William Harrison Riker Papers

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William Harrison Riker papers
Creator: Riker, William H.
Call Number: D.262
Dates: 1943-1993
Physical Description: 115 boxes, 41 books
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Arrangement
Subject(s)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Content List
Series 1: Correspondence (Includes letters to and from William Riker)
Box 1: General Correspondence
Box 2: General Correspondence Continued
Box 3: Zoning Project Correspondence (arranged chronologically)
Box 4: Correspondence mainly about publishing Democracy in the United States
Box 5: Duncan Black Correspondence
Box 6: Weighted Voting
Box 7: General Correspondence grouped according to subject
Box 8:
Box 9: Departmental Correspondence, Lawrence College and University of Rochester
Series 2: Conference/Meetings Material
Box 10: Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences(CACSB) Materials
Box 11: Conferences/Meetings (arranged chronologically by date of event)
Box 12: Conferences, continued
Box 13: Conferences, continued
Box 14: Conferences continued
Box 15: Political Science 501 (Comparative Property Rights Project, 1992)
Series 3: Writings by Riker (Both Published and Unpublished papers. Items without bibliographic data are typescripts.)
Box 16: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically)
Box 17:
Box 18: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Box 19: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Box 20: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Box 21: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Box 22: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Box 23: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Box 24: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Box 25: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Box 26:
Box 27: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Box 28: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Box 29: Notes and Data on Rhetorical Interaction in the Ratification Campaign
Box 30:
Box 31:
Box 32: Draft of Rhetorical Interaction in the Ratification Campaign
Box 33: Draft of Rhetorical Interaction in the Ratification Campaign Continued
Box 34:
Series 4: Reviews of Other Scholar's writings by Riker (Arranged Chronologically)
Box 35:Reviews by Riker (includes correspondence and clippings)
Box 36: Reviews by Riker (includes correspondence and clippings)
Box 37: Comments on Other's Writings made by Riker continued
Series 5: Riker's research materials
Box 38: Research Notes in Riker's Handwriting on various projects
Box 39: Research Notes in Riker's Handwriting on various projects and newspaper clippings
Box 40: Research materials (arranged chronologically within box)
Box 41:
Box 42:
Box 43: Raw Data Sets
Box 44:
Box 45: Zoning research
Box 46: Zoning Ordinances for Monroe County Towns (arranged alphabetically)
Box 47: Zoning Research--photocopied pages
Box 48: Zoning Research- Maps and Papers
Box 49: Research
Box 50: Research
Box 51: Research for: The Two-Party System and Duverger's Law: An Essay on the History of Political Science
Box 52: Miscellaneous Research Materials
Box 53: Research for Soldiers of the States: The Role of the National Guard in American Democracy, by William H. Riker (Washington: Public Affairs Press, 1957) material
Box 54: Research for Soldiers of the States: The Role of the National Guard in American Democracy Research (arranged alphabetically by state)
Series 6: Writings by others collected by Riker (arranged chronologically) Items without bibliographic data are typescripts.
Box 55: 1940s and 1950s
Box 56: 1960-1965
Box 57: 1966-1969
Box: 58: 1970-1975
Box: 59: 1976-1978
Box 60: 1979-1980
Box 61: 1980-1984
Box 62: 1985-1988
Box 63: 1989
Box 64: 1990-1991
Box 65: 1992-1993
Box 66: n.d.
Box 67: n.d. continued
Box 68: Other's Writings Grouped by subject: Federalism
Box 69: Other's Writings Grouped by subject : Power
Box 70: Other's Writings Grouped by subject: Paradox
Box 71: Other's Writings Grouped by Author
Box 72: Others writings bound in Journals
Series 7: Course Materials from Lawrence College and the University of Rochester
Box 73: Course materials from Lawrence College
Box 74: Student Papers at Lawrence College (arranged chronologically)
Box 75: Student Papers at Lawrence College (arranged chronologically), continued
Box 76: Course Materials (UR Courses) 1970s-1990s
Box 77: UR Courses
Box 78: UR Courses
Box 79: Student Papers (by course) UR Courses
Box 80: Course Evaluations
Box 81: Course Evaluations
Box 82: Dissertations and Theses (either advised by or sent to Riker)
Series 8: Riker's Course work from Harvard
Box 83: Notes from Riker's classes at Harvard
Box 84: Riker's Papers from Harvard?
Series 8: Miscellaneous
Box 85 Oral History
Box 86: Data on 1974 city single use
Series 9: Books Annotated by Riker
Box 87: Notes on Books Collected by Riker removed from book found on shelf at end of collection (arranged alphabetically by Title)
Box 88, National Science Foundation Proposal, 1984
Box 89, National Science Foundation Grant and Student Dissertation
Box Student Dissertation and Project Description Box 90, 1980-1985
Box 90, Student Dissertation and Project Description
Box 91, Research Data and Papers
Box 92, Ms of Some Class Notes
Box 93, Reviews of MS Talks
Box 94, Papers by William Riker
Box 95, Riker's Writings
Box 96, Riker's Writing
Box 97, Class Notes and Research Notes
Box 98, Class Notes and Research Data
Box 99, Papers and Notes
Box 100, Papers
Box 101, Papers and Notes
Box 102, Research Materials
Box 103, Correspondence Papers
Box 104, Teaching Material, Publications
Box 105, Letters of Recommendation
Box 106, Teaching Materials and Publications
Box 107, Student's Dissertation and Conference Papers
Box 108, Papers and Publications
Box 109, Correspondence, Publications, and Papers
Box 110, Correspondence, Papers, Drafts, and Speeches
Box 111, Publication Drafts and Expository Writing
Box 112, Publication Drafts
Box 113, Political Science Department Materials
Box 114, Book Marginalia
Box 115, Book Marginalia
Collection Overview
Title: William Harrison Riker papers
Creator: Riker, William H.
Call Number: D.262
Dates: 1943-1993
Physical Description: 115 boxes, 41 books
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
William Harrison Riker was born on September 22, 1920 in Des Moines, Iowa. After graduating from Depauw University in 1942, Riker attended Harvard from 1944 to 1948. From Harvard Riker moved to Appleton, Wisconsin, to take a position as an assistant professor at Lawrence University, where he would remain until 1962, when he accepted an appointment as Chair of the Department of Political Science at the University of Rochester. At Rochester, Riker built a Political Science department based on his new theories. He died on June 26, 1993.

Bruce Bueno De Mesquita and Kenneth Shepsle wrote a biography of Riker for the National Academy of Sciences, the link for which is included at the end of this register. They write:

William Riker was a visionary scholar, institution builder, and intellect who developed methods for applying mathematical reasoning to the study of politics. By introducing the precepts of game theory and social choice theory to political science he constructed a theoretical base for political analysis. This theoretical foundation, which he called "positive political theory," proved crucial in the development of political theories based on axiomatic logic and amenable to predictive tests and experimental, historical, and statistical verification. Through his research, writing, and teaching he transformed important parts of political studies from civics and wisdom to science. Positive political theory now is a mainstream approach to political science. In no small measure this is because of Riker's research. It is also a consequence of his superb teaching--he trained and influenced many students and colleagues who, in turn, helped spread the approach to universities beyond his intellectual home at the University of Rochester.[1]

[1] Taken from Bruce Bueno De. Mesquita and Kenneth Shepsle, William Harrison Riker: Biographical Memories, National Academy of Sciences. Please see the essay contained in this folder.

Scope and Content
The collection contains professional correspondence and departmental correspondence from Riker's years at Lawrence University and at the University of Rochester along with papers written by Riker, both published and unpublished, many including rough drafts and correspondence concerning revisions.The collection also contains many papers written by other political scientists who sent copies to Riker for comments. Forty-two books with marginal comments by Riker are included at the end of the collection.

Arrangement
Series 1: Correspondence: boxes 1-9

Series 2: Conference Material: boxes 10-15

Series 3: Writings by Riker: boxes 16-34

Series 4: Reviews written by Riker: boxes 35-37

Series 5: Research Compiled by Riker: boxes 38-54

Series 6: Writings by Others collected by Riker: boxes 55-72

Series 7: Course Materials: boxes 73-82

Series 8: Riker's Course work from Harvard; Miscellaneous: boxes 85-87

Series 9: Annotated books

Appendix A: Biographical Memory by Bruce Bueno de Mesquita and Kenneth Shepsle: National Academy of Sciences

