Swarthmore College Peace Collection


National Council of Churches USA Collected Records,1908-current

Collection: CDG-A


Contact Information
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
500 College Avenue
Swarthmore, PA 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
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Creator
Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America; National Council of Churches of Christ USA
Title
National Council of Churches of Christ USA Collected Records
Inclusive Dates
1908-current
Call Number
CDG-A

Language of Materials
Materials in English
Extent
1 linear feet; 3 linear inches [papers only]
Abstract
The records of the FCC and NCC highlight the unifying issues for national church work, including labor rights, anti-racism, and conscientious objection.

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
None
Usage Restrictions
None
Alternate Form of Material
None
Acquisitions Information
Unknown
Processing Information
Processed by Anne Yoder, Archivist, April 2009
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item] in the National Council of Churches USA Collected Records (CDG-A), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendents, as stipulated by United States copyright law

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


Related Collections
Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America: Committee on the Conscientious Objector (DG 048)
Gulick, Sidney L (CDG-A)


Historical Background
The Federal Council held its first meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1908, but it grew out of a conference of official delegates from thirty denominations that convened in 1905. The Federal Council brought together entitites such as the Evangelical Alliance and the National Federation of Churches and Christian Workers. Its chief goal was to help denominations be united in service rather than through unity about points of theology or polity. Its constituent bodies included Baptists, Congregationalists, Disciples of Christ, Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), Lutherans, Mennonites, Methodists, Moravians, Presbyterians, Brethren, and other denominations. Work was carried out by state and local offices, but overseen by the national office in New York City. The National Secretary in 1908 was Rev. Charles S. Macfarland, the Associate Secretary was Rev. Henry K. Carroll, and the President of the Board was Prof. Shailer Mathews. Leaders since then include Vicken Aykazian, Arie R. Brouwer, Joan Brown Campbell, Samuel McCrea Cavert, John Foster Dulles, Bob Edgar, R.H. Edwin Espy, Sidney L. Gulick, James A. Hamilton, Dean M. Kelley, Michael Kinnamon, Walter W. Van Kirk, Herman E. Luben, Claire Randall, Roy G. Ross, and a host of others.

In the early years of its existence, the Federal Council focused much of its efforts on labor rights. The Department of Race Relations was established in 1920. By the time of World War II, it had shifted its attention to the rights of conscientious objectors and to seeking amnesty for them. However, through the years its Commissions has worked on various issues of national and international importance. Today the NCC encompasses approximately 100,000 local congregations and 45 million adherents.

The name of the organization was changed to the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America sometime in 1950 (1951?). This name was later shortened to National Council of Churches USA.


The FCC/NCC Records are held at the Presbyterian Historical Society (see http://www.history.pcusa.org/finding/index-ncc.html).


Collection Overview
This is a small grouping of pamphlets and other material created by and/or published by the FCC/NCC since its inception, and correspondence of Sidney Gulick from the 1940s. The latter is primarily about amnesty for conscientious objectors during/after World War II, and relates to DG 048 in the SCPC.

Items removed:
- oversized material to the Oversized Items Collection

Arrangement of Collection
It is the custom of the SCPC to include all the material for an entity, even when the name of it changed over the years, under its latest name. This collection is divided between the Federal Council material, including its Commission to Study the Bases of a Just and Durable Peace, and the National Council material. Listings in the larger type are the folder titles; the smaller type shows the contents of the folders.




