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Tanya M. Melich Papers

1956-2009

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Abstract

The Tanya M. Melich Papers contain materials relating to the political landscape of the United states throughout the latter half of the twentieth century, as well as various social movements with a particular emphasis on Women's rights.

Summary

Creator:
Melich, Tanya
Date Coverage:
1956-2009
Quantity:
31.4 cubic ft.

Tanya Melich was born in Moab, Utah on April 23, 1936. Her father, Mitchell Melich, was an active member of the Republican party and served in the Utah State Senate from 1942 to 1950. He ran for Congress in 1948, was the Republican nominee for Utah governor in 1964, served on the Republican National Committee for Utah from 1966 to 1968, and acted as solicitor for the United States Department of Interior from 1969 to 1973.

Tanya Melich attended the University of Colorado and received a B.S. in Political Science in 1958, graduating cum laude with departmental and general honors. She was also elected to Phi Betta Kappa. She then attended Columbia University, receiving a master's degree in Public Law and Government in 1961.

Melich worked as a newspaper reporter for The Salt Lake Tribune in the late 1950s. In 1956 she was a Ford Foundation Political Intern for the Republican gubernatorial candidate in Colorado. Her first campaign experience in New York occurred in 1959 when she helped Samuel Pierce's campaign for general sessions judge. She continued to work on state and national campaigns in various positions: 1961 Louis J. Lefkowitz for mayor, New York City; research director 1964 Mitchell Melich for governor, Utah; state campaign deputy director 1965 John V. Lindsay for mayor, New York City; director of research 1966 William J. Casey for Congress, New York; director of research 1966 Nelson A. Rockefeller for governor, New York; associate to the scheduling director 1968 Nelson A. Rockefeller for U.S. President; deputy director of national delegate unit 1969 John V. Lindsay for mayor, New York City; research consultant for Fioravanto Perrotta 1970 Charles Goodell Election Committee, New York; state chair of research 1972 Richard M. Nixon, New York City campaign for the Committee to Re-Elect the President; deputy campaign director 1977 Arch Gillies for City Council, New York City; campaign manager 1978 Perry Duryea for governor, New York; member, advisory committee 1978 Michael Roth for attorney general, New York; member, advisory committee 1982 Whitney North Seymour, Jr. for United States Senate, New York; state campaign manager 1989 Rudolf Giuliani for mayor, New York City; advisory committee.

In the early 1960s, Melich worked on the staff of the Foreign Policy Association, where she prepared information and analyses relating to special projects in Latin America. The Foreign Policy Association was, and remains, a national and nonprofit organization founded to educate Americans about international issues. Melich later worked for ABC-TV News in its election unit and was director of ABC-News National Election Research for the 1964 presidential election. Her work focused on conducting research for television and radio coverage of political events, particularly presidential politics. From 1975 to 1981 Melich worked in various positions for the Corporate Affairs division of CBS, Inc. At CBS she studied the impact of public policy issues on CBS. She also prepared and supervised the writing of opinion papers and reports during this time. In 1983, Melich went on to operate her own consulting business, Political Issues Management.

Melich has been heavily involved with several organizations relating to both political and social concerns over the last several decades. In the mid 1960s she became involved in the Ripon Society, a group concerned with the growing power of right-wing politicians in the Republican party. The Ripon Society has been described as, "a moderate Republican research and policy organization dedicated to a common sense, pragmatic system of governance." In 1974 she was elected the Ripon Society National Governing Board Chair.

Melich is considered one of the founders of the modern women's movement. In 1971 she helped organize the Manhattan Women's Political Caucus. She went on to co-found the New York State National Women's Political Caucus (NYS NWPC) in 1972. In 1973, she became affiliated with the National Women's Education Fund, the first organization designed to educate women on ways to gain political power. Melich served as the Fund's president from 1980 through 1983. Concerned with the treatment of women in American society, she wanted women's issues to have more of an impact on the Republican Party's agenda. In 1976 Melich co-founded the National Women's Republican Task Force and was instrumental in organizing the group New York State Republicans for Women's Issues. In 1984 she co-founded the New York State Republican Family Committee. Both of the organizations advocated the Republican Party to take a pro-choice stance and recognize the needs and concerns of women to a greater extent.

Melich has also served as a member of several organizations concerned with the political and social state of America. Such organizations include: the United States Civil Rights Commission New York State Advisory Board and the New York State Commission on Judicial Nomination. She also served on the advisory board of the White House Project, a project to "change biases against women's leadership ability, and foster the entry of women into positions of leadership, including the U.S. presidency."

Her writings have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Newsday, Daily News, USA Today Chicago Tribune, and the electronic publication Women's Enews. In addition to writing articles, Melich has also worked as writer, researcher, and/or editor on numerous books including: Jaws of Victory (Little Brown and Co. 1974), The Lessons of Victory (The Dial Press, 1969), Thomas E. Dewey on the American Political System, ABC News Fact Book for the 1964 presidential campaign, American Heritage State Series and Peace: The Control of National Power (Beacon Press, 1963). One of her most well-known works is The Republican War Against Women: An Insider's Report From Behind the Lines. Bantam Books published the title in 1996. It was described by The Washington Post as, "a powerful, evocative account of how social conservatives and Republican politicians have used the GOP to roll back the gains of the women's movement." The work received national attention from women's organizations and political groups. It was given the Gustavus Meyer Center Award as an outstanding book on human rights in North America.

Tanya Melich has received many other awards and honors for her work. She was honored by the Manhattan Women's Political Caucus as one of New York's outstanding women. She has received the New York NOW Susan B. Anthony Women of Achievement Award, the Alfred F. Moran Advocacy Award by Family Planning Advocates of New York, and was commemorated by the New York State National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL). She was a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow, speaking on the United States political process and women. She has also been involved in civic, social, and political organizations such as Planned Parenthood-New York City Council of Advocates, New York City's Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Advisory Council of the Women's International Leadership of International House.

The Tanya M. Melich Papers document the political and societal landscape of the United States with materials primarily from the latter half of the twentieth century. Much of the material focuses on the Republican Party on both a national and local level (particularly New York City, where Melich resides). There is information relating to Republican platforms, election concerns, political organizations, and voter demographics. Melich has consistently been extremely interested in women's rights—especially reproductive rights—and collected many materials relating to this topic. She also conducted research in a variety of other areas including: affirmative action, poverty, the impact of technology on broadcast media, overpopulation concerns, and human rights more generally.

The Melich Papers include many types of materials including newspaper clippings, academic articles, magazine articles, reports, memos, correspondence, and publications of advocacy organizations. Although the majority of these items were produced by other individuals or organizations, there are some materials written by Melich, including articles, some correspondence, and administrative materials from her time as President of the National Women's Education Fund.

This collection is divided into twelve series and was originally processed in 2003. Over the next ten years, Melich sent approximately fifteen additional cubic feet of records, which have been interfiled with the original materials to create one complete collection.

The collection is organized into the following series:

Tanya Melich initially donated her papers to the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives in 1989. She made additional donations in 1990, 2002, 2003 and 2012.

Processed by: Michelle M. Powers

Collection record created by: This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on

Published: 2017-04-14 10:08:48 -0400

Kelsey Milner arranged and described an additional 15 cubic feet of materials donated in 2003 and 2012 and created an EAD finding aid., 2014

Encoded in EAD by Kelsey Milner, 2014

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Copyright Statement

The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of copyright. Whenever possible, the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives will provide information about copyright owners and other restrictions, but the legal determination ultimately rests with the researcher. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Head of Special Collections and Archives.

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Tanya M. Melich Papers, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as the Melich Papers).