Appendix B: Curriculum Vitae, July 1991

Subject(s):
Correspondence
Manuscripts
Riker, William H.
University of Rochester -- Faculty
Political scientists
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The William Harrison Riker Papers were a gift from Mary Elizabeth Riker, his wife, in August 1998.Access
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Content List
Series 1: Correspondence (Includes letters to and from William Riker)
Box 1: General Correspondence
Folder 1: 1953
1. Letter to Riker from William A. Pullin, December 18, 1953, 2p TLS
Folder 2: 1954
1. Letter to Joseph M. Dodge from Riker, February 26, 1954, 1p TL
a. Reply to Riker from Virginia M. de Pivey, Office of the Director, March 5, 1954, 1p TLS
Folder 3: 1956
1. Lufthansa essay contest entry form, 1956
2. Letter to Riker from Edward McVitty, October 12, 1956, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Edward McVitty from Riker, October 16, 1956, 1p TLS (copy)
4. Essay with notes
5. Letter to Riker from Donald Harrington, October 22, 1956, 1p TLS
6. Letter to Riker from Harold Guetzkow, November 20, 1956, 1p TLS
7. Letter to Riker from Victor Rice, November 23, 1956, 1p TLS
8. World Government Powers Needed to Aid UN, Appleton Post-Cresent, November 24, 1956, p6 (13 copies)
Folder 4: 1958
1. Letter to Riker from James L. McCamy, November 12, 1958, 1p TLS
a. Manuscript reply on original letter to McCamy from Riker, n.d.
2. Reply to Riker from McCamy, December 17, 1958, 1p ALS
3. Letter to Riker from Dean G. Pruitt, November 26, 1958, 1p TLS
Folder 5: 1959
1. Carbon of letter to Dave Easton from Riker, Sept 15, 1959, 1p TL
a. Contributions to a Theory of Coalitions, enclosed
2. Letter to Riker from Dave Easton, Sept 23, 1959, 1p TLS
Folder 6: 1961
1. Letter to "Dear Friend" from Clem Miller, Representative from the 1s District of California, February 15, 1961, 4p
2. Letter to Robert C. Bates from Riker, June 5, 1961, 9p TL
3. Letter to Riker from Donald F. Freeman, June 22, 1961, 2p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from Maxwell Hahn, June 28, 1961, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Jameson Woolen, September 15, 1961, 2p TLS
Folder 7: 1962
1. Letter to Riker from Mary ??, February 16, 1962, 1p ALS
2. Letter to The Editor from Paul T. David, May 25, 1962, 11p TL
3. Letter to Riker from Paul T. David, June 1, 1962, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Paul T. David from Riker, June 11, 1962, 2p ALS
5. Letter to Riker from Hayward R. Aiken, Jr, December 22, 1962, 2p ALS
Folder 8: 1963
1. Letter to Riker from Dorwin Cartwright, August 19, 1963, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from James G. March, November 11, 1963, 1p TLS
Folder 9: 1964
1. Letter to Riker from Bernard Weiner, January 6, 1964, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Marian Neal Ash, March 9, 1964, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from James A. Robinson, April 17, 1964, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from Michael Leiserson, June 19, 1964, 4p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Meredith Watts, September 19, 1964, 2p TLS
6. Letter to Riker from Lewis A. Froman, Jr., November 5, 1964, 1p TLS
Folder 10: 1965
1. Letter to Riker from Albert Wohlstetter, June 30, 1965, 1p TLS
Folder 11: 1966
1. Letter to Riker from R. Judson Mitchell, February 24, 1966, 1p TLS
Folder 12: 1967
1. Carbon of letter to Kenneth Thompson from Riker, June 5, 1967, 4p TL requesting funding from the Rockefeller Foundation
a. Reply to Riker from Joseph E. Black, June 19, 1967, 1p TLS
2. Carbon of letter to Paul Ylvisaker, June 5, 1967, 4p TL requesting funding from the Ford Foundation
a. Reply to Riker from Malcolm Moos, June 29, 1967, 1p TLS
3. Carbon of letter to Frederick A. Mosher, June 5, 1967, 4p TL, requesting funding from the Carnegie Foundation
a. Reply to Riker from Mosher, June 16, 1967, 2p TLS
Folder 13: 1968
1. Letter to Riker from Sandy Lieberman, January 20, 1968, 1p ALS
2. Letter to Riker from Donal P. Kommers, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from Lieberman, February 10, 1968, 1p ALS
4. Letter to Riker from Charlie Press, April 11, 1968, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Neal B?, May 21, 1968, 2p TLS
a. Letter to Riker from Ordeshook, June 24, 1968, 2p TLS enclosed
6. Letter to Riker from Howard Hines, June 17, 1968, 1p TLS
7. Carbon of letter to V. G. Grafskii from Riker, July 18, 1968, 1p TL
a. Review of Riker's work on federalism in Russian, attached
8. Carbon of letter to Allen Wallis from Riker, August 14, 1968, 5p TL
9. Letter to Riker from Allen Wallis, August 19, 1968, 2p ALS
Folder 14: 1970
1. Letter to Riker from Edwin T. Haefele, February 25, 1970, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Joan Levinson, April 3, 1970, 1p TLS
a. McCaleb-Seiler Publishing Company Style Guide
3. Letter to Riker from Charles R. Plott, June 3, 1970, 1p TLS
Folder 15: 1972
1. Letter to Riker from Fred I. Greenstein, August 1, 1972, 1p TLS
1. Photocopy of passage from Disraeli's Conningsby, enclosed
2. Letter to Riker from "Peter", November 13, 1972, 1p ALS
3. Letter to Riker from Paul Diesing, December 13, 1972, 2p TLS
4. Carbon of reply to Diesing from Riker, December 18, 1972, 1p TL
Folder 16: 1973
1. Letter to Riker from Paul Desing, January 25, 1973, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Charles R. Plott, February 1, 1973, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from Howard Hines, February 14, 1973, 1p TLS
4. Note to Riker from Cindy Francis, February 27, 1973, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from "Bob" (Professor at Baruch College, CUNY, March 5, 1973, 2p TLS
Folder 17: 1974
1. Letter to Dean Miller from Riker, January 29, 1974, 4p TL
2. Letter to Riker from Howard Hines, February 14, 1973, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from J. L. Nanda, March 8, 1974, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from Kenneth A. Shepsle, M arch 22, 1974, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Samuel S. Komorita, April 3, 1974, 1p TLS
6. Letter to Riker from Llewellyn Howland III, June 5, 1974, 1p TLS
7. Carbon letter to Ralph Miles from Riker, August 20, 1974, 1p
Folder 18: 1975
1. Letter to Riker from Nikhilesh Dholakia, March 12, 1975, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Judith Tanur, April 3, 1975, 1p TLS
3. Carbon of letter to Judith Tanur from Riker, April 25, 1975, 2p TL
4. Letter to Riker from Arin Phylis Goldman, August 17, 1975, 1p TL
a. Newspaper clipping attached re: Weighted voting
Folder 19: 1976
1. Letter to Riker from Stewart Mcaulay, April 5, 1976
2. Letter to Riker from Janusz Jeljaszewicz, October 11, 1976, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from Heinz Eulau, November 17, 1976, 1p TLS
Folder 20: 1977
1. Letter to Riker from Partha Chatterjee, March 25, 1977, 1p TLS
a. The Number of Political Parties: Some Comments on Riker's Note attached
2. Carbon of letter to Chatterjee from Riker, April 7, 1977, 1p TL
3. Letter to Riker from Heinz Eulau, May 12, 1977, 2p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from M? K., June 20, 1977, 2p ALS
5. Letter to Riker from Steven Brams, July 9, 1977, 1p TLS
6. Letter to Contributors to ABS Issue on Political Science from Heinz Eulau, August 5, 1977, 1p TLS
7. Letter to Riker from Heinz Eulau, August 8, 1977, 1p TLS
8. Letter to Riker from Steven Brams, September 13, 1977, 1p TLS
9. Letter to Riker from Warren E. Miller, September 22, 1977, 1p TLS
10. Letter to Riker from Barber B. Conable, Jr, December 16, 1977, 2p TLS
Folder 21: 1978
1. Letter to Riker from Steven J. Brams, January 27, 1978, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Harry Clor, February 24, 1978, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from Fred [Frohock], August 23, 1978, 1p ALS
4. Letter to Riker from Sheldon S. Zalkind, August 24, 1978, 1p TLS
Folder 22: 1979
1. Letter to Riker from Austin Ranney, January 16, 1979, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Daniel ?, March 7, 1979, 5p ALS
3. Letter to Riker from Richard A. Morin, October 16, 1979, 1p TLS
a. Letter to Morin from Riker, July 19, 1977, 2p TLS (attached
Folder 23: 1980
1. Letter to Riker from Jiri Valenta, August 7, 1980, 1p TLS
Folder 24: 1981
1. Letter to Riker from Henry Weingast, June 30, 1981, 3p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Randall L. Calvert and Kenneth A. Shepsle, July 13, 1981, 1p TLS
a. Enclosed: 5 course syllabi
Folder 25: 1982
1. Letter to Riker from D[?] K[?], January 30, 1982, 1p ALS
2. Letter to Riker from Bernie [University of California, Irvine], April 6, 1982, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from Fred [Frohock], May 24, 1982, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from Seymor Martin Lipset, May 26, 1982, 3p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Fred M. Frohock, July 6, 1982, 1p TLS
6. Letter to Riker from Fred [Frohock], November 1, 1982, 1p ALS
7. Letter to Richard Barke from Riker, December 16, 1982, 4p TLS
a. Letter to Gordon Tullock from Riker, December 16, 1982, 1p copied TL, enclosed
b. Railway Abandoments, Cross-Subsidies, and the Theory of Regulation by William R. Dougan, enclosed
Folder 26: 1983
1. Letter to Riker from Richard Barke, January 4, 1983, 3p TLS
2. Letter to Gordon Tullock from Riker, January 24, 1983, 3p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from Gordon Tullock, January 31, 1983, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from Lee [?], February 16, 1983, 1p ALS
5. Carbon of letter to Theodore McNelly from Riker, April 22, 1983, 1p TL
6. Carbon of letter to John Fuh-sheng Hsieh from Riker, April 22, 1983, 1p TL
Folder 27: 1984
1. Letter to Riker from Ken, April 3, 1984,1p ALS
2. Reply to Ken from Riker, n.d. 1p ALS
3. Letter to Riker from Lee D., April 24, 1984, 2p ALS
4. Letter to Riker from C. Emeri, July 13, 1984, 1p TL
5. Reply to Riker from C. Emeri, July 27, 1984 (in French), 1p TLS
Folder 28: 1985
1. Copy of letter to Lloyd Shapley from Robert Aumann (cc: Riker with note requesting comments), February 18, 1985, 2p TL
2. Letter to "Reicher" from Walter E. Dellinger, February 19, 1985, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from Steve [Brams], March 26, 1985 1p ALS
4. Letter to Riker from Charles K. Rowley, May 21, 1985, 2p TLS
5. Letter from Riker to Norman Schofield, June 5, 1985, 2p
6. Letter to Riker from Gary King, September 6, 1985, 1p TLS
7. Letter to Riker from Charles K. Rowley, September 10, 1985, 1p TLS
8. Letter to Riker from Charles K. Rowley, September 11, 1985, 1p TLS
9. Carbon of letter to Jack N. Rakove from Riker, October 11, 1985, 1p TL
Box 2: General Correspondence Continued
Folder 1: 1986
1. Letter to John Collins from Riker, January 10, 1986, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Robert Virgil, February 5, 1986, 2p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from Innea A. Barry, June 6, 1986, 1p TLS
a. American Participants, United States Information Agency Information Sheet
b. Fact Sheet on American Participants
c. USIA World
4. Letter to Riker from Dennis O'Brien and Natacha Dykman, August 21, 1986, 3p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Richard Kimber, December 4, 1986, 1p TLS
a. Members of the Editorial Board to the Journal of Theoretical Politics attached
Folder 2: 1987
1. Letter to Riker from Eric Wanner, President of the Russell Sage Foundation, January 12, 1987, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Albert Breton, January 19, 1987, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from Frank Baumgartner, January 22, 1987, 1p TLS
4. Copy of letter to Albert Breton from Riker, January 26, 1987, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from David, February 12, 1987, 1p ALS
6. Letter to Riker from Gregory A. Caldeira, March 19, 1987, 1p TLS
7. Copy of Reply to Caldeira, March 25, 1987, 1p TL
8. Letter to Contributors to What If? from Nelson W. Polsby, May 27, 1987, 1p TLS
9. Copy of letter to Nelson Polsby from Riker, July 13, 1987, 1p TL
10. Letter to Riker from Michael Munger, August 11, 1987, 1p TLS with manuscript note at bottom
11. Letter to Riker from Mojmir Povolny, September 12, 1987, 1p TLS
12. Letter to Riker from Henry Brady, September 30, 1987, 3p TL
13. Letter to David Alexander from Riker, October 1, 1987, 1p TLS
14. Letter to Riker from Ronald T. Schaps, October 15, 1987, 1p TLS
15. Copy of letter to Zachary Rolnick from Riker, December 9, 1987, 1p TLS
Folder 3: 1988
1. Letter to Peter H. Raven from Riker, January 7, 1988, 1p TL
a. Enclosure I: Statement on John Arthur Ferejohn, nominated by the Section of Social And Political Sciences, 1988
b. Enclosure II: Vita of Ferejohn
c. Enclosure III: Proposal for Nomination of Ferejohn
d. Enclosure IV: 250 word Statement about Ferejohn
2. Reply to Riker from Peter H. Raven, January 20, 1988, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from D. Roderick Kiewiet, March 9, 1988, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from ?, March 30, 1988, 4p AL
5. Letter to Frank Roberts from Riker, May 13, 1988, 4p TL
6. Copy of Members Forum, National Geographic, May 1988 re: Gun Control
a. Letters in response to Members Forum letters on Gun Control
b. Proposed response
c. Letter to Riker from Miriam R. Miller, June 10, 1988, 1p TLS
d. Reply to Miller from Riker, June 15, 1988, 2p TLS
7. Copy of letter to Frank Roberts from Riker, December 19, 1988, 4p TL
8. Letter to Riker from Amy Bridges, December 28, 1988, 1p TLS
a. American Federalism and the "Military Expansionist" Conception of Riker manuscript, enclosed
Folder 4: 1989
1. Letter to Riker from Alan S. Zuckerman, January, 1989, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Kenneth Shepsle from Riker, February 13, 1989, 2p TL
3. Letter to Riker from Richard M. Larry, President of the Sarah Scaife Foundation, March 1, 1989, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from James M. Enelow, March 1, 1989, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Fred Aman, March 16, 1989 1p ALS
a. Cornell Law Forum attached
7. Letter to Riker from James M. Enlow, June 8, 1989, 1p TLS
8. Letter to Riker from John R. Wright, July 5, 1989, 1p TLS
a. Newspaper clipping: Technology, Strategy Bring in New Campaign Era from CQ Politics, December 7, 1985 attached
10. Letter to Riker from Roger W. James, July 6, 1989, 2p TLS
a. Vita for Roger W. James, 2p.
12. Reply to James from Riker, July 24, 1989, 3p TLS
13. Reply to Riker from James, August 17, 1989, 1p TLS
14. Letter to Riker from Keith Krehbiel, September 5, 1989, 1p TLS
15. Letter to Riker from Richard R. Lau, September 21, 1989, 1p TLS
16. Copy of letter to Francis M. Carney from Riker, October 3, 1989, 1p TLS
17. Copy of letter to Frank Roberts from Riker, November 13, 1989, 6p TL with corrections
a. Attached note to Brian Thompson from Riker, 1p ALS
19. Letter to Riker from Fred, November 26, 1989,1p ALS
20. Letter to Riker from Frank Baumgartner, November 29, 1989, 1p TLS
21. Letter to Riker from Douglas Madsen, December 5, 1989, 1p TLS
22. Letter to Riker from Alan S. Zuckerman, December 6, 1989, 1p TLS
23. Letter to Riker fromIain McLean, December 7, 1989, 1p TLS
24. Letter to Douglas Madsen from Riker, December 8, 1989, 1p TLS
25. Reply to Zuckerman from Riker, December 20, 1989, 1p TLS
Folder 5: 1990
1. Letter to Riker from John Wilkerson, January 2, 1990, 3p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Abe Wagner, January 3, 1990, 1p TLS
a. Lessons on Modern War (enclosed copy)
4. Letter to Ken and Jim from Riker, January 16, 1990, 8p TLS
a. Attached notes
6. Copy of letter to Frank Roberts from Riker, January 18, 1990 1p TLS
a. Copy of letter to Frank Roberts from Riker, January 18, 1990, 4p TLS, enclosed
8. Letter To Riker from Chris Leithner, January 30, 1990, 1p TLS
9. Letter to Riker from John Fuh-sheng Hsieh, March 21, 1990, 1p carbon TLS
10. Letter to Kenneth Shepsle from Riker, March 23, 1990, 3p TLS
11. Letter to Riker from Michael C. Munger, April 5, 1990, 1p TLS
12. Letter to Robert W. Fogel from Riker, April 2, 1990, 3p TLS
13. Letter to Riker from Frank H. Roberts, April 6, 1990, 1p TLS
14. Letter to Riker from Paul Johnson, April 24, 1990, 1p TLS
15. Letter to Emerson Niou from Riker, May 7, 1990, 4p TLS
16. Letter to Riker from Tom Hammond, May 7, 1990, 1p TLS
17. Letter to Jose Manuel Guirola Lopez from Jean Walen, Permissions Editor for APSA, June 12, 1990
a. Reply to Walen from Manuel Gutierrez Lousa, October 8, 1990, 1p TLS
19. Letter to Riker from Douglas Madsen, July 31, 1990, 1p TLS
20. Letter to Riker from James A. Stimson, September 14, 1990, 1p TLS
21. Letter to Riker from Edouard Cloutier, October 19, 1990, 1p TLS
22. Letter to Richard Larry from Riker, October 23, 1990, 1p TLS
23. Letter to Riker from Arthur Csetenyi, November 9, 1990, 1p TLS
24. Letter to Riker from Lois Lovelace Duke, November 16, 1990, 1p TLS
25. Facsimile Message to Riker from Mary D[?] Oxford, November 20, 1990, 1p
26. Facsimile Message to Riker from Elaine Bottreu, November 23, 1990, 1p
27. Reply to Csetenyi from Riker, December 6, 1990, 1p TLS
28. Letter to Riker from David, December 8, 1990, 1p TLS
29. Letter to Riker from Robert Fogel, December 21, 1990, 3p TLS
Folder 6: 1991
1. Letter to Riker from Robert Goodin, January 5, 1991, 4p TLS
2. Letter to Dave Castle from Riker, January 24, 1991, 3p TLS
a. Attached notes on American Political Scientists for a Dictionary
4. Letter to Robert Fogel, January 29, 1991, 2p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Robert Goodin, January 31, 1991, 2p TLS
6. Letter to Riker from Robert Goodin, February 8, 1991, 2p TLS
7. Letter to Riker from Robert Goodin, February 19, 1991, 1p TLS
8. Memorandum to Contributors to Special Issue of Political Philosophy from Kristen Monroe, March 8, 1991, 4p typescript
9. Letter to Contributor (Riker) from Marie-Madeleine Dunning, 18 March 1991, 1p TLS
a. Memorandum of Agreement between Riker and Basil Blackwell Limited for a contribution to A Companion to Contemporary Political Philosophy (attached)
11. Letter to Riker from J. A. Laponce, April 17, 1991, 1p TLS
12. Letter to Riker from Tom Hahn, April 18, 1991, 1p TLS
13. Facsimile to Ruth Krassier from Riker, April 29, 1991, 5p ALS
14. Letter to Riker from Glenn Utter, May 6, 1991, 1p TLS
a. List of Political Scientists for American Political Scientists: A Dictionary (attached)
16. Letter to John Huber from Ian Budge, May 7, 1991, 1p TLS
a. Attached Correction
18. Facsimile Letter to Riker from Eric Hanushek, May 7, 1991, 6p TL
19. Letter to Riker from Jack Nagel, August 5, 1991, 1p TLS
20. Letter to Michael Detlefsen, Editor, Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, August 16, 1991, 2p TLS
21. Letter to Riker from Iain McLean, September 5, 1991, 1p ALS
22. Letter to Riker from Iain McLean, October 3, 1991, 1p TLS
23. Letter to Riker from Steven M. Maser, October 8, 1991, 1p TLS
24. Letter to Riker from Leo Bernaek, October 22, 1991, 1p TLS
25. Letter to Donald L. Robinson from Riker, October 29, 1991, 4p TL
26. Letter to Riker from Arthur S. Goldberg, November 4, 1991, 1p TLS
27. Letter to Arthur Goldberg from Bruce bueno de Mesquita, November 7, 1991, 3p TLS
a. The Subject of Politics, 18 manuscript pages
29. Postcard to Riker from David Zelman, December 2, 1991
30. Letter to Clark C. Havighurst from Riker, December 4, 1991, 3p TLS
31. Letter to Riker from Dr. Daniela Giannetti, December 29, 1991, 2p TLS
Folder 7: 1992
1. Letter to "Roundtable Participants" from Russ Neuman, January 3, 1992, 1p TLS
a. Proposed Roundtable attached
3. Letter to Riker from Robert Fogel, January 10, 1992, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from Ann N. Crigler, January 31, 1992, 2p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Paul Bernabeo, Editorial Director of the Encyclopedia of the United States Congress, February 10, 1992, 1p TLS
a. List of contributors to the Encyclopedia
b. Agreement between Riker and Encyclopedia
c. Contributors' Manual
d. Letter to Riker from Debra H. Alpern, Editorial Assistant, March 12, 1992
7. Letter to Riker from Bernt Stigum, February 17, 1992, 1p TLS
a. Reply to Stigum from Riker, March 11, 1992
9. Letter to Riker from John B. Gates, February 18, 1992, 1p TLS
a. Reply to Gates from Riker, March 11, 1992, 1p TLS
11. Letter to Riker from Martin S. Kaufman, Atlantic Legal Foundation, Inc, re: Carroll v. Blinken, February 19, 1992, 1p TLS
