Institute For Defense And Disarmament Studies Records,1974-2007.

Collection Number: 8588

Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Cornell University Library


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies Records, 1974-2007.
Collection Number:
8588
Creator:
Quantity:
27
Forms of Material:
Audio recordings, computer media, videos, correspondence, printed materials, newspapers.
Repository:
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
Collection includes material relating to the Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign (NWFC), reports, correspondence, Democratic National Committee material, Political Action Committee (PAC) material, Randy Forsberg publications and speeches and a print copy of her PhD Thesis, IDDS publications, audio/video material, print copies of the Arms Control Reporter, other administrations files.
Language:
Collection material in English


The Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies (IDDS) was a nonprofit center, founded by Dr. Randall Caroline Forsberg, that studied global military policies, arms holdings, production and trade, arms control and peace-building efforts. It also ran educational programs on current and alternative policies.

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

Collection includes material relating to the Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign (NWFC), reports, correspondence, Democratic National Committee material, Political Action Committee (PAC) material, Randy Forsberg publications and speeches and a print copy of her PhD Thesis, IDDS publications, audio/video material, print copies of the Arms Control Reporter, other administrations files.
SUBJECTS

Names:
Forsberg, Randall.
Democratic National Committee (U.S.).
Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign.

Titles:
Arms Control Reporter.

Subjects:
Arms control.
Arms race.
Disarmament.
Military
Military policy.
Political action committees.


INFORMATION FOR USERS

Cite As:
Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies Records, #8588. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.

CONTAINER LIST

Container
Description
Date
Box 1
Reports from International Conferences about Euromissiles
1982-1983
Box 1
Information about anti-missiles movements in different European countries
1982-1983
Box 1
Correspondence with the European partner organizations
1982-1983
Box 1
Euromissiles political delegation project
1982-1983
Box 1
Europeace Tour 1983
1982-1983
Box 1
Lobbying
1982-1983
Box 1
IDDS Contacts/Mailing Lists
Undated
Box 1
Calendars, notebooks, address books
1980-1991, Undated
Box 2
Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign (NWFC) material
1981-1986
Box 2
Clippings public polls
Date unknown
Box 2
General elections, Democratic party
1982
Box 2
Freeze Newsletters from Vol.1 no.3 to Vol. 4 no.7
1981-10-1984-08
Box 3
Randall Forsberg’s US visits and international trips/talks
1988-1989
Box 4
Variety of IDDS administration materials
1980's
Including staff, visitors, marketing, press statements, seminars and correspondence
Box 5 Folder 1-17
State and Local Campaign, Freeze Voter ’84 (FV’84)
1982-1984
Box 5 Folder 18-40
Political
1984
National U.S organizations, electoral procedures, Democratic National Committee, Democratic Congressional Campaign, Political Action Committee (PAC)
Box 5 Folder 41-54
Correspondence
1983-1984
NWFC correspondence with local organizers, Democratic Candidates for Congress and correspondence regarding Freeze campaign
Box 5 Folder 55-66
National Committee Freeze Campaign
1983-1984
Box 6 Folder 1-19
National Committee Freeze Campaign
1983-1984
Box 6 Folder 20-24
Disarmament
1980-1984
Disarmament ideas, papers, proposals, clippers, pamphlets, UN disarmament
Box 7 Folder 1-10
Freeze materials
1980's
Clippings about the Freeze, Reagan on the Freeze, clippings on redbaiting, responses to redbaiting, international freeze climate, 5 continents peace initiative, Soviets proposals and attitudes, International Freeze – Stockholm conference
Box 7 Folder 11-15
Mixed materials: strategies and proposals
1980's
Box 7 Folder 16-86
Randall Forsberg’s trips/conferences
1982-1987
Box 8 Folder 1-12
Randall Forsberg’s trips/conferences
1982-1987
Box 8 Folder 13
Randall Forsberg’s trips/conferences
2002
Box 8 Folder 14
Randall Forsberg’s trips/conferences
2002
Contains grouping of folders
Box 8 Folder 15
Press materials/clippings about Randy Forsberg and Freeze
