Guide to the Records of Dartmouth College, Public Affairs, Great Issues Course, 1946 - 1967Manuscript DA-12

Box & Folder List

Series 25340, Cassette Recordings, 1947-1952

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Box: 1399, Dates: 1948-1952

Use Copy: Ruml - Shuster

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Ruml, Beardsley; Choice and Duty, October 10, 1949
  • Folder: 2, Rusk, Dean; The Position of the U.S. in Matter of Foreign Policy, March 26, 1951
  • Folder: 3, Rusk, Dean; Discussion: Problems in the Formulation of American Policy: Japan, March 18, 1952
  • Folder: 4, Rusk, Dean; Problems in the Formulation of American Policy: Japan, March 17, 1952
  • Folder: 5, Saltonstall, Leverett; The Role of the Opposition in Our Form of Government, December 17, 1951
  • Folder: 6, Saul, Leon; The Individual's Adjustment to Society, April 19, 1948
  • Folder: 7, Saul, Dr. Leon; Discussion, April 20, 1948
  • Folder: 8, Saul, Dr. Leon; The Individual Adjustment to Society, April 19, 1948
  • Folder: 9, Saul, Dr. Leon; Topic unknown, No date
  • Folder: 10, Schlesinger, Jr., Arthur M.; The Changing Function of the Modern State, November 19, 1951
  • Folder: 12, Shahn, Ben; Modern Civilization and Modern Art, April 21, 1952
  • Folder: 13, Shahn, Ben; Discussion: Modern Civilization and Modern Art, April 22, 1952
  • Folder: 14, Shuster, George N.; The Religious Community and the Reluctance to the Modern World, May 3, 1948
  • Folder: 15, Shuster, George N.; Discussion, May 3, 1948
  • Folder: 22, Schwartz, Daniel; The Responsibility of Labor in a Free Society, December 5, 1949

Box: 1400, Dates: 1947-1952

Use Copy: Simmons - Warburg

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Simmons, Prof. Ernest J.; The Changing Nature of Communism, January 8, 1951
  • Folder: 2, Simmons, Prof. Ernest J.; Discussion, December 19, 1952
  • Folder: 3, Simmons, Prof. Ernest J.; The Soviet Regime and Russian Culture, February 18, 1952
  • Folder: 4, Simmons, Prof. Ernest J.; Discussion: The Changing Nature of Communism, January 9, 1951
  • Folder: 5, Skilling, Prof. Economics of Eastern Europe, February 21, 1952
  • Folder: 6, Stassen, Harold J.; His Philosophy of Approaching Public Life (candidate for Republican presidential nomination, March 4, 1948
  • Folder: 7, Taft, Charles; Church and Society, May 13, 1948
  • Folder: 8, Taladano; Communists in the State Department, date unknown (c. 1950-1951?)
  • Folder: 9, Theriault, Prof. George; American Culture and the Press, October 11, 1951
  • Folder: 10, Thomas, Prof. Lewis; Problems and Potential of the Near East, March 6, 1952
  • Folder: 11, Truman, Harry S.; Side A: Radio broadcast of Truman addressing Congress; Side B; Radio broadcast of nomination acceptance, March 17, 1948
  • Folder: 12, Viner, Prof.; Discussion, December 16, 1947
  • Folder: 13, Viner, Prof.; International Economic Policies: the U.S. in the Soviet Union, December 15, 1947
  • Folder: 14, Voorhees, Anders; Discussion, November 7, 1950
  • Folder: 15, Voorhees, Anders; What Management Wants and Why, November 6, 1950
  • Folder: 16, Warburg, James P.; Discussion, March 4, 1952
  • Folder: 17, Warburg, James P.; A Critical Analysis of American Foreign Policy, March 3, 1952

Box: 1401, Dates: 1948-1952

Use Copy: Ward - End

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Wolfenden, J.H.; Discussion, November 22, 1949
  • Folder: 2, Wolfenden, J.H.; Control of Scientific Achievement, November 21, 1949
  • Folder: 3, Wilson, Prof. Arthur M.; Democracy in the Western World, November 22, 1948
  • Folder: 4, White, Llewellyn; The College Graduate as a World Citizen, February 22, 1949
  • Folder: 5, White, Llewellyn; Radio and Cultural Values, May 6, 1948
  • Folder: 6, Weeks, Edward; The Context of Our Times, October 1, 1951
  • Folder: 7, Weeks, Edward; The Context of Our Times and Discussion, October 1-2, 1951
  • Folder: 8, Ward, Barbara; Discussion: Southeast Asia, Mach 25, 1952

