Dean Rusk Personal Papers, Series V: Speeches/PublicationsDean Rusk Personal Papers, Series V: Speeches/Publications

Dean Rusk Personal Papers, Series V: Speeches/Publications

Descriptive Summary

Title: Dean Rusk Personal Papers, Series V: Speeches/Publications
Creator: Rusk, Dean, 1909-1994
Dates: 1951-1995
Extent: 16.0 boxes (7.5 linear feet)
Collection Number: RBRL/055/DR
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: Dean Rusk Personal Papers, Series V: Speeches/Publications includes addresses, articles, book reviews, interviews, speeches and speech notes either written or presented by Dean Rusk during his tenure as president of the Rockefeller Foundation, as Secretary of State, and as a faculty member at the University of Georgia School of Law. Of interest to researchers are his speech note files, which include comments from the 1950s on U.S. actions in the Far East and Southeast Asia, the Japanese Peace Treaty, Korea, concepts of Cold War strategy, parliamentary democracy, and U.S. policy toward Europe's non-NATO commitments. In 1981-1982 the British Broadcasting Corporation did a series on the "Twentieth Century Remembered" for which Dean Rusk was interviewed. Other interviews include Rusk's reflections on issues of foreign policy and the future of international relations. The working files of Richard Rusk for As I Saw It, the autobiography/biography he wrote for his father, Dean Rusk, include research materials, drafts, and reviews. There are also files of various articles on foreign relations, policy and international law.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Dean Rusk was born on February 9, 1909 in Cherokee County, Georgia. He attended Lee Street Elementary and Boys' High School in Atlanta, Georgia. Rusk obtained an A.B. degree from Davidson College, North Carolina in 1931, and a B.S. (Rhodes Scholar) and M.A. in 1933 and 1934 from St. John's, Oxford, England. He returned to the United States to become Associate Professor of Government and Dean of Faculty at Mills College, Oakland, California, from 1934 to 1940 and studied law at the University of California, Berkeley, class of 1940.

Rusk served in the United States Army from 1940 to 1946 in the China-Burma-India theater. At first he served with the Third Infantry Division, then later with the Military Intelligence Service. Rusk was released from duty with the rank of colonel.

After his military career ended, Rusk joined the Department of State from 1947 to 1952, as Assistant Secretary of State for United Nations Affairs and for Far Eastern Affairs. From 1952 to 1960 he was president of the Rockefeller Foundation. In 1961, President John F. Kennedy appointed Rusk to the office of Secretary of State. He remained in this position until 1969, through the administrations of Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson.

Rusk was in office during the ill-fated Bay of Pigs invasion, when East Germany began constructing the Berlin Wall, and as the world teetered on the brink of nuclear war during the Cuban Missile Crisis. He was also Secretary of State during the height of the Vietnam Conflict.

In 1970, Rusk came to the University of Georgia's School of Law as the Samuel H. Sibley Professor of International Law, and he later established the Dean Rusk Center for International and Comparative Law. Rusk served the University of Georgia until his death on December 20, 1994.

Rusk married Virginia Foisle in June, 1937. They had three children together, David Patrick, Richard Geary and Margaret Elizabeth. In 1990, As I Saw It , the book he co-authored with his son, Richard, was published.

Scope and Content

Dean Rusk Personal Papers, Series V: Speeches/Publications includes addresses, articles, book reviews, interviews, speeches and speech notes either written or presented by Dean Rusk during his tenure as president of the Rockefeller Foundation, as Secretary of State, and as a faculty member at the University of Georgia School of Law. Of interest to researchers are his speech note files, which include comments from the 1950s on U.S. actions in the Far East and Southeast Asia, the Japanese Peace Treaty, Korea, concepts of Cold War strategy, parliamentary democracy, and U.S. policy toward Europe's non-NATO commitments. In 1981-1982 the British Broadcasting Corporation did a series on the "Twentieth Century Remembered" for which Dean Rusk was interviewed. Other interviews include Rusk's reflections on issues of foreign policy and the future of international relations. The working files of Richard Rusk for As I Saw It, the autobiography/biography he wrote for his father, Dean Rusk, include research materials, drafts, and reviews. There are also files of various articles on foreign relations, policy and international law.

Organization and Arrangement

This series is organized into four subseries: A. Dean Rusk Articles and Speeches; B. Articles, Interviews, Speeches on Dean Rusk; C. Richard Rusk Files; and D. General Articles.


