Hyman Collection – File Box 12 – Progressive Era


FILE BOX #12 PROGRESSIVE ERA Card 1Bishop, David W. “The Affirmative Action Cases: Bakke, Weber, and Fullilove.” Journal of Negro History 67 (Fall 1982): 229-44.Foner, Eric. “Point of View.” Chronicle of Higher Education, 13 March 1978: 48.

Hoffer, Peter Charles. “‘Blind to History’: the Use of History in Affirmative Action Suits: Another Look at City of Richmond v. J.A. Croson Co.” Rutgers Law Journal 23 (1992): 271-96.

Lemann, Nicholas. “Taking Affirmative Action Apart.” New York Times Magazine, 11 June 1995: 36-54, 62, 66.

Lively, Donald E. “The Supreme Court and Affirmative Action: Whose Classification is Suspect?” Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 17 (Spring 1990): 483-502.

Lucie, Patricia Allan. “From Brown to Bakke: Race discrimination and the Supreme Court’s Use of History” (unpublished manuscript, n.d.).

Regents of the University of California v. Allan Bakke.

Rogers, Donald W. “The Rise of the Administrative Process: Wisconsin’s Response to Industrial Safety Hazards During the Late-Nineteenth and Early-Twentieth Centuries” (paper presented before the OAH, 1981) (typescript).

Sunstein, Cass R. “General Propositions and Concrete Cases (with special reference to affirmative action and free speech)” (written version of 1995 Oliver Wendell Holmes Lecture, Wake Forest University, 27 October 1995).

Tribe, Laurence H. “Perspectives on Bakke: Equal Protection, Procedural Fairness, or Structural Justice?” Harvard Law Review 92 (February 1979): 864-77.

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Cheryl J. Hopwood v. State of Texas and Douglas Carvell, et al., v. State of Texas (Academe Today documents).

Graglia, Lino A. Hopwood v. Texas:Racial Preferences in Higher Education Upheld and Endorsed.” Journal of Legal Education 45 (March 1995): 79-93.

MacEwen, Martin. “The Constitutionality of Affirmative Action in the United States: a Note on Adarand Constructors Inc. v. Pena.International Journal of Discrimination and the Law 1 (1996): 369-83.

Price, Polly J. “Term Limits on Original Intent? An Essay on Legal Debate and Historical Understanding.” Virginia Law Review 82 (1996): 493-533.

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Kurland, Philip B. “The Privileges or Immunities Clause: ‘Its Hour Come Round at Last’?” Washington University Law Quarterly (1972): 405-20.

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Garrow, David J. “Justice Souter Emerges.” New York Times Magazine, 25 September 1994: 36-43, 52-4, 64, 67.

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Redlich, Norman. “The Separation of Church and State: the Burger Court’s Tortuous Journey.” Reprinted from Notre Dame Law Review 60 (1985): 1094-1105/

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“A March of Liberty: 1991 Update” (source unknown).

Smith, Christopher E. “The Supreme Court’s Emerging Majority: Restraining the High Court or Transforming Its Role?” Akron Law Review 24 (Fall 1990): 393-421.

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Irons, Peter. “Opticians and Abortion: the Constitutional Myopia of Justice Rehnquist.” Nova Law Review 22 (Spring 1998): 695-710.

O’Brien, Tim. “The Rehnquist Court: Holdings Steady on Freedom of Speech.” Nova Law Review 22 (Spring 1998): 713-39.

Rogow, Bruce. “Comments on the 1997 Leo Goodwin Sr. Visiting Scholars Program: the Rehnquist Court.” Nova Law Review 22 (Spring 1998): 673-76.

Sullivan, Kathleen M. “The Jurisprudence of the Rehnquist Court.” Nova Law Review 22 (Spring 1998): 743-61.

Totenberg, Nina. “Comments of 1997 Leo Goodwin Scholar.” Nova Law Review 22 (Spring 1998): 669-70.

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Hyman, Harold M. “The Supreme Court and Conservative Constitutionalism” (typescript, n.d.).

Maltz, Earl M. “The Prospects for a Revival of Conservative Activism in Constitutional Jurisprudence.” Georgia Law Review 24 (Spring 1990): 629-68.

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Black, Charles L., Jr. “The Proposed Amendment of Article V: a Threatened Disaster.” Yale Law Journal 72 (April 1963): 957-66.

Black, Charles L., Jr. “Statement of Constitutional Convention Application” (paper presented at “The Constitution and the Budget” conference, American Enterprise Institute, May 23-24, 1979) (typescript).

Dellinger, Walter E. “The Recurring Question of the ‘Limited’ Constitutional Convention.” Yale Law Journal 88 (July 1979): 1623-40.

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Interviews with Ramsey Clark at his home in Falls Church, Virginia, April 16 and June 3, 1969 (interviewer: Harri Baker) (typescript).

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Lalle, Frank A. “Agent Orange as a Problem of Law and Policy.” Northwestern University Law Review 77 (1982): 48-83.

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Garrow, David J. “The Rehnquist Reins.” New York Times Magazine, 6 October 1996: 65-71, 82, 85.

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Richman, Peter. “For the Want of a Nail. . . the War was Lost: Separation of Powers and United States Counter-Terrorism Policy During the Reagan Years.” Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 17 (Spring 1990): 609-58.

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Bryce, Robert. “More Precious Than Oil.” Texas Monthly (February 1991): 107-09, 141, 157-59.

Burka, Paul. “Is the Legislature for Sale?” Texas Monthly (February 1991): 118-22.

Butte, George C. “Early Development of Law and Equity in Texas.” Yale Law Journal (n.d.): 699-709.

Daniel, Josiah M. “Creating the State Bar of Texas, 1923-1940.” Texas Bar Journal (April 1982): 454-59. 

“The Diary of Judge Edward Albert Palmer.” Houston Lawyer (November/December 1977): 6-16.

Gilmer, Daffan. “Early Courts and Lawyers of Texas.” Texas Law Review (n.d.): 436-52.

Hart, James P. “George W. Paschal” (source unknown, article incomplete).

Jones, Robert N. “A Jurisprudence Better Understood: The Adoption of the Common Law in Texas.” Texas Bar Journal (May 1990): 452-55.

Kagan, Robert A., Bobby D. Infelise, and Robert R. Detlefsen. “American State Supreme Court Justices, 1900-1970.” American Bar Foundation Research Journal 2 (1984): 371-408.

Kelly, Hugh Rice. “Peter Gray.” Houston Lawyer (January 1978): 29-35.

Markham, Edward Lee, Jr. “The Reception of the Common Law of England in Texas and the Judicial Attitude Toward That Reception, 1840-1859.” Texas Law Review 29 (1951): 905-30.

Norvell, James R. “Oran M. Roberts and the Semicolon Court.” Texas Law Review 37 (1959): 279-302.

Patterson, C. Perry. “The Relation of the Federal Government to the Territories and the States in Landholding.” Texas Law Review 28 (n.d.) (article incomplete).

Paulsen, James W. “A Short History of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Texas.” Texas Law Review 65 (December 1986): 237-303.

Pollard, Claude. “The Texas Bar Association” (typescript, n.d.).

“Sources of Liberty in the Texas Bill of Rights.” St. Mary’s Law Journal 20 (1988): 93-120.

Steiner, Mark E. “The Origins of the Houston Bar Association.” Houston Lawyer (July-August 1988): 12-23.

Wharton, Clarence. “Early Judicial History of Texas.” Texas Law Review (n.d.): 311-25.

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Jensen, Richard. “Religion, Morality, and American Politics.” The Journal of Libertarian Studies 6 (Summer/Fall 1982): 321-32.

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Haskell, Thomas L. “Capitalism and the Origins of the Humanitarian Sensibility, Part 1.” American Historical Review 90 (April 1985): 339-61; Part 2, (June 1985): 547-66.

