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Princeton School of Public and International Affairs

The Princeton School of Public and International Affairs is a professional school dedicated to the preparation of undergraduate and graduate students for careers in public policy and government. Offering undergraduate bachelor of arts degrees, master's degrees in public policy and public affairs, and doctoral degrees, the school maintains a faculty of approximately 50 professors and admits less than 100 undergraduates on a selective basis every year.

Though it would be nearly 30 years before the institution would open its doors, the idea for such a school was born during the tenure of Woodrow Wilson, the University's 13th president. It was Wilson who in a 1903 letter to Andrew Carnegie wrote of his vision for "a School of Jurisprudence and Government...a school of law, but not in any narrow or technical sense: a school, rather, in which law and institutions would be interpreted as instruments of peace, of freedom, and of the advancement of civilization."

Almost immediately following Woodrow Wilson's departure from the University in 1910, the United States entered into a period of global conflict previously unseen, out of which emerged new perceptions about America's own place in the international sphere. Likewise, unparalleled economic growth in the post-War era raised awareness of the need for more soundly formulated fiscal policy on the state and national level. During this time the idea for a School of International Affairs and Public Policy germinated in the minds of University trustees, alumni and administration, with some becoming convinced that such a program of study was an absolute necessity if Princeton was to maintain its commitment to Wilson's oft-repeated phrase "Princeton in the Nation's Service."

One such individual was trustee William Church Osborn, Class of 1884. In the 1920s, Osborn was a leading member of the Trustees Special Committee on a Law School, which despite strongly recommending such a school, watched as the costly initiative was lost amid a flurry of campus building activity. In 1928, shortly before the disbanding of the Committee, Osborn informally assembled the group to discuss a separate but related proposal, that of a school of public affairs. Osborn, himself a lawyer and president of the Detroit, Toledo and Ironton Railroad, found an ally in fellow trustee and lawyer Albert G. Milbank, Class of 1860. The two men, chairman and vice-chairman respectively of the Princeton Fund Committee, were intimately connected to the University's highest governing body as well as one of its major sources of revenue.

Several months later, Albridge C. Smith, Jr., president of the Class of 1903, approached the Princeton Fund Committee (in January 1929) with an offer of $25,000 from his class for the establishment of a memorial to Woodrow Wilson. Compelled by persuasive arguments from Osborn and Milbank, the Princeton Fund Committee agreed to direct the gift towards a school of public and international affairs, and throughout the remainder of 1929 called upon University faculty and alumni in the public service for advice on a curriculum, as well as to cultivate potential donors and trustees. In October of that year, the Board of Trustees and president John Grier Hibben formally established the Special Committee on the School of Public and International Affairs. One month later the first draft of a plan for such a school was presented to the Trustees, and after a series of revisions it was adopted unanimously on January 9, 1930.

Of the numerous challenges facing the Committee after its inception, none were as daunting as the selection of an able administrator to lead the school and formulate an entirely new curriculum. In preparing for this task, the Committee made a conscious decision to seek an individual from outside the ranks of Princeton's faculty, sending a clear message that the School of Public and International Affairs was going to be an educational institution radically different from any other at the University. A likely candidate emerged in the form of DeWitt Clinton Poole, a United States consul general stationed in Berlin. Along with Princeton alumnus and fellow diplomat, Norman Armour '09, Poole drafted a blueprint for a school of public and international affairs which formed much of the basis for the Committee's eventual submitted plan. With his finger on the pulse of international affairs and diplomacy in post-war Europe as well as an able diplomat and administrator, Poole possessed the qualities that would ostensibly be required of the school's initial chairman. His appointment in late 1929 as chair of the school's advisory board and as its first director three years later came with recommendations from such prominent statesmen as Charles Evans Hughes.

The initial curriculum of the school as outlined by the committee's proposal was conspicuously broad. Rather than focusing upon specific issues and areas of political science and affairs as was the trend at many institutions, undergraduates of the School of Public and International Affairs would embark upon an interdisciplinary course of study that included history, political theory, language, and economics. This manner of instruction was informed by Poole's own experiences as a diplomat, as evidenced in his statement to Hibben that "The need is for a broad culture which will enlarge the individual's mental scope to world dimensions."

Rather than a wholesale abandonment of the four-course departmental major plan then in place for undergraduates, it was decided that the course of study at the School of Public and International Affairs would be integrated into the regular undergraduate curriculum. Students were to enroll in introductory courses in one or more of the three existing social studies departments; history, political science, or economics. Upon completion of the sophomore year, students would then apply to the school, which would select between 80 and 100 of the most qualified students from the pool of applicants. If not admitted as juniors students could reapply in their senior year. The system allowed students to select a major of their choosing and take a wide variety of courses in their freshman and sophomore years, reaching the School of Public and International Affairs in their junior year with a broad interdisciplinary academic foundation already in place.

The second notable feature of the curriculum of the School of Public and International Affairs and one that would become an institutional hallmark was the Conference on Public Affairs. The brainchild of Poole, the Conference on Public Affairs was a uniquely designed undergraduate course that served as the centerpiece of the curriculum. Each Conference was focused on a singular issue or problem, often drawn from current events, and the students enrolled in the conference were charged with discussing, describing, and offering theoretical resolutions to the topic. Often punctuated by guest visits and participation from diplomats and policymakers, the conferences were widely considered to be the school's most valuable training tool, especially as many of the conference topics foreshadowed the issues that could come to dominate the professional lives of the school's graduates.

A final concern to those charged with the establishment of the school, albeit a major one, was the selection and appointment of a capable faculty to instruct the students and carry out the vision of public affairs education prescribed by Poole, Armour, Osborn, and Hibben. The resulting group included individuals from academia as well as diplomats and others involved in the realm of public and international affairs, many of whom received dual appointments to both the school and to one of the social studies departments.

Though the school's primary focus at the time of its founding was undergraduate education, it was also envisioned as an institution that would eventually play a role in public policy research and graduate studies. In the case of the latter, several early research programs contributed greatly to the School's survival. Notable among these were a series of government surveys undertaken by a committee of faculty at the behest of New Jersey governor A. Harry Moore, who in 1932 was seeking ways to relieve the state's financial woes at the height of the Great Depression. Two additional research units, the Office of Population Research and the Radio Research Project, were both established in 1936. Each of these units made valuable contributions to domestic and international affairs, and in 1951 the Center of International Studies was added, an expansion of research interests which was accompanied by a notable growth in the size of the faculty.

Begun in 1931 at the time of the school's founding, the initial graduate program of the School of Public and International Affairs was loosely defined and small in size. In the first three years of the school's existence only 12 Master of Arts degrees were awarded, primarily to undergraduates of Princeton who remained to study at their own expense. In 1933 the graduate program was discontinued and two years later a faculty committee recommended a new program, consisting of a one-year certificate and a two year Master in Public Affairs degree. Despite this recommendation, the graduate program was reinstated by the Board of Trustees in a form very similar to that in which it had previously existed, namely as a two-year Master of Arts degree subject to completion of the general examinations in one of the three social science fields. It was only much later in 1948 when the graduate program was restructured once again according to the recommendations of the faculty that a Master in Public Affairs program was instituted.

Despite the relative success of the fledgling school during its first decade of existence, the leadership of DeWitt Clinton Poole was often questioned by faculty who felt that the former diplomat was ill-suited for such an academic environment and that the School's curriculum was underdeveloped and a distraction. It was primarily the endorsement of University president Harold W. Dodds, a politics professor himself, which prevented outright dissension. Its popularity with undergraduate students also provided a measure of credibility unforeseen. Nonetheless, in late 1938 Dodds convened an administrative subcommittee to investigate possible adjustments to the School's organization. The resulting report called for the establishment of the School of Public and International Affairs as a scholastic entity unto itself, away from the existing social science departments. In practice, this meant that juniors and seniors enrolled in the school would select courses and complete their theses under the auspices of the school and its faculty, rather than precariously balancing the school's academic demands with that of another department. Recognizing that the institution was on the verge of a shift in direction, Poole resigned his post in February 1939. He was replaced by Dana Gardner Munro, chairman of Princeton's Department of History.

With a fresh administration in place, Munro and the growing faculty turned to two issues which had remained unresolved since the school's founding. The first of these was the School's facilities. Since its inception the School of Public and International Affairs had operated out of two locations, Dickinson Hall, and Whig Hall. The former housed the main offices of the school; the latter housed additional offices as well as the Policy Conference course. One of Munro's first actions as director was to purchase the Arbor Inn, a recently closed eating club on Ivy Lane. The organization of the school's administrators under a single roof provided a level of cohesion and accessibility previously unknown.

After the move to a dedicated facility in 1940, the school essentially remained in a state of stasis throughout the remainder of the Second World War, with many faculty and students departing to serve in the armed forces. After 1945 however, the administration turned its thoughts to another lingering concern: that of formally acknowledging the school's existence as a memorial to Woodrow Wilson. Although the school had come to fruition with funds originally designated for a memorial to Wilson, Edith Bolling Wilson, the former president's second wife and widow, expressed concerns about her husband's name being associated with an entity which had not yet proven financially solvent. Efforts by trustees and administrators to raise a substantial endowment had been stymied by depression and mobilization for war, and the school operated under a deficit every year until 1941. In 1935 the trustees adopted a confidential resolution stating that the school should be named for Wilson once a sufficient endowment had been raised and a suitable building constructed. The University's Bicentennial fundraising campaign yielded $2 million for such a purpose and Wilson's widow was convinced that the institution was worthy of her husband's name, largely through the intercession of Dodds. The school was officially renamed the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs by the trustees in 1948, coinciding with the adoption of the faculty's recommendations for a graduate professional program. Two years later in 1951 ground was broken on Woodrow Wilson Hall. Though the aesthetics of the red brick and limestone structure on Washington Road's were frequently contested, when the building opened the next year none could deny its functionality.

A final notable development at the school under Munro's leadership was the 1952 institution of the Rockefeller Public Service Awards, established with a gift from John D. Rockefeller III to "give special recognition to outstanding public service by civilians in the Federal Government and to establish incentives for the continuance and advancement of those in the service." The awards, given annually, provided recipients with funding for a six to twelve month period of study at the institution of their choice.

After nearly a decade of relative stability in Woodrow Wilson Hall, the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs in 1960 embarked upon its period of greatest expansion yet. The spark which initiated such growth came in the form of an anonymous donation of $35 million to the School in 1961, the largest single gift ever given to any American university. The donor and his wife, simply referred to as the "X Foundation," outlined a set of criteria for the gift, focusing upon the expansion of the school's graduate program. The identity of the donors, known only to President Dodds and Woodrow Wilson School director Gardner Patterson, were Charles and Marie Robertson. Charles, Class of 1926, was a banker. Marie's father had helped to found the A + P chain of grocery stores. Despite anonymity, Robertson was not content to allow the massive gift to be distributed at the whim of the school's administration. He took an active role in arguing the case for new post-graduate educational opportunities including mid-career professional training programs for those already in the public service. In general the curriculum additions brought about by the Robertson Gift emphasized a shift from an academic education to true professional development for those in the graduate program. Unhappy with this shift, Patterson stepped down, much as Poole had done years prior, and was replaced by professor Marver Bernstein, the first administrator to hold the title of Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School.

The most obvious and tangible product of the Robertson donation was the construction of a new building to house the school. Though Woodrow Wilson Hall was a mere ten years old, by 1962 it was apparent that space was becoming scarce. In response to this need, and as a celebration of the School's newfound vivacity, plans for a new structure to be designed by architect Minoru Yamasaki were initiated. The striking building flanked by white columns in a deliberate homage to the Parthenon was completed in 1965, and dedicated in May of 1966 in a ceremony attended by U.S. President Lyndon Johnson. The building's name was changed to Robertson Hall in 1972 when, after Marie Robertson's death, the identity of the donors was revealed. Elements of the structure would later be revisited by Yamasaki in his design for the World Trade Center.