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 2.8 cubic ft.
Arranged chronologically.
The material in this series focuses primarily on the Republican Party candidates and platforms for national elections and elections in New York, both the state and city. There is also information relating to specific election and demographic concerns for the Republican Party. There is extensive documentation concerning Richard Nixon's U.S. presidential bids and the political realities of the early 1960s. In addition to specific elections, there are materials concerning the Republican Party more generally, such as its strengths and weaknesses and stances on particular social concerns. The News Clippings folders contain articles or entire pages of newspapers encompassing elections, editorials, Republican and Democratic platforms and candidates. Not all the clippings have been photocopied; the originals are often brittle and should be handled with care. The material is arranged by date of its creation. For example, documents created in 1963 regarding the 1964 election are in the folders for 1963. Researchers interested in a particular election year should look in the folders of the prior year for pre-election reports, analysis, news stories, relevant correspondence, etc. It is also recommended that researchers look in the Campaign series for additional material related to a specific candidate, election, or platform.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Richard and Pat Nixon, PhotographsUndated

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1 21956 Republican Convention1956

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1 3Democratic Party Publications1956

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1 4Richard M. Nixon1956

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1 5Richard Nixon, Newspaper Clippings1956-1959

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1 6"The 1958 Elections: Summary Report"1958

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1 7New York1958

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1 8Newspaper Clippings1958

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1 9-10Newspaper Clippings1959

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1 11News Clippings1959

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1 121960 Republican Convention1959-1960, Undated

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1 13Election 1960—Kennedy v. Nixon and Aftermath1959-1961, Undated

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1 14Miscellaneous Information on Republicans1959-1970, Undated

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1 15New York1959-1960

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1 16New York—Democrats1959-1968

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1 17Republican Stengths/Weaknesses in Various Locations1959-1975, Undated

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1 18Democratic Party—Newspaper Clippings1960

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1 19Legislative Reapportionment (1964-1966)1960, 1962-1965

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1 20New York—Newspaper Clippings1960-1961

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1 21Richard M. Nixon1960

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1 22Nixon—Newspaper Clippingsca. 1960s

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1 23Election1961

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1 24New York1961

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1 25-27New York "GOP in New York City" Candidates Kit1961

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1 28-29Barry Goldwater—Presidential Campaign1962-1964, Undated

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1 30Election Reports1962

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1 31Newspaper Clippings1962

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1 32Nixon—Newspaper Clippings1962

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1 33New York1962-1963

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1 34The 1962 Elections1963

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1 35News Clippings1963

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1 36Surveys (1964 election) Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky1963

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1 37Surveys (1964 election) Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire1963

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1 38Barry Goldwater—Election Strategy1963-1964, Undated

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1 39Election 1964—"Congressional Quarterly"1963-1964

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1 40Election 1964—Electoral Strategy1963-1964

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1 41Wallace—Newspaper Clippings1963-1964

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1 42Barry Goldwater1964

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1 43Barry Goldwater—Supporters and Staff1964

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1 44Goldwater—Pre-Convention Delegates1964

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1 45Barry Goldwater "FACT"1964

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1 46Democratic Party—Newspaper Clippings1964

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1 47General File1964

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2 1"National Review"1964

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2 2New York1964

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2 3New York—Newspaper Clippings1964

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2 4News Clippings1964

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2 5Newspaper Clippings1964

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2 6Election 1964—General1964, 2001, Undated

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2 7Election 1964—Results1964-1965

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2 8Election 1964—Rockefeller on Issues, Particularly Goldwater1964

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2 9Republicans after Goldwater Defeat1964-1965, 1967, Undated

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2 101968 Republican Convention1964, 1967-1968

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2 111964 Election of John Lindsay1964-1966, 1969

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2 12John Lindsay1965

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2 13John Lindsay—Press Releases1965

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2 14"National Review"1965

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2 15-16New York1965

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2 17-18New York—Newspaper Clippings1965

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2 19New York—Voting Statistics, Assessments, SES Breakdown Polls1965

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2 20Ronald Reagan through 19681965-1968, Undated

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2 21John Lindsay—Post Election1966

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2 22John Lindsay—Post Election, Swizzle Stick1966

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2 23Misc.1966

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2 24New York1966

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2 25New York—Newspaper Clippings1966

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2 26Newspaper Clippings1966

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2 27Nixon1966

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2 28"Rally"1966

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2 29Rockefeller—Newspaper Clippings1966

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2 30Romney1966

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2 311968 Republican Convention1967-1968, Undated

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2 32Election 1968—"Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report-Special Report Presidential '68"1967

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2 33"Battle Line"1967

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2 34"Memo from Cope"1967

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2 35Newspaper Clippings1967

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2 36Nixon1967

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2 37Wallace1967

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2 381968 Republican Convention and Aftermath1968, Undated

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2 391968 Republicans—Liberal1968, 1972, 2001, Undated

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2 40Political Files—Barry Goldwater, Newspaper Clippings1968

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2 41"Battle Line"1968

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2 42Conventions 1968—"Congressional Quarterly, Weekly Report-Convention Guide"1968

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2 43Democratic Party1968

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2 44Elections—Lindsay, Newspaper Clippings1968

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2 45"Memo from Cope"1968

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2 46-49Nixon1968

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2 50Nixon—Newspaper Clippings1968

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2 51Notes—Voting Records1968

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3 1-2News Clippings1968

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3 3New York1969

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3 4Republican National Convention1968

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3 5Rockefeller1968

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3 6New York—"1969 Annual Report of the Board of Elections in the City of New York"1969

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3 7New York—Newspaper Clippings1969

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3 8"The 1958 Elections: Summary Report"1969

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3 9Richard Nixon—"The Nixon Administration January- May, 1969"1969

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3 10Richard Nixon—"The Nixon Administration January-August, 1969"1969

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3 11Richard Nixon—"The Nixon Administration, Economic and Social Policies"1969

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3 12Richard Nixon—Inauguration Invitation1969

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3 13Richard Nixon Newspaper Clippings1969-1970

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3 14New York—Newspaper Clippingsca. 1970s

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3 15Democratic Party—Newspaper Clippings1972

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3 16Democratic Party—Newspaper Clippings1972

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4 1-2News Clippings1972

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4 3Nixon—Inauguration Invitations1972

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4 4Newspaper Clippings (The New York Times Magazine July 22, 1973)1973

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4 5Nixon1974

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4 6Rockefeller1974

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4 7Election Maps1975

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4 8Congression Jack Kemp1978-1979, 1987, Undated

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4 9New York—Republican County Committee1980

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4 10Senator Patrick Moynihan Newsletters1984-1994

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4 11Pat Moore—65th AD 1986 GOP Candidate1986-1987, Undated

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4 12Election 1992—"TCC Journal"1992

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4 13Charles Millard for Congress1993-1994, Undated

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4 14Midterm Election 1994—Women in Politics1993-1995

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4 15Mark Green—Public Advocate for the City of New York1994-1995, 1999
Quantity: 3 cubic ft.
Arranged chronologically.
These files contain material relevant to the specific campaigns for Republican Party candidates either in New York State or national elections. While Series one is a collection of Melich's external research, this series contains information on campaign initiatives Melich was personally involved with. There are publications, campaign brochures (for either Republican or Democratic candidates), form letters, notes, correspondence, and reports within this series, many written by or for Melich. Some of the files include position papers, outlining a number of topics of importance to the election and a summary of the candidates' position. This series features information related to Nelson Rockefeller's U.S. presidential campaign, including delegate files compiled for each state. These folders incorporate basic information regarding the political structure of states such as the names and addresses of Governor, Republican Campaign headquarters, and material related to the delegates for the 1968 Republican Convention. There is also information from The Committee for the Re-Election of the President (CREEP), with materials concerning the campaign to elect Richard M. Nixon to a second term. This series also contains political publications and newsletters such as The National Review and Battle Line. These are filed chronologically within the series. Researchers interested in the campaigns and elections are advised to also look in Series One: Political Files which contains material related to many of the New York and national elections from the late 1950s through the 1970s. Oversized items of interest in this series include a paper shopping bag created for the Nelson A. Rockefeller for Governor campaign and a survey conducted for the Charles Goodell campaign. It is a computer print out of tabulations of New York Senators by county, religion, education, income, race, and party. It also includes a tabulation of Goodell's job rating, election issues, and numerous other items.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Election 1968 NAR Delegate Fight1959-1967, Undated

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1 2Rockefeller, N.A Presidential Quest1959-1968, Undated

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1 3Lefkowitz for Mayor, 1961—General File1961

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1 4-6Lefkowitz for Mayor, 1961—Fact Sheets1961

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1 7-10Lefkowitz for Mayor, 1961—Position Papers1961 June

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1 11Lefkowitz for Mayor, 1961—News Clippings1961

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1 12-16Casey for Congress 1966—General File1966

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1 17Casey for Congress, 1966—News Clippings1966

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1 181968 Election Analysis—Melich1966

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Oversized 1Rockefeller for Governor Tote Bag1966

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1 19Nixon and Agnew, 1968—General File1968

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1 20-29Nixon and Agnew, 1968—"Winning with Nixon-Agnew in New York State"1968

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1 30Election 1968—NAR Campaign1967-1968

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1 31Election 1968—Rockefeller Staff1968, Undated

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1 32-34Reagan/Rockefeller—General File1968, Undated

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1 35Rockefeller for President, 1968—"Trial Heats Nixon, Rockefeller, Humphrey, McCarthy, and Wallace"1968

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1 36Rockefeller for President, 1968—Position Papers and Reports1968

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1 37Rockefeller for President, 1968—Finance Committee1968

