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Hugo A. Bedau Papers

1957-1984

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Hugo A. Bedau (Ph.D., Harvard, 1961) is a commentator, scholar, and activist for the abolition of capital punishment. He is a prominent spokesperson in the abolitionist movement and well-known for his scholarship and writing concerning the death penalty and the challenge to separate logical arguments from moral arguments.

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Bedau, Hugo Adam
Date Coverage:
1954-2005
Quantity:
36 cubic ft. (about 36 boxes)

Hugo A. Bedau (Ph.D., Harvard, 1961) is a commentator, scholar, and activist for the abolition of capital punishment. He is a prominent spokesperson in the abolitionist movement and well-known for his scholarship and writing concerning the death penalty and the challenge to separate logical arguments from moral arguments.

Bedau completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Redlands in 1949, did his graduate work at Boston University, and attained his doctorate in 1961 from Harvard University. [Who's Who in America. 62nd ed. 2008]. Before getting his doctorate, Bedau worked as an instructor and lecturer at Dartmouth College and Princeton University as his growing interest in death penalty issues led to an offer to serve on the Board of Directors of the American League to Abolish Capital Punishment. In 1961, Bedau completed the doctoral program and was soon hired as an Associate Professor at Reed College where he stayed from 1962-1966. During this time he published his first book, The Death Penalty in America: An Anthology (1962), that is currently in its 4th edition.

In 1966, Bedau was hired as Professor of Philosophy at Tufts University where spent the next thirty-three years as he helped found the Center for the Study of Decision Making. Among his scholarly work, Bedau is the author of the Courts, the Constitution and Capital Punishment (1977); Death is Different (1987); co-author, In Spite of Innocence (1992); editor, Civil Disobedience in Focus (1991); Current Issues and Enduring Questions (4th edition, 1996); co-editor, Capital Punishment in the United States (1976); and a contributor to many other volumes. He has also written books about writing such as Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing (2nd edition, 1996). His Romanell - Phi Beta Kappa lectures delivered at Tufts in the spring of 1995, were published by Oxford University Press under the title, Making Moral Choices. [Hugo Adam Bedau. Tufts Philosophy http://ase.tufts.edu/philosophy/people/bedau.shtml]. In addition, he has published hundreds of articles, essays, and commentaries on capital punishment.

In addition to his scholarship, Bedau has been active in the capital punishment abolition movement for many decades. He was the chairman of the board for the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty (NCADP) and a board member for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Massachusetts, the American League to Abolish Capital Punishment and several other organizations. He has also been a long time member of the Massachusetts Citizens Against the Death Penalty (MCADP) and an active member of such organizations as the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Amnesty International, the American Philosophical Association, American Association of University Professors, and the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy. Bedau has frequently testified before state and federal legislative committees as an expert on the issue of capital punishment and has advocated for Death Row inmates, such as Harold "Wili" Otey who was executed in 1994 in Nebraska.

Bedau married his second wife Constance Elizabeth Putnam in 1990. In 1992, she co-authored In Spite of Innocence with Bedau and Michael Radelet. [Who's Who in America. 62nd ed. 2008]. Bedau has four children from his first marriage: Lauren, Mark Adam, Paul Hugo, and Guy Anthony, as well as four grandchildren. [Who's Who in America. 62nd ed. 2008 and Hugo Adam Bedau. Tufts Philosophy http://ase.tufts.edu/philosophy/people/bedau.shtml]. After retiring from Tufts in 1999, Bedau has continued writing, speaking and working for the abolition of capital punishment.

On August 13, 2012 Hugo Bedau passed away at the age of 85. [New York Times Obituary. Last accessed September 24, 2012. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/17/us/hugo-bedau-philosopher-who-opposed-death-penalty-dies-at-85.html].

Chronology of Events :
1926Born in Portland, Oregon on September 23
1944Graduated from high school in San Francisco
1944Entered the Naval Officer Training at the University of Southern California
1949Received a bachelor's degree (summa cum laude) from the University of Redlands in California
1951Received a master's degree from Boston University
1952Married Jan Lisbeth Peterson Mastin (Divorced 1988)
1953Received a second master's degree from Harvard
1953-1954Instructor at Dartmouth
1954-1957Instructor at Princeton
1957-1958Danforth Fellow
1958-1961Lecturer at Princeton
1959Began serving on the Board of Directors of the American League to Abolish Capital Punishment (he served until 1972)
1961Received a Ph. D from Harvard, he also did graduate work at Boston University
1961-1962Liberal Arts Fellow in Law and Philosophy Harvard University Law School.
1962-1966Associate Professor at Reed College
1964Published his first book The Death Penalty in America. In 1997, a 4 th edition of the book was published.
1967-1997Professor of Philosophy at Tufts University
1969-1972President of the American League to Abolish Capital Punishment (Served until 1972)
1980Visiting Life Fellow at Clare Hall, Cambridge University
1981Served as Vice President of the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy.
1981Visiting Professor of Law at the University of Natal in South Africa
1984-1998Served on the Board of Directors of American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Massachusetts
1987Served as Vice President of the ACLU, Massachusetts
1988Visiting fellow at Wolfson College, Oxford.
1989Received the Abolitionist Award from the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty
1990Married Constance Elizabeth Putnam
1990-1993Chairman, Board for the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty (NCADP)
1994Visiting Professor of Law at University of Westminster, London.
1994-5Received the Phi-Beta Kappa Romanell Professorship in Philosophy
1997Received the August Vollmer Award from the American Society of Criminology
1997-1999, 2003-2004Honorary Research Fellow -Bantham Project- University of London

The Hugo A. Bedau Papers encompasses a lifetime of research, scholarship, and political activism regarding the issue of capital punishment. All items in this manuscript group were transferred to the University Libraries' M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives by Hugo A. Bedau in 2002 as part of the National Death Penalty Archive. The collection is arranged into four series: Series 1: Scholarship and Teaching; Series 2: Correspondence; Series 3: Advocacy Organization; and Series 4: Subject Files.

The Bedau Papers are a valuable resource to scholars, students and historians studying the controversial and politically volatile subject of capital punishment from 1955 -2002. The records in this collection reflect Bedau's commitment as a leading academic and activist challenging the fundamental legality of the death penalty. The entire collection, totaling nearly 37 cubic feet, contains Bedau's drafts, reprints, correspondence, writings and unpublished work, conference materials, newsletters, records from advocacy organizations, and capital punishment case files.

Series 1 is devoted to Bedau's scholarly writings including manuscripts, journal articles, book chapters, opinion pieces, and transcripts of testimonies Bedau gave to state and federal legislatures. Of note are unpublished works such as drafts, notes, studies, proposals, reports, conference papers, lectures, grant proposals and reports. This series also features Bedau and Michael Radelet's Miscarriages of Justice in Potentially Capital Cases including drafts, professional critiques, testimonies, correspondence, notes, and news clippings.

Series 2 contains a tremendous amount of correspondence with many of Bedau's colleagues such as: Anthony Amsterdam, William Bowers, Peggy Davis, Watt Espy, Gerald Gottlieb, David Kendall, Douglas Lyons, Philip Mackey, Michael Radelet, Marc Riedel, Victor Streib, Neil Vidmar, Marvin Wolfgang, and Franklyn Zimring. This series begins in 1957 and continues for Bedau's entire career.

Reflecting Bedau's work with abolition organizations, Series 3 contains minutes of meetings, project files, newsletters, press packets, correspondence, event and conference material for many abolitionist groups such as the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty (NCADP), Massachusetts Citizens Against the Death Penalty (MCADP), Amnesty International, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), and the Legal Defense Fund. The collection also contains various newsletters, press packets, correspondence, and information about many other regional organizations including: the Alabama Committee to Abolish the Death Penalty, Murder Victims Families for Reconciliation, Detention Ministry and the Colorado Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty.

Series 4 contains research material and newspaper clippings collected by Bedau and covers more than 40 years of capital punishment issues and cases of interest to him. This series closely follows Bedau's original arrangement schemes of organization by location, case and subject and contains a diverse collection of news clippings, journal articles, and court decisions.

The collection is organized as follows:

Series 1: Scholarship and Teaching, 1958-2002
Subseries 1: Journal Articles
Subseries 2: Newspaper/Magazine/Newsletter Articles and Essays
Subseries 3: Unpublished or Unidentified works
Subseries 4: Studies/Proposals/Reports
Subseries 5: Book Chapters
Subseries 6: Book Forwards/Postscripts
Subseries 7: Testimony
Subseries 8: Reviews
Subseries 9: Pamphlets
Subseries 10: Encyclopedia Entries
Subseries 11: Interviews and Memorabilia
Subseries 12: Lectures
Subseries 13: Course Resource Packets
Subseries 14: Conferences
Series 2: Correspondence, 1957-2002
Subseries 1: Individual
Subseries 2: Chronological
Subseries 3: Subject
Series 3: Advocacy Organization, 1958-2003
Subseries 1: National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty (NCADP)
Subseries 2: Massachusetts Citizens Against the Death Penalty (MCADP)
Subseries 3: Legal Defense Fund (LDF)
Subseries 4: State Public Defenders/ California Appellate Project (CAP)
Subseries 5: Other Organizations
Series 4: Subject Files, 1958-2002
Sub-Series 1: General Files
Subseries 2: Case Files
Subseries 3: Geographic Files
Subseries 4: Audio/Visual
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Series arrangement statement: SUNY will complete.

All items in this manuscript group were transferred to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by Hugo A. Bedau in 2002.

Processed by: John Grayshaw, April 2008 in 2008.

Collection record created by: Conversion and encoding by ArchProteus,

Published: 2015

EAD file created, 2014

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Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Hugo A. Bedau Papers, 1957-1984. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as [shortened name]).

