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Collection Number: 05498

Collection Title: Daniel H. Pollitt Papers, 1935-2009

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Size 55.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 33,500 items)
Abstract Daniel Hubbard Pollitt (1921-2010) was a law professor, civil liberties lawyer, progressive activist, and staunch advocate and defender of civil liberties and civil rights. The collection documents Daniel H. Pollitt's legal career and his scholarly and public service interests and activities. The bulk of the collection consists of Pollitt's subject files. Major topics include ABSCAM and other congressional ethics controversies; amnesty for draft dodgers and deserters; planning a law school with a focus on public service; civil rights, especially school desegregration and employment discrimination; the death penalty in North Carolina; government employee strikes; self-incrimination and the House Un-American Activities Committee, especially with regard to Lillian Hellman and Arthur Miller; Hobby v. United States, a case about grand jury foreman selection that Pollitt argued before the United States Supreme Court; impeachment; labor, especially the reorganization of the National Labor Relations Board, migrant workers, and the Brookside Mine Strike in Harlan County, Ky.; the North Carolina speaker ban; and Supreme Court nominations. Numerous other topics are covered in these files, many of which concern narrower aspects of constitutional law, such as separation of church and state and search and seizure. Subject files also document long collaborations with a number of legal scholars, civil liberties attorneys, and government officials, including Congressman Frank Thompson, as well as Pollitt's work with academic associations, government agencies, and civil liberties and civil rights groups, and his teaching career and his service to the University of North Carolina. Other smaller series in the collection include Biographical Materials; Correspondence and People Files, which refer to legal cases, writings, and career activities and developments of Pollitt and others, including Joseph L. Rauh Jr., Henry Edgerton, and H.L. Mitchell; Writings, which overlap considerably with the Subject Files; and Photographs, which are chiefly of Pollitt.
Creator Pollitt, Daniel H.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
For reasons of confidentiality, folders 1192-1234 are CLOSED to researchers until 2019.
Use of audio and video materials may require production of listening copies.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Daniel H. Pollitt Papers #5498, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Daniel R. Pollitt, Phoebe Ann Pollitt, and Susan Pollitt of Chapel Hill, N.C., in August 2011 (Acc. 101458).
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Daniel Hubbard Pollitt was born in Washington, D.C., in 1921 to Mima Riddiford and Basil Hubbard Pollitt. Both parents were lawyers in the New Deal administration of President Franklin Roosevelt and committed to principles of social justice. In 1939, Pollitt set off to college at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn., where he earned a bachelor of arts degree in government. In 1943, he joined the United States Marine Corps and served as an infantry officer in the Pacific theater during World War II. After the war ended, Pollitt studied law at Cornell University, earning a LL.B. degree and graduating with honors in 1949.

Pollitt worked for a year in the private law firm of McFarland and Sellers, followed by another year as law clerk to Judge Henry W. Edgerton of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. From 1951 to 1955, he became associated with a Washington, D.C., law firm headed by two New Deal Democratic progressives, Joseph L. Rauh Jr. and John Silard. Working in this firm as a junior attorney during the McCarthy era, Pollitt gained experience in constitutional law cases as he assisted in the representation of controversial figures accused of subversive activities, including the playwrights Lillian Hellman and Arthur Miller, who had been called to testify before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) concerning their perceived Communist associations.

Eventually, Pollitt was drawn to teach law, and in 1955 joined the faculty at the University of Arkansas School of Law. However, two years later, all professors were required to sign oaths dismissing any membership to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), as well as communist organizations. Pollitt refused on the basis of infringment of First Amendment principles, and thus resigned from his position.

In 1957, Pollitt joined the faculty at the University of North Carolina School of Law (UNC) as a constitutional and labor law professor. He was recognized as a committed teacher and mentor to his students and a well-respected member of the University faculty. He served as a member and chair of the University of North Carolina Faculty Council and chair of the Faculty Advisory Committee to the chancellor, among many positions of leadership. Pollitt was instrumental in shaping the University's arguments against the Speaker Ban in 1963. In recognition of his service and contributions to the University, he received the Thomas Jefferson Award and the Order of the Golden Fleece.

While at the University of North Carolina, he became involved in various extracurricular activities regarding civil rights, civil liberties, and labor matters. He fought for the racial integration of schools and establishments in Chapel Hill and throughout North Carolina by way of his contributions to legal cases as well as his scholarly writings and frequent community speaking engagements. He served in leadership roles for a multitude of liberal and progressive organizations on campus and off, including the American Civil Liberties Union and the North Carolina Civil Liberties Union; the American Association of University Professors (AAUP); National Sharecroppers Fund/Rural Advancement Fund/Rural Advancement Foundation International (NSF/RAF and RAFI-USA); American Friends Service Committee; the Southern Regional Council; Citizens Inquiry into Brookside Strike; Southerners for Economic Justice; and the North Carolina Labor Law Center.

Throughout his teaching career, Pollitt continued his association with Rauh and Silard in Washington, D.C., working nearly every summer on civil rights, civil liberties, and labor cases. Pollitt also worked closely with several members of Congress, especially Frank Thompson of New Jersey and Charlie Rose of North Carolina, on policy positions and legislation, often on labor topics such as alternative resolutions to national emergency labor disputes. He served as counsel to Frank Thompson and other congressmen who were caught up in ABSCAM, beginning a long and sustained interest in congressional ethics. He also consulted for several government agencies and commissions, including the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders (Kerner Commission); the National Labor Relations Board; House Committee on Education and Labor and its Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations; and the "Quiet Brain Trust," a group of scholars organized by Eric Goldman to advise President Lyndon Johnson on domestic problems. Pollitt argued one case, Hobby v. United States, before the United States Supreme Court.

Pollitt retired from teaching in 1992, but remained prolific in his research, writing, and activism. He continued to publish on topics such as free speech, student rights, impeachment, war, Supreme Court justices, and civil liberties in times of crisis. He was particularly active in his work for and writings about inmates facing the death penalty. He received a number of lifetime achievement awards, including the Order of the Long-Leaf Pine, the North Carolina Civil Liberties Union Frank Porter Graham and Finlator Awards, and the Robert Seymour Award from People of Faith Against the Death Penalty.

In 1951, Pollitt married Jean Ann Rutledge, the daughter of Supreme Court Justice Wiley B. Rutledge and Annabel Person Rutledge. He and his wife of 55 years had three children: Daniel, Phoebe, and Susan. Widowed in 2006, he married Ellie Kinnaird in 2009. Daniel Pollitt died 5 March 2010 in Chapel Hill, N.C.

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The Daniel H. Pollitt Papers document his legal career and his scholarly and public service interests and activities. The bulk of the collection consists of Pollitt's subject files. Major topics in this series include ABSCAM and other congressional ethics controversies; amnesty for draft dodgers and deserters; Pollitt's dream of creating a law school with a focus on public service, "Big Rock Candy Mountain"; civil rights, especially voting rights, employment discrimination, presidential authority with regard to race relations, and school segregation for Native American students in Dunn, N.C.; the death penalty in North Carolina; government employee strikes, especially collective bargaining issues for health care, postal services, and air traffic control; self-incrimination and the House Un-American Activities Committee, especially with regard to Lillian Hellman and Arthur Miller; Hobby v. United States, a case about grand jury foreman selection that Pollitt argued before the United States Supreme Court; impeachment; labor, especially reorganization of the National Labor Relations Board, migrant workers, and the Brookside Mine Strike in Harlan County, Ky.; the North Carolina speaker ban; and Supreme Court nominations. Nearly all of these subject files concern applications of constitutional law in some way or another, but Pollitt also kept a series of smaller files on narrower constitutional law topics, including separation of church and state, especially school prayer and school vouchers; civil rights, especially school integration in Chapel Hill, N.C.; freedom of association; student rights, especially with regard to protests and free speech; presidential civil immunity; public accommodation laws; redistricting; and search and seizure, especially for drug raids and school campuses.

Subject Files also document long collaborations with a number of legal scholars, civil liberties attorneys, and government officials, including Congressman Frank Thompson, as well as Pollitt's work with the American Association of University Professors, the American Civil Liberties Union, Association of American Law Schools, National Sharecroppers Fund (NSF)/Rural Advancement Fund (RAF)/Rural Advancement Fund International (RAFI-USA), the North Carolina Civil Liberties Union, the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, the North Carolina Labor Law Center, the National Labor Relations Board, and President Lyndon B. Johnson's "Quiet Brain Trust," among others. There are also materials documenting Pollitt's teaching career and his service to the University of North Carolina, including his work on the Faculty Council, the Faculty Advisory Committee to the Chancellor, and the ad hoc committee on athletics and the University.

There are four other smaller series in the collection. The Biographical Materials series includes speeches, notes for talks, essays, letters to the editor, and related correspondence; clippings that are biographical and topical in nature; curriculum vita; calendars; correspondence and employment forms relating to military service and university and government appointments throughout his career; and thank you notes and letters received in acknowledgment of awards received. The Correspondence and People Files series refers to legal cases, writings, and career activities and developments of Pollitt and others, including Joseph L. Rauh Jr., Henry Edgerton, and H.L. Mitchell. There are also nominations and memorials written by Pollitt for his correspondents. The Writings series, which overlaps considerably with the Subject Files series, consists of drafts and published copies of Pollitt's writings. Major topics include academic freedom, free speech, the Fifth Amendment, government powers, labor, and civil liberties. There are many more topics represented, though typically in briefer formats, such as opinion essays and letters to the editor. The Photographs series includes portraits and snapshots of Pollitt with family, at work with colleagues, and with students, and signed portraits of Judge Henry Edgerton and Joseph L. Rauh Jr.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009.

Abuot 2,000 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Materials documenting employment, activities, "doings," interests, and achievements of Daniel H. Pollitt, including speeches, talks, essays, letters to the editor, and related correspondence; clippings that are biographical and topical in nature; curriculum vita; calendars; correspondence and employment forms relating to military service and university and government appointments throughout his career; and thank you notes and letters received in acknowledgment of awards received.

Note that original file folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 1

Admission to practice #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 1

Folder 2-7

Folder 2

Folder 3

Folder 4

Folder 5

Folder 6

Folder 7

Biographical clippings #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 2-7

Topics include the Long Leaf Pine Award, the Thomas Jefferson Award, University of North Carolina faculty council; sources include the Durham Herald, Raleigh News and Observer, the Independent, the Spectator, Daily Tar Heel, National Journal, Tar Heel Barrister.

Folder 8

Contact lists #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 8

Names and addresses.

Folder 9

Curriculum vitae #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 9

Folder 10-11

Folder 10

Folder 11

Personal #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 10-11

Thank you notes, clippings, letters of praise.

Folder 12-46

Folder 12

Folder 13

Folder 14

Folder 15

Folder 16

Folder 17

Folder 18

Folder 19

Folder 20

Folder 21

Folder 22

Folder 23

Folder 24

Folder 25

Folder 26

Folder 27

Folder 28

Folder 29

Folder 30

Folder 31

Folder 32

Folder 33

Folder 34

Folder 35

Folder 36

Folder 37

Folder 38

Folder 39

Folder 40

Folder 41

Folder 42

Folder 43

Folder 44

Folder 45

Folder 46

Calendars, 1971-1993, 1995-1998, 2000-2005, 2007-2008 #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 12-46

Folder 47-54

Folder 47

Folder 48

Folder 49

Folder 50

Folder 51

Folder 52

Folder 53

Folder 54

Doings, 1950s-2000s, undated #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 47-54

Speeches, presentations, and other documentation of current thinking, interests, and activities of Pollitt. Also included are Pollitt's remarks on receiving the Charles and Dorcas Jones Award in 1996 and Barry Nakell's introduction of Pollitt at this event.

See also Pending matters.

Folder 55

Doings: Roe v. Wade 20th anniversary #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 55

Folder 56-59

Folder 56

Folder 57

Folder 58

Folder 59

Letters and articles, 1980s-2000s #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 56-59

Pollitt letters to the editor and to individuals on gun control; the Iraq war; air traffic controllers' strike; strip mining in national forests; presidential immunity; the Hamlet chicken processing plant fire; and on University of North Carolina topics, including seating at the Dean Smith Center, the firing of football coach Dick Crum, chancellor bonuses, the manufacture of licensed apparel by Nike, and the retraction of JamesOn Curry's basketball scholarship. There also is some general correspondence remarking on Pollitt's awards and activities and current events, such as the Supreme Court nomination of Clarence Thomas; a memorandum on separation of church and state in the George W. Bush administration; drafts of articles on Philip Agee's passport case; and a speech on workers' rights.

Folder 60

National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), 1961-1962 #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 60

Letters from Pollitt and personnel forms relating to his work as a consultant to Frank W. McCulloch, chair of the NLRB.

Folder 61-62

Folder 61

Folder 62

National Labor Relations Board: Appointment, 1977 #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 61-62

Pollitt's campaign for support, letters of endorsement, letter explaining withdrawal from consideration.

Digital Video Disc DVD-5498/1-4

DVD-5498/1

DVD-5498/2

DVD-5498/3

DVD-5498/4

Oral histories #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." DVD-5498/1-4

Video recordings of Pollitt discussing his life with his grandson.

Folder 63-64

Folder 63

Folder 64

Pending matters, 1980s-1990s #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 63-64

Speeches, presentations, and other documentation of current thinking, interests, and activities of Pollitt.

See also Doings.

Folder 65

Pollitt cases #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 65

Wills and summons for Pollitt family members and other possible relations.

Folder 66-68

Folder 66

Folder 67

Folder 68

Retirement, 1992 #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 66-68

Letters, clippings pertaining to retirement party and roast.

Videotape VT-5498/7

Retirement, 3 April 1992 #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." VT-5498/7

Five-minute videotape of Julius Chambers speaking about his experiences as a student of Pollitt's beginning in 1959, Pollitt's support of black students in the law school, and Pollitt's other work.

Folder 69-72

Folder 69

Folder 70

Folder 71

Folder 72

Speeches, 1960s-1970s #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 69-72

Texts, notes, and invitations. Topics include the House Un-American Activities Committee, habeus corpus, integration, law in an election year, alternatives to rioting, Congress and the problems facing America, amending the National Labor Relations Act, collective bargaining, Earl Warren, civil liberties, student rights, legislative proposals to compel teaching of certain courses, and other topics. Some speeches were prepared for delivery by Congressman Frank Thompson (Democrat-New Jersey). Speeches given by Pollitt were chiefly at meetings in Chapel Hill, but also at other college campuses in North Carolina.

Folder 73

Talks and notes for talks #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 73

Topics include free speech, privacy, Supreme Court, anti-war, civil liberties, military tribunals, and the American tradition of civil disobedience. Talks were given at Amerian Civil Liberties Union meetings, at Chapel Hill town council, the Community Church of Chapel Hill, and other local churches.

Folder 74

Telephone logs, 2000s #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 74

Folder 75

Thomas Jefferson Award, 1982 #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 75

Folder 76-83

Folder 76

Folder 77

Folder 78

Folder 79

Folder 80

Folder 81

Folder 82

Folder 83

Topical clippings #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 76-83

Letters to the editor and articles by Pollitt, as well as articles in which he is quoted or his expertise is otherwise cited. Topics include the death penalty, drug testing, migrant farm workers, University of North Carolina faculty council, speaker ban, Clinton impeachment, collective bargaining, tenure, the bill of rights, the Persian Gulf War (1991), anti-apartheid movement, gun control, freedom of speech, Richard Nixon, Supreme Court nominations (Bork, Ginsburg, Thomas, Alito), Wilmington 10.

Folder 84

United States Congress, 1970s-1990s #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 84

Correspondence and forms, chiefly relating to pay and benefits for consultant work done for members of Congress.

Folder 85

United States Marine Corps, 1945-1962 #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 85

Copies of letters and forms relating to military service and discharge.

Folder 86

University of Arkansas, 1955-1958 #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 86

Initial appointment, retirement policy committee, correspondence with a former colleague regarding Pollitt's analysis of an act passed by the Arkansas legislature that was intended to frustrate court decisions on public school segregation.

Folder 87

University of Manchester: Visiting professor #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 87

Folder 88

University of North Carolina, 1957-1990 #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 88

Correspondence relating to initial faculty appointment and subsequent promotions, committee appointments, and awards; memoranda to University of North Carolina administrators; copies of remarks on inauguration of Christopher Fordham; copy of letter to President Ronald Reagan protesting attack on Grenada in 1983.

