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Series III. Articles., 1950-1980 [series]:
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American Labor, A Growing and Changing Movement. United States Information Service
May 1968.

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American Labour in Politics. American Labour
November 1968.

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"American Politics: How They Work and How You Can Work Them."
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Assignment '68: A Discussion on The Role of the Labor Press. Int'l. Labor Press Assoc. AFL-CIO
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The Battle Against Political Corruption. From symposium "Needed
Sponsored by the League for Industrial Democracy, Inc.

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Beyond Equality, Labor and the Radical Republicans, 1862-1872. By David Montgomery. Book review, n.d.
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Louis D. Brandeis' Way to Jewish Identification. Herzl Institute Bulletin
November 1966. Vol. 3, No. 6.

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Breaking Party Lines. N.Y. Times letter
September 23, 1970.

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To Build A Liberal Coalition. ADA World
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Building Tomorrow's Labor Leadership
Summer 1957. Reprint from AFL-CIO Industrial Union Department Digest.

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Can Anyone Run A City. Saturday Review
November 8, 1969.

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Career Education and Society's Imperatives
April 1973. Published by Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, Portland Oregon, under contract with U.S. Office of Education.

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The Case for Hubert Humphrey, (Humphrey the Vital Center)
June 1968. The Progressive.

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The Central Issues of Our Time: How They Affect Labor and The Community
May 1969. Speech delivered at the Fourteenth Annual AFL-CIO National Conference on Community Service.

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Change articles. "Everybody's Core Curriculum"
May- June 1970.

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Change articles. "The Faculty Joins the Proletariat"
Winter 1971/72.

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Change articles. "The University and the Labor Union: Educating the Proletariat"
February 1979.

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"The Changing Face of Labor". Outline
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"Classrooms Born of the Class Struggle: An Overview"
February 1961. 3pp.

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Clothing Industry is A Bit Threadbare. Interview by Eliot Janeway
November 1971.

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Combating Organized Crime The Annals (of the Academy of Political and Social Science)
May 1963. Volume 347.

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Commentary and Symposium
"S.J. Res. No. 2 The Quiet Counter-Revolution", June 1965; Reply to Alexander M. Bickel's article "Is Electoral Reform the Answer?", December 1968; Reply to Pfaff article, February 1968; Nixon, The Great Society and the Future of Social Policy, May 1973; Commentary. "New Deal vs. Old Deal", 1973. Includes correspondence.

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Symposium. What is a Liberal - Who is a Conservative?
September 1976. Includes correspondence.

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Court Versus Legislature
Reprint from Symposium on The Electoral Process Part II, published as the Summer 1962 issue of Law and Contemporary Problems, Duke University School of Law.

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The Crime Corporation. Current Perspectives on Criminal Behavior
Original essays edited by Abraham S. Blumberg.

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The Criminal and The Community. Current History
August 1967.

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Dirty Politics, By Bruce L. Felknor. Book review
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Dissent
Marginal Industries, Low Wages, and High Risks, 1961; Generation Gap or Gap Within a Generation, April 1971. Includes correspondence.

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Dissent
White Workers/ Blue Mood, 1972; Mythologies of a Simon-Pure Conservative, Spring 1979. Includes correspondence.

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The White Worker
Includes correspondence.

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Dissent. The Friedman Inventions
Summer 1980. Includes correspondence.

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El Gremialismo en La Vida Politica de Estados Unidos, por Gus Tyler
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The Federationist
"The ILGWU's Training Institute", November 1959; "The 1962 Elections", February 1962; "Conservative fide in the Elections", October 1962; "The New Challenge to Liberalism", November 1963; "Goldwater...Front Man for Counter Revolution", October 1964; "Labor's New Horizons", September 1966.

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The Federationist
"The Politics of '68", March 1968; "The Future of the Liberal Coalition", January 1969; "Labor in the 1970's: A New Era", January 1970; "A New Gerrymander Threat", February 1971 (w. David Wells); "Multinationals: A Global Menace", July 1972.

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The Federationist
"A Labor View of the 'New Class;", October 1973; "The Threat of A U.S. Without Factories", April 1976; "Minimum Wage: Still Fighting the War on Poverty", May 1977; "The Dangerous Fallacies of A Balanced-Budget Convention", April 1979; "Labor in the 1980's: A New Challenge", November 1979.

