Swarthmore College Peace Collection

Consider the Alternatives Records, 1978-1994

Collection: DG 130




Contact Information

Swarthmore College Peace Collection
500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081-1399 U.S.A.
Telephone: (610) 328-8557 (Curator); Fax: (610) 328-8544
Email: wchmiel1@swarthmore.edu (Curator); URL: http://www.swarthmore.edu/Library/peace/


Descriptive Summary
Repository
The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is the official repository for these papers/records
Creator
Consider the Alternatives
Title
Consider the Alternatives Records
Inclusive Dates
1978-1994
Call Number
DG 130

Language of Materials
Materials in English
Extent
10.8 linear feet [papers only]
Abstract
Consider the Alternatives Productiom was established in 1972 by the Philadelphi a chapter of SANE, o conduct educational and non- partisan political activities and to receive tax deductible contributions. It was first called the Sane Education Fund of Pennsylvania. One project supported by the Sane Education Fund was a weekly half-hour radio broadcast called "Sane Views the World." In March 1978, the title of the series was changed to "Consider the Alternatives." By 1990 the organization funded only two projects the Consider the Alternatives radio program and the Sane Education Fund Peace Award. In August of that year the name of the organization was officially changed to Consider the Alternatives Productions.

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
None
Usage Restrictions
Yes, the sounding recordings from Consider the Alternatives are stored off site. Please contact SCPC staff at least two weeks in advance to order appropriate boxes. Many of the sound recordings may be too fragile to play in current format and would have to be repaired and copied (digitized), before being available.
Alternate Form of Material
None
Acquisitions Information
Gift of SANE Education Fund and Consider the Alternatives, 1980 (Acc. 80A-078a, Acc. 80a-078b); 1981 (Acc. 81A-034, Acc. 81A-090, Acc. 81A-126); 1982 (Acc. 82A-047, Acc. 82A-052, Acc. 82A-057); 1984 (Acc. 84A-097); 1988 (Acc. 88A-046) 1989 (Acc. 89A-090); 1992 (Acc. 92A-063); 1996 (Acc. 96A-046)
Processing Information
This collection is unprocessed. Finding aids have been created by SCPC staff. This finding aid was created by Wendy E. Chmielewsk, May 2016.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the ___________ Consider the Alternatives Records (DG 130), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Copyright Notice
Copyright may have been transferred to the Swarthmore College Peace Collection or may have been retained by the creators/authors (or their descendants), in this collection, as stipulated by United States copyright law. Please contact the SCPC Curator for further information.

Online Catalog Headings
These and related materials may be found under the following headings in online library/archival catalogs.
See tripod record


Related Collections
SANE, Inc. DG 058
New Jersey SANE DG 132
Peace Action DG 151
Detailed finding aid to CTA Audio Recordings [available in paper only in SCPC]


Historical Background
Consider the Alternatives Productiom was established in 1972 by the Philadelphi a chapter of SANE, A Citizens' Organization for a Sane World to conduct educational and non- partisan political activities and to receive tax deductible contributions. It was first called the Sane Education Fund of Pennsylvania. One project supported by the Sane Education Fund was a weekly half-hour radio broadcast called "Sane Views the World." This program was started by the Philadelphia office of SANE in November 1972 and was continued by the Sane Education Fund. In March 1978, the title of the series was changed to "Consider the Alternatives." By 1990 the organization funded only two projects the Consider the Alternatives radio program and the Sane
Education Fund Peace Award. The Award is given annually to a well-known peace activist or someone who promoted world peace. Past award winners have included Bishop Desmond Tutu, Dr. Helen Caldicott, Tom Hayden, Jane Fonda, Rev. William Sloane Coffin, and Joan Baez. Artist Sam Maitin created a limited edition serigraph of each award winner. The Peace Collection owns one set of all these serigraphs. In August of 1990 the name of the organization was officially changed from Sane Education Fund of Pennsylvania to Consider the Alternatives Productions.


Collection Overview
This collection contains the administrative records of Philadelphia chapter of SANE, the Sane Education Fund, and Consider the Alternatives Productions which pertain to the weekly radio broadcast, "Consider the Alternatives." Included in the collection are sound tape reels and audio cassette tapes of programs aired since November 1972, together with related records such as monthly programs, partial or complete scripts, questions for interviews,biographica l information about guest speakers, notes about planned programs, and reference material (articles, reports, clippings) about the topics discussed. Scattered correspondence and promotion al materials are also in the collection. The Peace Collection also has material concerning the annual Sane Education Fund Peace Award, including the series of serigraphs of each award winner.


Items removed:
Seriographs
Audio Visual material


Arrangement of Collection
The paper records remain in the order in which they were received. The sound recordings are divided between reel to reel tape recordings and cassette copies of these recordings. These recordings are divided into five Series: A-E. Series A contains CTA reel to reel tapes, numbered by CTA from programs #92-782 (some missing); Series B includes reel to reel tapes from the radio program Insights (1982-1983), and numbered by Insights; Series C includes CTA and Insights reel to reel tapes numnber by SCPC staff; Series D and D.1 include reel to reel tapes numbered by SCPC staff; and Series E includes large, 11 inch reel to reel tapes number by SCPC staff. Audio cassettes are arranged in numerical order, matching the program number of the reel to reel tapes. CTA numbered the cassettes