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Campbell, Ballard C. “”Structures of American Governance: a Policy Focus” (paper presented before the OAH, 1986) (typescript).

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Acheson, Dean. “History as Literature.” Esquire (October 1966): 98-102+.

Allardyce, Gilbert. “What Fascism Is Not: Thoughts on the Deflation of a Concept.” American Historical Review 84 (April 1979): 367-98.

Aydelotte, William O. “Quantification in History.” American Historical Review 71 (April 1966): 803-25; includes responses by Hays and Benson in subsequent issue (no date).

Bailyn, Bernard. “The Challenge of Modern Historiography.” American Historical Review 87 (February 1982): 1-24.

Banner, Lois W. “Religious Benevolence as Social Control: a Critique of an Interpretation.” Journal of American History 60 (June 1973): 23-41.

Barzun, Jacques. “History: the Muse and Her Doctors.” American Historical Review 77 (February 1972): 36-64.

Beard, Charles A. “Grounds for a Reconsideration of Historiography.” SSRC Bulletin 54 (1946): 3-14.

Becker, Carl. “Everyman His Own Historian.” American Historical Review 37 (January 1932): 221-36.

Bestor, Arthur. “Intellectual History to 1900.” 21st Yearbook, National Council for the Social Studies (Washington, DC: NCSS, 1951).

Bolkhovitinov, N. N. “The Study of United States History in the Soviet Union.” American Historical Review 74 (April 1969): 1221-42.

Cappon, Lester J. “The National Archives and the Historical Profession.” Journal of Southern History 35 (November 1969): 477-99.

Clubb, Jerome M., and Howard Allen. “Computers and Historical Studies.” Journal of American History 54 (December 1967): 599-607.

Cunliffe, Marcus. “American Watersheds.” American Quarterly 13 (Winter 1961): 480-94.

Davis, David Brion. “Some Themes of Counter-Subversion: an Analysis of Anti-Masonic, Anti-Catholic, and Anti-Mormon Literature.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 47 (September 1960): 205-24.

Davis, Robert C. “Social Research in America Before the Civil War.” Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 8 (January 1972): 69-85.

Diggins, John P. “Consciousness and Ideology in American History: The Burden of Daniel J. Boorstin.” American Historical Review 76 (February 1971): 99-118.

DiGangi, Roberta, et al. “Federal Agencies Employing Historians in the District of Columbia Area.” The History Teacher 11 (February 1978): 229-36.

Donald, David Herbert. “Between Science and Art.” American Historical Review 77 (April 1972): 445-52,

Donald, David Herbert, Edward L. Keenan, and Blanche Wissen Cook. “The Relevance of History: Three Views.” AHA Newsletter (n.d.): 3-6.

Duberman, Martin. “The Limitations of History.” Antioch Review 25 (Summer 1965): 283-96.

Eisenstadt, A. S. “The Perennial Myth–Writing American History Today.” Massachusetts Review 7 (Autumn 1966): 757-79.

Erwin, Robert. “Civilization as a Phase of World History.” American Historical Review 71 (July 1966): 1181-98.

Franklin, John Hope. “The Historian and Public Policy.” The History Teacher 11 (March 1978): 377-92.

Freidel, Frank. “American Historians: a Bicentennial Appraisal.” Journal of American History 63 (June 1976): 5-20.

Galambos, Louis. ” Sociology and Post-Progressive History.” Social Science Quarterly (June 1969): 25-45.

Greene, John C. “Objectives and Methods in Intellectual History.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 44 (June 1957): 58-74.

Grossman, Joel B., et al. “A Symposium–Social Science Approaches to the Judicial Process.” Harvard Law Review 79 (June 1966): 1551-1628.

Haines, Deborah L. “Scientific History as a Teaching Method: the Formative Years.” Journal of American History 63 (March 1977): 892-912.

Hays, Samuel P. “The Social Analysis of American Political History, 1880-1920.” Political Science Quarterly 80 (September 1965): 373-94.

Hirshon, Arnold. “The Scope, Accessibility and History of Presidential Papers.” Government Publications Review 1 (1974): 363-90.

Hoover, Dwight W. “From Clio With Love.” American Quarterly 18 (n.d.): 104-8.

Hoover, Dwight W. “Some Comments on Recent United States Historiography.” American Quarterly 17 (Summer 1965): 299-318.

Hughes, H. Stuart. “The Historian and the Social Scientist.” American Historical Review 66 (October 1960): 20-46.

Hyman, Harold M. “The Uses of History: Job Alternatives at the Bicentennial.” The History Teacher 11 (March 1978): 393-9.

Kalisch, Philip A. “So You Want to be a College History Professor?” The History Teacher 3 (May 1970): 58-63.

Lovejoy, Arthur O. “Reflections on the History of Ideas.” Journal of the History of Ideas 1 (January 1940): 3-23.

McCorkle, Pope. “The Historian as Intellectual: Charles Beard and the Constitution Reconsidered.” American Journal of Legal History 28 (October 1984): 314-63.

McCormick, Richard P. “Suffrage Classes and Party Alignments: a Study in Voter Behavior.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 46 (December 1959): 397-410.

McCoy, Donald R. “Underdeveloped Sources of Understanding in American History.” Journal of American History 54 (September 1967): 255-70.

Merk, Frederick. “Presidential Fevers.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 47 (June 1960): 3-33.

Merton, Robert K. “The Sociology of Knowledge.” ISIS 27 (November 1937): 493-503.

Meyerhoff, Hans. “History and Philosophy: an Introduction.” In his The Philosophy of History in Our Time (New York: Doubleday, 1959).

Minot, Stephen. “What a Seminar is NOT.” AAUP Bulletin (Dec. 1958): 733-5.

Morison, Samuel Eliot. “History as a Literary Art.” Old South Leaflets Series II, No. 1 (Boston: The Old South Association, (n.d.)).

Mowry, George E. “The Uses of History by Recent Presidents.” Journal of American History 53 (June 1966): 5-18.

Muller, Philip R. “Look Back without Anger: A Reappraisal of William A. Dunning.” Journal of American History 61 (September 1974): 325-38.

Neider, Charles. Mark Twain and the Russians: an Exchange of Views (New York: Hill and Wang, 1960).

O’Brien, Michael. “C. Vann Woodward and the Burden of Southern Liberalism.” American Historical Review 78 (June 1973): 589-604.

Paul, Rodman W. “The Mormons as a Theme in Western Historical Writing.” Journal of American History 54 (December 1969): 511-23.

Pierce, Edward A. “Recollections as a Source of History.” In Enfranchisement and Citizenship: Addresses and Papers, ed. A. W. Stevens (Boston: Roberts Brothers,1896).

Potter, David M. “The Historian’s Use of Nationalism and Vice Versa.” American Historical Review 67 (July 1962): 924-50.

Randall, John Herman, Jr. “The University Seminar as a Source of Spiritual Power.” American Scholar 34 (Summer 1965): 452-57.

Randall, John Herman, Jr., and George Haines IV. “Controlling Assumptions in the Practice of American Historians.” SSRC Bulletin 54 (1946): 17-52.

Ruchames, Louis. “The Historian as Special Pleader.” Nation (24 November 1962): 353-57.

Rundell, Walter, Jr. “Uncle Sam the Historian: Federal Historical Activities.” The Historian 33 (November 1970): 1-20.

Samuelson, Paul A. “Economists and the History of Ideas.” American Economic Review 52 (March 1962): 1-18.

Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr. “The Historian as Participant.” Daedalus 100 (1971): 339-58.

Sherwin, Martin J. “The Atomic Bomb and the Origins of the Cold War: U.S. Atomic-Energy Policy and Diplomacy, 1941-45.” American Historical Review 78 (October 1973): 945-68.

Shils, Edward. “The Intellectuals and the Powers: Some Perspectives for Comparative Analysis.” Comparative Studies in Society and History: an International Quarterly 1 (October 1958): 5-22.