Additional initiatives followed, driven directly or indirectly by funds from the Robertson Foundation's growing endowment. These included joint programs with the School of Architecture and Urban Planning, New York University and Columbia University's respective law schools, the Research Program in Development Studies, and the Sloan Fellows in Economic Journalism program. Much as it had always done in the past, the Woodrow Wilson School in the 1970s found itself again reshaping its course offerings and research interests to reflect current trends, shifting from international relations and diplomacy to the economic and political problems of America's urban centers as the Vietnam War limped to a close.

The arrival of a new dean, former dean of the University of Michigan Graduate School Donald Stokes '54 in 1974 was accompanied by the opening of the new Center for New Jersey Affairs, harkening back to the Local Government Surveys that had brought the school acclaim early in its existence. Building upon its past in another sense, Stokes' deanship, which lasted until 1992, was highlighted time and again by return visits from some of Princeton's and the Woodrow Wilson School's most prominent and successful graduates. More so than any other dean before him, Stokes was able to unite the school's past and future, balance the academic and the professional aspects of public policy education, and maintain open channels of communication between faculty, students, and University administrators. When he announced his retirement from the position of dean in 1992, the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs was a radically different place than it had ever been and the momentum acquired during the nearly two decades of Stokes' leadership carried on into the 21st century. The deanship passed to Center for International Studies director Henry S. Bienen, who served two years in the position before resigning to fill the role of president at Northwestern University.

The individual chosen as Bienen's successor was a relative outsider to Princeton, Michael Rothschild, the dean of University of California, San Diego's Social Sciences Division. The defining moment of Rothschild's tenure, which lasted from 1995-2002, was undoubtedly the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. As an institution dedicated to the study of public and international affairs, the Woodrow Wilson School stood singularly poised on campus as a body which might be able to provide some context for what seemed to many a senseless act of violence. As early as the afternoon of September 11th the school implemented a steady program of roundtable discussions, conferences, speaking engagements, and eventually course offerings designed to make sense of domestic and international policy in the post-9/11 era.

When Rothschild returned to full-time teaching and research in 2002, he was succeeded by Anne-Marie Slaughter '80, who became the first alumna of the Woodrow Wilson School to serve as its dean. Christina Paxson, who had founded the Center for Health and Well-Being at Princeton, served as dean from 2009-2012. In 2012, Cecilia Elena Rouse, professor of economics, became dean, serving until 2021, when she was confirmed Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers for the Biden Administration. In September, 2021, Amaney A. Jamal, professor of politics and former Director of the Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice, became dean.

In 2020, the School was renamed the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. Recognizing that Woodrow Wilson enacted racist and segregationist policies, students and some alumni had sought to change the name years earlier, especially during protests late in 2015. However, in 2016, a Trustee Committee on Woodrow Wilson's Legacy at Princeton decided to retain the name "Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs." In the summer of 2020, the Board of Trustees voted to remove Wilson's name from the school.

The undergraduate Policy Seminar is one of the defining elements of the academic curriculum of Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Undertaken during the Junior and Senior years, each seminar is an intimate exploration into a specific issue issue of public affairs or international relations, highlighted by guest speakers, original research, and the completion of a final paper by each student.

From academic year 1930-1931 to Spring 1998, the Policy Seminars were known as Policy Conferences. From academic year 1998-1999 through Spring 2007, the courses were known as Task Forces. In Fall 2007-2008, the name was changed to Junior Policy Seminars to reflect that both task forces and conferences are included in the program. The papers produced from the seminars are also often informally called "Woodrow Wilson School Junior Papers."

The Woodrow Wilson School has also sponsored several related but separate seminars that are also represented in this collection. From 1984-1986, undergraduate seminars known as Task Forces were held during the Spring semester; these were distinct from the later courses that were also called Task Forces. Graduate-level seminars were held annually during the summer from 1962-1967.

The collection consists of the final reports, as well as some syllabi and course materials from undergraduate policy conferences of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, as well from a graduate-level summer seminar held in the 1960s. Conference materials from the period 1930 to 1989 are in bound volumes, while conference materials from 1990 to the present are housed in archival boxes. The reports reflect at length on contemporary public policy issues, and represent the work of Princeton students under the guidance of faculty advisors.

Woodrow Wilson School Policy Seminar Papers are transferred from the school to the University Archives each year following the Spring seminar.

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2017 accession of digital files processed by Annalise Berdini. Some intellectual arrangement and description was imposed at the file level to remain consistent with the collection. Information about previous accessions and processing currently unavailable. Finding aid updated in 2018 by Annalise Berdini.

There are gaps in the sequential numbering of volumes in this finding aid; volume numbers 47, 61 and 320 do not exist.

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University Archives
Finding Aid Date
2007
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Collection Inventory

Arrangement

Series 1: Public Policy Seminars is arranged chronologically by semester.

Scope and Contents

Series 1: Public Policy Seminars contains the final papers, and sometimes additional course materials, from the eponymous junior and senior level courses that have been a capstone of the undergraduate experience in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public Policy since its founding. The "Creator" names listed below indicate the Professor who taught the seminar.

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90 boxes

Record of Topics and Participants, 1930-1939. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Conference on Public Affairs, 1930-1935. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Poole, D. C. (Dewitt Clinton), 1828-1917. Conference on the Press, 1931 April. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Conference on Public and International Affairs, 1930-1931. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Conference on Public and International Affairs, 1931-1932. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Conference on Public Affairs, 1932-1933. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Conference on Public Affairs, 1933-1934. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Conference on Public Affairs, 1934-1935. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Conference on Public Affairs, 1935-1936. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Conference of Public Affairs, 1937 September. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Conference on Public Affairs, 1935-1938. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Conference on Public Affairs, 1935-1940. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Manual for the Conference on Public Affairs, 1935-1936. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Conference on Public Affairs, 1936-1937. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Simpson, Eyler Newton. Negro Education in the United States, 1936-1937. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Maddox, William P.. Puerto Rican Independence, 1936-1937. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Maddox, William P.. Peaceful Change: Germany's Colonial Demands, 1936-1937. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Simpson, Eyler Newton. Social Control of Radio Broadcasting, 1936-1937. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Conference on Public Affairs, 1937-1938. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Simpson, Eyler Newton. Power Politics of the Tennesee Valley Authority, 1937-1938. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Perkins, James Alfred, 1911-1998. American Neutrality, 1937-1938. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Poole, D. C. (Dewitt Clinton), 1828-1917. Peaceful Settlement in Europe?, 1937-1938. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Maddox, William P.. Farm Tenancy in the Cotton South, 1937-1938. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Conference on Public Affairs, 1938-1939. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Hale, Richard Walden, Jr., Dr.. Education of the Negro, Manual for the Conference on Public Affairs, 1938-1939. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Perkins, James Alfred, 1911-1998. United States Policy Regarding the Philippines, 1938-1939. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Gange, John Frederic. The United States and the Cuban Sugar Industry, 1938-1939. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Hale, Richard Walden, Jr., Dr.. The Provisional of Medical Care in New Jersey, 1938-1939. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Perkins, James Alfred, 1911-1998. Municipal Insolvency in New Jersey, 1939-1940. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Hale, Richard Walden, Jr., Dr.. Monopoly and Large-Scale Enterprise, 1939-1940. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Perkins, James Alfred, 1911-1998. National Defense, 1939-1940. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Manual for the Conference on Public Affairs, 1939-1940. 1 box.
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1 box

Conference on Public Affairs, 1940-1946. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Perkins, James Alfred, 1911-1998. Latin America, 1940-1941. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

Leiserson, Avery, 1913-2004. National Labor Policy, 1940-1941. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

Public Relief in New Jersey, 1940-1941. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Perkins, James Alfred, 1911-1998. International Organization, 1940-1941. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Manual for the Conference on Public Affairs, 1940-1941. 1 box.
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1 box

Conference on Public Affairs Problem Sheets 1-4, 1941-1942. 1 box.
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1 box

Conference on Public Affairs Problem Sheets 1, War Aims, 1942-1943. 1 box.
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1 box

Leiserson, Avery, 1913-2004. Federal Regulation of Securities Markets, 1941-1942. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Fox, William T. R.. American Policy in the Philippines, 1941-1942. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Fox, William T. R.. Grand Strategy and National Security, 1941-1942. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

Leiserson, Avery, 1913-2004. Domestic Mobilization for War, 1941-1942. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

Manual for the Conference on Public Affairs, 1942 September. 1 box.
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1 box

Problem Sheets 2, 3, 4, 1942-1943. 1 box.
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1 box

Problem Sheets, 1943-1944. 1 box.
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1 box

Fox, William T. R.. War Aims, 1942-1943. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Leiserson, Avery, 1913-2004. The Negro and the War, 1942-1943. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Leiserson, Avery, 1913-2004. Manpower in Wartime, 1942-1943. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Munro, Dana Gardner, 1892-1990. Brazil and the War, 1942-1943. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Niemeyer, Gerhart. Freedom of the Air, 1943 Summer. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Niemeyer, Gerhart. Peace Jobs for Ex-Soldiers, 1943-1944 Winter. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Niemeyer, Gerhart. Reordering of Europe, 1944 Spring. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Munro, Dana Gardner, 1892-1990. Cotton, 1944 Summer. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Munro, Dana Gardner, 1892-1990. The Treatment of Germany, 1944-1945 Winter. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Munro, Dana Gardner, 1892-1990. The Treatment of Germany Final Report, 1944-1945. 1 box.
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1 box

Albion, Robert Greenhalgh, 1896-1983. Post-War Shipping Policy, 1945 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

Albion, Robert Greenhalgh, 1896-1983. Post-War Shipping Policy, 1945 Spring. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Davis, Kingsley. A Settlement for India International Problems, 1945-1946 Winter. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Davis, Kingsley. A Settlement for India Internal Affairs, 1945-1946 Winter. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Davis, Kingsley. A Settlement for India Internal Affairs, 1945-1946 Winter. 1 box.
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1 box

Moore, Wilbert E.. Managerial Prerogatives and Foremen's Unions, 1946 Spring. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Moore, Wilbert E.. Managerial Prerogatives and Foremen's Unions, 1946 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

Manual for the Conference on Public Affairs, 1946. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Also contains instructions on oral presentations of staff experts and witnesses.

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1 box

Black, Cyril E. (Cyril Edwin), 1915-1989. United States Policy in Southeastern Europe, 1946 Spring. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Cumberland, Charles C.. U.S. and Mexico, 1946 Winter. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Cumberland, Charles C.. U.S. and Mexico, 1946 Winter. 1 box.
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1 box

U.S. Policy in South Eastern Europe, 1946. 1 box.
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1 box

Link, Arthur S. (Arthur Stanley), 1920-1998. The Negro in Southern Politics, 1946 Fall-1947. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Link, Arthur S. (Arthur Stanley), 1920-1998. The Negro in Southern Politics, 1946 Fall-1947. 1 box.
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1 box

Lockwood, William W. (William Wirt), 1906-1978. United States Policy Towards Japan, 1946 Fall-1947. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Manual for the Conference on Public Affairs, 1947. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Danhof, Clarence H., 1911-. Current Issues in Unemployment Compensation, 1947 Spring. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Wright, Walter Livingston (1900-1949). U.S. Policy and the Near East, 1947 Spring. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Marvel, William Worthington. The Political Status of Puerto Rico, 1947 Summer. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Lockwood, William W. (William Wirt), 1906-1978. U.S. Economic Aid to China, 1947 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

Bernstein, Marver H.. Control of Subversive Activities in the United States, 1947 Fall-1948. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

Silberner, Edmund. U.S. Policy in Eastern Europe: Poland and Hungary, 1948 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

Manual for the Conference on Public Affairs, 1948. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Danhof, Clarence H., 1911-. The Future of the American Farmer, 1948 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

Gross, Reuben Herman, Jr. U.S. Policy Towards Franco Spain, 1948 Summer. 1 volume.
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1 volume

The Trust Question in the United States 1870 - 1948, 1948 Fall-1949. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Marvel, William Worthington. An Armed Force for the United Nations, 1948 Fall-1949. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Danhof, Clarence H., 1911-. A National Policy for the Fuel Industries, 1948 Fall-1949. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Danhof, Clarence H., 1911-. More Tennessee Valley Authorities?, 1949 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