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Preferred Citation

Dean Rusk Personal Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

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Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

V. Speeches/Publications

Extent: 16.0 boxes
Extent: (7.25 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Several theses and dissertations were included in this series and can be found on the Rusk bibliography. Topics of these works cover the Secretary of State, UN voting on Chinese representation, Tet 1968, and Dean Rusk, East Asia and the Kennedy Years.



A. Dean Rusk Articles and Speeches

Extent: 7.0 boxes
Extent: (3.25 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: This subseries contains addresses, articles, book reviews, interviews, speeches and speech notes either written or presented by Dean Rusk during his tenure as president of the Rockefeller Foundation, as Secretary of State, and as a faculty member at the University of Georgia School of Law. The arrangement is roughly alphabetical.
The transcripts found in this subseries contain an assortment of information. The usual commencement speeches and college addresses can be found, along with speeches made to various business and civic groups. Of more interest to researchers, perhaps, are his speech note files, which include comments from the 1950's on U.S. actions in the Far East and Southeast Asia, the Japanese Peace Treaty, Korea, concepts of Cold War strategy, parliamentary democracy, and U.S. policy toward Europe's non-NATO commitments. Depositions made by Rusk during the trial of William C. Westmoreland vs. CBS Inc., etal., in 1984 may also prove engaging. Rusk was a prolific writer, and many of the articles and book reviews he penned on international issues and foreign policy are included in these files.
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V.1 1ABA Colloquium, May 1982
V.1 2Acceptance Speech by Dean Rusk for Sylvanus Thayer Award, undated
V.1 3Address by Dean Rusk, “Some Unfinished Business for International Law,” The American Society of International Law, (April, 1975)
V.1 4American Bar Association Meeting, Athens, GA, May 7-8, 1982
V.1 5“The American Revolution and the Future,” Ford’s Theater, Washington, D.C., 1974
V.1 6American Society of Newspaper Editors -- Speech, Apr-74
V.1 7Articles -- Accepted, (1972-1982)
V.1 8Articles, Interviews, etc. (1 of 3 files), [1960-1988]
V.1 9Articles, Interviews, etc. (2 of 3 files), [1971-1987]
V.1 10Articles, Interviews, etc. (3 of 3 files), [1975-1986]
V.1 11Articles -- Request for, [1980-1983]
V.1 12Atlanta Constitution -- question from young man, undated
V.1 13Beatrice Foods Lecture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, -- unedited copy, 1981
V.1 14Book Review on Henkin, “Foreign Affairs and the Constitution” in Columbia Journal of Transnational Law Vol. 12, 1974
V.1 15Book Review on John Norton Moore, “Law and the Indo-China War”, 1972
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V.2 1Book Review on W. Michael Reisman, “Nullity and Revision...” in Vanderbilt Journal of International Law Vol. 5, (Spring 1972)
V.2 2Book Review on Edward Weisband and Thomas M. Franck, “Resignation in Protest” in The American Journal of International Law, 1977
V.2 3Commencement Speech, University of Western Florida, 1980
V.2 4Comments on Books (published), [1974-75]
V.2 5Davidson College Dinner - Atlanta, GA, (Fall 1983)
V.2 6Draft Text for Oral Presentation -- Footnotes Omitted [Declaration on Friendly Relations], (June 1966)
V.2 7Eulogy for General Bonesteel, Oct. 1977
V.2 8J.W. Fanning Lecture, 5-Apr-83