Detailed Description of the Collection

Box 1
# 009 "Campagin '72: A View from the Press", Claude Lewis, Pamala Haynes,and David Freudberg
# 010 "Where we go from here; a post-election discussion", Dorothy Steffens, Bill Davidon,and Windell Young
# 011 "Limits of freedomand dissent", Taylor Grant
# 012 "November24", Seymour Melman
# 013 "Religion, Government,and the Social Gospel", Rev. William Sloane Coffin
# 014 "International Lawand Individual Responsibility", Richard Falk
# 015 "Military Boondogglesand National Security", Senator William Proxmire
# 016 "Christian Priorities - 1973", Rev. Paul Washington
# 017 "Our Rent-a-Soldier Policy: the Korean Mercenaries in Viet Nam", Dianneand Michael Jones
# 018 "The Philadelphia School Crisis: the parents view.", Happy Fernandez
# 019 "The Arrogance of U.S. Power in Foreign Affairs", Senator J. William Fulbright
# 020 "Health Services: Phila. area needs vs. federal spending priorities.", Dr. Walter Lear
# 021 "Freedom of Speechand Assembly: How secure are they in Philadelphia?", Spencer Coxeand Jack Levine
# 022 "Viet Nam: The Unresolved Issues", Tran Van Dinh
# 023 "Congress vs. The President: the current power struggle", I.F. Stone
# 024 "The Crisis in Children's Services", Representatives of The Philadelphia Congress for Children
# 025 "The High Priests of Waste", A. Ernest Fitzgerald
# 026 "The Continious Struggle of Conscience", Father Philip Berrigan
# 027 "The 1974 Budget: A Sane Critique", Ed Herman, Steve Shick, Mike Sletson
# 028 "Is our Navy Second Rate?", Reader Admiral Gene R. LaRocque
# 029 "Tax Reform by 1976", Ed Schwartzand Bill Callahan
# 030 "Congress vs. The President", Parren Mitchell
# 031 "Is Washington Paying Its 'Fair Share' for Education?", Thomas Rosica
# 032 "Housing: Needs and Resources in Philadelphia", Shirly Dennis
# 033 "Federal Cut Backsand Community Legal Services", Laurence M. Lavin
# 034 "Global Corporations: The New Earth Managers", Richard Barnet
# 035 "The Battle for War Powers", Brian Atwood
# 036 "Greece: A U.S. Satellite?", Dr. Julius Iossifides
# 037 "The News Media ---Half Slave. . . Half Free?", Taylor Grant
# 038 "Can Philadelphia Survive Nixon's Cutbacks?", Greg Naylor, Leanne Keys
# 039 "'New Federalism' and Older People", Jean Fischer
# 040 "Labor Unionsand Global Corporations", Victor Reuther
# 041 "Crime, Politics, and Our Courts", Judge Lois G. Forer
# 042 "Perspective on Impeachment", I.F. Stone
# 043 "Amnesty: Whenand for whom?", Charles Lutz
# 044 "Overseas Troops: Mission Improbable", Lt. Col. Edward King
# 048 "Mental Health Care: Who will pay the bill?", David Bernhardt
# 049 "Weapons we can live without", Robt. Bermanand David Johnson
# 050 "Pennsylvania War Industries: Can they be converted?", Charles Guensh
# 051 "Freedom on Trial: recent court decisions and political trials", Dave Kairysand David Rudovsky
# 052 "Strategy for a Living Revolution", George Lakey
# 053 "Revenue Sharing: Boom or Boondoggle", Joseph Coleman
# 054 "The Backroom Boys: our war making elite", Noam Chomsky
# 055 "Should hospital workers subsidize health care?", Henry Nicholas
# 056 "Vietnam: the new form of invesitgation", Don Luce
# 057 "Why does Peace cost more than War?: the view from the Senate.", Senator Richard Schweiker
# 058 "Why does Peace cost more than War?: the view from the House.", Congressman Les Aspin
# 059 "State Funding of Human Services: a political football", Terry Dellmuthand Milton Shap
# 060 "Suffer the Little Children: the effects of Federal priorities on our children", Melvin Jackson
# 061 "The Philippines: how long without freedom?", Bishop Lyman C. Ogliby
# 062 "Chile: the six crises before the death of democracy", Philip Wheaton
# 063 "Do we have a 'peace time' economy?", Richard Kaufman
# 064 "The Middle East: are there alternatives to war?", Bob Loeb
# 065 "Domestic Programs: 10 months after Nixon's Cutbacks", Alicia Christian
# 066 "U.S. Foreign Policy: making the world safe for whom?", Richard Barnet
# 067 "Can the State do it alone?: a discussion of housing and Anti-Poverty programs in Pennsylvania.", William H. Wilcox;
# 068 "A Call for New Alternatives in the Middle East", Bob Loeb
# 069 "Vietnam: Reconstructing the War.", David Perry
# 070 "Reflections on Watergateand other scandals", Les Whitten
# 071 "An Ethic for Christiansand other Aliens", William Stringfellow