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 6 cubic ft. (about 6 boxes)
This series contains drafts and reprints of the works of Hugo Bedau. They are organized first by format and then alphabetically by title. Formats include journal articles, newspaper articles, pamphlets, book chapters, lectures, and encyclopedia articles. Also included are materials related to various conferences Bedau attended.
This subseries contains drafts and reprints of journal articles written by Bedau.
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11"The 1964 Death Penalty Referendum in Oregon Some Notes from a Participant-Observer".Crime and Delinquency 1980 October

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12"American Populism and the Death Penalty: Witnesses at an Execution".Howard Journal of Criminal Justice 1994

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13"Bentham's Utilitarian Critique of the Death Penalty".The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 1983

nam_apap199-1.1_4

14"Bentham's Utilitarian Critique of the Death Penalty".The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 1983

nam_apap199-1.1_5

15"Berger's Defense of the Death Penalty: How not to Read the Constitution".Michigan Law Review 1983

nam_apap199-1.1_6

16Capital Punishment Issue of theAmerican Journal of Orthopsychiatry -- edited by Hugo Bedau and Chester Piece (see: Capital Punishment in the United States)1975 July

nam_apap199-1.1_7

17"Capital Punishment in Oregon, 1903-1964".Oregon Law Review 1965

nam_apap199-1.1_8

18"The Choice Between Imprisonment and Death".Albany Law Review 1990

nam_apap199-1.1_9

19"The Courts, the Constitution and Capital Punishment". (39 pages)Utah Law Review 1968

nam_apap199-1.1_10

110"The Courts, the Constitution and Capital Punishment". (39 pages)Utah Law Review 1968

nam_apap199-1.1_11

111"The Death Penalty as a Deterrent Argument and Evidence". Ethics 1970, also published as "Deterrence and the Death Penalty: a Reconsideration".The Journal of Criminal Law, Northwestern University1971

nam_apap199-1.1_12

112"The Death Penalty as a Deterrent Argument and Evidence". Ethics 1970, also published as "Deterrence and the Death Penalty: a Reconsideration".The Journal of Criminal Law, Northwestern University1971

nam_apap199-1.1_13

113"The Death Penalty in America -- Review and Forecast".Federal Probation 1971 June

nam_apap199-1.1_14

114"The Death Penalty: Yesterday and Today".Dickerson Law Review 1991

nam_apap199-1.1_15

115"The Death Penalty in America: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow".The Iliff Review 1988

nam_apap199-1.1_16

116"The Death Penalty in the United States: Background and Developments".Natal University Law Review 1981

nam_apap199-1.1_17

117"The Death Penalty: Social Policy and Social Justice". Arizona State Law Journal1977

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118"Death Sentences in New Jersey 1907-1960". (64 pages) Rutgers Law Review1965

nam_apap199-1.1_19

119"Death Sentences in New Jersey 1907-1960". (64 pages) Rutgers Law Review1965

nam_apap199-1.1_20

120"The Decline of Executive Clemency in Capital Cases".New York University Review of Law and Social Change 1990-1991

nam_apap199-1.1_21

121"The Execution of the Innocent".Law and Contemporary Problems 1998

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122"Felony Murder Rape and the Mandatory death Penalty: A Study in Discretionary Justice".Suffolk University Law Review 1976

nam_apap199-1.1_23

123"Furman's Wake in the Land of Bean and Cod".The Prison Journal 1974

nam_apap199-1.1_24

124"Greg v. Georgia and the 'New Death Penalty".Criminal Justice Ethics -- John Jay College1985

nam_apap199-1.1_25

125"How to Argue About the Death Penalty".Israel Law Review 1991

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126"Imprisonment vs. Death: Does Avoiding Schwarzschild's Paradox Lead to Sheleff's Dilemma?"Albany Law Review 1990

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21"The Minimal Invasion Argument against the Death Penalty".Criminal Justice -- John Jay College2002

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22"A Moral Reading of the Eighth Amendment".Thomas M. Cooley Law Review 1996

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23"The Nixon Administration and the Deterrent Effect of the Death Penalty".University of Pittsburgh Law Review 1973

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24"Objections to the Death Penalty from the Moral Point of View". Revue Internationale de Broit Penal1987

nam_apap199-1.1_31

25"The Problem of Capital Punishment".Current History 1976

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26"A Social Philosopher Looks at the Death Penalty"American Journal of Psychiatrics 1967

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27"Thinking of the Death Penalty as Cruel and Unusual Punishment". (52 pages)U.C. Davis Law Review 1985

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28"Thinking of the Death Penalty as Cruel and Unusual Punishment". (52 pages)U.C. Davis Law Review 1985
This subseries contains drafts and reprints of shorter published works written by Bedau.
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29"After the Killing Comes the Rage". The Boston Globe1989

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210"Are Mandatory Capital Sentences Inherently Discriminatory", the Jewish Advocate 1975

Also published as "Still Cruel and Unusual", The Nation, 1975.

nam_apap199-1.2_3

211"Capital Punishment: Pros and Cons".New York Newsday 1982

nam_apap199-1.2_4

212"The Case Against the Death Penalty".The New Leader 1959

nam_apap199-1.2_5

213The Case Against the Death Penalty".Georgia Journal of Corrections 1974

nam_apap199-1.2_6

214"A Condemned Man's Last Wish: Organ Donation and a 'Meaningful Death'".Hastings Center Report 1979

nam_apap199-1.2_7

215"Cruel and Unusual Punishment".Christian Social Action 1990

nam_apap199-1.2_8

216"Death in the Name of Law".Tufts Criterion 1982

nam_apap199-1.2_9

217"The Death Penalty and State Constitutional Rights in the United States of America"Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Newsletter 1986 November

nam_apap199-1.2_10

218"The Eighth Amendment the Death Penalty", The Bill of Rights Journal1987 December

nam_apap199-1.2_11

219Letter to the EditorReconstruction 1993

nam_apap199-1.2_12

220Miscellaneous Essays1959-1964

nam_apap199-1.2_13

221"Murder and the Death Penalty in the 1980s".MCADP News 1990

nam_apap199-1.2_14

222"New Life for the Death Penalty".The Nation 1976

nam_apap199-1.2_15

223"Playing a Lethal Lottery".City Issues -- Newsletter of Boston's Episcopal City 1990 Mission1990

nam_apap199-1.2_16

224"The Politics of Capital Punishment". theRecorder San Francisco1990

nam_apap199-1.2_17

225"The Politics of Death".Boston After Dark 1971

nam_apap199-1.2_18

226"The Politics of Death".Trial Magazine 1972

nam_apap199-1.2_19

227"Reflections on the Morality of the Death Penalty".The Defender -- New York State Defenders Association1986 July-1986 August

nam_apap199-1.2_20

228"The Right to Die by Firing Squad".The Hastings Center Report 1977

nam_apap199-1.2_21

229"Should We Let Gilmore Decide his own Fate?" Boston Globe1976 November

nam_apap199-1.2_22

230"SJC Voids State Death Penalty Statute; Legislature Mulls Constitutional Amendment".The Docket -- Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts1976

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231"Someday McCleskey Will Be Death Penalty's Dred Scott".Los Angeles Times 1987 May

nam_apap199-1.2_24

232"The Struggle for Law Reform".New Jersey State Bar Journal 1962

nam_apap199-1.2_25

233"Supreme Court Challenged by 8th Amendment Death Penalty Pleas".Jewish Advocate 1972

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234"What Price Exacting the Greatest Punishment?" by Hugo Bedau and Richard Moran.Boston Sunday Globe 1997

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235"We Prevented an Execution".New York World Telegram and the Sun 1960
This subseries contains drafts of works by Bedau and hand written notes which he may or may not have later published.
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nam_apap199-1.3_1

236The Right to Life and other Essays on the Death Penalty, 1967 proposal1967

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2378th Amendment Argument Essay Notes1972

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238"The Eighth Amendment, Human Dignity, and the Death Penalty", possibly unpublishedca. 1989

nam_apap199-1.3_4

239"The Death Penalty and the Right to Kill", unpublished1987

nam_apap199-1.3_5

240Notes on Capital Punishment Worldwideca. 1962

nam_apap199-1.3_6

241Notes on New Jersey History of Capital Punishment Research1958

nam_apap199-1.3_7

242Notes on New Jersey History of Capital Punishment Research1958

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243Notes1971

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244Notes1982-1983

nam_apap199-1.3_10

245Untitled article --Hands Off Cain Magazine Undated

nam_apap199-1.3_11

246Untitled article -- submitted toNJ State Bar Journal ca. 1958

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247Untitled essayca. 1959

nam_apap199-1.3_13

248Untitled journal article on Clemencyca. 1990

nam_apap199-1.3_14

249Untitled work -- possibly a postscript (original folder titled HAB epilogue)Undated
This subseries contains drafts of academic papers, grant proposals and reports. This subseries also features Bedau and Michael Radelet's Miscarriages of Justice in Potentially Capital Cases. This section includes: drafts, professional critiques, testimonies, correspondence, notes, and news clippings.
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nam_apap199-1.4_1

250Arbitrary Death Sentencing Research Project1972

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251"Capital Punishment in New Jersey: Documents and Studies" edited by Hugo Bedau1958

nam_apap199-1.4_3

252"Deterrence and the Death Penalty"1971

nam_apap199-1.4_4

253"Discretionary Sentencing and severity of Sanction". Research Proposal by Hugo Bedau, Bill Bowers, and John Flackett1974

nam_apap199-1.4_5

254"The Future of the Death Penalty the Need for a National Project in Social Science Research on Capital Punishment"1973

nam_apap199-1.4_6

31"The Future of Capital Punishment -- A Problem for Law and Social Science"1973

nam_apap199-1.4_7

32"Legislative Report: Should New Jersey Abolish Capital Punishment" WNTA Ch. 13 ABC Network, New Jersey1958

nam_apap199-1.4_8

33"An Inventory of Death Penalty Research Projects". Supplementary Report1973

nam_apap199-1.4_9

34Proposals to Foundations1973

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35"Social Science Research and the Death Penalty in America: An Interim Report". By Hugo Bedau and Elliott Currie1973

nam_apap199-1.4_11

36"Social Science Research and the Death Penalty in America: An Interim Report". By Hugo Bedau and Elliott Currie1973

nam_apap199-1.4_12

37"A Study of Murder and Capital Punishment in the United States"1961

nam_apap199-1.4_13

38"Worldwide Abolition of Capital Punishment, with special reference to Great Britain and Canada, 1965-1970"1971

nam_apap199-1.4_14

39Miscarriages of Justice in Potentially Capital Cases. Hugo Bedau/Michael Radelet Study -- Notes1985

nam_apap199-1.4_15

310Miscarriages of Justice, Correspondence1985-1987

nam_apap199-1.4_16

311Miscarriages of Justice, Response to Bedau-Radelet Death Penalty Study. Report to U.S. Attorney General by Stephan J. Markman1986

nam_apap199-1.4_17

312Miscarriages of Justice, "Protecting the Innocent: A Response to the Bedau/Radelet Study". Stanford Law Review. By Stephen Markman and Paul Cassell1988

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313-14Miscarriages of Justice, "The Myth of Infallibility: A Reply to Markman and Cassell". Stanford Law Review1988

nam_apap199-1.4_19

315Miscarriages of Justice, Other Versions of Bedau/Radelet Study1985-1988

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316-17Miscarriages of Justice, Media Response to Bedau/Radelet Study1985-1993

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318 Miscarriages of Justice 1993

Testimony before House and Senate Judiciary committees by Paul Cassell, April, July 1993. Testimony before US Senate by Hugo Bedau, Aug. 1993.