1980-1987
Contains grouping of folders
Box 8 Folder 16
Correspondence, newsclippings, President Bush
1978-1990
Contains grouping of folders; includes info-folder about a documentary project “To What End” 1988, folder about Randy Forsberg pre-Malta summit briefing for President George Bush 1989 and IDDS Briefing Paper 1987"
Box 8 Folder 17
Arms control
1981-1988
Contains grouping of folders; includes copies of Arms Control Today, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, ADIU Report (Armament and Disarmament Information Unit), 2 copies of paper “Defining and Implementing the FREEZE – Outline of Workshop" by Randall Forsberg
Box 8 Folder 18
Important speeches, including UN speech
1979-1982
Contains grouping of folders
Box 8 Folder 19
Mixed material
1978, 1979, 1984
Contains grouping of folders: newspapers clippings and articles (nuclear warfare, military budgets, civil defense, missile defense, nuclear proliferation, arms race overview); research about different topics; some speeches by Randy Forsberg
Box 8 Folder 20
Freeze materials
1979-1983
Contains grouping of folders; includes original IDDS Brochures 1981 – Freeze and Beyond: Confining the Military Defense as Route to Disarmament - original world policy summary, and papers by Matthew Evangelista, Mark Niedergang, and Forsberg
Box 8 Folder 21
Early speeches, lectures, photos
1979-1988
Box 8 Folder 22
Freeze research
1980-1984
Contains grouping of folders; includes early papers and speeches by Randy Forsberg
Box 8 Folder 23
"Verifying a comprehensive freeze", by Karl Pieragostini
1983
Contains grouping of folders
Box 8 Folder 24
Original copies of publications by the IDDS staff
1981-1984
Contains grouping of folders
Box 8 Folder 25
Statement of Randall Forsberg, “USSR is not ahead”
1982-03-31
Box 8 Folder 26
Mixed material
1979-1980
The Boston Study Group, A Zero-Based Approach to the FY 1980 Military Budget (2 copies), Revised version April 1979 (2 copies), Memorandum for President Jimmy Carter December 1979 (1 copy)
Box 8 Folder 27
"Military and Nuclear Policy Alternatives: Analytical Material"
1982
Box 8 Folder 28
"World Military RandD, Control of the Technological Arms Race"
1978-10
Box 8 Folder 29
"Current Manufacturing and Deployment of US Nuclear Weapon Systems"
1979-01
Box 9 Folder 1
Paper, "Nuclear Imperialists"
1979-09
Box 9 Folder 2
Paper, "A Peace Movement-Wide 'No New Nuclear Weapons' Campaign, To STOP the US-Soviet Nuclear Arms Race"
Date unknown
Box 9 Folder 3
Paper, "Deterrence vs. Disarmament"
1980
Box 9 Folder 4
Paper, "Public Attitudes Towards War and Arms"
1980-12
Box 9 Folder 5
Paper, "The Prospects for Arms Control and Disarmament, a View from Moscow"
1981-12
Box 9 Folder 6
Paper, "Strategy for a Concerted National Effort to Halt the Nuclear Arms Race" (first draft)
1980-08-25
Box 9 Folder 7
The Case for a Nuclear-Weapon Freeze
1982-03
Box 9 Folder 8
"Testimony at Ad Hoc Hearings on the Full Implications of the Military Budget held by Members of the House Armed Services Committee"
1982-04-01
Box 9 Folder 9
Press Statement of Randall Forsberg at the announcement of the bipartisan, joint House-Senate Freeze Resolution
1982-03-10
Box 9 Folder 10
Case study, "Freezing the Arms Race: The Genesis of a Mass Movement"
1983
Box 9 Folder 11-17
Randy Forsberg Working Papers, notes
1974-1979
Box 9 Folder 18-61
Randall Forsberg’s talks in the US and abroad
1982-1983
Box 10 Folder 1-7
Randall Forsberg’s talks in the US and abroad
1982-1983
Box 10 Folder 8-13
IDDS Old Correspondence
1980-1981
Box 10 Folder 14-29
Financial Reports
1984
Box 11 Folder 1-10
Fundraising
1984
Box 11 Folder 11-13
Original publicity materials for Freeze Voter 84
1984
Box 11 Folder 14-24
Information about Freeze Voter 84’ Board Members
1984
Box 11 Folder 25-26
Correspondence with National Peace Organizations (NWFC)
Date unknown
Box 11 Folder 27-59
Local contacts and correspondence
1982-1984
Box 12 Folder 1-46
Local Freeze Campaigns by State
1980's
Box 12 Folder 46-66
Information about US Congress members
1984
Box 12 Folder 67
Invitations to speak at Harvard, “Avoiding Nuclear War” Faculty Seminar series
1984
Box 12 Folder 68
Invitation - “New England First Strike/First Use”, Boston
1984-10
Box 12 Folder 69
Correspondence and invitation to University of North California
1984-10-08
Box 12 Folder 70
Invitation and correspondence regarding conference about “What steps to enduring peace?”