Detailed Description of the Collection

SERIES A: FEDERAL COUNCIL OF THE CHURCHES OF CHRIST IN AMERICA
Box 1
Purpose statement; constitution and by-laws, 1908
Programmatic efforts, 1908-1912
- pamphlet "The Church and Modern Industry," 1908
- pamphlet "International Relations" by Henry Wade Rogers, 1908
- pamphlet "A Plan of Social Work for the Federal Council..." by Bishop E.R. Hendrix, 1911
- leaflet "Condensed Minutes of the Meeting of the Executive Committee," June 14, 1911
- "Bulletin of Results: Inter-Church Federation at Work" #2, 1911 (November)
- pamphlet "Report on the Industrial Situation at Muscatine, Iowa," circa 1912
- pamphlet "The Nation-Wide Campaign of The Commission on the Church and Social Service," circa 1912
- pamphlet "Christian Work for Men and Boys," 1912
- pamphlet "The Report of the Commission on the Church and Social Service to the Federal Council...," 1912
- pamphlet "Christian Unity in Fact and Practice, From January 1 to June 1, 1912"
Programmatic efforts, 1908-1912
- pamphlet "Church Federation: Second Annual Report of the Executive Committee," 1910
- pamphlet "Church Federation: Third Annual Report of the Executive Committee," 1911
Programmatic efforts, 1913-1914
- pamphlet "The Open Forum: A School for the Theory and Practice of Democracy" by William Horton Foster for the Commission on the Church and Social Service, circa 1914
- leaflet "Federal Council of the Church of Christ in America: The Year 1914"
- pamphlet "A Directory of the State and Local Federations in the United States" compiled under the direction of the Commission on State and Local Federations and The Commission on Federated Movements, 1914 (reprint September 1915)
- pamphlet "Social Service for Young People: What Is It" by Henry F. Ward for the Commission on the Church and Social Service, 1914
- pamphlet "Suggestions for State and Local Federations" by the Commission on State and Local Federations, 1914
- pamphlet "The Church and Industrial Warfare: A Report on the Labor Troubles in Colorado and Michigan" by Rev. Henry A. Atkinson, 1914
- pamphlet "A Hundred Years of Peace Between the Two Great English-Speaking Nations" by William Archibald Dunning (sent out under the auspices of the Federal Council of Churches), 1914
- booklet "Annual Reports of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America for the Year 1913"
- pamphlet "To the Churches: Report of the Second Quadrennial Council," undated
- Bulletin #7 "A Statement of Principles," January 15, 1914
- Bulletin #9 "The Japanese Problem" by Prof. Sidney L. Gulick, February 1, 1914
- Bulletin #10 "Two Addresses by Prof. Sidney L. Gulick on A New Immigration Policy and The American-Japanese Problem," February 8, 1914
- Bulletin #12 "Report of the Secretary of the Federal Council to the Administrative Committee and to the Preliminary Joint Committee on Eastern Race Relationships," March 15, 1914
- pamphlet "The Churches of Christ in America and International Peace," 1914
- leaflet/s "Suggestions for Labor Sunday 1914"
- miscellaneous reports and releases
Programmatic efforts, 1915-1919
- periodical "The Gospel of the Kingdom: Studies in War and Peace Recommended by the Commission on Christian Education of the Federal Council..." (vol. VII:1), 1915 (January)
- periodical "Bulletin of Church Statistics" by the Federal Council of Churches (no. 68), 1915 (February)
- pamphlet "A Call to Prayer for a World-wide Revival" issued by the Commission on Evangelism, 1915 (March 20)
- pamphlet "The Atlantic City Conference on Inter-Church Activities Held in the St. James Protestant Episcopal Church, Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 3, 4, 1915" called by the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America, 1915
- pamphlet "Report of The Christian Embassy to Japan" ["Report to the Commission on Relations with Japan of the Federal Council...by The Christian Embassy to Japan"], 1915
- pamphlet "International Peace: A Study in Christian Fraternity" by Norman E. Richardson, 1915
- booklet "Annual Reports of the Federal Council...For the Year 1915"
- pamphlet "Proposed Course on International Peace: A Study in Christian Fraternity" by the Commission on Christian Education, circa 1915
- pamphlet "Report of the General War-Time Commission of the Churches," 1917 (December)
- leaflet "The Federal Council...Its Constitution and Its Work," undated
- miscellaneous reports and releases
Programmatic efforts, undated [circa 1908-1919]
- pamphlet "Seven Years of Child Labor Reform" by Owen R. Lovejoy; published by the National Child Labor Committee for the Commission on the Church and Social Service of the Federal Council of Churches
- leaflet "The National Temperance Union Under the Direction of the Federal Council of Churches..."
- miscellaneous leaflets
Programmatic efforts, 1920-1924
- pamphlet "Annual Report. Commission on International Justice and Goodwill," 1921
- pamphlet "The Church and a Warless World: The Next Step -- Reduction of Armaments," by the Commission on International Justice and Goodwill of the Federal Council of Churches, 1921
- pamphlet "Achievements of the Conferences As Steps Toward a Warless World" by the Commission on International Justice and Goodwill of the Federal Council of Churches, 1922
- pamphlet "Commission on International Justice and Goodwill," 1922
- pamphlet "The Church and a Warless World" by Sidney L. Gulick (from "The Chinese Recorder," February 1923)
- pamphlet "A Memorial to the United States Senate Concerning American Membership in The Permanent Court of International Justice" by the Commission on International Justice and Goodwill of the Federal Council of Churches, 1924 (January) [removed to Oversized Items Collection]
- pamphlet "What Pastors and Churches Can Do in the Crusade for a Warless World," 1924
- miscellaneous news articles, reports, releases, etc.
Programmatic efforts, 1925-1929
- pamphlet "The Law vs. The Mob" by Prof. Monroe N. Work (Tuskegee Institute); published by the Commission on the Church and Race Relations of the Federal Council of Churches, 1925 (May)
- leaflet "World Friendship Among Children," 1928; postcard "Japanese Friendship Dolls Miss Chiba and Miss Fusa, Mission Inn, Riverside, California"
- pamphlet "The Reestablishment of Right Relations Between America and Japan: Will You Help?" by the Commission on International Justice and Goodwill of the Federal Council of Churches, circa 1925
- pamphlet "Military Training in Schools and Colleges" by the Commission on International Justice and Goodwill of the Federal Council of Churches, 1926
- leaflet "A Personal Letter to Individual Church Members About World Justice and World Peace From Dr. S. Parkes Cadman," 1927
- pamphlets "Brief Discussions of World Justice, Goodwill and Peace" by the Commission on International Justice and Goodwill of the Federal Council of Churches, circa 1928
- pamphlet "The Churches and the World Covenant of Peace" by the Commission on International Justice and Goodwill of the Federal Council of Churches, 1929 (January)
- oversize leaflet "To Christians of All Lands and To All Lovers of World Justice Goodwill and Peace" [re: The World Peace Pact], 1929 (June) [removed to Oversized Items Collection]
- pamphlet "The Words of Christ Commonly Quoted For Or Against War: A Compendium Prepared For Study Groups," 1929
- miscellaneous reports and releases