Lockwood, William W. (William Wirt), 1906-1978. United States Policy Towards Western Europe, 1949 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

McLean, Joseph E.. Balancing New Jersey's State Budget, Part 1, 1949 Fall-1950. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Radio Broadcasting, 1949 Fall-1950. 1 box.
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1 box

McLean, Joseph E.. Balancing New Jersey's State Budget, Part 2, 1949 Fall-1950. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Point Four in Latin America, 1949 Fall-1950. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Communism in Asia, 1949 Fall-1950. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Tumin, Melvin M. (Melvin Marvin), 1919-1994. A Policy for Non-Self-Governing Peoples, 1950 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

Lockwood, William W. (William Wirt), 1906-1978. The United States and Southeast Asia, 1950 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

Turner, Gordon Brinkerhoff, 1915-. A National Policy for Education in War and Peace, 1950 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

Rolfe, Sidney E.. A National Labor Policy, 1950 Fall-1951. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

Britain's Economic Future, 1950 Fall-1951. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Danhof, Clarence H., 1911-. The U.S. and the World's Food Problem, 1951 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

Adkinson, Bruce. The United States and Western Europe: The Battle Against Communism, 1951 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

Seminar: Basic Factors in Soviet Foreign Policy, 1951 Fall-1952. 3 Volumes.
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3 Volumes

U.S. Policy on Foreign Economic Development (Point IV) Part 1, 1951 Fall-1952. 1 volume.
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1 volume

