempts at getting comments from VIPs.

F9: Presidential Campaign, Now Is The Time , 1971
Topics include a master set copy of the book and a review of the book from Provident Book Finder.

F10: Presidential Campaign, Press Releases and Statements, n.d.
Topics include ocean mammal protection, the environment, student rights, John Connally, income, senior citizens, and agriculture.

F11: Presidential Campaign, Press Releases and Statements, 1970
Topics include economic policy, economic statement by Melville Ulmer, National Economic Equity Board proposals, wage and price increases, interest rates, rural issues, international trade bill, and the value-added tax.

F12: Presidential Campaign, Press Releases and Statements, March–September 1971
Topics include taxes, agriculture, International Telephone and Telegraph, Vietnam, senior citizens, economic policy, anti-trust actions, monopolies, tyranny of experts, public utilities, women’s issues, foreign policy, and the declaration of Harris’s candidacy.

F13: Presidential Campaign, Press Releases and Statements, October–December 1971
Topics include Earl Butz nomination as secretary of agriculture, campaign news, student rights, monopolies (especially El Paso Natural Gas Company), welfare reform, corporations, foreign policy, economic policy, Harris’s withdrawal from campaign, race, agriculture, and nomination of William Rehnquist to the Supreme Court.

F14: Presidential Campaign, Press Releases and Statements, January–March 1972
Topics include anti-trust and monopolies (especially American Telephone and Telegraph Company), Federal Communications Commission, Federal Trade Commission, economic policy, political contributions, American Folklife Foundation Act, corporations, Nixon presidential campaign, urban crisis, utility regulation, student rights, strip mining, Richard G. Kleindienst, welfare, tax reform, and Senate reform.

F15: Presidential Campaign, Press Releases and Statements, April–July 1972
Topics include advertising, Olympics, Vietnam, Populism, economics, agriculture, monopolies, and political contributions.

F16: Presidential Campaign, Schedules, n.d., 1970-1971

F17: Presidential Campaign, Speeches, Appearances and Thank You Notes, n.d., 1970-1971, 1973
Topics include East-West trade and campaign contributions.
Correspondents include Frank Cowan.

F18: Presidential Campaign, States – Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, & Arkansas, Correspondence and Clippings, 1971-1972
Folder also includes contact lists with campaign contributions.

F19: Presidential Campaign, States – California, Correspondence and Clippings, 1971-1972
Topics include race, entrance into campaign, Populism, and foreign relations.
Folder also includes contact lists.
Correspondents include Frank Cowan.

F20: Presidential Campaign, States – Colorado, Connecticut & District of Columbia, Correspondence and Clippings, 1971-1972
Topics include Olympics, race, entrance into campaign, and Populism.
Folder also includes contact lists.

F21: Presidential Campaign, States – Florida, Correspondence and Clippings, 1971
Topics include delegate selection, youth, appearances, wage freeze, women’s issues, race, LaDonna Harris, Populism, entrance into campaign, and the space shuttle. Folder also includes contact lists.

F22: Presidential Campaign, States – Georgia, Hawaii and Idaho, Correspondence and Clippings, 1969-1971

F23: Presidential Campaign, States – Illinois, Indiana and Iowa, Correspondence and Clippings, 1971-1972
Topics include race, entrance into campaign, Dan Walker, and Populism.
Folder also includes contact lists with campaign contributions.

F24: Presidential Campaign, States – Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana and Maine, Correspondence and Clippings, 1971-1972
Topics include Populism.  
Folder also includes contact lists with campaign contributions.

F25: Presidential Campaign, States – Maryland, Correspondence and Clippings, 1971
Topics include Harris’s entrance into campaign.
Folder also contains contact lists with campaign contributions.

F26: Presidential Campaign, States – Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota and Mississippi, Correspondence and Clippings, 1971-1972
Topics include Edward M. Kennedy and General Motors.
Folder also contains contact lists with campaign contributions.

F27: Presidential Campaign, States – Missouri, Nebraska and Nevada, Correspondence and Clippings, 1971-1972
Folder also contains contact lists with campaign contributions.

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