Box 2
Programmatic efforts: Pamphlet Series, 1920s-1930s
- pamphlet "Mexico" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Summaries for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 1), 1927 (May)
- pamphlet "The New Prospect for Lasting Peace" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Summaries for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 3), circa 1929
- pamphlet "New Plans for Disarmament" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Summaries for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 4), circa 1929
- pamphlet "Twenty American Republics Plan New Institutions for Peace" (Brief Summaries for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 5), circa 1929
- "Working for World Peace: Suggestions for Church School Teachers" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Summaries for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 6), circa 1929
- pamphlet "Shall the United States Join the World Court?" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 7), circa 1930
- pamphlet "The London Naval Conference: A Summary and an Interpretation" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 8), circa 1930
- pamphlet "The World Disarmament Conference: How Far Shall the Nations Reduce Armies and Navies?" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 9), circa 1931
- pamphlet "Coming to Grips With the War System: Reduction of Military Expenditures" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 10), circa 1931
- pamphlet "How To Work for World Peace: Suggestions for Teachers" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 11), circa 1931
- pamphlet "Tangled Skeins in Manchuria" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 12), 1932
- pamphlet "Mary Quizzes John About Reparations and Debts" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 13), circa 1932
- pamphlet "Harry and Jack Discuss the American Navy" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 14), circa 1932
- pamphlet "Mrs. Jones and Prof. Smith Discuss Disarmament" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 15), circa 1932
- pamphlet "Uncle Joe's Solution of the Japan-China Struggle" by Sidney L. Gulick and Henry S. Leiper (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 16), circa 1932
- pamphlet "Mrs. Jones and Mary Discuss the World Court" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 17), 1932 (September)
- pamphlet "James, John and Henry Discuss the Christian and the Patriot" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 18), 1932 (September)
- pamphlet "Coming To Grips With the War System" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 19), 1932 (September)
- pamphlet "Mary and Professor Smith Discuss Sanctions: How To Stop a War That Has Already Started" by Sidney L. Gulick and Walter W. Van Kirk (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 21), 1932 (September)
- pamphlet "Harry and Jack and Others Discuss Security" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 22), circa 1932
- pamphlet "David and the R.O.T.C." by Sidney L. Gulick and Walter W. Van Kirk (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women on the International Relations of the United States of America, no. 23), 1933 (January)
- pamphlet "A Town Meeting to Study War and Peace" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women, no. 1), circa 1928-1929
- pamphlet "Mary Answers Questions About The League of Nations" by Sidney L. Gulick (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women, no. 2), circa 1932-1933
- pamphlet "Six Americans Discuss 'Manchukuo'" by Sidney L. Gulick and Henry S. Leiper (Brief Discussions for Busy Men and Women, no. 3), 1933 (June)
- pamphlet "The ABC of American-Japanese Relations" by Walter W. Van Kirk (ABC Summaries of World Problems), circa 1935-1936
- pamphlet "The ABC of American Neutrality" by Walter W. Van Kirk (ABC Summaries of World Problems), circa 1935-1936
- pamphlet "The ABC of the Italo-Ethiopian Crisis" by Walter W. Van Kirk (ABC Summaries of World Problems), circa 1935-1936
Programmatic efforts, 1930-1932
- pamphlet "The Proposal to Renounce War: A Four Weeks' Study Course of the Multilateral Anti-War Pact of Paris," circa 1929-1930
- pamphlet "Glimpses of Negro Americans," circa 1930
- pamphlet "The Permanent Court of International Justice" by Hon. Alanson B. Houghton, 1931
- pamphlet "Churches and the World Disarmament Conference: Factual Material and Questions for Discussion" by Walter W. Van Kirk and Sidney L. Gulick, 1931
- miscellaneous leaflets, pamphlets, reports and releases