U.S. Policy on Foreign Economic Development (Point IV) Part 2, 1951 Fall-1952. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Lockwood, William W. (William Wirt), 1906-1978. United States and India, 1952 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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Slavick, Fred. Labor in Defense Mobilization, 1952 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Chase, Harold William. Arms Conference, 1952 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Thomas, Louis-Vincent, 1922-. Egypt and the Sudan, 1952 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Reshetar, John Stephen. Russian Conference, 1952 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Manual for the Conference on Public Affairs, 1952. 1 volume.
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Chase, Harold William. Corruption in Government, 1953 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Black, Cyril E. (Cyril Edwin), 1915-1989. United States Policy and the Soviet Challenge, 1953 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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McCabe, David Aloysius, 1883-1974. The Problem of Emergency Labor Disputes, 1953 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Pye, Lucian W.. U.S. Policy Towards Communism in Asia, 1953 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Stein, Stanley J.. The U.S. and Mexico: A Case Study of U.S. Diplomatic Relations in the Western Hemisphere, 1954 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Chase, Harold William. Loyalty and Security in a Democracy, 1954 Spring. 4 Volumes.
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Cohen, Bernard Cecil. United States Defense Policy, 1954 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Chase, Harold William. Medical Health Insurance, 1954 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Manual for the Conference on Public Affairs, 1955. 1 volume.
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Toby, Jackson.. Juvenile Delinquency in New Jersey, 1955 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Tumin, Melvin M. (Melvin Marvin), 1919-1994. Development Policy in Puerto Rico, 1955 Spring. 4 Volumes.
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Brothers, Dwight Stanley. Collective Bargaining and Worker Security, 1955 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Hilsman, Roger. American Policy in Western Europe: Next Phase, 1955 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Berger, Morroe. Conference on United States Aid to the Near East, 1956 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Sprout, Harold (1901-1980). Conference on Population Trends and Food Resources, 1956 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Butz, Otto.. The United States and the Future of Sub-Sahara Africa, 1956 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Davit, Alexander Joseph. The U.S. and the Future of Sub-Sahara Africa, Section I, 1956 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Breese, Gerald William. Metropolis in Motion, 1956 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Black, Cyril E. (Cyril Edwin), 1915-1989. The Conduct of Soviet Foreign Policy, 1956 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Manual for the Conference on Public Affairs, 1957. 1 volume.
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Hertzman, Lewis, Dr. , 1927-. The U.S. and the Future of N.A.T.O., Monday Section, 1957 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Challener, Richard Delo. The U.S. and the Future of N.A.T.O., Tuesday Section, 1957 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Sosnick, Stephen Howard. American Agricultural Policy, Wednesday Section, 1957 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Markham, Jesse W.. American Agricultural Policy, Thursday Section, 1957 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Carmichael, William Daniel. The Role of the Government in Developing Nuclear Power, Wednesday Section, 1957 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Frost, Richard Theodore. The Role of the Government in Developing Nuclear Power, Tuesday Section, 1957 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Ronning, C. Neale.. International Cooperation in the Economic and Social Field, 1957 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Juviler, Peter H.. U.S. Relations with Eastern Europe, Tuesday Section, 1958 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Corbett, Percy Elwood. U.S. Relations with Eastern Europe, Thursday Section, 1958 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Alexander, Herbert E.. Money in Politics, 1958 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Beza, Sterie Theodore. The U.S. and European Integration, 1958 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Roberts, Benjamin H.. Democracy in Trade Unions, 1958 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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McCabe, David Aloysius, 1883-1974. Democracy in Trade Unions, 1958 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Davis, B. Vincent, Jr. Report on the Public Service Commission, State of Maryland, 1958 December 18. 1 volume.
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McQuaig, Donald D.. Report on Public Utility Regulation in New Jersey, 1958 December 17. 1 volume.
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Feeser, Robert P.. Report on the Public Utilities Commission of Connecticut, 1959 January 12. 1 volume.
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Ashford, Douglas Elliott. Problems of American Foreign Policy in North Africa, 1959 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Grew, Raymond, Dr. Communism in France and Italy and United States Policy, 1959 Spring. 4 Volumes.
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Bailey, Stephen K. (Stephen Kemp). American Political Parties, 1959 Spring. 4 Volumes.
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Wilson, H. H. (H. Hubert). Social Change in Britain and the Labor Party, 1959 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Bowen, William G.. Combatting Inflation in the American Economy, Tuesday Section, 1959 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Carmichael, William Daniel. Combatting Inflation in the American Economy, Thursday Section, 1959 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Kritzeck, James Aloysius Thomas. Modern Egypt and United States Policy, 1960 Spring. 4 Volumes.
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Mackenzie, David. Soviet Objectives and Methods in Foreign Affairs and Their Implications for American Policy, 1960 Spring. 4 Volumes.
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Glickman, Harvey. National Security and Individual Freedom, 1960 Spring. 4 Volumes.
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Strong, Dennis Fulton, Dr. Means and Ends for American Education, 1960 Fall-1961. 4 Volumes.
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Gordenker, Leon. Controm and Reduction of Armaments, 1960 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Beza, Sterie Theodore. The United States and European Integration, 1960 Fall-1961. 4 Volumes.
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Manual for the Conference on Public and International Affairs, 1961. 1 volume.
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Stein, Stanley J.. The United States, Middle America, and the Carribean Since World War II, 1961 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Olson, Mancur Lloyd, Jr. Declining Industries, Depressed Areas, and Public Policy, 1961 Spring. 4 Volumes.
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Reagan, Michael D.. Conference on Political Parties and the Election Process, 1961 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Berger, Morroe. Race Relations in the United States, 1961 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Tumin, Melvin M. (Melvin Marvin), 1919-1994. Race Relations in the United States, 1961 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Tignor, Robert L.. Britain, the Arabs, and United States Policy, 1961 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Fischer, Louis, 1896-1970.. Soviet Foreign Policy, 1961 Fall. 1 volume.
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Paige, Glenn D.. The United States and Korea, 1962 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Tiryakian, Edward A.. American Foreign Policy Toward Sub-Sahara Africa, 1962 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Baldwin, William Lee. Regulation of the Domestic Airlines, 1962 Spring. 4 Volumes.
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Sorenson, Jay B.. Soviet-United States Aid Competition in Underdeveloped Countries, 1962 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Doig, Jameson W.. Federal Policy and the Metropolis, 1962 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Catton, William Bruce. The Railroads and Public Policy, 1962 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Moodie, Graeme Crochane. The European Economic Community and United States Policy, 1963 Spring. 4 Volumes.
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Weisbrod, Burton Allen, 1931-. Federal Policy for American Education, 1963 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Falk, Richard A.. United States Participation in the Internal Affairs of Foreign States, 1963 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Bobrow, Davis B.. Chinese Challenge and American Response in Southeast Asia, 1963 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Shorter, Frederic Claiborne.. American Participation in Middle Eastern Development, 1963 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Duberman, Martin B.. The Abolitionist Movement--A Case Study of Reform in America, 1963 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Hurt, Robert M.. Federal Policy in the Antitrust Field, 1964 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Lockwood, William W. (William Wirt), 1906-1978. United States Foreign Aid and Nation Building, 1964 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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Gilpin, Robert George, Jr. Strategy, Arms Control, and Political Settlement in Western Europe, 1964 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Mikhail, John Hanna. The United States and the Arab World, 1964 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Strange, John H.. The Negro and the Metropolis, 1964 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Cohen, Benjamin J.. American Foreign Trade Policy and the European Economic Community, 1964 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Manual for the Conference on Public and International Affairs, 1965. 1 volume.
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Massell, Gregory James. The Challenge of Political Evolution in the Communist Camp: Case Studies in East Central Europe, 1965 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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McPherson, James M.. Reconstruction and Civil Rights, 1965 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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Markham, Jesse W.. Federal Regulation of Broadcasting, 1965 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Keare, Douglas Hamilton. American Foreign Economic Policy and Economic Relations Between the Developed and Underdeveloped Countries, 1965 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Strange, John H.. The Negro in the South Today, 1965 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Whitaker, Arthur Preston, 1895-1979. Nationalism, Revolution, and Reform in Latin America, 1965 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Hamilton, Richard F.. The Requisites of Democracy, 1966 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Gilpin, Robert George, Jr. Science and Public Policy, 1966 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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Cohen, Benjamin J.. American Foreign Economic Policy and the Divisions of Europe, 1966 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Egger, Rowland, 1908-1979. Congressional Control of National Security Policy, 1966 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Doig, Jameson W.. Police in an Urban Society, 1966 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Hackney, Francis Sheldon. Protest Movements in 20th Century America, 1966 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Bienen, Henry. Great Power Intervention in Africa, 1967 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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Litvack, James Michael. State and Local Finance, 1967 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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Brown, Leon Carl. United States Foreign Policy in the Middle East 1950 - 1958, 1967 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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Wilson, Richard W.. The Foreign Policies in the United States and China, 1967 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Cohen, Benjamin J.. The Alliance for Progress, 1967 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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McAuley, Alastair Nikolas Dawson. Economic Reform in Eastern Europe and the U.S.S.R., 1967 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Egger, Rowland, 1908-1979. Conflict of Interest, 1967 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Davies, J. Clarence. Public Policy for Pollution Control, 1968 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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McAlister, John T., 1936-. Revolution and Modernization in Viet Nam, 1968 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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Gilpin, Robert George, Jr. The Computer and Its Implications, 1968 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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Frisch, Michael H.. The Problem of Governing the American City: An Historical Perspective, 1968 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Van de Velde, Robert W.. Community Action Programs and Political Power, 1968 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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McAlister, John T., 1936-. Revolution and Modernization in Viet Nam, 1968 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Tignor, Robert L.. Conflict Potential and Resolution in the Middle East: Dilemmas for American Foreign Policy, 1968 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Banner, James M., 1935-. The University in Society: The American Case, 1969 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Miles, Rufus Edward, Jr. Poverty and Public Policy, 1969 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Egger, Rowland, 1908-1979. The Protection of Civil Liberties in Criminal Law Issues, 1969 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Gurr, Ted Robert. Patterns of U.S. Response to Revolution in the Third World, 1969 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Knorr, Klaus E.. United States Policy on Arms Control and Disarmament, 1969 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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McAlister, John T., 1936-. American Foreign Policy in the 1970's, 1969 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Leone, Richard C.. Improving Urban Education, 1969 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Egger, Rowland, 1908-1979. Conflict Resolution in Limited Structured Societies, 1970 Spring. 1 volume.
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Morse, Edward L.. The United States and the Western Industrialized States, 1970 Spring. 1 volume.
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Cohen, Benjamin J.. The Future of American Foreign Trade Policy, 1970 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Knorr, Klaus E.. A U.S. Policy on Arms Control and Disarmament, 1970 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Egger, Rowland, 1908-1979. Civil Liberties and the Poor, 1970 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Van de Velde, Robert W.. Improving the Environment, 1970 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Rogowski, Ronald Lynn. United States Military Manpower Procurement, 1971 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Forgie, George Barnard. The Boundaries of Privacy in American Society, 1971 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Knorr, Klaus E.. A United States Policy on NATO, 1971 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Destler, I.M. The United States and the World Food Problem, 1971 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Somers, Herman Miles. National Health Care, 1971 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. U.S. Policy on Weapons Acquisition, Arms Control, and Disarmament, 1972 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Sewell, James Patrick.. Furthering Security in a Complex World: The Problem in Great Powers' Perspectives, 1972 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Bleiman, Junius Jay. Restructuring Local Government in New Jersey, 1972 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Hamermesh, Daniel S.. U.S. Manpower Training: Goals, Value and Organization, 1972 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. International Energy Problems, 1973 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Lockard, W. Duane. Migratory Agricultural Labor in the U.S., 1973 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Van de Velde, Robert W.. Civilian Control of the Military, 1973 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Knorr, Klaus E.. United States Defense Budget, 1973 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Gordenker, Leon. Southern Africa, 1974 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. Arms Control and Defense Policy, 1974 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Lowenthal, Abraham F.. The Emigrants from the Caribbean, 1974 Spring. 1 volume.
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Knorr, Klaus E.. The U.S. and International Energy Problems, 1974 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Ohls, James C.. Low Income Housing, 1974 Fall. 5 Volumes.
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Weiss, Thomas G. (Thomas George), 1946-. The World Food Crisis: Global and Local Alternatives, 1975 Spring. 1 volume.
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Lockard, W. Duane. Coal, Energy and Public Policy, 1975 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. Nuclear Energy Policy, 1975 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Morell, David. Land Use and Environmental Quality in America, 1975 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Knorr, Klaus E.. A U.S. Policy on Detente with the Soviet Union, 1975 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Poage, J.F.. Automated Data Systems, 1976 Spring. 1 volume.
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Kinnard, Douglas. Civilian Control of the Military, 1976 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Bearse, Peter. Economic Planning, 1976 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Sherwin, Martin Jay. Threat of Nuclear War, 1976 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Anderson, Alan D., 1945-. Urban Transportation Policy, 1976 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Poage, J.F.. Guidelines for the Development of Electronic Funds Transfer Systems, Policy Task Force, 1977 Spring. 1 volume.
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Kagay, Michael Ralph. Reforming the Federal Campaign and Election Process, 1977 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Bradford, David F., 1939-. Federal Income Tax Reform, 1977 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. Strategic Arms Control, 1977 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Knorr, Klaus E.. United States Policy in the Middle East, 1977 Fall. 4 Volumes.
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Doyle, Michael. Human Rights and United States Foreign Policy, Policy Task Force, 1978 Spring. 1 volume.
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Wolpert, Julian. Urban Development Policy, 1978 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Kagay, Michael Ralph. Mass Media Issues and Communications Policy, 1978 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. Solar and Conservation Policy, 1978 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Trussell, James.. American Population Policy, 1979 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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White, Lynn Townsend, Jr. United States-China Policy in 1980s, 1979 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Wolpert, Julian. Financial Support for Urban Arts, 1979 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Gilpin, Robert George, Jr. Industrial and Technological Policies, 1980 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Cave, George E.. Labor Market Discrimination, 1980 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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Branson, William H.. Exchange Rate and Monetary Policy, 1980 Fall. 1 volume.
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Nelson, Barbara J., 1949- . Challenge of Economic and Social Welfare in the 1980s, 1981 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Kagay, Michael Ralph. Public Opinion and Public Policy, Policy Task Force, 1980. 1 volume.
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Dessouki, Ali E. H. United States Policy in the Middle East, Policy Task Force, 1981 Spring. 1 volume.
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Undocumented Mexican Workers in the U.S., Volume 1, 1981 Spring. 1 volume.
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Undocumented Mexican Workers in the U.S., Volume 2, 1981 Spring. 1 volume.
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deMacedo, Jorge. North-South Trade Negotiations, 1981 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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Kagay, Michael Ralph. Issue Strategies for Political Parties in the 1980s, 1981 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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White, Lynn Townsend, Jr. China's Modernization and United States Policy, 1981 Fall. 1 volume.
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Hochschild, Jennifer Luch. School Desegregation: A Policy for Chicago, 1981 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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The Kearney Meadows, 1982 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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Oye, Kenneth A., 1949-. Economic Sanctions and United States Foreign Policy, 1982 Spring. 5 Volumes.
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Policy Conference on Nuclear Weapons Reductions, U.S. House of Representatives Special Committee on the Underclass, 1982-1983. 1 box.
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Rheinhardt, Uwe. American Health Care, 1983 Spring. 3 Volumes.
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Rheinhardt, Uwe. A Study of Princeton Opinion on Health Care Issues, 1983 May. 1 volume.
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Sigmund, Paul, Mr. United States Policy Toward Central America, 1983 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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Oye, Kenneth A., 1949-. United States Trade Policy, 1983 Spring. 4 Volumes.
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Ullman, Richard H. (Richard Henry). United States Policy Towards the Soviet Union, 1983 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Doyle, Michael. United States Relations with the Island Caribbean, 1983 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Nathan, Richard P.. Domestic Policy for Candidate 'X', 1984 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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Dixit, Avinash K.. American Industrial Policy, 1984 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Ullman, Richard H. (Richard Henry). American Diplomacy and International Negotiations, 1984 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. Energy Efficiency and the Future of the Auto Industry, 1983 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Wolpert, Julian. Managing the Declind of American Cities: Retrenchment and the South Bronx, 1984 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. Nuclear Non-Proliferation, 1984 Fall. 1 volume.
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Boyer, Ernest L.. Changing Society and the Nation's Children, 1985 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Bundy, William P., 1917-2000. South Africa in Crisis, 1985 Fall. 1 volume.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. The Strategic Defense Initiative and the Future Uses of Space, 1985 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Boyer, Ernest L.. Cities and Schools: The Crisis in Urban Education, 1986 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Katz, Stanley Nider. Genetic Engineering and Public Policy, 1986 Fall. 1 volume.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. Oil and Global Security, 1986 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Bundy, William P., 1917-2000. United States Policy in East Asia 1986, 1986 Fall. 3 Volumes.
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Miller, John Donald Bruce. The United States and the United Nations, 1986 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Wilkens, Roger W.. Black Urban Poverty, 1987 Fall. 1 volume.
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Gwin, Catherine. United States Strategy Towards Developing Countries in Uruguay Round, 1987 Fall. 1 volume.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. United States - Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Security Agreement, 1987 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Nadelmann, Ethan Avram. Drug Policies, 1988 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Bienen, Henry. Intelligence in Foreign Policy, 1988 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Volcker, Paul A. (1927-). Deposit Insurance, The Federal Safety Net, and Banking Regulation, 1988 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. The Global Environmental, 1988 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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DiIulio, John J., Jr., 1958-. The Underclass: And Solving America's Urban Crisis, 1989 Fall. 1 volume.
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Katz, Stanley Nider. Philanthropy and Public Policy, 1988 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Danielson, Michael N.. Political Corruption in the United States, 1988 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Ullman, Richard H. (Richard Henry). The United States and the Three Middle Nuclear Powers, 1988 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Reed, Ingrid. Dilemmas of Growth, 1989 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Katz, Stanley Nider. Law, Lawyers, and Social Change in the Contemporary United States, 1989 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Volcker, Paul A. (1927-). Post-1992 Europe and the United States: Conflict or Cooperation?, 1989 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. Restructuring the United States Defense Budget, 1989 Fall. 2 Volumes.
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WWS 401c. Feiveson, Harold A.. Implementation of a Clean Air Plan in New Jersey, 1990 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401e. Marcus, Anthony D.. Mexico and the United States: A New Economic Relationship?, 1990 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401b. Boyer, Ernest L.. National Goals for American Education: A Plan for Action, 1990 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401d. Bergman, Edward J.. Politics and the Courts: Alternative Means of Dispute Resolution, 1990 Fall. 2 boxes.
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401a. Ullman, Richard H. (Richard Henry). The Future of Security in Europe: Visions and Vigilance, 1990 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401c. Bienen, Leigh B.. A Decade of Capital Punishment in New Jersey, 1991 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401d. Gellman, Peter S.. The Democratic Revolution and United States Foreign Policy, 1991 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401e. Feiveson, Harold A.. Energy Strategies for Sustainable Development, 1991 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401b. Katz, Stanley Nider. Not-for-Profit Organizations and Social Service Delivery, 1991 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401a. Volcker, Paul A. (1927-). Whither Puerto Rico: Implications for its People and the United States, 1991 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401b. Katz, Stanley Nider. Constitutionalism Abroad: Will Liberal Democratic Constitutionalism Work in Formerly Socialist Societies?, 1992 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401e. Bienen, Leigh B.. How to Survive the Legal System: Strategies for Successful Social Reform Litigation, 1992 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401c. Castañeda, Jorge G.. Managing United States-Mexico Relations in the Free Trade Era, 1992 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401a. Levy, Marc Aaron. United States Policy Toward the International Environment After the Earth Summit, 1992 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401d. Lowi, Miriam. The Security of Middle Eastern States, 1992 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401e. Danspeckgruber, Wolfgang F.. Central and Eastern Europe and the United States, 1993 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401d. Bradford, David F., 1939-. Commission on the Future of America, 1993 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401a. Garfinkel, Irwin.. A Comprehensive Strategy to End Homelessness by the Year 2000, 1993 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401b. Shimshoni, Jonathan. The United States and Peace in the Middle East, 1993 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401c. Feiveson, Harold A.. The Future of Nuclear Power and Nonproliferation, 1993 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401d. Bienen, Leigh B.. The American Jury: Protector of Fundamental Constitutional Rights or Anachronism?, 1994 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401a. DiIulio, John J., Jr., 1958-. Crime Policy: Does Punishment Pay?, 1994 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401e. Brechin, Steven Robert. Furthering the Principles of Environmental Justice, 1994 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401c. Doyle, Michael. Reforming the United Nations, 1994 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401b. Kim, Samuel Soonki. Responding to North Korea's Nuclear Program: Contending Perspectives and Options, 1994 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401b. Baumann, Linda Adriene. Balanced Advocacy: Recommendations for United States Foreign Policy and the Promotion of Human Rights, 1995 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401c. Castañeda, Jorge G.. Managing United States-Mexican Relations in the Post-NAFTA Era, 1995 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401a. Hochschild, Jennifer Luch. Multiculturalism in Education, 1995 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401d. Swain, Carol M.. Race, Gender, and Representation in United States Elections, 1995 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401e. Feiveson, Harold A.. Should States Seek an International Agreement to Phase-Out Nuclear (Fission) Power?, 1995 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401e. Katz, Stanley Nider. Affirmative Action and Higher Education in the United States, 1996 Fall. 2 boxes.
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2 boxes

