Reminiscences, reports, correspondence, and other writings of members of Tolstovt͡sy communes in the Soviet Union, relating to the agrarian dissent movement of followers of Leo Tolstoy. Digital version also available.
Newsletters, reports, minutes, testimony, statements, and letters of advocacy, relating to efforts of the committee to influence Congressional legislation in the areas of peace, disarmament, military policy, civil rights, social policy, and the promotion of international understanding.
Pamphlets, leaflets, bulletins, newsletters, serial issues, reports, and press releases, relating to peace, disarmament, and anti-nuclear movements in the United States, Germany, and elsewhere in Europe.
Correspondence, writings, notes, conference materials, and printed matter, relating to the peace movement, personal dimensions of Soviet-American relations, and psychological aspects of international relations.
Correspondence, writings, memoranda, minutes, and printed matter, relating to the role of religion in American foreign policy, peace and disarmament movements, and activities of the World without War Council and the Ethics and Public Policy Center.
Bulletins, newsletters, pamphlets, reports, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to issues of international security and disarmament, international law regarding the oceans, and ecological movements in the United States.
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, studies, minutes, conference papers, financial records, grant proposals, curricular material, and printed matter, relating to education in the United States, international understanding, the promotion of study of foreign languages, analysis of the causes of conflict and war, and prospects for peace. Includes records of the American Forum's predecessor organizations, Global Perspectives in Education, and the National Council on Foreign Language and International Studies, and of the Center for War/Peace Studies.
Clippings, pamphlets, leaflets, newsletters, and other printed matter, relating to the peace movement in the United States, the Vietnamese War, disarmament, world peace, and American foreign policy in Central America.
Studies, reprints, and journal articles, relating to peace, international tension measurement, international organization, and voting patterns in the United Nations. Includes writings of Alan G. Newcombe and others.
Writings, correspondence, reports, printed matter, newsletters, conference material, photographs, video and sound recordings, and miscellany, relating to proposals to reform and strengthen the United Nations, and to efforts of the World Peace Through Law Center to promote international law as a mechanism for conflict resolution.
Newsletters, handbooks, leaflets, and ephemeral publications of government agencies, legal organizations, and political action groups, relating to military conscription in the United States. Collected by the Stanford Draft Counseling Office at Stanford University.