V.2 9Fletcher School of law and Diplomacy, April 5-6, 1984
V.2 10Foreword “A Reflection on the Coming Decades,” Georgia Journal International and Comparative Literature, 1980
V.2 11“The Future of International Politics,” Furman Studies Issue of the Furmen University Bulletin Vol. 22, (December 1974)
V.2 12Benjamin Franklin (essay), 1975
V.2 13Free Press -- Looking Toward, 1983
V.2 14Georgia Association of Historians, Mar-79
V.2 15Hampden-Sydney College Lecture, Fall 1983
V.2 16Honorary Sponsor/Board/Committees, undated
V.2 17Howard University, 1979
V.2 18Howard University -- “China”, 1/26/1979
V.2 19International Portfolio -- interview with G. Bertsch, 1984
V.2 20International Studies Notes/Special Education: The Secretaries of State, Vol. 2, No. 1, Fall 1984
V.2 21Introduction for Global Policy Studies, 1982
V.2 22Instructional Television Center Interview, Dallas, Texas, 1979
V.2 23LBJ Roundtable Discussion -- LBJ Library, Austen, April, 1984
V.2 24Kenan Convocation -- University of North Carolina, 3-Jun-80
V.2 25Leadership in a Dynamic Society, Atlanta University, 1977-78
V.2 26LTV Corporation Speech, 1980
V.2 27“Meet the Press” -- George Ball and Dean Rusk, Guests, Apr-78
V.2 28“Meet the Press” -- Guests Dean Rusk and George W. Ball, 30-Apr-78
V.2 29Media, (1982-1991)
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V.3 1Nash Memorial Lecture, Naval War College, (April 12, 1975)
V.3 2Nixon Book Review --Atlanta Constitution, (March 4, 1984)
V.3 3Palestine -- Thames Television (First transmitted on the ITV Network on 27 June 4 and 11 July 1978), 27 June 4 and 11 July 1978
V.3 4Peacekeeping Conference -- Athens, GA, Mar-83
V.3 5Possible Book, undated
V.3 6Presentation by Dean Rusk at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Regional Education Board, Atlanta, GA, (June 16, 1976)
V.3 7“The Prospect for Peace in a Strange, New World,” University of Pittsburgh, 1973
V.3 8“Prospects for the Stockholm Conference,” International Law Papers, Pontchartrain Press, 1973
V.3 9Re. Rusk Statement Before Subcommittee on Law of the Sea, -1973
V.3 10Remarks by Dean Rusk, Davidson College, (January 15, 1977)
V.3 11Requests for Articles/Book Reviews, etc. (1 of 4 files), 1972-1979
V.3 12Requests for Articles/Book Reviews, etc. (2 of 4 files), 1972-1979
V.3 13Requests for Articles/Book Reviews, etc. (3 of 4 files), 1972-1979
V.3 14Requests for Articles/Book Reviews, etc. (4 of 4 files), 1972-1979
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V.4 1Rusk--Anecdotes on Various International Situations, undated
V.4 2Rusk Book Letters, undated
V.4 3Rusk Book/W.W. Norton, etc., undated
V.4 4Rusk Center Newsletter Article, Oct-83
V.4 5Rusk -- Press Conference, Fall 1970
V.4 6Rusk Recipes Solicited for Atlas International Cookbook and the Celebrity Cookbook, undated
V.4 7Dean Rusk Address to the Agricultural Economics Association of Georgia, Fanning Lecture, (November 1982)
V.4 8Dean Rusk, Book Review for AJIL [American Journal of International Law], Kennedy and the Berlin Wall Crisis, 1983
V.4 9Dean Rusk, “The Classics in a Nuclear World,” The Classical Outlook, (Oct.-Nov. 1981)
V.4 10Dean Rusk, “A Comment on Filartiga v. Pena-Irala,” Georgia Journal..., -1981
V.4 11Dean Rusk, “Diplomacy and National Power,” National War College, (11 September 1972)
V.4 12Dean Rusk, The Georgia Federation of Democratic Women--Informal Remarks, Dec. 8, 1979
V.4 13Dean Rusk, “In Praise of Consensus: Reflections Upon the American Constitution,” The Ferdinand Phinizy Lecture, Nov. 1983
V.4 14Dean Rusk, “International Law”, undated
V.4 15Dean Rusk Interviews and Articles, undated
