Vietnam War teach-in records, 1965-1966.

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Rutgers University. Office of Public Information. Vietnam War teach-in records, 1965-1966.

Vietnam War teach-in records, 1965-1966.

The records include correspondence, newspaper clippings, statements and reports related to the three Vietnam War teach-ins. Items addressing Professor Eugene Genovese's remarks at the first teach-in and the University's subsequent handling of the matter represent the bulk of the collection. Also included are materials relating to the 1965 New Jersey Gubernatorial campaign. The Republican candidate, New Jersey Senator Wayne Dumont, demanded Genovese's removal from the University and focused on the issue in his campaign. The Democratic candidate, incumbent Governor Richard J. Hughes, supported the University's decision. Other notable items in the collection include: a "Report to the General Assembly on the State of New Jersey" on the Genovese matter; resolutions of various civic organizations both for and against Genovese; a statement by Douglas Dillon, a member of the Board of Governors, supporting academic freedom; and newspaper clippings written in reaction to Dillon's statement. Correspondents include United States Senators from New Jersey, Harrison Williams and Clifford P. Case.

2 cu.ft. (5 ms. boxes).

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Dumont, Wayne.

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Hughes, Richard J. (Richard Joseph), 1909-1992

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Genovese, Eugene D., 1930-

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Rutgers University. Office of Public Information.

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The Rutgers University Office of Public Information, a division of University Communications, is responsible for coordinating communications and events involving Rutgers and outside media. The records in this group relate to the three teach-ins held at Rutgers University on Apr. 9, 1965, Sept. 29-30, 1965 and Oct. 14, 1965. The first teach-in, organized by Rutgers faculty, was billed as an all-night open discussion on American foreign policy with regard to Vietnam. Public controversy was sparked...

Stamler, Nelson F.

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Rutgers College. Student Council.

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Rutgers College

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Gross, Mason Welch, 1911-1977

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Dillon, C. Douglas (Clarence Douglas), 1909-2003

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Clarence Douglas Dillon, born while his parents were traveling in Geneva, Switzerland on August 21, 1909, pursued a varied career of investment banking, public service and diplomacy, including service in three presidential administrations. Educated at Groton school in Groton, Massachusetts, Dillon graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University in 1931. After briefly joining his father''s Wall Street investment firm, Dillon, Read and Co., Dillon joined the New York Stock exchange. Dillon left ...