FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
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Box 302: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Housing, [1974-1976]—1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Military Expenditures, June-July 1975

F1: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Housing, [1974-1976]
Topics include notes, Equal Opportunity in Suburbia July 1975 issue, housing subsidies, and public housing.

F2: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Housing, 1975
Topics include “Survey of AFL-CIO Members Housing” (booklet), “Stopping FHA Insured Home Foreclosures” (booklet), and “Where the Money Is: Mortgage Lending, Los Angeles County” (booklet).

F3: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Housing, January-March 1975
Topics include The Federationist January issue, “Sixth Annual Report by National Housing Goals” by President Gerald Ford, “Housing Newsletter” January 27 issue, “Rural Housing” (newsletter) February issue, HUD Community Development Program, and “Housing Newsletter” March 5 issue.

F4: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Housing, April-June 1975
Topics include “How to Develop Creative Public Housing Communities for Low Income People through Conventional and Leased Programs” (Cushing Dolbeare paper); newsletters; statement of J.S. Norman, Jr. on the Financial Institutions Act of 1975; and Michael Sumichrast statement on the current housing situation.

F5: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Housing July-September 1975
Topics include “Redlining: Mortgage Disinvestment in the District of Columbia” (booklet), rural housing delivery system, “Estimates of Housing Needs 1975-1980,” newsletters, “Law Project Bulletin” (newsletter) September issue, low income housing, “Neglected Dimensions in Low-Income Housing and Development Programs” (Al Hirshen and Richard LeGates article), and Cushing Dolbeare statement on housing needs and mortgage crisis.

F6: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Housing, October 1975-April 1976
Topics include Housing & Development Reporter October 6 issue, clippings, Housing & Development Reporter October 20 issue, newsletters, Housing & Development Reporter November 3 issue, and National Housing Conference Resolutions for 1976.

F7: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Indians, [1973-1976]
Topics include notes, statements, “The Cheyennes Withstood ‘Progress’” (Fred R. Harris and LaDonna Harris paper), paper drafts, “Economic Priorities Report: Leased and Lost” 1973 study, “Indian Resources Study Proposal” (George Crossland paper), and Indian land usage.

F8: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Indians, 1974-1976
Topics include clippings, “Burning Up People to Make Electricity” (Fred R. Harris article), Hearings on H.R. 5778 and Related Bills, Wassaja July 1975 issue, Nomination of Thomas S. Kleppe of North Dakota to be Secretary of the Interior, and Indian land usage.
Correspondents include Henry M. Jackson.

F9: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Inflation, [1974-1975]
Topics include statements, clippings, Skeptic September/October 1974 issue, and Government-Mandated Price Increases by Murray Weidenham.

F10: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Institute for the Study of Nonviolence, 1975
Topics include pamphlets and program information.

F11: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Israel, [1974-1976]
Topics include “In Search of Peace in the Middle East” (Michael Curtis article), “Toward a Fair Solution for the Middle East” (paper), position statements, position papers, support of Israel, and Arab boycott.

F12: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Israel, 1974-1976
Topics include “Peace in the Near East: The Palestinian Initiative” (Joseph Ben-Dak and George Assousa paper), “Golan Heights” (booklet), “Children of Abraham” (Joseph Ben-Dak and Bamzi Malik booklet), press releases, support of Israel, clippings, Arab-Israeli conflict, “The United States and Israel: Tilt in the Middle East?” (Theodore Draper report), arms provisions, anti-Zionism, newsletters, Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), and correspondence.

F13: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Labor Unions, [1972-1976]
Topics include notes, correspondence, “An Action Program to Put America Back to Work” (paper), advertisements, contact information, and “Public Service Employment: Jobs for All” (Robert Lekachman booklet).

F14: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Labor Unions, March 1974-March 1975
Topics include Leonard Woodcock statement on the president’s economic report; George Meany speech on full employment; Economic Program of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees; workers’ compensation; “A Program for the Nation’s People” (booklet); George Meany speech to the emergency session of the AFL-CIO General Board; clippings; Leonard Woodcock statement on the president’s economic report; and correspondence.

F15: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Labor Unions, April-September 1975
Topics include Voice of the Cement, Lime, Gypsum, and Allied Workers July issue, “A.I. Labor Letter” (newsletters), correspondence, clippings, “Does the American Family Need Another Mouth to Feed?” (Arthur Taylor booklet), newsletters, The Nation September 6 issue, memoranda, press releases, George Meany statement, and unemployment
Correspondents include George Meany and George Hardy.

F16: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Labor Unions, October 1975-April 1976
Topics include Midwest News October issue, Public Employees October issue, correspondence, memoranda, labor legislation, The Union Eyes December issue, “A.I. Labor Letters” (newsletters), “National Association for Uniformed Services” (newsletter) February/March issue, and campaign contributions.
Correspondents include George Hardy.

F17: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Lauer Wyoming Notes, [1975]
Topics include contact information.

F18: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Marijuana, 1975-1976
Topics include legislative memoranda on the marijuana issue, National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), and correspondence.
Correspondents include Keith Stroup, George C. Wallace, Birch Bayh, Morris Udall, Sargent Shriver, and Frank Church.

F19: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Marine Fisheries, [1972-1975]
Topics include Society of Advanced International Studies Review Fall 1972; Tuna: Status, Trends, and Alternative Management Arrangements by Saul Saila and Virgil Norton; “Alternative Entry Controls for Fisheries” (Francis Christy, Jr. paper); Emergency Marine Fisheries Protection Act of 1974; “The Law of the Sea Conference” (executive summary booklet); “Fisheries of the United States, 1974” (booklet); and Interim Fisheries Zone Extension and Management Act of 1975.
Correspondents include Robert Leggett.

F20: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Military Expenditures, 1974-1976
Topics include clippings, flyers, B-1 bomber, “Defense” (Earl Ravenal paper), “Issues Paper on U.S. Strategic Weapons,” nuclear weapons, “Military Spending” (Ramsey Clark paper), “The Strategic Bomber: Here to Stay?” (paper), “Food as a Weapon” (booklet), and position statements.

F21: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Military Expenditures, 1969-1974
Topics include “Swords into Plowshares: A Proposal to Promote Orderly Conversion from Defense to Civilian Production” (Walter Reuther booklet), “State Within a State’ (Sanford Gottlieb article), “Report on the Conference on Economic Conversion,” Report on the B—1 Bomber Program by George McGovern and John F. Sieberling, An Analysis of United States Military Manpower and Combat Productivity by Edward L. King, and clippings.
Correspondents include Ronald V. Dellams.

F22: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Military Expenditures, January-April 1975
Topics include “The Super-sonic Swing-Wing Swindle: The Story of the B-1 Bomber” (script and documentation), “The Defense Monitor” (newsletter) February issue, “ArmsControl Today” (newsletter) February issue, clippings, arms spending, “Arms Control Today” (newsletter) March issue, and newsletters.

F23: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Military Expenditures, May 1975
Topics include Boom and Bust: The B-1 Bomber and the Environment by James Conroy and Paul d’Eustachio, “The B-1 Bomber and the Power of the Military Industrial Complex” (booklet), “The Defense Monitor” (newsletter) May issue, The Elements May issue, “Arms Control Today” (newsletter) May issue, clippings, B-1 bomber, and newsletters.

F24: 1976 Presidential Campaign, Topics and Issues, Military Expenditures, June-July 1975
Topics include “Arms Control Today” (newsletter) June issue, B-1 bomber, clippings, Ramparts July issue, “The Defense Worker” (newsletter) July issue, “Arms Control Today” (newsletter) July/August issue, correspondence, and nuclear weapons.

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