Folder 89-90

Folder 89

Folder 90

University of North Carolina: Dan Pollitt Fellowship, 1992-2009 #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 89-90

Fundraising materials.

Folder 91

University of Oregon: Visiting professor, 1964 #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 91

Folder 92

Washington College of Law, 1954-1955 #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 92

Correspondence relating to work as a lecturer.

Folder 93

Weekend with Dan Pollitt, 1979 #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 93

Course on human rights and the law.

Folder 94

Village elders, 1997-1999 #05498, Series: "1. Biographical Materials, 1945-2009." Folder 94

Planning committee materials for program of University of North Carolina scholars giving talks to the public.

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About 500 items.

Correspondence referring to legal cases, writings, and career activities and developments of Daniel H. Pollitt and others, as well as other biographical materials, often nominations and memorials written by Pollitt, for his correspondents.

Folder 95-100

Folder 95

Folder 96

Folder 97

Folder 98

Folder 99

Folder 100

Correspondence, 1950s-2001 and undated #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 95-100

References to legal cases, writings, and career activities and developments of Pollitt and others; thank you notes; and an oversized get-well card (OP-5498/1).

Folder 101

Adams, Charlotte #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 101

Talk given by Pollitt on occasion of Adams receiving Charles and Dorcas Jones Award.

Folder 102

Barber, James David #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 102

Biographical information, text of anti-capital punishment speech.

Folder 103

Bennett, Fay #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 103

Folder 104

Brandis, Henry #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 104

Memorial.

Folder 105

Chambers, Julius #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 105

Proposed nomination to the Supreme Court, clippings.

Folder 106

Clark, Rebecca #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 106

Memorial.

Folder 107

Cleaveland, Fred #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 107

Memorial.

Folder 108

Coates, Albert #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 108

Clippings about and writings by Coates.

Folder 109

Coates, Gladys #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 109

Clipping.

Folder 110

Craven, J. Braxton #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 110

Memorial.

Folder 111

Dunbar, Leslie ("Lee") #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 111

Writings by; nomination by Pollitt for an American Civil Liberties Union Medal of Liberty.

Folder 112-115

Folder 112

Folder 113

Folder 114

Folder 115

Edgerton, Henry #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 112-115

Correspondence after Pollitt's clerkship with Judge Edgerton; list of law clerks for the United States Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit, 1935-1966; book review and correspondence about Freedom in the Balance; and Edgerton's writings on nuclear arms, the Cuban missile crisis, sentencing in narcotics cases.

Folder 116

Ferguson, Jim #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 116

Introduction by Pollitt for the North Carolina Civil Liberties Union Frank Porter Graham Award.

Folder 117

Finlator, W.W. #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 117

Introductions, tributes, memorials.

Folder 118

Finley, Joe #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 118

Obituary.

Folder 119

Franklin, John Hope #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 119

Charles Jones award, obituary.

Folder 120

Fuller, James #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 120

Endorsement for North Carolina Supreme Court campaign, clippings.

Folder 121

Gelblum, Morris #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 121

Memorial.

Folder 122

Golden, Robert #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 122

North Carolina bar inquiry into mental health fitness of applicants.

Folder 123

Graham, George #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 123

Memorial.

Folder 124

Green, Paul #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 124

Memorial.

Folder 125

Gressman, Eugene #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 125

Biographical information, letter regarding loss of office at law school.

Folder 126

Harris, Fred #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 126

Correspondence regarding visit to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law and application for deanship at University of Oklahoma School of Law.

Folder 127

Hoyman, Scott #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 127

Retirement tribute.

Folder 128

Jones, Charles #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 128

Memorial, clippings, remarks by John Hope Franklin on the founding of the Charles M. Jones Fellowship for Human Rights.

Folder 129

MacDonald, Don #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 129

Memorial.

Folder 130

McCulloch, Frank #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 130

Memorial.

Folder 131

McKissick, Floyd #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 131

Obituary and memorial.

Folder 132

Millett, Fred #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 132

Memorial.

Folder 133

Mitchell, H.L. #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 133

Correspondence about microfilming of Southern Tenant Farmers Union Papers, a proposed project to bring about social and economic change, union politics.

Folder 134

Morgan, Chuck #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 134

Memorial.

Folder 135

Murray, Pauli #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 135

Copy of letter about Murray's rejection of honorary degree from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Folder 136

Nakell, Barry #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 136

Letter, appeal to board of trustees, and clippings relating to dismissal from faculty at the University of North Carolina School of Law, and clippings concerning unconstitutionality of state-supported Christmas decorations.

Folder 137

Nichol, Gene #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 137

Email and clippings about dismissal from presidency of the College of William and Mary.

Folder 138

Okun, Daniel #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 138

"Tar Heel of the Week" clipping, introduction speech about Beth and Dan Okun on occasion of Charles and Dorcas Jones award.

Folder 139

Penegar, Ken #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 139

Letter, curriculum vitae.

Folder 140

Price, David #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 140

Materials relating to campaign for seat in the United States House of Representatives.

Folder 141

Queen, Ann #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 141

Fundraising for Ann Queen Foundation, honorary degree, memorial.

Folder 142

Rauh, Joseph L. Jr.: Correspondence #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 142

Concerning legal questions and cases, including issuance of passports, right of confrontation, Arthur Miller and the House Un-American Activities Committee; letter of nomination for Pollitt for a MacArthur Foundation fellowship.

Folder 143-151

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Folder 144

Folder 145

Folder 146

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Folder 148

Folder 149

Folder 150

Folder 151

Rauh, Joseph L. Jr.: Other papers #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 143-151

Clippings about, speeches on civil liberties, lawyers' obligation to public interests; writings on the history of the Supreme Court; memorials; copy of "The Lion of Liberalism: Joseph L. Rauh Jr. and His Times."

Folder 152

Rose, Charlie #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 152

Letter and a clipping regarding controversy over Rose's home state residency.

Folder 153

Silard, John #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 153

Writings on collective bargaining.

Folder 154

Smith, Dean #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 154

Correspondence about faculty resolution honoring Smith, awards received by Pollitt, the death penalty, and retirement.

Folder 155

Smith, McNeill #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 155

Correspondence concerning legal cases and Smith's campaign for United States Senate.

Folder 156

Smith, Norm #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 156

Clipping.

Folder 157

Stein, Adam #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 157

Campaign for Superior Court judge.

Folder 158

Stone, Chuck #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 158

Clipping.

Folder 159

Wheeler, Ray #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 159

Memorial.

Folder 160

Wilkinson, Frank #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 160

Obituary.

Folder 161-162

Folder 161

Folder 162

Wright, Marion, 1959-1961, 1972 #05498, Series: "2. Correspondence and People Files, 1950s-2001." Folder 161-162

Memorials, obituaries, and speeches on civil liberties, civil disobedience, role of government, and other topics.

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About 1,000 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Drafts and published copies of Pollitt's writings that appeared in scholarly journals, popular magazines, and newspapers. Background research and copies for some of these writings are also found in the Subject Files series. Topics include congressional ethics, academic freedom, desegregation, employment discrimination, civil liberties, Supreme Court justices and nominees, fifth amendment, free speech, impeachment, loyalty and security programs, war, presidential power, the war on terrorism, constitutional conventions, civil rights, equal protection, the Wilmington 10, students and due process, senate filibusters, prison furloughs, habeas corpus, the United Airlines strike, impeachment, same sex marriage, Florida electoral college, Elian Gonzalez, amnesty for draft evaders, death penalty cases in North Carolina, Kenneth Starr, presidential pardons, anti-begging ordinances, and labor, in particular the Workplace Fairness Act, collective bargaining, right to work, National Labor Relations Board elections, race hate propaganda in union organization drives, and picketing. There are tributes to William O. Douglas, Marion Wright, and others. Also included are writings by others on varied topics, including the National Labor Relations Act, support networks for inmate re-entry into society, the 1970s student strike at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, capital punishment, constitutionality of federal election campaign act of 1971, the ninth amendment, racist speech, and criminal appellants.

Note that many original folder titles have been retained.

Folder 163

A Tribute to Arthur Larson #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 163

Folder 164

Abscam #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 164

Folder 165

"Advise and Consent of the Senate" #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 165

Folder 166

AIG bonuses, bail out #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 166

Folder 167

American Association of University Professors, academic freedom at Wesleyan University #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 167

Folder 168

Bill of Attainder #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 168

Folder 169

"Civil liberties in times of crisis," 2001 #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 169

Folder 170

Confrontation, 1960 #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 170

Folder 171

Confrontation #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 171

Folder 172

"David Souter, The Dark Side" #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 172

Folder 173

Death penalty #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 173

Folder 174

"A Dissenting View: The Executive Enforcement of Judicial Decrees" #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 174

Article published in the American Bar Association Journal (June 1959).

Folder 175

Execution of the Mentally Retarded, Execution Tainted by Race #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 175

Folder 176

Fifth amendment #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 176

Folder 177

Fifth amendment and subversion #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 177

Folder 178

Free speech at the University of North Carolina: Tancredo affair, 2009 #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 178

Folder 179

Freedom of speech in public schools, 1988 #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 179

Folder 180

Elian Gonzalez #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 180

Folder 181

Eugene Gressman #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 181

Folder 182

Gridlock #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 182

Folder 183

Half Mast the Flag #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 183

Folder 184

Impeachment, 2006 #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 184

Folder 185

"Jesse Helms' Tough Talk" #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 185

Folder 186

Ku Klux Klan and the Lumbee Indians, 1966 #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 186

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Folder 189

Labor #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 187-189

Workplace Fairness Act, collective bargaining, right to work, National Labor Relations Board elections, race hate propaganda in union organization drives, picketing.

Folder 190

"Law School with a Bent for Public Service" #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 190

Folder 191

Lawyers' Review Committee to Study the Department of Justice #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 191

Folder 192

Legal Problems in Southern Desegregation #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 192

Folder 193

Loyalty and Security Programs, 1953, 1957 #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 193

Folder 194

Thurgood Marshall #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 194

Folder 195

"My Heart Goes Out" #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 195

Folder 196

Palin, Sarah, 2008 #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 196

Folder 197

Presidential Powers and Race Relations #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 197

Folder 198

Racial Discrimination in Employment, 1963 #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 198

Folder 199

Reapportioning the House of Representatives #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 199

Folder 200

School choice, vouchers, and the Constitution #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 200

Folder 201

"Sex Then Coverup: An Impeachable Offense" #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 201

Folder 202

"Strangers in Our Midst" #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 202

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Folder 206

Thompson, Frank #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 203-206

Folder 207

"To Rescue Our Heritage" #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 207

Folder 208

War on Terrorism and Constitutional Issues #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 208

Folder 209

War Powers #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 209

Folder 210

Washington D.C. as capital #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 210

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Folder 214

Where We Stand #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 211-214

Folder 215

"Xenophobia: A Look at the Law" #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 215

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Folder 224

Miscellaneous #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 216-224

Topics include constitutional conventions, civil rights, equal protection, the Wilmington 10, academic freedom and tenure, civil liberties in a times of crisis, Samuel Alito, students and due process, senate filibusters, prison furloughs, habeas corpus, the United Airlines strike, impeachment, same sex marriage, Florida electoral college, Elian Gonzalez, amnesty for draft evaders, death penalty cases in North Carolina, congressional war powers, Kenneth Starr, presidential pardons, anti-begging ordinances, tributes to William O. Douglas, Marion Wright, and others; some writings duplicate materials in this series as well as the topical clippings file in Series 1.

Folder 225

Writings by others: Aspin, Leslie #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 225

Reinstatement under NLR Act.

Folder 226

Writings by others: Barr, Thomas #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 226

Study of informal support for re-entry of former inmates of correctional facilities into central North Carolina society.

Folder 227

Writings by others: Bello, Thomas M. #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 227

Student strike at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1970.

Folder 228

Writings by others: Clay, William L. #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 228

Capital punishment.

Folder 229

Writings by others: Fleishman, Joel #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 229

Constitutionality of federal election campaign act of 1971.

Folder 230

Writings by others: In Appreciation: Daniel Hubbard Pollitt #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 230

Issue of North Carolina Law Review dedicated to Pollitt, with essays by Joseph L. Rauh Jr., Eugene Gressman, Judith Wegner, and Kelvin L. Newsome.

Folder 231

Writings by others: Patterson, Bennett B. #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 231

Ninth amendment.

Folder 232

Writings by others: Racist speech #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 232

Journal articles by Mary Ellen Gale and Nadine Strossen.

Folder 233

Writings by others: Van Alstyne, William #05498, Series: "3. Writings, 1953-2009." Folder 233

Criminal appellants.

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About 30,000 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Subject files documenting Daniel H. Pollitt's legal career and his scholarly and public service interests and activities. Topics include ABSCAM and other congressional ethics controversies; amnesty for draft dodgers and deserters; Pollitt's dream of creating a law school with a focus on public service, "Big Rock Candy Mountain"; civil rights, especially segregated schools for Native American students in Dunn, N.C., employment discrimination, and presidential authority with regard to race relations; the death penalty in North Carolina; government employee strikes, especially collective bargaining issues for health care, postal services, and air traffic control; self-incrimination and the House Un-American Activities Committee, especially with regard to Lillian Hellman and Arthur Miller; Hobby v. United States, a case about grand jury foreman selection that Pollitt argued before the United States Supreme Court; impeachment; labor, especially reorganization of the National Labor Relations Board, migrant workers, and the Brookside Mine Strike in Harlan County, Ky.; the North Carolina speaker ban; and Supreme Court nominations. Nearly all of these subject files concern applications of constitutional law in some way or another, but Pollitt also kept a series of smaller files on narrower constitutional law topics, including separation of church and state, especially school prayer and school vouchers; civil rights, especially school integration in Chapel Hill, N.C.; freedom of association; student rights, especially with regard to protests and free speech; presidential civil immunity; public accommodation laws; redistricting; and search and seizure, especially for drug raids and school campuses.

Subject files also document long partnerships with a number of legal scholars, civil liberties attorneys, and government officials, including Congressman Frank Thompson, as well as Pollitt's service on the board of directors or in other administrative capacities for a number of organizations, including the American Association of University Professors, the American Civil Liberties Union, Association of American Law Schools, National Sharecroppers Fund (NSF)/Rural Advancement Fund (RAF)/Rural Advancement Fund International (RAFI-USA), North Carolina Civil Liberties Union, and Southerners for Economic Justice. He also consulted on a number of government commissions, including the National Advisory Comission on Civil Disorders, the North Carolina Labor Law Center and the National Labor Relations Board, and for the "Quiet Brain Trust" a select group of scholars organized by Eric Goldman, special assistant to President Lyndon B. Johnson, and charged with generating "new and imaginative ideas for the benefit of Government." There are also materials documenting Pollitt's teaching career and his service to the University of North Carolina, including his constitutional and labor law classes, his work on the Faculty Council, the Faculty Advisory Committee to the Chancellor, the ad hoc committee on athletics and the university, and other committees.

Many of these subject files contain writings, correspondence, or notes that reflect Pollitt's thinking on a particular topic, but some consist only of court documents, clippings, printed material, or writings by others that he collected.

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Folder 241

Abscam, 1981-1989 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 234-241

Legal documents concerning Frank Thompson, John Murphy, and John W. Jenrette; case law memorandum with respect to voluntary political contributions and to possible judgments against Frank Thompson's retirement annuity and home; two essays, Pollitt's "The Dark Side of Abscam" and "The Lessons of ABSCAM: A Public Policy Report by the American Civil Liberties Union"; letters from Frank Thompson while he was in prison to Dan Pollitt, discussing politics, plans for a public service law school, family, and other topics; and clippings about the funeral of Frank Thompson.

Folder 242

American Association of University Professors, 1950-1965 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 242

Materials related to Committee on Academic Freedom's consideration of a University of North Carolina personnel form asking about membership in Communist Party; desegregation of ward assignments at North Carolina Memorial Hospital.

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Folder 244

American Association of University Professors, 1968-1970 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 243-244

Executive Committee (of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill chapter) materials concerning the jurisdiction of the committee on civil rights, food strike of 1969, student academic freedom and disruption.

Folder 245

American Association of University Professors, 1970s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 245

Membership Committee and drives, Committee on University Government.