V.4 16Dean Rusk, “Necessity Impels the South to Think International,” in Southern Living, “Future of the South” Issue, (January 1976)
V.4 17Dean Rusk, “Parliamentary Diplomacy--Debate vs. Negotiation,” in World Affairs Interpreter, (Summer 1955), c.1
V.4 18Dean Rusk, “Parliamentary Diplomacy--Debate vs. Negotiation,” in World Affairs Interpreter, (Summer 1955), c.2
V.4 19Dean Rusk, “A Personal Reflection on International Covenants on Human Rights,” Hofstra Law Review, (Winter 1980)
V.4 20Dean Rusk, “Perspectives on European Unification,” Law and Contemporary Problems -- Duke University School of Law, (Spring 1972)
V.4 21Dean Rusk, “Perspectives on European Unification”, (Spring 1972)
V.4 22Dean Rusk, “The 25th UN and the Use of Force”, undated
V.4 23Dean Rusk, “Reflections on War and Peace, Collective Security and the Snapping Hounds of Hell,” Law Review, 1975
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V.5 1Dean Rusk and Milner S. Ball, “Sea Changes and the American Republic,” Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law, 1979
V.5 2Dean Rusk Speech Notes/Other Addresses, [1954-1961]
V.5 3Dean Rusk--Statements and Speeches (1 of 2 files), [1974-1980]
V.5 4Dean Rusk--Statements and Speeches (2 of 2 files), [1965-1977]
V.5 5Dean Rusk--Statements and Speeches, [1971-1981]
V.5 6Dean Rusk, “Quiet Diplomacy and Our Democratic Process,” Fletcher School of Diplomacy, (April 1984)
V.5 7Dean Rusk, “Where Next in the Western Hemisphere?”, undated
V.5 8Russell Symposium, May-94
V.5 9“The Secretary of State,” Dean Rusk in The American Oxonian, (Spring 1983)
V.5 10SOKOL Colloquim, Mar-82
V.5 11Speeches--Elihu Root Lectures [Council on Foreign Relations] (1 of 2 files), 1959-1960
V.5 12Speeches--Elihu Root Lectures [Council on Foreign Relations] (2 of 2 files), 1959-1960
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V.6 1Speech Notes, undated
V.6 2Speech Notes - II, undated
V.6 3Speech Notes, undated
V.6 4Speech Notes, undated
V.6 5ASpeech Notes #1 -- Analysis of Foreign Policy, 1951-1955
V.6 5BSpeech Notes #2 -- Far East Foreign Policy, (1951-1955)
V.6 6Speech Notes #3 -- Miscellaneous Foreign Policy, (1952-1960)
V.6 7Speech Notes #4 -- United Nations, (1952-1955)
V.6 8Speech [United Nations], undated
V.6 9Speech Re. George Marshall, Washington, D.C., (April 20, 1976)
V.6 10State Department Presentation, 16-Jan-69
V.6 11“The Super Powers-Détente and Confrontation,” Kiwanis International Convention, Anaheim, Jun-80
V.6 12“Tensions in International Trade and Foreign Policy,” Public law Forum, St. Louis Law School, 1981
V.6 13Time Magazine Piece -- (U.S.- Soviet Relations), Jan-84
V.6 14Truman Article -- Missouri Newspaper, 1984
V.6 15Tufts University Oral History Project, 1989
V.6 16“The 25th U.N. General Assembly and the Use of Force,” Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law, Apr-71
V.6 17Unconfirmed Dates and Pending Materials, (1980-1995)
V.6 18UNESCO National Commission Meeting -- Athens, GA, undated
V.6 19University of West Florida -- Commencement, 14-Jun-80
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V.7 1USIA [U.S. Information Agency] Interview Re. Berlin, May-94
V.7 2Washington Post, Op-Ed., Oct. 1, 1981
V.7 3William C. Westmoreland, Plaintiff vs. CBS Inc., etal., Deposition of Dean Rusk, 19-Apr-84
V.7 4William C. Westmoreland, Plaintiff vs. CBS Inc., etal., Defendants, Dean Rusk, (1 of 2 files), 18-Apr-84
V.7 5William C. Westmoreland, Plaintiff vs. CBS Inc., etal., Defendants, Dean Rusk, (2 of 2 files), 18-Apr-84
V.7 6World Citizen Award - Charlotte World Affairs Council, 1994
V.7 7“Your Man at the U.N.” - Book Review, American Journal of International Law, (Spring 1982)



