Oral history interview with Adolf Augustus Berle

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Berle, Adolf Augustus, 1895-1971. Oral history interview with Adolf Augustus Berle, 1970.

Oral history interview with Adolf Augustus Berle

1970

Education; early law career; Justice Louis Brandeis' law office; Versailles Peace Conference; land rights 1920-24 in the Dominican Republic; Pueblo Indian land act, 1924; early teaching career; THE MODERN CORPORATION AND PRIVATE PROPERTY, 1931; impressions of Harlan Stone, Nicholas Murray Butler, Lillian Wald, Huges Jervey, Samuel E. Morison, William Z. Ripley; Henry Street Settlement; Raymond Moley, Rexford Tugwell, Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal Brain Trust.

Miscellaneous papers relating to oral history.

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