a. Reply to Martin S. Kaufman, Atlantic Legal Foundation, from Riker March 11, 1992, 1p TLS
13. Letter to Riker from Mark Stern, February 19, 1992, 1p TLS
a. Reply to Mark Stern from Riker, March 11, 1992, 1p TLS
15. Letter to R. V. Dubbs, Registrar, Australian National University, from Riker, March 9, 1992, 1p TLS
16. Note to Riker from Llyod Etheredge, n.d. 2p ALS
a. Attached- letter to the National Academy of Science from Etheredge, March 9, 1992, 13p TLS
18. Letter to Robert Goodin, Division of Politics and Economics, Australian National University, March 9, 1992, 1p TLS
19. Letter to Riker from Walter J. Stone, Editor, Western Political Quarterly, March 10, 1992, 1p TLS
20. Letter to Riker from Bernard Grofman and George Tsebelis, March 20, 1992, 1p TLS
a. Enclosed--Agenda for Conference on Rational choice Approaches to Comparative Politics, Confirmation form, and Riker's manuscript reply that he cannot attend.
22. Letter to Manager of Monteleone Hotel, New Orleans, LA, from Riker, March 23, 1992, 1p TLS
23. Letter to Riker from Norman Schofield, March 30, 1992, 1p TLS
24. Letter to Riker from George J. Graham, Jr, April 3, 1992, 2p TLS
25. Letter to Glenn Utter from Riker, April 6, 1992, 2p TLS
26. Facsimile Transmission from the National Taxpayers Union to Riker, May 27, 1992, 7p
a. Riker's reply, May 28, 1992, 1p.
b. Reply to Riker, May 28, 1992, 1p
28. Letter to Valerie Bunce from David L. Weimer, May 30, 1992, 1p TL
29. Letter to Lynda Lee Kaid from Riker, June 24, 1992, 1p TLS
30. Letter to Anne Johnston from Riker, June 24, 1992, 1p TLS
31. Letter to Jack Knight from Riker, June 24, 1992, 1p TLS
32. Letter to Dick ?? from Richard Rosett, July 1, 1992, 1p TL
33. Letter to Zachary Ronik from Riker, July 2, 1992, 1p TLS
34. Letter to Yoram Barzel from Riker, July 18, 1992, 3p TL
35. Letter to Riker from Fred Kaiser, July 27, 1992, 2p ALS
36. Letter to Riker from Yoram Barzel, July 30, 1992, 1p TLS
37. Letter to Riker from John Wilkerson, July 31, 1992, 2p TLS
38. Letter to Riker from Arid Underdal, August 2, 1992 1p TLS
a. Letter to Riker from Underdal, November 11, 1992, 1p TLS attached
40. Letter to Riker from Bill [?], August 19, 1992
41. Letter to Riker from Steve [Brams], August 21, 1992, 1p TLS
42. Letter To Riker from Mancur Olson, September 8, 1992, 1p TLS
43. Letter to Riker from Doris A. Graber, Editor, Political Communication, September 18, 1992, 1p TLS
44. Letter to Riker and Weimer from Brendan Kiernan, September 19, 1992, 1p TLS
a. 3-page Table of Contents attached
46. Letter to Mark K. Johnson from Riker, September 29, 1992, 1p TLS
47. Letter to Sidney Verba from Robert Keohane, September 22, 1992, 4p TLS
a. Letter to Robert Keohane from Bruce Bueno de Mesquita, October 4, 1992, 9p TL (copy sent to Riker also)
b. Copy of letter in Response to Bueno de Mesquita's letter to Keohane, October 14, 1992, 6p TL, sent to Sidney Verba and Keohane.
49. Letter to Riker from Doris Graber, October 12, 1992, 1p TLS
50. Letter to Riker from Thomas H. Hammond, October 29, 1992, 1p TLS
a. Attached notes
52. Letter to Arnold Underdal from Riker, November 11, 1992, 1p ALS
53. Letter to Riker from Jeanne Ferris re: The Encyclopedia of Democracy, November 17, 1992, 1p TLS
a. Letter enclosed from Seymour Martin Lipset, Fall 1992
b. Agreement between Riker and Congressional Quarterly
55. Letter to Participants in the Easton Volume from Kristen Monroe, December 4, 1992, 1p TLS
56. Letter to Friends and Colleagues from Mat and Greg, University of California, December 4, 1992 (copy) 1p TL
57. Letter to Riker from Bernie [Grofman], December 21, 1992, 1p TLS
Folder 8: 1993
1. Letter to Riker from Elinor Ostrom, January 14, 1993, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Tom G. Palmer, January 21, 1993, 2p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from Joel Conarroe, February 8, 1993, 2p TLS
a. Reply to Conarroe from Riker, March 1, 1993, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Scott A. Bruckner, February 23, 1993, 1p TLS
6. Letter to Soong Hoon Kil from Riker, February 26, 1993, 1p TLS
7. Letter to Riker from Joel Conarroe, march 4, 1993, 1p TLS
8. Letter to Riker from David Pfeiffer, March 22, 1993, 1p TLS
9. Postcard to Riker from Joseph M. Colomer, April 15, 1993, ALS
Folder 9: n.d.
1. Letter to Riker from Kenneth Shepsle, 1p ALS
2. The Graduate Alliance Survey
3. Letter to Riker from J.A. Laponce, 1p TL
4. Letter to Riker from Jack Kampmeier, 1p ALS
5. Letter to Riker from Bill Mitchell, April 3, 1p TLS
6. model description, 2p
7. invitation to the inauguration of Lucius Barker as the President of the American Political Science association
8. List of state voting
9. Letter to Riker from John Wilkerson, 2p TL
10. Letter to Professor Graber from S (Riker), 2p ALS
11. Letter to John Kovel from Riker, 1p ALS (copy)
12. Letter to Riker from Jer?, January 3, 1p ALS
13. Letter to Riker from Andy Rutten, December 1?, 19(83?), 1p ALS
14. Letter to Riker from The Monteleone Hotel, 1p TL
15. Letter to Riker from Fred Frohock, 1p ALS
16. Letter to Riker from D.A. Miller, 1p TLS
17. Letter to Riker from John Braeman, August 4, 1p T/ALS
18. Letter to Riker from Rich (on Eric Hanushek's paper), October 5, 1p ALS
Box 3: Zoning Project Correspondence (arranged chronologically)
Folder 1: 1970 Correspondence
Folder 2: 1971 Correspondence
Folder 3: 1972 Correspondence
Folder 4: 1973 Correspondence
Folder 5: 1974 Reports
Folder 5a: 1974 Reports
Folder 5b: 1974, Correspondence
Folder 6: 1974 Correspondence continued
Folder 7: 1975 Correspondence concerning The Effects of Zoning and Externalties on the Prices of Land in Monroe County, New York
1. Letter from George J. Stigler, Editor of the Journal of Political Economy, University of Chicago, to Richard Rosett, November 10, 1975, TLS, 2p.
Comments enclosed
Letter from Richard Rosett to William Riker, November 12, 1975, TLS, 1p.
Letter from Steven Maser to Riker, December 15, 1975, TLS, 1p.
Folder 8: 1976 Correspondence
1. Letter from Steven Maser to Riker, March 4, 1976, TLS, 1p.
2. Letter from Steven Maser to Riker, April 19, 1976, TLS, 1p.
Folder 9: 1977 Correspondence
1. Letter to Craig V.D. Thornton from Riker, September 13, 1977, 1p TL
Box 4: Correspondence mainly about publishing Democracy in the United States
Folder 1: Correspondence 1951 (Prentice Hall, Inc)
1. Letter to Riker from William A. Pullin, Assistant Vice President, Prentice Hall, July 3, 1951, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Pullin, September 28, 1951, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from Pullin, October 8, 1951, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from Pullin, October 9, 1951, 2p TLS
a. Reviews of Manuscript, 3p attached
6. Agreement between Riker and Prentice Hall, November 13, 1951, 3p
7. Letter to Riker from Pullin, November 19, 1951, 1p TLS
a. 2 Copyright cards attached
9. Letter to Riker from Pullin, November 20, 1951, 1p TLS
a. Carbon of November 19 letter attached
b. Carbon of letter to Mr. Ben H. Riker (Riker's father) from Pulling, November 20, 1951, 1p TL
11. Letter to Riker from Pullin, November 27, 1951, 1p TLS
12. Letter to Pullin from Riker, December 26, 1951, 1p TL
13. Review of the manuscript, n.d.
Folder 2: Correspondence 1952 (Prentice Hall, Inc. and Macmillan)
1. Letter to Riker from William A. Pullin, Assistant Vice President, Prentice-Hall, Inc., January 3, 1952, 2p TLS
a. Textbook Permission Form Attached
3. Letter to Riker from Pullin, January 10, 1952, 2p TLS
4. Letter to Pullin from Riker, January 17, 1952, 3p TL
5. Letter to Riker from Paul Sciortino, Secretary to Mr. Pullin, January 25, 1952, 1p TLS
6. Letter to Riker from Regina MacDonald, Secretary to Mr. Pullin, March 28, 1952, 1p TLS
7. Letter to Riker from MacDonald, April 18, 1952, 1p TLS
8. Letter to Riker from MacDonald, June 10, 1952, 1p TLS
a. Review of Manuscript, n.d.
10. Letter to Pullin fro Riker, June 12, 1952, 2p TLS
11. Letter to Riker from MacDonald, June 13, 1952, 1p TLS
12. Letter to Riker from Pullin, June 23, 1952, 1p TLS
13. Letter to Pullin from Riker, June 28, 1952, 1p TLS
14. Letter to Riker from Pullin, July 1, 1952, 2p TLS
15. Detailed Comments, Riker's Democracy in the United States, July 1, 1952, 6p
16. Letter to Pullin from Riker, July 7, 1952, 1p TL
17. Letter to J. Randall Williams, Manager, Trade Department, The Macmillan Company, July 7, 1952, 1p TL
18. Letter to Riker from Pullin, July 8, 1952, 1p TLS
19. Letter to Riker from R. L. De Wilton, Assistant Editor in Chief, the Macmillan Company, July 16, 1952, 1p TLS
20. Letter to Riker from Charles D. Anderson, Editor, September 22, 1952, 2p TLS
21. Reply to Anderson from Riker, September 26, 1952, 4p TLS
a. Copy of letter
23. Letter to Riker from Anderson, October 30, 1952, 2p TLS
24. Letter to Anderson from Riker, October 31, 1952, 1p TL
25. Review of Riker's Manuscript by Erwin W. Bard, November 13, 1952, 2p TL
26. Letter to Riker from Elizabeth A. Geiser, Promotion and Advertising, The Macmillan Company, November 14, 1952, 1p TLS
27. Letter to Pullin from Riker, November 14, 1952, 1p TL
28. Letter to Riker from MacDonald, November 17, 1952, 1p TLS
29. Letter to Riker from Homer H. Benton, November 22, 1952, 3p TLS
Folder 3: Correspondence 1952 continued
1. Letter to Riker from F. T. Sutphen, November 24, 1952, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Harry Cloudman, Associate Editor, November 26, 1952 1p TLS
3. Letter to Henry Holt and Company, Inc from Riker, November 26, 1952, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from Henry McCurdy, Executive Editor of Macmillan, November 26, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Charles C. Cunningham, November 28, 1952, 2p TLS
6. Letter to Oxford University Press from Riker, November 29, 1952, 2p TL
7. Letter to Elizabeth A. Geiser from Riker, November 29, 1952, 1p TL
8. Letter to Riker from Marie Lanning, December 3, 1952
a. Letter from Riker to Rinehart and Company, November 26, 1952, 1p TL attached
10. Letter to Henry McCurdy from Riker, December 3, 1952, 1p TL
11. Letter to Bill [Riker] from Harry [Cloudman], December 3, 1952, 2p ALS
12. Letter to Riker from B. Spicer (?), December 5, 1952, 1p TLS
a. Letter to Riker from B. Spicer, December 31, 1952, 1p TLS attached
14. Letter to Riker from William A. Pullin, December 8, 1952, 1p TLS
15. Letter to Harry Cloudman from Riker, December 8, 1952, 6p TL
16. Letter to Harry Cloudman from Riker, December 9, 1952, 5p TL
17. Letter to Riker from Phyllis Bausher, December 10, 1952, 1p TLS
a. Letter to Charles Scribner's Sons from Riker, November 28, 1952, 2p TL attached
19. Letter to Riker from Henriette Doniger, December 11, 1952, 1p TLS
20. Letter to Pullin from Riker, December 11, 1952 1p TL
a. Copy of release agreement, signed by Riker, attached
22. Letter to Riker from McCurdy, December 11, 1952, 1p TLS
23. Letter to Riker from Cloudman, December 15, 1952, 1p TLS
24. Letter to P. J. Spicer from Riker, December 22, 1952, 1p TL
25. Letter to Riker from Henriette Doniger, December 22, 1952, 1p TLS
26. Letter to Riker from Howard. M. Warrington, Vice-President, Prentice-Hall, Inc., December 22, 1952, 1p TLS
a. Copy of Termination of Agreement
28. Letter to Riker from Cloudman, December 24, 1952, 2p TLS
29. Letter to Riker from Doniger, December 30, 1952, 1p TLS
30. Check made out to William Riker for $20 from Clarendon Press, Oxford, December 30, 1952
31. Letter to William B. Harvey from Riker, December 31, 1952, 2p TL
Folder 4: Correspondence January 1953 (Macmillan)
1. Letter to Riker from William B. Harvey, January 5, 1953, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Henriette Doniger from Riker, January 5, 1953, 2p TL
3. Letter to Riker from Elizabeth Geiser, January 7, 1953, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from Harry [Cloudman], January 7, 1953, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Harry [Cloudman], January 7, 1953, 2p TLS
6. Letter to Riker from Doniger, January 8, 1953, 2p TLS
7. Letter to Doniger from Riker, January 10, 1953, 2p TLS
8. Letter to Cloudman from Riker, January 10, 1953, 2p TLS
9. Letter to Harvey from Riker, January 10, 1963, 1p TLS
10. Letter to Doniger from Riker, January 13, 1953, 2p TL
11. Letter to Cloudman from Riker, January 13, 1953, 1p TL
12. Letter to Riker from Cloudman, January 13, 1953, 1p TLS
13. Letter to Riker from Doniger, January 13, 1953, 2p TLS
14. Letter to Riker from Geiser, January 13, 1953, 1p TLS
15. Letter to Doniger from Riker, January 15, 1953, 1p TLS
16. Letter to Geiser from Riker, January 15, 1953, 1p TLS
17. Letter to Cloudman from Riker, January 15, 1953, 3p TLS
18. Preface to Democracy in the United States, 3p typescript
19. Letter to Riker from Doniger, January 20, 1953, 1p TLS
20. Letter to Riker from Geiser, January 21, 1953, 1p TLS
21. Letter to Riker from Cloudman, January 21, 1953, 1p TLS
22. Letter to Doniger from Riker, January 27, 1953, 2p TL
23. Letter to Riker from Cloudman, January 27, 1953, 1p TLS
a. Letter to Harvey from Don M. Muchmore, January 20, 1953, 1p TLS attached
25. Letter to Riker from Doniger, January 29, 1953, 1p TLS
26. Letter to Cloudman from Riker, January 29, 1953, 1p TL
Folder 5: Correspondence re: Democracy in the United States, February-March 1953
1. Letter to Charles Cherington from Riker, February 3, 1953, 2p TL
2. Letter to Riker from Doniger, February 10, 1953, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from Geiser, February 11, 1953, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Geiser from Riker, February 21, 1953, 1p TL
5. Letter to Riker from Cloudman, February 25, 1953, 1p TLS
6. Letter to Riker from Geiser, February 27, 1953, 1p TLS
7. Letter to Riker from Henriette Doniger-Hoffman, February 27, 1953, 1p TLS
8. Letter to Hoffman from Riker, March 2, 1953, 1p TL
9. Letter to Riker from Virginia H. Patterson, March 6, 1953, 1p TLS
a. Press list
11. Letter to Riker from Hoffman, March 8, 1953, 1p TLS
12. Letter to Riker from Charles Anderson, March 11, 1953, 1p TLS
13. Letter to Riker from Mary S. Thompson (assistant to Mrs. Patterson), Friday, ??, 1p TLS
14. Letter to Patterson from Riker, March 12, 1953, 2p TLS
15. Letter to Cloudman from Riker, March 14, 1953, 1p TL0
16. Copyright permission sheet
17. Letter to Riker from Frederick C. Irion, March 10, 1953, 1p TLS
18. Letter to Riker from Bob?, March 12, 1953, ALS
19. Letter to Riker from John. C. Wahlke, March 13, 1953, 1p TLS
20. Letter to Irion from Riker, March 14, 1953, 1p TLS
21. Letter to Riker from Robert E. Lane, March 14, 1953, 1p TLS
22. Letter to Bob? from Riker, March 16, 1953, 2p TL
23. Letter to Riker from "___", March 17, 1953, 1p ALS
24. Letter to Riker from Harry [Cloudman], March 17, 1953, 1p ALS
25. Letter to Riker from Clinton Rossiter, March 18, 1953, 1p TLS
26. Letter to Riker from Virginia Patterson, March 20, 1953, 1p TLS
27. Letter to "Bob" from Riker, March 21, 1953, 1p TL
28. Letter to Carl J. Friedrich from Riker, March 25, 1953, 1p TL
29. Letter to "John" from Riker, March 25, 1953, 1p TL
30. Letter to Clinton Rossiter, March 25, 1955, 1p TL (two drafts)
Folder 6: Correspondence re: Democracy in the United States, April-May 1953
1. Letter to Riker from "___" (Duke University), April 4, 1953, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Carlton F. Wells, April 6, 1953, 1p ALS
3. Letter to Riker from Dave (University of Chicago) April 9, 1953, 2p ALS
4. Letter to Riker from Charles R. Adrian, April 9, 1953, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Adrian from Riker, April 11, 1953, 1p TL
6. Letter to Wells from Riker, April 11, 1953, 1p TL
7. Letter to Harry Cloudman from Riker, April 11, 1953, 2p TL (carbon)
8. Letter to Riker from "___", April 12, 1952, 7p AL (looks like pages missing at end)
9. Letter to Riker from Stanley W. Walker, April 14, 1953, 2p ALS
10. Letter to Riker from Stanley W. Walker, April 16, 1958, 1p ALS
11. Letter to Riker from Harry (Cloudman?), April 15, 1953, 1p TLS
12. Letter to Harry Cloudman from Riker, April 16, 1953, 1p TL (carbon)
13. Letter to Riker from Larry Radway, April 30, 1p ALS
14. Letter to Riker from Harry Cloudman, May 11, 1953, 1p TLS
15. Letter to Riker from Elizabeth A. Geiser, May 22, 1953, 1p TLS
16. Letter to Riker from John Donovan, May 23, 1953, 1p TLS
17. Review of Riker by Richard L. Neuberger, May 24, 1953, 1p T
18. Review of Riker by Donald Derby, n.d., 1p T
19. Letter to Riker from A.M. Schlesinger, June 4, 1953, 1p TLS
20. Letter to Riker from Albert F. Brennan, June 6, 1953, 2p TLS
21. Letter to Riker from Harry (Cloudman), June 8, 1953, 1p TLS
22. Letter to Harry Cloudman from Riker, June 10, 1953, 2p TL (carbon)
23. Letter to Arthur Schlesinger from Riker, June 12, 1953, 2p TL (carbon)
24. Letter to John Donovan from Riker, June 12, 1953, 1p TL (carbon)
25. Letter to Albert Brennan from Riker, June 12, 1953, 1p TL (carbon)
26. Letter to Riker from F.T. Sutphen, July 24, 1953, 1p TLS (with 1p attachment)
27. Letter to Riker from Albert Brennan, June 28, 1953, 1p ALS
28. Letter to Riker from Harry (Cloudman), August 19, 1953, 1p ALS
29. Letter to Riker from Elizabeth Geiser, October 15, 1953, 1p TLS
30. Letter to Riker from Elizabeth Geiser, November 12, 1953, 1p TLS
31. Letter to Riker from Harry Cloudman, November 20, 1953, 1p TLS
32. Letter to Riker from Harry Cloudman, November 30, 1953, 1p TLS
33. Exam on Riker's book for McClelland
34. Letter to Riker from Carroll C. Hall, December 28, 1953, 2p TLS
35. Letter to Riker from "___", n.d., 1p ALS
36. Letter to Riker from Hicks, n.d., 1p ALS (on magazine cutout of Riker's book)
Folder 7: Correspondence 1954-1957
1. Letter to Carroll Hall from Riker, January 4, 1954, 1p TL (carbon)
2. Letter to William Pullin from Riker, January 4, 1954, 1p TL (carbon)
3. Letter to Riker from F.T. Sutphen, January 5, 1954, 1p TLS
4. Letter to John J. Kennedy from Riker, January 8, 1954, 1p TL (carbon)
5. Letter to F.T. Sutphen from Riker, January 8, 1954, 1p TL (carbon)
6. Letter to Riker from John Kennedy, January 21, 1954, 1p TLS
7. Letter to Riker from Charles McCoy, January 26, 1954, 1p TLS
8. Letter to Charles McCoy from Riker, February 12, 1954, 1p TL (carbon)
9. Letter to Riker from Elizabeth Geiser, March 1, 1954, 1p TLS
10. Letter to Riker from Harry Cloudman, March 10, 1954, 1p TLS
11. Letter to Harry Cloudman from Riker, March 11, 1954, 1p TL (carbon)
12. Letter to Elizabeth Geiser from Riker, March 11, 1954, 1p TL (carbon)
13. Letter to Harry Cloudman from Riker, July 17, 1954, 1p TLS (carbon)
14. Letter to Riker from Harry (Cloudman), July 19, 1954, 1p ALS
15. Letter to Riker from Henry McCurdy, July 22, 1954, 1p ALS
16. Letter from Henry Cloudman to Riker, August 11, 1954, 1p TLS
17. Letter to Riker from Edward Cain, October 20, 1954, 1p TLS
18. Letter to Riker from Harry Cloudman, December 21, 1954, 1p TLS (letter from Majory Smith attached)
19. Letter to Sirs from Majory B. Smith, December 15, 1954, 1p TL (carbon, attached to above)
20. Letter to Harry Cloudman from Riker, January 12, 1955, 1p TL (carbon)
21. List of book orders for Democracy in the United States for different colleges, 2p
22. Letter to Riker from Henry McCurdy, March 30, 1955, 1p TLS
23. Letter to Riker from Joy Dorothy, April 22, 1955, 1p TLS
24. Letter to Riker from Henry McCurdy, May 12, 1955, 1p TLS
25. Letter to Riker from Henry McCurdy, July 27, 1955, 1p TLS
26. Letter to W.V. Connell from McCurdy, July 27, 1955, 1p TL (carbon)
27. Letter to Riker from F.T. Sutphen, October 7, 1955, 1p TLS
28. Letter to Riker from Henry McCurdy, October 18, 1955, 1p TLS
29. Letter to Riker from Franklin Burdette, November 18, 1955, 1p TLS (Congressional Record attached)
30. Letter to Franklin Burdette from Riker, December 11, 1955, 1p TL (carbon)
31. Letter to Franklin Burdette from Riker, December 11, 1955, 1p TLS (carbon)
32. Letter to Roger Howley from Riker, July 17, 1956, 1p TL (carbon)
33. Letter to Shirley Benoit from Riker?, July 17, 1956, 1p TL (carbon)
34. Letter to Riker from Roger Howley, July 20, 1956, 1p TLS
35. Letter to Shirley Benoit from Riker, August 21, 1956, 2p TL (carbon)
36. Letter to Riker from Roger Howley, July 13, 1956, 1p TLS
37. Letter to Riker from Willem van Vliet, July 31, 1956, 1p TLS
38. Letter to Markus-Berlags-Gesselschaft from Riker, August 6, 1956, 2p TL (carbon)
39. Letter to Riker from Willem van Vliet, August 10, 1956, 1p TLS
40. Letter to Willem van Vliet from Riker, August 21, 1956, 1p TL (carbon)
41. Letter to Riker from Willem van Vliet, September 5, 1956, 1p TLS
42. Letter to Riker from Helmut Bohn, September 15, 1956, 1p TLS