Box 2
# 072 "The P.O.W.'s aren't Home: a look at Saigon's prisoners", Bishop Thomas Gumbleton
# 073 "A Shopper's Guide to National Issues", Herbert Dennenberg
# 074 "The New Rulers of Greece", Dr. Julius Iossifides
# 075 "Oil and Taxes: a call for a new TEA Party", Ralph Nader
# 076 "The Roots of War: A Critique of U.S. Foreign Policy", Richard Barnet
# 077 "Revenue Sharing: With Whom?", Alyson Scott Larrabee
# 078 "Education and the Rise of the Corporate State", Joel H. Spring
# 079 "The Fiscal 1975 Budget: A SANE Critique", Seymour Melmanand Sandy Gottlieb
# 080 "Black Crime: Who's Responsible", Rev. Muhammad Kenyattaand Rev. Wycliffe Jandharrie
# 081 "Chile: Life under the New Rulers", Key Camp
# 082 "There's Still a War to End", Jane Fondaand Tom Hayden
# 083 "Nixon's Health Plan and Senior Citizens", Representatives of Phila. Action Alliance for Senior Citizens
# 084 "Chile: Life under the new rulers", Kay Camp
# 085 "Tax Reform: Where its at now.", Ed Schwartzand Bill Callahan
# 086 "Conversation with a Palestinian Exile", Fawaz Turki
# 087 "Wounded Knee: Who gives a damn?", William Kunstler
# 088 "Nixon and the problem of Conflict of Interest", Dr. Edward S. Herman
# 089 "Amnesty or Exile?", Nina Moliver
# 090 "Public Education: Politicsand Finance", Mirian L. Gafni
# 091 "Israeiland Arab Peace Initiatives", Meir Pa'il
# 092 "Chile Under Military Rule", Ambassador Harald Edelstam
# 093 "Public Education: Do parents have rights?", Happy Fernandezand Hazel Flowers
# 094 "Impeachmentand Beyond", Taylor Grant
# 095 "Farn Workers: Their Friendsand Enemies", Cesar Chavez
# 096 "Declining Health Services...... and Federal Responsibility", Dr. Walter Lear
# 097 "How to Fund a War No one Will Buy", Fred Branfman
# 098 "Africa: Notes on Developing Nations", Claude Lewis
# 099 "Lessons from the Watergate Yeasrs", I.F. Stone
# 100 "Police Corruption: Alternatives and Reform", Lawrence T. Hoyle Jr.
# 101 "Thinking the Unthinkable: Humane Nuclear War", Sanford Gottlieb
# 102 "Can There be Justice for the Palestinians?", Paul Mayer
# 103 "The New Federalism: Two Years after the Dream", Barbara Williams
# 104 "Military Spending and the Inflation Bomb", Senator William Proxmire
# 105 "Our Overseas Troops: What is their Mission?", Sanford Gottlieb
# 106 "The New President: A Reporter's Notes", Saul Friedman
# 107 "South Vietnam: Life under the Provisional Revolutionary Government", Ron Young
# 108 "Has Democracy Returned to Greece?", Dr. Julius Iossifides
# 109 "Military Spending: How Many Jobs per Buck?", Congressman Les Aspin
# 110 "Military Spending: Will Congreess Cut It?", Congressman Les Aspin
# 111 "Chile: The Church Resists the Junta", Fr. Frederick McGuire
# 112 "Inflation: The Deflator of City Services", William G. Klenk
# 113 "The Inflamation Booster: Military Spending Unchecked", Seymour Melman
# 114 "Inflation: On the Road to Depression?", Dr. John Coleman
# 115 "Nonviolence: An International Strategy for Social Change", Devi Prosard
# 116 "Korea: The Resistance Movement in South Korea", Nicola Geiger
# 117 "Childcare: Our Childrens Future", Ida Brodsky
# 118 "Ford's First 100 Days", David Schoenbrun
# 119 "Our Civil Liberties: A Post-Watergate Perspective", Leonard Boudin
# 120 "Feeding a Hungry World: Reflections on U.S. Policy", Senator Richard Clark
# 121 "Senior Citizens: An Untapped Resource", Maggie Kuhn
# 122 "1975: An Agenda for Christian Action", Philip Berrigan
# 123 "The 1980s: Perspective on Global Problems", Dr. Saul Mendlovitz

Box 3
# 124 "Peace in the Middle East?", Noam Chomsky
# 125 "U.S. Foreign Aid: Protecting Rockefeller's Investments?", James Steele
# 126 "Transportaton: Who's Planning the Future?", John Blum
# 127 "U.S. Foreign Aid: Congress Seeks Reform", James Steele
# 128 "American Dollars Support the Export of U.S. Jobs", Arthur Keyesand Bernard Dinken
# 129 "The Permanent War Economy", Seymour Melman
# 130 "Who After Thieu? A Current View of Saigon Politics", Ngo Cong Duc
# 131 "Why the Poor are Poorer", Richard Cloward
# 132 "The Churches Response to the Middle East Crises", Rev. Richard Fernandez
# 133 "World Struggle for Power and Wealth (Part I)", Dr. Michael Tanzer
# 134 "President Ford's Budget Priorities and the Economy", William Proxmire
# 135 "World Struggle for Power and Wealth (Part II)", Dr. Michael Tanzer
# 136 "Ford's Budget: More Guns, Less Butter", William Proxmire
# 137 "Tax Reform: When and How Much?", Bill Calahan
# 138 "Korea: The Growth of a Dictatorship", Rev. George Ogle
# 139 "Humanizing Politics: Fantasy or Reality", Milton Mayer
# 140 "Why Reopen the Rosenberg Case?", Michael Meeropol
# 141 "Our Civil Liberties: A Post-Watergate Perspective", Leonard Boudin
# 142 "Feeding a Hungry World: Reflections on U.S. Policy", Richard Clark
# 143 "Senior Citizens: An Untapped Resource", Maggie Kuhn
# 144 "1975: An Agenda for Christian Action", Philip Berrigan
# 145 "The 1980s: Perspective on Global Problems", Dr. Saul Mendlovitz
# 146 "The National Security Agency: Illegal Surveillance on a Grand Scale", Morton Halperin
# 147 "The CIAand the Subversion of Democracy", John Marks
# 148 "Unemploymentand Other National Security Issues", Andrew Young
# 149 "Can Congress Save Our Cities?", Andrew Young
# 150 "Nuclear War: Facing the Inevitable", Dr. David Inglis
# 151 "Do oiland arms mix?", Dr. Anne Cahn
# 152 "North Vietnam: The struggle to rebuild", Rev. Richard Fernandez
# 153 "Corporate Responsibility: The Buy-Centenial vs. The Spirit of 1976.", Jeremy Rifkin
# 154 "Corporate Responsibility: Churches curb war investments", Horace Gail