B. Articles, Interviews, Speeches on Dean Rusk

Extent: 4.0 boxes
Extent: (1.75 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: These files consist of magazine articles, newspaper clippings, oral history interviews, and speeches made on or with Dean Rusk. The arrangement is alphabetical.
In 1981-1982 the British Broadcasting Corporation did a series on the "Twentieth Century Remembered" for which Dean Rusk was interviewed. Transcripts of this program and interview may prove interesting to the researcher. Other interviews include Rusk's reflections on issues of foreign policy and the future of international relations. Many of the clippings include comments by Rusk on various events ranging from the 1960's to the 1990's. Articles and clippings are also included that pertain more to Rusk's personal biography.
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V.8 1BBC Interview, June 1981
V.8 2BBC - “Twentieth Century Remembered”, 1982
V.8 3BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) - Vietnam [possible book file] (1 of 2 files), undated
V.8 4BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) - Vietnam [possible book file] (1 of 2 files), undated
V.8 5Buckhead Atlanta interview, 9/21/1979
V.8 6Clippings, [1960-1980]
V.8 7Clippings [On the death of Dean Rusk, Dec. 1995-Jan. 1996]
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V.9 1Warren I. Cohen, Dean Rusk in “The American Secretaries of State and Their Diplomacy”, undated
V.9 2“Conversations with Dean Rusk”, undated
V.9 3Delta Magazine Article Profile of Dean Rusk, by Jasper Dorsey, 1983
V.9 4“Faces: Dean Rusk, A Man of World Vision” Agricultural Economists, 1982
V.9 5“The Fifth Annual Report of the Secretaries of State,” The Southern Center for International Studies, 1987
V.9 6Interviews and Articles About Dean Rusk (1 of 4 files), undated
V.9 7Interviews and Articles About Dean Rusk (2 of 4 files), undated
V.9 8Interviews and Articles About Dean Rusk (3 of 4 files), undated
V.9 9Interviews and Articles About Dean Rusk (4 of 4 files), undated
V.9 10Interviews, etc., (1980-1993)
V.9 11Interview of Dean Rusk by John English, “Dean Rusk’s Views of the Washington Press Corps”, (December 1973)
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V.10 1Interview with Dean Rusk, Interviewers: William Gibbons, Patricia McAdams, 11/17/1978
V.10 2Iranian-American Relations Oral History Project,” The Reminiscences of Dean Rusk,” Columbia University, 1978
V.10 3Robert J. McCloskey, “Dean Rusk: Reflections on Alliances” Mediterranean Quarterly, Fall 1989
V.10 4Edwin Newman -- Interviews (on video), (1 of 2 files), May-85
V.10 5Edwin Newman -- Interviews (on video), (2 of 2 files), May-85
V.10 6“Edwin Newman Interviews Dean Rusk,” Georgia Advocate 21, (Fall 1985)
V.10 7Newspaper Stories, Apr-85
V.10 8Oral History Interview, Dean Rusk Interviewed by Paige E. Mulhollan, Sep-69
V.10 9Andrew P. Power, “Dean Rusk on U.S. Foreign Policy,” Macrocosm, (Spring 1981)
V.10 10Remarks by Thomas L. Hughes, President Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Dean Rusk’s 80th Birthday Dinner, Atlanta, GA, 23-May-89
V.10 11Dean Rusk -- Articles, About (1962-1990)
V.10 12Dean Rusk--Articles (1 of 2 files), About (1970-1985)
V.10 13Dean Rusk--Articles (2 of 2 files), About (1963-1974)
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V.11 1Rusk -- Articles About Dean Rusk, undated
V.11 2“Rusk at Commencement ‘86” Georgia Advocate 22, (Fall 1986)
V.11 3“Dean Rusk on Keeping the Nuclear Beast in its Cage,” Westminister Forum, Minneapolis, Minn., (September 1982)
V.11 4“Dean Rusk is Optimistic About the Future,” Atlanta Constitution/Journal, 8-Aug-85
V.11 5Speakeasy, Inc. -- interview with Dean Rusk by Sandy Linver, Oct-82
V.11 6Television Interviews -- beginning approximately Jan. (1 of 2 files), 1983-1989
V.11 7Television Interviews -- (2 of 2 files), beginning approximately Jan. 1983-1984
V.11 8The Times, Gainesville, GA, Interview, 11/17/1985
V.11 9-10"United Nations Voting on Chinese Representation: An Analysis of General Assembly Roll-calls, 1950-1971" [dissertation that incorporated interviews with Rusk], 1977
V.11 11“The View From Home...” Dean Rusk Interview by David Nordan, Atlanta Magazine, (October 1982)
V.11 12“Witnessing History,” Georgia Advocate 29, (Fall 1994)