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319Miscarriages of Justice, "Erroneous Convictions in Capital Cases". By Michael Radelet and Hugo Bedau1995

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320Miscarriages of Justice, "Erroneous Convictions in Capital Cases". By Michael Radelet and Hugo Bedau1999
This subseries contains drafts of chapters on capital punishment that Bedau contributed to various books.
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321"Abolishing the Death Penalty Even for the Worst Murderers"1999

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322"Abolishing the Death Penalty in the United States: An Analysis of Institutional Obstacles and Future Prospects". Chapter inCapital Punishment by Peter Hodgkinson2003

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323"Capital Punishment". Chapter inMatters of Life and Death, edited by Tom Regan1980

nam_apap199-1.5_4

324"Capital Punishment". Chapter inMatters of Life and Death 2nd edition, edited by Tom Regan1985

nam_apap199-1.5_5

325"Capital Punishment". Chapter inMatters of Life and Death 3rd edition, edited by Tom Regan1992

nam_apap199-1.5_6

326"Capital Punishment". Chapter inThe Oxford Handbook of Practical Ethics, edited by Hugh La Follette2003

nam_apap199-1.5_7

327"The Death Penalty in the United States: Imposed Law and the Role of Moral Elites". Chapter inThe Imposition of Law 1979

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328"The Death Penalty in the United States". Chapter inCapital Punishment: Global Issues and Prospects edited by Peter Hodgkinson and Andrew Rutherford1996

nam_apap199-1.5_9

329"The Death Penalty, Longhorn Style". Chapter inInternational Yearbook on the Death Penalty edited by William A Schabas1996

nam_apap199-1.5_10

330"The Eighth Amendment, the Death Penalty, and Human Dignity". Chapter inHuman Dignity, the Bill of Rights, and Constitutional Values edited by Michael J Meyer and William A. ParentUndated

nam_apap199-1.5_11

41"Execution of the Innocent". by Michael Radelet and Hugo Bedau. Chapter inAmerica's Experiment with Capital Punishment Edited by James AckerUndated

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42"Fallibility and Finality: Type II Errors and Capital Punishment". Chapter inAdjudicating Death: Moral and Legal Perspectives on Capital Punishment 1987

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43"The Gravest Errors in Capital Cases: Convicting the Innocent". Chapter inFestschrift for Jan Stepan, Swiss Institute of Comparative Law1994

nam_apap199-1.5_14

44"How to Argue About the Death Penalty". Chapter inFacing the Death Penalty: Essays on a Cruel and Unusual Punishment edited by Michael Radelet1989

nam_apap199-1.5_15

45"How to Argue About the Death Penalty". Chapter inMorality in Criminal Justice 1993

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46"The Present Situation of the Death Penalty in the United States". Chapter in theDeath Penalty, 2nd Edition2002

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47"Reflections on Psychiatry and the Death Penalty". Chapter in theMosaic of Contemporary Psychiatry in Perspective Festschrift for Louis Jolyon West 1992
This subseries contains drafts of forwards and postscripts that Bedau wrote for colleagues' books.
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48Forward ofDeath Penalty for Juveniles? By Victor L. Streib1986

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49Forward ofLife in the Balance Procedural Safeguards in Capital Cases by Welsh S. White1984

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410Postscript ofVoices Against Death edited by Philip English Mackey1976
This subseries contains transcripts of expert testimonies on Capital Punishment that Bedau gave to various federal and state lawmakers.
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411California Legislature -- Assembly Criminal Justice Committee1973

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412U.S. House Judiciary Committee1972

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413U.S. House Judiciary Committee1978

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414U.S. House Judiciary Committee1982

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415U.S. House Judiciary Committee1986

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416U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee1981

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417New Jersey Assembly Judiciary Committee1958

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418New Jersey Capital Punishment Study Commission1972

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419New Jersey Legislature1976

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420New York, Assembly Codes Committee1972

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421Pennsylvania Testimony1973
This subseries contains drafts and reprints of scholarly reviews which Bedau has written about various works on Capital Punishment.
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422"Capital Punishment: The Literature Still Says No"1975

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423"Challenging The Death Penalty" 1974Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 1973

Review of Cruel and Unusual: The Supreme Court and Capital Punishment by Michael Meltsner.

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424"The Future of the Death Penalty in America" 1988

Contemporary Psychology. Review of The Ultimate Coercive Sanction: A Cross-cultural Study of Capital Punishment by Keith Otterbein and Capital Punishment and the American Agenda by Franklin Zimring and Gordon Hawkins.

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425"Life Under Sentence of Death". Crime and Delinquency. Review of Condemned to Die by Robert Johnson1982

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426"Toward a comparative Jurisprudence on Capital Punishment" Harvard Law Review 1984

Review of Judicial Review of the Death Penalty by David Pannick, 1982.

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427Untitled 1980 Ethics, University of Chicago 1979

Review of Capital Punishment: Crime and Morality of the Death Penalty by Walter Berns.

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428Untitled 1980 American Journal of Sociology 1980

Review of The Penalty of Death by Thorsten Sellin.

This subseries contains drafts and reprints of the ACLU pamphlet The Case Against the Death Penalty which Bedau wrote in 1973 and has updated four times.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-1.9_1

429"The Case Against the Death Penalty" ACLU Pamphlet1973

nam_apap199-1.9_2

430"The Case Against the Death Penalty" ACLU Pamphlet (revised 1977)1977

nam_apap199-1.9_3

431"The Case Against the Death Penalty" ACLU Pamphlet (revised 1977)1977

nam_apap199-1.9_4

432"The Case Against the Death Penalty" ACLU Pamphlet (revised 1984)1984

nam_apap199-1.9_5

433"The Case Against the Death Penalty" ACLU Pamphlet (revised 1984)1984

nam_apap199-1.9_6

434"The Case Against the Death Penalty" ACLU Pamphle (revised 1992)1992

nam_apap199-1.9_7

435"The Case Against the Death Penalty" ACLU Pamphlet (revised 1997)1997
This subseries contains drafts of articles which Bedau contributed to various encyclopedias.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-1.10_1

436"Capital Punishment"1985, 1988

nam_apap199-1.10_2

437"Capital Punishment".Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice 1983

nam_apap199-1.10_3

438"Capital Punishment".Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice 1983

nam_apap199-1.10_4

51"Capital Punishment"1983

nam_apap199-1.10_5

52"Capital Punishment"2000

nam_apap199-1.10_6

53"Capital Punishment"1983

nam_apap199-1.10_7

54"Death Penalty"1999
This subseries contains drafts and reprints of articles about Bedau and also contains awards Bedau received, pictures and other personal memorabilia.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-1.11_1

55Bibliography of Bedau's works on Capital Punishment1958-1961

nam_apap199-1.11_2

56Bedau MemorabiliaUndated

nam_apap199-1.11_3

57Memorabilia -- Pictures from Annual meeting of NCADP1987

nam_apap199-1.11_4

58Rough Justice -- The Death Penalty InterviewsUndated

nam_apap199-1.11_5

59"A Trial Interview: Hugo A Bedau"Trial Magazine, by Stephen Caswell1974

nam_apap199-1.11_6

510Draft of Caswell Interview1973
This subseries contains lectures and addresses that Bedau gave at various classrooms, meetings, and conferences.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-1.12_1

511Arbitrary Death Penalty Abolition in Massachusetts" Prepared for NCADP Meeting2000

nam_apap199-1.12_2

512Commission of Inquiry on the use of the Death Penalty in the United States1993

nam_apap199-1.12_3

513"Constitutional Issues Raised by Capital Punishment". Bill of Rights Seminar at Harvard Law School1962

nam_apap199-1.12_4

514"Crime, Capital Punishment, and Social Justice" Lecture for Symposium on Capital Punishment. Loyola University, School of Law1976

nam_apap199-1.12_5

515"The Current Status of the Death Penalty" ACLU Biennial Conference1974

nam_apap199-1.12_6

516"Death Penalty Exceptionalism, Texan and American" Lecture from conference on Texas and American Exceptionalism. University of Texas Law School2000

nam_apap199-1.12_7

517"Moral Arguments and the Death Penalty: Is Absolute Abolition a Tenable Policy". Lecture to Annual Meeting of Eastern Division, American Philosophical Association1996

nam_apap199-1.12_8

518"Moral Arguments and The Death Penalty: Is Absolute Abolition a Tenable Policy", Amherst College Conference1997

nam_apap199-1.12_9

519"Public Health and the Epidemiology of the Death Penalty" Lecture. Harvard Medical School Symposium1982

nam_apap199-1.12_10

520"Social Science Research in the Aftermath of Furman v. Georgia" American Society of Criminology1973

nam_apap199-1.12_11

521"Some Thoughts on the Current Status of the Death Penalty in the United States" Northeastern Regional Conference of NCADP1986

nam_apap199-1.12_12

522Third Annual Henry Schwarzschild Lecture 2001

Bedau - Keynote Speaker.

nam_apap199-1.12_13

523Lecture Notes1977-1995

nam_apap199-1.12_14

524Lecture Notes1977-1995
This subseries contains various capital punishment resources that Bedau shared with his students. There are also some materials not by Bedau.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-1.13_1

525Capital Punishment Study Resource1979

nam_apap199-1.13_2

526Capital Punishment Syllabi 1993

Some Syllabi not by Bedau.

nam_apap199-1.13_3

527Centre for Capital Punishment Studies. University of Westminster1995-1998

nam_apap199-1.13_4

528Centre for Capital Punishment Studies. University of Westminster1995-1998

nam_apap199-1.13_5

529Philosophy 010: Death Penalty in America. Tufts University, Course Resource Packet1997 Spring

nam_apap199-1.13_6

530Philosophy 010: Death Penalty in America. Tufts University, Course Resource Packet1998

nam_apap199-1.13_7

531Philosophy 010: Death Penalty in America. Tufts University, Course Resource Packet # 12001 Spring

nam_apap199-1.13_8

532Philosophy 010: Death Penalty in America. Tufts University, Course Resource Packet # 22001 Spring
This subseries consists of materials related to various conferences which Bedau attended, but does not include any works by Bedau.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-1.14_1