Box 4
Program Guides 1972 (November) - 1975 (December)
February Schedule
# 155 "Do we have a second rate Navy?", Gene R. LaRoque
# 156 "Tax Justice: Still only a dream?", Philip Stern
# 157 "Resource Scarcity redefines national security", Bruce Stokes
# 158 "National Priorities of the new Congresspersons", Tom Harkin
# 159 "New York City: the great Federal tax robbery", Seymour Melman
# 160 "The Impact of Military Spending on Cities", Henry Maier
# 161 "Guns or Grain: U.S. Foreign Policy Alternatives", Dick Clark
# 162 "A Call for a New Political Party", Arthur Kinoy
# 163 "What changes would diarmament bring?", George Rathjens
# 164 "Reflections on the Media and Democracy", John Henry Faulk
# 165 "The Roots of War in the Middle East", I. F. Stone
# 166 "The CIA's Many Contracts with Howard Hughes", James B. Steele
# 167 "The B-1 Bomber: the making of a boondoggle", John F. Seiberling
# 168 "Angola, Congress, and the call to war.", Ted Lockwood
# 169 "Women in Politics: A Global Review", Kathleen Newland
# 170 "The Empty Pork Barrel: Unemploymentand the Pentagon's Budget", Dr. Marion Anderson
# 171 "Ford's Budget Priorities vs. The Economy", Seymour Melman
# 172 "The President Restructures the CIA", Morton Halperin
# 173 "A SANE Look at the Presidential Candidates", Sanford Gottlieb
# 174 "National Security and the Military Budget", William Proxmire

Box 5 1976 (March) - 1976 (July)
# 175 "Korea and U.S. Policy in Asia" Steve Solarz
# 176 "How Far to Armageddon?", Herbert Scoville
# 177 "Angola: has another domino fallen?", George Houser
# 178 "The United Nations: perspective on change", Homer Jack
# 179 "An American Dilemma Revisited", Gunnar Myrdal
# 180 "South Africa: Prologue to struggle?", George Houser
# 181 "Viet Nam: one year of peace", John McAuliffand Sophie Quinn-Judge
# 182 "Campaign 1976: the candidates and foreign policy", Sanford Gottlieb
# 183 "Imperialism without Armies: a fresh look at South East Asia" Part I, Stewardand Charlotte Meachum
# 184 "Imperialism without Armies: a fresh look at South East Asia" Part II, Stewardand Charlotte Meachum
# 185 "The Disarmament Game", Alva Myrdal
# 186 "Full Employment: What is it? Can we have it?", Jacob Sheinkman
# 187 "The Strength of Racism: perspective on Southern Africa", Bill Sutherland
# 188 "A Second Revolution?", Jeremy Rifkin
# 189 "Independence for Puerto-Rico?", Luis Rivera
# 190 "Environmentalists and the Pentagon", Michael Mann
# 191 "Civil Liberties, the CIA, and Senate Bill #1", Aryeh Neier
# 192 "The Urban Money Crisis: A Women's Issue", Naomi Marcus/Dorothy Steffens

Box 6
# 193 "Ireland: Is There Any Hope Left?", David Bowman
# 194 "Hiroshima: The Legacyy and the Future"
# 195 "Reflections on the Media and Democracy", John Henry Faulk
# 196 "The Impact of Military Spending on Cities", Henry Maier
# 197 "Some Weaknesses of Conventional Economic Wisdom", Seymour Melman
# 198 "National Security and the Military Budget", Senator William Proxmire
# 199 "A Close look at what the Pentagon is buying.", Gene R. LaRoque
# 200 "The Global Corporation: how it maximizes profits.", Richard J. Barnet
# 201 "The Global Corporation and the needs of a small planet.", Richard J. Barnet
# 202 "Ford and Carter: how they view foreign policy", Sanford Gottlieb
# 203 "Perspectives on the Middle East", Senator George McGovern
# 204 "Public Broadcasting's Corporate Connection", Nicholas Johnson
# 205 "U.S. African Policy: Has there been a charge?", Goler Teal Butcher
# 206 "Arms Race Psychology", Jerome Frank
# 207 "The Decline of U.S. Industrial Efficiency", Seymour Melman
# 208 "The Global Growth of Repression and Torture", David Hawk
# 209 "U.S. Corporations' Investments in Apartheid", Timothy Smith
# 210 "Multinationals: What they are doing to America", Ronald Muller
# 211 "Jamaica's Socialism: an invitation to U.S. intervention?", Donald Mills
# 212 "New York City's Federal Connection", Harrison J. Goldin,
# 213 "The Political Economy of Arms Sales", Michael T. Klare
# 214 "U.S. Military Sales to Iran: risk and profit", Michael T. Klare
# 215 "The Nuclear Arms Race: review and opinion"
# 216 "Indonesia: An Asian Gulag", David Hinkley
# 217 "Iran's Internal War", Ebad Mahmoodian
# 218 "Housing needsand programs: some ideas from China", Cushing Dolbeare
# 219 "Can the Soviet's survive a Nuclear War? Can we?", William Kincade

Box 7
# 221 "Are the Russians Really Coming?", B.K. Gorwitzand David Johnson
# 222 "Guns and Butter and the New Federal Budget Process", Rubin McCornack
# 223 "U.S.-Soviet Detente", Kay Campand Ludmilla Balakhovskaya
# 224 "Providing for the Common Defense", Dorothy Steffens, Harrison Goldin, Mayor Henry Maier, Seymour Melman
# 225 "Our Changing African Policy", Bill Sutherland
# 226 "Older Adults: setting an agenda for the future", Abe Egnal
# 227 "Chile: the legacy of U.S. intervention", David Pion
# 228 "Education for a Global Society", Jim McGinnisand Mildred Scott Olmsted
# 229 "Nuclear Weapons: a national security liability?", Lloyd J. Dumas
# 230 "Terror in Iran", Reza Baraheni
# 231 "What Washington could do for urban schools", Thomas Rosica
# 232 "Viet Nam: the effects of two years of peace", Steward Meacham
# 233 "The Doomsday Strategy: atoms for peace to atoms for war", Sidney Lens
# 234 "The Imperative of Generaland Complete Disarmament", Sean MacBride
# 235 "Namibia's Struggle for Liberation", Sean MacBride