Singal, Daniel Joseph. “Ulrich B. Phillips: The Old South as the New.” Journal of American History 63 (March 1977): 871-91.

Smelser, Marshall, and William I. Davisson. “The Historian and the Computer: a Simple Introduction to Complex Computation.” Essex Institute Historical Collections 104 (April 1968): 1-18.

Spengler, Joseph J. “Social Science and the Collectivization of Hubris.Political Science Quarterly 87 (March 1972): 1-21.

Swierenga, Robert P. “Computers and American History: the Impact of the ‘New’ Generation.” Journal of American History 60 (March 1974): 1045-70.

Swisher, Carl B. “Research in Public Law: Report of the Panel on Public Law.” American Political Science Review 40 (June 1946): 552-62.

Thrupp, Sylvia L. “Comparative Studies in Society and History: a Working Alliance among Specialists.” International Social Science Journal 17 (1965): 1-11.

Unger, Irwin. “The ‘New Left’ and American History: Some Recent Trends in United States Historiography.” American Historical Review 72 (July 1967): 1237-63.

Vartanian, Pershing. “The Cochran Thesis: a Critique in Statistical Analysis.” Journal of American History 51 (June 1964): 77-89.

Vose, Clement E. “Crosskey on Shenanigans v. Science.” Journal of Politics 17 (August 1955): 448-52.

Wade, Louise Carroll. “Assistance Available for Post-Doctoral Historical Research and Publication.” American Historical Review (April 1957): 570-93.

Ward, John W. “The Meaning of Lindbergh’s Flight.” American Quarterly 10 (Spring 1958): 3-16.

Webb, Walter Prescott. “The Historical Seminar: Its Outer Shell and Its Inner Spirit.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 42 (June 1955): 3-23.

Weisberger, Bernard A. “The Dark and Bloody Ground of Reconstruction Historiography.” Journal of Southern History 25 (November 1957): 427-47.

Woodward, C. Vann. “The Aging of America.” American Historical Review 82 (June 1977): 583-603.

Woodward, C. Vann. “Clio With Soul.” Journal of American History 56 (June 1969): 5-20.

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Achenbaum, W. Andrew. “Public History’s Past, Present, and Prospects.” American Historical Review 92 (December 1987): 1162-74.

Ambrosius, Lloyd E. “Turner’s Frontier Thesis and the Modern American Empire: a review essay.” Civil War History 17 (December 1971): 332-39.

Ayers, Edward L. “Toward a New Synthesis of the New South” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

Bender, Thomas. “The New History–Then and Now.” Reviews in American History (December 1984): 612-622.

Benson, Jane A. “Bibliographic and Reference Sources for Historical Research” (Kent State University Libraries, 1979) (typescript).

Billington, Ray Allen. “Frederick Jackson Turner and the Closing of the Frontier.” University of Wyoming Publications 28 (October 1971): 45-56.

Billington, Ray Allen. “Why Some Historians Rarely Write History: A Case Study of Frederick Jackson Turner.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 50 (June 1963): 3-27.

Coleman, William. “Science and Symbol in the Turner Frontier Hypothesis.” American Historical Review 72 (October 1966): 22-49.

Elkins, Stanley, and Eric McKitrick. “A Meaning for Turner’s Frontier.” Political Science Quarterly 69 (September 1954): 321-53; part 2, pp. 565-602.

Glassberg, David. “History and the Public: Legacies of the Progressive Era.” Journal of American History 73 (March 1987): 957-80.

Gressley, Gene M. “The Turner Thesis–a Problem in Historiography.” Agricultural History 32 (October 1958): 227-49.

Hoeveler, J. David, Jr. “Conservative Intellectuals and the Reagan Ascendancy” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

Jacobs, Wilbur R. “Frederick Jackson Turner’s Notes on the Westward Movement, California, and the Far West.” Journal of the Historical Society of Southern California 44 (1964): 161-68.

Jacobs, Wilbur R. “Turner’s Methodology: Multiple Working Hypotheses or Ruling Theory?” Journal of American History 54 (March 1968): 853-63.

Johnson, David A. “Charles Beard’s Science of Politics and the Economic Interpretation of History, 1910-1925” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

Livingston, James. “The Social Analysis of Economic History and Theory: Conjectures on Late Nineteenth-Century American Development.” American Historical Review 92 (February 1987): 69-95.

Matthews, Fred. “Present Pasts: Liberal Intellectuals Interpret American History, 1925-50” (typescript, n.d.).

Meier, August, and Elliott Rudwick. “J. Franklin Jameson, Carter G. Woodson, and the Foundations of Black Historiography.” American Historical Review 89 (October 1984): 1005-15.

Miscellaneous note on historiography (one piece).

Oestreicher, Richard. “Urban Working-Class Political Behavior and Theories of American Electoral Politics, 1870-1940.” Journal of American History 74 (March 1988): 1257-1310.

Ross, Dorothy. “Historical Consciousness in Nineteenth-Century America.” American Historical Review 89 (October 1984): 909-28.

Singal, Daniel Joseph. “Beyond Consensus: Richard Hofstadter and American Historiography.” American Historical Review 89 (October 1984): 976-1004.

Slonim, Shlomo, “Beard’s Historiography and the Constitutional Convention.” Perspectives in American History, new series 3 (1987): 173-206.

Turner, Frederick Jackson. “The Significance of the Frontier in American History.” Annual Report of the American Historical Association (AHA, 1893): 190-227.

Van Tassel, David D. “From Learned Society to Professional Organization: the American Historical Association, 1884-1900.” American Historical Review 89 (October 1984): 929-56.

White, Lynn, Jr. “The Social Responsibility of Scholarship: History.” Journal of Higher Education 32 (October 1961): 357-61.

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Berthoff, Rowland. “Celtic Mist Over the South.” Journal of Southern History 52 (November 1986): 523-50.

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Weber, David J. “Turner, the, and the Borderlands.” American Historical Review 91 (February 1986): 66-81.

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Beard, Charles. “Written History as an Act of Faith.” American Historical Review 39 (January 1934): 219-31.

Degler, Carl. “Remaking American History.” Journal of American History 67 (June 1980): 7-25.

Diggins, John Patrick. “Power and Authority in American History: the Case of Charles A. Beard and His Critics.” American Historical Review 86 (October 1981): 701-30.

Higham, John. “Beyond Consensus: the Historian as Moral Critic.” American Historical Review 67 (April 1962): 609-25.

Unger, Irwin. “The Adventures (and Misadventures) of a Text Book Author” (paper presented before the OAH, 1982) (typescript).

White, Lynn, Jr. “On Intellectual Gloom.” American Scholar 35 (Spring 1966): 223-26.

Wright, Gordon. “History as a Moral Science.” American Historical Review 81 (February 1976): 1-11.

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Boorstin, Daniel. Bibliography from his The Americans: the National Experience (New York: Random House, 1965).

Corwin bibliography (one piece).

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Howe, Daniel Walker. “The Social Science of Horace Bushnell.” Journal of American History 70 (September 1983): 305-22.

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Matthews, Fred. “The Reassertion of American: From Progressivism to Liberalism in the Intellectual Weeklies, 1920-1950” (paper presented before the SHA, 1985) (typescript).

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Stearns, Peter N., with Carol Z. Stearns.: Clarifying the History of Emotions and Emotional Standards.” American Historical Review 90 (October 1985): 813-36.

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Allardyce, Gilbert. “The Rise and Fall of the Western Civilization Course.” American Historical Review 87 (June 1982): 695-743.

Bestor, Arthur. “The Humaneness of History.” Western Humanities Review 16 (Winter 1962): 3-9.

Bogue, Allan G. “Historians and Radical Republicans: a Meaning for Today.” Journal of American History 70 (1983): 7-34.