1984-08-29
Box 12 Folder 71
The Midwest March and Rally for Peace / Chicago Freeze Rally
1984-10-15
Speakers include Jesse Jackson, Helen Caldicott, Randall Forsberg and Herold Washington
Box 12 Folder 72
Meeting with the delegates of Dialogue for Peace: American and Soviet Cultural Exchange
1984-10-15
Box 12 Folder 73
In response to Republican Senator Shamie
1984-10-22
Joint Statement by Jerome Wiesner (MIT), George Rathjens (MIT) and Randall Forsberg (IDDS) regarding Republican Senator Shamie’s statement that the Soviet Union has a disarming nuclear first strike capability, 22 October 1984 (some materials about the first nuclear strike)
Box 12 Folder 74
Statement by Randall Forsberg at Midwest Freeze Rally, Chicago
1984-10-13
Box 12 Folder 75
Talk, "US Foreign and Military Policy 1985-89: Reagan v. Mondale"
1984-11-01
Box 12 Folder 76
Meeting in California
1984-11-20
Box 12 Folder 77
Australia
1984-11-20
UNGA 39: First Committee / Australian Explanation of Vote on the “FREEZE” resolutions, delivered by Ambassador Richard Butler
Box 12 Folder 78
Brooklyn Superintendents’ Symposium on “Living in a Nuclear Age"
1984-11-28
Randall Forsberg discusses what would be an appropriate role for schools in educating children for the nuclear age
Box 12 Folder 79
WGBH meeting with Alan F. Kay
1984-12-19
Box 12 Folder 80
WGBH, Zvi Dor-Ner, “The Nuclear Age”
1984-12-05
Box 12 Folder 81
Keynote speaker invitation, fifth National Freeze Conference in St. Louis
1984-12
Box 12 Folder 82
Sunday Dinners on Goals and Strategies for Peace, Arms Control and Disarmament
1985-12
Box 12 Folder 83
Past 1985 Engagements
1985
Box 12 Folder 84
Funders Conference on Central America, UN Plaza, NYC
1985-03
Box 12 Folder 85
Third Annual John and Elizabeth Baker Peace Studies Conference on Resolving Soviet-American Differences: How the Cold War Might End, Ohio University
1986-04
Box 12 Folder 86
FAS and BAS symposium
1985-01-02
Box 12 Folder 87
Testimony of Randall Forsberg
1985-07-16
Methodist Bishops’ Commission on the Nuclear Crisis and the Pursuit of Peace
Box 12 Folder 88
"The Freeze and Beyond", Conference on the Future of Arms Control
1985-08
Box 12 Folder 89
Greater Cleveland Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign
1985-11-23
Box 12 Folder 90
Talk, Harvard
1985-04-10
Box 12 Folder 91
IGCC Summer Seminar on Global Security and Arms Control, University of California
1983-06-23-1983-07-03
Box 12 Folder 92
Alternative Security Conference, Joyce Mertz-Gilmore
1985-09
Box 12 Folder 93
"From Hiroshima to Star Wars: The challenge of U.S. First Strike Policy, A New England Conference on New Directions for Peace Movement"
1985-10
Box 12 Folder 94
“Forty Years after Hiroshima: Lessons for the Future”, UCAM Educational Association
1985-11-14
Box 12 Folder 95
Talk on reducing risk of conventional war
1985-12-04
PAWSS Special Seminar Series, New Approaches to Peace and World Security
Box 12 Folder 96
Cross-Group Seminar: "Is our national defense consistent with global survival?"
1985-12-12-1985-12-14
Box 12 Folder 97
Conference: "Is Nuclear Disarmament Possible? Or Desirable?"