61American Academy of Religion (Chicago)1973

nam_apap199-1.14_2

62American Orthopsychiatry Association1977

nam_apap199-1.14_3

63Arizona State University1977

nam_apap199-1.14_4

64Congress of Corrections1956

nam_apap199-1.14_5

65Conference on the Death Penalty Tufts University1985

nam_apap199-1.14_6

66Deterrence Conference Bowling Green1976-1977

nam_apap199-1.14_7

67Florida State Conference1973

nam_apap199-1.14_8

68The Future of Habeas Corpus Conference, Harvard Law School1993

nam_apap199-1.14_9

69The Future of Habeas Corpus Conference, Harvard Law School1993

nam_apap199-1.14_10

610The Future of Habeas Corpus Conference, Harvard Law School1993

nam_apap199-1.14_11

611Interdisciplinary Conference on Capital Punishment, Georgia State University1980

nam_apap199-1.14_12

612Interdisciplinary Conference on Capital Punishment, Georgia State University1980

nam_apap199-1.14_13

613Interdisciplinary Conference on Capital Punishment, Georgia State University1980

nam_apap199-1.14_14

614International Law and the Abolition of the Death Penalty Conference -- Galway, Ireland2001

nam_apap199-1.14_15

615-17Jerry Gottlieb Conference Santa Barbara1967

nam_apap199-1.14_16

616Jerry Gottlieb Conference Santa Barbara1967

nam_apap199-1.14_17

617Jerry Gottlieb Conference Santa Barbara1967

nam_apap199-1.14_18

618Harvard Law School Conference1973

nam_apap199-1.14_19

619Harvard Law School, Wrongful Convictions Conference2002

nam_apap199-1.14_20

620Howard Law School Conference1976

nam_apap199-1.14_21

621Judicial Conference of the United States1989

nam_apap199-1.14_22

622National Conference on Capital Punishment1971

nam_apap199-1.14_23

623The Neuropsychiatric Institute at UCLA Conference1973

nam_apap199-1.14_24

624SUNY Albany Conference1998

nam_apap199-1.14_25

625Survey Research and the Death Penalty Conference -- Russell Sage Foundation, NYC1973

nam_apap199-1.14_26

626Symposium against the Death Penalty, Thomas M. Cooley Law School1996

nam_apap199-1.14_27

627University of California1973

nam_apap199-1.14_28

628University of California, Irvine Conference2002

nam_apap199-1.14_29

629University of Illinois1973

nam_apap199-1.14_30

630University of Pennsylvania1973

nam_apap199-1.14_31

631Williams College1972

nam_apap199-1.14_32

632Yale Law School Conference1973

nam_apap199-1.14_33

623Conferences1977-1989

nam_apap199-1.14_34

634Conferences1983-1989
Quantity: 4 cubic ft. (about 4 boxes)
This subseries contains correspondence organized alphabetically by name. Bedau corresponded with colleagues from other universities and colleges, researchers, students whom Bedau was mentoring or assisting, advocacy organizations, and with publishers regarding involvement with various literary projects. Correspondence includes communication with many of Bedau's colleagues including: Anthony Amsterdam, William Bowers, Peggy Davis, Watt Espy, Gerald Gottlieb, David Kendall, Douglas Lyons, Philip Mackey, Michael Radelet, Marc Riedel, Victor Streib, Neil Vidmar, Marvin Wolfgang, and Franklyn Zimring.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-2.1_1

11Anthony Amsterdam1972-1988

nam_apap199-2.1_2

12William Bailey1973-1988

nam_apap199-2.1_3

13David Baldus1983-1987

nam_apap199-2.1_4

14Herbert Blumer1973

nam_apap199-2.1_5

15William Bowers1972-1986

nam_apap199-2.1_6

16William Bowers/Glen Pierce1975-1976

nam_apap199-2.1_7

17Robert Buckout1974

nam_apap199-2.1_8

18Peter Buffum1973

nam_apap199-2.1_9

19David Chandler1973-1977

nam_apap199-2.1_10

110Elliot Currie1972-1973

nam_apap199-2.1_11

111Peggy Davis1973-1977

nam_apap199-2.1_12

112Benard Diamond1973-1975

nam_apap199-2.1_13

113Isaac Ehrilich1973-1975

nam_apap199-2.1_14

114Phoebe Ellsworth/Lee Ross1973-1984

nam_apap199-2.1_15

115Watt Espy1980-1985

nam_apap199-2.1_16

116Watt Espy/ Capital Punishment Research Project1985-1987

nam_apap199-2.1_17

117Tim Ford1973-1976

nam_apap199-2.1_18

118Brain Forst1974-1977

nam_apap199-2.1_19

119Richard Gelles/ Murray Straus1974-1975

nam_apap199-2.1_20

120Gilbert Geis1973

nam_apap199-2.1_21

121Jack Gibbs1973

nam_apap199-2.1_22

122Jack Gibbs/Maynard EricksonUndated

nam_apap199-2.1_23

123Daniel Glaser1973-1974

nam_apap199-2.1_24

124Arthur Goldberg Committee1973

nam_apap199-2.1_25

125Gerald Gottlieb1967-1986

nam_apap199-2.1_26

126Lee Hamilton1973-1977

nam_apap199-2.1_27

127Richard Jacoby1974

nam_apap199-2.1_28

128Ivan Jankovic1987-1988

nam_apap199-2.1_29

129C.H.S. Jayewardence1973-1974

nam_apap199-2.1_30

130David Kendall1973-1977

nam_apap199-2.1_31

131Rupert Koeninger1974

nam_apap199-2.1_32

132Lawrence Kohlberg/Donald Elfenbein1974-1976

nam_apap199-2.1_33

133Solomon Korbin1973

nam_apap199-2.1_34

134Alan Kringel1973-1974

nam_apap199-2.1_35

135Barry Krisberg1972-1973

nam_apap199-2.1_36

136-37Douglas Lyons1972-1973

nam_apap199-2.1_37

138Philip Mackey1971-1977

nam_apap199-2.1_38

139Philip Mackey/Research Project for MCADPUndated

nam_apap199-2.1_39

140James McCafferty1972-1973

nam_apap199-2.1_40

141John McCloskey1973

nam_apap199-2.1_41

21Barend v.d. van Niekerk1973-1977

nam_apap199-2.1_42

22David Pannick1981-1985

nam_apap199-2.1_43

23Peter Passell1974-1976

nam_apap199-2.1_44

24Michael Radelet1988

nam_apap199-2.1_45

25Marc Riedel1973-1977

nam_apap199-2.1_46

26Austin Sarat/Neil Vidmar1975-1976

nam_apap199-2.1_47

27Karl Schuessler1973

nam_apap199-2.1_48

28Jack Schwartz1973

nam_apap199-2.1_49

28AHenry Schwarzchild1983-1988

nam_apap199-2.1_50

29George Solomon1974-1975

nam_apap199-2.1_51

210Sheila Spaulding1973

nam_apap199-2.1_52

211Jan Stephan1974-1988

nam_apap199-2.1_53

212Murray Straus1973

nam_apap199-2.1_54

213Victor Streib1985-1988

nam_apap199-2.1_55

214Charles Thomas1973-1982

nam_apap199-2.1_56

215Charles Thomas/Samuel Foster1974-1975

nam_apap199-2.1_57

216Neil Vidmar1972-1977

nam_apap199-2.1_58

217Louis West1973-1975

nam_apap199-2.1_59

218Burton Wides1973-1974

nam_apap199-2.1_60

219Welsh White1973-1975

nam_apap199-2.1_61

220James Wilson1973

nam_apap199-2.1_62

221Edwin Wolf1963-1964

nam_apap199-2.1_63

222-23Marvin Wolfgang/Marc Riedel1972-1979

nam_apap199-2.1_64

224Wendy Wolfson1980-1981

nam_apap199-2.1_65

225Martin Yant/Plagiarism Case1991

nam_apap199-2.1_66

226Hans Zeisel1976-1988

nam_apap199-2.1_67

227Franklyn Zimring1973-1976
This subseries contains routine and general correspondence organized chronologically by year.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-2.2_1

228Correspondence1957

nam_apap199-2.2_2

229-30Correspondence1958

nam_apap199-2.2_3

231-33Correspondence1959

nam_apap199-2.2_4

234Correspondence1960

nam_apap199-2.2_5

235Correspondence1961

nam_apap199-2.2_6

236Correspondence1962

nam_apap199-2.2_7

237Correspondence1963

nam_apap199-2.2_8

238Correspondence1964

nam_apap199-2.2_9

239Correspondence1965

nam_apap199-2.2_10

240Correspondence1966

nam_apap199-2.2_11

241Correspondence1967

nam_apap199-2.2_12

242Correspondence1968

nam_apap199-2.2_13

243Correspondence1973-1974

nam_apap199-2.2_14

244Correspondence1978-1979

nam_apap199-2.2_15

245Correspondence1980-1982

nam_apap199-2.2_16

31-2Correspondence1983-1984

nam_apap199-2.2_17

33Correspondence1985-1987

nam_apap199-2.2_18

34Correspondence1988

nam_apap199-2.2_19

35Correspondence1989

nam_apap199-2.2_20

36Correspondence1990-1992

nam_apap199-2.2_21

37Correspondence1993

nam_apap199-2.2_22

38Correspondence1994

nam_apap199-2.2_23

39Correspondence1995

nam_apap199-2.2_24

310Correspondence1996

nam_apap199-2.2_25

311Correspondence1997

nam_apap199-2.2_26

312Correspondence1998-1999

nam_apap199-2.2_27

313Correspondence2001-2002
This subseries contains Bedau's correspondence with publishers and researchers regarding some of his publications. It is organized alphabetically by title of publication. The final section in this series concerns the Harold Otey case. Bedau was a strong advocate for freeing Otey. The correspondence includes letters to and from Nebraska's governor, Otey's lawyer, and Otey himself. Also included are academic works, a transcript of his commutation hearing and appeals and newspaper articles.Folders contain correspondence with publishers, researchers, etc.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-2.3_1

314 Capital Punishment in the United States 1976

Edited and Introduction by Hugo Bedau and Chester M. Pierce (See also: Capital Punishment issue of American Journal of Othopsychiatry, 1975).

nam_apap199-2.3_2

315 Capital Punishment in the United States 1977-1983

nam_apap199-2.3_3

316 The Courts, the Constitution, and Capital Punishment 1969-1970

nam_apap199-2.3_4

317 The Courts, the Constitution, and Capital Punishment 1975-1988

nam_apap199-2.3_5

318-21 Death Penalty in America 1959-1967

nam_apap199-2.3_6

322 Death Penalty in America 1967-1971

For 1971 revision.