Butts, Francis T. “The Myth of Perry Miller.” American Historical Review 87 (June 1982): 665-94.

Cochran, Thomas C. “The Social Sciences and the Problem of Historical Synthesis.” The Social Sciences in Historical Study (Social Science Research Council, Bulletin 64, 1954): 157-71.

DeBenedetti, Charles. “American Historians and Armaments: the Twentieth Century” (typescript, 1982).

Formisano, Ronald P. “American Political History: From Beard to Hofstadter” (paper presented before the OAH, 1985) (typescript).

Hays, Samuel P. “Theoretical Implications of Recent Work in the History of American Society and Politics” (paper presented before the OAH, 1984) (typescript).

Hersey, John. “The Triumph of Numbers.” Atlantic Monthly 246 (October 1980): 78-84.

Higham, John. “The Rise of American Intellectual History.” American Historical Review 56 (April 1951): 453-71.

Himmelfarb, Gertrude. “Denigrating the Rule of Reason.” Harper’s (April 1984): 84-90.

Hollinger, David A. “The Problem of Pragmatism in American History.” Journal of American History 67 (June 1980): 88-107.

Jensen, Richard. “The Microcomputer Revolution for Historians.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 14 (Summer 1983): 91-111.

Jensen, Richard. “Modernization as a Framework for American History” (paper presented before the OAH, 1981) (typescript).

Kelly, Alfred H. “Clio and the Court: an Illicit Love Affair.” Supreme Court Review (1965): 119-58.

Kramnick, Isaac. “Republican Revisionism Revisited.” American Historical Review 87 (June 1982): 629-64.

Krieger, Leonard. “The Idea of Authority in the West.” American Historical Review 82 (April 1977): 249-70.

McCormick, Richard P. “The ‘New American Political History,’ 1890-1915” (typescript, n.d.).

Meier, August. “Benjamin Quarles and the Historiography of Black America.” Civil War History 26 (June 1980): 101-16.

Meier, August. “Wither the Black Perspective in Afro-American Historiography?” Journal of American History 70 (1983): 101-05.

Morison, Samuel Eliot. “Faith of a Historian.” American Historical Review 56 (January 1951): 261-75.

Noggle, Burl. “The Twenties: a New Historical  graphical Frontier.” Journal of American History 53 (September 1966): 299-314.

Nore, Ellen. “Charles A. Beard’s Act of Faith: Context and Content.” Journal of American History 66 (March 1980): 850-66.

Roth, Darlene R. “Growing Like Topsy: Research Guides to Women’s History.” Journal of American History 70 (1983): 95-100.

Shafer, Boyd C. “The Study of History in the United States.” AAUP Bulletin (Autumn 1964): 232-40.

Susman, Warren I. “History and the American Intellectual: Uses of a Usable Past.” American Quarterly 16 (Summer 1964): 243-63.

Vitzthum, Richard C. “The Historian as Editor: Francis Parkman’s Reconstruction of Sources in Montcalm and Wolfe.” Journal of American History 53 (December 1966): 471-86.

Webb, Walter Prescott. “The Historical Seminar: Its Outer Shell and Its Inner Spirit.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 42 (June 1955): 3-23.

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Marcell, David W. “John Fiske, Chauncey Wright, and William James: A Dialogue on Progress.” Journal of American History 56 (March 1970): 802-18.

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Rabinowitz, Howard N. “More than the Woodward Thesis: Assessing The Strange Career of Jim Crow.Journal of American History 75 (December 1988): 842-56.

Woodward, C. Vann. “Strange Career Critics: Long May They Persevere.” Journal of American History 75 (December 1988): 857-68.

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Brayer, Herbert O. “Preliminary Guide to Indexed Newspapers in the United States, 1850-1900.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 33 (September 1946): 237-58.

Carter, Clarence E. “Historical Editing.” Bulletins of the National Archives 7 (August 1952): 181-231.

Director of Historical Archives, Inter-University Consortium for Political Research. “Availability of Historical Data” (typescript memo, 6 March 1969).

Dowd, Mary Jane. “Critical Judgment of Posner’s American State Archives.American Archivist 28 (October 1965): 526-28.

Farrell, John T. “An Abandoned Approach to Philippine History: John R. M. Taylor and the Philippine Insurrection Records.” Catholic Historical Review 39 (January 1954): 385-407.

Hays, Samuel P. “Archival Sources for American Political History.” American Archivist 28 (January 1965): 17-30.

House, Albert V. “The Samuel Latham Mitchill Barlow Papers in the Huntington Library.” Huntington Library Quarterly 28 (August 1965): 341-52.

Joyner, Fred B. “A Brief Calendar of Jefferson Davis Papers in the Samuel Richey Confederate Collection of the Miami University Library, Oxford, Ohio.” Journal of Mississippi History 25 (January 1963): 15-32.

Newman, Ralph G., and E. B. Long. “A Basic Civil War Library.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 56 (Summer 1963): 391-411.

Schellenberg, T. R. “A Nationwide System of Controlling Historical Manuscripts in the United States.” American Archivist 29 (July 1965): 409-12.A Selected Bibliography on the Role of the Negro in American History: Designed for Use by High School and College Teachers and Students (Chicago, IL: Department of Educational Services, Illinois Commission on Human Relations, 1967) (pamphlet).

White, Gerald T. “Government Archives Afield: the Federal Records Centers and the Historian.” Journal of American History 55 (March 1969): 833-42.

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Kniffen, Fred. “Folk Housing: Key to Diffusion.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 55 (December 1965): 549-77.

Kniffen, Fred, and Henry Glassie. “Building in Wood in the Eastern United States: a Time-Place Perspective.” Geographical Review 56 (1966): 40-66.

Merrens, H. Roy. “Historical Geography and Early American History.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series 22 (October 1965): 529-48.

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Jensen, Richard J. “Historiography of American Political History” (draft article for Greene, ed., Encyclopedia of American Political History).

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Swierenga, Robert P. “Bibliographic Instruction in Historical Methods Courses” (paper presented before the OAH, 1983) (typescript).

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Current, Richard N. “Fiction as History: a Review Essay.” Journal of Southern History 52 (February 1986): 77-90.

Diggins, John Patrick. “Comrades and Citizens: New Mythologies in American Historiography.” American Historical Review 90 (June 1985): 614-49.

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Herz, Lillian E. “Veteran Scribe Traces History: Although a Woman, She Kept Secrets.” Galveston News, 10 July 1949 (typescript). Herz began reporting for the GN in the spring of 1919.

Jones, Robert L. Interview with Adrian Levy, Sr., 30 September 1980 (typescript).

Jones, Robert L. Interview with Emma Claiborn, 21 July 1980 (typescript).

Jones, Robert L. Interview with John H. Clouser, 22 & 25 April 1980 (typescript). African-American history of Galveston, TX, 1920s-1950s.

Jones, Robert L. Interview with John W. McCullough, 4 December 1980 (typescript).

Jones, Robert L. Interviews with Leon M. Banks, Sr., 24 April 1980, 2 May 1980, 6 May 1980, 23 May 1980 (typescript). African-American history of Galveston, TX, 1910s-1950s.

Kenamore, Jane. “Houston Women’s Exhibit: Ruth Levy Kempner, Political Reformer, Galveston” (typescript, n.d.).