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1 38-39Rockefeller for President, 1968—Republican National and State Committees1968

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1 40-42Rockefeller for President, 1968—Republican National Convention1968

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2 1Rockefeller for President, 1968—Republican National Convention (Delegates)1968

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2 2Campaign Files, Rockefeller for President, 1968—Republican National Convention (Rockefeller Opponent)1968

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2 3Rockefeller for President 1968—Republican National Convention (Post-Convention Letters)1968

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2 4Rockefeller for President, 1968—Delegate Files, General Delegate Count1968

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2 5Rockefeller for President, 1968—Delegate Files (Alabama)1964-1968

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2 6Rockefeller for President, 1968—Delegate Files (Alaska)1968

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2 7Rockefeller for President, 1968—Delegate Files (Arizona)1968

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2 8Rockefeller for President, 1968—Delegate Files (Arkansas)1968

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2 9-15Rockefeller for President, 1968—Delegate Files (California)1968

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2 16Rockefeller for President, 1968—Delegate Files (Colorado)1968

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2 17Rockefeller for President, 1968—Delegate Files (Connecticut)1968

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Tanya Melich was director of the Election Research Unit for ABC News during the 1964 Republican National Convention. As a result, she accumulated numerous papers regarding the presidential primaries in New Hampshire and California, as well as the Republican National Convention and inaugural celebration. The series includes voting reports and analysis, general information on the convention, schedules, biographical information of candidates and platforms, committee meeting notes, and news clippings. The series begins with the New Hampshire primary in March, continues with the California and later primaries, the Republican National Convention in July, and ends with the inauguration of 1965. Each primary had a Facts Book created by the news unit. The Facts Book outlines details about the Election Day and gives information about candidates and election issues. The News and Numbers folders include news stories and numbers from the night of the election. General Files may include notes about the news coverage, sample ballots, maps of election districts, and related items. Materials for the California primary also include a few items related to the Democratic Party and a 37 page document titled the "Christian, Anti-Communist Crusade" which was written by the Christian, Anti-Communist Crusade in 1963 for delivery at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. The group was concerned with the growth and purpose of extreme right wing political organizations. The Republican National Convention of 1964 was held at the Cow Palace in San Francisco. Similar to the primaries, a "Facts Book" was created with information about the candidates, the convention arrangements, voting, and related information. The folder Convention Planning and Arrangements, includes theme plans, hotel arrangements, news clippings and press releases. There are also nomination speeches for Nelson A. Rockefeller, George Romney, William E. Miller and Barry Goldwater to be the presidential candidate. The series also includes remarks and presentations made throughout the convention from a variety of speakers. While Melich had documents concerning several candidates at the convention, she collected an extensive amount of information relating to Goldwater, such as his platform, the growth of the Goldwater movement, and the arguments of his proponents. The State Files include brief notes regarding Republican representation and delegates at the Convention. They are alphabetical by state with United States districts and territories at the end. The ABC News Facts Book, Inauguration 1965 gives information about the location and history of the event, biographies of members of Congress, and all the details regarding the inauguration ceremony and ball.
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This series contains materials relating to Tanya Melich's time as an employee of CBS, Inc. There is general information on the company, as well as the Public Policy Study Unit, a group studying the impact of new technology on broadcasting. There are also documents from a "Management Seminar," including notes, assignments and exercises. Materials for this series also include documents for the Women's Advisory Committee, which was designed to help women develop their careers at CBS. There are also files relating to a 1977 suit filed by Melinda Cotton against CBS regarding women's employment and possible discrimination. The folders relating to this topic include legal documents, correspondence and articles by Sandra Purnell and Gloria Steinem. Other material in this series comes from the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies which sponsored a program on communication Melich participated in.
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The Ripon Society is a Republican Party research and policy organization of which Tanya Melich was a member. It formed in 1964 with the aim of improving the Republican Party, as members believed their original values had been compromised by catering to an extreme right-wing contingency. This series contains many copies of The Ripon Forum, a newsletter regarding politics which reflected the Society's views. The The Ripon Forum was published each month, and occasionally the Society issued a small, supplemental version, usually on the 1st or 15th of the month. There are also several copies of the Ripon Quarterly, a magazine publication of the organization. Both The Ripon Forum and Ripon Quarterlyy are missing issues in the series, so not all dates are inclusive. The series also contains Daily Office Files which include correspondence, press releases, news clippings, and reports by Melich. The year 1973 has the most substantial amount of material with a number of items related to Watergate, Nixon, and his eventual impeachment. There is also information on the New Leadership Fund, which was a fund-raising committee designed to help Republican candidates through monetary donations or research and campaign assistance. The materials include correspondence and reports related to the committee. The series includes a few folders related to the Ripon Society chapter in New York City. These materials include correspondence, local government newsletters, and articles. The "Lessons of Victory" material contains chapter outlines and multiple drafts of chapter 3, "The Failures of the Republican Moderates" by Melich. It discusses the Nixon campaign, weaknesses within the Republican Party, and the political transition to the future. George H.W. Bush, then chair of the Republican National Committee, convened the Rule 29 committee in 1973. The purpose of the committee was to review, study, and work with the states and territories regarding the rules adopted by the 1972 Republican National Convention. It was also supposed to benefit the relationship between the Republican National Committee, Republican State Committees, and other Republican organizations. Items include memorandums, news clippings, and reports between the Rule 29 Committee and the Women's Political Caucus. It also includes Melich's testimony before the Rule 29 Committee in 1974. The Ripon Society filed two lawsuits against the Republican National Committee and Republican Party, the first from 1970 to 1973 and the second from 1974 to 1975. The Society believed the Committee's process of allocating delegates was unconstitutional. Items for both suits are filed in two sections: general papers and legal papers. The general papers include memorandums, correspondence, press releases, news clippings, and reports. The legal papers include legal documents such as complaints and briefs. The law firm Patterson, Belknap and Webb in New York City handled the Ripon Society's case. The book The New Political Order: A History of the Conservative Infrastructure is by John S. Saloma (1934-1983). The files about the book include notes, correspondence, and a review by Melich from 1984. Saloma was a founding member of the Ripon Society and President of the Ripon Society from 1963 to 1967. The manuscript was published posthumously under the title, Ominous Politics: The New Conservative Labyrinth (New York: Hill and Wang, 1984.)
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2 23The Ripon Forum, Volume III, No. 1-121967

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2 24The Ripon Forum, Volume IV, No. 1-71968

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2 25The Ripon Forum, Volume IV, No. 8-121968

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2 26The Ripon Forum, Volume V, No. 1-61969

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2 27The Ripon Forum, Volume V, No. 7-111969

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2 28The Ripon Forum, Volume VI, No. 1-61970

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2 29The Ripon Forum, Volume VI, No. 7-121970

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2 30The Ripon Forum, Volume VII, No. 1-61971

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2 31The Ripon Forum, Volume VII, No. 9-151971

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2 32The Ripon Forum, Volume VIII, No. 2-131972

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2 33The Ripon Forum, Volume VIII, No. 16-231972

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3 1The Ripon Forum, Volume IX, No. 1-111973

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3 2The Ripon Forum, Volume IX, No. 14-231973

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3 3The Ripon Forum, Volume X, No. 1-201974

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3 4The Ripon Forum, Volume XI, XII1975-1976

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3 5The Ripon Forum, Volume XIII, XIV1977-1978

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3 6The Ripon Forum, Volume XV, XVI1979-1980

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3 7The Ripon Forum, Volume XVIII, XX, XXI, XXIII1982, 1984-1985, 1987

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3 8The Ripon Forum, Volume XXIV, XXV1988-1989

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3 9The Ripon Forum, Volume XXVI, XXVII1990-1991

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3 10The Ripon Forum, XXVIII, XXIX, XXXII, XXXIII1992-1993, 1997-1998

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3 11Ripon—Gypsy Moths1987-1994

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3 12Ripon—"Jaws of Victory"1972, 1974

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3 13Ripon Meeting1976 February 27-1976 February 29

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3 14-15Ripon National1974-1980, Undated

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3 16Ripon Society—Ripon of NY1974

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3 17Ripon New York1976-1979

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3 18Ripon New York Conference1974-1975, Undated

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3 19Ripon of NY1975

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3 20-21Ripon Publications1973-1974, Undated

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3 22Ripon Quarterly, Volume 1, No. 11974

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3 23Ripon Quarterly, Summer 1975 (Volume 2, No. 1) & "GOP Forum"1976 August 16-1976 August 19

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3 24Ripon Quarterly, Volume. 34, No. 21999

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3 25Ripon Research Consortium Briefing Day1974