43. Letter to Riker from Willem van Vliet, October 18, 1956, 2p TLS (also with Riker's signature dated October 26, 1956)
44. Letter to Riker from Jane Humphrey, November 21, 1956, 1p TLS (French newspaper clipping attached)
45. Letter to Riker from Edward Cain, March 3, 1958, 1p ALS
46. Letter to Riker from H.B. McCurdy, May 22, 1957, 1p TLS
47. Letter to Riker from James Meader, June 18, 1958, 1p TLS
48. Letter to James Meader form Riker, June 30, 1958, 1p TL (carbon)
49. Letter to Riker from H. Mason, September 13, 1956, (newspaper clippings)
50. Letter to Shirley Benoit from Riker, October 22, 1956, 1p TL (carbon)
51. Letter to Riker from Jacqueline A. Clark, November 13, 1957, 1p TLS
52. Letter to Jacqueline Clark from Riker, November 14, 1957, 1p TL (carbon)
53. Letter to Riker from Jacqueline Clark, November 20, 1957, 1p TLS
Folder 8: Publicity and News Paper clippings
Folder 9: Royalty Accounts from Macmillan
Box 5: Duncan Black Correspondence
Folder 1: Correspondence re: Duncan Black, 1961-1992
1. Letter to Avery Leiserson from Riker, January 31, 1961, 2p TL (with copy)
2. Letter to Duncan Black from Riker, February 16, 1961, 1p TL (with copy)
3. Letter to Riker from Duncan Black, March 13, 1961, 2p TLS (with copy)
4. Letter to Riker from Duncan Black, May 14, 1962, 1p TLS (with copy)
5. Letter to Thomas Mann from Duncan Black, October 7, 1983, 2p (copy)
6. Arrow's Work and the Normative Theory of Committees by Duncan Black, March 27, 1972 (2 copies)
7. Letter to Riker from Albert Weale, March 17, 1987, 1p TLS
8. Letter to Riker from Iain McLean, March 18, 1987, 1p ALS
9. Letter to Albert Weale from Riker, April 7, 1987, 1p TL (copy)
10. Letter to Iain McLean from Riker, April 7, 1987, 1p TL (copy)
11. Letter to John Kaminski from Riker, June 30, 1987, 1p TL
12. Letter to Jack Rakove from Riker, June 30, 1987, 1p TL
13. Letter to Riker from Albert Weale, July 14, 1987, 1p ALS
14. Letter to Riker from Robert Goodin, July 21, 1987, 1p TLS
a. Letter to Iain McLean from Riker, July 28, 1987, 1p TL
b. Letter to Robert Goodin from Riker, July 29, 1987, 1p TL
16. Letter to Bjorn Stefansson from Riker, July 27, 1988, 1p TL
17. Letter to Iain McLean from Riker, September 22, 1988, 1p TL
18. Letter to Riker from Iain McLean, August 25, 1988, 1p TLS
a. The Borda and Condorcet Principles: Three Medieval Applications
20. Letter to Riker from Zachary Rolnik, June 22, 1992, 1p TLS
21. Letter to Iain McLean from Kenneth Arrow, July 7, 1992, 2p TLS
22. Letter to Riker from Iain McLean, July 16, 1992, 1p TLS
23. Letter to Riker from Zachary Rolnik, April 2, 1991, 2p TLS
a. Letter to Zachary Rolnik from John Pitts, January 24, 1991, 1p TLS
b. Letter to Zachary Rolnik from Duncan Black, September 19, 1986, 2p ALS
25. Letter to Riker and Charles Phelps from Gunta Liders, April 17, 1991, 1p TLS
a. agreement draft
27. Letter to Riker from Rick Hanushek, April 22, 1991, 1p TL
a. chart attached
29. In Memoriam: Duncan Black (1908-91)
30. Press Release about the Duncan Black Prize
Folder 2: Papers by Duncan Black
1. Letter to Martin Gardner from Riker, August 1, 1963, 2p TL (with corrections and math on back)
2. Theory of Committees: Note 3
3. Handwritten notes
4. Lewis Carroll and the Theory of Games by Duncan Black in The American Economic Review, May 1969 (5 copies)
5. Rivista Di Diritto Finanziario E Scienza Delle Finanze by Benvenuto Griziotti, 1959.
6. The Theory of Committees and Elections by Duncan Black, 1958.
7. On Arrow's Impossibility Theorem by Duncan Black from the Journal of Law and Economics, Oct 1969 (4 copies)
Folder 3: Miscellaneous notes and papers by Duncan Black
1. Arrow's Work and the Normative Theory of Committees by Duncan Black, March 27, 1972 (copy)
2. Some Theorems on Committees and the transitive Property by Duncan Black, December 1962.
3. Lewis Carroll's Theorem on Political Parties by Duncan Black
4. Lewis Carroll and the Cambridge Mathematical School of P.R.; Arthur Cohen and Edith Denman by Duncan Black (after 1968)
5. The Principles of Parliamentary Representation by Charles Dodgson, 1884.
6. Miscellaneous notes and chapters
Folder 4: Miscellaneous notes and papers by Duncan Black
1. Miscellaneous notes and chapters
Folder 5: Miscellaneous notes and papers by Duncan Black
1. Miscellaneous notes and chapters
Box 6: Weighted Voting
Folder 1: Correspondence re: Weighted voting
1. Letter to Lloyd Shapley from Riker, August 8, 1963, 1p TL
2. Letter to Paul Alexander, Jr. from Charles Sandman, Jr., December 10, 1964, 1p TLS (proposed rule attached)
3. Letter to David Truman from Riker, December 14, 1964, 1p TL
4. Letter to Editor of The New York Times from Riker, December 14, 1964, 1p TL
5. Letter to the Editor of The New York Times from Riker, December 14, 1964, 3p TL
6. Letter to the Editor of The New York Times from Riker, December 14, 1964, 3p TLS (copy)
7. Letter to Bob from Riker, December 15, 1964, 1p TLS
8. Letter to Riker from Louise P. Huger, December 17, 1964, 1p TLS
9. Letter to Riker from Harvey Goldschmid, February 25, 1965, 1p TLS
10. Letter to Harvey Goldschmid from Riker, March 10, 1965, 1p TL
11. Letter to Riker from Howard Ganz, April 7, 1965, 1p TLS
12. Schedule from the 1965 Annual Meeting of the New York State Political Science Association
13. Letter to Howard Ganz from Riker, April 23, 1965, 2p TL
14. Letter to Riker from Howard Ganz, April 28, 1965, 1p TLS
15. Letter to Riker from H. Bolton Finn III, May 13, 1965, 2p TLS
16. Letter to Riker from Joel Feinberg, May 18, 1965, 1p TLS
17. Letter to Joel Feinberg from Riker, May 26, 1965, 1p TL
18. Pamphlet on the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy
19. Letter from the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy with membership list attached
20. Letter to Riker from Joel Feinberg, May 31, 1965, 1p TLS
21. Letter to Riker from John Banzhaf III, July 12, 1965, 1p TLS (minutes of court case attached)
22. Letter to Riker from Joel Feinber, July 21, 1965, 1p TLS
23. Instruction sheet for contributors to NOMOS, August 12, 1965
24. Letter to Riker from Joel Feinberg, September 9, 1965, 1p TLS (with program for ASPLP attached)
25. Letter to Riker from John Banzhaf III, 1p ALS (notes written on back)
26. New York Times clipping from December 13, 1966: Districting Plan Backed in Nassau (portion bracketed)
27. Letter to Riker from J. Roland Pennock, February 9, 1966, 1p TLS
28. Letter to J. Roland Pennock from Riker, March 8, 1966, 1p TL
29. Letter to Riker from Lloyd Shapley, February 21, 1966, 1p TLS
30. Letter to Lloyd Shapley from Riker, February 25, 1966, 1p TL
31. Letter to Lloyd Shapley from Riker, March 7, 1966, 1p TL
32. Letter to Riker from J. Roland Pennock, March 14, 1966, 1p TLS
33. Letter to Riker from Lloyd Shapley, March 21, 1966, 1p TLS
34. Letter to Riker from J. Roland Pennock, January 13, 1967, 2p TLS
35. Letter to J. Roland Pennock from Riker, January 25, 1967, 5p TL
36. Letter to Riker from J. Roland Pennock, February 9, 1967, 2p TLS
37. Letter to J. Roland Pennock from Riker, February 14, 1967, 1p TL
38. Letter to Riker from Lloyd Shapley, April 20, 1971, 1p TLS (article and statistical data attached)
Folder 2: Weighted voting misc.
1. Letter to Riker from John Banzhaf III, 2p TLS (handwritten notes on last page)
2. Affidavit of William H. Riker
3. Brief of Respondent Council of City of Richester in Opposition to Petition
4. Is Weighted Voting Fair? by William H. Riker (3 copies with notes/corrections)
5. Handwritten notes
6. Letters to Riker proving the falseness of a conjecture
7. Motion for Leave to File Complaint, Complaint, and Brief of US Supreme Court State of Delaware v. State of New York, et al.
8. United States District Court Memorandum in Support of Motion of Eugene H. Nickerson and in Opposition to Motion of John P. Lomenzo and Louis J. Lefkowitz
9. Elements of Valid Apportionment by Milton Alpert, 1965
10. State of New York Report to Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller by the Citizens' Committee on Reapportionment, December 1, 1964
11. The Effects of The Federal Reapportionment Decisions on Counties and Other Forms of Municipal Government by Jack Weinstein
12. The Power Index, Reapportionment, and the Principle of One Man, One Vote by Samuel Krislov, June 1965.
13. Values of Large Games,VI: Evaluating the Electoral College Exactly by Irwin Mann and L.S. Shapley, May 1962.
Box 7: General Correspondence grouped according to subject
Folder 1: Correspondence re: Rockefeller Foundation, 1948-1959
1. Letter to Kenneth Thompson from Riker, February 12, 1948, 1p ALS
2. Letter to Riker from John Stewart, April 11, 1955, 1p TLS
3. Letter to John Stewart from Douglas Knight, April 16, 1955, 1p TL (copy)
4. Essay sent to Guggenheim and Rockefeller foundations
5. Letter to John Stewart from Riker, May 7, 1955, 1p TL
6. Letter to John Stewart from Riker, October 8, 1956, 3p TL
7. Letter to Riker from Beatrice?, October 15, 1956, 1p TLS
8. Letter to Riker from Kenneth Thompson, November 26, 1956, 1p TLS
9. Letter to Riker from Kenneth Thompson, February 25, 1957, 1p TLS
10. Letter to Kenneth Thompson from Riker, March 6, 1957, 2p TL
11. Letter to Riker from Kenneth Thompson, March 14, 1957, 1p TLS
12. Letter to Kenneth Thompson from Riker, April 15, 1957, 1p TLS
13. Letter to Kenneth Thompson from Riker, November 14?, 1957, 1p TL
14. Letter to Riker from Kenneth Thompson, November 18, 1957, 1p TLS
15. Legal and Political Philosophy, September 4, 1957, 2p
16. Letter to Kenneth Thompson from Riker, December 6, 1957, 1p TL
17. Letter to Riker from Barbara Conner, December 11, 1957, 1p TLS
18. Letter to Riker from Kenneth Thompson, December 18, 1957, 1p TLS
19. Letter to Riker from Kenneth Thompson, February 16, 1959, 1p TLS
20. Letter to Kenneth Thompson from Riker, September 15, 1959, 1p TL
Folder 2: Correspondence re: Ford Foundation, 1951-1958
1. Letter to Riker from John Weiss, July 10, 1951, 2p TLS
2. Letter to Fund from Riker, August 21, 1956, 1p TL
3. Letter to Riker from Jonathan King, September 17, 1956, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from Mildred Epstein, November 20, 1957, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Paul Ylvisaker, December 18, 1957, 1p TLS
6. Letter to Paul Ylvisaker from Riker, February 12, 1958, 1p ALS
7. Letter to Riker from Paul Ylvisaker, March 12, 1958, 2p AL
Folder 3: Correspondence with the Macmillan Company 1952-1958, mainly about Soldiers of the States
1. Letter to Riker from Edward Litchfield, December 8, 1952, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Executive Director of American Political Science Association from Riker, November 29, 1952, 1p TL (attached to 1)
3. Letter to Harry Cloudman from Riker, January 8, 1953, 2p TL (Prospectus for a series of pamphlets to be sold during the 1956 campaign attached)
4. Prospectus for a series of pamphlets to be sold during the 1956 campaign
5. Letter to Riker from Charles Cuningham, February 9, 1954, 1p TLS
6. Letter to Henry Cloudman from Riker, February 20, 1954, 2p TL
7. Letter to Riker from Harry Cloudman?, February 16, 1954, 1p TLS
8. Letter to Harry Cloudman from Riker, June 18, 1954, 1p TLS (copy)
9. Letter to Riker from Harry Cloudman, June 25, 1954, 1p TLS
10. Letter to Riker from Harry Cloudman, July 14, 1954, 1p TLS
11. Letter to Harry Cloudman from Riker, May 21, 1956, 3p TL
12. Letter to Riker from Harry Cloudman, May 25, 1956, 1p TLS
13. Letter to Riker from S, November 3, 1956, 2p ALS
14. Letter to Harry Cloudman from Riker, January 6, 1957, 3p TL
15. Letter to Riker from Emile Capouya, January 29, 1957, 1p TLS
16. Letter to Harry Cloudman from Riker, January 29, 1957, 1p TLS (copy)
17. Letter to Riker from Harry Cloudman, January 31, 1957, 1p TLS
18. Letter to Harry Cloudman from Riker, January 29, 1958, 2p TL
19. Letter to Riker from Roger Howley, February 3, 1958, 1p TLS
20. Letter to Riker from Roger Howley, April 16, 1958, 1p TLS
21. Letter to Riker from Roger Howley, February 19, 1959, 2p TLS
22. Letter to Roger Howley from Riker, March 2, 1959, 1p TL (copy)
23. Letter to Riker from Roger Howley, June 5, 1959, 1p TLS
24. Political Theory and Political Science Table of Contents (copy)
25. Receipt from Railway Express Agency (attached to 26)
26. Letter to Roger Howley from Riker?, June 17, 1959, 12p AL
27. Letter to Roger Howley from Riker, February 12, 1960, 1p TL (Comments on Political Theory: Science, Philosophy, Ideology attached)
Folder 4: Committee on Public Administration Cases, 1949-1951
1. Letter to W. Scott Payne from Riker, February 19, 1949, 1p TL
2. Letter to Kathryn Arnow from Oliver (?), December 29, 1950, 3p TL
3. Letter to Riker from Kathryn Arnow, January 19, 1951, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from Arnow, January 23, 1951, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Arnow, February 20, 1951, 1p TLS
6. Letter to Riker from Arnow, March 2, 1951, 1p TLS
7. Letter to Riker from Howard Stein, Staff Director, March 23, 1951, 2p TLS
a. Inter-University Case Program
i. Prospectus
ii. Bylaws
iii. Application for Subscription-Membership
Folder 5: 1956-1958: INDEX OF DISHARMONY
1. Letter to Riker from Jack Rhodes, January 6, 1958, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Richard Tislow, November 20, 1957, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from Ronald Schaps?, July 16, 1956, 2p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from Ronald Schaps?, July 30, 1956, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Harvey Mansfield from Riker, August 10, 1956, 1p TL (Disharmony in Federal Government attached, signed by Riker and Schaps)
6. Disharmony in Federal Government with corrections
7. Letter to Riker from Harvey Mansfield, August 15, 1956, 1p TL
8. Letter to Riker from Ron Schaps, August 15, 1956, 2p TLS
9. Letter to Riker from Harvey Mansfield, November 8, 1956, 1p TLS (comments and handwritten letter to Mansfield from etc. attached)
10. Letter to David Easton from Riker, November 12, 1956, 2p TL
11. Letter to Harvey Mansfield from Riker, November 12, 1956, 2p TL
12. Letter to Riker from Harvey Mansfield, November 26, 1956, 2p TLS
13. Letter to David Easton from Riker, December 7, 1956, 2p TL
14. Letter to Riker from James Miller, May 20, 1957, 1p TLS
15. Letter to James Miller from Riker, August 12, 1957, 1p TL
16. Letter to Riker from Bob Lane?, November 20, 1957, 1p ALS
17. Letter to Riker from Ronald Schaps, December 2, 1957, 2p TLS (with check for $10 to Riker from Schaps attached)
18. Letter to Riker from Frederick Fosmire, December 12, 1957, 1p TLS
19. Letter to Riker from Frances Mason, January 3, 1958, 1p TLS
20. Letter to Riker from David Truman, January 12, 1958, 1p TLS
21. Letter to Riker from John Wahlke, January 13, 1958, 1p TLS
22. Letter to Riker from Julius Paul, January 21, 1958, 1p TLS
23. Letter to Riker from Frances Mason, January 31, 1958, 1p TLS
24. Letter to Riker Frances Mason from Riker, February 4, 1958, 1p TL
25. Letter to Gordon Greenwood, February 12, 1958, 1p TLS
26. Letter to David Easton from Riker, February 12, 1958, 1p ALS
27. Letter to K.C. Wheare, February 12, 1958, 1p TL
28. Letter to Arthur MacMahon from Riker, February 12, 1958, 1p TL
29. Letter to Riker from Nathan Pusey, February 19, 1958, 1p TLS
30. Letter to Riker from Kenneth Thompson, February 19, 1958, 1p TLS
31. Letter to Riker from Herbert Denne, February 21, 1958, 1p ALS
32. Letter to Riker from Carl Friedrich, February 25, 1958, 1p TLS
33. Letter to Riker from J. Meyriat, February 24, 1958, 1p TLS (in French)
34. Letter to Jean Meyriat from Riker, March 1, 1958, 1p TL
35. Letter to James Miller from Riker, March 1, 1958, 1p TL
36. Letter to Riker from The Rector, Exeter College, March 1, 1958, 1p TLS
37. Letter to Riker from H.M. Somers, March 5, 1958, 1p TLS
38. Letter to Riker from Pendleton Herring, March 6, 1958, 1p TLS
39. Letter to Riker from S.M. Schlesinger, March 11, 1958, 1p TLS
40. Letter to Riker from James Miller, March 12, 1958, 1p TLS
41. Letter to Riker from J. Meyriat, March 19, 1958, 1p TLS (in French)
42. Letter to Riker from Fred Greenstein, May 12, 1958, 1p TLS
43. Letter to Riker from Donald Matthews, May 20, 1958, 1p TL
44. Letter to Riker from Arthur Macmahon, March 27, 1958, 1p TLS
45. Letter to Riker from Raymond Wolfinger, September 4, 1958, 1p TLS
46. Letter to Riker from Gordon Greenwood, May 29, 1959, 1p TLS
Folder 6: Correspondence to state archivists requesting information on federalism/division of parties, 1958
1. Letter to Leon DeValinger, Jr. from Riker, November 13, 1958, 1p TL
2. Letter to Dorothy Dodd from Riker, 1p TL
3. Letter to Mrs. Dale Thomas from Riker, 1p TL (copy attached)
4. Letter to Morris Radoff from Riker, 1p TL (with handwritten notes)
5. Letter to William Letford from Riker, 1p TL (with handwritten notes)
6. Letter to Ralph Hudson from Riker, 1p TL
7. Letter to Morris Radoff from Riker, 1p TL
8. Letter to W. J. Van Schreeven from Riker, 1p TL
9. Handwritten notes on Virginia, Florida, Oklahoma
10. Letter to Ted Worley from Riker, 1p TL
11. Handwritten notes on Arkansas
12. Letter to Charlotte Capers from Riker, 1p TL
13. Handwritten notes on Mississippi
14. Letter to William Letford from Riker, 1p TL
15. Letter to Mary Bryan from Riker, 1p TL
16. Handwritten notes on Georgia
17. Letter to J. H. Easterby from Riker, 1p TL
18. Handwritten notes on South Carolina
19. Letter to Christopher Crittenden from Riker, 1p TL
20. Handwritten notes on North Carolina
21. Letter to Essae Culver from Riker, 1p TL
22. Letter to Leon deValinger, Jr. from Riker, 1p TL
23. Letter to Doris Connerly from Riker, 1p TL
24. Letter to Charles Hinds from Riker, 2p TL
25. Letter from Riker, 2p TL (with handwritten numbering)
Folder 7: 1957-1966 correspondence re: Paradox
1. Letter to Riker from Harvey Mansfield, June 4, 1957, 1p TL
2. Letter to Riker from Dumas Malone, May 1, 1957, 1p ALS
3. Letter to Dumas Malone from Riker, April 27, 1957, 1p TL
4. Letter to Riker from Dumas Malone, May 27, 1957, 1p TLS (Irrational Behavior in the United States Congress attached)
5. Letter to Harvey Walker from Riker, May 31, 1957, 1p TL
6. Letter to Riker from Harvey Mansfield, October 22, 1957, 2p TLS (comments attached)
7. Miscellaneous figures and discussions
8. Letter to Harvey Mansfield from Riker, November 7, 1957, 1p TL
9. Letter to Riker from Harvey Mansfield, February 17, 1958, 1p TLS
10. Letter to Jean Meyriat from Riker, February 19, 1958, 1p TLS
11. Letter to Riker from Charles Hogan, September 12, 1958, 1p ALS
12. Letter to Riker from Nathan Pusey, October 14, 1958, 1p TLS
13. Letter to Riker from Kenneth Arrow, October 29, 1958, 1p TLS
14. Letter to Riker from Henry Reuss, November 3, 1958, 1p TLS
15. Letter to Riker from Arthur Maass, November 18, 1958, 1p TLS
16. Letter to Riker from Clarence Brown, January 2, 1959, 1p TLS
17. Letter to Riker from Herman Talmadge, January 2, 1959, 1p TLS
18. Letter to Riker from Richard Bolling, January 2, 1959, 1p TLS
19. Letter to Riker from Gordon Harrison, January 5, 1959, 1p TLS
20. Letter to Riker from Thomas Hennings, Jr., January 6, 1959, 1p TLS
21. Letter to Riker from John Cooper, January 7, 1959, 1p TLS
22. Letter to Riker from Floyd Riddick, January 9, 1959, 1p TLS
23. Letter to Riker from Jacob Javits, January 9, 1959, 1p TLS
24. Letter to Riker from Clifford Case, January 28, 1959, 1p TLS
25. Letter to Riker from T.M. Carruthers, February 4, 1959, 1p TLS
26. Letter to Riker from Ed Pindblo?, March 23, 1959, 1p TLS
27. Letter to Riker from Kenneth May, March 25, 1959, 1p TLS
28. Letter to Riker from Glen, July 18, 1962, 4p TLS
29. Letter to Glen from Riker, June 28, 1962, 4p ALS (attached to bb)
30. Letter to Riker from Paul Minton, August 18, 1965, 1p TLS (abstract attached)
31. Letter to Harvey Mansfield from Riker, August 27, 1965, 2p TL
32. Letter to Riker from Gerald Garvey, October 28, 1965, 2p TLS
33. Letter to Riker from J. H.B. Kemperman, November 3, 1965, 2p TLS
34. Letter to Gladwin Hill from Riker, March 22, 1966, 1p TL
35. Letter to Riker from Gladwin Hill, March 30, 1966, 1p TLS
36. Letter to Gladwin Hill from Riker, April 7, 1966, 2p TL
37. Letter to Richard Bergholz from Riker, April 7, 1966, 1p TL (clipping from March 20, 1966 attached)
Folder 8: Correspondence re: Brookings Institute, 1960s
1. Letter to Riker from George Graham, October 31, 1960, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Harvey Mansfield from George Graham, October 31, 1960, 1p TL (attached to a)
3. Letter to Harvey Mansfield from Riker, November 5, 1960, 3p TL (handwritten notes)