nam_apap199-2.3_7

323 Death Penalty in America 1972-1978

nam_apap199-2.3_8

41Death Penalty in America (1979 revision)1979

nam_apap199-2.3_9

42-3 Death Penalty in America 1980-1991

nam_apap199-2.3_10

44-6 Death Penalty in America: Current Controversies 1997

nam_apap199-2.3_11

47 Death is Different 1985-1987

nam_apap199-2.3_12

48 Death is Different 1987

nam_apap199-2.3_13

49Debating the Death Penalty, 20032001-2003

nam_apap199-2.3_14

410-11 In Spite of Innocence 1992

nam_apap199-2.3_15

412 In Spite of Innocence 1992

nam_apap199-2.3_16

413 In Spite of Innocence 1993

nam_apap199-2.3_17

414In Spite of Innocence 2nd Edition2002

nam_apap199-2.3_18

415-16 Killing as Punishment: Reflections on the Death Penalty in America 2003

nam_apap199-2.3_19

417Harold Otey Case, Appeals for Clemency1995

nam_apap199-2.3_20

418-19Harold Otey Case, Correspondence1991-1992

nam_apap199-2.3_21

420"How Evidence Supports the Issues in Commutation Hearing of Harold Otey"1991

nam_apap199-2.3_22

421Nebraska Board of Pardons meeting concerning Harold Otey transcript1991

nam_apap199-2.3_23

422Harold Otey Case1993

nam_apap199-2.3_24

423Poetry of Harold Otey1985-1991
Quantity: 10 cubic ft. (about 10 boxes)
This series contains a diverse collection of material regarding Bedau's participation in many advocacy organizations opposing capital punishment. These organizations include: the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty (NCADP), Massachusetts Citizens Against the Death Penalty (MCADP), Amnesty International, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), and the Legal Defense Fund (LDF). Since Bedau was on the Board of many of these organizations, the folders contain the minutes of meetings, projects, events, and conferences.
This subseries contains chronologically arranged materials related to the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty including copies of the NCADP newsletter Lifelines, from 1981-1999.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-3.1_1

11NCADP1983-1985

nam_apap199-3.1_2

12NCADP1986

nam_apap199-3.1_3

13NCADP, Legislative Handbook1986

nam_apap199-3.1_4

14NCADP1987

nam_apap199-3.1_5

15NCADP1988

nam_apap199-3.1_6

16NCADP1989

nam_apap199-3.1_7

17-8NCADP1990

nam_apap199-3.1_8

19NCADP, Conference1990

nam_apap199-3.1_9

110NCADP, Survey of State Legislation1990

nam_apap199-3.1_10

111-12NCADP1991

nam_apap199-3.1_11

113NCADP, Conference1991

nam_apap199-3.1_12

114-15NCADP1992

nam_apap199-3.1_13

116NCADP, National Perspectives Portfolio1992

nam_apap199-3.1_14

117NCADP, "Stop It" Campaign1992

nam_apap199-3.1_15

118NCADP, Survey of State Legislation1992

nam_apap199-3.1_16

119-21NCADP1993

nam_apap199-3.1_17

122NCADP, Informational Bibliography on the Death Penalty1993

nam_apap199-3.1_18

123NCADP, Survey of State Legislation1993

nam_apap199-3.1_19

124NCADP1994

nam_apap199-3.1_20

125NCADP, Annual Report1994

nam_apap199-3.1_21

126NCADP, Survey of State Legislation1994

nam_apap199-3.1_22

127-28NCADP1995

nam_apap199-3.1_23

129NCADP, Annual Conference1995

nam_apap199-3.1_24

130NCADP, Brennan Project1995

nam_apap199-3.1_25

131NCADP, Board Meeting. Development Report1995 November 11-12

nam_apap199-3.1_26

21NCADP1996

nam_apap199-3.1_27

22NCADP1996

nam_apap199-3.1_28

23NCADP, Annual Conference1996

nam_apap199-3.1_29

24NCADP, 20th Anniversary Conference1996

nam_apap199-3.1_30

25NCADP1997

nam_apap199-3.1_31

26NCADP1997

nam_apap199-3.1_32

27NCADP1997

nam_apap199-3.1_33

28NCADP, Annual Conference1997

nam_apap199-3.1_34

29-10NCADP1998

nam_apap199-3.1_35

211NCADP, Annual Conference1998

nam_apap199-3.1_36

212NCADP1998

nam_apap199-3.1_37

213NCADP1998

nam_apap199-3.1_38

214NCADP1999

nam_apap199-3.1_39

215NCADP1999

nam_apap199-3.1_40

216NCADP, Board of Directors1999

nam_apap199-3.1_41

217NCADP, First Quarter Development Report1999

nam_apap199-3.1_42

218NCADP2000

nam_apap199-3.1_43

219NCADP2001

nam_apap199-3.1_44

220NCADP, Annual Conference2001

nam_apap199-3.1_45

221NCADP, Abolitionist Directory2001

nam_apap199-3.1_46

222NCADP Lifelines1981-May 1985

nam_apap199-3.1_47

223NCADP Lifelines1985 June-1988 August

nam_apap199-3.1_48

224NCADP Lifelines1988 September-1992 December

nam_apap199-3.1_49

225NCADP Lifelines1993 January-1998 December

nam_apap199-3.1_50

226NCADP Lifelines1999
This subseries contains chronologically arranged materials related to the MCADP.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-3.2_1

31-2MCADP1968-1969

nam_apap199-3.2_2

33MCARDP1981

nam_apap199-3.2_3

34-5MCARDP1982

nam_apap199-3.2_4

36MCARDP, Referendum1982

nam_apap199-3.2_5

37MCARDP, Resource Packet1982

nam_apap199-3.2_6

38MCARDP/MCADP1983

nam_apap199-3.2_7

39MCADP1984

nam_apap199-3.2_8

310MCADP1985

nam_apap199-3.2_9

311MCADP1983-1985

nam_apap199-3.2_10

312MCADP1988

nam_apap199-3.2_11

313MCADP1989

nam_apap199-3.2_12

314-15MCADP1990

nam_apap199-3.2_13

316MCADP, Speaker's Bureau1990

nam_apap199-3.2_14

317-18MCADP, Speaker's Packet1990

nam_apap199-3.2_15

319MCADP1991

nam_apap199-3.2_16

320-21MCADP1992

nam_apap199-3.2_17

322MCADP, Resource Packet1992

nam_apap199-3.2_18

323MCADP1993

nam_apap199-3.2_19

324MCADP1995

nam_apap199-3.2_20

325MCADP1996

nam_apap199-3.2_21

326MCADP1998
This subseries contains chronologically arranged materials related to the Legal Defense Fund, including the newsletter, Death Row UNITED STATES.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-3.3_1

41LDF Equal Justice Newsletter1970 June-1970 July

nam_apap199-3.3_2

42LDF, Conference1972

nam_apap199-3.3_3

43LDF Conference1972-1973

nam_apap199-3.3_4

44LDF, Research on change from mandatory to Discretionary Capital Punishment Statutes1973

nam_apap199-3.3_5

45LDF, Correspondence1973

nam_apap199-3.3_6

46LDF, Empirical Propositions in Furman1973

nam_apap199-3.3_7

47LDF1984-1990

nam_apap199-3.3_8

48Death Row United States1974-1975

nam_apap199-3.3_9

49Death Row United States1976-1977

nam_apap199-3.3_10

410Death Row United States1980

nam_apap199-3.3_11

411Death Row United States1981

nam_apap199-3.3_12

412Death Row United States1982

nam_apap199-3.3_13

413Death Row United States1983

nam_apap199-3.3_14

414Death Row United States1984

nam_apap199-3.3_15

415Death Row United States1985

nam_apap199-3.3_16

416Death Row United States1986

nam_apap199-3.3_17

417Death Row United States1987

nam_apap199-3.3_18

418Death Row United States1988

nam_apap199-3.3_19

419Death Row United States1989-1991

nam_apap199-3.3_20

420Death Row United States1992-1993

nam_apap199-3.3_21

421Death Row United States1994

nam_apap199-3.3_22

422Death Row United States1995-1997

nam_apap199-3.3_23

423Death Row United States1998-1999

nam_apap199-3.3_24

424Death Row United States2000-2001

nam_apap199-3.3_25

425Death Row United States2002-2003
Defenders/California Appellate Project (CAP). It was originally entitled the Death Penalty Update but its name was changed to the RECAP Newsletter in 1984. Also in this subseries are four copies of the Death Penalty Information Bank published in 1983, 1984, 2000-2001, and 2002-2003.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-3.4_1

51Death Penalty Update1982

nam_apap199-3.4_2

52-3Death Penalty Update1983

nam_apap199-3.4_3

54Death Penalty Update1984

nam_apap199-3.4_4

55-6RECAP Newsletter1984-1985

nam_apap199-3.4_5

57RECAP Newsletter1986-1987

nam_apap199-3.4_6

58RECAP Newsletter1989

nam_apap199-3.4_7

59RECAP Newsletter1990

nam_apap199-3.4_8

510RECAP Newsletter1994

nam_apap199-3.4_9

511RECAP Newsletter1995

nam_apap199-3.4_10

512RECAP Newsletter1996

nam_apap199-3.4_11

513-14RECAP Newsletter1997

nam_apap199-3.4_12

515RECAP Newsletter1999

nam_apap199-3.4_13

516-17RECAP Newsletter2000

nam_apap199-3.4_14

518RECAP Newsletter2001

nam_apap199-3.4_15

519Death Penalty Information Bank1983

nam_apap199-3.4_16

520Death Penalty Information Bank1984

nam_apap199-3.4_17

521Death Penalty Information Bank1998

nam_apap199-3.4_18

522Death Penalty Information Bank 2000

CD-ROM

nam_apap199-3.4_19

523Death Penalty Index 2002

CD-ROM

This subseries contains alphabetically arranged materials related to various advocacy groups including Amnesty International and the American Civil Liberties Union. There are also folders labeled "Various Organizations" which contains materials from many organizations including: the Alabama Committee to Abolish the Death Penalty, Murder Victims Families for Reconciliation, Detention Ministry and the Colorado Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-3.5_1

61Advocacy Organization ButtonsUndated

nam_apap199-3.5_2

62American Bar Association, "Resolution to Oppose the Death Penalty Internationally"1987

nam_apap199-3.5_3

63American Bar Association1997

nam_apap199-3.5_4

64American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Community Action Manual1968

nam_apap199-3.5_5

65ACLU, Correspondence1973-1991

nam_apap199-3.5_6

66ACLU, Deathwatch Newsletter1977

nam_apap199-3.5_7

67ACLU1983-1989

nam_apap199-3.5_8

68ACLU, the Case Against S.2391986

nam_apap199-3.5_9

69ACLU, Abolitionist Newsletter1997-2001

nam_apap199-3.5_10

610American Correctional Association1957

nam_apap199-3.5_11

611American Indians and the Death Penalty1988

nam_apap199-3.5_12

612American League to Abolish Capital Punishment (ALACP)1960-1969

nam_apap199-3.5_13

613ALACP1970-1971

nam_apap199-3.5_14

614ALACP, Financial Records1972-1976

nam_apap199-3.5_15

615American Philosophical Society2002

nam_apap199-3.5_16

616Americans for Effective Law Enforcement1973

nam_apap199-3.5_17

617American Society of Criminology1988-1991

nam_apap199-3.5_18

618Amnesty International, Handbook1977

nam_apap199-3.5.19

619-21Subseries 3.5.19: Amnesty International, Conference for the Abolition of the Death Penalty, Stockholm1977
622-23    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_1

  Amnesty International
1978-1980
624    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_2

  Amnesty International
1981-1982
625    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_3