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3 26-27Ripon Society1973-1985

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3 28Ripon Society General Organization Membership1975

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3 29-33Rule 29 Committee1975 April-1975 July

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3 34-35Watergate-Newspaper Clippings1973
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The New York City Partnership (NYCP) was founded in 1979. David Rockefeller was one of the founders and served as chair during the period covered by these records, Arthur R. Taylor served as president. NYCP began as a collaborative association of 100 businesses, private-sector groups, and civic leaders to assist the city develop innovative volunteer projects. Partners included the Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Council. The majority of materials in this series concern transit problems in New York City in 1981, a summer job program for high school students, and a lunch hosted by NYCP in 1982 with President Ronald Reagan as a guest.
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1 1Background Materials—White House1981

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1 2-3"Material sent to the White House about the New York City partnership"1981

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1 4New York City Partnership, Inc. News1981, Undated

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1 5Overview and Report1981

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1 6Partners—Economic Development Council of New York Inc.Undated

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1 7Summer Jobs for Youth Project Evaluation1981

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1 8Transit—News Clippings1981

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1 9Reagan Lunch, 1982—General Plans1982

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1 10Reagan Lunch, 1982—Guest List1982

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1 11Reagan Lunch, 1982—Jim Rosebuch (White House Liaison)1982

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1 13Reagan Lunch, 1982—Planning Committee Meetings1982

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1 14Regan Lunch, 1982—Press and Publicity1982

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1 15Reagan Lunch, 1982—Program1982

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1 17Reagan Lunch, 1982—Student Attendees1982
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Tanya Melich served on the United States Commission on Civil Rights New York State Advisory Board beginning in 1972. Included are folders concerning the Asian American hearings in July 1974. These hearings encompassed issues with employment, immigration, education, health care, images and stereotypes, and housing within the Asian American community. She also served on the subcommittee for sex discrimination. There are also materials relating to affirmative action, racism, and economic status.
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1 1Reports—"A Time to Listen…A time to Act," "For all the People…By all the people"1967-1969

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1 2New York State Advisory Committee Information1972-1974

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1 3New York State Advisory Committee Report—"The Puerto Rican and Public Employment in New York State"1973

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1 4News Items1973-1981

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1 5"Civil Rights Digest," "Puerto Ricans in the Promised Land" & "Job Discrimination and Affirmative Action"1974-1975

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1 6New York State Advisory Committee1974-1975

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1 7-9New York State Advisory Committee—Asian American Hearings1974

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1 10New York State Advisory Committee—Reports1974-1977

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1 11New York State Advisory Committee—Sex Discrimination Subcommittee1974-1975

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1 12Report—"Desegregating the Boston Public Schools: A Crisis in Civic Responsibility"1974

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1 13Reports—"The Navajo Nation: An American Colony"1975

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1 14-15Report—"Twenty Years After Brown: Equality of Economic Opportunity" (part 3-4)1975

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1 16Report—"Fulfilling the letter and spirit of the law"1975

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1 17Report—"Statement on Metropolitan School Desegregation"1977

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1 18Commission on Civil Rights—"Recent Developments, New Opportunities in Civil Rights and Women's Rights"1977

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1 19Report—"Sex Bias in the U.S. Code"1977

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1 20"Civil Rights Digest," "National Women's Conference," Vol 10. No. 21978

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1 21Reports—"Statement on Affirmative Action," "Affirmative Action in the 1980s…"1977, 1981

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1 22Report—"Toward an Understanding of Bakke"1979

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1 23Report—"More Hurdles to Clear: Women and Girls in Competitive Athletics"1980

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1 24Report—"The Tarnished Golden Door: Civil Rights Issues in Immigration"1980

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1 25United States Commission on Civil Rights—Conference1981

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1 26Report—"Civil Rights: A National, Not a Special Interest"1981

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1 27-28Report—"Consultations on the Affirmative Action Statement of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights" (vol. 1-2)1981

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1 29"Perspectives," U.S. Commission on Civil Rights1982

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1 30Report—"Comparable Worth: Issues for the 80s" (Vol. 1)1984

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In November of 1977 the National Women's Conference was held in Houston, Texas. This meeting was preceded by state-wide meetings to elect delegates to attend the National Conference. At the state meetings and the National Conference the following issues were discussed: abortion, equal pay, the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), child care, divorce and marriage laws, laws regarding rape and domestic violence, and other issues. The series includes materials related to the New York State and Utah Women's Meetings and the National Conference. This material includes pre-conference newsletters, reports, correspondence, agendas, conference materials, notes, and news clippings. Tanya Melich was co-chair of the New York State IWY Resolutions Committee in the summer of 1977. She was one of the few Republicans on the committee.
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1 1Business Council for the United Nations Decade for WomenUndated

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1 2Manual Revisions National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year1977 March 17

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1 3National Advisory Committee1977 June-1978 June

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1 4National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year— Report1976

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1 11-14State Women's Meeting New York1977, Undated

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2 8State Women's Meeting New York—September1977 September

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2 9State Women's Meeting UtahUndated

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2 10State Women's Meeting UtahUndated

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2 11State Women's Meeting Utah—News Clippings, Jan-December1977 January-1977 December
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Tanya Melich consistently received material from numerous political, academic, and social organizations. Many of the folders contain content such as letters, brochures, newsletters, or publications. Melich was involved in some of the organizations represented, such as the National Women's Education Fund (NWEF), for which she served as President from 1980-1983. There is extensive information relating to NWEF operations such as budget information, fundraising efforts, board information, and publications. There is also documentation from the Women's Political Caucus, a grassroots organization dedicated to increasing women's involvement in politics, which has historically been male-dominated. Melich also collected information on Planned Parenthood, including yearly reports, informational publications for communities and the tactics it took to combat STOPP, an anti-Planned Parenthood group. In general, many of the organizations relate particularly to women's causes and the Republican Party. However, there is also organizational information on groups dedicated to combating environmental issues (especially overpopulation). There is a relatively large amount of information on The International Women's Rights Action Watch including correspondence, documents regarding the Convention on the Elimination of the Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), and a 12 year run of its newsletter The Woman's Watch. The folders are arranged in alphabetical order by the full name of the organization. There are some audio/video items in this series as well, including cassette tapes from an anti-Planned Parenthood group. Planned Parenthood was able to secure the tapes and used them to study the arguments of the opposing groups so it could better respond in the media.
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1 1The 80% Majority Campaign—"The Campaign Report," Vol. 3 No. 14-23, Vol. 4 1-101989-1990

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1 2The 80% Majority Campaign—"The Campaign Report," Vol. 4 No. 11-17, Vol. 5 No. 1, 21991, 1993

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1 385 Broads2003, Undated

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1 4The Academy of Political Science—"Urban Riots: Violence and Social Change, Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science"1968

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1 5Alan Guttmacher Institute1993-1994

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1 6Alan Guttmacher Institute, "Sex and America's Teenagers"1994

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1 7American Association of Political Consultants—"Politea," and Misc. Information1997, Undated

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1 8American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees—"Why isn't the economy working for workers?"Undated

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1 9Arts and Business Council, Inc.1991

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1 10Asian Americans for Fair Media—"The Asian Image in the U.S."Undated

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1 11Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management— Memorandums1981

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1 12Association for Women Journalists1994

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1 13Bass & Howes, Inc.1993-1994, Undated

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1 14Business Leaders Sensible Priorities—"Sensible Budget Priorities for America's Children"2001

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1 15Campaign for Justice for Home Care Workers1991

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1 16Carnegie Endowment for International Peace—"The Future of the Strategic Arms Race: Options for the 1970s"1969

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1 17Catholics for a Free Choice "Mujeres e Iglesia Sexualidad y Aborto en America Latina"1989

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1 18Catholics for a Free Choice "Mujeres e Iglesia Sexualidad y Aborto en America Latina"1998

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1 19Celebrate Life Committee1973

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1 20Center for Advanced Study of International Development—"New Challenges New Opportunities"1988

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1 21Center for the American Woman and Politics1974-1976

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1 22Center for the American Woman and Politics—Conference for Leaders of Organizations of Women Public Officials1980

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1 23-24Center for the American Woman and Politics—"Fact Sheets"1990-1995, Undated

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1 25Center for the American Woman and Politics—"Fact Sheets" and General Information1993-1994, Undated

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1 26Center for the American Woman and Politics (CAWP)—General Information1986-1990, Undated

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1 27Center for the American Woman and Politics—Legislative Conference1989 November 16-1989 November 19

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1 28Center for the American Woman and Politics—News and Notes1991-1993, Undated

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1 29Center for the American Woman and Politics—San Diego Conference1991 November