Folder 246

American Association of University Professors, 1979-1983 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 246

Executive Committee (of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill chapter) meeting minutes, memoranda on changes in tenure regulations, highlights of American Association of University Professors activities at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, survey of working conditions for faculty without tenure, committee W report (Status of Women in the Academic Profession) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Folder 247

American Association of University Professors, 1985, 1990-1991, 1998 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 247

Miscellaneous memoranda, newsletter; writings about gender and race discrimination in academe; copy of Pollitt's "Entering the Academic Arena Running: The AAUP's First Year."

Folder 248

American Association of University Professors: Academe #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 248

Reports on academic freedom and tenure at various institutions.

Folder 249

American Association of University Professors: Academic tenure, 1982-1983 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 249

Committee on University Government, revision of trustee policy governing tenure and dismissal at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Folder 250

American Association of University Professors: Committee H (History) #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 250

Folder 251

American Association of University Professors: Committee N (Representation of Economic and Professional Interests), 1983 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 251

Agency fee subcommittee.

Folder 252

American Association of University Professors: Council, 1976-1980 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 252

Press releases, meeting agendas, nominations, election results, collective bargaining, committee membership.

Folder 253

American Association of University Professors: Kentucky, 1965 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 253

Correspondence relating to Pollitt's presentation on speaker bans and William Fiddler's "Academic Freedom in the South Today" to be given at the American Association of University Professors conference at the University of Kentucky.

Folder 254

American Association of University Professors: Litigation committee, 1983-1987 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 254

Memoranda and legal documents relating to court cases of interest to the American Association of University Professors.

Folder 255

American Association of University Professors: Cases: Brigham Young University, 1997 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 255

Folder 256

American Association of University Professors: Cases: East Tennessee State University, 1970 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 256

Folder 257

American Association of University Professors: Cases: Fayetteville State University, 1971 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 257

Folder 258

American Association of University Professors: Cases: Murray State University, 1975 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 258

Folder 259

American Association of University Professors: Cases: North Carolina State University, 1972-1973 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 259

Folder 260

American Association of University Professors: Cases: University of Miami, 1968 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 260

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American Association of University Professors: Cases: University of Virginia, 1998-2003 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 261-264

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American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU): Board of Directors, 1985-1992 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 265-270

Minutes, agendas, finances, policy, and related materials; topics include privileged communications, sex segregated facilities at universities, free speech association, Church and State Committee, government trusteeships of labor unions, Indian rights, homelessness, Communications Media Committee, bias laws, Due Process Committee report on double jeopardy, DNA testing, decriminalization of drug use and possession, impeachable offenses by the Reagan administration, campaign financing, and race discrimination.

Folder 271

American Civil Liberties Union: Civil Liberties in the Workplace, 1992-1994 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 271

Progress report, agenda for conference call.

Folder 272

American Civil Liberties Union: Encyclopedia of Southern History , 1976 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 272

Essay by Daniel Pollitt.

Folder 273

American Civil Liberties Union: "The National Guard and the Constitution: An ACLU Legal Study," 1971 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 273

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American Civil Liberties Union: Policy statements and memoranda #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 274-275

Topics include censorship, American Civil Liberties Union history, death penalty, conscientious objectors, church and state, labor and business, academic freedom, war in Southeast Asia, police practices, privacy, self-incrimination, state control of drugs and alcohol, military power, and many other subjects.

Folder 276

American Civil Liberties Union: Racist speech #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 276

Proposed policy statement, legal documents, and other writings on free speech and bias on college campuses.

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American Civil Liberties Union: Reproductive Rights Update, AIDS, civil liberties in the workplace, 1990-1991 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 277-278

Memorandum from National Taskforce on Civil Liberties in the Workplace on the Uniform Employment Termination Act (strikebreaker), 1990; copies of Reproductive Rights Update, 1990-1991; American Civil Liberties Union AIDS policy update.

Folder 279

American Civil Liberties Union: Miscellaneous #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 279

Program from twentieth anniversary event of the North Carolina Civil Liberties Union and a 1953 American Civil Liberties Union Academic Freedom Committee statement on the rights and responsibilities of universities and their faculties.

Folder 280

Americans for Democratic Action: 25th Amendment, 1973-1974 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 280

Includes congressional testimony by Joseph L. Rauh Jr.

Folder 281

Americans for Democratic Action: Department of Justice, 1970 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 281

Lawyers Committee (Abner Mikvah committee) to investigate Department of Justice failure to enforce equal protection clause of the fourteenth amendment and the civil rights laws enacted thereunder; first amendment rights of speech, assembly, dissent, and protest; and politicized law enforcement.

Folder 282

Amnesty: American Civil Liberties Union project, 1973 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 282

Statement endorsing universal and unconditional amnesty sent to leaders from Vietnam War era in response to perceived failure of President Ford's clemency program.

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Amnesty: Articles and speeches #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 283-286

Articles, speeches, letters, and commentary by Pollitt, Frank Thompson, and others; topics include "Amnesty: The American Tradition," "Conscience and the American Conscription Laws," congressional power to grant amnesty, the stand-by draft, and the amendment to broaden conscientious objector status to those who opposed war for moral or ethical reasons not connected to religious practice.

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Amnesty: Conscientious objectors cases and materials #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 287-288

Briefs of cases, letters about individual conscientious objector situations, excerpts from World War II experiences, and proposed bills by Frank Thompson.

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Amnesty: Eaton, Robert, 1967-1968 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 289-290

American Civil Liberties Union statement in support of conscientious objectors; Robert "Corky" Eaton's draft appeal in which Pollitt advised legal points on which to appeal Eaton's adjusted status following his participation in an anti-war, anti-draft protest; Robert C. Eaton v Selective Service System, Local Board No. 69.

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Amnesty: Newspaper clippings #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 291-294

Topics include amnesty positions and programs of presidents Nixon, Ford, and Carter, and public responses.

Folder 295

Amnesty: Organizations #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 295

Chiefly flyers, pamphlets, and other ephemera for Americans for Amnesty, but also American Civil Liberties Union and Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO).

Folder 296

Amnesty: Straley, David, 1968-1969 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 296

Conscientious objector who did not meet threshold for religious convictions and who sought Pollitt's advice.

Folder 297

Amnesty: U.S. v. Zimmerman #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 297

"Memorandum of Points and Authorities in support of Motion to Dismiss the Indictment."

Audiocassette C-5498/1

Angelou, Maya, 24 July 1985 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." C-5498/1

Presentation at the Center for Research and Development in Law-Related Education (CRADLE)-sponsored National Innovation Institute, held at Wake Forest University School of Law.

Folder 298

Association of American Law Schools, 1962-1967 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 298

Materials relating to work on the procedural code for the Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure, and other materials for the Advisory Committee on Supreme Court Decisions and Committee on Student-Law School Relations.

Folder 299

Association of American Law Schools, 1965-1969 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 299

"Professional Responsibility: Protection of Lawyers," a survey by Pollitt to assess problems of harassment of lawyers because of unpopular clients or causes, especially with respect to civil rights lawyers in the South.

Folder 300

Association of American Law Schools, 1995-1996 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 300

"First Monday" programs held at law schools across the country to energize law students to engage in more pro bono community service types of law.

Videotape VT-5498/1

Association of American Law Schools, 1996 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." VT-5498/1

"Alliance for Justice Presents: Profiles in Judicial Courage, First Monday 1996."

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Big Rock Candy Mountain #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

Correspondence, speeches, memoranda, and other materials documenting planning and logistics of opening a law school with a strong public service orientation, especially attempts to find a location for it in North Carolina and at other sites around the United States; also called Wiley B. Rutledge Law School in honor of Pollitt's father-in-law, a former Supreme Court Justice.

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Background/early history #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Board of Directors and official papers #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Correspondence, 1971-1986 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Correspondence, 1993-1995 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Asheville/Newton School #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Blue Ridge/Black Mountain College #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Claremont University, 1972 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Flat Rock, 1993-1994 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Glade Valley #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: "Models of Legal Education: How Should Lawyers Be Trained?" #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Monmouth College #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Open Society Institute/Soros Foundation/Atlantic Philanthropic Service Company Inc. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Pender County/Long Creek School #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Penn Center #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Personnel #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Pinehurst #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Southport and Cape May #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Warren Wilson College #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Wilmington #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

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Big Rock Candy Mountain: Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation/Tom Lambeth #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 301-323

Folder 324

Bill of Rights: 200th birthday #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 324

Bicentennial celebration events and media coverage.

Folder 325

Black history #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 325

Notes about slave revolts; clippings, chiefly about nineteenth century people and events; a chapter from The Trial of Martin Luther King, and a North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious Violence report on "Bigoted Violence and Hate Groups in North Carolina."

Folder 326

Black soldier #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 326

Notes on Desegregation of the U.S. Armed Forces: Fighting on Two Fronts, 1939-1953.

Folder 327-329

Folder 327

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Folder 329

Census, 1988 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 327-329

Photocopies of hearings, articles on who gets counted; Pollitt's report on undercount, exclusion of illegal aliens and inclusion of military service men and women living overseas.

Folder 330

Central Intelligence Agency/Federal Bureau of Investigation/Other, 1975, 1988 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 330

Clippings, chiefly about surveillance and informants, student disruptions and free speech on campus.

Folder 331

Chapel Hill: Civil rights/Integration/Human Relations Commission, 1959, 1970, 2008 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 331

Clippings about and an introduction of Harold Foster, who initiated the first Chapel Hill sit-ins in 1960; Chapel Hill Fellowship for School Integration plan for desegregation of schools; ordinance and by-laws of the Chapel Hill Human Relations Commission.

Folder 332

Chapel Hill Independent School, 1970 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 332

Board of Trustees materials, including school proposal, minutes, correspondence, and clippings.

Folder 333-334

Folder 333

Folder 334

Charles M. Jones Fellowship, 1999-2005 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 333-334

Board of Trustees materials, including minutes and correspondence.

Folder 335

Charlotte Three #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 335

Materials relating to the 1968 Charlotte stables fire case, including a petition for pardon addressed to Governor James B. Hunt of North Carolina, signed by various law professors including Pollitt.

Folder 336

Charlotte College #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 336

Legal documents for Wynn v. Board of Trustees of Charlotte College, a case about segregation in community college education.

Folder 337

Civil Rights: American Friends Service Committee, 1959-1961, 1966 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 337

School desegregation program committee, specifically concerning Native American children in Erwin and Dunn, Harnett County, N.C.; materials include meeting minutes, correspondence with legal advice and explanation of the administrative limitations of desegregation; revised statement of policies for school desegregation plans under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Folder 338

Civil Rights: Busing, 1972 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 338

Pollitt's "Congressional Control of Judicial Remedies: President Nixon's Proposed Moratorium on 'Busing' Orders," originally published in North Carolina Law Review.

Folder 339

Civil Rights: Chapel Hill sit-ins, 1964 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 339

Memorandum concerning demonstration cases removed to federal court in order to protect civil rights; "Chapel Hill, North Carolina: A Case Study of a Community's Needs in Relation to H.R.7152 [Civil Rights Act]" by James W. Prothro.

Folder 340

Civil Rights: "Chapel Hill Story," 1965-1966, 2002, circa 2008 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 340

Letters to Pollitt concerning article published in North Carolina Law Review (1965-1966), article drafts, and notes on defendents and their alleged crimes; programs relating to Charles M. and Dorcas Jones Award given to Quinton Baker, Pat Cusick, and John Dunne, on behalf of "the hundreds who fought for desegregation and civil rights in Chapel Hill."

Folder 341

Civil Rights: "Dime Store Demonstrations" #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 341

Correspondence related to publication of Pollitt's article, eventually by Duke Law Journal.

Folder 342-343

Folder 342

Folder 343

Civil Rights: Discrimination in employment, 1961-1963 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 342-343

North Carolina Council on Human Relations report "Employment Opportunities for Negroes in Charlotee, North Carolina"; press release by Governor Terry Sanford; memorandum by Pollitt on racial discrimination in union apprenticeship programs; Pollitt's proposals for corrective action, presented at Notre Dame conference, 1963; United States Department of Labor studies of problems of "negro labor"; statements by the secretary of labor, A. Philip Randolph, American Friends Service Committee, American Jewish Congress, and NAACP for the Equality of Employment Opportunity Subcommittee of House Committee on Education and Labor.

Folder 344

Civil Rights: Discrimination in medical care in North Carolina #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 344

Correspondence and other materials relating to a survey of statutory law that suggests or requires segregated health care.

Folder 345

Civil Rights: Killings, 1964, 1966, 1968 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 345

Clippings relating to civil rights violence in Grenada, Miss.; legal documents relating to the constitutionality of the riot statute in Atlanta, Ga.; an address by Attorney General Ramsey Clark to National College of State Trial Judges regarding use of deadly force in response to looting.

Folder 346-347

Folder 346

Folder 347

Civil Rights: Notre Dame conference, 1961-1963, 1966 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 346-347

Correspondence and writings relating to Pollitt's "Racial Discrimination in Employment: Proposals for Corrective Action," and other materials, including "Report of the Notre Dame Conference on Federal Civil Rights Legislation and Administration," "Registration and Voting in the South," and the Civil Rights Protection Act of 1966.

Folder 348

Civil Rights: President and race relations #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 348

"Federal Executive and Civil Rights," a Southern Regional Council report by Pollitt on presidential authority and race relations to be submitted before the Kennedy administration took office; related press coverage; letters from Pollitt to his mother and others requesting research assistance for this report and strategizing how to make an impact on the Kennedy administration; also includes an address on executive action in the school crisis by Marion Wright, given at Senator Kennedy's National Conference on Constitutional Rights and American Freedom in 1960.

Folder 349

Civil Rights: Presidential power to use troops, 1957 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 349

Memoranda to Luther Hodges on the acts that give precedent to presidential power to use troops; clipping on rioting at the University of Mississippi.

Folder 350

Civil Rights: Racially Motivated Random Violence #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 350

Published in Atlanta by Imani Claiborne; summaries and reprints of newspaper articles previously published.

Folder 351

Clark, Walter #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 351

Pollitt's handwritten biographical notes on Walter Clark, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina, and a 1914 address by Clark, "Government by Judges."

Folder 352-355

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Folder 355

Club Nova #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 352-355

By-laws, meeting minutes, International Center for Clubhouse Development certification, financial, property management, and other materials relating to Club Nova, an organization dedicated to helping people with mental illness rehabilitate and reintegrate into the community.

Folder 356-357

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Community Church of Chapel Hill, 1986-1994 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 356-357

Loan agreements for new roof; Personnel Committee materials; Board of Directors materials; press release about "sanctuary church" designation during the Persian Gulf War; Community Pre-school Committee materials.

Videotape VT-5498/2

Community Church of Chapel Hill: "Bible Belt Justice in the Southern Part of Heaven," undated #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." VT-5498/2

Documentary about the Reverend Charles M. Jones, a Presbyterian minister who attempted to integrate his North Carolina church and was dismissed for his attempts; includes interviews with Chapel Hill residents, including several founding members of the church he formed after his dismissal, the Community Church of Chapel Hill.

Folder 358-362

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Congressional ethics: Subject files: Book drafts and research files #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 358-362

Drafts and research materials relating to an unpublished book manuscript written by Pollitt about congressional ethics.

Folder 363

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Congress-appointed counsel #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 363

Folder 364

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Congressional access to information #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 364

Folder 365

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Congressional Accountability Act #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 365

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Congressional ethics: Subject files: Congressional Research Service #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 366-367

Briefs on congressional ethics.

Folder 368

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Constitutuonal issues #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 368

Folder 369

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Constitutional provisions, with annotations #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 369

Folder 370

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Constitutionality #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 370

Article written by Pollitt and Frank Askin on separation of powers; also includes clippings.

Folder 371

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Court opinions #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 371

Folder 372-373

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Congressional ethics: Subject files: Criminal indictments #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 372-373

Folder 374

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Discipline of morals charges #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 374

Folder 375

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Employment discrimination ( Davis v. Passman) #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 375

Folder 376

Congressional ethics: Subject files: "The Ethics in Government Act: The Independent Counsel Controversy" #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 376

Drafts, research materials, and correspondence relating to a memorandum by Pollitt on the independent counsel.

Folder 377

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Exclusion #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 377

Drafts, research materials, and notes relating to a report by Pollitt on congressional exclusion.

