Papers, 1942-1988.

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Livingston, Joseph A. Papers, 1942-1988.

Papers, 1942-1988.

The papers of this Pulitzer prize winning journalist consist of correspondence, speeches, lecture notes, financial records, calendars, questionnaires, audio tapes, newspaper clippings, mailing lists, and pamphlets. The materials document Livingston's career from his days as the financial editor of the PHILADELPHIA EVENING BULLETIN to the latter years of his career as national economics pundit and professor of economics. The collectionreflects Livingston's interest in international monetary policy, particularly the influence of Western economic practices on the Eastern bloc, and American policies regarding inflation and the social security system. Subjects of interest to the economist include the Marshall Plan, supply-side economics, international trade, and the American steel industry.

60 c.f. (58 Paige boxes, 4 card file drawers)

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