Richard E. Neustadt Personal Papers

Papers 1949-1991. Educator, political scientist, government consultant. Professor of government, Columbia University (1954-64) and John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (1965-75); author, Presidential Power (1960); consultant to the President (1961-66); consultant to the Bureau of the Budget (1961-70); consultant to the Atomic Energy Commission (1962-68). Papers document Neustadt's role as political scientist, educator, author and consultant to the president, various branches of the United States Government and the Democratic Platform committee. Correspondence, memorandums, minutes, reports, writings, speeches, interview notes, news clippings, and background research materials relating to government consulting, the Skybolt study, Multilateral Force study, the 1972 Democratic Party platform, and Columbia University.
About 3000 items (12 linear feet, 8 linear inches ; 14.6 cubic feet)

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