Programmatic efforts, 1933-1939
- pamphlet "Social Action in the Church Program 1935-1936: Practical Suggestions for Church Groups in the Crusade for the Abolition of the War System, Justice for the Worker, Fairplay for the Farmer, Equal Citizenship Rights for the Negro"
- pamphlet "Program Suggestions for World Peace," circa 1937-1938?
- pamphlet "Colonies and the Problem of International Justice: An Urgent Proposal of Something for the Churches To Do for Peace," circa 1938
- miscellaneous leaflets, pamphlets, reports and releases
Programmatic efforts, 1940-1942
- pamphlet "A Message From the National Study Conference on the Churches and the International Situation, Philadelphia, PA, February 27-29, 1940"
- miscellaneous leaflets, pamphlets, correspondence, reports and releases
Programmatic efforts, 1941-1942: Commission to Study the Bases of a Just and Durable Peace
- pamphlet "Long Range Peace Objectives Including an Analysis of the Roosevelt-Churchill Eight Point Declaration," 1941
- pamphlet "'A Just and Durable Peace': Memorandum Embodying the Preliminary Views On Certain Basic Questions of the Committee of Direction...," circa 1941
- pamphlet "A Just and Durable Peace: Data Material and Discussion Questions," 1941 [catalogued]
- pamphlet "A Message From the National Study Conference on the Churches and a Just and Durable Peace, Convened at Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio, March 3-5, 1942"
- pamphlet "A Righteous Faith for a Just and Durable Peace," 1942 (Oct.)
- pamphlet "The Churches and a Just and Durable Peace: A Handbook for the Use of Classes and Discussion Groups," 1942
- pamphlet "The Christian Church and World Order: A Statement by the Commission of the Churches for International Friendship and Social Responsibility, With a Preface by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Chairman of the Commission," 1942
- miscellaneous leaflets/pamphlets
Programmatic efforts, 1943-1945: Commission to Study the Bases of a Just and Durable Peace
- pamphlet "From Cleveland to San Francisco: World Cooperation -- A Christian Responsibility," circa 1945
- pamphlet "'A Just and Durable Peace': Statement of Political Propositions Which Underlie a Just and Durable Peace and Which the United States Ought Now to Accept For Itself and Begin Forthwith to Realize in Cooperation With Others," 1943 [cataloged]
- pamphlet "A Guidebook for Action," 1943
- pamphlet "Six Pillars of Peace: A Study Guide Based on 'A Statement of Political Propositions'," 1943 [cataloged]
- pamphlet "A Message to the Churches From the National Study Conference on the Churches and a Just and Durable Peace, Cleveland, Ohio, January 16-19, 1945"
- pamphlet "'A Just and Durable Peace': Discussion of Political Propositions (Six Pillars of Peace)," 1943 (March)
- pamphlet "The Churches and Lasting Peace: A Study Book Growing Out of the Regional Conference of the Churches on a Just and Durable Peace Held at Hood College, Frederick, Maryland, June 16-18, 1943"
- pamphlet "A Christian Message on World Order From the International Round Table of Christian Leaders, Princeton, July, 1943"
- pamphlet "Statements on World Order: I. Moral Foundations. II. Political Expressions," 1943
- pamphlet "A Christian Basis For Reconstruction: A Statement Signed by Fourteen British Church Leaders, Including the Archbishops of Canterbury and York and the Moderator of the Church of Scotland," 1943
- pamphlet "Christian Action on Four Fronts For Peace," 1945
Programmatic efforts, 1943-1945
- pamphlet "Guide to Information About the Negro and Negro-White Adjustment" by Marguerite E. Bicknell and Margaret C. McCulloch (Department of Race Relations, Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America, Nashville, Tennessee), March 16, 1943
- pamphlet "The Relation of the Church to the War in the Light of the Christian Faith: Report of a Commission of Christian Scholars Appointed by the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America," 1944
- pamphlet "The Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America ...What It Is and Does," 1943
- miscellaneous leaflets, pamphlets, correspondence, reports and releases
Programmatic efforts, 1944-1946 : Commission to Study the Bases of a Just and Durable Peace
- Russian Subcommittee
Programmatic efforts, 1946-1947
- pamphlet "Science and Peace: Address at the Radio Dinner of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, Columbus, Ohio" by Brigadier General David Sarnoff (President, Radio Corporation of America), March 5, 1946
- miscellaneous leaflets, pamphlets, correspondence, reports and releases