4. Letter to Riker from Harvey Mansfield, November 9, 1960, 2p TLS
5. Letter to Harvey Mansfield from Riker, November 13, 1960, 1p TL
6. Letter to George Graham from Riker, November 13, 1960, 1p TL (2 copies)
7. Letter to Harvey Mansfield from Riker, November 13, 1960, 1p TL
8. Letter to Riker from Harvey Mansfield, November 16, 1960, 4p ALS
9. Letter to Harvey Mansfield from George Graham, November 14, 1960, 1p TL (copy, attached to h)
10. Letter to Harvey Mansfield from Avery Leiserson?, November 7, 1960, 1p ALS (copy, attached to h)
11. Letter to the editor from Riker, November 13, 1960, 1p TL (copy)
12. Letter to Riker from George Graham, December 1, 1960, 2p TLS
13. Letter to Riker Harvey Mansfield from Riker, December 27, 1960, 1p ALS
14. Letter to Riker from Harvey Mansfield, December 28, 1960?, 2p ALS
15. Letter to Harvey Mansfield from Riker, December 30, 1960, 1p ALS
16. Letter to Harvey Mansfield from Riker, January 31, 1961, 2p ALS
17. Letter from Riker?, 5p AL
Folder 9: Gordon Tullock Correspondence, 1964-1965
1. Letter to Howard Hines from Gordon Tullock, October 28, 1963, 1p TL (copy)
2. Letter to Gordon Tullock from Howard Hines, October 29, 1963, 1p TLS (copy)
3. Letter to Harsanyi, Ostrom, McKean, Banfield, Riker from Gordon Tullock, November 14, 1963, 2p TLS
4. Letter to Advisers from Gordon Tullock, January 3, 1964, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Gordon Tullock, January 3, 1964, 1p TLS
6. Letter to Gentlemen from Gordon Tullock, January 4, 1964, 4p TLS
7. Letter to Riker from Gordon Tullock, March 30, 1964, 1p TLS
8. Letter to Gordon Tullock from Riker, April 17, 1964, 1p TL
9. Letter to Riker from Gordon Tullock, April 23, 1964, 1p TLS
10. Letter to Riker from Gordon Tullock, May 7, 1964, 2p TLS (essay questions attached)
11. Letter to Riker from Gordon Tullock, June 1, 1964, 1p TLS
12. Letter to Riker from Gordon Tullock, June 9, 1964, 1p TLS
13. Letter to David Easton from Riker, June 17, 1964, 2p TL
14. Letter to Gordon Tullock from Riker, July 10, 1964, 3p, TL
15. Letter to Gordon Tullock from Jan Triska, July 24, 1964, 1p TLS (copy)
16. Letter to Riker from Gordon Tullock, July 27, 1964, 1p TLS
17. Letter to Riker from Gordon Tullock, July 29, 1964, 1p TLS
18. Letter to James Buchanan from Henry Riecken, July 28, 1964, 1p TLS (copy)
19. Letter to Gordon Tullock from Riker, August 3, 1964, 2p TL
20. Letter to Riker from Gordon Tullock, August 10, 1964, 1p TLS (chart attached)
21. Letter to Riker from Gordon Tullock, August 17, 1964, 1p TLS
22. Letter to Gordon Tullock from Colin, August 13, 1964, 3p TLS (copy, attached to u)
23. Letter to Riker from Gordon Tullock, August 28, 1964, 1p TLS (charts attached)
24. Letter to Riker from Gordon Tullock, October 8, 1964, 1p TLS
25. Letter to Riker from Gordon Tullock, February 18, 1965, 1p TLS (copy of calculations attached)
26. Letter to Riker from Gordon Tullock, March 2, 1965, 1p TLS (copies of charts and calculations attached)
27. The Reform of Publishing an editorial from Political Research: Organization and Design, vol. III, no. 5, January 1960
28. Peaks and Troughs
29. Supplementary Bibliography (1)
30. Proposal for a TJ Papers Series
31. TJ Paper # 27, Peaks and Troughs by Gordon Tullock
Folder 10: 1960-1961- Correspondence re: Roll Call Calculations
1. Letter to William Proxmire from Riker, December 6, 1960, 1p TL (2 copies)
2. Letter to E. Kirkpatrick from Riker, December 28, 1960, 2p TL
3. Instructions for Rating
4. Letter to Riker from Mark Ferber, January 18, 1961, 2p TLS
5. Letter to Mark Ferber from Riker, February 4, 1961, 1p TL
6. Letter to Riker from Mark Ferber, February 24, 1961, 1p TLS (rating sheets of Importance of Roll Call January, 1961 attached)
7. Letter Mark Ferber to Riker, March 15, 1961, 1p TL (Importance of Roll Call rating sheets, March 1-9, 1961 attached)
8. Letter to Mark Ferber from Riker, April 19, 1961, 1p TL
9. Letter to Mark Ferber from Riker, April 19, 1961, 1p TL
10. Letter to Mark Ferber from Riker, April 19, 1961, 1p TL (rating sheets March 10-31, 1961)
11. Letter to Warren Miller from Morrie Axelrod, October 15, 1962, 1p TL
12. List of Roll Calls, 2p handwritten
Folder 11: 1973-1974 Correspondence re: MSSB Report
1. Letter to Duncan Luce and Preston Culter from Riker, September 26, 1973, 5p
2. Letter to Riker from Peter H. Aranson, October 10, 1973, 2p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from Austin ?, October 12, 1973, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from John E. Jackson, November 15, 1973, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Charles Tilly, June 3, 1974, 1p TLS
a. Draft of contribution to MSSB proposal, Collective Action, Conflict and Collective Choice
7. Letter to Gerald Kramer, n.d. 2p ALS
Folder 12: 1974 NSF Research Proposal on The Study of Political Trust, submitted by Riker
1. Letter to Riker from Howard H. Hines, April 12, 1974, 1p TLS
2. Reply to Hines from Riker, April 18, 1974, 1p TL
3. Letter to Riker from Hines, May 9, 1974, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Riker from G. R. Boynton, May 24, 1974, 3p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Howard Hines, November 25, 1974, 1p TLS
6. Letter to Riker from David Legee, December 17, 1974, 2p TLS
Folder 13: 1981-1982 Correspondence re: Liberalism vs. Populism
1. Letter to Riker from Victoria Baker, September 1, 1983, 1p TLS (copies of reviews attached)
2. Letter to Riker from Patricia Kean, 1p TLS (copy of review attached)
3. Letter to Riker from Robert Schediwy, February 28, 1981, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Robert Schediwy from Riker, March 23, 1981, 2p TL (attached to c)
5. Letter to Paul Hunter from Riker, March 17, 1982, 1p TL
6. Letter to Joseph Wilson from Riker, March 17, 1982, 1p TL
7. Letter to Robert Sproull from Riker, March 17, 1982, 1p TL
8. Letter to Leif Levin from Riker, March 18, 1982, 1p TL
9. Letter to Riker from Robert Schediwy, April 15, 1981, 3p TLS
10. Letter to Robert Schediwy from Riker, June 2, 1981, 1p TL (attached to 1)
11. Letter to Robert Schediwy from S, 3p ALS (attached to i)
12. Letter to Dennis McGrath from Riker, September 30, 1981, 1p TL
13. Letter to Riker from Dennis McGrath, August 17, 1981, 1p TLS (attached to l)
14. Letter to Lisa Ross from Riker, December 3?, 1981, 1p TL
15. Letter to Roger Noll from Riker, January 29, 1982, 1p TL
16. Letter to Richard Larry from Riker, January 29, 1982, 1p TL
17. Letter to Marvin Goldberger from Riker, January 29, 1982, 1p TL
18. Letter to Fernando de la Puente from Riker, April 7, 1982, 1p TL (note to Professor Casahuga from S on bottom)
19. Letter to M. Casahuga from Riker, April 12, 1982, 1p TL
20. Participant list for Faculte de Sciences Economiques et de Gestion Meeting (notes written inside)
21. Letter to Riker from Toshimasa Moriwaki, July 17, 1991, 1p TLS
22. The Defense of Liberalism Against Populist Statism by Riker (3 copies)
Folder 14: Correspondence re: Institute for Social Research Panel, 1983-1984
1. Letter to Riker from A.F.K. Organski, December 2, 1983, 1p TLS (with notes attached, 3p handwritten)
2. Letter to Riker from A.F.K. Organski, August 20, 1984, 1p TLS (with 5p typed paper attached
Folder 15: 1984-1988 Correspondence re: Art of Political Manipulation
1. Business cards
2. Letter to Harriet Wasserman from Riker, May 8, 1984, 1p ALS (copy)
3. Letter to Carol Franco from Riker, September 6, 1984, 1p TL
4. Letter to Jeam Woy from Riker, September 6, 1984, 1p TL
5. Letter to Riker from Carol Franco, September 10, 1984, 1p TLS
6. Letter to Martin Kessler from Riker, September 19, 1984, 1p TLS
a. Letter to Riker from Martin Kessler, September 4, 1984, 1p TLS
7. Letter to Riker from Barbara Goldfarb, September 24, 1984, 1p TLS
8. Letter to Riker from Jean Woy, October 15, 1984, 1p TLS
9. Letter to Harriet Wasserman from Riker, October 21, 1983, 1p TLS (copy)
10. Letter to Riker from Jean Woy, December 18, 1984, 1p TLS
11. Letter to Political Science Editor of Random House from Riker, January 30, 1985, 1p TL
12. Letter to Bertrand Lummus from Riker, February 8, 1985, 1p TL
a. Letter to Riker from Bertrand Lummus, February 5, 1985, 1p TLS
13. Letter to Joyce Seltzer from Riker, February 21, 1985, 1p TL
a. Letter to Riker from Joyce Seltzer, February 8, 1985, 1p TLS
14. Letter to Riker from Claire Weiner (for Joyce Seltzer), February 25, 1985, 1p TLS
15. Letter to Riker from Bertrand Lummus, February 27, 1985, 1p TLS
16. Letter to Riker from Joyce Seltzer, March 8, 1985, 1p TLS
17. Letter to Marian Ash from Riker, April 8, 1985, 1p TL
a. Letter to Editor from Riker, April 1, 1985, 1p TL
b. Letter to Political Science editor from Riker, April 1, 1985, 1p TL
c. Letter to Editor from Riker, April 1, 1985, 1p TL
d. Letter to CQ Book Editor from Riker, April 1, 1985, 1p TL
e. Letter to Marian Ash from Riker, April 1, 1985, 1p TL
f. Letter to Jeanne Burke from Riker, April 1, 1985, 1p TL
18. Letter to Drake Bush from Riker, April 16, 1985, 1p TL
a. Letter to Riker from Drake Bush, April 9, 1985, 1p TLS
19. Letter to Jonathan Sinclair-Wilson from Riker, April 16, 1985, 1p TL
a. Letter to Riker from Jonathan Sinclair-Wilson, April 8, 1985, 1p TLS
20. Letter to Riker from Yale University Press, April 18, 1985, 1p TL
21. Letter to Riker from Drake Bush, April 25, 1985, 1p TLS
22. Letter to Riker from Joanne Daniels, May 1, 1985, 1p TLS
23. Letter to James Alt from Riker, May 14, 1985, 1p TL
a. Letter to Riker from Jonathan Sinclair-Wilson, May 7, 1985, 1p TLS
24. Reader's Report on manuscript by Riker, May 23, 1985
25. Letter to Marian Ash from Riker, May 29, 1985, 1p TL
26. Letter to Marian Ash from Riker, June 4, 1985, 1p TL
a. Letter to Riker from Marian Ash, May 29, 1985, 1p TLS
27. Letter to Marian Ash from Riker, July 2, 1985, 1p TLS
a. Letter to Riker from Marian Ash, May 16, 1985, 1p TLS
28. Letter to Riker from Ruth Kummer, July 11, 1985, 1p TLS
29. Letter to Riker from Marian Ash, July 18, 1985, 2p TLS
30. Letter to Riker from John Ryden, July 31, 1985, 1p TLS
31. Letter to Riker from Barbara Folson, August 19, 1985, 1p TLS
32. Letter to Barbara Folson from Riker, August 22, 1985, 1p ALS (copy)
33. List of changes
34. Dedication and preface to book
35. Letter to Marian Ash from Riker, September 6, 1985, 1p TL
a. Letter to Riker from Ruth Kummer, July 18, 1985, 1p TLS
36. Letter to Riker from Marian Ash, October 3, 1985, 1p TLS
37. Letter to Marian Ash from Riker, October 8, 1985, 1p TL
38. Letter to Barbara Folsom from Riker, December 16, 1985, 1p TL
a. Letter to Riker from Barbara Folsom, December 2, 1985, 1p TLS
b. Letter to Riker from Barbara Folsom, November 25, 1985, 1p TLS
39. Letter to Marion Ash from Riker, February 7, 1986, 1p TL
40. Letter to Marian Ash from Riker, May 30, 1986, 1p TL
41. Letter to Joseph Wilson from Riker, June 11, 1986, 1p TL
42. Letter to William Danforth from Riker, July 3, 1986, 1p TL
43. Letter to Richard Rosett from Riker, July 3, 1986, 1p TL
44. Letter to Riker from William Danforth, July 15, 1986, 1p TLS
45. Letter to Riker from Steve, July 17, 1986, 1p ALS
46. Letter to Riker from Ruth Fleischmann, July 28, 1986, 1p TLS
47. Letter to Irving Spitzberg from Riker, September 9, 1986, 1p TL
48. Letter to Marian Ash from Riker, October 1, 1986, 1p TL (copy)
49. Letter to Robert Jackman from Riker, January 12, 1988, 1p TL
a. Letter to Riker from Robert Jackman, December 3, 1987, 2p TLS
50. Letter to Duncan MacRae, Jr. from Riker, January 18, 1988, 2p TL
a. Letter to Riker from Duncan MacRae Jr., December 30, 1987, 1p TLS
51. Manipulation: The Art of Heresthetic by Riker
52. Notes on Riker's Political Manipulation, June 1989
Folder 16: 1984-1985 Correspondence re: Bicentennial of US Constitution
1. Letter to Riker from Peggy Duckett, August 3, 1984, 1p TLS
2. Reply to Duckett from Riker, August 27, 1984, 1p TL
3. Letter to Riker from Cynthia Harrison, January 3, 1985, 1p TLS
4. Reply to Harrison from Riker, January 10, 1985, 1p TL
5. Letter to Riker from Harrison, January 22, 1985, 1p TLS
6. Letter to Riker from Harrison, March 28, 1985, 1p TLS
7. Letter to Harrison from Riker, April 11, 1985, 2p TL
a. Draft of The Invention of American Federalism, by Riker
Folder 17: Correspondence re: Carnegie Anti-Nuclear War Proposal, 1985-1986
1. Carnegie Quarterly Volume XXX, number 2, Spring 1985
2. Letter to David A. Hamburg from Riker, June 19, 1985, 3p TL
3. Letter to Riker from Luana S. Mango, June 28, 1985, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Frederick C. Mosher from Rhoda Fischer, April 30, 1986, 1p TLS
5. Letter to Riker from Frederic A. Mosher, June 2, 1986, 2p TLS
Box 8:
Folder 1: Huntington Affair Correspondence, 1986-March 1987
1. Letter to Members, Section 53 NAS from Julian Wolpert, February 10, 1986, 4p TL
2. Letter to Bryce Crawford from Serge Lang, March 12, 1986, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Bryce Crawford from Serge Lang, April 10, 1986, 1p TLS
4. Letter to Members of the NAS from Serge Lang, April 10, 1986, 2p, TLS with attachments
5. Letter to Bryce Crawford from Serge Lang, April 10, 1986, 1p, TLS
6. Letter to Members of the NAS from Serge Lange, April 10, 1986, 2p TLS
7. Letter to Members of the NAS from Serge Lang, April 10, 1986, 2p, TLS, with attachments
8. Letter to Julian Wolpert from Kenneth Fulton, April 14, 1986, 1p, TLS
9. Letter to Members of the NAS from Julian Wolpert, April 18, 1986, 2p, TLS
10. Minutes of NAS meeting, April 28, 1986, 3p, TLS
11. Letter to Martin Lipset from Julian Wolpert, March 25, 1986, 1p, TLS
12. Letter to Members of the NAS from Julian Wolpert, May 1, 1986
13. Letter to Members of the NAS from Serge Lang, May 6, 1986, 1p, TLS, with attachments
14. Letter to Serge Lang from Marion Levy, May 12, 1986, 2p, TLS with attachments
15. Letter to William Riker from Bryce Crawford, July 16,1986, 1p, TLS with attachments
16. Letter to Samuel Huntington from Serge Lang, July 30, 1986, 1p, TLS
17. Letter to Serge Lang from William Riker, July 30, 1986, 1p, TLS
18. Letter to various professors from William Riker, July 31, 1986, 3p, TLS
19. Letter to William Riker from Serge Lang, August 31, 1986, 1p, TLS
20. Letter to William Riker from Sidney Verba, August 14, 1986, 2p, TLS
21. Letter to Members of the NAS from various professors, September 12, 1986, TLS
22. Letter to various professors from William Riker, September 12, 1986, 3p, TLS
23. Letter to Members of the NAS from various professors, September 26, 1986, 2p, TLS
24. Letter to Julian Wolpert from Serge Lang, September 28, 1986, 1p, TLS with attachments
25. Letter to Members of the NAS from Serge Lang, October 13, 1986, 1p, TLS with attachments
26. Letter to Martin Lipset from William Riker, October 29, 1986, 3p, TLS with attachments
27. Letter to Serge Lang from Samuel Huntington, October 31, 1986, 1p, TLS
28. Letter to Frank Press from Samuel Huntington, October 31, 1986, 1p, TLS
29. Letter to Bryce Crawford from Julian Wolpert, November 6, 1986, 1p TL
30. Letter to Members of the NAS from Serge Lang, November 8, 1986, 1p, TLS with attachments
31. Letter to Members of the NAS from Serge Lang, November 13, 1986, 1p, TLS with attachments
32. Letter to Frank Press from Thomas Mann, November 24, 1986, 1p, TLS with attachments
33. Letter to Information Officer from Eliot Marshall, November 25, 1986, 1p, TLS with attachments
34. Letter to Serge Lang from P.K. Stumpf, December 8, 1986, 1p, TLS with attachments
35. Letter to Dan Koshland from David Lawrence Hill, December 15, 1986, 2p, TLS
36. Letter to Julian Wolpert from Serge Lang, January 28, 1987, 1p, TLS
37. Letter to Members of the NAS for unknown, February 17, 1987, 1p, TL
38. Letter to Herb Simon from William Riker, February 25, 1987, 1p, TLS with attachments
39. Letter to Members of the NAS from William Riker, March 6, 1986, 2p, TLS
40. Letter to William Riker from David Landes, no date, 1p, TLS
41. Letter to William Riker from George Trilling, March 10, 1987, 1p, TLS
42. Letter to Martin Lipset from David Landes, March 11, 1987, 1p, TLS
43. Letter to William Riker from Jacob Bigeleisen, March 16, 1987, 1p, TLS with attachments
44. Letter to George Trilling from William Riker, March 17, 1987, 1p, TL
45. Letter to William Riker from Hyman Bass, March 18, 1987, 1p, TLS
46. Letter to various professors from William Riker, March 19, 1987, 3p, TLS
47. Letter to Hyman Bass from William Riker, March 25, 1987, 1p, TL
48. Letter to Jake Bigeleisen from William Riker, March 25, 1987, 3p, TLS
Folder 2: Huntington Affair Correspondence, April 1987-December 1987
1. Letter to Jeremy Stone of the NAS from David Hill, April 2, 1987, 2p TLS
2. Letter to Members of the NAS from Bryce Crawford, April 7, 1987, 1p, TLS
3. Letter to Julian Wolpert from Bryce Crawford, April 26, 1987, 1p, TLS
4. Agenda of the NAS, April 28, 1987, 8p,
5. Letter to Members of the NAS from Evon Vogt, April 30, 1987, 1p, TL
6. Letter to Serge Lang from Evon Vogt, April 10, 1987, 1p, TLS
7. Letter to Serge Lang from Evon Vogt, April 20, 1987, 1p, TLS
8. Letter to Serge Lang from Evon Vogt, April 24, 1987, 1p, TLS
9. Letter to Julian Wolpert from Evon Vogt, April 24, 1987, 1p, TLS
10. Letter to Serge Lang from Evon Vogt, April 30, 1987, 1p, TLS
11. Letter to Frank Press from Bernard Davis, May 1, 1987, 2p, TLS
12. Letter to a variety of professors from William Riker, May 4, 1987, 4p, TL
13. Letter to Frank Press from William Riker, May 5, 1987, 1p, TLS
14. Letter to William Riker from Frank Press, May 15, 1987, 1p, TLS
15. Letter to Steven Landsburg from Serge Lang, May 19, 1987, 1p, TLS
16. Letter to Bernard Davis from Evon Vogt, May 20, 1987, 1p, TL
17. The Cossa Washington Update, May 22, 1987, 10p
18. Letter to Frank Press from Bernard Davis, May 25, 1987, 2p, TLS
19. Letter to Evon Vogt form Bernard Davis, June 1, 1987, 1p, TLS
20. Letter to William Riker from Evon Vogt, June 17, 1987, 1p, TLS
21. The New Republic, Issue 3784, July 27, 1987,4p
22. Letter to William Riker and Evon Vogt from David Hill, July 30, 1987, 2p, TLS
23. Letter to Bernard Davis from William Riker, August 4, 1987, 2p, TLS
24. "Political Scientists Meet Reality" by Serge Lang, August 7, 1987, 50p, TLS
25. Letter to David Hill from Kenneth Arrow, August 10, 1987, 2p, TLS
26. Letter to William Riker from James Coleman, August 16, 1987, 1p CS
27. Letter to Gilbert Rogin from Serge Lang, August 19, 1987, 1p, TLS with attachments
28. Letter to William Riker from Julian Wolpert, August 19, 1987, 1p, TLS
29. Letter to Serge Lang from Annette Flowers, August 23, 1987, 1p, TLS with attachments
30. Letter to Members for the NAS from Serge Lang, September 3, 1987, 1p, TLS
31. Letter to Jared Diamond from Serge Lang, August 23, 1987, 4p, TLS
32. Letter to Editor from Martin Bobgan, August 18, 1987, 2p, TLS
33. Letter to Jared Diamond from Elliot Lieb, September 1, 1987, 1p, TL with attachments
34. Letter to William Riker from Bernard Davis, September 14, 1987, 2p, TLS
35. Letter to Catherine Rudder from Serge Lang, September 23, 1987, 1p, TLS
36. Letter to Serge Lang from Julian Hochberg, September 22, 1987, 1p, TLS
37. Letter to NAS Council from Serge Lang, October 19, 1987, 1p, TLS with attachments
38. Letter to Paul Hoffman from Serge Lang, October 19, 1987, 1p, TLS with attachments
39. Letter to various professors from Serge Lang, January 7, 1988, 1p, TLS with attachments
Folder 3: Huntington Affair:
1. Letter to Serge Lang from Robert Hauck, January 7, 1988, 1p, TLS
2. Letter to Serge Lang from Minnie Seahorn, January 11, 1988, 1p, TLS
3. Letter to J.P. Hauck from Terry Nardin, January 22, 1988, 1p, TL
4. Letter to William D'Antonio from Carl Milofsky, January 25, 1987, 2p, TL
5. Letter to Serge Lang from Norman Nie, January 27, 1987, 1p, TLS
6. "Academic, Journalistic, and Political Problems" by Serge Lang, February 3, 1988, 2p
7. Letter to Members of the NAS from Serge Lang, February 8, 1988, 2p, TLS
8. Letter to Robert Hauck from Terry Nardin, February 9, 1988, 1p, TLS with attachments
9. Letter to Serge Lang from unknown, February 15, 1988, 1p, TLS
10. Letter to Serge Lang from Evon Vogt, February 18, 1988, 1p, TLS with attachments
11. Letter to Serge Lang from Stephen Dresch, February 23, 1988, 1p, TLS with attachments
12. Letter to Serge Lang from Richard Dickerson, March 4, 1988, 1p, TLS
13. Letter to Serge Lang from Richard Dickerson, March 4, 1988, 1p, TLS with attachments
14. Letter to Members from NAS from Frank Press, March 8, 1988, 1p, TLS
15. Letter to Serge Lang from Saunders Mac Lane, March 11, 1988, 1p, TLS
16. Letter to Members of the NAS from Serge Lang, March 15, 1988, 4p, TLS with attachments