Folder 378

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Great Britain and Canada #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 378

Folder 379

Congressional ethics: Subject files: "House Code of Official Conduct and Rules of Procedure" #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 379

Folder 380-384

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Congressional ethics: Subject files: House Democratic Caucus Special Committee on Congressional Misconduct #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 380-384

Materials relating to Pollitt's work with the House Democratic Caucus Special Committee on Congressional Misconduct, in which he served as staff counsel and collaborated with several Congressmen, including Don Edward, Charlie Rose, and Frank Thompson Jr.; includes memoranda authored by Pollitt, correspondence, notes, research materials, resolutions, committee testimony transcripts, and clippings and other printed materials.

Folder 385

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Immunity from arrest #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 385

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Congressional ethics: Subject files: Independent counsel #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 386-396

Committee reports and statements, correspondence, resolutions, clippings, notes, and writings by Pollitt and others.

Folder 397

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Internal housekeeping provisions/Morgan Murphy case #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 397

Drafts and research materials relating to an article on Morgan Murphy and congressional ethics.

Folder 398-400

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Congressional ethics: Subject files: International corruption on high #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 398-400

Clippings about ethics violations by international politicians, arranged alphabetically by country.

Folder 401

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Lance, Bert #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 401

Folder 402

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Leaks on high/Calls for an independent investigator, 2003 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 402

Clippings.

Folder 403

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Post Office v. Bush #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 403

Research materials and a memorandum by Pollitt on separation of powers.

Folder 404

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Power to discipline former members #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 404

Research materials and a memorandum by Pollitt for Congressman Frank Thompson Jr. on the right of the House of Representatives to punish former member Henry Helstoski.

Folder 405

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Procedures and proposed bills #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 405

Folder 406

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Removal from chairmanships #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 406

Correspondence, notes, clippings, and other research materials.

Folder 407

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Secret Service, Executive privilege, etc. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 407

Folder 408

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Senate Code of Official Conduct #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 408

Folder 409

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Senate Rules of Procedure #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 409

Folder 410

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Separation of powers #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 410

Memorandum by Pollitt for Congressman William D. Ford on separation of powers, notes, Supreme Court opinions, and other research materials.

Folder 411-412

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Folder 412

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Speech or Debate clause #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 411-412

Supreme Court opinions, clippings, and an article by Pollitt.

Folder 413

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Travel vouchers, 1976 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 413

Chiefly correspondence of Pollitt, Congressman Frank Thompson Jr. and his staff, and Attorney General Edward Levi, regarding congressional travel expenditures.

Folder 414

Congressional ethics: Subject files: Union contributions #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 414

Chiefly correspondence of Pollitt and Congressman Frank Thompson Jr. and his staff, regarding local union contributions to Thompson's defense fund.

Folder 415

Congressional ethics: Subject files: "Who Owns the Tapes?" #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 415

Clippings and an article by Pollitt and William Ford regarding ownership of the White House tapes recorded under former president Richard Nixon.

Folder 416-418

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Folder 418

Congressional ethics: Subject files: General #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 416-418

Notes, clippings, opinions, and other research materials about various topics relating to congressional ethics; and a copy of second edition of Congressional Ethics, published by Congressional Quarterly, Inc.

Folder 419

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Babbitt, Bruce #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 419

Folder 420

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Baucus, Max #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 420

Folder 421

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Bauman, Robert #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 421

Folder 422

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Berger, Victor #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 422

Folder 423

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Biaggi, Mario #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 423

Folder 424

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Brown, Ronald #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 424

Folder 425

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Burris, Roland #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 425

Article by Pollitt on the ethics probe into Burris's alleged purchase of his Senate seat from Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, and other materials.

Folder 426

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Bustamante, Albert #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 426

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Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Clinton, Bill #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 427-439

Clinton files concern the various scandals of his administration. Topics include Gennifer Flowers, Web Hubbell, Katherine Willey, Paula Jones, Monica Lewinsky, Susan McDougal, immunity, Arkansas disbarment, passport probe, Robert Ray, Kenneth Starr, Linda Tripp, and the Whitewater investigation. Files chiefly consist of clippings but also include correspondence relating to Pollitt's participation in congressional hearings on impeachable offenses, an article by Pollitt about efforts to impeach President Bill Clinton, and Pollitt's notes summarizing the Whitewater case.

Folder 440

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Coelho, Tony #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 440

Folder 441

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Columbus County corruption ("Colcor") #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 441

Folder 442

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Conner, John C. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 442

Includes Pollitt's notes summarizing the case.

Folder 443

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Coverdell, Paul #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 443

Folder 444

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Craig, Larry #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 444

Folder 445

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Curley, James M. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 445

Folder 446

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: D'Amato, Alfonse #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 446

Folder 447

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Davis, Robert #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 447

Folder 448

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: DeLay, Tom #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 448

Folder 449

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Demery, Thomas #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 449

Folder 450

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Diggs, Charles #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 450

Correspondence and other materials relating to Diggs' mail fraud and payroll padding convictions

Folder 451

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Dixon, Julian #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 451

Folder 452

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Dole, Bob #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 452

Folder 453

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Durenberger, David #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 453

Folder 454

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Ensign, John #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 454

Folder 455

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Espy, Mike #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 455

Folder 456

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Fauntroy, Walker #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 456

Folder 457

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Flake, Floyd #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 457

Folder 458

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Foley, Tom #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 458

Folder 459

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Ford, Harold #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 459

Folder 460

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Frank, Barney #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 460

Folder 461

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Garcia, Robert #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 461

Folder 462

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Gingrich, Newt #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 462

Folder 463

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Gore, Al #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 463

Folder 464

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Gramm, Phil #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 464

Folder 465

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Gray, William H. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 465

Folder 466

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Hansen, George #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 466

Folder 467

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Hatfield, Mark #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 467

Folder 468-469

Folder 468

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Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Hays, Wayne #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 468-469

Folder 470

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Helstoski, Henry #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 470

Folder 471

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Hinshaw, Andrew #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 471

Folder 472

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Hinson, Jon #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 472

Folder 473

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: House of Representatives bank scandal #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 473

Folder 474

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Hubbard, Carroll #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 474

Folder 475

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Hutchinson, Kay Bailey #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 475

Folder 476

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Inouye, Daniel K. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 476

Folder 477

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Iran-Contra #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 477

Folder 478

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Jefferson, William #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 478

Folder 479

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Jenrette, John #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 479

Includes correspondence between Jenrette and Pollitt discussing Pollitt's assistance with Jenrette's petition for certiorari from the Supreme Court during Jenrette's trial for taking bribes in the FBI Abscam sting operation.

Folder 480

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Koreagate (McFall, Patten, Roybel, Wilson) #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 480

Folder 481

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Lukens, Donald #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 481

Folder 482

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: McDade, Joseph #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 482

Folder 483

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: McKean, John #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 483

Folder 484

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Meese, Edwin III #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 484

Folder 485

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Myers, Michael J. "Ozzie" #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 485

Folder 486

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Other stings #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 486

Folder 487

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Packwood, Robert #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 487

Folder 488

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Pierce, Samuel R. Jr. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 488

Folder 489

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Powell, Adam Clayton Jr. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 489

Includes Pollitt's notes summarizing the case.

Folder 490

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Rangel, Charles #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 490

Folder 491

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Reynolds, Mel #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 491

Folder 492

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Richmond, Frederick #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 492

Includes notes.

Folder 493

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Rose, Charlie #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 493

Hearing transcripts, correspondence, and other materials relating to Pollitt's assistance in defending Congressman Charlie Rose against campaign finance ethics allegations.

Folder 494

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Rostenkowski, Dan #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 494

Folder 495

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Savage, Gus #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 495

Folder 496

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Stevens, Ted #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 496

Folder 497

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Stokes, Louis #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 497

Folder 498

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Studds, Gerry E. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 498

Folder 499

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Swindall, Patrick L. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 499

Folder 500

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Torricelli, Robert G. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 500

Folder 501

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Traficant, Jim #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 501

Folder 502

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Tucker, Walter R. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 502

Folder 503

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Wilkes, John #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 503

Includes a chapter from Pollitt's unpublished book on congressional ethics, discussing John Wilkes's expulsion from parliament for "seditious libel" against the British monarchy.

Folder 504-506

Folder 504

Folder 505

Folder 506

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Williams, Harrison A. "Pete" #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 504-506

Briefs, memoranda, affadavits, clippings, and other materials relating to Williams's trial and conviction for accepting bribes in the FBI Abscam sting operation.

Folder 507

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Wilson, Charles #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 507

Folder 508

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Wright, Jim #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 508

Hearing transcripts, correspondence, statement drafts, and other materials relating to Pollitt's assistance in defending Wright against allegations of accepting bribes and campaign finance violations.

Folder 509-512

Folder 509

Folder 510

Folder 511

Folder 512

Congressional ethics: Members of Congress and other politicians: Miscellaneous #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 509-512

Government reports relating to congressional ethics, clippings, notes, and other materials relating to individual congressional ethics cases

Folder 513

Constitutional law: "Advice and Consent of the Senate," 2000-2005 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 513

Writings, notes, and background research, including articles and clippings.

Folder 514

Constitutional law: "Advice and Consent of the Senate": Judicial nominees, 2005-2007 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 514

Writings and clippings.

Folder 515

Constitutional law: Appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court, 1959 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 515

Letter from Pollitt to Senator Thomas C. Hennings with commentary on a number of bills under consideration of the Senate judiciary committee.

Folder 516

Constitutional law: Army recruiting station, Chapel Hill, N.C., 2006 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 516

Clipping.

Folder 517

Constitutional law: Balanced Budget Amendment, 1979-1987 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 517

Clippings and articles.

Folder 518

Constitutional law: Banned books, 1990-1993 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 518

Clippings and other printed materials.

Folder 519

Constitutional law: Bar admission: Mental health questions, 1992-1996 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 519

Correspondence and other materials relating to study of proposed changes to questions about mental health treatment and substance abuse in bar application.

Folder 520

Constitutional law: Busing constitutional amendment (House Joint Resolution 74), 1979 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 520

Notes, remarks on, fact sheets relating to study of constitutional amendment that would prohibit compulsory attendance of a student in a public school other than that nearest the student's home.

Folder 521

Constitutional law: Church and State: Christian Heritage Week, 1996 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 521

Correspondence between Pollitt and North Carolina Governor James B. Hunt, and other materials relating to a signed proclamation designating "Christian Heritage Week."

Folder 522

Constitutional law: Church and State: Court curbing, 1980s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 522

Includes testimony given by Pollitt to the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Separation of Powers; essays on the Helms school prayer amendment, which would remove challenges to school prayer from the jurisdiction of the federal court system.

Folder 523

Constitutional law: Church and State: Cross on public land case, Eugene, Or., 1964-1965 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 523

Photocopies of correspondence and court filings.

Folder 524

Constitutional law: Church and State: Cruel and unusual punishment #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 524

Essay, notes on cases, invitations to be on a panel on alcoholism and the law, eighth amendment.

Folder 525

Constitutional law: Church and State: Davidson County case, 2002-2005 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 525

Notes on cases, other background research on use of "In God We Trust" motto, advice on lawyers, petition for a writ of certiori.

Folder 526

Constitutional law: Church and State: Equal Access Act, 1985 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 526

Clipping.

Folder 527-528

Folder 527

Folder 528

Constitutional law: Church and State: General, 1980s-2007 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 527-528

Essay by Pollitt on the trend toward "accommodation" rather than "separation," newspaper clippings, notes, and other printed material on public schools, the establishment clause.

Folder 529

Constitutional law: Church and State: Glenwood School, Chapel Hill, N.C., 1970 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 529

Letter and other related materials regarding devotional exercises, school prayer at public elementary school.

Folder 530

Constitutional law: Church and State: Good Friday service, 1985 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 530

Clippings relating to opposition of area ministers to the North Carolina General Assembly's traditional Good Friday service.

Folder 531

Constitutional law: Church and State: Law school policies on prayer, 1994 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 531

Memorandum with input on law school policy respecting religion.

Folder 532

Constitutional law: Church and State: Lectures, 1985-1986 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 532

Letters, articles, notes, newspaper clippings, and programs relating to a series of lectures and conferences for the "Issues in Religion and Government" program of the North Carolina Humanities Committee.

Folder 533

Constitutional law: Church and State: Mozert v. Hawkins County Public Schools, 1986 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 533

Materials relating to suit by Christian fundamentalist parents against the school board of Hawkins County, Tenn., with regard to the free exercise of religion; includes memorandum of the American Association of University Professors Litigation Committee.

Folder 534

Constitutional law: Church and State: North Carolina Civil Liberties Union court case, undated #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 534

Complaint seeking injunction against use of federal funds for preservation of church buildings used primarily to hold church services.

Folder 535

Constitutional law: Church and State: Notes for public address on religious freedom, 1994 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 535

Folder 536

Constitutional law: Church and State: School prayer, 1970s-1980s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 536

Statements in opposition to proposed school prayer amendment.

Folder 537

Constitutional law: Church and State: School vouchers, 1988-2003 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 537

Articles and newspaper clippings relating to vouchers in religious and private schools, and an essay by Pollitt, "School Choice, Vouchers, and the Constitution."

Folder 538

Constitutional law: Church and State: School of North Carolina v. Alan Howard Pendleton , 1993 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 538

Amicus curae filed by the North Carolina Civil Liberties Union regarding delegation of police authority to Campbell University police officers.

Folder 539

Constitutional law: Church and State: State supported chaplains, 1980-1981; 2000 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 539

Letters, photocopies of articles, clippings, and legal documents concerning use of state funds to hire ministers.

Folder 540

Constitutional law: Church and State: United States Post Office cases, 1974 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 540

Court appeals by United States Postal Office workers over civil rights and job discrimination based on religious beliefs.

Folder 541

Constitutional law: Civil disobedience: First Amendment, 1960s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 541

Printed material, notes for a talk on legality of civil disobedience, an address by Marion Wright.

Folder 542

Constitutional law: Civil disobedience: First Amendment trials #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 542

Clipping, notes, essay on cases.

Folder 543

Constitutional law: Civil Liberties Educational Foundation, 1960s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 543

Speeches, printed materials on bill of rights education.

Folder 544

Constitutional law: Civil Rights: Glen Echo Amusement Park case, 1960 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 544

Court filings for a lawsuit challenging the use of state police power to enforce privately instituted segregation at places of public accommodation.

Folder 545

Constitutional law: Civil Rights: School segregation, 1960s-1970s; 1986 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 545

Notes on cases; minutes of the American Friends Service Committee School Desegregation Committee; court orders to integrate schools; correspondence regarding the closing of White Cross Primary School in Orange County, N.C., to avoid integration and other lawsuits; analysis of school integration in North Carolina; Chapel Hill Fellowship for School Integration plan; correspondence with a call for an analysis of why so few African Americans attempt to integrate schools; clippings.

Folder 546

Constitutional law: Civil Rights: Statutes, 1950s-1960s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 546

Notes, proposed amendments, clippings and other materials relating to civil rights statutes, cases, and other matters, including the proposed Civil Rights Act of 1963; also includes a 1955 report by the president of the National Agricultural Workers Union regarding the rise of the White Citizens Councils in the South.

Folder 547

Constitutional law: Civil Rights Act of 1991 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 547

Clippings and other printed material about the process of passing this act.

Folder 548

Constitutional law: Concealed weapons, 1995 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 548

Article in the News and Observer.

Folder 549

Constitutional law: Constitutional convention on balanced budget, 1979, 1985 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 549

Article co-authored with Congressman Frank Thompson, related clippings.

Folder 550

Constitutional law: Distribution of pamphlets on Army base (First Amendment), 1969-1970 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 550

Correspondence, court filings, and other materials relating to Polin v. Resor and the right to distribute literature in civilian areas at the Fort Bragg, N.C., military base.

Folder 551

Constitutional law: Drug testing policy: Alamance Community College, 1994 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 551

Memorandum with analysis of drug testing policy.

Folder 552

Constitutional law: Due process #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 552

Brief by Pollitt for Whitted v. Jacobs, et al.

Folder 553

Constitutional law: Duke University demonstrations, 1968-1969 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 553

Broadsides, news releases, newspaper clippings from The Duke Chronicle, The Durham Sun, and the Durham Morning Herald, and other items relating to the demonstrations on racial equality, employees inequities, and collective bargaining.

Folder 554

Constitutional law: Employment at will #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 554

Amicus curae brief for Rucker v. First Union National Bank of North Carolina and Coman v. Thomas Manufacturing Co. Inc.