  Amnesty International
1983-1986
626    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_4

  Amnesty International, Death Penalty Log
1983-1986
627    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_5

  Amnesty International
1987-1989
628    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_6

  Amnesty International, Death Penalty News
1988-1989
629    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_7

  Amnesty International
1990-1998
71    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_8

  Amnesty International, Death Penalty and Political Campaigns
1992
72    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_9

  Amnesty International United States, Death Penalty Mailing
1994 February-December
73    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_10

  Amnesty International United States, Death Penalty Mailing
1995 January-June
74    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_11

  Andrew Lee Jones Fund -- Assisting Lawyers for Justice on Death Row
1996
75    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_12

  Bruderhof Foundation
1996
76    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_13

  Bureau of Prisons
1961
77    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_14

  Citizens Against Legalized Murder (CALM), Death Row Census
1971-1972
78    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_15

  CALM, Newsletter
1971-1972
79    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_16

  Capital Report, Newsletter of National Legal Aid and Defender Association (NLADA)
1987 September-1991 November
710    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_17

  Capital Report, NLADA, Capital Report Index 2nd Edition
1991 November-1994 December
711    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_18

  Capital Report, NLADA
1995 March-1998 April
712    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_19

  Catholics Against Capital Punishment (CACP)
1980-2000
713    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_20

  CACP News Notes
1996-2005
714    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_21

  Center for Responsive Psychology
1977
715    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_22

  Centurion Ministries
1996-2004
716    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_23

  Citizens United for Alternative to the Death Penalty
1997
717    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_24

  Coalition to Keep Kansas Free of the Death Penalty
1986
718    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_25

  Colorado Coalition Against the Death Penalty Newsletter
1985-1989
719-20    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_26

  Committee for a "No" Vote on Question #6
1968
721    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_27

  Congressional Digest Corporation
1973
722    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_28

  Death Penalty Documentation Project, New York University Law School
1998
723    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_29

  Death Penalty Information Center (DPIC)
1990-1991
724    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_30

  DPIC
1993-2003
725    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_31

  DPIC, Thurgood Marshall Journalism Award
2002
726    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_32

  Death Penalty Reporter -- Newsletter of National College for Criminal Defense (NCCO), University of Houston
1980 September-1981 April
727    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_33

  Death Penalty Reporter, NCCO
1981 May-1981 August
728    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_34

  Fellowship of Reconciliation, Fellowship
2000 May-2000 June
729    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_35

  Hands Off Cain
1993-1998
730    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_36

  Illinois Committee to Abolish Capital Punishment
1959
731    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_37

  International Society for Criminology
1972-1974
732    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_38

  Massachusetts Council for the Abolition of the Death Penalty
1928
733    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_39

  Massachusetts Death Penalty Representation Committee
1989
81    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_40

  Moratorium Now/ the Moratorium Campaign
1998-2002
82    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_41

  Murder Victims Families for Reconciliation
1991-1995
83    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_42

  Murder Victims Families for Reconciliation
1998-2002
84    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_43

  National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers The Champion
1984 March, 1985 November
85    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_44

  National District Attorney's Association
1965
86    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_45

  New Jersey Council to Abolish Capital Punishment
1957-1963
87    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_46

  NYCLU
1972-1974
88    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_47

  New York Lawyers Against the Death Penalty -- Memorandum in Opposition to S.600/A.1070
1989
89    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_48

  New York State Bar Association
1989
810    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_49

  New York State Defenders Association The Defender
1986
811    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_50

  Northeastern Law Library
1973
812    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_51

  Russell Sage Foundation, Correspondence
1973
813    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_52

  Southern Coalition Report (Newsletter), Published by Southern Prison Ministry
1976-1990
814    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_53

  The Southern Poverty Law Center
1976-1977
815    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_54

  The Spangler Report, Newsletter of the Spangler Group-Massachusetts
1994-March 2000
816    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_55

  The Spangler Report, Newsletter of the Spangler Group-Massachusetts
2000 August-2001 July
817    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_56

  Supreme Judicial Court Historical Society of Massachusetts
1993-1996
817A    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_57

  Team Defense Project
1988
818    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_58

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1958
819    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_59

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1961
820    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_60

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1965-1967
821    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_61

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1969
822    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_62

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1973
823    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_63

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1974-1975
824    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_64

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1977
825    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_65

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1980-1985
826-27    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_66

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1986-1989
828-29    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_67

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1990
830-31    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_68

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1991
91-3    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_69

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1992
94-6    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_70

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1993
97-8    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_71

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1994
99    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_72

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1995
910-12    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_73

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1996
913-16    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_74

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1997
101-4    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_75

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1998
105-6    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_76

  Various Advocacy Organizations
1999
107-10    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_77

  Various Advocacy Organizations
2000
1011-12    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_78

  Various Advocacy Organizations
2000
1013-14    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_79

  Various Advocacy Organizations
2001
1015    

nam_apap199-3.5.19_80

  Various Advocacy Organizations
2002
Quantity: 16.79 cubic ft. (about 16.79 boxes)
This series contains news clippings, pamphlets, court documents, academic papers, bibliographies, reports, journals articles, and newsletters about capital punishment that Bedau devoted his life towards studying. Some of the material is organized by the name of the defendant in a capital punishment case; some is organized by state or country, and some is organized by subject. This series contains a diverse amount of media formats including VHS and cassette tapes.
This subseries contains various material organized alphabetically by subject. Topics include capital punishment as a deterrent, race, innocence and wrongful convictions.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-4.1_1

11Abolishment1959, 1997

nam_apap199-4.1_2

12Accomplices1984

nam_apap199-4.1_3

13Appeals1983-1984

nam_apap199-4.1_4

14Articles1955-1973

nam_apap199-4.1_5

15John Ashcroft2003

nam_apap199-4.1_6

16Capital Punishment1959-1962

nam_apap199-4.1_7

17Capital Punishment1980

nam_apap199-4.1_8

18Capital Punishment Bibliographies1968, 1971, 1987

nam_apap199-4.1_9

19Capital Punishment Bibliographies1971-1976

nam_apap199-4.1_10

110Capital Punishment Bibliographies1984-1987

nam_apap199-4.1_11

111Capital Punishment Bibliographies1992

nam_apap199-4.1_12

112Capital Punishment Cartoons

nam_apap199-4.1_13

113-14Capital Punishment Pamphlets

nam_apap199-4.1_14

115Capital Punishment Pamphlets, Opposing Viewpoints1974, 1986, 1991

nam_apap199-4.1_15

116Capital Punishment Reprints Catalogue1983

nam_apap199-4.1_16

117Capital Punishment Statutes1977

nam_apap199-4.1_17

118-19Clemency1963-1993

nam_apap199-4.1_18

120Clemency1996-1999

nam_apap199-4.1_19

121Consensual Executions1993-1998

nam_apap199-4.1_20

122Conservatives for Capital Punishment1983-1995

nam_apap199-4.1_21

123Cost of Executions1980-1995

nam_apap199-4.1_22

124Council of Europe

nam_apap199-4.1_23

125Dangerousness1983

nam_apap199-4.1_24

126Death Penalty Data Sources1973

nam_apap199-4.1_25

127Death Penalty Films1970-1996

nam_apap199-4.1_26

128Death Penalty Information Packetca. 1980

nam_apap199-4.1_27

21Death Row1972-2000

nam_apap199-4.1_28

22-3Death Row Lawyers1990-2001

nam_apap199-4.1_29

24Death Row Who's Who1967-1970

nam_apap199-4.1_30

25Death Row Writings1988-1990

nam_apap199-4.1_31

26Delays1960

nam_apap199-4.1_32

27-8Deterrence1971-1995

nam_apap199-4.1_33

29-11Deterrence -- Journal articles, Papers, etc.

nam_apap199-4.1_34

212Drugs1988-1995

nam_apap199-4.1_35

213Electrocution1976-1997

nam_apap199-4.1_36

214Espionage1985

nam_apap199-4.1_37

215Executions1977-1990

nam_apap199-4.1_38

216Execution Costs1983-1988

nam_apap199-4.1_39

217Expedition1983-1990

nam_apap199-4.1_40

218Fairness1983-1985

nam_apap199-4.1_41

219-20Federal Death Penalty1986-1996

nam_apap199-4.1_42

221Firearms and Murder1983-1989

nam_apap199-4.1_43

222Firing Squad1996

nam_apap199-4.1_44

223Gas Chamber1992-1996

nam_apap199-4.1_45

224-25Habeas Corpus1984-1996

nam_apap199-4.1_46

226Homicides1989

nam_apap199-4.1_47

227Inhumane1990

nam_apap199-4.1_48

228Innocence Protection Act2002

nam_apap199-4.1_49

229Institutional and Parole Conduct1987

nam_apap199-4.1_50

230International Extradition1989

nam_apap199-4.1_51

231Lou Jones1994-1996

nam_apap199-4.1_52

31Journal Articles (1867/1936)Undated

nam_apap199-4.1_53

32Journal Articles1950-1969

nam_apap199-4.1_54

33Articles

Journal Articles, 1970-1974 / News articles, 1971.

nam_apap199-4.1_55

34Journal Articles1971-1974

nam_apap199-4.1_56

35-6Journal Articles1972

nam_apap199-4.1_57

37Jurors1986-1995

nam_apap199-4.1_58

38-9Juveniles1983-2001

nam_apap199-4.1_59

310Legislative Research1973

nam_apap199-4.1_60

311-12Lethal Injection

nam_apap199-4.1_61

313Life and Death1991-1992

nam_apap199-4.1_62

314Life Imprisonment1983-1997

nam_apap199-4.1_63

315-16Mandatory Capital Punishment Statutes1973-1974

nam_apap199-4.1_64

317Mandatory Capital Punishment1983-1990

nam_apap199-4.1_65

318Mentally Retarded1989

nam_apap199-4.1_66

319Military Death Penalty1983-1996

nam_apap199-4.1_67

320Murder Etc1977-1998

nam_apap199-4.1_68

321Murder of Police Officers1976-1995

nam_apap199-4.1_69

322Murder/Suicide1973-1981

nam_apap199-4.1_70

323Murder Rate1970

nam_apap199-4.1_71

324National Death Penalty Media Project1990

nam_apap199-4.1_72

325News Articles Supreme Court1972

nam_apap199-4.1_73

326News Articles1976

nam_apap199-4.1_74

327-28News Articles1976-1978

nam_apap199-4.1_75

41News Articles1977-1979

nam_apap199-4.1_76

42Nixon asks Congress to Restore Death Penalty1973

nam_apap199-4.1_77

43Parliamentary Debates, (Abolition of the Death Penalty) Bill1964 December-1965 April

nam_apap199-4.1_78

44Parliamentary Debates, (Abolition of the Death Penalty) Bill1965 May-1965 August