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Full Employment to Fight Inflation
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Genesis, Anchor Bible Edition. Book review
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Herald Tribune articles
"Seventh Avenue is Still The Garment Center", March 1964. "New York: The Fashion City", 1964.

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The Illusions That Were and The Illusions That Are, New Republic
November 4, 1957.

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Increasing Employment Opportunities for Youth
July 1974. Paper submitted to Department of Health, Education and Welfare, National Institute of Education. 77 pp..

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The International Role of American Labor"
October 1973 Jewish Frontier.

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The Jewish Labor Movement, Education Synopsis
Vol. II No, 2, pp. 9-19.

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Labor Goes to Arden House (ILGWU sponsors pioneer staff training program)
July 1960. Reprint Industrial Bulletin, State of New York, Department of Labor.

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Labor in The Metropolis, Manuscript
236pp.

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Labor Today (3 parts)
May 1972. North American Newspaper Alliance.

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Labor's 14B Defeat Price of Principle, Liberal Party News
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Labor's Multinational Pains, Foreign Policy
Fall 1973.

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Labor's Public Responsibility in Public Affairs, 16pp., n.d.
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A Legislative Campaign lor A Federal Minimum Wage
Henry Holt & Company, 1959.

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Liberal News. "Some Current Myths About Labor"
February 1963; "Liberal Coalition", October 1963; Article for Liberal News, February 1964; "Do-nothing Legislature", April-May 1964.

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Limits of Corporate Responsibility
September 1971, 24pp. Conference on corporations, Santa Barbara.

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Lindsay: The Last Puritan?
November 1969. Book review of A Political Life: The Education of John V. Lindsay By Nat Hentoff. 7pp.

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Georqe Meany, The Making of A Freedom Fighter
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Middle America's Share of Pie Remains In The Sky (The Seething Silent Majority)
Washington Post, February 1970.

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Midstream. "The Legacy of the Jewish Labor Movement"
March 1965; "The Jewish Labor Movement: A Living Legacy", 1963, publication of the Nathan C. Chanin Cultural Foundation; "Labor's New Era", October 1966; "Negro-Jewish Relations in America", October 19 "Duel in the A.D.A. (Johnson and the Intellectuals)".

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The Modern Maladies of Maldistribution
August 1973. Paper for People's Policy Center.

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Multinationals and the Myth of Comparative Advantage
American Labor in a Changing world Economy, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, edited by Ward Morehouse.

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New Leader
"Congress and the Succession", March 1964; "Dangers of a Professional Army", April 1967 (w. David Wells) "The Liberal Crisis", October 1967; "The Liberal Crisis-II: to Exchange", Joseph L. Raugh, Sr. - Gus Tyler, November 1967

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New Leader
"How A Free People Conduct A Long War", January 1968; "After Hew Hampshire", March 1968; "A Plea for Sanity", June 1968; "The Liberal Crisis - Now", October 1968? "A Liberal Agenda", November 1968.

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New Leader
"Agenda For the Democrats" 14 articles 1969. "1970: Year of Decision", "Puncturing the Liberal Illusion", "Uncovering The Rules", "Missies and Money", "The Revolt of Mr. Middle", "Insurrection of the In-Betweens", "Coalitions Old and New", "Coalition of the Comfortable", "The Academic Question", "A Tale of Three Cities: 1969", "The Working Class Rediscovered", "Playing Poor Politics", "Looking To The Future", "Saving the Party" (missing).

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New Leader
"Moving Beyond the New Deal", November 1970; "Nixon Vs. The Zeitgeist", February 1972; "Muskie Vs. Nixon: An Early Reading", March 1972; "The Voters Tails Back", June 1972; "(McGovern at Delphi)", June 1972; "Advice To A Candidate", July 1972; "The Nixon Formula", October 1972; "Four More Years - Or Decades?", November 1972.