Folder 555

Constitutional law: "Federal Hatch Act: Political buttons and the First Amendment" #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 555

Article about allowable political activism among state employees.

Folder 556

Constitutional law: Filibuster, 1963-2005 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 556

Materials include notes and an article/memorandum by Pollitt, and related briefs, clippings, articles, and news releases.

Folder 557

Constitutional law: Flag amendment, 1940-1943; 1980s-1990s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 557

Includes articles, newspaper clippings, and a speech and letter to the editor by Pollitt.

Folder 558

Constitutional law: Fourth Circuit Work, 1974 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 558

Memorandum by Jack Hansel in study of precedent of 4th Circuit's interest in out of court confrontation for State v. Huffman.

Folder 559

Constitutional law: Free Exercise Clause: Lyle B. Snider case #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 559

Court opinion.

Folder 560

Constitutional law: Free Speech: Response to the proposed ban on the Playboy Channel #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 560

Memorandum by Emily Preyer.

Folder 561-562

Folder 561

Folder 562

Constitutional law: Freedom of association, 1950s-1970s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 561-562

Correspondence, court filings, notes relating to a proposed law in Arkansas requiring school officials and employees to list organizations to which they belong as a condition of employment; letter concerning legal integration of unions and fraternal organizations in states with statutes that mandate segregation; correspondence relating to threatened eviction of the Electric Company, a gay night club in Chapel Hill, N.C.

Folder 563

Constitutional law: Full faith and credit clause: Same sex marriage #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 563

Includes notes and papers by Pollitt.

Folder 564

Constitutional law: Gays in the military, 1993 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 564

Notes on presidential versus congressional powers to end or preserve the ban on gays in the military.

Folder 565

Constitutional law: Gun control, 1990s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 565

Speeches, letter to the editor, legal notes and correspondence, proposed firearm regulations for Chapel Hill.

Folder 566

Constitutional law: Illegal confessions and right to appointed Counsel, 1960s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 566

Chiefly articles and newspaper clippings, particularly regarding Escobedo v. Illinois and Miranda v. Arizona.

Folder 567

Constitutional law: Investigatory powers and contempt of Congress #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 567

Notes on cases.

Folder 568

Constitutional law: Libel suits #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 568

Clipping on Tom Wicker's speech on the press and free speech, materials relating to the Samajes v. Sanderson ( JetSetter) case.

Folder 569

Constitutional law: Library Censorship in Public Schools, 1981-1985 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 569

Printed material for People for the American Way, clippings, and "The First Amendment Rights of Juveniles in the Public Secondary Schools."

Folder 570

Constitutional law: Loitering #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 570

Newspaper clippings, notes, and a paper by Pollitt entitled, "Loitering for the Purpose of Engaging in Drug Related Activities."

Folder 571-572

Folder 571

Folder 572

Constitutional law: Necessity defense/Renditions #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 571-572

Notes on cases, photocopies of cases, clipping in which Pollitt is quoted.

Folder 573

Constitutional law: North Carolina Department of Correction Committee on Publications, 1971-1973 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 573

Minutes, letters, articles, clippings, and other items relating to withholding from inmates any publications deemed offensive or inflammatory and inmates' right to receive publications.

Folder 574

Constitutional law: Outlaw statute, 1975 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 574

Clippings, Pollitt's list of individuals who had been declared outlaws.

Folder 575

Constitutional law: Parade regulations, Greensboro City Code of Ordinances, 1980s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 575

Analysis of the constitutionality of regulations.

Folder 576

Constitutional law: Political contributions #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 576

Memorandum, possibly by Pollitt, on union political contributions and expenditures.

Folder 577

Constitutional law: Political nominees: Holds, blue slips, courtesy and deals, 1998-2009 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 577

Notes, clippings on the impact of Senate strategies to influence presidential appointment process.

Folder 578

Constitutional law: Presidential civil immunity, 1990s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 578

Clippings relating to the introduction of legislation to provide civil immunity for the president of the United States; includes an essay by Pollitt entitled, "The Paula Jones Affair: A Modest Proposal," concerning the sexual allegations brought against President Bill Clinton.

Folder 579-580

Folder 579

Folder 580

Constitutional law: Privilege: Clergy #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 579-580

Correspondence, briefs, petitions for certiorari, and other materials relating to Pollitt's North Carolina Civil Liberties Union assistance with the defense of Reverend Frank Williams, who had been charged with contempt for refusing to testify about conversations with members of his church; also contains a 1997 article written by Pollitt arguing for the addition of a cleric exemption to the North Carolina child abuse reporting statute.

Folder 581

Constitutional law: Privilege: Journalists, 1971 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 581

Letter from Senator Sam Erwin requesting Pollitt's advice on a bill establishing journalistic privilege, as well as Pollitt's response and comments.

Folder 582

Constitutional law: Public accomodation laws, 1959, 1963-1964 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 582

Memoranda and correspondence of Pollitt, Chapel Hill Mayor Sandy McClamroch, and Adelaide Walters relating to the Chapel Hill, N.C., Board of Aldermen's efforts to pass a public accomodations law prohibiting segregation in restaurants, shops, and other public venues; also includes correspondence with University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill history professor George Tindall concerning desegregated facilities for the Southern Historical Association's annual meetings.

Folder 583-585

Folder 583

Folder 584

Folder 585

Constitutional law: Recess appointments #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 583-585

Article and letter to the editor by Pollitt on recess appointments to the judiciary, correspondence, notes, clippings, and other research materials.

Folder 586

Constitutional law: Redistricting, 1991 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 586

Edited draft of a proposed bill, sample witness list, and memorandum relating to redistricting of North Carolina 12th Congressional District and similar ones in other states, sent by Congressman Charlie Rose to Bill Clay and Jack Brooks.

Folder 587

Constitutional law: Research notes #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 587

Notes by Pollitt, chiefly regarding the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798, the Salem witch trials, and slavery.

Folder 588

Constitutional law: Resentencing/Retroactivity of United States v. Tucker #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 588

Briefs, petitions for certiorari, and other materials relating to the 1972-1973 case Brown v. United States of America, in which Pollitt assisted with defense and appeals in a right to counsel case.

Folder 589

Constitutional law: Right to bear arms (Second Amendment) #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 589

Essay and Pollitt notes on history of Anglo American right to bear arms.

Folder 590

Constitutional law: Right to petition #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 590

Notes, a brief, and an opinion relating to Brown v. United States of America (1972) and the right to petition government for the redress of grievances.

Folder 591

Constitutional law: Sanctuary #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 591

Clippings and articles relating to sanctuary and the Sanctuary Movement.

Folder 592

Constitutional law: School cases #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 592

Case summaries and notes relating to dismissal challenges.

Folder 593

Constitutional law: Search and seizure: Fourth Amendment at sea #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 593

Essay (author unknown).

Folder 594

Constitutional law: Search and seizure: 4th Amendment cases #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 594

Case summaries, brief drafts, opinions, and other materials relating to Pollitt's assistance in the 1951 case United States v. Blok.

Folder 595

Constitutional law: Search and seizure: Bullard/Peyote Pete #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 595

Brief and petition for certiorari relating to a case involving a drug search.

Folder 596

Constitutional law: Search and seizure: Drug testing #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 596

Case summaries, notes, and clippings.

Folder 597

Constitutional law: Search and seizure: Drug testing: Alamance Community College #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 597

Correspondence, memoranda, briefs, and other research materials relating to Pollitt's assistance with efforts of the American Association of University Professors chapter at Alamance Community College to challenge the school's employee drug testing policy.

Folder 598

Constitutional law: Search and seizure: Drug testing: American Federation of Government Employees (AFL-CIO) #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 598

Brief, memorandum, and opinion relating to several cases challenging the drug testing of federal employees.

Folder 599

Constitutional law: Search and seizure: Graham Street, Chapel Hill, N.C., 1990 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 599

Materials relating to Pollitt's assistance with the filing of a class action lawsuit following a drug raid.

Folder 600

Constitutional law: Search and seizure: Open Fields Doctrine, 1984 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 600

Essay on changing expectations of privacy in police search and seizure in public settings.

Folder 601

Constitutional law: Search and seizure: School campuses, 1969-1972 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 601

Study of search and seizure in college residence halls; court filings and opinions relating to specific search and seizure cases.

Folder 602

Constitutional law: Search and seizure: Taney's opinion in Claimants of Merchandise v. United States, 1981 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 602

Notes and research materials relating to Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger B. Taney's 1863 opinion.

Folder 603

Constitutional law: Stings, 1990 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 603

Clippings.

Folder 604

Constitutional law: Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation (SLAPP suits), 1994 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 604

Materials relating to a conference sponsored by the American Law Institute-American Bar Association (ALI-ABA) on SLAPP suits.

Folder 605

Constitutional law: Student rights, 1968-1969 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 605

Correspondence, schedules, speech drafts, and other materials relating to Pollitt's participation in two 1969 conferences on student rights at Duke Law School and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Institute of Government; an article on student rights by Pollitt for the 17 August 1969 issue of the Chapel Hill Weekly; and a 1968 letter and attached draft statement concerning student participation in institutional affairs, written by the North Carolina State Board of Higher Education with Pollitt's assistance.

Folder 606

Constitutional law: Term limits on legislators, 1991-1994 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 606

Letters to Congressmen explaining unconstitutionality of term limits and a supporting memorandum by Pollitt.

Folder 607

Constitutional law: Vagrancy ordinance case, 1960s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 607

Court materials relating to a vagrancy case filed in the town of Dunn, N.C.

Folder 608

Constitutional law: Veto: Pocket veto, 1974, 1977 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 608

Includes an essay co-authored by Pollitt and Senator Edward Kennedy's article on the pocket veto reprinted in Congressional Record.

Folder 609

Constitutional law: Veto power of the President, 1990-2002 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 609

Articles, newspaper clippings, and essays by Pollitt.

Folder 610

Constitutional law: Voting: Lowering age to 18 years old, 1970 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 610

Copies of letters and statements of legal scholars and congressmen in support and opposition.

Folder 611

Constitutional law: Voting: Redistricting, 1992 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 611

Materials relating to Burton v. Sheheen, an American Civil Liberties Union case concerning redistricting in South Carolina.

Folder 612

Constitutional law: Voting: Redistricting/Reapportionment, 1960s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 612

Case notes, articles, North Carolina Civil Liberties Union amicus curae brief for Drum v. Seawell , clippings.

Folder 613

Constitutional law: Voting Rights, 1990s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 613

Includes materials relating to Shaw v. Reno and reapportionment in North Carolina; Pollitt's commentary, "The Voting Rights Jurisprudence of Clarence Thomas: Closing Judicial Doors"; and a survey of federal voting laws with application to Robeson County, N.C.

Folder 614

Constitutional law: Voting: Voter registration, 1968-1992 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 614

Clippings, articles, correspondence, and other materials on the legality of student voter registration drives, residency requirements for voting, religious qualifications, voting rights of paroled felons, essay by Pollitt on term limits.

Folder 615

Constitutional law: War powers, 1987-1995 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 615

Materials relating to Constitutional issues of who has the right to declare war, including articles, newspaper clippings and papers, some written by Pollitt.

Folder 616

Constitutional law: Wright vs. State of North Carolina, circa 1970 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 616

Materials relating to Pollitt's assistance with the defense of Nat Villiam Wright in a Miranda rights case.

Folder 617

Cutler, Wallace, 1959 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 617

Pollitt's memorandum on reconsideration of charges of disloyalty and homosexuality against Cutler in light of Industrial Personnel Security Review Regulations.

Folder 618

Death penalty: Subject files: Abuse (District Attorney and police) #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 618

Folder 619-620

Folder 619

Folder 620

Death penalty: Subject files: American Bar Association death penalty moratorium program, 1998, 2003 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 619-620

Folder 621

Death penalty: Subject files: American Civil Liberties Union "Death Watch" statistics #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 621

Folder 622-625

Folder 622

Folder 623

Folder 624

Folder 625

Death penalty: Subject files: Ballance Jr., Frank #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 622-625

Folder 626

Death penalty: Subject files: Blacks and juveniles #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 626

Folder 627

Death penalty: Subject files: Capital Update, Center for Death Penalty Litigation, 1996-2000 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 627

Folder 628

Death penalty: Subject files: Cases: Clippings and notes #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 628

Folder 629

Death penalty: Subject files: Cases: North Carolina Supreme Court summaries, 1980-1981 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 629

Folder 630

Death penalty: Subject files: Cases: Opinions, 1970-2005 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 630

Folder 631

Death penalty: Subject files: Cases: The United States Law Week Supreme Court summaries, 2003-2006 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 631

Folder 632

Death penalty: Subject files: Chapel Hill/Carrboro congregations #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 632

Folder 633

Death penalty: Subject files: Citizens Against Legalized Murder (CALM) #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 633

Folder 634

Death penalty: Subject files: Clemency power #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 634

Folder 635

Death penalty: Subject files: Clippings: Charlotte Observer #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 635

Folder 636

Death penalty: Subject files: Clippings: Federal death penalty #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 636

Folder 637

Death penalty: Subject files: Clippings: International death penalty #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 637

Folder 638

Death penalty: Subject files: Clippings: State death penalty (except North Carolina/Texas) #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 638

Folder 639

Death penalty: Subject files: Clippings: State death penalty (Texas) #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 639

Folder 640

Death penalty: Subject files: Coates, Albert #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 640

Folder 641

Death penalty: Subject files: Cost (Money) #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 641

Folder 642

Death penalty: Subject files: Death penalty as deterrent #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 642

Folder 643

Death penalty: Subject files: "The Death Penalty: Some Vignettes" speech, 7 February 2003 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 643

Folder 644

Death penalty: Subject files: Democratic platform on the death penalty and debt relief #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 644

Folder 645

Death penalty: Subject files: "Festival of Legal Learning" program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2006 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 645

Folder 646-649

Folder 646

Folder 647

Folder 648

Folder 649

Death penalty: Subject files: General #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 646-649

Primarily contains clippings, but also includes scattered notes, opinions, student assignments, programs, printed materials and other materials.

Folder 650

Death penalty: Subject files: History #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 650

Folder 651

Death penalty: Subject files: History and Statistics, North Carolina #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 651

Folder 652-653

Folder 652

Folder 653

Death penalty: Subject files: Innocents and mistakes #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 652-653

Folder 654

Death penalty: Subject files: Insane executions ( Perry v. Louisiana ) and forced medication ( Riggins v. Nevada ) #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 654

Folder 655

Death penalty: Subject files: Lawyers/Marcus L. Carter #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 655

Materials largely concern adequacy of counsel, and include notes written in preparation for a November 2000 meeting between Governor James B. Hunt and Dan Pollitt concerning the death penalty in North Carolina and specific capital punishment cases.