nam_apap199-4.1_79

45Parliamentary Debates1965 October, 1973 January

nam_apap199-4.1_80

46Physicians1990-1997

nam_apap199-4.1_81

47Plea Bargains1975-1988

nam_apap199-4.1_82

48Police and FBI on Capital Punishment1960

nam_apap199-4.1_83

49Politics and Capital Punishment1988-1990

nam_apap199-4.1_84

410Politics1990-1995

nam_apap199-4.1_85

411Post Fowler Arguments1975-1976

nam_apap199-4.1_86

412Post Furman1973

nam_apap199-4.1_87

413Prison Homicide1980-1984

nam_apap199-4.1_88

414Prosecutors on Capital Punishment1972-1992

nam_apap199-4.1_89

415Public Executions England and America, 1763-18001987

nam_apap199-4.1_90

416-20Public Opinion1972-1994

nam_apap199-4.1_91

51-2Race1972-1994

nam_apap199-4.1_92

53Race1979-1986

nam_apap199-4.1_93

54Race1988-1996

nam_apap199-4.1_94

55Racial Justice Act1990

nam_apap199-4.1_95

56Rape1972-1975

nam_apap199-4.1_96

57Recidivism1967-1996

nam_apap199-4.1_97

58Referenda1992

nam_apap199-4.1_98

59Religion1959-1962

nam_apap199-4.1_99

510Religion1990-2001

nam_apap199-4.1_100

511Religious Pamphlets1955-1964

nam_apap199-4.1_101

512Religious Pamphlets1970-2000

nam_apap199-4.1_102

513Script, "Advocates" Death Penalty TV Show Transcript1973

nam_apap199-4.1_103

514Script, "The Death Penalty" James Lee1958

nam_apap199-4.1_104

515Script, "In the Valley of the Shadow" Gary McDonald1980

nam_apap199-4.1_105

516Survey Formca. 1960

nam_apap199-4.1_106

517Survey Research1967-1989

nam_apap199-4.1_107

518Terrorism1975-2002

nam_apap199-4.1_108

519TV Executions1973-1991

nam_apap199-4.1_109

520United Nations1959-1975

nam_apap199-4.1_110

521United Nations1973-1983

nam_apap199-4.1_111

522Vetoes1977-1994

nam_apap199-4.1_112

523Viewing Executions1991-1995

nam_apap199-4.1_113

524Violence Theories1973-1996

nam_apap199-4.1_114

525Wardens1991

nam_apap199-4.1_115

526Women1984-1998

nam_apap199-4.1.116

Subseries 4.1.116: Innocence/Wrongful Convictions
61    

nam_apap199-4.1.116_1

  Innocence
1977
62    

nam_apap199-4.1.116_2

  Innocence
1981-1983
63    

nam_apap199-4.1.116_3

  Innocence
1988-1990
64    

nam_apap199-4.1.116_4

  Innocence
1989-1998
65    

nam_apap199-4.1.116_5

  Innocence
1990-2002
66    

nam_apap199-4.1.116_6

  Innocence
1995-1999
67-8    

nam_apap199-4.1.116_7

  Innocence -- Journal articles, Papers, etc.
69-11    

nam_apap199-4.1.116_8

  Miscarriages of Justice
1940-1986
612    

nam_apap199-4.1.116_9

  Wrongful Convictions, 19th Century Cases
613-22    

nam_apap199-4.1.116_10

  Wrongful Convictions, Journal articles, Papers, etc.
Undated
This subseries contains material related to various capital punishment cases. They are arranged alphabetically. They contain newspaper clippings and court decisions.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-4.2_1

71Mumia Abu-Jamal Case1989

nam_apap199-4.2_2

72Salvador Agron Case1962

nam_apap199-4.2_3

73Earnest Aikens Case1971

nam_apap199-4.2_4

74Alvaro Alcorta Case1960

nam_apap199-4.2_5

75Timothy Baldwin Case1996

nam_apap199-4.2_6

76Kirk Bloodsworth Case1993

nam_apap199-4.2_7

77Elmer Branch Case1971

nam_apap199-4.2_8

78Charlie Brooks Case1982

nam_apap199-4.2_9

79Enfrid Brown and William Johnson Caseca. 1974

nam_apap199-4.2_10

710Enfrid Brown, John Clinkscales, and William Johnson Case1974

nam_apap199-4.2_11

711Ted Bundy Case1986-1990

nam_apap199-4.2_12

712Central Park Jogger Case2002-2003

nam_apap199-4.2_13

713Caryl Chessman Case1959-1960

nam_apap199-4.2_14

714John Clinkscales and William Johnson Caseca. 1974

nam_apap199-4.2_15

715Paul Crump Case1961

nam_apap199-4.2_16

715ADawson Five1973-1979

nam_apap199-4.2_17

716Dickerson Case1973

nam_apap199-4.2_18

717Martin Fitzpatrick Case1971-1973

nam_apap199-4.2_19

718James Foster Case1960

nam_apap199-4.2_20

719William Furman Case1972

nam_apap199-4.2_21

720Gary Gilmore Case1976-1977

nam_apap199-4.2_22

721Larry Griffin Case1995

nam_apap199-4.2_23

722Ducan Hansen Case1960

nam_apap199-4.2_24

723Bruno Hauptmann Case1982-1993

nam_apap199-4.2_25

724Donnell Johnson Case2000

nam_apap199-4.2_26

725Sylvester Johnson and Stanley Cassidy Case1964

nam_apap199-4.2_27

726Donald Ketchel and Thomas Sears Case1957

nam_apap199-4.2_28

727Edgar Labat Case1960

nam_apap199-4.2_29

728Richard Lapointe Case1992-1997

nam_apap199-4.2_30

729Leopold and Loeb Case1963

nam_apap199-4.2_31

730Sandra Locket Case1978

nam_apap199-4.2_32

731William Maxwell Case1967-1969

nam_apap199-4.2_33

81Timothy McVeigh Case1997-2001

nam_apap199-4.2_34

82Billy Moore Case1990

nam_apap199-4.2_35

83Lyman Moore Case1971

nam_apap199-4.2_36

84Robert O'Neil Case1975

nam_apap199-4.2_37

85Norman Redlich Case1963

nam_apap199-4.2_38

86Benjamin Reid Case1962

nam_apap199-4.2_39

87Jose Rodriguez Case1990

nam_apap199-4.2_40

88Ethel and Julius Rosenberg Case1968-1996

nam_apap199-4.2_41

89Sacco and Vanzetti Case1966-1992

nam_apap199-4.2_42

810John Spenkelink Case1979-1990

nam_apap199-4.2_43

811Stuart Case1990-1995

nam_apap199-4.2_44

812Walter Wood Case1979
This subseries contains material organized alphabetically by place. The first section is material related to the United States, the next is divided by individual state, and the third is about foreign counties.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-4.3_1

91United States1958

nam_apap199-4.3_2

92United States1959

nam_apap199-4.3_3

93United States1960

nam_apap199-4.3_4

94United States1961

nam_apap199-4.3_5

95United States1962

nam_apap199-4.3_6

96United States1963

nam_apap199-4.3_7

97United States1964

nam_apap199-4.3_8

98United States1965

nam_apap199-4.3_9

99United States1966

nam_apap199-4.3_10

910United States1967

nam_apap199-4.3_11

911United States1968

nam_apap199-4.3_12

912United States1969

nam_apap199-4.3_13

913United States1970

nam_apap199-4.3_14

914United States1971

nam_apap199-4.3_15

915United States1972

nam_apap199-4.3_16

916-17United States1973

nam_apap199-4.3_17

918United States1974

nam_apap199-4.3_18

919United States1975

nam_apap199-4.3_19

920-21United States1976

nam_apap199-4.3_20

101-3United States1977

nam_apap199-4.3_21

104United States1978

nam_apap199-4.3_22

105United States1979

nam_apap199-4.3_23

106United States1980

nam_apap199-4.3_24

107United States1981

nam_apap199-4.3_25

108-9United States1982

nam_apap199-4.3_26

1010United States1983

nam_apap199-4.3_27

1011United States1984

nam_apap199-4.3_28

1012United States1985

nam_apap199-4.3_29

1013United States1986

nam_apap199-4.3_30

1014United States1987

nam_apap199-4.3_31

1015United States1988

nam_apap199-4.3_32

1016United States1989

nam_apap199-4.3_33

1017United States1990

nam_apap199-4.3_34

1018-19United States1991

nam_apap199-4.3_35

111United States1992

nam_apap199-4.3_36

112United States1993

nam_apap199-4.3_37

113United States1994

nam_apap199-4.3_38

114United States1994-1997

nam_apap199-4.3_39

115-6United States1995

nam_apap199-4.3_40

117-9United States1996

nam_apap199-4.3_41

1110-12United States1997

nam_apap199-4.3_42

1113-15United States1998

nam_apap199-4.3_43

121-2United States1999

nam_apap199-4.3_44

123-7United States2000

nam_apap199-4.3_45

128-9United States2001

nam_apap199-4.3_46

1210-11United States2002

nam_apap199-4.3_47

1212Alabama1983

nam_apap199-4.3_48

1213Arkansas1989

nam_apap199-4.3_49

1214Arizona1985

nam_apap199-4.3_50

1215California1960-1963

nam_apap199-4.3_51

1216California, West's Annotated Penal Codes1970

nam_apap199-4.3_52

1217California, Death Penalty Proposition1972

nam_apap199-4.3_53

1218California1983-1989

nam_apap199-4.3_54

1219Connecticut, "Capital Punishment in Connecticut after Furman v. Georgia" 1973

Also transcript of Judiciary Committee, February 15, 1973.