Kenamore, Jane. Interview with Frances Kay Harris, 1 December 1976 (typescript)

Kempner Family information (letters, family history, etc.), includes: “Historical Record of the Kempner Family” (Rosenberg Library file, 7 May 1948); J. D. Claitor, “Personality Sketch: Isaac Herbert Kempner, Civic Builder Emeritus and Humanitarian” (Rosenberg Library file, 3 March 1954); “Harris L. Kempner” (speech presented before the Harvard Business School Club of Houston, 27 September 1981); interview with Fannie Kempner Adoue, 1 August 1981 (interviewer: Louis J. Marchiafava); interview with Sarah Kempner Weston, 29 August 1891 (interviewer: Louis J. Marchiafava); interview with Mrs. Ruth Kempner, 5 June 1981 (interviewer: Louis J. Marchiafava); Kempner, Hennie B., “The Blum Saga…1968” (typescript, n.d.); history of Kempfer businesses (typescript); Tim Thompson, “History of H. Kempner” (unpublished manuscript, 16 September 1957); interviews with Harris Kempner, 6 June 1981, 1 August 1981 Jones (interviewer: Louis J. Marchiafava); interview with Harris Kempner, 17-18 June 1980 (interviewer: Robert L. Jones); interview with Harris Kempner, 6 August 1982 (interviewer: Barbara Guidry); interview with Harris Weston, 29 August 1981 (interviewer: Louis J. Marchiafava); interviews with Hyman S. Block, 6 June 1981 & 1 August 1981 (interviewer: Louis J. Marchiafava); interview with Harris Kempner, 1 September 1987 (interviewer: Joan Frankel Golden); interview with Dr. Truman G. Blocker, 4 March 1980 (interviewer: Nonie K. Thompson); cable from the Home Office, Whitehall, to Liverpool cotton Exchange, 5 march 1915, on re-transmission of cables during wartime between Kempner and LCE offices (typescript).

Wapen, Steven G. Interview with Robert Albright, 8 June 1977 (typescript). African-American history of Galveston, TX, 1940s-1950s.

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Viscount Milner. Cotton Contraband (London: Darling and Son, Limited, 1915) (pamphlet).

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Brown, E. Cary. “Fiscal Policy in the ‘Thirties: a Reappraisal.” American Economic Review 46 (December 1956): 857-79.

Hall, Kermit. “The Great Depression and the Emergence of Liberal Legal Culture.” In his The Magic Mirror: Law in American History (NY: Oxford University Press, 1989).

Hamilton, David E. “The Causes of the Banking Panic of 1930: Another View.” Journal of Southern History 51 (November 1985): 581-608.

Leuchtenburg, William E. “Election of 1936” (source unknown).

Nichols, Jeannette P. “Roosevelt’s Monetary Diplomacy in 1933.” American Historical Review 56 (January 1951): 295-317. 

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McElwain, Edwin. “The Business of the Supreme Court as Conducted by Chief Justice Hughes.” Harvard Law Review 63 (November 1949): 5-26.

Robinson, John H. “The Compromise of ’38 and the Federal Courts Today.” Notre Dame Law Review 73 (1998): 891-12.

Subrin, Stephen N. “Fishing Expeditions Allowed: the Historical Background of the 1938 Federal Discovery Rules.” Boston College Law Review 39 (May 1998): 691-745.

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Ahlstrom, Sydney E. “Continental Influence on American Christian Thought Since World War I.” Church History 27 (September 1958): 256-72.

Auerbach, Jerold S. “The La Follette Committee: Labor and Civil Liberties in the New Deal.” Journal of American History 51 (December 1964): 435-59.

Bernstein, Barton J. “The Truman Administration and the Steel Strike of 1946.” Journal of American History 52 (March 1966): 791-803.

Billington, Ray Allen. “Government and the Arts: the W.P.A. Experience.” American Quarterly 13 (Winter 1961): 466-79.

Blassingame, John W. “Black Studies: An Intellectual Crisis.” American Scholar (Autumn 1969): 548-60.

Blum, John M. “The Public Image: Politics.” In Robert E. Spiller and Eric Larrabee, ed., American Perspectives: The National Self-Image in the Twentieth Century (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1961).

Bronowski, J. “Protest–Past and Present.” American Scholar (Autumn 1969): 535-46.

Claude, Inis L., Jr. “The Management of Power in the Changing United Nations.” International Organization 15.2 (1961): 219-35.

Cole, Wayne S. “American Entry into World War II: a Appraisal.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 43 (March 1957): 595-617.

Committee for Amnesty. Still No Amnesty (New York: Committee for Amnesty, c1948) (pamphlet).

Dalfiume, Richard M. “The ‘Forgotten Years’ of the Negro Revolution.” Journal of American History 55 (June 1968): 90-106.

Eckes, Alfred E., Jr. “Open Door Expansionism Reconsidered: The World War II Experience.” Journal of American History 59 (March 1973): 909-24.

Esthus, Raymond A. “President Roosevelt’s Commitment to Britain to Intervene in a Pacific War.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 50 (June 1963): 28-38.

Fine, Sidney. “President Roosevelt and the Automobile Clause.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 45 (June 1958): 23-50.

Fitzsimons, M. A. “The Suez Crisis and the Containment Policy.” Review of Politics 19 (October 1957): 419-45.

Hall, Kermit. “The Imperial Judiciary and Contemporary Social Change.” In his The Magic Mirror: Law in American History (NY: Oxford University Press, 1989).

Harrison, Robert. “The Breakup of the Roosevelt Supreme Court: the Contribution of History and Biography.” Law and History Review 2 (February 1984): 165-21.

Leighton, Richard M. “OVERLORD Revisited: An Interpretation of American Strategy in the European War, 1942-1944.” American Historical Review 68 (July 1963): 919-37.

Maddox, Robert James. “Atomic Diplomacy: A Study in Creative Writing.” Journal of American History 59 (March 1973): 925-34.

May, Ernest R. “The Alliance for Progress in Historical Perspective.” Foreign Affairs 41 (July 1963): 757-74.

May, Henry F. “Shifting Perspectives on the 1920’s.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 43 (December 1956): 405-26.

McCoy, Donald R. “The National Progressives of America, 1938.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 47 (June 1957): 75-93.

Mendelson, Wallace. “Judicial Review and Party Politics.” Vanderbilt Law Review 12 (March 1959): 447-57.

Miscellaneous notes on Supreme Court (five pieces).

Morton, Louis. “Soviet Intervention in the War with Japan.” Foreign Affairs 40 (July 1962): 653-62.

Moynihan, Daniel P. “Politics as the Art of the Impossible.” American Scholar (Autumn 1969): 573-83.

Nash, Gerald D. “Herbert Hoover and the Origins of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 46 (December 1959): 455-68.

Redding, Saunders. “The Black Youth Movement.” American Scholar (Autumn 1969): 584-87.

Roose, Kenneth D. “The Recession of 1937-38.” Journal of Political Economy 56 (June 1948): 239-48.

Rudolph, Frederick. “The American Liberty League, 1934-1940.” American Historical Review 56 (October 1950): 19-33.

Schumpeter, Joseph A. “The American Economy in the Interwar Period: The Decade of the Twenties.” American Economic Review 36 (May 1946): 1-10.

Stegner, Wallace. “The Radio Priest and His Flock.” In Isabel Leighton, ed., The Aspirin Age (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1949).

Stern, Robert L. “The Commerce Clause and the National Economy, 1933-1946.” Harvard Law Review 59 (May 1946): 645-93.

Tobin, James. “Defense, Dollars, and Doctrines.” Yale Review 47 (Spring 1958): 321-34.

Tsou, Tang. “The American Political Tradition and the American Image of Chinese Communism.” Political Science Quarterly 77 (December 1962): 570-600.

Tugwell, R. G. “The New Deal: The Progressive Tradition.” Western Political Quarterly 3 (September 1950): 390-427.

Wilmerding, Lucius, Jr. “The Vice Presidency.” Political Science Quarterly 68 (March 1953): 17-41.

Wye, Christopher G. “The New Deal and the Negro Community: Toward a Broader Conceptualization.” Journal of American History 59 (December 1972): 621-38.

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Cox, Archibald. “Hughes Court” (source unknown).

Daniels, Roger. “FDR: The New Deal Presidency, an Evaluation After Three Decades” (typescript, 1975).