WWS 401b. McGinnis, J. Michael. Health and Policy, 1996 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401a. Snyder, Diane C.. Princeton in the Nation's Service: A Perspective on Intelligence Reform from Outside the Beltway, 1996 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401c. Krasno, Jonathan. Restoring Our Democracy: Steps Toward Electoral Reform in the United States, 1996 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401d. Lieberman, Marc. The United States' Role in Russia's Economic Transition, 1996 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401c. Feiveson, Harold A.. Environmental Regulation and Market Incentives, 1997 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401b. Bradford, David F., 1939-. Global Climate Change: In Search of Realistic Policy Scenarios, 1997 Fall. 2 boxes.
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WWS 401a. Katz, Stanley Nider. Government Regulation of Tobacco in the United States, 1997 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401e. Kwong, Peter.. United States Policy Towards New Immigrants, 1997 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 402b. Rosenberg, Leon. Medical Research Policy and Priorities, 1998 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402f. Wilson, Francis, 1939-. Education Policy in South Africa, 1998 Spring. 1 box.
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Witten, M. Wray. Collective Action and Development in Africa, 1998 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402k. Feiveson, Harold A.. Rethinking Missile Defense, 2001 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402h. Fox, Jeanne M.. U.S. Environmental Policy: Urban Redevelopment, 2001 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402c. Goldstein, Josh. Reforming Social Security, 1998 Spring. 1 box.
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Anderson, Laurence Desaix. North Korea, 1998 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 401f. Rozman, Gilbert. Northeast Asia: Visions of Regionalism for the 21st Century, 1998 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401h. Martin, Carol L.. Elections as International Development, 1998 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401j. Arnold, R. Douglas, 1950-. Social Security Reform, 1998 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401a. Falk, Richard A.. U.S. Interests and Reforming the Public Order of the Oceans, 1998 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 402a. White, Lynn T., III, 1941-. Asian Values, Democratic Peace, and U.S. Policy, 1999 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402h. Berman, Sheri. Democratization and Consolidation: The Role of U.S. Policy, 1999 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402f. Kammen, Daniel M., 1962-. Energy Policy for the 21st Century in Developing Nations, 1999 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402e. Somers, Stephen A.. Health Care for the Uninsured, 1999 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402d. Donahue, Elisabeth. Overcoming Barriers to Work: Reforming Work First New Jersey, 1999 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402c. Rouse, Cecilia. Policy Task Force on Agricultural Guestworkers: The Future of the H-2A Program, 1999 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402h. Nissenbaum, Helen Fay. Regulating Privacy in an Information Age, 1999 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402b. Pilcher, Carl. The Search for Origins: Issues for Space Policy, 1999 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401a. Katz, Stanley Nider. Copyright Law, the Internet and the Public Interest, 1999 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401b. Hitz, Frederick P.. The Intelligence Community and the Lessons from Assessing the Soviet Union: 1940-1991, 1999 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401c. Feiveson, Harold A.. Water Rights in the Jordan Valley: Allocations of Water and Responsibilities in an Israeli-Palestinian Water Accord, 1999 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401d. Scovronick, Nathan. Task Force on Education Reform, 1999 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

Mincy, Ronald B.. A Proposal to Encourage Family Formation and Maintenance Among Fragile Families, 1999 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401f. Bradford, David F., 1939-. Designing a Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading Regime, 1999 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401g. Kaestner, Robert. Poor Children's Poor Health: A Report to the New Jersey Commissioner of Health, 1999 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401h. Luck, Edward C.. International Enforcement and the Security Council, 1999 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401i. Anderson, Laurence Desaix. The Search for Peace and Stability in Northeast Asia, undated. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401j. Meunier, Sophie.. Trans-Atlantic Trade Wars: The Search for Resolution, 1999 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401c. Feiveson, Harold A.. Energy in the Caspian Region, 1998 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402d. Donahue, Elisabeth. U.S. Child Care Policy, 2000 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

Goldstein, Eric. A Critical Path for Human Rights Reform in Egypt: Legal Reform and the Elimination of Female Genital Mutilation, 2000 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402h. Super, David A.. The Next Steps in Welform Reform, 2000 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401. Tang, James. Alternative Policy Address 2000: Building a World Class City Through Cross Boundary Cooperation - Hong Kong Task Force, 1999 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401k. Falk, Richard A.. Humanitarian Intervention After Kosovo, 2000 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 402a. White, Lynn T., III, 1941-. U.S. Policy Toward China, 2000 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402g. Catania, Michael F.. Domestic Land Preservation in New Jersey - Preserving Biodiversity through New Jersey's Million Acre Goal, 2000 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402c. Wilson, Francis, 1939-. International Agencies, Overseas Non-Profits and the Economic Development of South Africa, 2000 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402b. Somers, Stephen A.. Financing and Reshaping Long-Term Care: Report to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, 2000 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402e. Mauzerall, Denise. Air Quality in China and India: Thinking Globally, Acting Locally, 2000 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 401. Richardson, Jeremy. Turning the Tables: Manipulating the Incentive Structure to Alter Rational Choice in the European Union Accession Game, 2000 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

Armstrong, Elizabeth. Saving Lives and Culturing Change: The Next Step in Medical Error Reduction, 2000 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401c. Katz, Stanley Nider. Gun Control in the United States: Solutions and Strategies, 2000 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401g. Luna, Ricardo. Cumulative Policy Task Force Report: Developing a Future U.S. Policy Towards Latin America, 2000 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401a. Corcoran, Thomas. Approaches to School Reform - Strengthening the Abbott Reforms in New Jersey, 2000 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401d. Mincy, Ronald B.. Welfare Reform, Round II: A New Focus on the Family, 2000 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401e. Tucker, Joshua. Russian Electoral Reform, 2000 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401b. Pilcher, Carl. The Future of Human Spaceflight: Policy Recommendations, 2000 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401h. Calder, Kent E.. U.S. Bases in Japan, 2000 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 402a. Orrill, Robert.. K-16 Education Reform, 2001 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402b. Ullman, Richard H. (Richard Henry). Democratization and American Foreign Policy, 2001 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402c. Centeno, Miguel. U.S. Policy Towards Cuba, 2001 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402d. Singer, Burton.. Genomics and Mental Illness, 2001 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402e. Mauzerall, Denise. Energy, Air Pollution and Climate Change: Why China Matters, 2001 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402f. Somers, Stephen A.. Managed Health Care for Vulnerable Populations, 2001 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402g. Grossman, Jean Baldwin. Strategic Plan for Improving After School Programming Philadelphia, 2001 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402i. Wilson, Francis, 1939-. AIDS in South Africa, 2001 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402j. Frühling, Hugo. Crime and Human Rights in Chile, 2001 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401g. Calder, Kent E.. Korea's Future and U.S. Policy, 2001 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401h. Goldstein, Josh. Money, Power, Privacy and the U.S. Census, 2001 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401i. LeRoux, Ingrid. Child Health and Nutrition in South Africa, 2001 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401a. Katz, Stanley Nider. Communications, Decency and Children: Government's Role in Protecting Youth from Violence and Pornography, 2001 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

Pouncy, Hillard. The Faith-Based Policy Experiment Six Years Later: Renewing Charitable Choice, 2001 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401d. Hilbink, Elisabeth. Human Rights and Judicial Reform in Latin America, 2001 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401f. Seegers, Annette. The Challenge of Higher Education in South Africa, 2001 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401e. Matlock, Jack F.. U.S.-Russian Relations, 2001 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401j. Tang, James. China's Entry into the World Trade Organization, 2001 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401k. Galligan, Denis. Human Rights in Eastern Europe, 2001 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 402a. Somers, Stephen A.. Medicaid and Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage, 2002 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402c. Feiveson, Harold A.. The Future of Nuclear Energy, 2002 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402d. Andrews, Lori B., 1952-. Assisted Reproductive Technologies: Ethics, Law and Policy, 2002 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402e. Lockheed, Marlaine E.. Rebuilding Education in Afghanistan: Reducing the Gender Gap, 2002 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

Tucker, Joshua. American Electoral Reform, 2002 Spring. 1 item.
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1 item