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1 30Center for Information Resources Policy—Draft of "The U.S. Communication and Information Resources: International Implications"1981

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1 31Center for Policy Alternatives1992

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1 32Center for Policy Alternatives—"Developing the Agenda, Framing the Message: A round table for Pro-Choice Legislators"1991

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1 33Center for Policy Alternatives—Newsletters1994-1999

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1 34Center for Policy Alternatives—Newsletter, "Alternatives"1998-2000

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1 35-36Center for Policy Alternatives—Reproductive Choice1990-1992

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2 1Center for Policy Research, Inc.—"The Responsive Community"1991

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2 2Center for Population Options1990-1992

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2 3Center for Public Advocacy Research, Inc.—"Corporate Institutes for Working Parents in New York City"1983

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2 4The Center for Reproductive Law and Policy1991-1993, Undated

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2 5The Center for Reproductive Law and Policy—"Removing Barriers: Improving Choices"1996

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2 6The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions—"A Center Occasional Paper: Center Report"1970

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2 7The Center the Study of Democratic Institutions—"A Center Occasional Paper," Vol. 1 no. 1 and 5, Vol2. No. 4, Vol. 3 No. 41967, 1968, 1969, 1970

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2 8The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions—"The Center Magazine"1968, 1970, 1971

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2 9Center for War, Peace and the News Media1985-1987, Undated

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2 10Center for War, Peace and the News Media—Cold War1986-1989

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2 11Center for Women in Government1986-1990

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2 12Center for Women's Policy Studies—Affiliates Quarterly Report1996-2000

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2 13Center on Law and Citizenship1981 December, Undated

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2 14Center on Law and Citizenship1982 July-1982 August

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2 15Center on Law and Citizenship1982 September

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2 16Child Care Action Campaign—General Information1982-1992

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2 17Children's Defense Fund1994

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2 18Children's Defense Fund1994-1995, Undated

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2 19Choices: Women's Medical Center, Inc. "On the Issues"1985-1987

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2 20Citizens for a Sustainable Democracy1986, Undated

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2 21Coalition for Choice1989-1994, Undated

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2 22Coalition for School-based Primary Care1993-1995, Undated

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2 23Commission on Human Rights—Annual Report1996

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2 24New York City Commission on the Status of Women1982-1991

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2 25-26New York City Commission on the Status of Women1987

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2 27New York City Commission on the Status of Women—Legislative & Status Reports1984-1990, 1984-1986

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2 28-31New York City Commission on the Status of Women—Libby Antarsh Committee1987

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2 32-33Committee of Agriculture—"Hearings before the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives" (Part 1-3)1966

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3 1-2Committee on the Constitutional System1983-1987, Undated

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3 3-5Committee on the Constitutional System—Workbook for Constitutional System Review1983-1984

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3 6-7Committee on Government Operations—"Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations House of Representatives," (Parts 1, 2, 4)1970

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3 8Common Cause1980-1981, 1991

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3 9Communication Consortium1988-1991

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3 10Communication Consultants for Choice1985-1986, Undated

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3 12Communication Consultants for Choice—Promotional Materials and Techniques1985-1986

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3 13Community Family Planning Council1990-1995, Undated

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3 14Community Leadership Project of Washington University, Vol. 3, No. 5, Vol. 5 No. 41966, 1968

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3 15Community Works, Inc. "The Long Walk to Freedom 1900-1999"2000

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3 16Congressional Quarterly Service—Reports1962, 1967

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3 17Coro1975-1996

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3 18Democracy Project—Annual Report1984

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3 19The Democrat Leadership Council—"The New Democrat"2000

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3 20Domestic Policy Association1985

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3 21-22Ethics and Public Policy Center1977-1981, Undated

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3 23Family Planning Advocates of New York State—"Religious Mergers & HMOS: The Hidden Crisis for Reproductive Health Care"1997-1998

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3 24Foreign Policy Association—"Great Decisions 1918"1996

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3 25Forum 98—21st Century—"Taking Action for Women in the 21st Century"1998

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3 26Girls Incorporated—"Girls Ink"1997

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3 27Grassroots Movement for Environmental Justice Center for Health, Environment and Justice—"Everyone's Backyard"2001-2002

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3 28Hager Sharp (Communications Firm)1994

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3 29Hastings Center1991-1992

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3 30The Initiative Committee for National Economic Planning1975

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3 31Institute for Philosophy& Public Policy—Report1995

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3 32The Institute for Corporate Diversity—"Diversity Monitor," Vol. 1, No 1, 3, 42000

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3 33-34Institute for Women's Policy Research1988-1996, Undated

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4 1Institute for Women's Policy Research1993

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4 2Institute for Women's Policy Research—Quarterly Newsletters2000

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4 3Institute for Women's Policy Research—Research in Brief/Information Network News1993

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4 4Institute for Women's Policy Research—"Resources for Reproductive Rights Research"1993

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4 5Institute for Women's Policy Research—"Unnecessary Losses: Costs to Americans of the lack of Family and Medical Leave"1990

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4 6Institute of Politics1991

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4 7Institute of Politics—"Proceedings, 20th Anniversary Edition 1966-1986"1986

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4 8International Women's Democracy Center1996

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4 9International Women's Health Coalition1990

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4 10International Women's Rights Action Watch—The Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women Report1986-1993

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4 11International women's Rights Action Watch—Correspondence1987-1994

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4 12International Women's Rights Action Watch— The Woman's Watch1987-1989

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4 13International Women's Rights Action Watch— The Woman's Watch1990-1992

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4 14International Women's Rights Action Watch— The Woman's Watch1993-1994

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4 15International Women's Rights Action Watch— The Woman's Watch1995-1996

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4 16International Women's Rights Action Watch— The Woman's Watch1997-1999

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4 17John Birch Society (clippings)1961-1966, Undated

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4 18John F. Kennedy School of Government1997

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4 19John F. Kennedy School of Government—Bulletin1998

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4 20John F. Kennedy School of Government—BulletinUpdate2000

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4 21John F. Kennedy School of Government—Women in the Lead2000

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4 22The Kaiser Family Foundation—Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured1998

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4 23The Kaiser Family Foundation—"National Survey of Small Businesses"2002

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4 24Kellog Foundation, Devolution Initiative1996

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4 25LaGuardia Public Life Training Center1990-1991

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4 26Legislative Women's Caucus Inc. of New York State1990-1992

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4 27Manhattan Institute for Policy Research1980-1987

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4 28Manhattan Institute for Policy Research—Miscellaneous Information1987-1993

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4 29Marymount Manhattan College1981-1985

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4 30Marymount Manhattan College—Course Schedule1982

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4 31Media Studies Center1996

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4 32NARAL "Who decides? A State by State Review of Abortion Rights in America"1989

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4 33National Audobon Society—"Population and Habitat in the New Millennium"Undated

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4 34National Coalition for Women's Enterprise1989, Undated

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4 35The National Committee for Public Education and Religious Liberty1996

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4 36National Council for Research on Women—"Who's Where and Doing What"1996

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4 37The National Council for Research on Women—"A Woman's Mailing List Directory"1990

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4 38National Council for Research on Women— Women's Research Network News1988-1991

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4 39National Gay Task Force1977, Undated

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4 40National Organization for Women1992-1997, Undated

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4 41National Organization for Women—Legal Defense and Education Fund2001

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4 42National Women's Education Fund1980-1988, Undated

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4 43National Women's Education Fund1981

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4 44National Women's Education Fund1987-1989

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4 45National Women's Education Fund—"A Guide to Building Bridges Between Elected and Management Women in Local Governments"1981

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4 46-48National Women's Education Fund—Board1981

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4 49National Women's Education Fund—Board1984-1985

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4 50National Women's Education Fund—Board Meeting1982 November 05-1982 November 06

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4 51National Women's Education Fund—Delta Queen1986

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CD 1National Women's Education Fund—Gayle Melich FilesUndated

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5 1National Women's Education Fund—General Information1986-1988

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5 2National Women's Education Fund (Information for 1984)1984, Undated

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5 3National Women's Education Fund—Misc.1984-1985

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5 4National Women's Education Fund—Organization Information, Board Meeting1982, Undated

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5 5National Women's Education Fund—Training Group for Women in Public Life1982, Undated

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5 6National Women's Education Fund—Women in Public Leadership Partnership1983

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5 7National Women's Political Caucus1985-1986, Undated

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5 8National Women's Political Caucus1991-1994

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5 9National Women's Political Caucus1997

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5 10National Women's Political Caucus—Coalition for Women's Appointments1988