1987-04-11
Box 12 Folder 98
Third Sarnia Symposium
1987-03-18-1987-03-21
Box 12 Folder 99
Letter to Randy regarding meeting with students in Utah
1987-02-25
Box 12 Folder 100
Invitation - keynote speaker at California Conference of the University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation
1987-03-26-1987-03-28
Box 12 Folder 101
Talk, Program Corporation of America, Brigham Young University
1987-03-06
Box 12 Folder 102
Invitation from Joseph S. Nye
1987-02-20
Jr. Director of the Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University - meeting regarding preparation of a report for the Ford Foundation about independent institutions in the field of international peace, security, defense and arms control
Box 12 Folder 103
Conference: the Past and Future of International Security Studies, Kennedy School of Governance
1987-02-20
Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University
Box 12 Folder 104
IPIS conference
1987-01-30-1987-02-01
Box 12 Folder 105
Invitation from the Cornell November 11 Committee to speak at 1986 convocation
1984-07
Press reviews of the convocation and correspondence between Lisbeth Gronland and Randy Forsberg including the report regarding the Boycott of Star Wars Research Founds by University Scientists and Engineers
Box 12 Folder 106
Presbyterian Church Consultation on Arms Race
1986-11-08-1986-11-11
Held at Stony Point Center
Box 12 Folder 107
Luther College, OIKOS Conference: Building Global Community
1986-11-05-1986-11-06
Box 12 Folder 108
Invitation to lead an opening discussion and present paper on “Non-Provocative Defense”
1986-10-15
Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University
Box 12 Folder 109
Symposium on averting nuclear war
1986-09-26-1986-09-28
Box 12 Folder 110
MIT
1986-09-26-1986-09-27
Box 12 Folder 111
Talk, "Lifting the Shadow of Nuclear War"
1986-09-24
Cambridge Forum
Box 12 Folder 112
Randy Forsberg on ABC TV
1987-09-22
Box 12 Folder 113
Symposium, "Beyond deterrence: Avoiding Nuclear War"
1986-09-06
The Harvard - Weinberger-Forsberg Panel, an examination of the use of nuclear weapons, and what practical steps the US can take to avoid nuclear war, held at Harvard Kennedy School of Government
Box 12 Folder 114
Bradford University, consultation on non-nuclear alternative in Europe
1986-07-15-1986-07-18
Box 13 Folder 1
Talk, “No First Use of Nuclear Weapons”,
1986-06-20
Lawyers Alliance for Nuclear Arms Control, Inc.
Box 13 Folder 2
The Northfield Institute for a Global Future
1986-06-16-1986-06-21
Box 13 Folder 3
Meeting with Michael Randle
1986-06-09
Box 13 Folder 4
Project on Avoiding Nuclear War
1987-05-11-1987-05-12
Box 13 Folder 5
NGO Committee on Disarmament (at the UN headquarters)
1987-05-08
Box 13 Folder 6
Harvard ANW
1986-04-07
Outline of report on learning from experience with arms control
Box 13 Folder 7
Talk, “Nuclear Weapons: Only a Symptom”
1986-07-01
Box 13 Folder 8
Invitation to testify on New Zealand’s defense policy
1986-04
Box 13 Folder 9
Wisconsin Institute for the study of War, Peace and Global Cooperation, Conference
1986-04-19
Box 13 Folder 10
Ohio University, Department of History
1986-04-22
Box 13 Folder 11
Program Corporation of America, University of North Carolina
1986-02-04
Box 13 Folder 12
25th Anniversary Tribute to Peter, Paul and Mary
1986-02-25
The Free South Africa Movement
Box 13 Folder 13
Earlham College
1986-01-21
Box 13 Folder 14
Women’s Defense Dialogue with NATO
1987-05-31
Box 13 Folder 15
American Friends Service Committee talks
1986-04-18-1986-04-19
Box 13 Folder 16
The Nation’s 120th Anniversary Celebration
1986-03-18
Box 13 Folder 17
The Disarmament 2000: A Working Conference
1986-06-20-1986-06-21
Box 13 Folder 18
The National Mobilization for Justice and Peace in Central America and Southern Africa
1986-04-25
Box 13 Folder 19-28
IDDS correspondence
1986-1991
Box 14 Folder 1-11
IDDS correspondence
1990-1993
Box 14 Folder 12-15
IDDS correspondence
1981-1982
Box 15 Folder 1-12
IDDS correspondence
1983-1985
Box 16 Folder 1-4
IDDS correspondence
1985-1988
Box 16 Folder 5-15
Randy Forsberg’s trips
1988
Box 16 Folder 16-25
Materials related to Freeze Legislation
1982-1985
Box 16 Folder 26-41
Freeze Voter’84 campaign materials
1984
Box 17 Folder 1-6
Freeze Voter’84 campaign materials
1984
Box 17 Folder 7-13
FV’84 strategy
1984
Box 17 Folder 14-21
Correspondence, reports of trips, conferences, talks and other materials from Randall Forsberg’s years at SIPRI
1968-1974
Box 17 Folder 22
Forsberg’s 1997 PhD Thesis
1997
Box 17 Folder 23-30
Arms Control Marketing and Subscriptions
1970's-2000's
Box 18
Various audio and video materials
1980-2000
Includes some electronic copies of the Arms Control Reporter for 1990-2003
Box 19
Video materials
1980-2000
Box 20 Folder 1
Correspondence between Randy Forsberg (the IDDS) and the World Policy Institute regarding preparation of the Address to the Next President
1988
Includes copy of “Report to the Next Administration: Outline of the Main Arguments", plus copy of article by Stephen F. Cohen “Will We End the Cold War? The Next President’s Historic Opportunity"