Folder 656

Death penalty: Subject files: Legislative proposals in North Carolina #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 656

Folder 657

Death penalty: Subject files: Lethal injection #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 657

Folder 658

Death penalty: Subject files: Lone Vigil (Paul Green) #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 658

Folder 659

Death penalty: Subject files: Mental illness #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 659

Folder 660

Death penalty: Subject files: Mentally retarded #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 660

Folder 661-663

Folder 661

Folder 662

Folder 663

Death penalty: Subject files: Moratorium #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 661-663

Folder 664

Death penalty: Subject files: Moratorium memorandum by Catalina Azuero #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 664

Folder 665

Death penalty: Subject files: North Carolinians Against the Death Penalty #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 665

Folder 666-667

Folder 666

Folder 667

Death penalty: Subject files: Not guilty/Death row #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 666-667

Folder 668

Death penalty: Subject files: Open files #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 668

Folder 669

Death penalty: Subject files: Race #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 669

Folder 670

Death penalty: Subject files: Rape #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 670

Folder 671

Death penalty: Subject files: Snitches and eyewitnesses #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 671

Folder 672

Death penalty: Subject files: Trial attorneys #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 672

Folder 673

Death penalty: Subject files: "What Prominent North Carolinians Say About the Death Penalty" #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 673

Folder 674

Death penalty: Subject files: Wright, Marion #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 674

Folder 675

Death penalty: Subject files: Youth and age #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 675

Folder 676

Death penalty: Cases: Basden, Ernest #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 676

Folder 677

Death penalty: Cases: Billings, Archie Lee #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 677

Folder 678

Death penalty: Cases: Blackmon, Johnny James #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 678

Folder 679

Death penalty: Cases: Boyd, Arthur Martin #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 679

Folder 680

Death penalty: Cases: Boyd, Kenneth #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 680

Folder 681

Death penalty: Cases: Brown, David Junior #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 681

Folder 682

Death penalty: Cases: Brown Jr., Willie #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 682

Folder 683

Death penalty: Cases: Campbell, James Adolph #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 683

Folder 684

Death penalty: Cases: Carter, Desmond #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 684

Folder 685

Death penalty: Cases: Carter, Marcus L. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 685

Folder 686

Death penalty: Cases: Chandler, Frank Ray #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 686

Folder 687

Death penalty: Cases: Conner, Jerry Wayne #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 687

Folder 688-690

Folder 688

Folder 689

Folder 690

Death penalty: Cases: Crawford, Marion Frank #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 688-690

Folder 691

Death penalty: Cases: Daniels, John Dennis #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 691

Folder 692

Death penalty: Cases: Fisher, Willie #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 692

Folder 693

Death penalty: Cases: Flippen, Samuel R. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 693

Folder 694

Death penalty: Cases: Flowers, Wendell #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 694

Folder 695

Death penalty: Cases: Frye, Ronald #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 695

Folder 696

Death penalty: Cases: Gainey, David #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 696

Folder 697

Death penalty: Cases: Gell, James Alan #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 697

Folder 698

Death penalty: Cases: Green, Harvey Lee #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 698

Folder 699

Death penalty: Cases: Hamilton, Jerry Lee #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 699

Folder 700

Death penalty: Cases: Harris, Bobby Lee #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 700

Folder 701

Death penalty: Cases: Hartman, Edward Ernest #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 701

Folder 702

Death penalty: Cases: Hill, Marie #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 702

Folder 703

Death penalty: Cases: Hunt, Daryl #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 703

Folder 704

Death penalty: Cases: Hunt, Henry Lee #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 704

Folder 705

Death penalty: Cases: Hutchins, James #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 705

Folder 706

Death penalty: Cases: Jones, William Quentin #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 706

Folder 707

Death penalty: Cases: Keel, Joseph Timothy #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 707

Folder 708

Death penalty: Cases: Kemmerlin, Christene Knapp #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 708

Folder 709

Death penalty: Cases: Le Grande, Guy #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 709

Folder 710

Death penalty: Cases: Lemons, Edward #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 710

Folder 711

Death penalty: Cases: Lyons, Bobby James #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 711

Folder 712

Death penalty: Cases: McCarver, Ernest Paul #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 712

Folder 713

Death penalty: Cases: McCollum, Henry "Buddy" and Brown, Leon #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 713

Folder 714

Death penalty: Cases: McHone, Steven Van #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 714

Folder 715

Death penalty: Cases: McNeill, Jimmy #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 715

Folder 716

Death penalty: Cases: Miscellaneous #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 716

Summaries of individual death penalty cases in North Carolina in which Pollitt argued against the use of the death penalty.

Folder 717

Death penalty: Cases: Moody, Patrick Lane #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 717

Folder 718

Death penalty: Cases: Munsey, Charles #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 718

Folder 719

Death penalty: Cases: Page, George Franklin #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 719

Folder 720

Death penalty: Cases: Perkins, Sammy Crystal #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 720

Folder 721

Death penalty: Cases: Powell, William Dillard #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 721

Folder 722

Death penalty: Cases: Rich, James David #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 722

Folder 723

Death penalty: Cases: Richmond, Earl #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 723

Folder 724

Death penalty: Cases: Roache, Charles Wesley #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 724

Folder 725

Death penalty: Cases: Robinson, Marcus Redmond #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 725

Folder 726

Death penalty: Cases: Rook, John #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 726

Folder 727

Death penalty: Cases: Rose, John Hardy #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 727

Folder 728

Death penalty: Cases: Rouse, Kenneth Bernard #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 728

Folder 729

Death penalty: Cases: Rowsey, Raymond Dayle #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 729

Folder 730

Death penalty: Cases: Sanderson, Ricky Lee #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 730

Folder 731

Death penalty: Cases: Sexton, Michael Earl #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 731

Folder 732

Death penalty: Cases: Simpson, Perrie Dyon #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 732

Folder 733

Death penalty: Cases: Skipper, Sherman Elwood #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 733

Folder 734

Death penalty: Cases: Smith, Clinton #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 734

Folder 735

Death penalty: Cases: Syriani, Elias #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 735

Folder 736

Death penalty: Cases: Thomas, James Edward #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 736

Folder 737

Death penalty: Cases: Waddell, James Howard #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 737

Folder 738

Death penalty: Cases: Walker, Charles #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 738

Folder 739

Death penalty: Cases: Ward, David Junior #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 739

Folder 740

Death penalty: Cases: White, Clifton Allen #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 740

Videotape VT-5498/3-5

VT-5498/3

VT-5498/4

VT-5498/5

Death penalty: Death penalty symposium excerpts #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." VT-5498/3-5

Exum, Boger, Dayan, Ballance.

Folder 741-755

Folder 741

Folder 742

Folder 743

Folder 744

Folder 745

Folder 746

Folder 747

Folder 748

Folder 749

Folder 750

Folder 751

Folder 752

Folder 753

Folder 754

Folder 755

Death penalty: Writings #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 741-755

Drafts, notes, research materials, and correspondence relating to published and unpublished writings; titles include "Advent: The Dark Side," "The Death Penalty: A Reader," "Profiles of Death Row People in the 1970s," "Ten Condemned to Die," Unjust in the Much: The Death Penalty in North Carolina, "Who Do We Kill in North Carolina?" and "Who Goes to the Gurney in North Carolina?"

Folder 756

District of Columbia Statehood, 19 May 1987 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 756

Memoranda with historical perspective by Pollitt, study guide to H.R. 51, statements by various members of Congress.

Folder 757

Dunn Indians, 1960-1962 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 757

Correspondence relating to legal strategies for representing Native American students who attempted to integrate the "white" schools in Dunn (Harnett County) and Clinton (Sampson County), N.C.

Folder 758-761

Folder 758

Folder 759

Folder 760

Folder 761

Electoral College #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 758-761

Correspondence, memoranda, and other research materials relating to the Electoral College, including Congressional Record proceedings; also contains materials relating to the 2000 Supreme Court case Bush v. Gore , including clippings, the Supreme Court opinion, and letters from Pollitt to the editors of several newspapers.

Folder 762

Fair housing, 1967-1968 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 762

Letters to Pollitt, ordinance drafts and examples, and a legal opinion relating to the Chapel Hill, N.C., Board of Aldermen's efforts to pass an open housing ordinance prohibiting the use of racial or religious discrimination in making decisions about selling or renting housing.

Folder 763

Farm workers at Mt. Olive Pickle Company, 1998-1999 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 763

Correspondence between Pollitt and Bishop Joseph Gossman and other materials relating to efforts of the Catholic Diocese of Raleigh to support North Carolina farm workers, including a boycott of the Mount Olive Pickle Company; a visit to the Mount Olive Pickle Company plant in Mount Olive, N.C.,; and collaboration with the Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC).

Folder 764

Farmworkers Legal Services of North Carolina #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 764

Correspondence, by-laws, meeting agendas and minutes, financials, and other materials relating to Pollitt's work with the Board of Directors, especially in the organization's lawsuit.

Folder 765

Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971/ New York Times advertisement #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 765

Memoranda and report relating to the Federal Campaign Act of 1971, and correspondence between Pollitt and the New York Times discussing his efforts to run an advertisement criticising the act.

Folder 766

First Amendment: Elon College, 16 September 1991 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 766

Notes for a talk given as part of "The Free Expression Thereof: A Symposium on the Bill of Rights."

Folder 767

Good quotes, etc. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 767

Photocopies of printed materials and a copy of C.D. Spangler's University Day speech.

Folder 768-775

Folder 768

Folder 769

Folder 770

Folder 771

Folder 772

Folder 773

Folder 774

Folder 775

Government employee strikes: Federal employee strikes: 1835-1982. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 768-775

Folder 776

Government employee strikes: Eight-hour day/Post Civil War #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 776

Folder 777

Government employee strikes: Ten-hour day/1830s Navy Yard Strikes #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 777

Folder 778-779

Folder 778

Folder 779

Government employee strikes: Air traffic controllers, 1980s, 1993-1994 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 778-779

Chiefly clippings, reports, and other items relating to the air traffic control system. Includes Rebuilding of the Nation's Air Traffic Control System report by the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight.

Folder 780

Government employee strikes: Air traffic controllers: Clippings, 1985-1986 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 780

Folder 781

Government employee strikes: Air traffic controllers: PATCO/Committee on Education and Labor, 1993 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 781

Letter addressed to the Secretary of Labor concerning the rehiring of the PATCO members who were on strike in 1981.

Folder 782-783

Folder 782

Folder 783

Government employee strikes: Air traffic controllers: PATCO strikes, 1968-1980s, 1993-1995 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 782-783

Folder 784

Government employee strikes: Air traffic controllers: Research notes, 1980s, 1993 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 784

Folder 785

Government employee strikes: Army arsenal strikes #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 785

Articles relating to the Army arsenal strikes taking place at the turn of the twentieth century

Folder 786

Government employee strikes: Boston Police strikes #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 786

Articles and notes relating to the Boston Police strikes taking place at the turn of the twentieth century.

Folder 787

Government employee strikes: Federal Barge Lines #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 787

Articles relating to the labor policies of the Federal Barge Lines, particularly the Inland Waterways Corporation.

Folder 788

Government employee strikes: Federal employees, 1986-1990 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 788

Articles and reports concerning air traffic controllers.

Folder 789

Government employee strikes: Federal strikes, 1990 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 789

Folder 790

Government employee strikes: Government Printing Office: Civil War years #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 790

Articles relating to labor matters of the Government Printing Office during the Civil War years.

Folder 791

Government employee strikes: Health care: Labor management, 1970s-1980s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 791

Folder 792

Government employee strikes: Missile sites strikes, 1961-1967 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 792

Folder 793

Government employee strikes: Postal Service: 1900s Strikes #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 793

Folder 794

Government employee strikes: Postal Service: 1970 Strike, 1970-1974 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 794

Includes a research report conducted during 1974 under the auspices of the Office of the Historian, Department of Labor.

Folder 795

Government employee strikes: Postal Service: 1974 Bulk mail strike #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 795

Folder 796

Government employee strikes: Postal Service: 1978 Strike #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 796

Folder 797

Government employee strikes: Postal Service: Workers, 1982-1985, 1993 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 797

Folder 798

Government employee strikes: Postal Service: Canadian system, 1973 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 798

Includes Study of Canadian System Granting Right to Strike to Postal Workers.

Folder 799

Government employee strikes: Public employees, 1960s-1970s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 799

Materials relating to public employees and the right to strike.

Folder 800

Government employee strikes: Public employees, 1970s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 800

Articles, clippings, and other items relating to collective bargaining and strikes.

Folder 801

Government employee strikes: Public employees: State labor laws, 1960s-1970s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 801

Folder 802

Government employee strikes: Public employees: Workers unions, 1935-1937 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 802

Folder 803

Government employee strikes: Strikes, 1960s-1980s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 803

Folder 804

Government employee strikes: Strike contingency planning, 1976 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 804

Reports relating to strike contingency planning practices of various federal agencies.

Folder 805

Government employee strikes: Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), 1950s-1980s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 805

Materials relating to the labor disputes at the TVA power plants.

Folder 806

Government employee strikes: Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA): Health care #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 806

Folder 807

Government employee strikes: Works Project Administration (WPA) strikes #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 807

Materials relating to public employee and WPA strikes, including the reactions of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

Folder 808

Government employee strikes: World War I: Navy Yard strikes #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 808

Folder 809

Hamlet fire, 1991 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 809

Clipping and memorandum relating to a fatal fire in the Imperial Food Products chicken-processing plant in Hamlet, N.C.

Folder 810

Highlander Center: 50th Anniversary Committee, 1982 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 810

Planning correspondence, meeting minutes.

Folder 811-815

Folder 811

Folder 812

Folder 813

Folder 814

Folder 815

Hobby v. United States, 1982-1984 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 811-815

Wilbur Hobby case about grand jury foreman selection argued before the Supreme Court of the United States by Pollitt; materials include correspondence, handwritten notes, printed and photcopied legal documents, and newspaper clippings about Wilbur Hobby, then president of the North Carolina AFL-CIO who had been convicted of defrauding the federal government; legal documents establishing and appeals for support from the Wilbur Hobby Legal Defense Fund; a statement by Pollitt at Hobby's sentencing; letters from Hobby in prison to Pollitt; and a 1992 remembrance of Hobby by Pollitt. There are also a few earlier materials that document some of the organizations Hobby worked for: a statement of principles and letter from the North Carolina Coalition, a group intended to unite minority groups, trade unions, and liberals in their common interests; a press release announcing the formation of the North Carolinians for Tax Reform; and a document with proposals for discussion for the North Carolina AFL-CIO Legal Department.

Folder 816-817

Folder 816

Folder 817

House Un-American Activities Committee: Abolition of, 1960s #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 816-817

Printed materials from the National Committee to Abolish the House Un-American Activities Committee.

Folder 818-821

Folder 818

Folder 819

Folder 820

Folder 821

House Un-American Activities Committee: Briefs #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 818-821

Appeals of loyalty, perjury, contempt, self-incrimination cases; appellants include David H. Scull, Charles Allen Taylor, Robert Shelton, John T. Watkins, William Walter Remington.

Folder 822

House Un-American Activities Committee: Contempt and legislative purpose #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 822

Notes on relevant cases.

Folder 823

House Un-American Activities Committee: Contempt of Congress #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 823

Notes on relevant cases.

Folder 824

House Un-American Activities Committee: Hellman, Lillian #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 824

Pollitt's writings on Hellman and self-incrimination based on the assumption that she was not a member of the Communist Party; Hellman's statement before the House Un-American Activities Committee; Pollitt's correspondence from the 1990s about a Lillian Hellman documentary and whether or not she was a member of the Communist Party.

Folder 825

House Un-American Activities Committee: High Commission #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 825

"Attack of the Common Lawyers on the Oath Ex Officio as Administered in the Ecclesiastical Courts in England," by Mary Hume Maguire, in Essays in History and Political Theory, Harvard University Press (1936).

Folder 826

House Un-American Activities Committee: Miller, Arthur, 1956-1957 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 826

Brief; motion for summary reversal; "Memorandum indicating policies and precedents that could support the action of the committee on un-American activities if it refrained from citing Arthur Miller for contempt," which probably was written by Pollitt; copy of unsigned letter from Miller to Congressman Francis E. Walter; letters on contempt cases, with regard to willfulness and pertinency.

Folder 827-828

Folder 827

Folder 828

House Un-American Activities Committee: "On Pleading the Fifth Amendment Before a Congressional Committee--A Study and Explanation," 1956 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 827-828

Pollitt's article and related correspondence, 1957-1958.

Folder 829-832

Folder 829

Folder 830

Folder 831

Folder 832

House Un-American Activities Committee: Self incrimination #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 829-832

Correspondence, notes on cases, and other writings relating to the self-incrimination clause of the fifth amendment and immunity statutes.

Folder 833-834

Folder 833

Folder 834

House Un-American Activities Committee: Singer, Marcus; Miller, Arthur; et al #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 833-834

Briefs, petitions, motions, and other legal documents.

Folder 835

House Un-American Activities Committee: "The House Committee on Un-American Activities: A Requiem and Reminder" #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 835

Article by Pollitt and Frank Thompson Jr.

Folder 836

House Un-American Activities Committee: "The Star Chamber--Notices of the Court and Its Proceedings" #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 836

Article written in 1870 by John Southerden Burn.

Folder 837-838

Folder 837

Folder 838

Impeachment #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 837-838

Working papers from the Department of Justice, memoranda, statements, printed material.

Folder 839-840

Folder 839

Folder 840

Impeachment: Agnew, Spiro #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 839-840

Clippings.

Folder 841

Impeachment: Bush, George W., 2006 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 841

Drafts of writings, notes for talk on impeachment.

Folder 842-846

Folder 842

Folder 843

Folder 844

Folder 845

Folder 846

Impeachment: Clinton, Bill, 1998 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 842-846

Testimony given at hearings on background and history of impeachment, writings on perjury and impeachment, and other clippings.