Box: 1402, Dates: 1947-1952

Master Copy: A - Barnes

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Barnes, Joseph; The Context of Our Times, October 3, 1949
  • Folder: 2, Barnes, J. and MacLeish, A.; Discussion Session, Intro by J.S. Dickey, October 7, 1948
  • Folder: 3, Barnes, Joseph; The Context of Our Times, October 5, 1948
  • Folder: 4, Barnard, Chester I.; International Control of Atomic Energy, December 8, 1947
  • Folder: 5, Barnard, Chester I.; Discussion, December 9, 1947
  • Folder: 6, Ballard, Prof. William; Science and Human Values, May 17, 1951
  • Folder: 6, Ballard, Professor William; Two Sides to Science, November 8, 1951
  • Folder: 7, Ballard, Prof.; Science and Our Future, October 18, 1948
  • Folder: 8, Ballard, Prof. William; Side A: Science in Our Times; Side B: Radical Methods in Science, Side A: November 20, 1947; Side B: October 19, 1948
  • Folder: 9, Babcock, James C.; The Relationship of the Liberal Arts College to Society, April 26, 1951
  • Folder: 10, Allen, Chauncey N.; Techniques of Modern Propaganda: Advertising as a Special Case, October 25, 1951
  • Folder: 11, Adams, John C.; Is Peace with Russia Possible?, February 14, 1952
  • Folder: 12, Adams, John C.; Is Tito Communism's Luther?, February 16, 1950
  • Folder: 13, Adams, Sherman; Discussion, November 6, 1951
  • Folder: 14, Acheson, Dean; Short lecture after Joseph Barnes lecture, October 3, 1949 (not listed on syllabus)
  • Folder: 15, Acheson, Dean; Discussion, February 17, 1948
  • Folder: 16, Acheson, Dean; Foreign Policy, February 16, 1948
  • Folder: 17, Barnes, Joseph; Discussion, October 4, 1949

Box: 1403, Dates: 1948-1952

Master Copy: Barnes - Bryson

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Barnes, Joseph; The Soviet Concept of Democracy, November 3, 1949
  • Folder: 2, Barnes, Joseph and Laing, Prof. Alexander; Introduction of Mumford by Lain, then Discussion by Barnes, November 4, 1949
  • Folder: 3, Barnes, Joseph; Discussion, April 16, 1951
  • Folder: 4, Barnes, Joseph; The Influence of Mass Media on Culture, April 16, 1951
  • Folder: 5, Barth, Alan; The Utility of Freedom, April 14, 1952
  • Folder: 6, Bender, Irving; The Psychology of Maturity, April 27, 1950
  • Folder: 7, Bennett, Hugh H.; Discussion, April 5, 1948
  • Folder: 8, Bennett, Hugh H.; The Responsibility for Conservation, April 5, 1948
  • Folder: 9, Berle, Jr., Adolf; Discussion: The International Outlook Today, February 12, 1952
  • Folder: 10, Berle, Jr., Adolf; The International Outlook Today, February 11, 1952
  • Folder: 11, Berthold, Prof. Fred; Faith and the Dilemma of the Educated Man, April 24, 1952
  • Folder: 12, Blandin, The Honorable Amos; The Place of the Judiciary in a Free Society, January 12, 1950
  • Folder: 13, Blough, Dr. Roy; Discussion, November 21, 1950
  • Folder: 14, Braden, Prof. Thomas; The Meaning of Liberalism, March 4, 1948
  • Folder: 15, Brinton, Crane; Democracy and Communism, November 26, 1951
  • Folder: 16, Brinton, Crane; Discussion, November 27, 1951
  • Folder: 17, Bryson, Lymon; Freedom of Speech, October 31, 1949