Box 20 Folder 2
Correspondence regarding internship positions
1982-1983
Box 20 Folder 3
Correspondence related to Gender Gap Action Campaign
1984
Box 20 Folder 4
Correspondence regarding Randy’s review of Josh Goldstein’s book “Long Cycles”
1988
Box 20 Folder 5
Correspondence regarding TV series “Critical Condition”
1988-09-21
Box 20 Folder 6
Halt Trident II Missile Petition
1984-10
Box 20 Folder 7
Randy Forsberg’s endorsement of Harvest of Peace Resolution
1990-01
Box 20 Folder 8
Helsinki Watch, Union of Concerned Scientists letter of support for the USSR peace and disarmaments movements
1982-1983
Box 20 Folder 9
Letter from Daniel Ellsberg to Randy Forsberg regarding Independent Voices
1985-12
Box 20 Folder 10
Correspondence with INFACT (Infant Formula Action Coalition)
1984
Box 20 Folder 11
Correspondence with International Alliance of Atomic Veterans
1984
Box 20 Folder 12
Funding Proposal to create an Institute for Global Security Studies in Seattle, Pacific Celebration
1989
Box 20 Folder 13
International Expert Statement on German Unification
1990-06
Box 20 Folder 14
Program of IPIS conference
1987-01-30-1987-02-01
Box 20 Folder 15
Correspondence with Jobs with Peace Campaign regarding invitation for Randy Forsberg to become a member of the Advisory Board
1984-12
Box 20 Folder 16
Correspondence with “John Kerry for Senate”
1984-11
Box 20 Folder 17
Correspondence with the MacArthur Foundation regarding Randy’s Letter of Reference for Charles Meconis research proposal
1989-02
Box 20 Folder 18
Letter of protest - major crackdown on Moscow Independent “Peace Group to Establish Trust
1986
Box 20 Folder 19
Correspondence with National Gray Panther Committee
1984
Box 20 Folder 20
The National Mobilization for Justice and Peace in Central America and Southern Africa
1987
Box 20 Folder 21
National Referendum Ecuador, Central America
Undated
Box 20 Folder 22
Mobilization for Survival request for Randy’s endorsement of the Nuclear Free Cambridge Campaign
1983-10
Box 20 Folder 23
Open Letter to American People
1980
Box 20 Folder 24
Judy Pratt for Senate
1984
Box 20 Folder 25
Pro Peace the Great Peace March
1985-11-20
Box 20 Folder 26
The West German scientists’ initiative “Responsibility for Peace”
1989-01
Box 20 Folder 27
Safe Life on Earth
1984-05
Box 20 Folder 28
A Benefit for Science for the People
1984
Box 20 Folder 29
Proposal for the establishment of a Select Committee on Arms Control
1984-11
Box 20 Folder 30
Randy’s endorsement for the book “Understanding Nuclear Weapons and Arms Control”
1983-07
Box 20 Folder 31
Third UN Special Session on Disarmament (UN SSD III)
1988-05-1988-06
Box 20 Folder 32
Correspondence regarding Randy’s quote for the book “Beyond the Hotline”
Undated
Box 20 Folder 33
War and Peace Foundation, Petitions
1991
Box 20 Folder 34
Randy’s endorsement for the WILPF proposal to the UN Women’s conference in Nairobi
1984-1985
Box 20 Folder 35
Support of World Association for World Federation for Actions supporting Non-Aligned Movement’s Declaration and Meeting at the Hague on Strengthening International Law
1989-06
Box 20 Folder 36
Peace Forum of the Swedish Labor Movement
1982-04-19
Box 20 Folder 37
Press Conference, Randy’s Statement
1982-03-29
Box 20 Folder 38
Correspondence with Mary White from the Adult Education Committee
1982-03-13
Box 20 Folder 39
Correspondence regarding Randy’s talk at the North Shore Town Meeting on Nuclear War, Chicago
1982-03-21
Box 20 Folder 40
Guns or Butter II – a call for Human Survival, Conference in Youngstown
1982-03-20
Box 20 Folder 41
Senator Edward Kennedy statements
1982
Includes Randall Forsberg’s Press Statement at the announcement of the Bipartisan, Joint House-Senate Freeze Resolution, March 10, 1982
Box 20 Folder 42
Correspondence with Bob Moore, coordinator of the Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament at Princeton
1982
Box 20 Folder 43
Correspondence regarding a Proposal for an Educational Symposium on “Implementing the Freeze: A New Agenda for Arms Control”
1984-03-07
Box 20 Folder 44
Statement of Randall Forsberg, IDDS at the National Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign Conference
1982-04-26
Box 20 Folder 45
“Halting and Reversing the Nuclear Arms Race, A challenge to us all”, Northeastern University
1982-04-24
Box 20 Folder 46
Ohio Nuclear Weapons Freeze
1982
Includes information about June 12 peace demonstration
Box 20 Folder 47
Letter from the Seattle Religious Peace Action Coalition (SERPAC/CALC)
1982-04-30
Box 20 Folder 48
Letter from Joan Baez “Humanitas International”
1982-06-11
Box 20 Folder 49
June 12 March and Rally
Undated
Box 20 Folder 50
Plowshare Coffee House and Discussion Center
1982
Box 20 Folder 51
List of the Non-Governmental Organizations and Peace and Disarmament Institutions
Undated
Box 20 Folder 52
MacNeil-Lehrer
1982-06-17
Includes transcribed text of Reagan’s UN address before a Special Session of the UN GA on Disarmament
Box 20 Folder 53
1982 KICKOFF
1982
Box 20 Folder 54
Materials related to Bush Benefit, Washington D.C.