Box 8
Program Guides (1976 (January) - 1977 (December)
# 236 "A New Policy toward South Korea?", U.S. Rep. Donald Fraser
# 237 "U.S. - U.S.S.R. Detenteand Disarmament: historyand prospects", Richard J. Barnet
# 238 "How to convert military industry to civilian production", Lloyd J. Dumas
# 239 "A 'Common Cause' for Global Problems?", Russel Peterson
# 240 "Is it too late to save our cities?", John Bowser
# 241 "African Liberationand Black American Churches", Paul Washington
# 242 "Carter's Priorities: more of the same", Rubin McCornack
# 243 "How Serious is Congress about Human Rights?", Brewster Rhoades
# 244 "Northern Ireland: now a war on war", Betty Williams
# 245 "Puerto Rico - a question of Independence", Rafael Robles Ortiz
# 251 "South Africa's Nuclear Power: the U.S. connection", Jennifer Davis
"Global Arms Race competition, control, or disarmament" Part I
"Global Arms Race competition, control, or disarmament" Part II
"Global Arms Race competition, control, or disarmament" Part III
"Global Arms Race competition, control, or disarmament" Part IV
"Global Arms Race competition, control, or disarmament" Part V
"Global Arms Race competition, control, or disarmament" Part VI
# 258 "Prisoners of Conscience: three case studies" (with Amnesty International)
# 263 "Mobilizing for Survival: a new movement to end the arms race", Daniel Ellsberg
# 264"West Africa: the prospects for development", Jean Pierreand Annelies Allain
# 265 "The Churchesand the Arms Race", Ramond Wilson

Box 9
Citizen's Organization for a SANE World - Greater Philadelphia Council 1970-1971
Citizen's Organization for a SANE World - Greater Philadelphia Council 1972-1973
Citizen's Organization for a SANE World - Greater Philadelphia Council 1974-1975
Citizen's Organization for a SANE World - Greater Philadelphia Council 1976-1977
Citizen's Organization for a SANE World - Greater Philadelphia Council 1978-1980
Citizen's Organization for a SANE World - Greater Philadelphia Council n.d.and pre-1970
Re-file Material: 1981-1990
Re-file Material: Press Packet for "Shadows of the Nuclear Age"

Box 10
Radio Update Report - June 1976
New Stations: California - September 1975
Station: Montana, Washington - 1975
List of Stations - September 1975
Regional Fund Letter - Fall 1975
Program Guide/Subscriber Letter
Stern Fund Request Correspondence - 1976
Caesar Foundation - 1975
New Year Letter
Board Member Contact Info - Fall 1975
National SANE Member Mailing Letter - Spring 1975
Fundraising Organizations - 1975
Fundraising Letters - Philadelphia
Church and Community Committee Grant
National Contribution Appreciation Letter - September1975
Radio Expansion - 1974
Miscellaneous Unfiled Radio Material - 1974-1976
Pittsburgh Bridgeand Iron Works Correspondence - 1976
Funding Proposals - October1976
National Council of Churches Correspondence - October1975

Box 11
Douty Foundation Correspondence - Feb 1975
Funding Proposals - Fall 1974 and 1975
Saul Mendlovitz Correspondence - 1975
Philadelphia Foundation Correspondence - 1975
Sales Tax Files - 1975
WMGM-FM Correspondence - 1974
WYDD-FM Correspondence - 1974
WBFO-FM Correspondence - 1974
WFCR-FM Correspondence - 1974
WMVB-FM Correspondence - 1975
WIFI-FM Correspondence - 1974
WUHY-FM Contacts - 1974
WRTI Correspondence- May 1975
WYEP Correspondence - 1974
WUHY-FM Contracts/Policies/Files
Press - SANE Material
Miscellaneous Radio Mailings
Minutes - Origin to August 1st, 1947
Expansion - 1974-1975
Minutes - October1974 - July 1975

Box 12
Caesarand Shapiro Correspondence
Reports October1974 - July 1975
Evatone Correspondence
Fund Request Letter - February 1975
Foundations - Summer 1974
Foundations - July 1974
Statements from Rudolph, Palitz and Company Accountants - September1974
Local Contacts, Mailing List of Movement Organizations
Film Mailing List
Summary of Completed Major Economic Adjustment Products
Member Information Mailing - 1975
Collegeand University Contacts
Inflation Leaflet - October 1974
Child Care Leaflet - October1974
SANE Views - April 1976
New Year's Eve Celebration Ad
Philadelphia Foundation Correspondence - 1974

Box 13
Churchesand Traditional Contacts Fundraising
Foundations New Contacts
Proposal for Funding - 1974
Radio Support Letters
William Penn Foundation Correspondence
Foundation Proposal June - 1974
Radio Proposal Material - 1974
Fund Proposal Material - 1974
Samuel S. Fels Fund Correspondence - 1974
Tax Exemption Correspondence - 1973
Philadelphia Foundation Correspondence - 1973
Samuel S. Fels Fund Correspondence - 1973

Box 14
Global Arms Race Reports - 1977
Samuel S. Fels Fund Correspondence -1978
Global Arms Race Literature Requests -1978
Philadelphia Foundation Correspondence -1978
Military Spending Literature Requests -1978
U.N. Special Packet Requests - June1978
Amnesty International Information Requests -1978
Brochure Requests -1978
U.S-Soviet Packet Requests
List of Raduio Stations
Miscellaneous Correspondence
Global Arms Race Packet Originalsand Station Letters -1978
Inge Hubert Files -1978
Veatch Correspondence-1978
Institute for World Order Inc. (IWO) Correspondence - Summer 1978
Miscellaneous Mailings and Requests
Phone Campaign -1978
Philadelphia Foundation Correspondence

Box 15
Samuel S. Fels Fund 1976
IWO Disarmament Series - March 1977
Henrietta Tower Hurts Memorial Correspondence
Edna McConnell Clark Foundation Correspondence
Church without Walls Correspondence - 1977
IRS Letters - 1975
Fundraising Pitch
Jane Addams Peace Association Incc. Correspondence - 1977
Amnesty International Correspondence - 1977
Memory of Justice Materials
Expansion of Radio Syndication Materials
Brochure/Information Materials - 1977
Robin McCornack Correspondence -1977
18-Month Report and Materials
Board Meeting Materials - 1976
Outreach Literature Correspondence - November- February 1976
Langhinrichsand Stump Correspondence - 1976
Literature Request - May 1976
Subscription Requests - November1974
Tape Orders
Executive Committee Meeting Materials - July 1976
Board Meeting Materials - June, 1976
Station Solicitation Packet - June, 1976
Station Questionnaire - April, 1976
Returned Station Questionnaire
Station Questionnaire Return Request