Box: 1404, Dates: 1948-1952

Master Copy: Bryson - Commanger

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Bryson, Lyman; Discussion, October 24, 1950
  • Folder: 2, Bryson, Lyman; Mass Media in a Free Society, October 23, 1950
  • Folder: 3, Bunche, Ralph; Discussion, April 21, 1950
  • Folder: 4, Bunche, Ralph; The United Nations, April 20, 1950
  • Folder: 5, Cantril, Hadley; Objectives for the Social Sciences, November 15, 1948
  • Folder: 6, Carr, Prof. Robert K.; Safeguarding American Civil Rights Today, February 23, 1948
  • Folder: 7, Carr, Prof. Robert K.; Side A: Civil Rights: Two Years After; Side B: Progress in Civil Rights, Side A: December 8, 1949; Side B: January 10, 1952
  • Folder: 8, Carter, Hodding; The Racial Dilemma, December 12, 1949
  • Folder: 9, Carter, Hodding; Civil Rights and Community Sentiment, December 11, 1950
  • Folder: 10, Carter, Hodding; Discussion, December 12, 1950
  • Folder: 11, Carter, William; Summary and Perspective, October 27, 1949
  • Folder: 12, Chan, Prof.; The Real Issues in China, February 23, 1950
  • Folder: 13, Chan, Prof.; China and the Real Issues in the Far East, March 20, 1952
  • Folder: 14, Clark, John McLain; Side A: The Use of the Newspapers; Side B: The American Newspaper, Side A: September 29, 1949; Side B: October 5, 1950
  • Folder: 15, Commager, Henry; Side A: The Necessity for Freedom; Side B: Discussion, Side A: January 16, 1950; Side B: January 17, 1950
  • Folder: 16, Commager, H. S.; Free Enterprise in Ideas, January 21, 1951
  • Folder: 17, Commager, H. S.; Side A: Discussion; Side B: Discussion, Side A: January 22, 1951; Side B: January 22, 1952

Box: 1405, Dates: 1947-1952

Master Copy: Conant - Dickey

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Conant, James Bryant; Understanding Science, November 17, 1947
  • Folder: 2, Condon, Edward U.; Discussion, December 2, 1947
  • Folder: 3, Condon, Edward U.; Beneficial Use and Control of Atomic Energy, December 1, 1947
  • Folder: 4, Condon, Edward U.; Beneficial Use and Control of Atomic Energy, December 1, 1947 (second copy)
  • Folder: 5, Counts, George; Discussion, February 14, 1950
  • Folder: 6, Crowther, Geoffrey; The Meaning of the British Election, November 11, 1951
  • Folder: 7, Crowther, Geoffrey; Discussion, November 12, 1951
  • Folder: 8, Cusick, Prof.; Economics and Trends, March 11, 1949
  • Folder: 9, Cusick, Prof.; Economic Freedom in Our Decade, December 6, 1951
  • Folder: 10, Dankert, Prof. Clyde E.; American Unionism, March 17, 1949
  • Folder: 11, Dankert, Clyde E.; Why Has Labor Grown Powerful, November 29, 1951
  • Folder: 12, Dankert, Clyde E.; Labor, February 26, 1948
  • Folder: 13, Davis, Saville; News and the Radio, October 18, 1951
  • Folder: 14, Dean, Vera; Side A and part of Side B: Objectives of Soviet Foreign Policies; End of Side B: Conflict Trends in Western Europe, Side A and Side B: February 20, 1950; Side B: February 26, 1951
  • Folder: 15, Dean, Vera; Conflict Trends in Western Europe, February 26, 1952
  • Folder: 16, Dickey, John Sloan and Jensen, Arthur; Great Issues Introduction, October 6, 1947
  • Folder: 17, Dickey, John Sloan; Introduction of Chester Barnard, December 4, 1947
  • Folder: 18, Dickey, John Sloan; Foreign Policy Today, January 26, 1948

Box: 1406, Dates: 1948-1952

Master Copy: Dickey - Frost

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Dickey, John Sloan; Side A: Discussion; Side B: The Purpose of the Liberal Arts College, Side A: September 27, 1949; Side B: September 26, 1949
  • Folder: 2, Dickey, John Sloan; Side A: The Purpose of the Liberal Arts College; Side B: Discussion, Side A: September 26, 1949; Side B: January 27, 1948
  • Folder: 3, Dickey, John Sloan; Side A: The United Nations; Side B: Open Forum: Academic Freedom, Side A: March 7, 1950; Side B: December 15, 1949
  • Folder: 4, Dickey, John Sloan; Open Forum: Academic Freedom continued, December 15, 1949
  • Folder: 5, Dickey, John Sloan; Discussion, October 9, 1951
  • Folder: 6, Dickey, John Sloan; Liberal Arts Education, No date
  • Folder: 7, Dickey, John Sloan; Unknown topic, No date
  • Folder: 8, Dickey, John Sloan; Side A: The Outlook; Side S: Discussion: Academic Freedom, Side A: May 15, 1952; Side B: January 18, 1952
  • Folder: 9, Feller, Adam; The United Nations in a Period of Crisis, March 5, 1951
  • Folder: 10, Finch, Prof. John; The Impact of American Civilization on the Growth of Europe, May 1, 1952
  • Folder: 11, Finletter, Thomas; World Government, January 19, 1948
  • Folder: 12, Finletter, Thomas; Side A: World Government; Side B: Discussion, January 19, 1948
  • Folder: 13, Finletter, Thomas; Side A: Approaches to World Federation; Side B: Discussion, Side A: March 13, 1950; Side B: March 14, 1950
  • Folder: 14, Foley, Allen R.; Course Procedures, October 4, 1951
  • Folder: 15, Foster, Cedric; The Radio Commentator and the News, October 12, 1950
  • Folder: 16, Frey, Prof. Albert; Is the Consumer the Forgotten Man?, November 16, 1950
  • Folder: 17, Frost, Robert and Kennan, George; Side A: Some Obstinacy; Side B: Lecture, Side A: April 11, 1949; Side B: No date
  • Folder: 18, Frost, Robert; Discussion, April 12, 1949