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New Leader
"The Politics of Pat Moynihan", April 1973; "Reply: The Politics of The 'Nonpolitical'", May 1973

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New Leader
"The Uses of History", December 1973; "John Roche: The Loneliness of A Social-Democrat", G.T. review of book Sentenced To Life, by John P. Roche; Democrats Head to A Brokered Convention, February 1976? "The Democrats Double Irony", March 1976; "Third-Party Capers", April 1976,

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New Leader
"The Rise of Jimmy Carter, April 1976? "The Decline of the Northwest", June 1976; "Carter: Passing Episode Or Start of A New era", July 1976; The Spirit of '76", August 1976,

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New Leader
"The Economy As A Political Issue", September 1976; "The Year of Realignment", September 1975; "Fooled By The Phillips Curve", October 1976; "The Politics of Dissolution", October 1976; "The Other Economy: America's Working Poor"*, May 1978; "The Carter Mandate" November 197

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A New Philosophy For Labor, The Fund for The Republic
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New Republic
"The House of Un-Representatives", 1954? "Hidden Democratic Gains", January 1955? "Camel Bites Dachshund" (w. David Wells), November 1961; "Fresh Breezes in The Labor Movement", May 1%. "President Dumping", letter, November 1967; Translation of James Reston October 1961 article brought-up-to-date, "Washington - on (Johnson's) Disenchanted Intellectuals", 1964; "Walter Reuther", May 1979; Letter, October 1970.

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New York Magazine
"Eight Million Pieces of The Action", c. 1968-69; Against The Evidence - The Becker-Rosenthal Affair, by Andy Logan, G.T. book review, June 1970; "The Beginning Of The End Of The State's Minor Parties?", May 1971.

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New York Magazine. "Looking Back -At The 'Forward'"
May 1972.

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New York Magazine. "Through The Needle's Eyes 75 Years of New York".
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Newsday articles
"A Liberal's Case for Humphrey", July 1968; "0ur Neglected Children", August 1972? "Who Is Turning Us Into A Colony?", June 1973.

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The Pattern of Garments
14pp..

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The Political Imperative; The Corporate Character of Unions, by G.T.
book distribution.

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The Presidency and Labor
Reprint, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Philadelphia, Vol. 397, September 1950, pp. 52-91.

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Progress and Retrogression
Government and the Democratic Process, Symposium by American and Israeli experts. Edited by Judd L. Teller, American Histadrut Cultural Exchange Program.

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Riots
Encyclopedia International, February 1967.

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Riots: A Cool View of A Hot Summer
Mademoiselle, June 1968.

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The Riots of Organized Crime
Reprint, Crime and Delinquency, October 1962, pp. 325-338.

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Scarcity: A Critique Of The American Economy
Book distribution, author questionnaire by Quadrangle/N.Y. Times Boole Co.

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SERD/Human Development Institute
G.T. critique of SERD/HDI Report On The Community and Citizen Mobilization Programs conducted by the National Council on Crime and Delinquency and the AFL-CIO Community Service Committee.

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Seventy-Two Is Critical Year For Politics
Northeast News, December 1971.

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Shoes, Textiles, Specialty Steel (The Story Behind Those Cheap Imports)
Beaver County (Pa.) Times. May 20, 1977.

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Sociodynamics of Organized Crime"
Symposium at Emory University, Atlanta Georgia on Organized Crime, Journal of Public Law. Vol. 20, No. 1, March 1971.

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Strategy for Labor, by Andre Gorz. Book review
May 1967.

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Toward A Democratic Left, by Michael Harrington, Book review
June 1968

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The Truth About The ILGWU. A Refutation of Herbert Hill's article "The ILGWU Today-The Decay of A Labor Union" (also included)
New politics. Vol II, No. 1, Fall 1962.

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Unions and Politics in The United States
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Sen. Robert F. Wagner and The Rise of Urban Liberalism, by Joseph Hutmacher, Book review
December 1968.

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We shall Be All: A History of The Industrial Workers Of The World, by Melvin Dubofsky Book Review
September 1969.

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What The Nixon Budget Means, The Enquirer.
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Who Shall Serve?-(The Problem of Military Manpower)
The Call. July 1967

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Why Has Socialism Failed To Take Root With The American Working Class?
G.T. comment in Failure of a Dream? Essays in the History of American Socialism, edited by John h. M. Laslett and Seymour Martin Lipset

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Why They Organise, by Felix Nigro
October 1971

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Women And The American Labor Movement: From Colonial Times to the Eve of World War I, by Philip S. Foner. Book review
December 1979.

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Women Tied To Low Pay In Occupational Ghettos
Democratic Left, September 1980,

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Your Union Reports - Radio Campaign for a Union Addresses prepared and delivered by G.T. for the ILGWU
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Articles, Miscellaneous
Incl. G.T. articles on redistricting "Reapportionment 1972 The Salami Slicing" and "Work Not A Four-Letter Word".

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Articles, Miscellaneous. Untitled, Undated.