1989-11-20
Box 20 Folder 55
Press Release Statement by Randall Forsberg on briefing with President Bush
1989-11-20
Box 20 Folder 56
Jobs with Peace Campaign, The Conference: “The Urban Economy: Victim of Military Spending"
1981-10-03
Box 20 Folder 57
Correspondence regarding Randall Forsberg talk at the Columbia University
1981-09-30
Box 20 Folder 58
Correspondence regarding Randall Forsberg appearance at the Convention of the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America
1981-09-16
Box 20 Folder 59
Freeze Banquet commemorating the bomb of Nagasaki
1981-08-09
Box 20 Folder 60
Pax Christi, A memorial mass for victims of the Hiroshima-Nagasaki bombings
1981-08-09
Box 20 Folder 61
Geneva NGOs Urgent Action Conference
1981-08-05-1981-08-06
Box 20 Folder 62
Logo of the IDDS
Undated
Box 20 Folder 63
“The Prospects for Arms Control and Disarmament”, A view from Moscow, “Soviet Report” by Randall Forsberg
1981-12
Box 20 Folder 64
“The Future of Nuclear Arms Race” by Randall Forsberg - draft and final version
1981
Box 20 Folder 65
“A Functional Theory of Disarmament” by Randall Forsberg - draft
1983-07-13
Box 20 Folder 66
“US and Soviet Nuclear Forces in the 1980s: Un uncontrolled Arms Race, Moderate Arms Control or a Nuclear-Weapons Freeze?” By Randall Forsberg
1980-11
Box 20 Folder 67
"Ellsworth Air Force Base, South Dakota: A prime Nuclear Target" by Randall Forsberg
1979-1980
Box 20 Folder 68
“The Structure of US Military Spending” by Randall Forsberg
1979-1980
Box 20 Folder 69
"Call to Freeze the Nuclear Arms Race" by Randall Forsberg
1982-03-21
Box 20 Folder 70
Stop the Arms Race!, Christianity and Crisis
1981-11-25
Box 20 Folder 71
Symposium at Harvard
1986-09-05
Box 20 Folder 72
“Military policy obstacles to Disarmament”
1981-08-05
Box 20 Folder 73
“The Obstacles to a Stable Disarmed Peace and How to Set Our Priorities to Overcome Them”
1984-06-17-1984-06-19
Address by Randall Forsberg to Kiel Week Congress “God’s Peace to All People”
Box 20 Folder 74
“A Practicable, Medium-Term Program for Working toward Disarmament” by Randy Forsberg
1978-06-21-1978-08-17
Box 20 Folder 75
"Budget-cutting as a Toll of Disarmament" by Randall Forsberg
1978-05-03
Box 20 Folder 76
Military policy
1980-1982
Includes “USSR is not ahead” original draft
Box 20 Folder 77
Overall Assessment of the START Proposal by Randall Forsberg
1982-05-11
Box 20 Folder 78
Hearings and testimonies and FAS journals
1982-11
Box 20 Folder 79
The Case for a Nuclear-Weapon Freeze
1982-03
Prepared for a congressional debate with R. Burt
Box 20 Folder 80
“Stopping the Nuclear Arms Race” by Randall Forsberg
1983-01-13-1983-01-15
Box 20 Folder 81
“Defining and Implementing the Freeze”, Outline of Workshop by Randall Forsberg
1983-02-05
Box 20 Folder 82
Statement by Randall Forsberg at the Midwest Freeze Rally, Chicago
1984-10-13
Box 20 Folder 83
Randall Forsberg Address 20th Anniversary March on Washington
1983-08-27
Box 20 Folder 84
National and Regional Initiatives for Disarmament
1983-05-11-1983-05-13
Box 20 Folder 85
Nuclear Power and Nuclear Weapons, Critical Mass Conference
1978-10-06
Box 20 Folder 86
Some Ideas for Creating An Effective Disarmament Movement
1978-10-17
SIPRI/MIT/American Peace Directory, IWO meeting
Box 20 Folder 87
Copies of Publications about the FREEZE and Randy Forsberg
Date unknown
Box 20 Folder 88
“Theory proposed which might ease threat of war” by Randall Forsberg
1987-11-03
Box 20 Folder 89
Original “Deterrence vs. Disarmament” by Randall Forsberg
1978
Submitted to NYT, not published
Box 20 Folder 90