Box: 1407, Dates: 1947-1952

Master Copy: Frost - Granger

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Frost, Robert; How Hard It Is Not to Be a King When It Is in You and in the Situation, April 19, 1950
  • Folder: 2, Frost, Robert; Lecture, April 12, 1950 (does not match syllabus)
  • Folder: 3, Frost, Robert; The Most Dangerous Phrases in America, May 12, 1952
  • Folder: 4, Frost, Robert; Part I of Lecture, 1947
  • Folder: 5, Frost, Robert; Part II of Lecture, 1947
  • Folder: 6, Frost, Robert; Lecture, October 23, 1947 (does not match syllabus)
  • Folder: 7, Frost, Robert; Philosophy vs. Wisdom, May 7, 1951
  • Folder: 8, Frost, Robert; Discussion, May 8, 1951
  • Folder: 9, Frost, Robert; Discussion, May 13, 1952
  • Folder: 10, Fulbright, J. William; Discussion, January 15, 1952
  • Folder: 11, Gazley, Prof. John; Developments in the UN, February 28, 1952
  • Folder: 12, Gazley, Prof. John; Developments in the UN, March 1, 1951
  • Folder: 13, Gazley, Prof. John; The History of Law and Government, March 10, 1949
  • Folder: 14, Gazley, Prof. John; The Movement Toward International Organization, January 8, 1948
  • Folder: 15, Gramlich, Francis W.; Political Ideals and Man's Nature, October 20, 1949
  • Folder: 16, Granger, Lester; The Factor of Race in Quest for Freedom, December 4, 1950
  • Folder: 17, Granger, Lester; Side A: Discussion; Side B: The Factor of Race in Quest for Freedom, Side A: December 5, 1950; Side B: December 4, 1950

Box: 1408, Dates: 1947-1952

Master Copy: Greenwalt - Lynd

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Greene, Prof. Theodore M.; The Arts and Human Values, April 26, 1948
  • Folder: 2, Greene, Prof. Theodore M.; Discussion, April 27, 1948
  • Folder: 3, Greenewalt, Crawford; Individual Incentive and National Development, December 3, 1951
  • Folder: 4, Greenewalt, Crawford; Discussion, December 4, 1951
  • Folder: 5, Herter, Congressman Christian A.; Western Europe's Needs and Loyalties Today, October 27, 1947
  • Folder: 6, Herter, Congressman Christian A.; Western Europe's Needs and Loyalties Today and Discussion, October 27, 1947
  • Folder: 7, Heschel, Abraham; What Is Wrong with Western Civilization?, April 28, 1952
  • Folder: 8, Hocking, Prof.; The Place of Religion in Our Scheme of Values, May 5, 1949
  • Folder: 9, Hoover, H. and Marting, Joe; Convention Address, No date
  • Folder: 10, Jensen, Prof. Arthur E.; Side A: Religion in the Modern World; Side B: Preview of Next Semester, Side A: April 29, 1948; Side B: January 19, 1950
  • Folder: 11, Jensen, Prof. Arthur E.; Summary and Perspective, October 6, 1949
  • Folder: 12, Jordan, W. K.; Side A: The Meaning of Tolerance; Side B: Discussion, Side A: March 8, 1948; Side B: March 49, 1948
  • Folder: 13, Lathrop, Prof. Churchill P.; Roots of Modern Art, April 17, 1952
  • Folder: 14, Lattimore, Owen; The Far East: New Source of Conflict, February 27, 1950
  • Folder: 15, Lattimore, Owen; Discussion, February 28, 1950
  • Folder: 16, Lattimore, Owen; Discussion, February 28, 1950 (second copy)
  • Folder: 17, Lynd, Prof. Robert; Part I of Discussion, April 11, 1950

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