17. Letter to Saunders Mac Lane from Serge Lang, March 15, 1988, 1p, TLS with attachments
18. "The NAS and the Law" by Serge Lang, April 1, 1988, 4p, TL with attachments
19. "The Huntington File," by Serge Lang, April 4, 1988, 32p, TLS
20. Letter to William Riker and Evon Vogt from Serge Lang, 1p, TLS
21. "A Recommendation To Split The NAS Into Several Academies," April 11, 1988
22. "Academic, Journalistic, and Political Responsibilities," by Serge Lang, April 12 1988, 8p
23. Letter to Serge Lang from Ross Dabney, April 17, 1988, 2p, TLS with attachments
24. Letter to Members of the NAS from Serge Lang, May 12, 1988, 1p, TLS with attachments
25. Letter to William Riker from Peter Raven, June 17, 1988, 1p, TLS
26. Letter to Peter Raven from William Riker, June 30, 1988, 2p, TL
27. Letter to Members of NAS from unknown, September 15, 1988, 12p, TL
28. Letter to Leopold Pospisil from Serge Lang, October 28, 1988, 1p, TLS
29. Letter to Serge Lang from Karl Deutsch, November 17, 1988, 1p, TLS
30. Letter to Karl Deutsch from Serge Lang, November 23, 1988, 1p, TLS
31. Letter to Ron Graham from Serge Lang, November 18, 1988, 1p, TLS
32. Flyer for Serge Lang Speech, May 5, 1987
33. Letter to Members of the NAS from Serge Lang, January 13, 1989, 1p, TLS with attachments
34. Letter to Serge Lang from Walter Gilbert, February 15, 1989, 1p, TLS with attachments
35. Letter to Peter Brooks from Robert Shulman, March 17, 1989, 2p, TLS with attachments
36. "The Huntington File"; contents, April 6, 1989, 2p
37. "What They Said," quote collection, no date, 4p
38. "The Huntington File," by Serge Lang, April 6, 1989, 6p, TLS
39. "The File as Discourse," by Serge Lang, February 23, 1983, 2p, TLS
40. "The File as Literature," by Serge Lang, April 6, 1989, 4p, TLS
41. "Themes and Issues," by Serge Lang, April 6, 1989, 10p, TLS
42. Letter to Gerard Debreu from William Riker, May 18, 1989, 2p, TL with attachments
43. Letter to various professors from Serge Lang, January 22, 1990, 1p, TLS with attachments
44. Letter to Rustern Roy from Martin Davis, April 9, 1990, 2p, TL
45. Letter to unknown from Henry Bretton, April 25, 1990, 2p, TLS
46. Letter to NAS Council from Serge Lang, April 27, 1990, 1p, TLS
47. Letter to Members of NAS from William Riker, May 11, 1990, 2p, TLS
48. Letter to John Ferejohn from William Riker, May 31, 1990, 6p, TLS with attachments
49. Letter to Samuel Preston from William Riker, June 4, 1990, 2p, TLS with attachments
50. NAS Call For Nominations-invitation, September 8, 1989, 1p, TL
51. NAS Biography of Kenneth Shepsle, no date, 1p
52. NAS Election of Academy Members-instructions, September 1989, 4p
53. Letter to unknown from William Riker, September 18, 1989, 1p, TLS
54. NAS Transmittal of Informal Ballot, September 18, 1989, 1p
55. NAS Informal Ballot, September 18,1989, 1p, TLS
56. NAS Proposal for Nomination re: Reinhard Bendix, no date, 2p, TLS (Martin Lipset) with attachments
57. Letter to Chairmen of NAS from Gerard Debreu, February 9, 1990, 1p, TL
Folder 4: Huntington Affair
1. "Academic, Journalistic, and Political Problems," by Serge Lang, February 3, 1988, 1p
2. "Soft Sciences Are Often Harder Than Hard Sciences," by Jared Diamond, August 1987
3. "NAS Omits Huntington's Name From Its Secret Election Ballot," by Teresa Mullin, April 11, 1988, 1p
4. "On A Recent Non-Election to the NAS," by Serge Lang, August 17, 1987, 12p
5. "Dead Dictators and Rioting Mobs," by Richard Betts and Samuel Huntington, 1985, 19p
6. "Harvard Professor Says Didn' t Violate Rules," by Richard Higgins, February 2, 1986, 1p
7. "Of Cloak and Scholar," NY Times, February 18, 1986, 1p
8. "Political Order in Changing Societies," by Samuel Huntington, no date, 2p
9. "Mathematics Tomorrow," Edited by Lynn Steen, 1981, 6p
10. "CIA Funds, Restricts Professor's Writing," by Michael Nolan, February 13, 1986, 3p
11. "CIA Revises Policy On Ties to Academia," by Kenneth Gerber and Michael Hirschorn, 1986, 2p
12. "Spence to Start CIA Inquiry," by David Hilzenrath, February 14, 1986, 2p
13. "Prof Unaware of Guidelines," by Michael Nolan, February 20, 1986, 2p
14. The Harvard Crimson Newspaper, February 28, 1986
15. "Trade, Technology, and Leverage, by Samuel Huntington, 1978, 2p
16. FAS Public Interest Report, VOL 40, NO2., February 1987, 20p
17. Riker's Expenses for NAS mailing, no date, 1p
18. "Some Trivial But Useful Mathematics," by Herbert Simon, no date, 11p
19. Professor Signatures in support of Sam Huntington, {Axelrod, Dahl, Fenno, March, Simon, Verba, Riker, Lipset, Deutsch, Converse, Almond}, no date, 12p, TLS
20. "Professors Who Play Politics," by George Will, Washington Post, May 7, 1987, 1p
21. "The Posse Stops a Softie," by Ezra Bowen,Time, May 11, 1987, 2p
Folder 5: Correspondence re: International Political Science Review edited by Riker, 1989-1990
1. Letter to Riker from J.A. Laponce, September 29, 1989, 1p TLS (1p instructions attached)
2. Letter to Riker from J.A. Laponce, April 5, 1990, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Jean La Ponce from Riker, March 23, 1990, 2p TLS
4. Letter to Jean Laponce from Riker, April 8, 1991, 1p TLS (8p paper attached)
5. Letter to Bruce Bueno de Mesquita from Riker, April 30, 1990, 1p TLS
6. Letter to Peter Ordeshook from Riker, April 30, 1990, 1p TLS (same as above)
7. Letter to George Tsebelis from Riker, April 30, 1990, 1p TLS (same as above)
Folder 6: Correspondence re: Creating a Biological, Behavioral, and Social Sciences Directorate at the National Science Foundation, 1990-1991.
1. Letter to G. Bingham Powell, Jr. from Riker, September 9, 1990, 1p ALS
2. Letter to G. Bingham Powell, Jr. from Howard J. Silver, August 1, 1990, 2p TLS (Public Affairs Report attached)
3. Letter to Past Presidents from Charles R. Plott, November 7, 1990, 1p TLS (with handwritten note from Riker and list of Biological, Behavioral, and Social Sciences Task Force attached)
4. Letter to Riker from Charles Plott, October 2, 1990, 2p TLS (Basic Research Funding schedule and Questions for Societies attached)
5. Fax Report to Charles Plott from Riker, November 8, 1990, 1p ALS
6. Letter to ^F4^ from Mary E. Clutter, June 23, 1990, 2p TL
7. Report of Ad Hoc Committee on the Organization of Behavioral and Social Sciences within the National Science Foundation, February 26-27, 1990, 10p (Cossa Washington Update Volume IX, Number 5, March 23, 1990 attached)
8. NSF/Biological/Behavioral Social Sciences Chronologies, 1945-1990, n.d., 4p
9. NSF Budget Summary of Obligations by Activity and Subactivity, 1990-1991, n.d., 5p
10. Bill for the House of Representatives, August 7, 1990, 10p
11. List of Society Names, Response, Testimony Type, and Testifier's Name, n.d., 25p
12. Fax to Michael Brintell from Riker, November 8, 1990, 1p ALS (charts, Orientation about the Economic Sciences and Questions for Societies attached)
13. Fax to Riker from Charles R. Plott, November 7, 1990 1p AL (cover sheet only, no message included)
14. Letter to Mary E. Clutter from Warren E. Miller, January 7, 1991, 4p ALS
15. Memo to NSF staff from Walter E. Massey, October 11, 1991, 3p TLS
16. NSF News release, October 11, 1991 3p
17. Letter to Frank Scioli from Riker, n.d. 2p AL
Folder 7: 1990-1991--Nomination of Larry M. Bartels for the Alan T. Waterman Award materials
1. NAS Alan Waterman Award Pamphlet, 1991, 12p
2. Book Review of Presidential Primaries and the Dynamics of the Public Choice, reviewed by William Keech, 1990, 2p
3. Book Review of Presidential Primaries and the Dynamics of the Public Choice, reviewed by Peverill Squire, 1990, 4p
4. Letter to Colleague from Mary Good and Erich Clock, June 1, 1990,2p, TLS
5. Letter to William Riker from Susan Fannoney, June 14, 1990, 1p, TLS
6. NAS Nomination Information for Larry Bartels, no date, 12p
7. Letter to various professors from J.A. Kampmeier, December 4, 1990, 12p, TLS
8. Letter to Morris Fiorina from William Riker, December 13, 1990, 1p, TLS
9. Letter to Christopher Achen from William Riker, December 13, 1990, 1p, TLS
10. Letter to John Jackson from William Riker, December 13, 1990, 1p, TLS
11. Letter to Henry Brady from William Riker, December 13, 1990, 1p, TLS
12. Letter to John Hopcroft from Brian Thompson, December 27, 1990, 3p, TLS
13. Published information regarding the work of Larry Bartels, various publications and dates, 4p
14. "Instrumental and Quasi-Instrumental Variables," American Journal of Political Science, date unknown
15. " $500,000 Talking Points," book review (presumably by Larry Bartels), no date, 1p
16. The Review of Politics, Winter 1989 Vol. 5 No. 1, 3p
17. Billions for Defense, by Larry Bartels, no date, 19p
18. Letter to Colleague from Mary Good and Walter Massey, June 3, 1991, 3p, TLS with attachments
19. Letter to Susan Fannoney from William Riker, August 22, 1991, 1p, TL
Folder 8: 1992-1993 Correspondence re: NAS Election of Members
Box 9: Departmental Correspondence, Lawrence College and University of Rochester
Folder 1: Lawrence College
1. Letter to Mr. Knight (President of Lawrence College), February 4, 1955, 2p TL
a. Attached--Information on Practical Arts Courses
3. Letter to Mr. Knight, July 12, 1954, 2p TL
4. Letter to Mr. Knight, April 25, 1955, 3p TL
5. Report to Mr. Knight, May 30, 1957, 3p TL
6. Report to President Knight, n.d. (1957-1958) 1p TL
7. Memo to President Knight, May 14, 1959, 2p TL
8. Report to President Knight, n.d (1959-1960), 3p TL
9. Memo to Marshall Hulbert from Riker, January 19, 195(?)
10. Riker's manuscript notes on students
Folder 2: University of Rochester Correspondence
1. Letter to Riker from W. Allen Wallis, President of the University of Rochester, May 28, 1968, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from John Billeter, July 29, 1976, 2p TLS
3. Letter to Dean Kenneth Clark from Riker, September 13, 1978, 4p TL
4. Letter to Dennis O'Brien from Riker, January 9, 1985, 3p TL
5. Letter to O'Brien from Riker, March 28, 1986, 2p TL
a. Reply to Riker from O'Brien, April 1, 1986, 1p TLS
b. Letter to O'Brien from Riker, n.d., 2p TL
c. Letter to Riker from Ralph A. Raimi, March 21, 1986, 1p AL
d. Letter to Riker from Ralph A. Raimi, March 21, 1986, 2p TL
e. Letter to Riker from Ralph A. Raimi, April 2, 1986, 1p ALS
7. Letter to Brian Thompson from Riker, Robert G. King, and John Harper, May 13, 1986, 3p TLS
8. Letter to Brian J. Thompson from George J. Benston, Ronald W. Jones, and Riker, June 18, 1985, 4p TLS
9. Chart: Inter-University Salary Information Exchange Nine-Month Salary Data, 1985-86, October 30, 1985
10. Letter to Dennis O'Brien from Riker, July 28, 1986, 1p TL
11. Letter to Riker from Dennis O'Brien, September 4, 1986, 1p TLS
12. Letter to Bing Powell from Riker, September 16, 1986, 3p TL
13. Letter to Brian Thompson from Riker, September 30, 1986, 2p TL
14. Letter to Riker from Brian J. Thompson, October 8, 1986, 1p TLS
15. Letter to Thompson from Riker, October 13, 1986, 1p TL
16. Letter to Riker from Brian J. Thompson, October 20, 1986, 1p TLS
17. Letter to Riker from Brian J. Thompson, October 24, 1986, 1p TLS
18. Letter to Jack Kampmeier from Riker, October 30, 1986, 1p TL
19. Letter to Brian Thompson from Riker, October 30, 1986, 1p TL
20. Letter to Riker from J.A. Kampmeier, November 3, 1986, 1p TLS
21. Letter to Riker from Brian J. Thompson, November 4, 1986, 1p TLS
22. Letter to Jack Kampmeier from G. Bingham Powell, Jr., November 20, 1986, 4p TL
23. Letter to Jack Kampmeier from Riker, December 2, 1986, 5p TL
24. Letter to Riker from J.A. Kampmeier, December 15, 1986, 1p TLS
25. Letter to Paul MacAvoy from Riker, April 2, 1987, 1p TL
26. Letter to Brian Thompson from Riker, April 2, 1987, 2p TL
27. Letter to Brian Thompson from Riker and David L. Weimer, April 17, 1987, 2p TL
28. Letter to Brian Thompson from Riker, April 17, 1987, 2p TL
29. Letter to Riker from G. Bingham Powell, Jr., July 1, 1987, 2p TLS
30. Letter to Brian Thompson from Riker, July 6, 1987, 1p TL
31. Letter to Eric Hanushek, Riker, Charles Phelps, and G. Bingham Powell from Jack Kampmeier, July 10, 1987, 1p TLS
32. Letter to Riker from Brian J. Thompson, July 16, 1987, 1p TLS
33. Letter to Brian Thompson from Riker, October 20, 1987, 2p TLS
34. Letter to Riker from Brian J. Thomson, October 22, 1987, 1p TLS
35. Report on Faculty Activities Calendar Year 1987
36. Letter to Riker from Margit Iwanowicz, March 29, 1988, 1p TLS
37. Letter to Jack Thomas from Riker, July 15, 1988, 2p TL
38. Letter to Riker from John C. Braund, November 21, 1988, 1p TLS
39. Letter to Brian Thompson from James Allen, Edward Wierenga, and Riker, March 14, 1989, 2p TLS (original and 1 copy)
40. Letter to Riker from Brian Thompson, January 31, 1989, 1p TLS (attached to 40)
41. Letter to Participants in the Rochester Advantage Weekend from J.A. Kampmeier, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, March 19, 1990, 2p TL
42. Letter to Baseball Fans and Gamblers One and All from Kenneth J. McLaughlin, March 23, 1990, 2p TL
43. Letter to Riker from Barry Weingast, August 1, 1990, 1p TLS
44. Letter to Riker from B. Ann Wright, April 12, 1990, 1p TLS
45. Letter to Colleagues from William T. Bluhm and Riker, April 12, 1990, 1p TLS
46. Press Release, April 13, 1990, 3p (attached to 44)
47. Letter to Riker from Rita Butzen, April 16, 1990, 1p ALS
48. Letter to Riker from J. Theodore Anagnoson, September 10, 1990, 2p TLS
49. Letter to Riker from Pamela S. Ferner, September 10, 1990, 1p TLS
50. Letter to Riker from Poyee Aokled", November 9, 1990, 1p ALS
51. Letter to Riker from Michael O. Hurd, November 23, 1990, 1p TLS
52. Memorandum to Associate Deans for Graduate Studies: Dick Benson, Jon Engberg, Tom Ferbel, Lynn Gordon, Ron Hansen, George Kimmich, and Darlene McCown from Jack Thomas, December 20, 1990, 1p TLS
53. Report on Faculty Activities Calendar Year 1990
54. Letter to Dennis O'Brien from Riker, January 23, 1991, 2p TLS
55. Letter to Professors Fenno, bueno de Mesquita, Mueller and Riker from Dennis O'Brien, April 24, 1991, 2p TL
56. Letter to Riker from D. Hess, October 7, 1991, attached newspaper clipping
57. Letter to Political Science Faculty from Randall L. Calvert, April 20, 1992, 1p TL
58. River Campus Libraries Survey, May 22, 1992
59. Letter to Riker from T?, August 24, 1992, 1p ALS
60. Letter to Political Science Faculty and Graduate Students from Randal Clavert, February 11, 1993, 1p TL
61. Speech hand written for semi-centennial
62. Letter to Riker from Itai, n.d., 1p ALS
63. List of names under respective department/state/country, 4p
Folder 3:
1. Letter to Arthur Q. Frank from Riker re: appointment of Frank as the Harold Gosnell Fellow, April 10, 1980, 2p TLS
2. Draft of letter
Folder 4: Proposal for School of Public Policy Correspondence, University of Rochester
1. Letter to President Dennis O'Brien from Eric Hanushek, Charles E. Phelps, G. Bingham Powell, Jr., and William H. Riker, January 30, 1987, 28p TLS
a. Attachment: Report from the Committee on Public Policy Studies at the University of Chicago, Autumn 1986
b. Draft of letter with manuscript notes
c. Letter to President O'Brien from Riker, July 6, 1987, 1p TLS
Folder 5: Center for Policy Analysis Fundraising Correspondence, 1989
a. Memorandum re: CAS Venture Funds Timetable for the Spring of 1989
b. Letter to Riker from Jack Kampmeier, April 12, 1989, 2p TLS (Venture Fund Steering Committee Meeting Agenda attached)
c. Letter to Jack Kampeier, John Mueller, Charles Phelps, William Riker from Kate Zaenglein, June 13, 1989, 3p TLS
d. Center for Public Policy Analysis Background Materials for Venture Campaign, October 1989
e. Letter to ? from Riker, October 2, 1989, 5p TL (with notes)
f. Letter to Social Science Committee Members from Riker, Eric Hanushek and Robert King, October 3, 1989, 3p TL (2 copies)
g. List of names
Folder 6: The Rochester Center for Economic Research: A Briefing of the Venture Fund Committee by Robert G. King, June 1989
Folder 7: Venture Fund Information
Folder 8: Correspondence with the Gordon S. Black Corporation
Folder 9: Riker Annual Reports to the President, 1980-1985
1. Report to Robert L. Sproull, January 10, 1980, 5p TL
2. Letter to Mrs. Joseph C. Wilson from Riker, January 11, 1980, 1p TL
a. Reply to Riker from Peggy Wilson, January 17, 1980, 1p TLS
b. Reply to Riker from Sproull, March 4, 1980, 1p TLS
3. Report on Faculty Activities Sheet, signed by Riker January 8, 1981, 4p TLS
4. Report to Robert L. Sproull, January 27, 1981, 3p TLS
5. Letter to Mrs. Joseph C. Wilson, January 27, 1981, 1p TL
6. Report to Robert L. Sproull, September 14, 1981, 2p TL
7. Report to Robert L. Sproull, May 27, 1982, 3p TLS
8. Letter to Accompany Year end Report regarding William Riker, to Sproull from Richard G. Niemi, December 7, 1982, 1p TL
9. Report to Robert L. Sproull, June 3, 1983, 5p TLS
10. Letter to Mrs. Joseph C. Wilson, June 3, 1983, 1p TL
11. Reply to Riker from Bob Sproull, June 9, 1983, 1p TLS
12. Report to Robert L. Sproull, June 18, 1984, 3p TLS
13. Reply to Riker from Bob Sproull, June 25, 1984, 1p TLS
14. Letter to President Dennis O'Brien, July 12, 1985, 3p TL
Folder 10: Correspondence re: Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African American Studies Controversy, 1988-1992
1. Letter to Karen E. Fields from Riker, July 6, 1988, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Karen Fields, Randy Calvert, Rick Hanushek, Kit Lasch from Dick Aslin, CAS Dean, March 24, 1992, 1p TL
3. Letter to Karen Fields from Richard N. Aslin, Dean, June 8, 1992, 2p TL
4. Letter to Aslin from Fields, September 20, 1992, 5p TL
5. Letter to Fields from Ralph A. Raimi, September 25, 1992, 3p TLS
6. Letter to Fields from Aslin, October 1, 1992, 4p TLS
Folder 11: Correspondence re: International Predissertation Fellowship Program, 1991
Folder 12: ORPA Manual--Manual for Research and Sponsored Activities at the University of Rochester, 1984
Series 2: Conference/Meetings Material
Box 10: Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences(CACSB) Materials
Folder 1: Correspondence, 1958-1960
Folder 2: Correspondence, 1961
Folder 3: Information about CACSB fellows
Folder 4: Information about CACSB fellows continued
Box 11: Conferences/Meetings (arranged chronologically by date of event)
Folder 1: Some Ambiguities in the Notion of Power presented at the Annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, New York City, Commodore Hotel, September 4-7, 1963
1. Correspondence
Folder 2: Conferences in Mathematical Applications in Political Science, 1963-1966
Folder 3: Social Choice Conference University of Pittsburgh, September 9-12, 1968
1. An Examination of Formal and Informal Rules of a Three-Person Game
2. Correspondence re: paper
Folder 4: International Political Science Association Vancouver Round Table, March 22-26, 1970
Folder 5: Conference on Federalism and the University, Duke University, January 21, 1972
Folder 6: Conference on Game Theoretic Structures in Models of Political-EconomicProcesses, California Institute of Technology, February 4-5, 1972
Folder 7: The New Federalism: A Conference of the Woodrow Wilson InternationalCenter for Scholars, 1973
Folder 8: IMS-ASA Meeting, May 23, 1975
1. Talk attached
Folder 9: The Constitution and the Budget Conference : Are Constitutional Limits on Tax,Spending and Budget Powers Desirable at the Federal Level? The American Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC, May 23-24, 1979
1. Riker sat on a panel in Session III: Constitutional Restrictions on the Power of the Purse and the Theory of Public Choice
2. Manuscript notes on conference
Folder 10: Annual Chief Justice Earl Warren Conference on Advocacy in the UnitedStates, June 15-16, 1979
1. The Courts: The Pendulum of Federalism : Final Report of the Conference
Folder 11: Seminar on US/Canadian Relations, University Consortium for Research on North America, March 18, 1980, Harvard University
Folder 12: Shambaugh Conference : Political Science at Iowa, December 9-10, 1982
Box 12: Conferences, continued
Folder 1: Regulation at the Crossroads : Challenges of the ComingDecade, National Science Foundation/Carnegie Mellon University Conference, September 12-14, 1985
Folder 2: Fenno Conference, August 27, 1986
1. Correspondence concerning the planning of the conference, 1984-1987
Folder 3: The Calculus of Consent: A Prospective View, letter from Donald Wittman and Bernie Grofman, inviting Riker to the conference, August 19, 1987.
Folder 4: Workshop on Scope and Methods of Instruction at the Graduate Level in Ph.DGranting Institutions (for Political Science), October 15, 1987