Original “Call to Halt Nuclear Arms Race” by Randall Forsberg
1979-12-19
Box 20 Folder 91
Original “Nuclear Imperialism” by Randy Forsberg
1979-09
Box 20 Folder 92
“Nuclear Weapons and the Permanent War Economy” by Randall Forsberg
1979-09
Box 20 Folder 93
“A Zero-Based Approach to the FY 1980 Military Budget" by Randall Forsberg and George Sommaripa
1979
Box 20 Folder 94
A Peace-Movement-Wide “No New Nuclear Weapons” Campaign to Stop the US-Soviet Nuclear Arms Race by Randy Forsberg
1979-11
Box 20 Folder 95
World Military RandD and Control of the Technological Arms Race
1978-10-10
Box 20 Folder 96
Current Manufacturing and Deployment of US Nuclear Weapon Systems
1979-01
Box 20 Folder 97
Letter to the Editor
1982-10-25
Box 20 Folder 98
Testimony of Randall Forsberg
1983-02-17
Box 20 Folder 99
Testimony of Randall Forsberg
1982-04-01
Box 20 Folder 100
Prepared Statement of Randall Forsberg at the Harvard Symposium on Beyond Deterrence
1982-04-01
Box 20 Folder 101
Hearing on Strategic Arms Control and U.S. National Security Policy
1982-05-11
Box 20 Folder 102
Randall Forsberg’s testimony at the “Women for a Meaningful Summit”
1987-12-04
Box 20 Folder 103
IDDS Press Release, “START Proposal Invites a Continued Arms Race” by Randall Forsberg
1982-05-10
Box 20 Folder 104
“A Nuclear Weapons Freeze and A Non-Interventionary Conventional Policy”, Nuclear Disarmament Conference
1980-09
Box 20 Folder 105
Photocopy of Randall Forsberg’s Article “A Nuclear Freeze and a Noninterventionary Conventional Policy”
1982
Box 21 Folder 1
Photocopy of the article “End and Nuclear Weapons Freeze” by Matthew Evangelista, Randall Forsberg and Mark Niedergang
1981
Box 21 Folder 2
Randy’s Article: “Worldwide Arms Cuts Are Possible”
1979-03
Box 21 Folder 3
Randy’s Article: “Opportunities for Reducing U.S. Arms”
1979
Box 21 Folder 4
Randy’s Article: "Disarmament Needs Strong Public Support"
1979-12
Box 21 Folder 5
“Military RandD: A Worldwide Institution?” by Randall Forsberg
1979
Box 21 Folder 6
“The Case Against A Rapid Deployment Force”, Opinion by Randall Forsberg
1980-06-03
Box 21 Folder 7
“Women and Military Policy-Making”
1984
Article based on a speech delivered by RF at Bernard College on November 4, 1983
Box 21 Folder 8
Photocopy of the Article: "What’s Happening to Our Country?" By Randall Forsberg
Undated
Box 21 Folder 9
“Call to Freeze Nuclear Arms Race”, Original WFUNA Bulletin, No: 21
1982-03
Box 21 Folder 10
“Stop the Arms Race” by RF
1982-01-18
Box 21 Folder 11
JFK School of Government Bulletin, “Beyond Deterrence: Avoiding Nuclear War in the longer run"
1987
Box 21 Folder 12
"Parallel Cuts in Nuclear and Conventional Forces” by Randall Forsberg
1985
Box 21 Folder 13
“Is a US-Soviet Nuclear-Weapons Freeze Possible?” By Randall Forsberg
1980-08
Box 21 Folder 14
"The Economic and Social Costs of the Nuclear Arms Race" by Randall Forsberg
1981-03-02
Box 21 Folder 15
RF statement before NGO Committee on Disarmament, UN Third Special Session
1988-06
Box 21 Folder 16
“Randall Forsberg on the Freeze”, Interview in the River Valley Voice
1983-05
Box 21 Folder 17
“Roundup on Press Coverage on INF” by RF and Chalmers Hardenbergh
1987
Box 21 Folder 18
“What about a Nuclear Freeze?” By Randall Forsberg
1983
Box 21 Folder 19
RF published works
Undated
Box 21 Folder 20
“Conventional Stability and Confidence Building Structure” Loccumer Protokolle
1988
Box 21 Folder 21
Joint Works: American Priorities In a New World Era, World Policy Institute Publication
1989
Box 21 Folder 22