Box 16
Literature Requests
Dan Snyder Correspondence
Radio Station Correspondences - October1976 - July 1977
Luncheon Series Materials - 1977
Global Arms Race Brochure
Contributor Thank-You Letter - May 1977
Film Invoices - October1975 - Feb 1977
Draft of Script Slideshow
Organization Proposal - October1977
Info Questionnaire Returns - 1977
Literature Requests - July/Aug 1977
Finances - April/May 1977

Box 17
Literature Requests - September 1976
Literature Requests - October 1976
Literature Requests - November 1976
Literature Requests - December 1976
Literature Requests - February 1976 - April 1976
Literature Requests - May 1976
Station Demo Requests
Listener Contact Requests
Mailing Letter 1976
Institute for World Order Proposaland Correspondence
Shalum Aleichum Correspondence
Thank-You Letter Fall 1976
Listener Contribution Records 1976
McGovern Mailing Letter
Fundraising Letters - June 1976
Board Information - Fall 1976
SANE Letters
Renewed Supporter Letter - Fall 1976
Interview Guests - Contacts
Denis Hayes Letters

Box 18
Commercial/Non-Commercial Station Contacts List
College Station Contacts List
Educational Packets for Listeners
Local Contacts List
Literature Offers
Philadelphia Foundation Correspondence - 1976
Veatch Correspondence - 1976
Miscellaneous University Correspondences
Institute for World Order Correspondence
Direct Mail - Fall 1976
Miscellaneous Subscriber Mailers
Taylor Grant Correspondence
Joseph Clark Correspondence
Miscellaneous Demosand Notes
Phone Survey - November1976
Philadelphia Station License Correspondence
SANE World Informational Material

Box 19
Cassette Tape Costs
An American Dilemma Revisited Transcript
Radio Programs, List of Contacts
Articles (Typed Copies) - 1976
Year End Report - 1976
Financial Records 1976
Board Meeting - February 1976
Board Meeting - April 1976
Board Meetintg - June 1976
National Proposal 1976
Invoices - Sept-October1976
Interview Contacts
Interview Guest Bios
College Work-Study Proposals
Antioch College Correspondence
Great Lakes College Correspondence
NYC Stations Contact List
RPL Correspondenceand Information
Station Classificationand Demographic Information
Miscellaneous Station Information

Box 20
Finances
Literature Requests
Miscellaneous Correspondence - October
Unanswered Correspondences
WUHY - Listener Response Packet
Mailing Lists from Literature Requests
Board Appeal Packet - March/April1978
Miscellaneous -1978
Radio Program Responses
National Board - April 1,1978
IWO - Jan,1978
Taxes - 1976
New Tax Law
Sane Ed. Board
Record Publication
WIR Loan - 1976
Miscellaneous Financial Records

Box 21
Material Correspondences
Unemployment Records
Staff Travel Expenses
Personnel Info
Miscellaneous Financial Records - Fall 1976
W-4E - 1977
Finance Work Notes - December1976
Subscriptions - Future
Audit - Fall 1976
Taxes - 1975
Taxes - 1976
Tax Law
Board - January 1978
Speaker - 1977
Council/Fund Merger
New Jersey SANE
National Material - September 1976 - Aug 1977
Sept. Nat'l SANE
Nat'l Board - Mar 18
Joint Ed. Com. Correspondence
Nat'l SANE Executive Committee Contacts
Nat'l Board Executive Committee Meetings
Joint Editorial Board Contacts
Nat'l SANE Correspondence
National Board - February 1976
Joint Ed. Committee
National Board Minutes

Box 22
Education Committee
Drummers
SANE Peace Award Dinner Program 1977
SANE Peace Award Dinner Program 1978
SANE Input for Peaceand Justice in the 1970's
NPR Submissions
Pacifica
CPB/B-1 Station List
Syndication - January1977
Global Arms Race - Station List
Broadcasting Foundation of America
IWO Station List
Global Arms Race Literature Requests
South Africa Literature
Contacts - Feb - April 1976
Syndication Development 1976-1977
NJ SANE Receipts
Miscellaneous Finances

Box 23
Board Meeting - September1977
Board Meeting - March 1977
SANE Editorial Committee Requests/Station List - May 1977
Global
Amnesty Radio Spot List
Intercollegate Broadcasting System
Bulletin Notices
Listener File Correspondence
Literature Requests - November- December1977
Literature Requests - September1977
Literature Requests - February 1977
Literature Requests - June 1977
Literature Requests - April 1977
Literature Requests - March 1977
Literature Requests - January1977
Radio Station Correspondence - September 1977 - April 1978
Station Lists - April 1977
WIL Proposal - March 1977
IWO - 6 Month Report - May 1977

Box 24
Direct MaiL Report - Spring 1977
Listener Response List - 1977
Listener Response Correspondence - March 1977 - March1978
CCCO Correspondence
WTR Newsletter
Important Letters
Mailing List Exchanges
Literature Requests - April/May 1979
Literature Requests - June 1979
Literature Requests - July 1979
Literature Requests - August 1979
Literature Requests - September 1979
Literature Requests - October 1979
Literature Requests (Unfiled)
Literature Requests - December1978
Literature Requests - November1979

Box 25
Literature Requests - January1979
SALT Packet Requests - January1979
Inflation Packet - January1979
Conversion Packet Requests - January1979
Global Arms Race Literature Requests - January1979
Miscellaneous Literature Requests
Radio Station Correspondences
Longhorn Info - April 1978
Network Label Copies - Fall 1978
Tax Reform Packet - October 1978
Copies of IWO Requests - October 1978
Global Arms Race Requests - June 1978