Folder 847-850

Folder 847

Folder 848

Folder 849

Folder 850

Impeachment: Federal judges, 1965, 1970, 2009 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 847-850

Clippings, printed materials, statements made before or submitted to legislative judiciary committees and background research for and a copy of "Impeachment of Federal Judges: An Historical Overview."

Folder 851

Impeachment: Federal judges: Claiborne, Harry E. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 851

Clippings.

Folder 852

Impeachment: Federal judges: Hastings, Alcee L. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 852

Clippings, printed materials, background materials on the charges against Hastings.

Folder 853

Impeachment: Federal judges: Pickering, Chase, Peck, Archbald, Swayne, Ritter #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 853

Printed materials.

Folder 854-860

Folder 854

Folder 855

Folder 856

Folder 857

Folder 858

Folder 859

Folder 860

Impeachment: Nixon, Richard #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 854-860

Clippings, printed material, writings, American Civil Liberties Press kit; notes for speech given at a Duke University teach-in on impeachment; background notes for Congressman Frank Thompson's resolution to impeach Nixon.

Folder 861

Inter-Church Council on Social Service, 1963-1964 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 861

Board of Trustees materials, including Social Action Committee meeting minutes about the school lunch program, pre-school and other anti-poverty initiatives; proposal to the North Carolina Fund.

Folder 862

Interesting stories #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 862

Clippings and essays on various topics, including freedom of expression, racial issues, general counsel, and civil liberties.

Folder 863

Japanese internment #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 863

Correspondence, testimony, and clippings relating to the pursuit of restitution for Japanese-Americans who had been subject to evacuation, detention, internment, and other restrictions during World War II; also includes a letter from Pollitt to the editor of the Pacific Citizen.

Folder 864

Jury cases: General #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 864

Case summaries and an opinion relating to jury selection, primarily the exclusion of African-American jurors.

Folder 865-867

Folder 865

Folder 866

Folder 867

Jury cases: Hairston, King, 1971-1980 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 865-867

Materials relating to Pollitt's assistance with King Hairston's defense and appeals in a jury selection case, including correspondence with court clerks, King Hairston, and colleagues; research materials; and briefs, appendices, opinions, and other legal materials.

Folder 868

Jury cases: Tant, Larry, 1972-1973 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 868

Materials relating to Pollitt's assistance with Larry Tant's defense in a jury selection case, including correspondence, petitions for certiorari, notes, and research materials.

Folder 869

King, Martin Luther Jr., 1961-1962 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 869

Copies of several letters to or from Martin Luther King Jr. and others concerning Pollitt's report on executive authority and civil rights; also includes articles, pamphlets, and other writings by King, as well as materials relating to Pollitt's participation in the Martin Luther King Jr. Papers Project through Stanford University, and materials from several Martin Luther King Jr. memorial services.

Folder 870

Ku Klux Klan trial and Communist Workers Party #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 870

Clippings.

Folder 871-872

Folder 871

Folder 872

Labor: Brookside Mine #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 871-872

Clippings, correspondence, reports, and printed materials documenting strike by miners in Harlan County, Ky.; Pollitt's efforts to resolve the strike against Duke Power Company while working for Congressman Frank Thompson and as chairman of the Citizens Public Inquiry into the Brookside Strike.

Folder 873

Labor: Coal strike, 1978 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 873

Clippings, memoranda relating to legislation to resolve strike.

Folder 874

Labor: Communication Workers v. Beck #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 874

Pollitt's comments to the National Labor Relations Board on its proposed rule to implement the decision in this case.

Folder 875

Labor: Comparable worth #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 875

Writings by others on sex-based wage discrimination.

Folder 876-877

Folder 876

Folder 877

Labor: Dock strike, 1972 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 876-877

Clippings, memoranda, reports relating to west coast dock strike and legislative and presidential efforts to resolve it.

Folder 878-879

Folder 878

Folder 879

Labor: Employment at will #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 878-879

Background research and other materials related to possible legislation to guarantee employment in good faith and with fair dealing.

Folder 880

Labor: J.P. Stevens, Roanoke Rapids #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 880

Clipping.

Folder 881-882

Folder 881

Folder 882

Labor: Labor law #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 881-882

Clippings, articles, and National Labor Relations Board cases.

Folder 883

Labor: "The Migrant Farm Worker in America," 1961 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 883

Background report prepared by Pollitt and Selma M. Levine; testimony by Pollitt on behalf of the National Consumers League before the Subcommittee on Equipment, Supplies, and Manpower Committee on Agriculture; also includes a 1959 flyer for public hearings on farm labor.

Folder 884

Labor: Miscellaneous, 1973, 1978, 1982-1983 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 884

North Carolina State AFL-CIO legislative program; articles about organizing church employees and social considerations of investment in pension plan assets; and statement of facts relating to the UAW position statement on its relationship with the Vibromatic Company Inc.

Folder 885

Labor: National emergency disputes #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 885

Reports and printed material that served as background research for the Subcommittee on Investigation of Federal Labor Impasses for the House Committee on Post Office and Civil Service.

Folder 886

Labor: National Labor Relations Board (NLRB): Foreign flag ships, 1961-1962 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 886

Memoranda regarding the labor dispute between ship owners and members of the National Maritime Union of America.

Folder 887

Labor: National Labor Relations Board: "Proposals for change," 1965 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 887

Report prepared for Congressman Frank Thompson on the proposed review of the National Labor Relations Board.

Folder 888-889

Folder 888

Folder 889

Labor: National Labor Relations Board: "Proposals for legislative changes (when the time is ripe)," 1985 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 888-889

Report and clippings.

Folder 890

Labor: National Labor Relations Board: Reorganization Plan No. 5, 1961 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 890

Folder 891

Labor: National Labor Relations Board: Speeches for #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 891

Congressmen O'Hara, Thompson, Miller, Pucinski.

Folder 892

Labor: National Labor Relations Board: Union organizational communication #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 892

Recommendations and printed materials for the National Labor Relations Board.

Folder 893

Labor: Pittston Coal, 1989 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 893

Report on the strike at Pittston Coal Company prepared for Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations.

Folder 894

Labor: Religious discrimination #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 894

Chiefly printed material of case briefings and opinions.

Folder 895

Labor: Sex discrimination, 1976 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 895

Essay for Virginia Law Weekly.

Folder 896

Labor: Speeches, 1975-1976 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 896

Pollitt's notes prepared for addresses by himself as well as Congressman Frank Thompson; topics include collective bargaining, farm workers, elevator operators, picketing.

Folder 897

Labor: Speeches: Lyndon Baines Johnson, 1962 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 897

Pollitt's notes prepared for addresses on labor-management relations, unemployment due to automation, migrant farm workers.

Folder 898

Labor: Strawberry and Vegetable Producers Union #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 898

Articles of incorporation and related materials.

Folder 899-900

Folder 899

Folder 900

Labor: Transportation industry: Strike alternatives #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 899-900

Reports and printed material relating to a bill to settle emergency disputes in the transportation industry, chiefly concerning railroads.

Folder 901

Labor: Unions and Negroes, 1963-1964 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 901

Related National Labor Relations Board press releases and cases; letter from Floyd McKissick and M.C. Burt Jr. to civil rights leaders about the effects of union integration on tobacco workers in Durham, N.C.

Folder 902

Labor: Virginia Ferry Corp, Local 333B, Working Papers #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 902

Materials relating to the Virginia Public Utilities Labor Act prohibiting strikes.

Folder 903

Labor: Washington Post strike, 1975 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 903

Materials relating to open letter to the "Post" and striking newspaper unions urging them to resume talks to resolve ongoing labor dispute.

Folder 904

Loyalty/Notice of charges/PL808, 1954 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 904

Court filings relating to case against James Kutcher, who was charged with disloyalty and discharged from the Army because of membership in Socialist Workers Party.

Folder 905-906

Folder 905

Folder 906

Military tribunals #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 905-906

Case summaries and notes relating to military tribunal cases and detainee counsel, and an opinion article by Pollitt on military tribunals and detainees at Guantananmo Naval Base.

Folder 907

Miscellaneous #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 907

Includes a survey filled out by Pollitt rating and describing his opinion of every United States Supreme Court justice, 1789-1991; a copy of Criminal Justice in Crisis, published by the American Bar Association (1988); a 1991 letter and set of meeting minutes relating to Pollitt's work with the Orange County Democratic Party; memorials; invitations; clippings; and a newsletter and article relating to the Equal Rights Amendment.

Folder 908

Naples v. United States of America, 1967 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 908

Court filings, including appeal, petition for rehearing en banc, report on the appellant's present mental condition.

Folder 909

National Advisory Comission on Civil Disorders, 1967 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 909

Correspondence relating to Pollitt's work as a consultant for the commission, developing a model emergency program for the administration of justice during a riot.

Folder 910-917

Folder 910

Folder 911

Folder 912

Folder 913

Folder 914

Folder 915

Folder 916

Folder 917

National Sharecroppers Fund (NSF)/Rural Advancement Fund (RAF), 1976-1989 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 910-917

Board materials, especially relating to personnel policies and problems and sale of the Frank Porter Graham Center; program materials concern sustainable agriculture, contract agricultural reform, disaster programs for farmers, tobacco community reinvestment, organic integrity, protection of genetic resource diversity, citizenship and voter registration, injustice in court system of Robeson County, N.C.

Folder 918-919

Folder 918

Folder 919

NSF/RAF: 50th Anniversary (1937-1987) #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 918-919

History of the organization and planning for the anniversary event, including a congressional hearing on farm labor, the family farm, and biotechnology.

Folder 920

NSF/RAF: By-laws #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 920

Image Folder PF-5498/8

NSF/RAF: Photographs, 1953 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." PF-5498/8

Photographs of Louisiana Fruit and Vegetable Producers Union Local No. 312 building and union local officers; dock scene outside of Hammond, La.; H.L. Mitchell, Hank Hasiwar, Mrs. Hank Hasiwar in Jackson Park, New Orleans, La.

Folder 921

NSF/RAF: Rural Advance, 1982-1989 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 921

Folder 922-934

Folder 922

Folder 923

Folder 924

Folder 925

Folder 926

Folder 927

Folder 928

Folder 929

Folder 930

Folder 931

Folder 932

Folder 933

Folder 934

NSF/RAF/Rural Advancement Fund International-USA (RAFI-USA), 1990-2009 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 922-934

Board materials, especially relating to dispute with NSF/RAF that instigated creation of RAFI-USA; program materials concern contract poultry farming reform, the National Agricultural Bargaining Act, tobacco communities reinvestment, sustainable agriculture, organic integrity, the impact of biotechnology on agricultural practices.

Folder 935-936

Folder 935

Folder 936

NSF/RAF/RAFI-USA: Contract farming reform, 1994-1999 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 935-936

Chiefly concerning poultry farming.

Folder 937-938

Folder 937

Folder 938

NSF/RAF/RAFI-USA: National Agricultural Bargaining Act, 1994 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 937-938

Chiefly concerning poultry farming.

Folder 939

NSF/RAFI, 1995 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 939

Materials relating to international office in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Folder 940

North Carolina Board of Law Examiners, 1992 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 940

Pollitt's arguments against Bar inquiry into applicant's mental health fitness and substance abuse; copies of affidavits from two medical doctors in support of this position; and the results of a survey sent to each state inquiring as to whether inquests were made regarding an applicant's mental health.

Folder 941

North Carolina Center for the Study of Black History, 1987-1994 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 941

Chiefly memoranda to Board of Directors and meeting minutes relating to fundraising for the Center, especially for archival preservation of the Floyd McKissick Papers and a leadership academy; also includes a few CenterNews newsletters.

Folder 942-980

Folder 942

Folder 943

Folder 944

Folder 945

Folder 946

Folder 947

Folder 948

Folder 949

Folder 950

Folder 951

Folder 952

Folder 953

Folder 954

Folder 955

Folder 956

Folder 957

Folder 958

Folder 959

Folder 960

Folder 961

Folder 962

Folder 963

Folder 964

Folder 965

Folder 966

Folder 967

Folder 968

Folder 969

Folder 970

Folder 971

Folder 972

Folder 973

Folder 974

Folder 975

Folder 976

Folder 977

Folder 978

Folder 979

Folder 980

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union, 1966-1997 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 942-980

Files relate to the organization and activities of the North Carolina chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, and include correspondence, by-laws, reports, memoranda, meeting agendas and minutes, statements and press releases, contact lists, clippings, and related materials.

Folder 981

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: 20th Anniversary #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 981

Folder 982

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: 25th Anniversary #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 982

Folder 983

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: 30th Anniversary #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 983

Folder 984

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: "The ACLU and the American Tradition" #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 984

Folder 985

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Attorneys list #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 985

Folder 986

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Carolina Civil Liberties Union #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 986

Folder 987

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Chapel Hill-Carrboro Civil Liberties Union #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 987

Folder 988

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Chapel Hill-Carrboro Civil Liberties Union: Charles M. and Dorcas Jones Award #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 988

Folder 989

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Civil Liberties News , 1966-1970 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 989

Folder 990-991

Folder 990

Folder 991

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Frank Porter Graham Award, 1974-2008 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 990-991

Folder 992

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: George Gardner "Roast" and Daniel Pollitt "Roast" #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 992

Folder 993

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: History #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 993

Folder 994

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Legal Committee notebook #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 994

Folder 995

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Legislative Committee #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 995

Folder 996

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Legislative recommendations and proposals #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 996

Folder 997-998

Folder 997

Folder 998

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Liberty, 1973-2008 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 997-998

Folder 999

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Litigation reports #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 999

Folder 1000

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Newman, Slater #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1000

Folder 1001

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: North Carolina Civil Liberties Union Legal Foundation, 1989-1990 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1001

Folder 1002-1003

Folder 1002

Folder 1003

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Political Prisoners Project, 1973-1974 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1002-1003

Folder 1004

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Speakers at annual meetings #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1004

Folder 1005

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Voting rights seminar, 1986 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1005

Folder 1006-1008

Folder 1006

Folder 1007

Folder 1008

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: General #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1006-1008

Briefs, complaints, memoranda, other legal materials, correspondence, and other materials relating to cases taken by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and its North Carolina chapter.

Folder 1009

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: Arnold, James D. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1009

Folder 1010

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: Begging #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1010

Folder 1011

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: Charlotte, N.C., "Hippy" suit #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1011

Folder 1012-1013

Folder 1012

Folder 1013

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: Cloak, Daniel T. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1012-1013

Folder 1014

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: Conscientious objectors #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1014

Folder 1015

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: Crawford, Marion Frank #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1015

Folder 1016

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: Ivey, George Moore III #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1016

Folder 1017

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: Ku Klux Klan #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1017

Folder 1018

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: Lewis, Georgia J. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1018

Folder 1019

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: Little, Larry #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1019

Folder 1020-1021

Folder 1020

Folder 1021

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: Miscellaneous #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1020-1021

Writings, correspondence, and legal materials relating to cases taken by the North Carolina Civil Liberties Union, particularly cases in which Pollitt participated, and was assisted by students.

Folder 1022-1023

Folder 1022

Folder 1023

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: Pendleton, Alan Howard #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1022-1023

Folder 1024-1025

Folder 1024

Folder 1025

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: Speaker ban #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1024-1025

Folder 1026

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: Universal Life Church #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1026

Folder 1027

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union: Briefs: Wilkinson, John A. #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1027

Folder 1028

North Carolina Labor Law Center, 1977-1980 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1028

Materials relating to Pollitt's work with the Board of Directors, including correspondence; meeting minutes; and articles, reports, clippings, and other printed materials.

Folder 1192-1234

Folder 1192

Folder 1193

Folder 1194

Folder 1195

Folder 1196

Folder 1197

Folder 1198

Folder 1199

Folder 1200

Folder 1201

Folder 1202

Folder 1203

Folder 1204

Folder 1205

Folder 1206

Folder 1207

Folder 1208

Folder 1209

Folder 1210

Folder 1211

Folder 1212

Folder 1213

Folder 1214

Folder 1215

Folder 1216

Folder 1217

Folder 1218

Folder 1219

Folder 1220

Folder 1221

Folder 1222

Folder 1223

Folder 1224

Folder 1225

Folder 1226

Folder 1227

Folder 1228

Folder 1229

Folder 1230

Folder 1231

Folder 1232

Folder 1233

Folder 1234

Nut files #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1192-1234

Legal cases in which Pollitt served as lawyer to a client, chiefly in cases of interest to the North Carolina Civil Liberties Union, or simply provided legal advice to an individual, often as part of his American Association of University Professors work. Cases concern sexual harassment, academic tenure, freedom of speech, disbarment, wrongful termination of employment, and whistleblowers.