Fortas, Abe. Concerning Dissent and Civil Disobedience (New York: New American Library, 1968) (pamphlet).

Howard, Woodford, and Cornelius Bushoven. “The Screws Case Revisited.” Journal of Politics 29 (1967): 617-36.

Katz, Ellis. “Patterns of Compliance with the Schempp Decision.” Journal of Public Law 14 (1966): 396-408.

Mason, Alpheus T. “The Supreme Court: Instrument of Power or Revealed Truth, 1930-1937” (Gaspar G. Bacon Lecture, delivered at Boston University, February 18, 19, and 20, 1953) (typescript).

McCloskey, Robert G. “Deeds Without Doctrines: Civil Rights in the 1960 Term of the Supreme Court.” American Political Science Review 56 (March 1962): 71-89.

Miscellaneous notes on Supreme Court (ten pieces).

Rauh, Joseph L., Jr. “An Unabashed Liberal Looks at a Half-Century of the Supreme Court.” North Carolina Law Review 69 (1990): 213-49.

 “Willard Hurst, Consensus History, and The Growth of American Law.” Reviews in American History 20 (March 1992): 124-44.

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Ickes, Harold. “If I Were Martin Dies, M. C.” (typescript, 1940).

Johnson, James P. “Drafting the NRA Code of Fair Competition for the Bituminous Coal Industry.” Journal of American History 53 (December 1966): 521-41.

Miscellaneous documents and notes by and about Harold Ickes (six pieces).

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Schulman, Bruce J. “The Wages of Dixie: The Federal Government and the Reorganization of Southern Industry, 1933-1945” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

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Duram, James C. and Eleanor A. Duram. “Congressman Clifford Hope‘s Correspondence With His Constituents: A Conservative View of the Court-Packing Fight of 1937.” Kansas Historical Quarterly 37 (1971): 64-80.

White, Cecil Edward, Jr. “Joseph Taylor Robinson: Keystone of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Supreme Court ‘Packing’ Plan.” Southern Historian 7 (Spring 1986): 23-30.

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Koeniger, A. Cash. “The New Deal and the States: Roosevelt versus the Byrd Organization in Virginia.” Journal of American History 68 (March 1982): 876-96.

Patterson, James T. “The New Deal and the States.” American Historical Review 73 (October 1967): 70-84.

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Fine, Sidney. “Mr. Justice Murphy in World War II.” Journal of American History 53 (June 1966): 90-106.

Justice Frankfurter and the Nazi Saboteurs” (typescript, 1979).

Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr. “Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Constitution and the Coming of the Second World War” (typescript, 1947).

Trefousse, Hans L. “Failure of German Intelligence in the United States, 1935-1945.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 42 (June 1955): 84-100.

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Current, Richard N. “How Stimson Meant to ‘Maneuver’ the Japanese.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 40 (June 1953): 67-74.

McNeill, William H. The Structure of Military-Technical Transformation (The Harmon Memorial Lectures in Military History, Number Thirty-Seven). Washington, DC: GPO, 1994. (pamphlet)

O’Connor, Raymond G. “Roosevelt and Churchill: a Reinterpretation of the Diplomacy of World War II” (typescript, n.d.).

Weinberg, Gerhard L. The Place of World War II in History (The Harmon Memorial Lectures in Military History, Number Thirty-Seven). Washington, DC: GPO, 1995. (pamphlet)

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Adams, Frederick C. “The Road to Pearl Harbor: A Reexamination of American Far eastern Policy, July 1937-December 1938.” Journal of American History 58 (June 1971): 73-92.

Adler, Selig. “Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Foreign Policy, 1933-45: An Assessment” (typescript, n.d.).

Bittker, Boris I. “The World War II German Saboteurs’ Case and Writs of Certiorari Before Judgment by the Court of Appeals: A Tale of Nunc Pro Tunc Jurisdiction.” Constitutional Commentary 14 (1997): 431-51.

Miscellaneous notes and documents on World War II (one piece).

Nalty, Bernard C. The Right to Fight: African-American Marines in World War II (Marines in World War II Commemorative Series). Washington, DC: GPO, 1995. (pamphlet)

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DeBenedetti, Charles. “The American Peace Movement and Asia, 1941-1961.” Pacific Historical Review (1981): 192-214.

Kittredge, T. B. “United States Defense Policy and Strategy; 1941.” U.S. News and World Report (3 December 1954): 53-63, 110-39.

Koistinen, Paul A. C. “The ‘Industrial-Military Complex’ in Historical Perspective: the  Years.” Journal of American History 56 (March 1970): 819-39.

Lee, R. Alton. “The Army ‘Mutiny’ of 1946.” Journal of American History 53 (December 1966): 555-71.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on World War II (six pieces).

Morton, Louis. “ Armet: Lessons of the Past.” World History 12 (January 1960): 155-64.

Pugach, Noel H. “American Friendship for China and the Shantung Question at the Washington Conference.” Journal of American History 64 (June 1977): 67-86.

Rakove, Jack N. “Solving a Constitutional Puzzle: the Clause as a Case Study.” Perspectives in American History, new series 1 (1984): 233-81.

Rosenberg, David Alan. “American Atomic Strategy and the Hydrogen Bomb Decision.” Journal of American History 66 (June 1979): 62-87.

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Howard, J. Woodford, Jr. “Advocacy in Constitutional choice: the Cramer Treason Case, 1942-1945.” American Bar Foundation Research Journal 3 (1986): 375-413.

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Japanese Relocation (three pieces).

Rostow, Eugene V. “The Japanese American Cases–A Disaster.” Yale Law Journal 54 (June 1945): 489-533.

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Drinan, Robert F. “Moral Architects or Selfish Schemers? (review of Abel’s American Lawyers). Georgetown Law Journal 79 (1990): 389-98.

Interviews with Ramsey Clark, 30 October 1968 and 21 March 1969 (interviewer: Harri Baker).

Vinson and Elkins History Project, includes:

  • Interview with Judge Norman W. Black, Southern District Court of Texas (13 March 1991).
  • Interview with Judge Carl Olaf Bue, Jr., Southern District Court of Texas (n.d.).
  • Interview with Judge Melinda Harmon (16 May 1991).
  • Interview with Judge David Hittner, U.S. District Judge (12 April 1991).
  • Interview with Joseph Hutcheson III, Baker & Botts (3 March 1988).
  • Interview with Judge Joe F. Ingraham, Southern District Court of Texas (4 February 1988).
  • Interview with Judge Simeon T. Lake, III, Southern District Court of Texas (16 May 1991).
  • Interview with Judge James Latane Noel, Jr., Southern District Court of Texas (12 February 1988).
  • Interview with Chief Judge John Singleton, Southern District Court of Texas (14 March 1988).

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Lindley, Lester G. “The Deficit and the Constitution: a Betrayal of Fundamental Values.” Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy 11 (February 1990): 255-79.

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Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944. U.S. Code, Chapter 268 (P.L. 346).

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Auerbach, Jerold S. “New Deal, Old Deal, or Raw Deal: Some Thoughts on New Left Historiography.” Journal of Southern History 35 (February 1969): 18-30.

Danaher, John A. Letter to Chester Nimitz, 5 February 1951.

Divine, Robert A. “The Cold War and the Election of 1948.” Journal of American History 59 (June 1972): 90-110.

Hamby, Alonzo L. “The Liberals, Truman, and FDR as Symbol and Myth.” Journal of American History 56 (March 1970): 859-67.

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Hamby, Alonzo L. “Harry S. Truman and the Fair Deal” (typescript, n.d.).

Miscellaneous notes on Truman (three pieces).

Sitkoff, Harvard. “Harry Truman and the Election of 1948: The Coming of Age of Civil Rights in American Politics.” Journal of Southern History 37 (November 1971): 597-616.