Box 26
America at Work Financial Records
Paid Bills NEH #2
NEH Proposal, Budget, etc.
Philadelphia Foundation 1981

Box 27
PHC Nonviolence Budget
PHC Portraits of Nonviolence
Porsesteings' - Aug1980
Satellite Development Fund - January 1981
Segel Foundation
Stanley Foundation
Lydia B. Stokes Foundation
Strick Foundation
Thank You Letters
Title I
Tom's Natural Soap
UFCW 5-28-82
Veatch Proposal
Veatch Proposal Notes -1981
Veatch Local Organizing - November1980
Weiss, Cora -1981
Willens Correspondence
William Penn Foundation 3-22-82
Wyomissing Foundation
Viki List Zelman Fund
Veatch Proposal -1981
Veatch Program -1980
Youth Project/Resource Fund Report - May 1982
Presbyterian Peacemaking Project
Proposals (General)
The Public Committee for the Humanities in Pennsylvania
PCHP File
PCHP Matching Funds-In Kind-Receipts - 1978
PCHP Matching Funds-Cash-Receipts - 1978
PCHP Matching Funds-Their Funds-Receipts - 1978
Non-Violence Proposal - October 24, 1980
Public Concern Foundation Inc.
Radio Promotion
Christopher Reynolds Foundation

Box 28
Rockefeller Foundation(s)
Rockefeller Proposal - Feb1981
New World
NIB
People's Fund
NEH
SANE Input for Peaceand Justice in the 1970's
Network of Change-Oriented Foundations - 1978
Miscellaneous
PHC (NV, America Work) Orders
NEH Vita Collection, plus Letters of Intent
James Marshall - New Hope
Mary Knoll Order -1980
MacArthur
Muse
Pursestrings NPR Proposal - December1980
Nosutch Foundation
Satellite Development Fund - August 1980

Box 29
# 378 John Kenneth Galbraith / The Middle East
# 379 Crisis in the Middle East
# 380 Musicians United for Safe Energy
# 381 Return of the Draft
# 383 Equal Rights Amendment
# 384 Bettie Hawthorne Frontier House
# 385 Henryand Jane Fonda / Soviet Report
# 386 CIA Program
# 387 Dr. Barry Commonerand Nuclear Power
# 388 Cambodia / Carter's Budget and the Cities
# 389 Livermore Lab / Wexlerand Kramer
# 390 Economy, Minorities,and A Special Report on El Salvador
# 391 Radiation Victims Hearings
# 392 Duvall
# 393 MX Missile
# 394 Richard Barnet on The lean Years w/ Music Commentary
# 395 Jeremy Rifkinand Ted Howardand Genetic Engineering
# 396 Ed Asner / Alice Tepper-Marin, U.S. Coffin
# 397 Special Report on the Draft
# 398 Kurt Vonnegut / Irving Stillman
# 399 Smith / Fitzgerald / Nulty / Daniels Commentary on MX
# 400 IF Stone Interview
# 401 Anderson / Amson
# 402 Nash / Williams / Arguist
# 403 Shibama / Ferry / Farrell
# 411 Shadows of a Nuclear Age I
# 412 Shadows of a Nuclear Age II
# 413 Shadows of a Nuclear Age III
# 414 Shadows of a Nuclear Age IV
# 415 Shadows of a Nuclear Age V
# 416 Shadows of a Nuclear Age VI
# 417 Shadows of a Nuclear Age VII
# 418 Shadows of a Nuclear Age VIII
# 419 Shadows of a Nuclear Age IX
# 420 Shadows of a Nuclear Age X
Vonnegut Interview - Shadows X
# 421 Shadows of a Nuclear Age XI
Reep the Whirlwind - Final Script - Pilot - NEH

Box 30
SANE To: Non-Stations
Stations Listed
Station Tape Return Data
Demo Cassette SENT - September1975
Requests for Special Program Cassette Tape Vietnam SENT - November1975
Form: Vietnam
Tape Orders SENT - 1974-1975
Outreach Correspondence Tapes - November1975
Information Request List - November 1975
Outreach Correspondence Literature - November1975
Information Request List - 1975 - 1976
Special - Vietnam: Perspective from History
University of Pennsylvania Work Study
Fund Acknowledgement - November1975
Drummer Articles
Station Inquiries - November1976
Demonstration Tapes - Local Contacts
Stations / Discontinued Future Interest
Demo Reels Sent
Demo's Out - Miscellaneous Inquiries
Station's Approval - November 1975
Radio Station Mailing - August-September 1975

Box 31
Congressional Record. Clips
Station Questionaire - Spring 1975
Board Meeting - December1975
Board Meeting - October1975
Board Meeting - July 1975
WCAU-TV Steve Shick Affidavit - Feb 1975
Sponsors Thank-You - January 1975
National Radio Mailing - April/May 1975
Future Expansion
Film Lettersand Schedules
Station Questionaire - Fall 1975
Station Contact Info
College Station Contact Info
Peace Leadership Contacts
Lawyer's Guild Contacts
National SANE Key Contacts
Media Contacts
Radio Program Monthly Contacts
Board and Miscellaneous Contacts
National SANE Quarterly
Correspondences
Editorial Responses - September 1973 - 1974

Box 32
Miscellaneous Station Contacts
SANE Non-Profit Organization System of Record-Keeping
Consider the Alternatives -1978-1978 VI
Consider the Alternatives -1980 -
Consider the Alternatives -1979 -1981

Box 33
SANE Peace Awards -1978-1986
SANE Educ. Fund of Pennsylvania Reports - 1983-1986
SANE Views the World -1978
Consider the Alternatives Transcripts -1979
Shadows of the Nuclear Age -1980
Promotional Brouchures for Consider the Alternatives, Insights, etc. -1979-1987
Dr. Carl Sagan Speech - December 1984
Freeman Dysm Interview - 1984
Report to National Board or Consider the Alternatives -1981
CTA Station Info - 1986
SANE Educ Fund
SANE Educ Fundand Consider the Alternatives
Military Spending - 1984-1985
Miscellaneous Finances and Files -1979-1990
Miscellaneous SANE Educ Fund Items - 1982-1988
Miscellaneous Literature
Literatureand Board Meetings 1988-1989
Organizing/How-to Booklets
Miscellaneous Mail-Outs