C. Richard Rusk Files

Extent: 3.0 boxes
Extent: (1.25 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: This subseries contains the working files of Richard Rusk for As I Saw It, the autobiography/biography he wrote for his father, Dean Rusk. Copies of research materials from collections at the Princeton University Library, various drafts of chapters from As I Saw It, and reviews on the book are included in the files.
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V.12 1Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, Hamilton Fish Armstrong Papers - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 2Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, Bernard M. Baruch Papers - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 3Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, Allen Dulles Papers - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 4Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, John Foster Dulles Papers - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 5Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, Louis Fischer Papers - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 6Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, James V. Forrestal Diaries - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 7Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, Raymond B. Fosdick Papers - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 8Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, Arthur Krock Papers - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 9Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, David Lawrence Papers - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 10Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, David E. Lilienthal Papers - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 11Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, Livingston T. Merchant Papers - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 12Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, David A. Morse Papers - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 13Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, Princeton University Archives, undated
V.12 14Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, Karl Lott Rankin Papers - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 15Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, H. Alexander Smith Papers - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 16Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, Adlai E. Stevenson Papers - Princeton University Library (1 of 2 files), undated
V.12 17Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, Adlai E. Stevenson Papers - Princeton University Library (2 of 2 files), undated
V.12 18Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, Jacob Viner Papers - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 19Rusk/Schoenbaum Files, Whiting Willauer Papers - Princeton University Library, undated
V.12 20Schoenbaum Book - “Waging Peace and War: Dean Rusk in the Truman, Kennedy and Johnson Years”, 1988
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V.13 1Letter to Tom Schoenbaum from Rich Rusk re. research notes, undated
V.13 2Rich Rusk, “A Voyage of Discovery,” Dean Rusk Biography, [1986]
V.13 3Rich Rusk, “Alaska (cont.),” Dean Rusk Biography, Alaska 2, [1986]
V.13 4Richard Rusk, As I Saw It, Draft, RR-FIN-2, Georgia 3, undated
V.13 5Rich Rusk, “Chapter on Cherokee County,” Dean Rusk Biography, [1987]
V.13 6Rich Rusk, “Chapter on Georgia Years” Dean Rusk Biography, [April 1987]
V.13 7Rich Rusk, “Chapter on Georgia Years,” Dean Rusk Biography, Georgia 5, [April 1987]
V.13 8Rich Rusk, “Chapter on Georgia Years,” Dean Rusk Biography, Georgia 5, [April 1987]
V.13 9Rich Rusk, “Cornell 2 (cont.)” Dean Rusk Biography, undated
V.13 10Rich Rusk, “Cornell 3 (cont.)” Dean Rusk Biography, undated
V.13 11Rich Rusk Correspondence re. As I Saw It Biography, [1986-1987]
V.13 12Rich Rusk, “Dean Rusk Biography-Chapter on Alaska” Alaska 1, [1986]
V.13 13Rich Rusk, “Final Thoughts - Georgia Years, Rich’s Story, Alaska(cont.)” Georgia 2, RR-Final, [1987]
V.13 14Rich Rusk, “Final Thoughts - Georgia Years, Rich’s Story, Alaska (cont.)” Georgia 2, RR-Final, [April 1987]
V.13 15Rich Rusk, “Pop and Dave - Reaction to Rich’s Story,” Dean Rusk Biography, undated
V.13 16Rich Rusk, “Voyage 2,” Dean Rusk Biography, undated
V.13 17Rusk Book Reviews, undated
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V.14 1Oral History Interview with John F. Melby, Ontario, Canada Nov., Harry S. Truman Library, 1986



D. General Articles

Extent: 2.0 boxes
Extent: (1 linear foot)
Scope and Contents note: These files are a mixture of various articles on foreign relations, policy and international law. Memos from a Paramilitary Study Group combined into the Taylor Report make up four of the files. A chronology of "Tet to Resignation, 1968," can also be found.
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V.15 1Articles Received (1 of 2 files), [1972]
V.15 2Articles Received (2 of 2 files), [1970-1972]
V.15 3Declaration on Friendly Relations, [1970]
V.15 4Declaration on Principles of International Law, undated
V.15 5“How Foreign Policy is Made,” U.S. Dept. of State, undated
V.15 6Memos., Paramilitary Study Group, Taylor Report, Part II (1 of 4 files), undated
V.15 7Memos., Paramilitary Study Group, Taylor Report, Part II (2 of 4 files), undated
V.15 8Memos., Paramilitary Study Group, Taylor Report, Part II (3 of 4 files), undated
V.15 9Memos., Paramilitary Study Group, Taylor Report, Part II (4 of 4 files), undated
V.15 10Recommendations for Strengthening Science and Technology in Selected Areas of Africa South of the Sahara, By International Cooperation Administration, 1-Jul-59
V.15 11Science and Technology in the Department of State, Jun-75
V.15 12Sorokin, Pitirim A. Mutual Convergence of the United States and the U.S.S.R. to the Mixed Sociocultural Type, 1961
V.15 13Study of U.S. Foreign Policy, “Summary of Views of Retired Foreign Service Officers”, (June 15, 1959)
V.15 14“Use of Force in Bloc Situations,” Ross R. Oglesby, undated
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V.16 1Volumes I and II: Parts 1-5, Tet to Resignation Chronology, 1968