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Saxer, Shelley Ross. “Shelley v. Kraemer‘s Fiftieth Anniversary: ‘A Time for Keeping; a Time for Throwing Away’?” Kansas Law Review 47 (1998): 61-120.

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Carroll, William A. “The Constitution, the Supreme Court, and Religion.” American Political Science Review 61 (September 1967): 657-74.

Griffith, Robert. “Dwight D. Eisenhower and the Corporate Commonwealth.” American Historical Review 87 (February 1982): 87-122.

Griffith, Robert. “Old Progressives and the Cold War.” Journal of American History 66 (September 1979): 334-47.

Mahoney, Joan. “Civil Liberties in Britain During the Cold War: the Role of the Central Government.” American journal of Legal History 33 (January 1989): 53-100.

McAuliffe, Mary S. “Liberals and the Communist Control Act of 1954.” Journal of American History 63 (September 1976): 351-67.

Miscellaneous notes on civil liberties (three pieces).

O’Reilly, Kenneth. “A New Deal for the FBI: the Roosevelt Administration, Crime Control, and National Security.” Journal of American History 69 (December 1982): 638-58.

Ribuffo, Leo P. “The Brown Scare: A ‘Paranoid Style’ in American Politics” (paper presented before the SHA, 1977) (typescript).

Shattuck, Henry L. “The Loyalty Review Board of the U.S. Civil Service Commission, 1947-1953.” Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society 78 (1966): 63-80.

Theoharis, Athan G. “Dissent and the State: Unleashing the FBI, 1917-1985.” The History Teacher 24 (November 1990): 1-12.

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Miscellaneous notes on Eisenhower Era (one piece).

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Belknap, Michal R. “The Trials of Labor Defense: the Smith Act Cases and the Transformation of Communist Party Litigation Strategy.” Journal of Criminal Defense 2 (1976): 287-316.

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Cooper, Joseph, and Gary Bombardier. “Presidential Leadership and Party Success.” Journal of Politics 30 (November 1968): 1012-27.

Frantz, Joe B. “Opening a Curtain: the Metamorphosis of Lyndon B. Johnson.” Journal of Southern History 45 (February 1979): 3-26.

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O’Reilly, Kenneth. “The FBI and the Civil Rights Movement During the Kennedy Years–From the Freedom Rides to Albany.” Journal of Southern History 54 (May 1988): 201-32.

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Anders, Roger M. “The Rosenberg Case Revisited: The Greenglass Testimony and the Protection of Atomic Secrets.” American Historical Review 83 (May 1978): 388-400.

Parrish, Michael E. “Cold War Justice: The Supreme Court and the Rosenbergs.” American Historical Review 82 (October 1977): 805-42.

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Millett, Allan R. “Understanding Is Better Than Remembering: The Korean War, 1945-1954” (typescript, 1996).

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Finman, Ted, and Stewart Macaulay. “Freedom to Dissent: the Vietnam Protests and the Words of Public Officials.” Wisconsin Law Review (1966): 1-92.

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Freedman v. Maryland (380 U.S. 51).

Ginzburg v. United States (383 U.S. 463).

Miranda v. Arizona (384 U.S. 436).

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Garment, Leonard. “Annals of Law: the Hill case.” New Yorker (17 April 1989): 90-110.

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Feinman, Jay M. “The Development of the Will Rule.” American Journal of Legal History 20 (April 1976): 118-35.

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Fuchs, Ralph F. “Procedure in Administrative Rule-Making.” Harvard Law Review 52 (December 1938): 259-80.

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Hartman, Paul J. “State Taxation of Interstate Commerce: a Survey and an Appraisal.” Virginia Law Review 46 (October 1960): 1051-120.

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Dawson, John P. “Economic Duress–An Essay in Perspective.” Michigan Law Review 45 (January 1947): 253-90.

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Gulliver, Ashbel G., and Catherine J. Tilson. “Classification of Gratuitous Transfers.” Yale Law Journal 51 (November 1941): 1-39.

Leach, W. Barton. “Perpetuities in a Nutshell.” Harvard Law Review 51 (February 1938): 638-71.

Leach, W. Barton. “Perpetuities: The Nutshell Revisited.” Harvard Law Review 78 (March 1965): 973-92.

Leach, W. Barton. “The Rule Against Perpetuities and Gifts to Classes.” Harvard Law Review 51 (June 1938): 1329-53.

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Currie, Brainerd. “The Constitution and the ‘Transitory’ Cause of Action.” Harvard Law Review 73 (November 1959): 36-82; (December 1959): 268-303.

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Hill, Herbert. “The Role of Law in Securing Equal Employment Opportunity: Legal Powers and Social Change.” Boston College Industrial and Commercial Law Review 7 (Spring 1966): 625-52.

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Paulsen, Monrad G. “The Persistence of Substantive Due Process in the States.” Minnesota Law Review 34 (January 1950): 91-118.

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Boulding, Kenneth E., Michael Kammen, and Seymour Martin Lipset, ed. From Abundance to Scarcity: Implications for the American Tradition (The Hammond Lectures, Number 1). Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 1978) (pamphlet).

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Cahn, Edmond. “A Dangerous Myth in the School Desegregation Cases.” New York University Law Review 30 (January 1955): 150-69.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on school desegregation (six pieces).

Warren, Earl. “Inside the Supreme Court: the Momentous School Desegregation Decision.” The Atlantic 239 (April 1977): 35-40.

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Nam, Charles B. “Impact of the ‘GI Bills’ on the Educational Level of the Male Population.” Social Forces 43 (October 1964): 26-32.

Preer, Jean. “Lawyers v. Educators: Changing Perceptions of Desegregation in Public Higher Education.” Journal of Higher Education 53 (1982): 119-44.

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Hill, Herbert. “Myth-Making as Labor History: Herbert Gutman and the United Mine Workers of America.” International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society 2 (Winter 1988): 132-200.

Korstad, Robert, and Nelson Lichtenstein. “Opportunities Found and Lost: Labor, Radicals, and the Early Civil Rights Movement.” Journal of American History 75 (December 1988): 786-811.

Nathanson, Nathaniel L. “The Communist Trial and the Clear-and-Present-Danger Test.” Harvard Law Review 63 (1950): 1167-75.

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Barber, Kathleen L. “The Legal Status of the American Communist Party: 1965.” Journal of Public Law 15 (1966): 94-121.Suggested Standards for Determining Un-American Activities. Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution, 1945 (pamphlet).

Theoharis, Athan. “The Truman Administration and the Decline of Civil Liberties: The FBI’s Success in Securing Authorization for a Preventive Detention Program.” Journal of American History 64 (March 1978): 1010-30.

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Cooper, Joseph. “Congress and the Legislative Veto: Choices Since the Chadha Decision.” In Robert E. Hunter, Wayne L. Berman, and John F. Kennedy, ed., Making Government Work: From White House to Congress. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1986.

Cooper, Joseph. Statement of Joseph Cooper, Dean of Social Sciences, Rice University, on the Legislative Veto Before U.S. Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure, July 20, 1983 (typescript).

Cooper, Joseph, and Patricia A. Hurley. “The Legislative Veto: A Policy Analysis.” Congress and the Presidency 10 (Spring 1983): 1-24.

Dixon, Robert G., Jr. “The Executive on a Leash: the ‘Congressional Veto’ and Separation of Powers” (paper presented before the Association of American Law Schools, Houston, TX, 29 December 1976) (typescript).

Elliott, E. Donald. “INS v. Chadha: the Administrative Constitution, the Constitution, and the Legislative Veto.” Supreme Court Review (1983): 125-76.

Fisher, Louis. “The Separation Doctrine in the Twentieth Century” (paper presented before A Bicentennial Research Conference on “Understanding Congress,” sponsored by the Congressional Research Service, February 9-10, 1989, Washington, DC).

West, William, and Joseph Cooper. “The Congressional Veto and Administrative Rulemaking.” Political Science Quarterly 98 (Summer 1983): 285-304.