Folder 5: Proposed Panel for the 1987 ASPA- The Limitations of Rational ChoiceTheory
Letter to Joshua Cohen from Kristen Monroe, November 30, 1987, 1p TLS
Paper proposal, A Far Better Thing: Selfless Behavior, Rationality and Self Perception
Folder 6: Conference on Anthony Downs: An Economic Theory of Democracy, a ThirtyYear Perspective, 1987
Folder 7: The Federalist Papers: An Explanation and Defense of Ideas and Issues in theUS Constitution: The Nineteenth Conference on Value Inquiry: State University of New York College of Arts and Sciences at Geneseo, April 8 and 9, 1988
1. A Response to the Framer's Intent: Three Enduring Principles by Riker
Folder 8: The Federalist Papers : A Liberty Fund Symposium, Claremont, California, January 12-15, 1989
Folder 9: Update on Conference on Knowledge and Institutional Change
1. Letter to Organizers and Participants from Vernon W. Ruttan, University of Minnesota, December 6, 1988, 1p TLS
2. Reviewers Comments Summary
3. Chapter Outline
Folder 10: Liberty Fund, Inc . Symposium on Freedom and Federalism, April 19-22, 1990
1. List of Participants
2. Federal Deference to Local Regulators and the Economic Theory of Regulation : Toward a Public Choice Explanation of Federalism by Jonathan R. Macey
3. Federalism: Doctrine Against Balance by Peter H. Aranson
Box 13: Conferences, continued
Folder 1: Agenda of the Carnegie Mellon Conference on Political Economy May 4-5, 1990
Folder 2: Collective Choice Theory and Constitutional Law Stanford University, October 25-27, 1990
1. Letter to Riker from Robert Cooter, May 1, 1990
2. Reply to Cooter from Riker, May 9, 1990
3. Agenda for the Conference
4. Participant List
Folder 3: Collective Choice Theory and Constitutional Law (continued)
1. Papers from the Conference
a. Bicameralism: When are Two Decisions Better Than One ? by Saul Levmore
b. Congress is a "They" not an "It" : Legislative Intent as Oxymoron, by Kenneth A. Shepsle
c. Economic Analysis and Just Compensation: Another View of the Cathedral? by Daniel Farber
d. Limitation of Statutes:A Strategic Theory of Interpretation, by John A. Ferejohn and Barry R. Weingast
e. Paradox Lost or Modeling Collegial Courts, by Lewis A. Kornhauser
f. Whose Legislation Is It Anyway? Statutory Interpretation and Political Advantage, by Daniel B. Rodriguez
g. Letter to Barry Weingast from Riker
1. Riker's Comment: The Merits of Bicameralism: A Comment on Saul Levmore, "Bicameralism: When are Two Decisions Better than One?"
2. Diagrams
h. Letter to Riker from Cooter, September 17, 1991, 2p TLS
i. Letter to Cooter from Levmore, n.d. ALS
Folder 4: The Riker Conference, University of Rochester, October 12-13, 1990
1. Correspondence and details
2. List of attendees
Folder 5: Papers presented at The Riker Conference, University of Rochester, October 12-13, 1990
Folder 6: Conference at the University of Rochester, September 1990
1. Issues, Dimensions and Change in Post-War Democracies by Ian Budge, University of Essex, Colchester, England, presented at the University of Rochester, September 19, 1990
2. Summary of Budge's presentation, sent to Riker by Bill ??
3. Manuscript notes
Folder 7: Conference on the History of Game Theory, Duke University, October 5-6, 1990
Box 14: Conferences continued
Folder 1: Conference on the History of Game Theory, Duke University, October 5-6, 1990
1. Papers from Conference
Folder 2: Biennial Conference of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric, September 25-29, 1991
1. Letter to Riker from Nancy S. Struever, February 13, 1991
2. Letter to Conference Participants, July 22, 1991
3. Map of Johns Hopkins Campus
4. Abstracts
5. Notes
Folder 3: Agenda Formation Project, 1991
1. Letter to Ted Carmines from Riker, re: tentative plans for the conference, April 2, 1991
2. Tentative schedule
3. Letter to Riker from Ian Budge, May 14, 1991, 2p ALS
4. Comments for Agenda Formation Project Meeting, June 20-22, 1991, 3p (2 copies)
5. List of participants for the conference
6. Agenda Formation and Cabinet Government by Michael Laver and Kenneth A. Shepsle with manuscript comments (1991)
Folder 4: John M. Olin Foundation Conference on the Law and Economics of UrbanIssues, University of Virginia School of Law, November 8-9, 1991
1. Gillette, Clayton P. In Partial Praise of Dillon's Rule, or, Can Public Choice Theory Explain Local Government Law?
2. Olsen, E. O. Is Rent Control Good Social Policy?
3. Schill, Michael H. Deconstructing the Inner City Poor
4. Sischel, William A. Exploring the Kozinski Paradox: Why is More Efficient Regulation a Taking of Property?
Folder 5: Federalising Europe? The Costs, Benefits and Preconditions of FederalPolitical Systems, Centre for European Studies, Nuffield College, Oxford, England November 21-23, 1991
1. Conference agenda
2. Riker's manuscript notes
3. Conference papers
Folder 6: University of Washington Colloquium series: Democracy, Markets andEconomic Development, Fall and Winter 1991-1992.
Folder 7: The Dynamics of American Politics: Approaches and Interpretations February 20-22, 1992 University of Colorado at Boulder
Folder 8: Liberalism and the Economic Order, a conferences sponsored by the Social Philosophy and Policy Center, Bowling Green State University, Ohio, April 9-11, 1992
1. Letter to Riker from Kory. J. Tilgner, Business Manager, April 4, 1991, 1p TLS
2. Letter to Riker from Tilgner, May 10, 1991, 2p TLS
Folder 9: Invitation to attend a Liberty Fund colloquium on "Economic and Political Liberty in the Jacksonian Era" to be held in Indianapolis, April 29- May 2, 1993, to Riker from Jennifer Roback, June 4, 1992, 2p TLS
Folder 10: W. Allen Wallis Institute of Political Economy Inaugural Conference, December 1992
1. The Political Economy of Transportation: Liberalization and Property Rights by William H. Riker and David L. Weimer
2. The Politics and Economics of Budget Deficit Control by Edward Gramlich
3. The Economics and Politics of Regulation: Perspectives, Agenda and Approaches by David P. Baron
4. Law, Legislation and Positive Political Theory by John Ferejohn
5. Politics and Trade Policy by Raymond Riezman and John Douglas Wilson
Folder 11: Mont Pelerin Society Regional Meeting: Liberty's New Frontiers" September 5-8, 1993
1. Letter to Riker from Donald Stewart, Jr. March 1, 1993 1p TLS
2. Program
Folder 12: Misc. Conference correspondence
Box 15: Political Science 501 (Comparative Property Rights Project, 1992)
Folder 1: Memos
1. Political Science 501: Political Economy of Property Rights I, Fall 1992, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:15 to 4:00 pm, Harkness 112
2. Checklist of Considerations for Research on Property Rights, 6p
3. Memo from Lorene Allio re: Suggestions for Spring Semester, December 10, 1992, 3p
4. Memo from Brendan Kiernan re: Second Semester, December 22, 1992,1p
5. Memo from Daniel Diermeier re: Second Semester, n.d. 2p
6. Memo from Tamas Fellegi re: Spring Semester, January 5, 1993
7. Memo to CPR Fellows from Bill and Dave re: Considerations in Organizing for the Spring Semester, January 16, 1993, 5p typescript, notes on back of last page in Riker's hand.
8. Research Proposal for the Property Rights Project, written by Daniel Diermeier, January 25, 1993
9. Memorandum to Property Rights Seminar [participants] from Lori Allio re: Potential Research Designs, January 25, 1993, 2p TL
10. Proposal for Research by Steve Lewis, January 26, 1993, 3p
11. Enforcement by Joel Ericson, January 26, 1993, 4p
12. Research Design from Tamas, January 26, 1993, 2p TL
13. Memo from Lori Allio re: Property Rights Status of Light Industrial SOE- 1989, February 17, 1993, 2p
14. Property Rights of State-Owned Enterprises in China by Steve Lewis, February 17, 1993, 2p
15. Note to Riker from Steve Lewis re: Address change, March 31, 1993
Folder 2: non-dated Memos
Folder 3: Papers from CPR project Participants
1. Letter from Ewa Hauser to Riker, January 14, 1992, 1p TLS (3p resume attached)
2. Transformation of the Socialist Legal System and Evolution of Property Rights in Soviet Industry by Thomas M. Kruessmann, Dec. 8, 1992
3. Go Faster on Russian Reform New York Times article, Dec. 7, 1992
4. Research Foundation of SUNY Grant proposal, Apr. 27, 1992
5. The Impact of Redistribution of Property Rights on Political Institutions by Mariusz Mark Dobek, n.d.
6. Swords into Plowshares?: Defense Industries and Three Legislative Politics of Economic Reform in Russia, Ukraine, and the United States by Brendan Kiernan (for Postdoc Fellowship), Nov. 19, 1992
7. Wallis Conference Presentation, n.d.
8. The Political Economy of Transformation: Liberalization and Property Rights by Riker and David L. Weimer, Nov. 1992
9. Handwritten Notes
10. Privatization and Economic Reform by Allio, Dobek, and Weimer
11. Handwritten Notes
12. Letter to D. Wiemer from Thomas M. Kruessmann, n.d., 1p TL (pages 34-47 attached of a paper)
13. The Model of Privatization in Poland chart
14. Gimme Shock Treatment: The Design and Implementation of Poland's Two Step Economic Program, by Lorene Allio, n.d.
15. The Political Economy of Privatization in Post-Communist and Reforming Communist States sponsored by the Thomas J. Watson Jr. Institute for International Studies and the Center for Comparative Study of Development, March 22, 1992
16. Packet of Tables
Folder 4:
1. The Emerging Property Rights System in Poland by Lerene Allio, n.d.
2. The End of the Soviet Era: Electoral and Legislative Politics and the Demise of the CPSU by Brendan Kiernan, n.d.
3. The Politics of the Czech and Slovak Republics, 1948-1992 (rough draft) by Marius Mark Dobek, n.d.
4. The Politics of the Czech and Slovak Republics, 1948-1992 by Mariusz Mark Dobek
5. Bound to Change: Consolidating Democracy in East Central Europe edited by Peter M. E. Volten (attached to above)
Folder 5:
1. The Political Consequences of Instrument Design: The Case of Privatization in Eastern Europe by Lerene Allio, Mariusz Mark Dobek, and David L. Weimer
2. Worksheet – Bargaining
3. Letter from Jeff Burds to David, September 16, 1992, 1p TLS (Russian Studies Book Requests attached)
4. Uncertainty in the Transition: Post-Communism in Hungary by Valerie Bunce, Aug. 1, 1992
5. The International Monetary Fund and The World Bank From Past to Future by James W. Fitzgerald, 1992
Folder 6: Papers from CPR project participants continued:
1. The Market for Property Rights in Old Regime France and England by Hilton L. Root
2. Regime Transformation in Hungry, 1988-1990 (Background Paper) by Tamas L. Fellegi
Folder 7: Papers used in research for the CPR project
1. "Udokan Mine Wins Huge Copper Rights,"Wall Street Journal article, Jan. 18, 1993
2. Table from Can Neoclassical Economics Underpin the Reform of Centrally Planned Economics?, n.d.
3. "21 Months of 'Shock Therapy' Has Brought Poland's Economy Back to Life," New York Times article, Dec. 17, 1992
4. Memorandum to Property Rights Seminar from Lori Allio, November 9, 1992, 1p TL ( The Decline and Renewal of the Polish Political Economy: a background memorandum attached)
5. The Economist Dec. 5-11, 1992
6. Riker Register homepage
Series 3: Writings by Riker (Both Published and Unpublished papers. Items without bibliographic data are typescripts.)
Box 16: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically)
Folder:
1. "Job Evaluation/Analysis" papers (1943)
2. "The Firing of Pat Jackson" (Inter-University Case Program: Cases in Public Administration and Policy Formation) (1951)
3. "Forecasting for the Book Paper Industry" (1953) w/ notes and graphs
4. "In Pursuance Thereof" (1953) w/ correspondence
5. "The Politics of Federalism in the Nineteenth Century and Today" (1953)
6. "Sidney George Fisher and the Separation of Powers During the Civil War" Journal of the History of Ideas, June 1954, p.397-412 with correspondence and notes.
7. "Humanism and the Humanities" with corr. (1955)
8. "A Note on the Conception of National Power in 1792" (1955)
9. "Political Lexicon" with corr. (1955-56)
10. "Study of Local Politics" -- Draft and Correspondence (1955-1959) Book
11. "The Senate and American Federalism" (1955)
Box 17:
Folder:
1. "A Method on Deciding on Party Affiliation in Multi-Party Legislatures" with notes and corr. (1956)
2. Party Affiliates, 1956
Events and Situations (1957)
"Events and Situations," Journal of Philosophy, January 31, 1957, p. 57-70.
"Events and Situations," Reprinted from the Journal of Philosophy, January 31, 1957
Correspondence re: Events and Situations
3. "Generalizations about Events" correspondence (1957)
4. Causes of Events (1957)
5. "Dutch and American Federalism," Journal of the History of Ideas, October 1957, p. 495-521.
Box 18: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Folder:
1. "Causes of Events" notes
2. "Contributions of Game Theory to Political Theory" with corr. (1958)
3. "Presidents and Primaries: An Essay About the Political Effect of Federalism on the Separation of Powers," with corr. (1958)
4. "Unique Events and General Sentences" (1958)
5. "The Paradox of Voting and Congressional Rules for Voting on Amendments" (1958)
6. "A Note on the Numerology in "The Twelve Days of Christmas, Journal of American Folklore," 1959 p. 348
7. "A Test of The Adequacy of the Power Index," reprinted from BehavioralScience (April 1959) with Correspondence
8. "A Method of Measuring the Significance of Roll Calls in Voting Bodies" with corr. (1959)
9. "Forster's Gloss on Plato's Republic" with corr. (1959)
10. "A Note on Numerology in The Twelve Days of Christmas" with corr. (1959)
11. A Measure of Group Influences on the Behavior of Congressmen (1959-1960)
12. "Talleyrand: A Game of Coalitions" with corr. (1959-60)
13. "Chapter III: On Power" (draft, 1961)
14. "A Note on the Meaning and Measurement of Influence or Power" with corr. 1961)
15. "Voting and the Summation of Preferences: An Interpretive Bibliographical Review of Selected Developments During the Last Decade" (1961)
16. "The Stability of Coalitions on Roll Calls in the House of Representatives" with notes and corr. (1962)
Box 19: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Folder:
1. "The Theory of Political Coalitions" with notes and reviews (1962)
2. "Reapportionment – Rochester Monroe County" with notes and corr. (1962-64)
3. "Massive Retaliation in an Expanded Prisoners' Dilemma Game: Comments on the Suez Crisis" (1964) Prisoner's Dilemma cards
4. "Some Ambiguities in the Notion of Power" (1964)
5. Experiments on Coalition Formation in Three Person Games with notes and corr. (1964)
6. "Mathematical Models in Political Science" Lecture at Smith College with corr. (1964)
7. "Anonymity and Rationality in the Essential Three Person Game" HumanRelations: Studies towards the Integration of the Social Sciences (May 1964) p. 131-141.
8. "Arrow's Theorem and Some Examples of the Paradox of Voting" with notes and corr. (1965)
9. "The Changing Form of American Federalism" Lecture notes and pamphlet (1966)
10. "A New Proof of the Size Principle" with corr. (1966) and "Comment on the Debate over Riker's 'Size Principle'" by Richard McKelvey and Richard Smith
11. "Experimental Verification of Two Theories about N-person Games" with corr. (1967)
12. "Bargaining in a Three – Person Game" (1967)
13. "A Theory of the Calculus of Voting" with notes and corr. (1968)
14. Second NSF Grant including "Summary of a Research Proposal to the NSF" and Final Report on NSF Grant" (1968)
15. "Coalitions" with corr. (1968)
16. "Weighted Voting: A Mathematical Analysis for the Instrumental Judgments" with corr. (1968)
Box 20: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Folder:
1. "Rational Behaviour in Politics: Evidence from a Three-Person Game" (1970) by Riker and William James Zavonia. The American Political Science Review, March 1970.
Reprinted from the American Political Science Review, March 1970.
2. "Federalism: Bibliographic Essay for the Handbook of Political Science" (September 1970)
3. Final draft of "Rational Behaviour in Politics: Evidence from a Three-Person Game" (1970) by Riker and William James Zavonia
4. Draft and notes about "A Theory of the Number of Political Parties: The Case of India," by Riker, Peter C. Ordeshook and Kul B. Rai
Correspondence about of "A Theory of the Number of Political Parties: The Case of India"
Letter from Howard Rosenthal, Carnegie-Mellon University, to Peter Ordeshook, March 16, 1970, TLS, 7p.
Letter from Nelson W. Polsby, Managing Editor of the American Political Science Review, to William H. Riker, August 4, 1970, TLS, 2p.
1. Reply from Riker to Polsby, August 19, 1970, TL (copy), 7p.
2. Reply from Polsby to Riker, August 25, 1970, TLS, 2p.
5 Anonymous reviews of the draft
Letter from Riker to Polsby, October 7, 1970, TL (copy) 1p.
1. Revised draft enclosed
Letter from Polsby to Riker, November 24, 1970, TLS, 1p.
1. Comment on paper by anonymous author enclosed
Letter From Riker to Polsby, December 7, 1970, TL (copy) 1p.
5. "Models of Coalition Formation in Voting Bodies" and "A Weighted Probability Model of Coalition Formation" with notes and corr. (1972)
6. "An Introduction to Positive Political Theory" with correspondence and review (1973)
Box 21: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Folder:
1. "The Paradox of Vote-Trading" with corr. (1973)
2. Rochester Review, Spring 1975
"What the University's Trustees Should Know for the Future: The First Seminar," William H. Riker, p.12
3. "The Politics of Economics," Lecture at the Graduate School of Business at the University of Chicago with pamphlets and slides (1975)
4. "Is Politics a Game?" presented by Riker at a conference on Mathematics in the Social Sciences, Southern Illinois University, April 1974
Correspondence:
Letter from Roy E. Miller to Riker, June 12, 1974 with attached draft of paper
Letter from Miller to Riker, October 22, 1974
Letter to Riker from Miller, February 4, 1975
Reply to Miller from Riker, February 12, 1975 with attached revisions
Letter to Riker from Miller, February 17, 1978
5. 1975 Congressional record; "The Economic Planning Proposal; National Economic Planning – Once More"; Newspaper clippings, re: Economic Planning
6. Drafts of "Politics of Planning," with Liberty Fund, Inc. conference roster (1975-76)
7. Final Draft: "Bureaucratic Central Planning and American Federalism," with critiques (1976)
Box 22: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Folder:
1. "The Choice of Voting Systems" by Riker and Niemi (1976)
2. "The Future of Freedom in the United States," speech at Grove City College with corr. (1976)
3. "Municipal Zoning and Real Estate Markets" by Riker, Maser, and Rosett (1977)
4. "The Effects of Zoning and Externalities on the Price of Land: An Empirical Analysis of Monroe County, New York" (1977) (see Box on zoning)
5. "The Future of a Science of Politics" (1977)
6. "Political Trust as a Rational Choice" with articles and corr. (1977)
7. "Project '87: Application for a Grant-in-Aid of Research (Category II)," with brochures and corr. (1977-79)
8. "Democracy" entry in an Encyclopedia (1978-1979)
9. "A Confrontation Between the Theory of Social Choice and the Theory of Democracy" Discussion Paper No. 7802 (August 1978)
10. "Comment: Is 'A New and Superior Process' Really Superior?" Discussion Paper No. 7810 (October 1978) and (1979)
11. Response to Tullock and Tideman with Correspondence (1978)
12. Correspondence re: Tullock and Tideman (1979)
13. "Why Wollheim's Paradox is not a Paradox of Democracy" (1978)
Box 23: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Folder:
1. "Paradox of Vote-Trading Cardinal Utilities for Outcomes on Motions," overhead transparencies (no date)
2. "Implications from the Disequilbrium of Majority Rule for the Study of Institutions" Discussion Paper No. 7905 (September 1979) and (1980)
3. "The Relation Between Structure and Stability in Federal Governments" by Riker and Jonathan Lemco, Discussion Paper No. 8005 (March 1980)
4. "Reply to Ordeshook and Rae," reprinted from The American Political Science Review (June 1980)
5. "A Political Theory of Regulation with Some Observations on Railway Abandonments," Public Policy Analysis (1981) Discussion Paper No. 8008, by Riker and Richard P. Barke, University of Houston (March 1981)
6. "Why Wollheim's Paradox is not a Paradox of Democracy" with articles and corr. (1981)
7. "An Assessment of the Merits of Selective Nuclear Proliferation," Journal ofConflict Resolution, Bruce Bueno de Mesquita and Riker, June 1982 p. 283-306.
8. "The Heresthetics of Constitution-Making: The Presidency in 1787, with Comments on Determinism and Rational Choice" – Presidential Address, American Political Science Association, 1983