nam_apap199-4.3_55

1220Connecticut1989-1990

nam_apap199-4.3_56

1221Delaware1958

nam_apap199-4.3_57

1222Delaware Supreme Court1972

nam_apap199-4.3_58

1223Delaware1985-1986

nam_apap199-4.3_59

131Florida Death Penalty1965

nam_apap199-4.3_60

132Florida Report on Capital Punishment1971

nam_apap199-4.3_61

133Florida, "Analysis of Political Attitudes towards the Death Penalty in the State of Florida", Amnesty International1986

nam_apap199-4.3_62

134Florida1983-1989

nam_apap199-4.3_63

135Georgia Capital Punishment1965

nam_apap199-4.3_64

136Georgia1983-1989

nam_apap199-4.3_65

137Idaho1989

nam_apap199-4.3_66

138Illinois Legislative Council1951

nam_apap199-4.3_67

139Illinois Legislative Council1954

nam_apap199-4.3_68

1310Illinois -- Death Penalty in Cook County, from 1977 through 19801984

nam_apap199-4.3_69

1311Illinois1984-1986

nam_apap199-4.3_70

1312Indiana1984

nam_apap199-4.3_71

1313Iowa1990

nam_apap199-4.3_72

1314Kansas1963

nam_apap199-4.3_73

1315Kentucky Capital Punishment1965

nam_apap199-4.3_74

1316Kentucky1983

nam_apap199-4.3_75

1317Louisiana1983-1988

nam_apap199-4.3_76

1318Maryland Report of Committee on Capital Punishment1962

nam_apap199-4.3_77

1319Maryland1984

nam_apap199-4.3_78

1320Massachusetts, "Analysis of Murder Convictions in Massachusetts 1900-1962"1963

nam_apap199-4.3_79

1321Massachusetts1965

nam_apap199-4.3_80

1322Massachusetts1967

nam_apap199-4.3_81

1323-24Massachusetts Journal Articles1968-1982

nam_apap199-4.3_82

1325Massachusetts1970

nam_apap199-4.3_83

1326Massachusetts1971

nam_apap199-4.3_84

1327Massachusetts1972

nam_apap199-4.3_85

1328Massachusetts1973

nam_apap199-4.3_86

1329Massachusetts1974

nam_apap199-4.3_87

1330Massachusetts1975

nam_apap199-4.3_88

1331Massachusetts1976

nam_apap199-4.3_89

1332Massachusetts, Survey Research1976-1982

nam_apap199-4.3_90

1333Massachusetts1977

nam_apap199-4.3_91

1334Massachusetts1978

nam_apap199-4.3_92

1335Massachusetts1979

nam_apap199-4.3_93

1336Massachusetts1980

nam_apap199-4.3_94

1337Massachusetts1982

nam_apap199-4.3_95

1338Massachusetts1983

nam_apap199-4.3_96

1339Massachusetts1984

nam_apap199-4.3_97

1340Massachusetts1985

nam_apap199-4.3_98

1341Massachusetts1986

nam_apap199-4.3_99

1342Massachusetts1989

nam_apap199-4.3_100

1343Massachusetts1990

nam_apap199-4.3_101

141Massachusetts1991

nam_apap199-4.3_102

142Massachusetts1992

nam_apap199-4.3_103

143-4Massachusetts1994

nam_apap199-4.3_104

145Massachusetts1996

nam_apap199-4.3_105

146Massachusetts1997

nam_apap199-4.3_106

147Massachusetts1999

nam_apap199-4.3_107

148Massachusetts2000-2001

nam_apap199-4.3_108

149Massachusetts, SJC Advisory Opinion

nam_apap199-4.3_109

1410Michigan1982-1999

nam_apap199-4.3_110

1411Minnesota1988

nam_apap199-4.3_111

1412Mississippi1982-1989

nam_apap199-4.3_112

1413Nebraska1977-1984

nam_apap199-4.3_113

1414New Jersey Report on Capital Punishment1908

nam_apap199-4.3_114

1415New Jersey, Capital Punishment in New Jersey, 1664-19501951

nam_apap199-4.3_115

1416New Jersey Public Hearing1957

nam_apap199-4.3_116

1417New Jersey Testimony before Assembly Judiciary Committee1958

nam_apap199-4.3_117

1418-19New Jersey1958

nam_apap199-4.3_118

1420New Jersey1959

nam_apap199-4.3_119

1421New Jersey1960

nam_apap199-4.3_120

1422New Jersey Parole Board1960-1961

nam_apap199-4.3_121

1423New Jersey Report on Capital Punishment1964

nam_apap199-4.3_122

1424New Jersey Public Hearing1964

nam_apap199-4.3_123

1425New Jersey Capital Punishment1971

nam_apap199-4.3_124

1426New Jersey Public Hearing before Judiciary Committee1972

nam_apap199-4.3_125

1427-28New Jersey Policy Conference Report1992

nam_apap199-4.3_126

151New York1939

nam_apap199-4.3_127

152New York State Special Report on Capital Punishment1965

nam_apap199-4.3_128

153New York Brief urging Abolition of Capital Punishment1962

nam_apap199-4.3_129

154New York1984

nam_apap199-4.3_130

155New York1990-1995

nam_apap199-4.3_131

156North Carolina1977, 1990

nam_apap199-4.3_132

157North Carolina Race and the Death Penalty2001

nam_apap199-4.3_133

158Ohio Capital Punishment1961

nam_apap199-4.3_134

159Ohio "Capital Punishment Legislative Implications of U.S. Supreme Court Decision Furman v. Georgia"1972

nam_apap199-4.3_135

1510Oklahoma1976

nam_apap199-4.3_136

1511Oregon1964

nam_apap199-4.3_137

1512Pennsylvania -- Home Town Hangings in the County Jails of Pennsylvania, 1834-1913ca. 1960

nam_apap199-4.3_138

1513Pennsylvania Report of the Joint Legislative Committee on Capital Punishment1961

nam_apap199-4.3_139

1514Pennsylvania History of Executions and Commutations, 1915-19621962

nam_apap199-4.3_140

1515Pennsylvania -- Sentencing of First Degree Murders in Pennsylvania, 1960-19721972

nam_apap199-4.3_141

1516Pennsylvania Governor's Report on Capital Punishment1973

nam_apap199-4.3_142

1517Pennsylvania -- List of Executions1834-1916

nam_apap199-4.3_143

1518Rhode Island1978-1979

nam_apap199-4.3_144

1519South Carolina Death Penalty Report1974

nam_apap199-4.3_145

1520Tennessee1981

nam_apap199-4.3_146

1521Texas1976-1989

nam_apap199-4.3_147

1522Texas1990

nam_apap199-4.3_148

1523Texas, Representation in Capital Cases in Texas1993

nam_apap199-4.3_149

1524Texas, Death Penalty in Texas, Texas Civil Rights Project2000

nam_apap199-4.3_150

1525Utah1978

nam_apap199-4.3_151

1526Vermont1974

nam_apap199-4.3_152

1527Washington1960, 1989

nam_apap199-4.3_153

1528Wisconsin Capital Punishment1962

nam_apap199-4.3_154

1529Wisconsin, "The Death Penalty: Legal Status Since Furman"1973

nam_apap199-4.3_155

1530Wyoming1990

nam_apap199-4.3_156

1531Brazil1989

nam_apap199-4.3_157

1532Canada1973-1986

nam_apap199-4.3_158

1533Chile1984

nam_apap199-4.3_159

1534China1983-1986

nam_apap199-4.3_160

1535Czechoslovakia1984

nam_apap199-4.3_161

1536Egypt1989

nam_apap199-4.3_162

1537France1983

nam_apap199-4.3_163

1538Germany1981-1984

nam_apap199-4.3_164

1539Ghana1986

nam_apap199-4.3_165

1540Great Britain1973-1983

nam_apap199-4.3_166

1541Grenada1986

nam_apap199-4.3_167

1542Guinea-Bissau1986

nam_apap199-4.3_168

1543Holland1983

nam_apap199-4.3_169

1544India1983-1989

nam_apap199-4.3_170

1545Indonesia

nam_apap199-4.3_171

1546Iran1983-1989

nam_apap199-4.3_172

1547Israel1984-1988

nam_apap199-4.3_173

1548Jamaica1984

nam_apap199-4.3_174

1549Japan1983-1990

nam_apap199-4.3_175

1550Lebanon1984-1986

nam_apap199-4.3_176

1551Liberia1984

nam_apap199-4.3_177

1552Libya1988

nam_apap199-4.3_178

1553Malaysia1986-1989

nam_apap199-4.3_179

1554Namibia1989

nam_apap199-4.3_180

1555Nigeria1984

nam_apap199-4.3_181

1556Pakistan1985

nam_apap199-4.3_182

1557Philippines1984

nam_apap199-4.3_183

1558Romania1974, 1990

nam_apap199-4.3_184

1559South Africa1983-1989

nam_apap199-4.3_185

1560Soviet Union1983-1989

nam_apap199-4.3_186

1561Spain1983

nam_apap199-4.3_187

1562Syria1985

nam_apap199-4.3_188

1563Thailand1986

nam_apap199-4.3_189

1564Turkey1984

nam_apap199-4.3_190

1565Vietnam1985

nam_apap199-4.3_191

1566Yugoslavia1986

nam_apap199-4.3_192

1567Zimbabwe1986

nam_apap199-4.3_193

1568International, General1971

nam_apap199-4.3_194

1569International, General1972

nam_apap199-4.3_195

1570International, General1974

nam_apap199-4.3_196

1571International, General1976

nam_apap199-4.3_197

1572International, General1977

nam_apap199-4.3_198

1573International, General1979

nam_apap199-4.3_199

1574International, General1980

nam_apap199-4.3_200

1575International, General1981

nam_apap199-4.3_201

1576International, General1982
This subseries contains VHS and cassette tapes on the subject of capital punishment.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap199-4.4.1

Subseries 4.4.1: Cassette Tapes1996, Undated
161    

nam_apap199-4.4.1_1

  "Execution by Reques", Kai Ryssdal
162    

nam_apap199-4.4.1_2

  Live From Death Row the Case of Mumia Abu-Jamal/ 14 Annual Socialist Scholars Conference
1996
163    

nam_apap199-4.4.1_3

  Public Radio, Execution Tapes
164    

nam_apap199-4.4.1_4

  Marketplace Death Penalty (four tapes)

nam_apap199-4.4.2

Subseries 4.4.2: VHS1993-2001, Undated
171    

nam_apap199-4.4.2_1

  A&E Investigative Reports: Death Penalty on Trial
172    

nam_apap199-4.4.2_2

  Capital Punishment
173    

nam_apap199-4.4.2_3

  Debate on Capital Punishment, William Homans Jr. Endowment
1996 November
174    

nam_apap199-4.4.2_4

  "Double Justice: Race and Capital Punishment", ACLU, NAACP and LDF
1993

     2 copies

175    

nam_apap199-4.4.2_5

  Headliners and Legends with Matt Lauer: Timothy McVeigh
2001 May
176    

nam_apap199-4.4.2_6

  MSNBC Investigates: Death Row Diary
2001 April
177    

nam_apap199-4.4.2_7

  MSNBC Investigates: "Mercy for a Murderer?"
2001 February
178    

nam_apap199-4.4.2_8

  MSNBC Reports: Witness to the Execution
2001 March
179    

nam_apap199-4.4.2_9

  Nightline
1993 November
1710    

nam_apap199-4.4.2_10

  Primetime Live Death Penalty Show
1711    

nam_apap199-4.4.2_11

  Procedure 769
1996 March
1712    

nam_apap199-4.4.2_12

  "This Week with Sam Donaldson and Cokie Roberts" Televised Executions
2001 April
1713    

nam_apap199-4.4.2_13

  Why in the World -- Capital Punishment
1714    

nam_apap199-4.4.2_14

  Witness to an Execution -- Aired on Hallmark Channel's "True North"
2001 August