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Haskell, Thomas, and Sanford Levinson. “On Academic Freedom and Hypothetical Pools: a Reply to Alice Kessler-Harris.” Texas Law Review 67 (June 1989): 1591-1604.

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Wall, Bennett H. “Breaking Out: What Is Not In Southern History, 1918-1988.” Journal of Southern History 55 (February 1989): 3-20.

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“Blackmun Takes Justices to Task.” New York Times, 18 July 1988, p. 47.

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Taylor, Stuart, Jr. “Marshall Sounds Critical Note on Bicentennial.” New York Times, 8 May 1987, p. 1, 14.

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Diggins, John Patrick. “The Judge Pleads His Case” (review of Bork’s The Tempting of America). New York Times Book Review (n.d.): 15-6.

“Response Prepared to White House Analysis of Judge Bork’s Record” (paper prepared on behalf of the Senate Judiciary Committee, September 1987).

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Meier, August, and Elliott Rudwick. “Attorneys Black and White: A Case Study of Race Relations within the NAACP.” Journal of American History 62 (March 1976): 913-46.

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Selections from “Visions of the Constitution” (film program, n.d.).

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Nieman, ? “The Elusive Quest for Equality, 1969-1989” (unpublished typescript, 1989).

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Caraley, Demetrios, and Frances Penn. “Separation of Powers and Executive Privilege: The Watergate Briefs.” Political Science Quarterly 88 (December 1973): 582-654.

Wrone, David R. “The Tools of the Historian and the Assassination of John F. Kennedy. The Evidentiary Base: A Critical Evaluation of the Basic Findings of 200 Investigators Over the Last 14 Years” (paper presented before the SHA, 1977) (typescript).

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Vose, Clement E. “Litigation as a Form of Pressure Group Activity.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 319 (September 1958): 20-31.

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Bledsoe, William F. “Civil Rights Laws, a Retrospective.” Detroit College of Law at Michigan State University Law Review 3 (1996): 533-39.

“The Great Society, Vietnam, and the Warren Court’s Concluding Activism.” In The Constitution in Crisis Times.

Klarman, Michael J. “Rethinking the Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Revolutions.” Virginia Law Review 82 (February 1996): 1-67.

Peterson, F. Ross. “‘Deliberate Speed to Nowhere: the Eisenhower Administration and School Desegregation” (paper presented before the OAH, 1975) (typescript).

White, G. Edward. “Ethics and Activism.” In his Earl Warren: A Public Life. New York: Oxford University Press, 1982.

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Tobey, Ronald, Charles Wetherell, and Jay Brigham. “Moving Out and Settling In: Residential Mobility, Home Owning, and the Public  of Citizenship, 1921-1950.” American Historical Review 95 (December 1990): 1395-1422.

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Weinberg, Gerhard L. “Hitler’s Image of the United States.” American Historical Review 69 (July 1964): 1006-20.

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Clark, Tom C. “Mr. Justice Murphy: A Review Article.” Michigan History 53 (Fall 1969): 247-53.

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Glennon, Robert J., Jr. “‘Do Not Go Gentle’: More Than An Epitaph.” Wayne Law Review 22 (September 1976): 1305-34.

Mendelson, Wallace. “Mr. Justice Douglas and Government by the Judiciary.” Journal of Politics 38 (August-November 1976): 918-37.

Urofsky, Melvin I. “‘Dear Teacher’: The Correspondence of William O. Douglas and Thomas Reed Powell.” Law and History Review 7 (Fall 1989): 331-86.

Urofsky, Melvin I. “William O. Douglas as a Common Law Judge.” Duke Law Journal 41 (1991): 133-59.

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Cound, John J. “A Very New Lawyer’s First Case: Brown v. Board of Education.” Constitutional Commentary 15 (Spring 1998): 57-64.

Hyman, Harold M. Letter to the editor. New York Times, 29 January 1986, p. 30.

Klarman, Michael J. “Brown, Racial Change, and the Civil Rights Movement.” Virginia Law Review 80 (February 1994): 7-150.

Klarman, Michael J. “Brown v. Board of Education: Facts and Political Correctness.” Virginia Law Review 80 (February 1994): 185-99.

Langbein, John H. “The Historical Origins of the Privilege Against Self-Incrimination at Common Law.” Michigan Law Review 92 (March 1994): 1047-130.

Mason, Alpheus Thomas. “Understanding the Warren Court: Judicial Self-Restraint and Judicial Duty.” Political Science Quarterly 71 (December 1966): 523-63.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Brown (eight pieces).

Russell, Thomas D. “Historical Study of Personal Injury Litigation: A Comment on Method.” Georgia Journal of Southern Legal History 1 (Spring/Summer 1991): 109-33.

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Mayer, Michael S. “With Much Deliberation and Some Speed: Eisenhower and the Brown Decision.” Journal of Southern History 52 (February 1986): 43-76.

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Belknap, Michael R. “The Vindication of Burke Marshall” (paper presented before the ASLH, 1981) (typescript).

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Brooks, Carol Flora. “The Early History of the Anti-Contraceptive Laws in Massachusetts and Connecticut.” American Quarterly 18 (n.d.): 3-23.

Chemerinsky, Erwin. “Rationalizing the Abortion Debate: Legal Rhetoric and the Abortion Controversy.” Buffalo Law Review 31 (1983): 107-64.

Leung, Marianne. “‘Better Babies’: Birth Control in Arkansas during the 1930s.” In Virginia Bernhard, et al., ed., Hidden Histories of Women in the New South (Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 1994).



Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton. Motion for Leave to File Brief Amici Curiae on Behalf of Organizations and Named Women in Support of Appellants in Each Case, and Brief Amici Curiae.

Roe v. Wade Oral Arguments.” Seton Hall Constitutional Law Journal 8 (Spring 1998): 315-62.




Webster v. Reproductive Health Services. Brief Amicus Curiae of —- American Historians (draft).


Webster v. Reproductive Health Services. Brief of 281 American Historians as Amicus Curiae Supporting


Webster v. Reproductive Health Services. Motion for Leave to File Brief Amici Curiae and Annexed Brief.

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Cox, Joe Michael. “Business and Commercial Applications of Civil RICO.” Land and Water Law Review 25 (1990): 207-37.

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Burton, Vernon. Draft article on the Voting Rights Act of 1965 for Wilson Quarterly (typescript).

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Mikva, Abner J. “Deregulating Through the Back Door: The Hard Way to Fight a Revolution.” University of Chicago Law Review 57 (1990): 521-41.

Stewart, Richard B. “Madison’s Nightmare.” University of Chicago Law Review 57 (1990): 335-56.

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Belknap, Michael J. “The Warren Court and the Vietnam War: The Limits of Legal Liberalism.” Georgia Law Review 33 (1998): 65-154.

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Sommerville, Diane Miller. “The Rape Myth in the Old South Reconsidered.” Journal of Southern History 61 (August 1995): 481-518.

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Bell, Daniel. “The Dispossessed–1962.” Columbia University Forum 5 (Fall 1962): 4-12.

Bickel, Alexander M. “The Great Apportionment Case.” New Republic, 9 April 1962, p. 13-14.

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Hartman, Mary S. Excerpts from her Victorian Murderesses (New York: Schocken Books, 1977).

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Behlmer, George K. Excerpts from his Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England, 1870-1908 (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1982).

Mennel, Robert M. “Child Saving and Treatment of Delinquency in England and America in the Mid-Nineteenth Century” (paper presented before the OAH, 1972) (typescript).

Oren, Laura. “The State’s Failure to Protect Children and Substantive Due Process: Deshaney in Context.” North Carolina Law Review 68 (1990): 659-731.

Wyatt-Brown, Bertram. “Child Abuse, Public Policy, and Childrearing in America: An Historical Approach” (typescript, n.d.).



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