FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 301: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Federal Election Commission, January 1976—1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Health, June 1975-March 1976

F1: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Federal Election Commission, January 1976
Topics include Buckley v. Valeo Supreme Court case and Supreme Court justice opinions in Buckley v. Valeo.

F2: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Federal Election Commission, February-July 1976
Topics include clippings, Buckley v. Valeo decision, memoranda, and correspondence.

F3: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Food, [1974-1976]
Topics include clippings, food prices, food monopolies, position statements, statement drafts, position papers, “Hunger in America—A Look at the Domestic and International Food Crisis” by Guy Covallo, press releases, and Food Day.

F4: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Food, 1973-1974
Topics include “The Case of: Food Price Blackmail” (booklet), “Food, Farmers, Corporation, Earl Butz…and You”  (Jim Hightower paper), press releases, Food Action Campaign, food corporations, food monopolies, hunger, food prices, and clippings.

F5: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Food, January-April 1975
Topics include “Project Papers of San Francisco’s Consumer Action’s Food Task Force,” “Bread for the World” (Joseph Carlin paper), correspondence, press releases, “Bread for the World” (newsletter) March issue, “The Food Industry” (booklet), “Food Advertising” (booklet), “Labeling” (booklet), “Unit & Item Pricing” (booklet), “Consumer Action News” (newsletter) April issue, “Food Day April 17,” “Platform for Rural America” (conference report), and world food crisis.
Correspondents include Gerald Ford.

F6: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Food, July-December 1975
Topics include “Economic Report on Food Chain Profits, World Food Crisis (S. Con. Res. 66), The Elements October issue, and food statistics.

F7: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Ford Motor Company, [1974-1976]
Topics include notes, monopolies, and financial information.

F8: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Foreign Aid, [1975-1976]
Topics include “Foreign Aid: The Flawed Dream” Philadelphia Inquirer (newspaper) special series, WIN November 13 issue, Vietnam, and clippings.

F9: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Foreign Policy, [1974-1976]
Topics include military budget, clippings, and correspondence.
Correspondents include Paul McClosky, Jr.

F10: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Foreign Policy, 1972-1974
Topics include “No First Use of Nuclear Weapons” (Robert Ullman article), Leonard Woodcock statement on the Trade Reform Act, “Campaign for a Democratic Foreign Policy” (booklet), Vance Hartke testimony on the Foreign Trade and Investment Act, and “Labor and International Affairs” (Leonard Woodcock speech).

F11: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Foreign Policy, January-June 1975
Topics include “Who Pays for Foreign Policy? A Debate on Consensus” (booklet); American Public Opinion and U.S. Foreign Policy 1975 edited by John E. Riely; clippings; “America’s Main Foreign Policy Problem: The Domestic Policy” (C.W. Wayne paper); “Is Morality in Foreign Policy Now Possible?” (Charles Maynes, Jr. paper); and Middle East statistics.

F12: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Foreign Policy, July 1975
Topics include The Washington Monthly July/August issue, “The Domestic Requirements of a Successful Foreign Policy” (paper), clippings, Egypt, and the Middle East.

F13: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Foreign Policy, August 1975
Topics include “Multinational Corporation in Brazil and Mexico: Structural Sources of Economic and Noneconomic Power” (report), “Whatever Happened to the Great Debate?” (paper), Indochina, clippings, and “Liberal, Populists, and Foreign Policy” (Thomas L. Hughes article).

F14: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Foreign Policy, September-October 1975
Topics include “The Defense Monitor” (newsletter)September issue, clippings, Middle East, Peking Review September 26 issue, correspondence, China, and “East-West Trade Council” (newsletters).
Correspondents include Talbott Huey.

F15: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Foreign Policy, November-December 1975
Topics include newsletters, William Simon statement, Lee Aspin statement, Pacem in Terris, and clippings.

F16: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Foreign Policy, 1976
Topics include IPS Transnational Link February issue, clippings, correspondence, newsletters, arms spending, “A People’s Foreign Policy” (Fred R. Harris speech), and “Making the World Safe for Communism” (Norman Podhoretz article).

F17: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Freedom of Information Act, 1966-1975
Topics include “Your Right to Government Information” (booklet), “The New Freedom of Information Act and National Security Information” (booklet), and correspondence.

F18: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Gay Rights, 1975
Topics include Civil Rights Amendments of 1975 (H.R. 5452), “A Gay Bibliography,” and correspondence.

F19: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Government, [1974-1976]
Topics include clippings and “Congress: Default or Reform?” (Ramsey Clark statement).

F20: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Government, 1974-1976
Topics include government waste, “Preliminary 1974 Report on Federal Advisory Committees,” Democratic Review February/March 1975 issue, clippings, William E. Simon testimony on debt ceiling extension, William E. Simon statement, staffing, and congressional reform.
Correspondents include Richard S. Schwelker.

F21: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Gun Control, [1974-1976]
Topics include banning handguns, Hearings before the Subcommittee on Crime on Firearms Registration, Handgun Control…Issues and Alternatives by Joseph Alviani and William Drake, Handgun Control Act of 1975 (H.R. 9780), clippings, and correspondence.

F22: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Health, [1974-1976]
Topics include “Cancer Prevention and the Delaney Clause” (booklet), statements, drug prices, health care, “National Health Insurance—A Matter of Life and Death” (Arthur Blaustein paper), “An Outline for Consumer Action on Prescription Drug Prices,” “Expert Authority as Medicine” (paper), “Model Legislation for a National Community Health Service” Community Health Alternatives Project proposal, and notes.

F23: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Health, 1972-July 1974
Topics include “Fighting Noise…A Manual for Worker Action” (booklet), “Some Accomplishments and Findings of Neighborhood Health Centers,” “Which Way to Good Health?” (booklet), generic drug reimbursements, and “Safeguards to Privacy” (booklet).

F24: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Health, August-October 1974
Topics include Stephanie Harris statement on pesticide regulations, “Technology and Health Care Decision Making Emphasizing the Process for Societal Informed Consent” (Lawrence R. Tancredi article), and “Cancer in the Workplace” (Andrea Hricko report).

F25: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Health, January-May 1975
Topics include The $8 Billion Hospital Bed Overrun: A Consumer’s Guide to Stopping Wasteful Spending by Barry Ensminter, Trc April issue, national health insurance, clippings, and “Petition to Require Federally Mandated Review Criteria for New Hospital Construction.”

F26: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Health, June 1975-March 1976
Topics include “Just Economics”(newsletter) June issue, “Monitor” (newsletter) July issue, correspondence, health care proposal, clippings, newsletters, heath insurance, national heath insurance, and The National Health Care Services Reorganization and Financing Act (H.R. 1).

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