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5 11National Women's Political Caucus—Conference1987, Undated

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5 12National Women's Political Caucus—General Information1985-1989, Undated

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5 13National Women's Political Caucus—Women & Politics1994-1995, Undated

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5 14New York Affairs—"The New Politics of Less"1975

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5 15New York City Campaign Finance Board1990-1993

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5 16New York City commission on Human Rights1997-1998

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5 17New York City Council1989-1993, Undated

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5 18New York City Independent Budget Office1996-2000, Undated

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5 19New York City Independent Budget Office—"New York City's Fiscal Outlook"1998 January

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5 20New York Civil Liberties Union1968-1969, 1972

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5 21New York Civil Liberties Union1975

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5 22New York Civil Liberties Union Biennial Report1997-1998

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5 23New York Commission on the Status of Women—NYC Directory1989-1990

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5 24New York League of Conservation Voters1999

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5 25New York League of Conservation Users Education Fund1993-1999, Undated

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5 26New York State Assembly Task Force on Women's Issues1986-1987

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5 27New York State Assembly Task Force on Women's Issues1989-1991

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5 28New York State Association of Women Officeholders1986-1987

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5 29-30New York State Division for Women1986-1999, Undated

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5 31New York Women's Agenda1993-1996

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5 32The New York Women's Foundation1997-1999

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5 33New York Women's Lobby1974, Undated

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5 34New York Women's Lobby1975

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5 35New York Young Republican's Club1959, Undated

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5 36New York Young Republican's Club1960-1962

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5 37New York Young Republican's Club1963-1965

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5 38Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York1991-1993

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5 39Older Women's LeagueUndated

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5 40OMB Watch1986-1987, Undated

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6 1-2People for the American Way—General Information Relating to Initiatives1982-1996, Undated

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6 3People for the American Way—"Government by Litmus Test: George Bush, The Far Right, and Abortion"Undated

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6 4People for the American Way—Right-Wing Watch1991-1994

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6 5The Pew Research Center1997-1998

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6 6Planned Parenthood—Dutchess-Ulster Counties STOPP ("Stop Planned Parenthood") Reaction1991

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6 7-8Planned Parenthood—Fighting STOPP1991

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6 9-10Planned Parenthood—Lawsuit1987-1988

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Cassette 1-9Planned Parenthood—STOPP Conference in Poughkeepsie1990

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6 11Planned Parenthood Reports1991

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6 12Planned Parenthood Reports1997, Undated

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6 13Political Science Quarterly1967

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6 14Population Action International—Reports and Updates1993-1997

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6 15Population Action International—Various Reports1997

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6 16Population Action International—"Why Population Matters"1996

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6 17-18Population Crisis Committee1990-1992

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6 19Population Crisis Committee—"International Human Suffering Index"1987

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6 20Population Crisis Committee Legislative Update1991

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6 21Public Agenda Foundation—Report "America's Agenda" and Misc. Information1980-1998

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6 22The Public Concern Foundation, Inc.—"The Washington Spectator," Vol. 16 No. 3-211990

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6 23Radcliffe Intellectual Renewal for Leaders—"Seminar Participants March 1998-April 2002"1998 March-2002 April

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6 24Radcliffe Intellectual Renewal for Leaders—Seminar Information and Notes1989

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6 25Report on the Commission on the Causes and Preservation of Civil Disorder1969

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6 26The Reproductive Health Technologies Project—Review of Programs1995-1996

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6 27Sister Fund—Sister Says and Report1995-1997, Undated

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6 28The Sister Fund—"The Struggle for Justice: A Spiritual Quest Special Report"2000

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6 29Students Organizing Students1990-1991

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6 30Subcommittee on Foreign Relations, U.S. Senate—"Strategic and Foreign Policy Implications of ABM Systems"1969

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6 31Third Wave Fund1996, Undated

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6 32UNIFEM, Annual Report2001

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6 33United Press International—Promotion for Political Action Committees1990

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7 1United States Committee for UNIFEM1987-1996, Undated

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7 2United States Department of Labor, Women's Bureau "Flexible Lifestyles: A Look at contingent Labor"1988

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7 3United States Office of Personnel Management—"Comparable Youth for Federal Jobs"1987

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7 4Washington Institute for Women in Politics1975

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7 5We Do—News & Views1989-1993

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7 6We Do—News & Views1995-1996

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7 7We Do—News &Views1997-2000

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7 8Wings of Change Foundation—"Women and the Economy"2003

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7 9Women's Campaign Fund1985-1994

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7 10Women's Environment & Development Organization1993

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7 11Women's Equity Action League1987-1988, Undated

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7 12Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press—"Directory of Women's Media"1979

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7 13Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press—"Media Report to Women," Vol. 8 No. 9-12, Vol. 9 No. 3-61980-1981

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7 14-15Women's International Leadership Program1994-1999

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7 16Women's International League for Peace and Freedom1985-1986

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7 17Women's Policy, Inc.—Congress Updates andQuarterly Update Vol. 2, vol. 31998-1999

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7 18Women's Policy, Inc.— Quarterly Update Vol. 42000

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7 19Women's Policy, Inc.— Quarterly Update Vol. 4, Vol. 52000-2001

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7 20Women's Policy, Inc.—"Women's Health Legislation in the 106th Congress: 1999-2000"2001

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7 21Women's Resource Center of Manhattan1992-1995

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7 22World Food Programme—"Reaching the Hungry" and "Annual Report"1996, 1998

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7 11WPOP—"Breaking the Glass Ceiling," Pat Atkinson1991

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7 23WYNC2000, 2002

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7 24Yankelovich, Skelly, and White, Inc. "The Mushiness Index: A Refinement in Public Policy Polling Techniques"1981

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7 25Young Americans for FreedomUndated

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7 26Young Americans for Freedom1961-1965

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7 27Young Americans For Freedom1966-1969

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7 28Young Americans for Freedom The New Guard1964-1965

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7 29Young Americans for FreedomThe New Guard1965

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7 30-31Young Americans for FreedomThe New Guard1966

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7 32Young Americans for FreedomThe New Guard1967

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7 33Young Republican National FederationUndated

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7 34Young Republican National Federation1958-1963

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7 35Young Republican National Federation1964-1965

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7 36-37Young Republican National Federation1967

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8 1Young Republican National Federation—Newspaper Clippings1967

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8 2Young Republicans of California1961-1963

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8 3Young Republicans of California1963-1964
Quantity: 5.8 cubic ft.
Arranged alphabetically.
These files include publications, notes, flyers, news clippings, correspondence, and other items related to political and social topics, including affirmative action, civil rights, New York State government, New York State legislation regarding women, political campaigns, economic development, repeal of the draft, Vietnam, Cold War and many others. There are materials relating specifically to the Equal Rights Amendment and the attempt (and ultimate failure) to pass it. In 1980 Melich was chosen to be a fellow at Harvard, and conducted research on the impact of technology on broadcasting. Her research is included in this series, and contains scholarly articles, newspaper and magazine articles, reports, and a variety of other information. Some of the folders for the series contain newspaper clippings. Researchers may also want to look at the Organizations series which includes additional materials related to a variety of these subjects.
BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 12001-Pre 9/11 (Misc., Although Primarily Women)2001

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1 2Abortion1972-1999

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Video-Tape 1Abortion—"That Delicate Balance II: Our Bill of Rights—Life and Choice After Roe v. Wade1956/2009

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1 3Affirmative Action1973-1996, Undated

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1 3Affirmative Action1976-1991

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1 4Affirmative Action1997-1998

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1 6-7Affirmative Action—92 Forward1991-1999, Undated

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1 8Affirmative Action—Bakke Case1963-1997, Undated

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1 9Africa1958-1966, Undated

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1 10African-Americans—Draft Riots, Interactions With Police1966-1968

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1 11African-Americans—Economic Development1969

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1 12African-American—Extremists1960-1967

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1 13African-Americans—Statistics and Demographic Polls1956-2009, Undated

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1 14African-Americans—Voting1959-1972, Undated

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1 15Agriculture in America1956-1981

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1 16Business Public Relations1981

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1 17Bibliographies1975-1976, 1980, Undated

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Cassette 10Breaking the Glass Ceiling, Pat Atkinson-WPOP1991

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1 18Cable—General Information1979-1980, Undated

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1 19-21Campaign Communication in the 1980's1982-1983, 1983

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1 22-24Campaign Finance Reform1973-1974

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1 25Children1995-1996

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1 26Civil Rights1956-1958

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1 27-28Civil Rights1963-1968

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1 29Civil Rights1963-1973

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1 30Civil Rights1985-1990

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1 31Civil Rights1987-2000

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2 1Cold War1956-1978

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2 2Congress—1960s1964-1967

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2 3Congressional District Data Book1961