Box 3
Programmatic efforts, 1947
- correspondence re: amnesty for conscientious objectors: testimony before Amnesty Board, 1947
Programmatic efforts, 1948-1949
- correspondence re: conscientious objectors, 1948-1949
Programmatic efforts, 1949-1950: correspondence re: C.O. Larry Gara, 1949-1950
Programmatic efforts, undated [pre-1950]
- pamphlet "Our Martial Mythology"
- pamphlet "Social Justice and Economic Reconstruction: Towards a Christian Britain" [cataloged]
- pamphlet "Helps and Suggestions for a Religious Celebration by the Churches at the End of the War"
Programmatic efforts, 1950
- pamphlet "The Christian Conscience and Weapons of Mass Destruction: Report of a Social Commission..." by The Department of International Justice and Goodwill of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, 1950 (December)
- miscellaneous reports and correspondence re: Universal Military Training (UMT), etc.


SERIES B: NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES USA
Box 3 (cont.)

Programmatic efforts, 1951
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pamphlet "Christian Foundations for Lasting Peace" by the General Department of United Church Women of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America, 1951
- miscellaneous reports and correspondence re: Universal Military Training (UMT), etc.
Programmatic efforts, 1951: c orrespondence etc. re: C.O. Robert Michener, 1951
Programmatic efforts, 1952-1959
- leaflet "The Churches' Concerns in Policies Related to the Control of Armaments and of the Use of Space: A Statement of Policy of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A.," 1958 (June)
- leaflet "Christian Women Building Lasting Peace," circa 1958
- pamphlet "Can the Cold War Be Ended" by D.F. Fleming (A Supplementary Background Paper, Preparatory Study Commission II, The Fifth World Order Study Conference, Cleveland, Ohio, November 18-21, 1958)
- pamphlet "On Some Conflicts in Military Policy" by George W. Rathjens Jr. (A Supplementary Background Paper, Preparatory Study Commission II, The Fifth World Order Study Conference, Cleveland, Ohio, November 18-21, 1958)
- pamphlet "The Power Struggle and Security in a Nuclear Space Age" by Harold. E. Stassen (A Background Paper, Preparatory Study Commission II, The Fifth World Order Study Conference, Cleveland, Ohio, November 18-21, 1958)
- pamphlet "International Institutions and Peaceful Change" by Richard M. Fagley (A Background Paper, Preparatory Study Commission V, The Fifth World Order Study Conference, Cleveland, Ohio, November 18-21, 1958)
- correspondence re: conscientious objectors and other subjects; reports; etc.
Programmatic efforts, 1960-1969
- booklet "Church Women United for Peace: A Manual for Peace Priority Programs Through the Churches," 1967
- pamphlet "A Message to the Churches on Viet-Nam: Adopted by the General Board of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. on December 3, 1965"
- pamphlet "Vietnam: An Appeal for Debate and Action," 1966
- pamphlet "Peace....? Man and Nations in a Changing World Community," 1964
- pamphlet "Imperatives of Peace and Responsibilities of Power: A Policy Statement," 1968 (February)
- pamphlet "The Nationwide Program for Peace, June 1959--June 1960. Education and Action in Christian Responsibility in International Relations"
- miscellaneous testimony, reports, correspondence and newsletters, etc.
Programmatic efforts, 1960-1969
- booklet "The Churches and the Air Force Manual Issue: A Compilation by the National Council of Churches," 1960
 Programmatic efforts, 1970-1979
- booklet "Church Investments, Technological Warfare and the Military-Industrial Complex," 1972
- miscellaneous material
Programmatic efforts, 1980-1989
- pamphlet "The Churches and War Tax Resistance: Study Document Adopted by the Governing Board of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A., November 11, 1983"
- booklet "Expressions of Concern About Militarism by Denominations and Church Related Agencies," circa 1981
- booklet "Militarism: Dangerous Drain on Development" by Paul F. McCleary, 1981 (September)
- miscellaneous material
Programmatic efforts, 1990-current
- miscellaneous material


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