CLOSED: These files are closed until 2019.

Folder 1029

Penn, a History: 1862-1982 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1029

Bound copy of a report prepared by the North Carolina Office of the Governor outlining the history of the Penn School in Beaufort County, N.C.

Folder 1030

"The Pentagon Papers: A Decade Later," by Floyd Adams #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1030

Clipping.

Folder 1031-1032

Folder 1031

Folder 1032

Persian Gulf, 1990 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1031-1032

Materials relating to protests against the Gulf War, including clippings, correspondence, congressional statements, flyers, and other printed materials.

Folder 1033

Race/Affirmative Action #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1033

Clippings and notes.

Folder 1034

Ratification debates: Hillsborough, N.C., Constitutional Convention of 1788 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1034

Memorandum and notes.

Folder 1035

Religious freedom #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1035

Article and notes relating to the 1657 Flushing Remonstrance.

Folder 1036

Rural Education and Welfare Association, 1960 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1036

Constitution and by-laws.

Folder 1037

Salary Act of 1967, 1981 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1037

Memorandum and letters from Pollitt to Congressman William Ford and chief counsel Robert Moss.

Folder 1038

Saxbe, Bill #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1038

Letter from Pollitt to Congressman Frank Thompson, enclosing a copy of an essay by John Mitchell about the constitutionality of Bill Saxbe's appointment as Attorney General.

Folder 1039

Scalia, Antonin #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1039

Notes.

Folder 1040

Scarlet letter conditions, 1 December 1999 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1040

Notes on punishments designed to humiliate perpetrators of crimes.

Folder 1041

Slavery #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1041

Notes and clipping.

Folder 1042-1045

Folder 1042

Folder 1043

Folder 1044

Folder 1045

Soul City, 1968-1979 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1042-1045

Materials relating to the founding and development of the planned community of Soul City, N.C., and Pollitt's work with the Board of Directors of the Soul City Foundation; includes correspondence with Floyd McKissick and others; clippings; planning and administrative materials, including meeting agendas and minutes, proposals, by-laws, articles of incorporation, an administrative manual, and memoranda; grant applications and other financial materials; press releases, newsletters, brochures, reports, and other printed materials; legal research materials; and notes.

Folder 1046

Southern Regional Council #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1046

Materials relating to Pollitt's work on the Board of Directors of the Southern Labor Institute and other work with the Southern Regional Council, including correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, memoranda, and contact lists.

Folder 1047-1049

Folder 1047

Folder 1048

Folder 1049

Southerners for Economic Justice #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1047-1049

Materials relating to the Board of Directors and Executive Board, including articles of incorporation; correspondence; meeting agendas and minutes; memoranda; financial materials; reports, newsletters, and other printed materials; and a Board of Directors manual.

Folder 1050-1051

Folder 1050

Folder 1051

Speaker ban #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1050-1051

Memoranda on the speaker ban law; public statements on campus censorship by Pollitt, Paul Dickson, and others; Governor Dan Moore's statement on the speaker ban law; and a report by the Britt Commission in response.

Folder 1052

Speaker ban: Correspondence #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1052

Chiefly concerning Dickson v. Sitterson, et al; correspondents include McNeill Smith, Henry Brandis Jr., and Bill Van Alstyne.

Folder 1053

Speaker ban: American Association of University Professors #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1053

Minutes of Committee S (Faculty Responsibility for the Academic Freedom of Students), newspaper clippings and other printed material concerning first amendment rights on campus

Folder 1054-1057

Folder 1054

Folder 1055

Folder 1056

Folder 1057

Speaker ban: Clippings #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1054-1057

Folder 1058-1061

Folder 1058

Folder 1059

Folder 1060

Folder 1061

Speaker ban: Court documents #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1058-1061

Folder 1062

Speaker ban: Miscellaneous, 1984, 1991, 1995 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1062

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other printed materials commenting on censorship and history of the speaker ban law.

Folder 1063

Speaker ban: National Association of Student Personnel Administrators #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1063

Correspondence and other materials relating to committee on student academic freedom.

Folder 1064

Speaker ban: Other cases and situations #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1064

Includes materials relating to barring of a Pete Seeger concert by a Long Island school board and other instances of censorship.

Folder 1065

Speaker ban: Other states #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1065

Letters to secretaries of state regarding legislation or proposed legislation banning speakers from state-supported educational institutions.

Folder 1066

Speaker ban: Other states: Ohio #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1066

Court documents.

Folder 1067

Speaker ban: Record and exhibits #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1067

Materials relating to Dickson v. Sitterson, et al.

Folder 1068

Speaker ban: Student academic freedom, 1968 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1068

Speech given at Wake Forest annual dinner meeting, background printed material from the American Association of University Professors and the American Civil Liberties Union, and clippings.

Folder 1069-1070

Folder 1069

Folder 1070

Supreme Court nominations: Advice and consent judges #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1069-1070

Folder 1071

Supreme Court nominations: Alito, Samuel #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1071

Folder 1072-1075

Folder 1072

Folder 1073

Folder 1074

Folder 1075

Supreme Court nominations: Bork, Robert #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1072-1075

Folder 1076

Supreme Court nominations: Kennedy, Ginsburg, Souter #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1076

Folder 1077

Supreme Court nominations: Roberts, John #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1077

Folder 1078

Supreme Court nominations: "Supreme Court Declinations" by Bennett Boskey #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1078

Folder 1079-1082

Folder 1079

Folder 1080

Folder 1081

Folder 1082

Supreme Court nominations: Thomas, Clarence #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1079-1082

Folder 1083

Teaching: Brown bag law #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1083

Folder 1084-1088

Folder 1084

Folder 1085

Folder 1086

Folder 1087

Folder 1088

Teaching: Church and state #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1084-1088

Folder 1089-1102

Folder 1089

Folder 1090

Folder 1091

Folder 1092

Folder 1093

Folder 1094

Folder 1095

Folder 1096

Folder 1097

Folder 1098

Folder 1099

Folder 1100

Folder 1101

Folder 1102

Teaching: Constitutional law, 1969, 1990s, and undated #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1089-1102

Folder 1103

Teaching: Employment discrimination, 1976 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1103

Folder 1104-1107

Folder 1104

Folder 1105

Folder 1106

Folder 1107

Teaching: First amendment #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1104-1107

Folder 1108-1110

Folder 1108

Folder 1109

Folder 1110

Teaching: Free speech #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1108-1110

Folder 1111-1117

Folder 1111

Folder 1112

Folder 1113

Folder 1114

Folder 1115

Folder 1116

Folder 1117

Teaching: Labor law #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1111-1117

Videotape VT-5498/6

Teaching: Labor law, 13 March 1992 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." VT-5498/6

Folder 1118

Teaching: Privacy #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1118

Folder 1119

Teaching: Seminar people, 1959-1995 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1119

Folder 1120

Teaching: Supreme Court processes #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1120

Folder 1121

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Academic freedom (Michael Paull), 1969 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1121

Materials relating to controversy surrounding the University of North Carolina administration's response to Paull's assignment on Andrew Marvel's "To His Coy Mistress."

Folder 1122

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Arnold, William (football death), 1972 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1122

Faculty investigation of death of football player resulting from complications of heat stroke.

Folder 1123-1127

Folder 1123

Folder 1124

Folder 1125

Folder 1126

Folder 1127

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Athletics and the University, 1988-1989 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1123-1127

Ad hoc faculty committee formed after dismissal of Coach Dick Crum to examine the university's intercollegiate athletics program, its scope, procedures, financing and relation to other entities.

Folder 1128-1129

Folder 1128

Folder 1129

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Black student demands, 1969 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1128-1129

Clippings, memoranda, reports documenting student demands, administration responses, and faculty/American Association of University Professors resolutions.

Folder 1130

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Books Not Bombs, 1984 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1130

Protest of Reagan administration approach to libraries, schools, and intellectual freedom at dedication of Walter Royal Davis Library; letter to editor of Raleigh News and Observer opposing Jim Martin's candidacy for governor; flier for an event about Leonard Peltier, an American Indian Movement (AIM) activist convicted of murdering FBI agents.

Folder 1131

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Cafeteria strike, 1969 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1131

Clippings, memoranda, reports documenting cafeteria employee demands, administration responses, and faculty/American Association of University Professors resolutions.

Folder 1132

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Carolina Review , 1996 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1132

Statement, clippings, and correspondence concerning free speech, freedom of the press for student publication.

Folder 1133

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Center for Civil Rights, 2002 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1133

Planning documents.

Folder 1134

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Center for Labor Education Research, 1978 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1134

Response to proposal for the center.

Folder 1135

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Chancellor's Committee #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1135

Folder 1136

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Daily Tar Heel ( Arrington v. Taylor), 1972 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1136

Lawsuit challenging how student fees are used to fund the Daily Tar Heel.

Folder 1137

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Experimental College, 1967 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1137

Catalog of courses offered, including Law in a Democratic Society.

Folder 1138-1140

Folder 1138

Folder 1139

Folder 1140

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Advisory Committee, 1979-1982 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1138-1140

Folder 1141

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Advisory Committee: Long Committee Report, 1979-1981 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1141

Materials relating to admissions policies and minority students.

Folder 1142-1147

Folder 1142

Folder 1143

Folder 1144

Folder 1145

Folder 1146

Folder 1147

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Council, 1969-1972, 1979-1982 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1142-1147

Minutes, resolutions, correspondence, reports, and other materials documenting faculty concerns, policies, procedures; topics include education, welfare (benefits), status of women and minorities, tenure, grievances.

Folder 1148-1151

Folder 1148

Folder 1149

Folder 1150

Folder 1151

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Council: Agenda Committee, 1979-1982 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1148-1151

Folder 1152

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Council: Chair of Faculty, 1978-1982 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1152

Folder 1153

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Council: Committee reports, 1981 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1153

Educational policy, university priorities, established lectures, student conduct, dependent care, status and recruitment of black faculty.

Folder 1154

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Council: Dependent care services, 1982 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1154

Folder 1155

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Council: Due process regulations #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1155

Discussions relating to amendments of tenure policy.

Folder 1156

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Council: EEOC type problems #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1156

Reports on the status of women, minorities and the disadvantaged, affirmative action, sexual harassment policy.

Folder 1157

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Council: EPA librarians, 1979 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1157

Employment policies for university employees exempt from the state personnel act.

Folder 1158

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Council: External professional responsibilities, 1979 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1158

Policy on activities for pay.

Folder 1159

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Council: Health Education and Welfare Consent Decree, 1979-1980 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1159

Materials relating to settlement of lawsuit in which the University of North Carolina was accused of operating a racially discriminatory system of higher education.

Folder 1160

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Council: Lawyer Referral Service #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1160

Folder 1161

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Council: Nominations #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1161

Folder 1162

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Council: Okun Committee on Tenure, 1980 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1162

Folder 1163

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Council: Procedural irregularities (tenure), 1981 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1163

Folder 1164

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Faculty Council: Sex discrimination in salaries, 1979 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1164

Folder 1165

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: "Faculty Governance: A Resource Paper" #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1165

Folder 1166

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: "Faculty Government at Chapel Hill the First Two Hundred Years: A Brief History" (Henry Boren) #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1166

Folder 1167

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Grenada letter, 1983 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1167

Letter to President Ronald Reagan signed by Pollitt and sixteen other law professors at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, criticizing United States military action in Grenada.

Folder 1168

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Installation of Christopher Fordham #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1168

Folder 1169

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Law School admissions policies and procedures, 1980 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1169

Folder 1170

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Law School Policy Respecting Religion, undated #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1170

Folder 1171

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Minority and female presence, 1984 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1171

Folder 1172

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Multipurpose Training Center, 1967 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1172

Request for clarification of the university's commitment to the community action training program.

Folder 1173

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: "The New Breed of College Student," circa 1960 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1173

Folder 1174-1175

Folder 1174

Folder 1175

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Peace strike, 1970 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1174-1175

Planning and events related to anti-war movement on campus.

Folder 1176

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Problems, 1967-1969 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1176

Clippings from the Daily Tar Heel.

Folder 1177-1179

Folder 1177

Folder 1178

Folder 1179

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Search Committee for Chancellor, 1979 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1177-1179

Folder 1180

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Sexual harrassment policy, 1982 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1180

Essay by Tanita Goodwin and Linda Walke Lilly.

Folder 1181

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: South Africa (divestment), 1985-1986 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1181

Folder 1182

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: State vs. Liz Mason-Deese, Kelly White, Andrew Pearson, and Scott O'Day, 2003 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1182

Materials relating to a trial regarding charges of disorderly conduct by four University of North Carolina students during a basketball game, in which they ran onto the court with banners protesting the war in Iraq.

Folder 1183

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Tuition (equal protection, out-of-state tuition) #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1183

Folder 1184

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Tuition increase, 1999-2000 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1184

Folder 1185

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: University history #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1185

Materials for University Day.

Folder 1186

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Washington Witness II, 1972 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1186

Planning materials relating to student trips to Washington, D.C., to speak with members of Congress.

See also University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Peace strike.

Folder 1187-1188

Folder 1187

Folder 1188

University of North Carolina System: Faculty Assembly, 1979-1981 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1187-1188

Folder 1189

University of North Carolina System: University Advisory Council, 1969-1972 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1189

Folder 1190

Walter E. Meyer Research Institute of Law, 1963 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1190

Correspondence relating to grant funding for a proposed book entitled "From Birmingham to the Washington March: Events and Legal Problems of the 1963 Negro Protest Demonstrations"; ultimately published as "Legal Problems in Southern Integration: The Chapel Hill Story."

Folder 1191

White House, 1964 #05498, Series: "4. Subject Files, 1935-2009." Folder 1191

Invitation from Eric Goldman, special assistant to President Lyndon B. Johnson, to join a select group of scholars, the "Quiet Brain Trust" group, in generating "new and imaginative ideas for the benefit of Government"; Pollitt suggested an expansion of federally supported lunch program for school children; inducing pharmaceutical companies to give more samples to doctors for charitable distribution; delegation of some part of the jurisdiction over unfair labor practices from the National Labor Relations Board to state agencies; discontinuance of the bracero program that brought Mexican migrant farm workers into the United States on a temporary basis; amendments to the civil rights laws; adoption of a gag order on all public statements by criminal prosecuting and investigative agencies of the federal government made before or during a trial that could be considered prejudicial against a defendant and a fair trial.

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About 50 items.

Portraits and snapshots of Daniel H. Pollitt with family, at work with colleagues, and with students. There are signed portraits of Judge Henry Edgerton and Joseph L. Rauh Jr.

Image Folder PF-5498/1

1950s #05498, Series: "5. Photographs, 1950s-2000s." PF-5498/1

Cornell Law Review staff; reunion of law clerks of Henry Edgerton.

Image Folder PF-5498/2

1960s #05498, Series: "5. Photographs, 1950s-2000s." PF-5498/2

Labor law conference; meeting.

Image Folder PF-5498/3

1970s #05498, Series: "5. Photographs, 1950s-2000s." PF-5498/3

With wife, Jean Rutledge Pollitt; with Dan Okun and Bill Geer; at work desk.

Image Folder PF-5498/4

1980s #05498, Series: "5. Photographs, 1950s-2000s." PF-5498/4

With students.

Image Folder PF-5498/5

1990s #05498, Series: "5. Photographs, 1950s-2000s." PF-5498/5

Teaching in the classroom; at 1992 commencement; with Terry Sanford and students.

Image Folder PF-5498/6

1990s-2000s #05498, Series: "5. Photographs, 1950s-2000s." PF-5498/6

In the classroom; at dinner and other events; at Holden Beach, N.C.; at Dan Pollitt Center.

Oversize Image OP-P-5498/1

Edgerton, Henry #05498, Series: "5. Photographs, 1950s-2000s." OP-P-5498/1

Portrait.

Image Folder PF-5498/7

Rauh, Joseph L. Jr. #05498, Series: "5. Photographs, 1950s-2000s." PF-5498/7

Portrait.

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Processing Information

Processed by: Nancy Kaiser, Anna Kephart, and Armando Suarez, February 2012

Encoded by: Armando Suarez, February 2012

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