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2 4Conservative Movement1974-1977

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2 5Conservative Movement1978-1993

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2 6 Congressional Record 1973

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2 7Crime1973, Undated

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2 8Direct Election1970

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2 9Draft/Conscription1966-1973

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2 10Economic Development1957-1971

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2 11-13Economic Development1981

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2 14Economic Development—Committee for Economic Development1962-1965

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2 15Economic Development—Office of Economic Opportunity1965

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2 16-19Emma Awards1993

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2 20-21Energy (Materials for NAR)—Newspaper Clippings1974-1975

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2 22Equal Rights Amendment1984-1988, Undated

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2 23Equal Rights Amendment—Campaign Kit1975, Undated

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2 24Equal Rights Amendment— Cons1970-1978, Undated

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2 25Equal Rights Amendment—Election Statistics1956-1979, Undated

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2 26-27Equal Rights Amendment—Extension1978, Undated

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2 28Equal Rights Amendment—General1970-1980, Undated

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2 29Equal Rights Amendment—General and After Failure to Pass1971-1999, Undated

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2 30-31Equal Rights Amendment—Literature1973-1978, Undated

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2 32Equal Rights Amendment—Organizational Support1975-1978, Undated

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2 33Equal Rights Amendment—Post 1975 Defeat1975-1979, Undated

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2 34Equal Rights Amendment—Pro1974-1984, Undated

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3 1Exit Polls1996

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3 2Family—State of the Family in America1980-1997

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3 3-5Family Values1986-1988

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3 6Food Crisis1973

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3 7-8Future—80s1975-1981

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3 9Future—Issues of the Seventies1974-1977, Undated

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3 10Future—Predictions on the World's Future1959-1980, Undated

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3 11GOP Breakthrough in New York City—Press Kit1959, 1961, Undated

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3 12Government Research, Bibliography1963

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3 13-14Harvard—Anthony G. Oettinger: Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence (C3I)1980

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3 15-16Harvard—Computers1977-1980, Undated

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3 17Harvard—Congress, New Technology Integration into Proceedings1980

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3 18Harvard—Dick Newstadt1980

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3 19Harvard—Foreign Affairs1979-1980

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3 20Harvard—Foreign TV Export1980

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3 21Harvard—General Information for Melich Fellowship1980

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3 22Harvard—Handouts1979-1980

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3 23Harvard—Ideas for Melich Study Group1976-1979

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3 24Harvard—Impact of Press on Politics1979-1980

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3 25-26Harvard—Impact of Television on Politics, "Equal Time"1976-1980, Undated

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3 27Harvard—Information Resources Policy Group1977-1980

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3 28Harvard—Institute of Politics Leadership Conference, May 8-9, 19871987-1990, Undated

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3 29Harvard—International1978-1980, Undated

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3 30Harvard—Iran1979-1980

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4 1-2Harvard—Melich Fellowship1979-1980

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4 3Harvard—Nieman Fellows1979

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4 4Harvard—Notes from Class on Telecommunications, Wyatt1979-1980, Undated

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4 5Harvard—People1980, Undated

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4 6Harvard—Regulation of New Media1979-1980, Undated

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4 7Harvard—Satellites1979-1980, Undated

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4 8Harvard—Stu Brotman, Publications and General Information1980

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4 9Harvard—Study Group Evaluations (Melich)1980

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4 10Harvard—Study Group, Guest Lecturer1979-1980, Undated

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4 11Harvard—Study Group—Impact of New Broadcasting Technologies on Politics1979-1980, Undated

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4 12Harvard—Technology1978-1980, Undated

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4 13Health Issues in 2000 Election2000

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4 14Kennedy Family Tragedies1963-1997

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4 15Long Island—Commerce and Industry1963

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4 16Melich Resumes1983-1996

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4 17New York City Arts and Culture1983-1993, Undated

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4 18New York City Arts and Culture—Reports to the Mayor, Information from Department of Cultural Affairs, misc.1983, 1992-1993

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4 19New York City Budget2000

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4 20-21New York City Charter Renewal1987-1988

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4 22New York City—General1972-1974, 1985

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4 23New York City—Handwritten Notes by MelichUndated

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4 24New York City Issues1973-1974, 1983

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4 25New York State Government—Privatization Moves1993 April

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4 26New York State Legislature1994-1995

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4 27New York State Legislature—Emphasis on Women's Issues1987-1988

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4 28New York State Legislature, Information on Sex Equity in Education1985-1987

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4 29New York State, Legislature/Legislation1990

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4 30New York state, Legislature/Legislation1991

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4 31New York State, Legislature/Legislation1992-1999

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4 32New York State Legislature/Legislation—Women1971-1974

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4 33New York State Legislature—Women1979-1986

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4 34New York State Legislature/Legislation—Women1982-1991

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4 35New York State Legislature—Various Issues Such as Abortion, Contraception, and Bias-Related Crimes1991-1992, Undated

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4 36-39New York State Welfare Take-Over (1-4 of 5)1973

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5 1New York State Welfare Take-Over (5 of 5)1973

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5 2New York Voter Guides1989, 1992-1993

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5 3New York Voter Guides1994, 1996-1997

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5 4New York Voter Guides1999, 2001-2002

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5 5New York Voter Guides2001 November 06

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Flat-File 1Newspapers About First Space Flight and Moon Landing1961, 1969

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Flat-File 2Newspaper About Moon Landing1961, 1969

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5 6Obscenity1973

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5 7Oswald Ganley Correspondence and Working Paper "United States-Canadian Communications and Information Resources Relationship and its Possible Significance for Worldwide Diplomacy"1979-1981

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5 8Overpopulation Trends (Newspapers)1976-1992, Undated

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5 9Panama Canal Opinions on Treaties1977, Undated

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5 10Persian Gulf U.S. Involvement1987

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5 11Philanthropy—General Information, Emphasis on Women1995-2000

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5 12-13Philanthropy—General Information on Organizations/People1986-1999, Undated

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5 14Philanthropy—Information on Various Organizations1973-1997

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5 15Population—Statistics and Problems1959-1998, Undated

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5 16Poverty in America (newspaper)1977-1992, Undated

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5 17Precinct Education Program—General Information1962

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5 18Print and Broadcast Media and the 1st Amendment1977-1981, Undated

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5 19Prisons in America1974-1976, 1990

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5 20Psychological Behavior (Newspaper)1976-1991

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5 21Race and Politics in the U.S.1992-1998, Undated

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5 22Reappointment—Research and General Information on Redistricting in New York1990-1992, Undated

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5 23Republican National Committee—News1968

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5 24Republican Party—Women1976

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5 25Right Wing—California1964

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5 26Right Wing—General Information and Views Towards Left1963-1970, Undated

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5 27-28Right Wing—Sixties1957-1969, Undated

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5 29Right Wing—Sixty-Four Election1964, Undated

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5 30Right Wing—Southerners1961-1964, Undated

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5 31Sales Tax1968

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5 32Scandals1989-1997

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5 33"Science and Government"1961

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6 1"Social Policy"1970-1971

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6 2Soviet Union1973

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6 3Tax Cuts—Federal Spending1986-1987

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6 4Technologies of the 80s1980-1981

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6 5Transborder Data Flows1979-1980

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6 6Vietnam1973

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6 7White House1974

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6 8-9Welfare—Proposed Welfare Cuts, News and Opinions1979-2002

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6 10Women Bios1962-2001

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6 11Women—Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women, IWRAW and UN1989-1990

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6 12Women and the Economy1987-1988

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6 13Women and the Economy1988-1994

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6 14Women Executive Appointments1983-1993, Undated

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6 15Women—Feminism1988-1999

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6 16Women George Dean—Campaigns to Elect Women to Congress1989-2003, Undated

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7 1Women Miscellaneous Information1980-1985

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7 2Women Miscellaneous Information1996

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7 3Women in Politics1993-1995, Undated

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7 4Women—Polls and Surveys1988-1989

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7 5Women's Reproductive Rights1991-1995

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7 6Women's Resources1985-1998, Undated

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7 7-8Women—Virginia Leadership Conference on the Economy1994 January 28-1994 January 30

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7 9"Women's Voices, A Report"1992

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7 10World Population1991-1994, Undated

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7 11World's Expo1967

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Flat-File 3World War I PosterUndated