“The Case for a Bilateral Nuclear Freeze” by RF and other publications related to Freeze
1982
Box 21 Folder 23
“Hands of Pacts Reduce Nuclear Threat” by Randall Forsberg
1987-10-06
Box 21 Folder 24
“We have to leave the past to prevent nuclear war” Harvard Symposium
1987-09-25
Box 21 Folder 25
IDDS papers
1984
Box 21 Folder 26
“A defensively oriented route to disarmament” by Randall Forsberg
1983-11
Box 21 Folder 27
The Distribution of World Military Funds by Region and Purpose, Main results
Undated
Box 21 Folder 28
Trip to USSR
Spring 1981
Contains statement by Randall Forsberg “To the Soviet Peace Committee and to the Soviet Press”
Box 21 Folder 29-48
Contain materials related to Randy Forsberg trips and talks at different places in the U.S and abroad
1981-1982
Box 21 Folder 49
Original, first IDDS brochure
1979
Box 21 Folder 50
Original, early letterhead
1979
Box 21 Folder 51
IDDS publications list
1981
Box 21 Folder 52
Press questionnaire
1983
Box 21 Folder 53
IDDS brochure drafts
1981
Box 21 Folder 54
Original IDDS brochure drafts/projects
Undated
Box 21 Folder 55
Portfolio press materials
1983
Box 21 Folder 56
Freeze articles in major newspapers
1982-03-1982-04
Box 21 Folder 57
Media/IDDS Press Conferences
1983
Box 21 Folder 58
Original, plus 1 copy of the paper: “Confining the Military to Defense as a Route to Disarmament” by Randall Forsberg
1984-06
Box 21 Folder 59
“Confining” reprint inventory
Undated
Box 21 Folder 60
“A Defensively-Oriented Route to Disarmament by Randall Forsberg”
1983-11
Draft with staff comments
Box 21 Folder 61
“A Defensively-Oriented Route to Disarmament" by Randall Forsberg
1983-11-07
Box 21 Folder 62
Booklet of pictures and speeches
1981-04-25
Support of a Mutual US-USSR Arms Freeze
Box 21 Folder 63
"The Freeze and Beyond, Confining the Military to Defense as a Route to Disarmament"
Winter 1984
Box 21 Folder 64
Randy Forsberg articles, reprints, correspondence
1983-1984
Box 21 Folder 65
Institute for Policy Studies, The Arms Race and Nuclear Weapons – A research project
1981-12
Proposal for funding, William M. Arkin, Fellow
Box 22 Folder 1
Copy of Freeze and Beyond in World Policy Journal
1984
Box 22 Folder 2
“Confining” Reprints, costs, title, ordering info
Date unknown
Box 22 Folder 3
Comments/ critiques of “confining” article
1984
Box 22 Folder 4
“The Deadly Connection” book correspondence
1985-03-19
Box 22 Folder 5
744 Scientific American Offprints: A Bilateral Nuclear-Weapons Freeze, by Randall Forsberg
1982-1983
Original copy, includes related correspondence
Box 22 Folder 6
“Confining” reprint
1984
Box 22 Folder 7
Draft of "A Defense-Oriented Route to A Stable, Disarmed Peace" by Randall Forsberg
1983
Box 22 Folder 8
Proposal for Base Support
1981-03
Box 22 Folder 9
Judith Reppy’s copy of the Program and Notes from 25th Anniversary Symposium for IDDS and Nuclear Freeze
2005-10
Box 22 Folder 10
APD: endorsers
Undated
Box 22 Folder 11
APD: reviews
1984
Box 22 Folder 12
Donahue mailing
1984-06
Box 22 Folder 13
Unidentified material
1984
Box 22 Folder 14
Guide: nuclear weap. Freeze
1984
Box 22 Folder 15
Freeze voter resumes
1985
Box 22 Folder 16
Kaplan, Jeremiah
Undated
Box 22 Folder 17-21
Originally unidentified loose material
Date unknown
Box 22
Print copies of the Arms Control Reporter
2001, 2006, 2007
Box 23
Tape cassettes of talks by Randall Forsberg
1982-1986
Box 24
Tape cassettes of talks by Randall Forsberg
1985-1990
Box 25
Print copies of the Arms Control Reporter
1982-1987
Box 26
Print copies of the Arms Control Reporter
1988-1994
Box 27
Print copies of the Arms Control Reporter
1995-2000