Box 34
# 422 Shadows of a Nuclear Age XII
# 423 Shadows of a Nuclear Age XIII
# 424 Working Wokemn - December1980
# 425 IWO Network - January 1981
# 427 Marshall-Winfield Interviews
# 428 Last Epidemic III
# 429 America at Work
# 430 Something to Remember
# 431 Last Epidemic IV
# 432 Commoners/Melaman
# 434 Woodcutters - February 1981
# 435 Gray/Edgar
# 436 Bluestone
# 437 E.P. Thompson
# 438 Dan Berrigan
# 439 El Salvador I
# 440 El Salvador II / Wynn
# 441 Christie
# 442 What Did You Learn in School?
# 443 Cortright
# 444 Reagan Budget
# 445 IndoChina
# 445 Non-Violence I
# 447 Harkin - Trains
# 448 El Salvador III
# 450 Scale
# 451 Mother's Day
# 452 MX
# 453 Artsand Politics I
# 454 Artsand Politics II
# 455 Shadows of a Nuclear Age II (Rebroadcast)
# 456 What Did You Learn in School? (Rebroadcast)

Box 35
# 457 Galbraith - August 1981
# 458 Wealth in America
# 459 Central America
# 460 Last Epidemic III (Rebroadcast)
# 462 Sweeney / Drinan / Lindfors
# 464 Joan Baez
# 465 Union Busting
# 466 NATO Nukes
# 467 California Enviornment / Military
# 468 Ed Asner / Solidarity
# 469 Autumn Press - Nukes
# 470 Labor Centenial
# 471 SANE Officials Walker / Newport / ERA
# 472 MX Update
# 473 Healthand Safety in the American Work Place
Philadelphia Maritime Museum Correspondences
# 475 Non-Violence III
# 476 Non-Violence IV
# 477 Philadelphia I
# 478 Philadelphia II
# 479 Storm Over NATO
# 480 Philadelphia III
# 481 "The Chile Miracle" / Baez
# 482 New Definitions of Security
# 483 Non-Violence V
# 484 Non-Violence VI
# 485 Hunger in America
# 486 The Atom and the Church
# 487 The ERA
# 488 Taxes / Fair Budget Action Conference
# 490 "Inside El Salvador"
# 491 Military Spending / National Defense / Jim Fallows
# 492 Atomic Cafe: Livingand Laughing in the Nuclear Age
# 493 The Abortion Debate
# 494 Next Guatemala
# 495 IAM #4 - Pandora's Box
# 496 "The Nuclear Freeze Catches On"
# 497 IAM #5 - Rebuilding America
# 498 U.S. Special Session on Disarmament
# 499 IAM #6 Besieged American Workers
# 500 NATO Nukes / John Cardinal Krol
# 501 The Middle East

Box 36
# 502 Patton v. Melman
# 503 Nicaragua
# 504 "Women in the Office"
# 505 Magie Kuhn
# 506 The Emergence of John Shea
# 515 June 12 Rally
# 516 The Pentagon Penny Pinchers
# 517 The Environment in the 1980's I - Edgar/Udall
# 518 The Enviornment in the 1980's II
# 519 Britain After the Falkland
# 520 SANE at 25
# 521 Ralph Nader
# 522 Shirley Chislom / Bill Gray
# 523 The Other Britain
# 524 America and Revolution
# 526 Adam Hochschild
# 527 Eyewitness in Sabra
# 528 Fear at Work
# 529 The Fear Landslide
# 530 The Deindustrialization of America
# 531 "Our Nuclear Culture"
# 534 Beyond the Nuclear Freeze
# 535 Winpisinger / Schwartzchild
# 536 SANE Award
# 537 Counterforce
# 538 Dewhurst on PAND
# 539 SANE Corp - Melman / Kohn / Meacham
# 540 Gandhi
# 541 Women at Midterm
# 542 First Strike Weapons
# 543 Heilbroner
# 544 The Draft - Ben Sasway
# 545 The Year of the Missiles
# 546 Budget 1983
# 547 Luria / Russell / Wynn
# 548 The Freeze Debate
# 549 Nicaragua Debate
# 550 Bluestone / Wynn
# 551 Not Just an Ordinary Nightmare
# 552 The Press in the Nuclear Age
# 553 Nicaragua: A Reporter's Notebook I
# 554 Nicaragua: A Reporter's Notebook II
# 555 The Riverside Conference
# 556 Amber Waves of Grain I
# 557 Amber Waves of Grain II
# 558 Amber Waves of Grain III
The Greater Philadelphia Foodbank
FOOD - Philadelphia Foundatin 1982
# 567 The Buddha is Smiling
CTA Slide Show
NEA Demo 1983

Box 37
Insight Calls
Insights Pilot
Insights October 4 - 17
Insights October 18-31
Insights # 7-8
Insights # 9-10
Insights # 11-12
Insights # 13
Insights # 14
Insights Station Promo
Insights # 15-16
Insights # 17-18
Insights # 19-20
Insights # 21-22
Insights # 23-24
Insights # 25-26
Insights # 27-28
Insights # 29-30
Insights # 31-32
Insights # 33-34
Insights # 35-36
Insights # 37-38
Insights # 39
Insights # 40
Insights # 41-42
Insights # 43-44
Insights # 45-52

Box 38
Miscellaneous Budgetand Peace Award Materials
SANE Educ Fund Materials
WUHY Proposals
Radio Program Schedule/Planner
Radio Program Commentaries and Reports
Radio Program Miscellaneous Materials

Box 39
Weekly Radio Program Notes/Overview


This file was last updated on July 13, 2016.