WWS 402g. Grossman, Jean Baldwin. Out-of-School Time of At-Risk Youths, 2002 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402h. Marks, Jonathan. Lawful Responses to Terrorism after September 11: A Human Rights Perspective, 2002 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402i. Bartels, Larry. The Future of News, 2002 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401a. Katz, Stanley Nider. Can Research Universities Teach Undergraduates Effectively?, 2002 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401b. Barton, Frederick. Fulfilling Our Commitment to Refugees: The Road to Durable Solutions, 2002 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401c. Windlesham, David James George Hennessy, Baron, 1932-2010. The Death Penalty: Law, Politics and Morality, 2002 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401d. Pouncy, Hillard. Welfare Policy and the Long-Term Poor, 2002 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401e. Mahony, Liam, 1958-. U.S. Policy and Human Rights in the Andes, 2002 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401f. Snyder, Diane C.. Homeland Security: Considerations for Our Constitutional Democracy, 2002 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401g. Donahue, Elisabeth. Children's Public Health in New Jersey: Addressing New Jersey's Goals, 2002 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401h. Barron, William. Government Information and Personal Privacy, 2002 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401i. McGuinness, Karen. Microfinance and Poverty Reduction, 2002 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402j. Richardson, Jeremy. Improving Governance in the European Union, 2002 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401k. Sajó, András. Political Criteria of European Union Accession, 2002 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402a. Somers, Stephen A.. Filling the Gaps in Medicare: What States Can Do to Help, 2003 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402b. Feiveson, Harold A.. Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction, 2003 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402c. Litman, Harry. Balancing Individual Liberty and National Security After September 11, 2003 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402d. Calder, Kent E.. Implementing the China World Trade Organization Agreement: Implications for U.S. Policy, 2003 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402e. Corcoran, Thomas. Putting Research Into Practice: Options for Improving the Performance of the Baltimore City Public Schools, 2003 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402f. Mauzerall, Denise. Sustainable Development - Can We Do It?, 2003 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402g. Tucker, Joshua. Join the Club! Preparing Poland for European Union Membership, 2003 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402h. Urice, Stephen K., 1950-. Armed Conflict and the Protection of Cultural Property - Renewing the Commitment of the United States to the 1954 Hague Convention, 2003 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402i. Stoner-Weiss, Kathryn. Islam in the Former Soviet Union: Managing Real and Possible Conflict, 2003 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401a. Windlesham, David James George Hennessy, Baron, 1932-2010. Evaluating the War on Drugs: Recommendations for the Office of National Drug Control Policy, 2003 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401b. Jones, Bruce D.. The Role of the United Nations in Post-Conflict Environments: The Case of Liberia, 2003 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401c. Hormats, Robert D.. Globalization and the Course of U.S. Trade Policy, 2003 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401d. LeRoux, Ingrid. Children's Health in Developing Countries: A Focus on South Africa, 2003 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401e. Thun, Eric, 1968-. Regional Integration, Global Production Networks and China, 2003 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401f. Super, David A.. Making Work "Work": Coordinating Services for Low-Wage Workers, 2003 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401g. Donahue, Elisabeth. Regulating the American Family, 2003 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401h. Barron, William. Measuring and Responding to Unemployment, 2003 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401i. Matlock, Jack F.. U.S. Relations with Europe and Russia, 2003 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401j. Galligan, Denis. Security and Human Rights: A Guide to Balanced Policymaking, 2003 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401k. Sajó, András. Domestic Violence in Hungary and Policy Option of Crisis Centers, 2003 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 402a. White, Lynn T., III, 1941-. Reevaluating U.S. Policy Towards China and Taiwan for the 21st Century, 2004 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402b. Somers, Stephen A.. Responding to Challenges in Long-Term Care, 2004 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402c. McGuinness, Karen. Microfinance and the Millennium Development Goals, 2004 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402d. Corcoran, Thomas. Assessing Improvements in School Capacity, 2004 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402e. Tienda, Marta.. Taskforce on Undocumented Immigration, 2004 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402f. Feiveson, Harold A.. U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy for the Post Cold War, 2004 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402g. Pouncy, Hillard. Preserving Marriage: Response to Federal Marriage Initiatives, 2004 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402h. Hitz, Frederick P.. National Intelligence and Military Intervention - Intelligence Community Reform: Dreams, Dilemmas and Distractions, 2004 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402i. Zucconi, Mario. Turkey's Accession to the European Union, 2004 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 401a. Kojm, Christopher A.. The Global War on Terrorism, 2004 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401b. Barton, Frederick. Making the Peace: An Action Strategy for Haiti, 2004 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401c. Scott, Hal. S. The Regulation of Publicly Traded Securities, 2004 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401d. Frost, Laura. Public-Private Partnerships and Access to AIDS Medicines in the Developing World: Best Practices and Recommendations, 2004 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401e. Arjomand, Said A.. Constitution-Making in the Middle East - A Recipe for Anarchy? Recommendations for the New Iraqi Constitution, 2004 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401f. Millett, Catherine M.. Broad Access and Persistence: Ensuring Quality and Opportunity in American Higher Education, 2004 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401g. Seegers, Annette. Conflict Resolution in Central and Southern Africa, 2004 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401h. Pouncy, Hillard. From Cradle to School: Health and Education Programs for Very Young Children, 2004 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401i. Edwards, Mickey, 1937-. American Electoral Reform, 2004 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401k. Braud, Philippe. Immigration in the European Union: The Economic and Demographic Dilemma, 2004 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402a. Feiveson, Harold A.. Princeton Protocol for the Sustainable Control of Global Climate Change: Developing a Framework to Address Gloabal Warming, 2005 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402b. Somers, Stephen A.. Implementing Part D of the MMA: Challenges and Opportunities for States and Dual Eligibles, 2005 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402c. Corcoran, Thomas. Using Policy to Improve the Quality of Teaching: Options for the New Jersey Quality Teaching and Learning Task Force, 2005 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402d. Schwartz, Eric. U.S. Strategy in Iraq, 2005 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402e. White, Lynn T., III, 1941-. U.S. Policy Toward Nuclear North Korea and Its Neighbors, 2005 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402f. Nash, William L.. Mainstreaming Conflict Prevention in U.S. Foreign Policy, 2005 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402g. Zucconi, Mario. Enhancing the Role of the European Union in the Middle East Peace Process, 2005 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402h. Pilcher, Carl. Powering the Vision, 2005 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402i. Barron, William. Jobs and Job Growth in the United States, 2005 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401a. Kojm, Christopher A.. National Security Policy: Making America More Secure Against Radical Islamist Terrorism, 2005 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401b. Hull, Edmund J. (Edmund James), 1949-. The Middle East Peace Process, 2005 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401c. Feiveson, Harold A.. Enhancing U.S. Oil Security, 2005 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401d. Barton, Frederick. Successful Transitions from Conflict - Building a Better Future Through Unconventional Change Agents: An Action Strategy for Pakistan, 2005 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401e. LeRoux, Ingrid. Child Health in Developing Countries with a Focus on South Africa, 2005 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401f. Millett, Catherine M.. Testing and Assessment in National Education Policy, 2005 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401g. Pouncy, Hillard. Incarceration and Inequality, 2005 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401h. Kinsey, David N.. The Housing Crisis and the Role of the State - A Housing Policy for the State of New Jersey, 2005 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401i. Lyall, Jason. Self Determination and Democratization in Russia - Saving the Republic on a Precipice: A Plan for Peace in Chechnya, 2005 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 402a. Frost, Laura. Scaling Up Access to Drugs for Tropical Diseases, 2006 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402b. Corcoran, Thomas. Increasing Achievement and Equity: Options for the Expanding New York City Autonomy Zone, 2006 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402c. Somers, Stephen A.. Developing Options for Medicaid Reform for the Medicaid Commission, 2006 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402d. Mauzerall, Denise. Task Force on Energy for Sustainable Development, 2006 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402e. Hutchings, Robert. Rethinking the War on Terrorism: Strategies for Managing the New Terrorist Threat, 2006 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402f. Massey, Douglas S.. U.S. Immigration Policy in the Context of Free Trade, 2006 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402g. Nash, William L.. Stablilization in the Aftermath of War: Windows of Opportunity, 2006 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402h. Zucconi, Mario. Integrating "Islamic" Turkey into "Christian" Europe: An Evaluation of the Role of the European Union in Dealing with the Challenges of Turkish Accession, 2006 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402i. Sebok, Anthony. State-Focused Strategies for Medical Malpractice Litigation Liability Reform, 2006 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 401a. Singer, Burton.. International Law and Infectious Diseases Task Force Summary: The Role of Law and Policy in Preventing and Treating Infectious Diseases, 2006 Fall. 1 box.
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WWS 401b. Finn, Robert P.. The Drug Trade and the Future of Afghanistan, 2006 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401c. Feiveson, Harold A.. Princeton Report on a Worldwide Phase Out of Nuclear Power, 2006 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401d. Lahera, Eugenio. Improving Anti-Poverty Policies in Mexico, 2006 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401e. Seegers, Annette. Post-Conflict Peacebuilding in Central and Southern Africa, 2006 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401f. Kojm, Christopher A.. Reevaluating U.S. Policy Towards Iraq, 2006 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401g. Pouncy, Hillard. Fathers, Child Well-Being and Child Support Enforcement - Strategies for Improving Child Support Enforcement, 2006 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401h. Haughwout, Andrew. Thinking about the Unthinkable: Managing Major Disasters, 2006 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401i. Litman, Harry. Rethinking the Death Penalty, 2006 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 401j. Galligan, Denis. Protecting Human Rights in the European Community, 2006 Fall. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402a. Chyba, Christopher F.. Responding to the North Korean Nuclear Weapons Program, 2007 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402b. Corcoran, Thomas. Strengthening the New York City School Quality Review, 2007 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402c. Somers, Stephen A.. Medicaid Cost and Quality: Medicaid Reform Strategies for the Nation's Governors, 2007 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402d. Mauzerall, Denise. Development of Policy Initiatives for the Sustainable Use of Energy at Princeton University, 2007 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402e. Hutchings, Robert. Rethinking U.S. Foreign Aid, 2007 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402f. Zucconi, Mario. Iran Between Europe and the U.S.: Understanding the Variables Affecting the Nuclear Crisis and the Importance of Multilateralism, 2007 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402g. Integrating the New Jersey Immigrant Community: A Policy-Action Plan for the State, 2007 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402h. Flaherty, Martin. Reforming U.S. Detention Practices in the "Global War on Terror", 2007 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402i. Dickinson, Laura. Public Law Values in a Privatized World: The Outsourcing of Foreign Affairs - Regulating Military, Security and Reconstruction Contracts: A Way Forward, 2007 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402j. Wilson, Francis, 1939-. Land and Poverty in South Africa, 2007 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402a. Zucconi, Mario. Islam and Democracy: Lessons from Turkey, 2008 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402b. Oppenheimer, Daniel. Policy Suggestion for Improving Accountability in Higher Education, 2008 Spring. 1 box.
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WWS 402c. Somers, Stephen A.. Beyond Coverage: Improving Access to Services for Medicaid & S-CHIP Beneficiaries, 2008 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402d. Tienda, Marta.. Integrating Immigrants in New Jersey: Local Perspectives, 2008 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402e. Reif, Tim. Report to the New Administration on the Future of U.S. Trade Policy, 2008 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402f. White, Lynn T., III, 1941-. U.S. Policy Towards the Rise of China, 2008 Spring. 2 boxes.
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2 boxes

WWS 402g. Feiveson, Harold A.. Carbon Tax Policy for the United States, 2008 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402h. Wilson, Francis, 1939-. Challenges and Opportunities: Addressing Poverty and Inequality in the Context of Dimishing Oil Resources, 2008 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

WWS 402i. Kassem, Maye, 1966-. U.S. Democracy Promotion in Egypt, 2008 Spring. 1 box.
Physical Description

1 box

Zucconi, Mario. Turkey and a New Regional Order in the Middle East, 2009 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

Feiveson, Harold A.. Wind Energy Policies in the United States, 2009 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

Somers, Stephen A.. The State Role in U.S. Health Care Reform, 2009 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

Flaherty, Martin. The Challenge of Constitution-Making, 2009 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

Gadsden, James. U.S.-European Union Economic Relations and National Security, 2009 Spring. 2 boxes.
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2 boxes

Hutchings, Robert. Rethinking the "War on Terror", 2009 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

Zelizer, Julian E.. Revitalizing Military Recruitment Without Resorting to the Draft, 2009 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

Kassem, Maye, 1966-. Human Rights in Egypt, 2009 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

Frühling, Hugo. Crime and Human Rights in Chile, 2009 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

Wilson, Francis, 1939-. Land Use and Poverty Alleviation, 2009 Spring. 1 box.
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1 box