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7 12Youth and Youth Conferences1957-1970
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Arranged alphabetically.
This series contains long-term runs of publications collected by Tanya Melich. The two most extensive publications are Hotline Weekly (1994-1997) and The Abortion Report (1992-1997). The Hotline Weekly collected and abbreviated news stories from television, magazine, and newspaper reports relating to politics and government. The Abortion Report was a daily listing of news stories specifically related to abortion, and would be useful for individuals looking to analyze the impact of abortion politics on the nation. The collection of The Abortion Report is not completely inclusive; some dates are missing. This series also contains The Body Politic (1993-1995), Campaign Insider (1997), The Defense Monitor (1984-2002), and Ramparts (1967-1970).
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1 1The Abortion Report, Vol. IV, No. 181992 August

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1 2The Abortion Report, Vol. IV, No. 10; Vol. 5, No. 124-1301993 December-1994 January

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1 3The Abortion Report, Vol. IV, No. 131-159; Vol. IV, No. 82-861994 February-1994 March, 1994 November

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1 4The Abortion Report, Vol. VI, No. 105-107, 119-1231994 December-1995 January

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1 5The Abortion Report, Vol. VI, No. 138-1481995 February

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1 6The Abortion Report, Vol. VI, No. 152-1711995 March

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1 7The Abortion Report, Vol. VI, No. 172-1831994 April

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1 8The Abortion Report, Vol. VI, No. 207, Vol. VI, No. 213-2271995 May-1995 June

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1 9The Abortion Report, Vol. VI., No. 235, Vol. VII, No.51995 July

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1 10-11The Abortion Report, Vol. VII, No. 12-311995 August

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1 12-13The Abortion Report, Vol. VII, No. 32-511995 September

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1 14-15The Abortion Report, Vol. VII, No. 52-701995 October

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1 16The Abortion Report, Vol. VII, No. 73-921995 November

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1 17The Abortion Report, Vol. VII, No. 93-1061995 December

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1 18-19The Abortion Report, Vol. VII, No. 111-1271996 January

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1 20-21The Abortion Report, Vol. VII. No. 128-1471996 February

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1 22-23The Abortion Report, Vol. VII, No. 148-1681996 March

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1 24The Abortion Report, Vol. VII, No. 169-189 (1 of 2)1996 April

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2 1The Abortion Report, Vol. VII, No. 169-189 (2 of 2)1996 April

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2 2-3The Abortion Report, Vol. VII, No. 190-2111996 May

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2 4-5The Abortion Report, Vol. VII, No. 212-2311996 June

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2 6-7The Abortion Report, Vol. VII, No. 233-VIII No. 91996 July

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2 8-9The Abortion Report, Vol. VIII, No. 11-311996 August

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2 10-11The Abortion Report, Vol. VIII, No. 32-511996 September

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2 12-13The Abortion Report, Vol. VIII, No. 52-731996 October

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2 14-15The Abortion Report, Vol. VIII, No. 74-921996 November

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2 16-17The Abortion Report, Vol. VIII, No. 93-1081996 December

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2 18-19The Abortion Report, Vol. VIII, No. 109-1281997 January

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2 20-21The Abortion Report, Vol. VIII, No. 129-1471997 February

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2 22-23The Abortion Report, Vol. VIII, No. 148-1671997 March

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2 24-25The Abortion Report, Vol. VIII, No. 168-1891997 April

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2 26The Abortion Report, Vol. VIII, No. 190-1971997 May

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3 1The Body Politic, Vol. 3, No. 10, Vol. 4, No. 11, Vol 5, No. 1-111993-1995

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3 2The Body Politic, Vol. 6, No. 1-111995

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3 3The Body Politic, Vol. 7, No. 2-111997

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3 4The Body Politic, Vol. 8, No. 1-5, Vol. 9 No. 1-41998-1999

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3 5Campaign Insider, Vol. 1, No. 1-61997

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3 6The Defense Monitor, Vol. XIII, No. 7-8, XIV, No. 101984-1985

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3 7The Defense Monitor, Vol. XV, No. 1-7, Vol. XVI, No. 1-61986-1987

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3 8The Defense Monitor, Vol. XVII, No. 1-5, Vol. XVII, No. 2-8, Vol. XIX, No. 1-91988-1990

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3 9The Defense Monitor, Vol. XX, No. 1-6, Vol. XXI, No. 1-6, Vol. XXII, No. 1-101991-1993

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3 10 The Defense Monitor, Vol. XXII, No. 1-9, Vol. XXIV, No. 1-91994-1995

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3 11The Defense Monitor, vol. XXV, No. 1-7, Vol. XXVI, No. 2-61996-1997

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3 12The Defense Monitor, Vol. XXVII, No. 1-2, Vol. XXVIII, No. 2-7, Vol. XXIX, No. 1-101998-2000

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3 13The Defense Monitor, Vol. XXX, No. 2-8, Vol. XXXI, No. 1-42001-2002

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3 14The Hotline Weekly, Vol. 1, No. 1-451994 September-1994 November

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3 15The Hotline Weekly, Vol. 1, Vol. 2, No. 1-81994 December-1995 February

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3 16The Hotline Weekly, Vol. 2, No. 9-111995 March-1995 April

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3 17The Hotline Weekly, Vol. 2, No. 24-331995 June-1995 August

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3 18The Hotline Weekly, Vol. 2, No. 34-421995 September-1995 October

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3 19The Hotline Weekly, Vol. 2, No. 43-Vol. 3 No. 41995 November-1996 January

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3 20The Hotline Weekly, Vol. 3, No. 5-121996 February-1996 March

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3 21The Hotline Weekly, Vol. 3, No. 13-251996 April-1996 June

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3 22The Hotline Weekly, Vol. 3, No. 26-341996 July-1996 August

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4 1The Hotline Weekly, Vol. 3, No. 35-471996 September-1996 November

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4 2The Hotline Weekly, Vol. 3, No. 48- Vol. 4, No. 4December 1996-January 1997

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4 3The Hotline Weekly, Vol. 4, No. 5-10February-March 1997

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4 4 Ramparts 1967 June-1967 September

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4 5 Ramparts 1968 January-1968 August

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4 6-7 Ramparts 1968 September-1968 October
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This series contains articles written by Tanya Melich as well as her master's thesis, "Youth Politics: A Study of Cliques Within the Association of New York State Young Republican Clubs, 1932-1959." There are copies of speeches she gave on various occasions. There is also information relating to Melich's editing work on an autobiography for Thomas E. Dewey. The materials relating to Dewey include two chapters of his autobiography, the transcript of a lengthy interview he conducted with reporter Harlan B. Phillips in 1957, and some background research on Dewey conducted by Phillips. Also included in this series are files related to a book Melich worked on for Dan Yankelovich in 1984. Melich interviewed David Cohen, Betty Friedan, George Lodge, Samuel D. Proctor, Leon Shapiro, and others for their comments on certain chapters of the manuscript. The David Cohen material includes several IBM magcards which were recorded text as it was typed onto paper with a typewriter. The cards could then be used to recall and reprint the text. There is a list of page numbers and their corresponding magcard numbers. The Yankelovich files also contain background research and early drafts of some chapters.
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1 1Articles1989-1990

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1 2Materials for Thomas E. Dewey Biography—Background Through 1923Undated

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1 3Materials for Thomas E. Dewey Biography—Chapter I1969

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1 4Materials for Thomas E. Dewey Biography—Chapter II1969

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1 5Materials for Thomas E. Dewey Biography—Correspondence and Memorandums1957

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1 6Materials for Thomas E. Dewey Biography—Excerpts From Michigan Paper 1859-19261959

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1 7-15Materials for Thomas E. Dewey Biography—Dewey interview with Harlan B. Phillips1957

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1 16Speeches1988

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1 17Speeches1991

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1 18Speeches1991

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1 19Yankelovich Background reading1982

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1 20Yankelovich Chapter 1-21985

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1 21Yankelovich Chapter 3-41985

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1 22Yankelovich Chapter 5-61985

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1 23Yankelovich First Drafts and Outlines1983-1984

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1 24Yankelovich First Drafts and Outlines1983-1984

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1 25Yankelovich Interview—Aspin1984

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1 26Yankelovich Interview—Betty Friedan1984

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1 27Yankelovich Interview—David Cohen1984

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1 28Yankelovich Interview—George Lodge1984

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1 29Yankelovich Interview—Leon Shapiro1984

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1 30Yankelovich Interview—Samuel D. Proctor1984

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1 31Yankelovich Manuscript1984

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1 32Yankelovich Notes1984

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1 33"Youth Politics: A Study Cliques Within the Association of New York State Young Republican Clubs, 1932-1959," Melich Thesis.1961

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2 1-2"Youth Politics: A Study Cliques Within the Association of New York State Young Republican Clubs, 1932-1959," Melich Thesis.1961