Finn, Robert P.. Afghanistan: Is There a Way Out?, 2010 Spring. 1 box.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. U.S. Nuclear Weapon Policies in the 21st Century, 2010 Spring. 1 box.
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Somers, Stephen A.. Health Care Reform and Medicaid Expansion, 2010 Spring. 1 box.
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Corcoran, Thomas. National Education Standards and Revisions to the No Child Left Behind Act, 2010 Spring. 1 box.
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Kurtzer, Daniel. Defining a Coherent U.S. Approach to the Middle East, 2010 Spring. 1 box.
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Prior, Markus. Campaign Reform: Is This the Way to Elect a President?, 2010 Spring. 1 box.
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Nash, William L.. Conflict Prevention and U.S. Foreign Policy, 2010 Spring. 1 box.
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Kassem, Maye, 1966-. Egypt's Forthcoming Elections, 2010 Spring. 1 box.
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Wilson, Francis, 1939-. Civil Society and Anti-Poverty Efforts in South Africa, 2010 Spring. 1 box.
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Can Yemen Be Saved? Learning the Lessons of Iraq and Afghanistan, 2010 Fall. 1 box.
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Desiging Equitable Use Solutions for the Tigris-Euphrates Basin, 2010 Fall. 1 box.
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Anti Americanism in the Obama Era, 2010 Fall. 1 box.
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Managing Nuclear Energy in a Disarming World, 2010 Fall. 1 box.
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Education and College Preparation: What is the Federal Role?, 2010 Fall. 1 box.
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How Can News Media Survive in the Internet Age?, 2010 Fall. 1 box.
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Combating the Epidemic of Childhood Obesity, 2010 Fall. 1 box.
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The European Union and China, 2010 Fall. 1 box.
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Post-Conflict Peacebuilding in Central and Southern Africa, 2010 Fall. 1 box.
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Immigration and Migration in the European Union, 2010 Fall. 1 box.
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Junior Independent Work: Sydney Booker, Amanda George, An Ting Liu, 2010 Fall. 1 box.
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US Housing Policy, 2011 Spring. 1 box.
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Renewable Energy and the Electric Grid, 2011 Spring. 1 box.
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Health Care Reform, 2011 Spring. 1 box.
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US-EU Strategic Partnership, 2011 Spring. 1 box.
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Advancing Civil Society in China, 2011 Spring. 1 box.
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Conflict Management & Security Strategy, 2011 Spring. 1 box.
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Youth Development Policy, 2011 Spring. 1 box.
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Junior Independent Work: Tal Eisenzweig, Michael Gibbs, Kelly Roache, Oren Samet-Marram, 2011 Spring. 1 box.
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Poverty Alleviation and Employment Creation in South Africa, 2011 Spring. 1 box.
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Galligan, Denis. The Protection of Minority Rights in the European Union, 2011 Fall. 1 box.
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Wailoo, Keith. To Medicate or Not? Children and Drug Policy, 2011 Fall. 1 box.
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Yarhi-Milo, Keren, 1978-. Intelligence and US Foreign Policy, 2011 Fall. 1 box.
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Meunier, Sophie.. Economic Patriotism: Dealing with Chinese Takeover, 2011 Fall. 1 box.
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LeRoux, Ingrid. Child and Maternal Health in Developing Countries, 2011 Fall. 1 box.
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Katz, Stanley Nider. Purpose and Preference in Selective College Admissions, 2011 Fall. 1 box.
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Price, Hugh B.. Combating Chronic Poverty in an Age of Austerity, 2011 Fall. 1 box.
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Zucconi, Mario. Turkey and the Political Evolution of the New Middle East, 2011 Fall. 1 box.
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Flaherty, Martin. Confronting the Human Rights Crisis in China, 2011 Fall. 1 box.
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Pouncy, Hillard. When Tough Isn't Enough: Youth Development Policy in the Americas, 2011 Fall. 1 box.
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Martin, Connor. Contested Sovereignty in the South China Sea: Rethinking U.S. Geostrategry in Maritime Eurasia, 2011 Fall. 1 box.
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Jo, Caroline. Cross-Boundary Hong Kong-Guangdong Air Pollution Regulation, 2011 Fall. 1 box.
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Wong, Audrye Yunqi. Teaching Minority Languages in the French Education System: Policy Approaches, 2011 Fall. 1 box.
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Karasz, Matthew S.. Values and Violence: A Motivation to Riot in 2005, 2011 Fall. 1 box.
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Slaughter, Anne-Marie, 1958-. Improving and Institutionalizing 21st Century Statecraft, 2012 Spring. 1 box.
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Keohane, Robert. Democracy and Global Governance, 2012 Spring. 1 box.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. Enhancing U.S. Oil Security in a Carbon-Constrained World, 2012 Spring. 1 box.
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Haleem, Irm.. Countering Islamic Extremism in Pakistan, 2012 Spring. 1 box.
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Somers, Stephen A.. Helping States Prepare for Reshaping the U.S. Health Care System, 2012 Spring. 1 box.
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Kurtzer, Daniel. U.S. Policy and the Possible Outcomes of the "Arab Spring", 2012 Spring. 1 box.
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Rouse, Cecilia. Education Policy, 2012 Spring. 1 box.
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Wilson, Francis, 1939-. Combating South Africa's Education Crisis, 2012 Spring. 1 box.
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Brown, Marguerite. Task Force in Havana, Cuba, 2012 Spring. 1 box.
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Price, Hugh B.. Resuscitating Inner-City Neighborhoods, 2012 Fall. 1 box.
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Scovronick, Nathan. Separation and Stratification in American Education, 2012 Fall. 1 box.
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Seegers, Annette. Civilian Victimization in the Congo Conflict, 2012 Fall. 1 box.
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Bodine, Barbara. The Arab Awakening, the U.S. and the Gulf States, 2012 Fall. 1 box.
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Zucconi, Mario. The European Union and China, 2012 Fall. 1 box.
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Yarhi-Milo, Keren, 1978-. National Intelligence and Executive Decision-Making, 2012 Fall. 1 box.
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Galligan, Denis. Migrants, Asylum-seekers, and the Role of the European Union, 2012 Fall. 1 box.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. The Path to Nuclear Disarmament, 2013 Spring. 1 box.
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Yarhi-Milo, Keren, 1978-. International Crisis Diplomacy, 2013 Spring. 1 box.
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Somers, Stephen A.. The Role of States in Reshaping the U.S. Health Care System, 2013 Spring. 1 box.
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Felten, Edward, 1963-. Mobile Privacy, 2013 Spring. 1 box.
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Flaherty, Martin. China's Leadership Transition and the Rule of Law, 2013 Spring. 1 box.
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Isenberg, Alison.. Second-Hand Cities: New Policy for Old Places, 2013 Spring. 1 box.
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Wilson, Francis, 1939-. Unemployment and Education in South Africa, 2013 Spring. 1 box.
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Aja, Antonio. Population and Development in Contemporary Cuba, 2013 Spring. 1 box.
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Yarhi-Milo, Keren, 1978-. National Intelligence and Executive Decision Making, 2013 Fall. 1 box.
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Meunier, Sophie.. Owned by China? Dealing with Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in the United States, 2013 Fall. 1 box.
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Bodine, Barbara. Yemen – The Negotiated Revolution: A Case Study in Managed Transition, 2013 Fall. 1 box.
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Zucconi, Mario. Islamic Nation and European Integration: Turkey and the European Union, 2013 Fall. 1 box.
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le Roux, Karl. Maternal and Child Health in Developing Countries, 2013 Fall. 1 box.
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Keevey, Richard F.. Debt or Safety Net? Financing Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security, 2013 Fall. 1 box.
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Pouncy, Hillard. No Country for Ex-Offenders: Federal Prisoner Reentry Policies, 2013 Fall. 1 box.
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Flaherty, Martin. Building the Rule of Law in China: Is There a Role for the U.S.?, 2013 Fall. 1 box.
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Bel, Germa. Economic Crisis and Recovery in Europe and Spain, 2013 Fall. 1 box.
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Kurtzer, Daniel. Chronic Conflicts: Time for a New Diplomatic Paradigm?, 2014 Spring. 1 box.
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Nash, William L.. U.S. Civil Military Relations, 2014 Spring. 1 box.
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Felten, Edward, 1963-. Law and Policy for Autonomous Robots, 2014 Spring. 1 box.
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Somers, Stephen A.. The Role of States in Reshaping the U.S. Healthcare System in 2014 & Beyond, 2014 Spring. 1 box.
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Jaczko, Gregory B., 1970-. The Future of Nuclear Fission as a Power Source, 2014 Spring. 1 box.
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Mo, Jongryn. South Korea and Strategies for Global Governance Leadership, 2014 Spring. 1 box.
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Wilson, Francis, 1939-. The Education Crisis in South Africa, 2014 Spring. 1 box.
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Seegers, Annette. U.S. Policy toward Counter-Insurgencies in Sub-Saharan Africa, 2014 Fall. 1 box.
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Coleman, Henry A.. The Role for States and Local Governments in Alleviating Poverty in the USA, 2014 Fall. 1 box.
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Zucconi, Mario. Turkey and the Political Evolution of the Middle East, 2014 Fall. 1 box.
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Flaherty, Martin. China's Leadership Transition and the Rule of Law, 2014 Fall. 1 box.
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Keevey, Richard F.. Debt or Safety Net: Financing Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security, 2014 Fall. 1 box.
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Haughwout, Andrew. Thinking about the Unthinkable: Managing Major Disasters, 2014 Fall. 1 box.
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Mine, Eder. Independent Paper: Rethinking Economic Sanctions, 2014 Fall. 1 box.
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Bel, Germa. Annexation and Secession in Europe and Catalonia/Spain, 2014 Fall. 1 box.
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Galligan, Denis. Unrest and the Protection of Rights in the European Union, 2014 Fall. 1 box.
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Braud, Philippe. The Rise of Anti-European Sentiment in European Union Member States, 2014 Fall. 1 box.
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Diplomacy and Chronic Conflicts - Daniel Kurtzer, 2015 Spring. 1 box.
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Urban Economic Developmet Policy: New York City and Other Major America Cities - Steven Strauss, 2015 Spring. 1 box.
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Can Peacekeeping Work: William Nash, 2015 Spring. 1 box.
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Dilemmas of Environment and Development in Asia - Jin Sato, 2015 Spring. 1 box.
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Cyber Security: Attacks and Consequences Joel Reidenberg, 2015 Spring. 1 box.
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Health Care and International Development - Carol Martin, 2015 Spring. 1 box.
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Designing a 21st Century Juvenile Justice System - Craig Levine, 2015 Spring. 1 box.
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The Challenges of Preschool, Primary and Education in South Africa - Francis Wilson, 2015 Spring. 1 box.
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Irish Border Conflict and Conflict Transformation - Cathal McCall, 2015 Spring. 1 box.
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Intelligence and U.S. Foreign Policy - Yarhi-Milo, K., 2015 Fall. 1 box.
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Maternal and Child Health in Developing Countries - le Roux, S./le Roux, K., 2015 Fall. 1 box.
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Promoting the Rule of Law in a "Post-Reform" China - Flaherty, M., 2015 Fall. 1 box.
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Who Should Help the Urban Poor, and How? - Coleman, H., 2015 Fall. 1 box.
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Global Hot Spots: Why, When, and How to Intervene - Barton, Rick, 2015 Fall. 1 box.
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In Oxford - Galligan, D., 2015 Fall. 1 box.
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In Paris - Braud, P., 2015 Fall. 1 box.
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Barcelona - Bel, G., 2015 Fall. 1 box.
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Stabilization After Intervention: Making America Effective in a Turbulent World - Frederick Barton, 2016 Spring. 1 box.
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The Migrant Crisis in Europe: The International Response - Douglas Mercado, 2016 Spring. 1 box.
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Health Care for the Poor in the US: The Role of the States - Stephen Somers and James Verdier, 2016 Spring. 1 box.
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Governance, Human Rights & International Development - Carol Martin, 2016 Spring. 1 box.
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Mainstreaming the Environment in Asia - Jin Sato, 2016 Spring. 1 box.
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(Cape Town, South Africa) Understanding and Addressing the Challenges in the South African Education System - Francis Wilson, 2016 Spring. 1 box.
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Enforced Re-Imaging of Symbolic Landscapes: The Case of Murals in Post-Violence Belfast - Cathal McCall (Queen's University Belfast), 2016 Spring. 1 box.
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The Role of NGOs in Guiding Youth Identities for Peace-Building in Belfast, Northern Ireland/ Cathal McCall (Queen's University Belfast), 2016 Spring. 1 box.
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Improving Health Care Services During Humanitarian Emergencies - Douglas Mercado, 2016 Fall. 1 digital file.
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Preserving Human Rights and Civil Society in China - Martin Flaherty, 2016 Fall. 1 digital file.
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The Persistence of Poverty in the US: Issues and Outlook - Henry Coleman, 2016 Fall. 1 digital file.
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Best Practices in Post-conflict Stabilization - Frederick Barton, 2016 Fall. 16 digital files.
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Minority Rights in the European Union - Denis Galligan, 2016 Fall. 9 digital files.
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U.S. Policy toward Counter-Insurgencies in Sub-Saharan Africa - Annette Seegers, 2016 Fall. 6 digital files.
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Woodrow Wilson School Task Force - Philippe Braud, 2016 Fall. 4 digital files.
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Criminal Justice Reform: Evolving American Justice - Benjamin Jealous, 2017 Spring. 1 digital file.
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Foreign Aid in the Tiger Economy: The Future of South-South Cooperation - Jin Sato, 2017 Spring. 1 digital file.
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Global Health and International Development - Carol Martin, 2017 Spring. 1 digital file.
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Sustainability at Princeton University - Denise Mauzerall, 2017 Spring. 1 digital file.
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Diplomacy and Protracted Conflicts - Daniel Kurtzer, 2017 Spring. 1 digital file.
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Diplomacy and Protracted Conflicts – Daniel Kurtzer, 2018 Spring. 1 digital file.
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Achieving Sustainable Development Goals in Asia – Jin Sato, 2018 Spring. 1 digital file.
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Improving Democracy and Governance in Developing Countries – Carol Martin, 2018 Spring. 1 digital file.
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Improving Health Care for Vulnerable Populations in the US – Heather Howard, 2018 Spring. 1 digital file.
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Rethinking Criminal Justice: Policy Responses to Mass Incarceration – Udi Ofer, 2018 Spring. 1 digital file.
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Education Policy in South Africa – Francis Wilson, 2018 Spring. 7 digital files.
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Refugee and Migrant Policy in Europe – Mario Zucconi, 2018 Spring. 6 digital files.
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Arrangement

Series 2: Special Seminars, 1962-1967, 1984-1986 is arranged by seminar type (Graduate School or Task Force), and chronologically thereunder.

Scope and Contents

Series 2: Special Seminars, 1962-1967, 1984-1986 consists of the final papers from a series of graduate-level seminars held in the 1960s and a series of Spring undergraduate seminars, called "Task Forces", held in the mid-1980s. For the graduate-level papers, the "Creator" names listed below indicate the authors; for the undergraduate-level task forces, the "Creator" names indicate the Professor who taught the course.

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Economic Growth and Tax Policy - Research Seminar on Economic Policy, 1962-1963. 1 box.
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Kashmir Political Exercise Participants Manual, 1964. 1 box.
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Studies in the Structure of Unemployment, 1963-1964. 1 box.
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1964 Summer Research Project - European Economic Community, 1964. 1 box.
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Bischoff, Alan G.. European Economic Community Project - The Trade Unions and European Integration, 1964. 1 box.
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Bock, J. Richard. European Economic Community Project - Neutrality and European Integration: The Austrian Example, 1964. 1 box.
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Brodkey, Robert M.. European Economic Community Project - U.N.I.C.E. in European Integration, 1964. 1 box.
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Destler, I.M. European Economic Community Project - Political Union in Europe: 1960-1962, 1964. 1 box.
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Ettinger, Stephen Joel, 1942-. European Economic Community Project - The Associations of Greece and Turkey with the Common Market, 1964. 1 box.
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Farber, Stephen Burt. European Economic Community Project - The EEC and Trade with CMEA Nations, 1964. 1 box.
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Gassner, Henry P.. European Economic Community Project - The Coordination of Economic Policy Within the Common Market, 1964. 1 box.
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Goldman, Clifford A.. European Economic Community Project - Organized Labor and the Development of European Integration, 1964. 1 box.
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Hein, William F.. European Economic Community Project - Towards a Common Transport Policy Within the EEC, 1964. 1 box.
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Leone, Richard C.. European Economic Community Project - The European Free Trade Association, 1964. 1 box.
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Sharp, Richard G.. European Economic Community Project - European Socialism and European Integration, 1964. 1 box.
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Smith, Blake Wales Hendee. European Economic Community Project - Spain and the Common Market, 1964. 1 box.
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Upoff, Norman. European Economic Community Project - Problems of Expanding African Exports of Manufactured Goods, 1964. 1 box.
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Wood, Robert K.. European Economic Community Project - Euratom and Nuclear Power in Western Europe, 1964. 1 box.
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Conference: Study of Public Policy - Policies and Politics of Transportation in the U.S., 1964-1965. 1 box.
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Vietnamese Stimulation Exercise Participants Manual, 1965. 1 box.
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Policy Conferences - Graduate Seminars, 1958-1974. 1 volume.
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1962 Summer Research Project - British West Indies, 1962. 1 box.
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Armstrong, Alan W.. British West Indies Project - The Extent to which Political Parties have served as Agents of Modernization with respect to Land Reform in Jamaica, 1962. 1 box.
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Feiveson, Harold A.. British West Indies Project - Technology and Economic Growth in Jamaica, 1962. 1 box.
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Hollyer, Rene. British West Indies Project - Local Autonomy and the KSAC, 1962. 1 box.
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Lipsky, Michael. British West Indies Project - The Development of Grenada: Story of an Island, 1962. 1 box.
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Nussman, James. British West Indies Project - The University of the West Indies: A West Indian Common Service, 1962. 1 box.
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Swaim, Stephen C.. British West Indies Project - Economic Development in Jamaica, 1962. 1 box.
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Turiello, Harold M.. British West Indies Project - The Housing Policy of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago, 1962. 1 box.
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Wirtz, Richard S.. British West Indies Project - Industrial Protection in Jamaica - Richard S. Wirtz, 1962. 1 box.
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1963 Summer Research Project - Mexico, 1963. 1 box.
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Bell, Peter D.. Mexico Research Project - Mexico: The Indian and the Nation, 1963. 1 box.
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Brimmer, Michael. Mexico Research Project - An Examination of Public Administration in Mexico, 1963. 1 box.
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Forrest, Donald Bozell. Mexico Research Project - A Water Supply System for Huajojutla, 1963. 1 box.
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Gibb, Bruce Lorenzo. Mexico Research Project - Tacambaro - An Experience in Cooperation, 1963. 1 box.
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Gwatkin, Davidson R.. Mexico Research Project - Agricultural Credit and the Lower Classes in Mexican Agriculture, 1963. 1 box.
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Hines, James R.. Mexico Research Project - The Process of Capital Formation in the Economic Development of Mexico, 1963. 1 box.
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Kessler, David S.. Mexico Research Project - Science in Mexico: History, Policy and Organization, 1963. 1 box.
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Malik, Lawrence C.. Mexico Research Project - A History of Industrial Labor Relations in Mexico, 1963. 1 box.
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Leng, Hin-Seak. Mexico Research Project - The Formation and Administration of Mexican Foreign Policies, 1963. 1 box.
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Meehan, Robert S.. Mexico Research Project - History of Government-Labor Relations in Mexico, 1963. 1 box.
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Mister, Melvin A.. Mexico Research Project - The Latin American Free Trade Association and Economic Development, 1963. 1 box.
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Musgrove, Philip. Mexico Research Project - Fish Cultivation in Mexico: A Study of the Department of Fish Culture of the Ministry of Agriculture, 1963. 1 box.
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Peterson, Richard B.. Mexico Research Project - Central Banking and Some Obstacles to Economic Development in Mexico, 1963. 1 box.
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Russo, Anthony. Mexico Research Project - Management in Mexico, 1963. 1 box.
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Seessel, Thomas V.. Mexico Research Project - Nationalism and Economic Development in Mexico, 1963. 1 box.
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Stevens, Lawrence Nye, II. Mexico Research Project - Population Growth in Mexico, 1963. 1 box.
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Conference on Human Resource Development, 1967. 1 box.
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A Strategy of Human Resource Development for Tanzania, 1967. 1 box.
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Task Force Report on Negro Unemployment in the United States: Toward a National Strategy for Full Negro Employment, 1967. 1 box.
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Task Force Report on Kenya, 1967. 1 box.
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Manpower Assessment Techniques Task Force Report, 1967. 1 box.
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Task Force Report on the Development of Manpower Resources in Zambia, 1967. 1 box.
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U.S. National Manpower Policy: A Task Force Report, 1967. 1 box.
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Human Resource Development in India, 1967. 1 box.
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Task Force Report on Jamaica, 1967. 1 box.
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Manpower Policy in Thailand: A Task Force Report, 1967. 1 box.
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Human Resource Development in Colombia, 1967. 1 box.
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1967 Summer Research Project - Peru, 1967. 1 box.
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Lidman, Russell M.. Peru Summer Research Project - The Tractor Factor: Agriculture Mechanization in Peru, 1967. 1 box.
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Silverman, Ira. Peru Summer Research Project - Rural Education for Peruvian Economic Development, 1967. 1 box.
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Policy Conference 1967-1968: White House Conference on Fiscal Federalism, 1968. 1 box.
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Policy Conference 1967-1968: Second Exercise - Jetport, 1967-1968. 1 box.
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Policy Conference 1967-1968: Third Exercise - Revenue Sharing, 1967-1968. 1 box.
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Conference: The Study of Public Policy, 1968-1969. 1 box.
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Problems of Education in the United States - Policy Papers, 1970. 1 box.
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India: Higher Education and Migration of Talent - Policy Papers, 1970. 1 box.
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Unemployment and Employment Generation in Developing Countries - Policy Papers, 1970. 1 box.
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Higher Education in the United States - Policy Papers, 1970. 1 box.
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Black Capitalism - Policy Papers, 1970. 1 box.
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United States Manpower Problems - Policy Papers, 1970. 1 box.
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Allied Health Manpower - Policy Papers, 1970. 1 box.
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The Philadelphia Plan and Equal Employment Opportunity - Policy Papers, 1970. 1 box.
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Human Resource Development and Utilization - Policy Papers, 1970. 1 box.
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Volmar, Gustavo Segundo. Educational System of the Dominican Republic and its Relations to Economic Development, 1970. 1 box.
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Vocational Education: Job Corps - Policy Papers, 1970. 1 box.
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Financing Education in New Jersey, 1974. 1 box.
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1965 Summer Research Project - Central America, 1965. 1 box.
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Allen, Dennis W.. Central America Research Project - An Analysis of Several Demographic Factors in Costa Rica, 1965. 1 box.
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Appelbaum, Richard P.. Central America Research Project - Some Economic Problems of the Guatemalan Indian and their Ramifications, 1965. 1 box.
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Carter, Barry E.. Central America Research Project - Analysis of the Feasibility of Panama's Proposed Entrance into the Central American Common Market, 1965. 1 box.
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Coles, Julius E.. Central America Research Project - Political Developments in Honduras since the Dictatorship of General Tiburcio Carias, 1965. 1 box.
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Fry, Gerald W.. Central America Research Project - Human Resource Development in Costa Rica, 1965. 1 box.
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Lamont, Nicholas S.. Central America Research Project - The Central American Integration Movement: A Stimulant for Solutions to Social Problems, 1965. 1 box.
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Levine, Meldon E.. Central America Research Project - The Private Sector and the Common Market: The Reactions and Attitudes of Honduran, Nicaraguan, and Salvadorean Business Groups and Businessmen to the Central American Common Market, 1965. 1 box.
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McLaughlin, Robert T.. Central America Research Project - The Peace Corps in Guatemala, 1965. 1 box.
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Morrison, J. Lawton. Central America Research Project - Channeling Domestic Financial Resources to Productive Enterprise in Central America, 1965. 1 box.
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Queener, Robert S.. Central America Research Project - Transportation for Progress in Central America, 1965. 1 box.
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Riggs, John A.. Central America Research Project - Agricultural Development and Agrarian Reform in El Salvador, 1965. 1 box.
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Robinson, Joe L.. Central America Research Project - The Fine Arts and Central American Integration, 1965. 1 box.
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Schreiberg, Sheldon L.. Central America Research Project - The United States Private Investor and the Central American Common Market, 1965. 1 box.
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Street, James B.. Central America Research Project - Community Development Activities of the Government of Guatemala, 1965. 1 box.
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Zupancic, Ernest J.. Central America Research Project - A Critical Analysis of the Organization for Planning in Guatemala, 1965. 1 box.
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1966 Summer Research Project - Central America, 1966. 1 box.
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Brooks, Joseph J.. Central America Research Project - The Impact of U.S. Cotton Policy on Economic Development in Central America, 1966. 1 box.
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Burke, Edward L., Mr. Central America Research Project - The Christian Democratic Party in El Salvador, 1966. 1 box.
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Caldwell, J. Alexander. Central America Research Project - Private Sector Management Development in the Central American Isthmus, 1966. 1 box.
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DuBois, L. Clayton. Central America Research Project - The Press in Guatemala, 1966. 1 box.
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Jaffe, Daniel Louis. Central America Research Project - An Analysis of the Election of Julio Cesar Mendez Montenegro to the Presidency of Guatemala, 1966. 1 box.
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Mitchell, Willard H.. Central America Research Project - CSUCA: A Regional Strategy for Higher Education, 1966. 1 box.
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Ruth, James M., Jr.. Central America Research Project - The Role of Water Resources in Economic Development of Guatemala, 1966. 1 box.
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Scheiner, James I.. Central America Research Project - Municipal Development in Guatemala: Mazatenango and Retalhuleu Cases Studies, 1966. 1 box.
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Smith, Donn Scott. Central America Research Project - The Partido Libracion Nacional of Costa Rica: A Critical Study, 1966. 1 box.
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Solomon, Robert L.. Central America Research Project - The Politics of Exile in Guatemala: A Study in Political Pathology, 1966. 1 box.
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Strachan, Ian C.. Central America Research Project - Agricultural Labor and the Minimum Wage Law in El Salvador, 1966. 1 box.
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Taft, Bob, 1942-. Central America Research Project - Primary School Wastage in Retalhuleu, Guatemala: A Case Study, 1966. 1 box.
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1 box

Yochelson, John N.. Central America Research Project - The 1966 President Election in Costa Rica, 1966. 1 box.
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1 box

Conference: The Study of Public Policy - Selected Issues in Transportation and Employment in the United States, 1966-1967. 1 box.
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1 box

Conference: The Study of Public Policy - First Exercise - Jetport, 1966-1967. 1 box.
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1 box

Press Releases, Letters and Bills from Policy Conference - Jetport Exercise, 1966-1967. 1 box.
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1 box

Conference: The Study of Public Policy - Second Exercise - Lower Manhattan Expressway, 1966-1967. 1 box.
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1 box

Conference: The Study of Public Policy - Third Exercise - Teenage Unemployment, 1966-1967. 1 box.
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10 Volumes

Ikenberry, G. John.. Global Trade Reform, 1984 Spring. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Livezey, Lowell. Organization and International Human Rights, 1985 Spring. 2 Volumes.
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2 Volumes

WWS 402b. Deudney, Daniel. Scientific Cooperation and Superpower Security, 1986 Spring. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Gylfason, Thorvaldur, 1951- . Economic Stabilization Programs in Developing Countries, 1986 Spring. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Levy, Marion J. (Marion Joseph), 1918-. Proposal for a National Service Program, 1986 Spring. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Milhollin, Gary. Nuclear Arms Proliferation: The Control of Plutonium, 1986 Spring. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Broh, C. Anthony. Regulating Speech on Television, 1986 Spring. 1 volume.
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1 volume

WWS 402e. Livezey, Lowell. U.S. Policy and the Human Rights of Central Americans, 1986 Spring. 1 volume.
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1 volume

Posen, Barry. U.S. Policy Towards NATO, 1986 Spring. 1 volume.
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1 volume

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