9. "Comments on "Case Studies and Theories of organizational Decision Making," Advances in Information Processing in Organizations" (1985)
10. "The Paradox of Democratic Representation: Accountability Section" by Riker and Powell, (1985)
11. "Farquharson and Fenno: Sophisticated Voting and Home Style" by Riker, Arthur Denzau and Kenneth Shepsle (1985)
12. "The Lessons of 1787" with notes, newspaper clipping, and corr. (1986) Public Choice 55: 5-34 (1987)
13. "The First Power Index" Social Choice and Welfare, 3:4 (1986)
Box 24: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Folder:
1. "The Strategy of Ratification" with notes, articles, and corr. (1987)
2. "The Strategy of Ratification," final copies with corrections (1987)
3. "The Strategy of Ratification" (1987)
4. "The Strategy of Ratification" (1987)
5. "Plurality and Runoff Systems and Numbers of Candidates" with "Making Multicandidate Elections More Democratic" by Samuel Merril and corr. (1987)
Box 25: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Folder:
1. "Birth of a Nation," Reason: Free Minds and Free Markets p. 41-44 (January 1987)
2. "Political Science and Rational Choice" with corr. (1987)
3. "Civil Rights and Property Rights" with notes (1987)
4. Notes (n.d.)
5. "Asymmetric Information and the Coherence of Legislation" by Riker and David Austen-Smith American Political Science Review 81:3, September 1987.
6. "Social Choice Theory and the Rational for Limited Government," written for the Tocqueville Forum at Wake Forest University, 1988
7. "The Demand for and Supply of Institutional Arrangements" by David Feeny and "Economic Liberties and the Constitution's Procedural and Substantive Constraints on the Political Branches" by Peter H. Aranson for Riker to look over with corr. re: "Civil Liberties and Property Rights" (1986-88)
8. "Constitutional Regulation of Legislative Choice: The Political Consequences of Judicial Deference to Legislatures" by Riker and Weingast (1988)
9. "Political Cleverness and Political Success: The Story of a Killer Amendment" (June 1989)
Box 26:
Folder:
1. "Heresthetic and Rhetoric in the Spatial Model" with notes (1990)
2. "Heresthetic and Rhetoric in the Spatial Model" with correspondence (1990)
3. "Uncertainty and the New Institutionalism: The Existence of a Structure-Induced Equilibrium" by Enelow and Hinich (1990)
4. "Political Science at the University of Rochester: Looking to the Future" March 11, 1991
5. "Why Self-Interest is an Empty Concept Outside of a Social Context; Cultural Constraints on the Construction of 'Self' and 'Interest'," with corr. (1991-92)
6. "The Political Psychology of Rational Choice Theory" with corr. (1992-93)
7. "Common Property and Private Property: The Case of Air Slots," by Riker and Itai Sened (1991-1992) Two Copies typescript, one reprint from the American Journal of Political Science, November 1991, p. 951-969.
Box 27: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Folder:
1. "The Justification of Bicameralism" with graphs and corr. (1991-92)
2. "The Experience of Creating Institutions: The Framing of the United States Constitution" with manuscript draft (1992)
3. "The Assumption of Rationality in Political Theory" with corrections (n.d.)
4. "The Entry of Game Theory into Political Science" (n.d.)
5. "Equality" (n.d.)
6. "Heresthetic and Rhetoric in the Spatial Model" (n.d.)
7. "On the Irrelevance of the Origin of Institutions: An Essay on the Invention of Centralized Federalism" (n.d.)
8. "The Justification of Bicameralism" (n.d.)
9. "A Mathematical Theory of Political Coalitions," lecture (n.d.)
10. "The Nature of Trust" with manuscript comments (n.d.)
11. "Plurality and Runoff Systems and Numbers of Candidates" (n.d.)
12. "Robert Yates in the Constitutional Convention" with manuscript notes (n.d.)
13. "Motives for Constitutional Revision" (n.d.)
14. Graduation Speech (n.d)
15. Speech? and transparencies (misc?)
Box 28: Writings by William H. Riker (arranged chronologically) continued
Folder:
1. "Teddy Roosevelt in Local Politics" (n.d.)
2. "Theories in Political Science" (n.d.)
3. "Three-Person Coalitions in Three-Person Games: Experimental Verification of the Theory of Games" (n.d.) (two copies)
4. "Trust as an Alternative to Coercion" (n.d.)
5. "The Uses of Game Theory in Political Science," manuscript (n.d.)
6. "The Interpretation and Misinterpretation of Election Outcomes" (1975)
7. "A Confrontation between the Theory of Democracy and the Theory of Social Science: A Paper Presented for Delivery on the Occasion of the Five Hundredth Anniversary of Uppsala University" (n.d.)
8. "The Interpretation of Democracy and the Theory of Social Choice" (n.d.)
9. "The Office of the Dean of Graduate Studies and the Quality of Graduate Education," 13p manuscript, (n.d.)
10. "Collective Choice: Report of the Working Group on Collective Choice to the Committee on Basic Research in the Behavioral and Social Sciences," by Riker, James Coleman, Bernard Grofman, Michael Hechter, John Ledyard, Charles Plott and Kenneth Shepsle (n.d.)
11. "The Ferment of the Fifties and the Development of Rational Choice Theory" (n.d.)
12. "What if Elbridge Gerry Had Been More Rational and Less Patriotic?" (n.d.)
13. Talk about "How to Listen to the National Conventions" (n.d.)
14. Typescript, no title
15. "Federalism and Cities" (n.d.)
16. "Public Safety as a Public Good" (n.d.)
17. "A Modest Proposal" (n.d)
18. "A Note on Approval Voting" with correspondence and research, (n.d.)
19. "Federalism" chapter from a book (n.d.)
20. Research Note: "The Number of Political Parties: A Reexamination of Duverger's Law," part of a book? (n.d.)
21. "The Significance of the Paradox of Voting for the Interpretation of Institutions," typescript (n.d.)
22. "The A Priori Frequency of the Paradox of Voting," 2 typescript copies (n.d.)
Box 29: Notes and Data on Rhetorical Interaction in the Ratification Campaign
Folder:
1. Notes and Photocopies
2. Notes
3. Data Sets
4. Data Sets
5. Data Sets
6. Data
Box 30:
Folder:
1. Correspondence re: Draft (arranged chronologically)
1. Letter to Saul Cornell from Riker, March 26, 1987 1p TLS
2. Letter to Cornell from Riker, April 7, 1987, 1p TLS
3. Letter to Riker from Stephen Skowronek, September 14, 1988
4. Letter to John Kaminski from Riker, September 13, 1989, 1p TL
5. Draft Letter to Skowronek from Riker, October 19, 1990, 1p TL
6. Letter to Marjorie Woods from Riker, February 28, 1991, 1p ALS
7. Letter to William Mitchell from Riker, February 28, 1991, 1p ALS
8. Letter to Morris Fiorina from Riker, February 28, 1991, 1p ALS
9. Letter to Kenneth Shepsle from Riker, February 28, 1991, 1p ALS
10. Letter to Calmen Jillson from Riker, February 28, 1991, 1p ALS
11. Letter to Frank Bumgartner from Riker, February 28, 1991, 1p ALS
12. Letter to Bob Harriman from Riker, February 28, 1991, 1p ALS
13. Letter to John Petrovich from Riker, February 28, 1991, 1p ALS
14. Letter to George Rabinowitz from Riker, February 28, 1991, 1p ALS
15. Letter to James Stimson from Riker, February 28, 1991, 1p ALS
16. Letter to John Kaminski from Riker, February 28, 1991, 1p ALS
17. Letter to Wayne Folds from Riker, February 28, 1991, 1p ALS
18. Letter to Tom Hahn from Riker, February 28, 1991, 1p ALS
19. Letter to Riker from Frank Baumgartner, March 6, 1991, 2p TLS
20. Letter to Riker from Bryan Jones, March 26, 1991, 1p TLS
21. Letter to Bryan Jones from Riker, April 3, 1991, 1p TLS
22. Letter to Riker from Bob Hariman, July 18, 1991, 2p TLS
2. Draft of Rhetorical Interaction of the Campaigns, October 4, 1990 with comments
3. Draft of Rhetorical Interaction of the Campaigns, February 1991
4. Working Copy of Rhetorical Interaction in the Ratification Campaign, used by Randall Calvert's class to clarify errors, 1993
5. Bound copy of Rhetorical Interaction in the Ratification Campaign, 1993
6. Comment: Riker's Rhetoric of Ratification reprinted from Studies in PoliticalDevelopment, 5 (Fall 1991) 284-292.
Box 31:
Folder:
1. Edited copy of Rhetorical Interaction in the Ratification Campaign, April 1993, Chapters 1-7
2. Edited copy of Rhetorical Interaction in the Ratification Campaign, April 1993, Chapters 8-17
3. Clean copy of Rhetorical Interaction in the Ratification Campaign, April 1993, Chapters 1-7
4. Clean copy of Rhetorical Interaction in the Ratification Campaign, April 1993, Chapters 8-18
Box 32: Draft of Rhetorical Interaction in the Ratification Campaign
Folder:
1. Chapter 2: An Outline of the Ratification Campaign
2. Chapter 3: Data and Methods for the Study of Campaigns
3. Chapter 4: Campaign Themes
4. Chapter 5: The Utility of Negative Themes
5. Chapter 6: Rhetorical Interaction in the Campaigns
6. Chapter 7: A Model of Debate
7. Chapter 8: Evidence About Dominance and Dispersion
8. Chapter 9: Contemporary Evidence about the Dominance and Dispersion Principles
9. Chapter 10: The Agenda of Ratification
10. Chapter 11: Nationalist Domination in the Congresses of the 1780s
11. Chapter 12: Nationalist Domination in the Selection of Delegates to the Philadelphia Convention
12. Chapter 13: The Nationalist Strategy for Ratification
13. Chapter 14: Massachusetts: The Federalist Coalition Expands
14. Chapter 15: Federalist Regain Momentum
Box 33: Draft of Rhetorical Interaction in the Ratification Campaign Continued
Folder:
1. Chapter 16: Virginia and the Failure of Antifederalism
2. Chapter 17: New York: Federalists Outflank Antifederalism
3. Chapter 18: Rhetoric and Heresthetic
4. Tables
5. Tables
6. Chapter 1: Introduction: The Core of Campaigning: Rhetoric and Heresthetic
Box 34:
Folder:
1. Draft of "Why Negative Campaigning is Rational: The Rhetoric of the Ratification Campaign of 1787-1788," 1 August 1989
1. Comments on draft by ?? and Carl
2. Draft of "Why Negative Campaigning is Rational: The Rhetoric of the Ratification Campaign of 1787-1788," 1 March 1990
3. Draft of "Why Negative Campaigning is Rational: The Rhetoric of the Ratification Campaign of 1787-1788," 1 March 1990, with corrections
4. "Why Negative Campaigning is Rational: The Rhetoric of the Ratification Campaign of 1787-1788," reprinted from Studies in Political Development, 5 (Fall 1991) 224-283.
Series 4: Reviews of Other Scholar's writings by Riker (Arranged Chronologically)
Box 35:Reviews by Riker (includes correspondence and clippings)
Folder 1: 1965
1. Review article: "Theory and Science in the Study of Politics: A Review (of "The Pure Theory of Politics" by Bertrand de Jouvenel) reprinted from The Journal of Conflict Resolution (September 1965).
Folder 2: 1969
1. Review article: "Six Books in Search of a Subject or Does Federalism Exist and Does It Matter?" Reprinted from Comparative Politics (1969).
Folder 3: 1969 (1 of 2)
1. Review of NSF proposal, "A Theory of Leadership: The Supply of Collective Goods" by Norman Frohlich, Joe A. Oppenheimer and Oran R. Young, November 21, 1969
Folder 3a: 1969 (2 of 2)
1. Review of NSF proposal, "A Theory of Leadership: The Supply of Collective Goods" by Norman Frohlich, Joe A. Oppenheimer and Oran R. Young, November 21, 1969
Folder 4: 1972
1. Review of NSF proposal, "Toward a More General Exchange Theory of Politics" submitted by the Department of Government, University of Texas, February 14, 1972
Folder 5: 1972
1. Review of NSF proposal, "Studies in Voting Theory," submitted by Jerry S. Kelly, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Syracuse University, 1972
Folder 6: 1972
1. Review of Application for Research Grant for "Perceptions of the Federal System in Austria," submitted by Frederick C. Engelmann, 1972
Folder 7: 1972
1. Review of "Secession Threat as a Redressive Mechanism in Nigerian Federalism" for Publius, 1972
Folder 8: 1973
Review of NSF proposal, "Economic Models of Neighborhoods and Political Jurisdictions," by Bryan Ellickson
Letter to Riker from James H. Blackman, May 2, 1973, 1p TLS
Riker's Review of the proposal, June 21, 1973, 2p TLS (2 copies)
Folder 9: 1975
1. "The Ideology of A Time to Choose," Review of A Time to Choose for the Foundation for Research in Economics and Education and the Institute for Contemporary Studies
1. Correspondence re: A Time to Choose
i. Letter to Riker from Armen A. Alchian, December 17, 1974, 3p TLS.
ii. Letter to Alchian from Riker, January 9, 1975, 1p. TL
Draft of Riker's Review enclosed
iii. Letter to Riker from A. Lawrence Chickering, January 17, 1975, 1p TLS
iv. Letter to Riker from Alchian, February 6, 1975, 1p TLS
v. Letter to Riker from Chickering, February 18, 1975, 1p TLS
1. Newspaper clipping, "Wrong Goals in Energy Research" by Ronald Ragan Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, May 2, 1975
Folder 10: 1979
1. Review of "A Calculus of Group Membership" for the American Political Science Review, August 1979
Folder 11: 1982
1. Review of "A Comparative Analysis of Direct Democracy, Two Candidate Elections, and Three Candidate Elections in an Experimental Environment" for the APSR, September 1982
Folder 12: 1986
1. Manuscript Evaluation of "A Social Choice Model of Politics in the Continental Congress: Insights into the Demise of an Institution," August 1986
1. Letter to Riker from Charles O. Jones, Co-Editor of Legislative Quarterly, August 12, 1986, 1p TLS
3. Review of NEH proposal for establishment of the Center for the Study of the American Constitution at University of Wisconsin, Madison
1. Letter to Riker from Dorothy Wartenberg, Assistant Director, Interpretive Research Program, NEH, October 6, 1986, 1p TLS
2. NEH Application
3. Riker's Evaluation
5. Letter to Lawrence J. Malley from Riker, University of Illinois Press, November 3, 1986, 4p TL
6. Manuscript Review of "Coalition Politics and the Making of the Presidency, 1787," September 1986
1. Letter to Riker from Dean E. Mann, Editor of Western Political Quarterly, November 20, 1986, 1p TLS
8. Review of "Paradox Lost: Condorcet's Theory of Elections" for the American Political Science Review
1. Letter to Riker from Samuel C. Patterson, Managing Editor, American Political Science Review, December 12, 1986, 1p TLS
Folder 13: 1987
1. Letter to Lewis Bateman from Riker re: "When Vision Fails" by Wayne D. Fields, February 17, 1987, 2p TL
2. Letter to Riker from Zachary Rolnik re: Principles of Public Choice by Gordon Tullock, February 19, 1987, 1p TLS
a. Manuscript
b. Letter to Zachary Rolnik from Riker, March 10, 1987, 2p TL
4. NSF Proposal Evaluation of "Rationality of Collective Political Action" by Edward N. Muller, March 25, 1987
5. Letter to Riker from Naomi Schneider, University of California Press, re: "Principles of Group Solidarity," February 10, 1987, 1p TLS
a. Reply to Naomi Schneider from Riker April 7, 1987, 2p TL
7. Letter to Riker from John Aldrich and John Sullivan, Editors, American Journal of Political Science, June 9, 1987, 1p TLS
8. Letter to Riker from Sue E. Factor, Executive Editor of the Hoover Institution Press, re: "We the People" by Richard Burress, September 23, 1987, 1p TLS
a. Reply to Factor from Riker, October 2, 1987, 2p TL
10. Letter to Riker fro Zachary Rolnik re: The Unidimensional Congress by Poole and Rosenthal, July 27, 1987, 1p TLS
a. Reply to Rolnik from Riker, October 9, 1987, 2p TL
b. Manuscript copy
12. Letter to Riker from Colin Day, Editorial Director, Cambridge University Press, re: Borda and Condorcet translations, October 27, 1987, 1p TL
a. Reply to Day from Riker, October 30, 1987, 2p TL
Box 36: Reviews by Riker (includes correspondence and clippings)
Folder 1: 1988 (January-March)
1. Letter to Bill Flanigan and Nancy Zingale from Riker, re: "Patters of Representation in the Senate and the House of Representatives Since 1789," January 15, 1988, 2p TLS
a. Draft of "Patterns of Representation in the Senate and the House of Representatives Since 1789"
3. Manuscript Evaluation of "The Dialectical Logic of Thucydides' Melian Dialogue" for the American Political Science Review, January 1988
a. Manuscript
Folder 1a: 1988 (January- March)
1. Letter to Riker from Jennifer Roback, December 14, 1987, 1p TLS
a. Reply to Roback from Riker, January 19, 1988, 4p TLS
b. Manuscript "A Public Choice Perspective on the Coming of the Civil War" (Formerly Titled "The Tragedy of the Commons and the Coming of the Civil War") by Jennifer Roback
3. Letter to Riker from Sanford G. Thatcher, Editor in Chief, Princeton University Press, re: "Making Multicandidate Elections More Democratic," by Samuel Merrill, December 14, 1987
a. Reply to Thatcher, February 12, 1988
5. Letter to Riker from Mark Woolcock, Research Grants Board Secretariat for the Economic and Social Research Council, London re: translation of Borda and Condorcet's works, February 18, 1988, 1p TLS
a. Proposal
b. Riker's review of the proposal
7. Letter to Riker from Samuel C. Paterson (APSR) re: "Condorcet's Theory of Voting ," March 3, 1988, 1p TLS
a. Review of Condorcet's "Theory of Voting"
b. Manuscript copy
9. NSF Review of "Strategic Party Competition" by Norman Schofield, April 3, 1988
Folder 2: 1988 (May–December)
1. Letter to Cecil L. Eubanks and Ronald E. Weber, Editors, the Journal of Politics, from Riker re: "Persuasion, Manipulation and Dimension," May 18, 1988
a. Review of "Persuasion, Manipulation and Dimension"
b. Manuscript copy of "Persuasion, Manipulation and Dimension"
3. Letter to Riker from David W. Rohde, Editor, American Journal of Political Science, re: "A Fat Lady in a Corset," May 20, 1988
a. Manuscript
b. Riker's Review of "A Fat Lady in a Corset"
Folder 3: 1991
1. Letter to James V. Capua from Edwin J. Feulner, Jr., President of the Heritage Foundation, re: Proposal for US Congress Assessment Project, July 12, 1991, 2p TLS
a. Proposal
b. Letter to Riker from William T. Alpert, August 13, 1991, 2p TLS
c. Reply to Alpert from Riker, August 23, 1991, 3p TL
3. Letter to Riker from Michael Detlefsen, Editor, Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic re: "The Difference Model of Voting," July 31, 1991
a. Manuscript of "The Difference Model of Voting"
Folder 4: 1992:
1. Letter to Riker from Israel Pecht, Chairman of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities re: Basic Research Foundation proposal, March 11, 1992
a. Proposal (in Hebrew)
3. Letter to Riker from Erik van der Linden re: "A Game Theoretical Study of 'Duverger's Law'," April 23, 1992, 1p TLS
a. Reviews attached
4. Letter to Riker from Albert Weale, British Journal of Political Science re: "The Heresthetics of Political Stability: Richard Seddon and the Art of Majority Rule" by Jack Nagel, July 24, 1992 1p TLS
a. Review of Nagel
b. Manuscript
6. Letter to Walter J. Stone from Riker, July 28, 1992, 1p TL
7. Letter to Riker from Scott Parris, September 29, 1992, 1p TLS with attached fax sheet
a. Reply to Parris from Riker, October 9, 1992, 1p TL
Folder 5: Non-dated material:
1. Manuscript Review of "Madisonian Wisdom, Mathematical Voting Power and 'Chaos' in Presidential Elections: the MVP System" by A. Natapoff
2. Manuscript Evaluation of "A Resource Allocation Perspective on the Problem of Minority Power and American Political Institutions"
Folder 6: "Comments on Vincent Ostrom's Paper" (n.d.)
Box 37: Comments on Other's Writings made by Riker continued
Folder:
1. "History Proves Capitalism No Paper Tiger," By Riker, review of "How the West Grew Rich" by Nathan Rosenberg and L.E. Birdzell, Jr. (February 19, 1986)
2. "Six Books in Search of a Subject or Does Federalism Exist and Does it Matter?" by Riker with corr. (1969)
3. "Comment on Hardin's "Hollow Victory: The Minimum Winning Coalition" to the Editor with corr. (1977)
4. "American Political Science Review" Reviews (1967-68)
5. "Comment on Baker, 'Direct Democracy and Interest Groups'" with article and corr. (1992)
6. John C. Blydenburgh's "The Closed Rule and The Paradox of Voting" with notes and corr. (1977)
7. "Comments on Butterworth, 'A research Note on the Size of Winning Coalitions'" with article (n.d.)
8. Partha Chatterjee's "On the Scientific Study of Politics: A Review of the Positivist Method" and "Thinking About Ideology; In Search of an Analytical Framework" with corr. from Ricker to Chatterjee (1978)
9. "Bertrand de Jouvenel" Review (1965)
10. "Manipulation of Voting Schemes: A General Result" and "Moral Judgment and the Acceptance of Norms" by Allan Gibbard with notes (1973)
11. Review of Gary D. Libecap's "Contracting for Property Rights" (1991)
12. Reviews of Lieberman and corr. (1969)
13. "The Human and Social Costs of Unemployment" by Paula Rayman with corr.
14. "Spatial Models of Political Competition Under Plurality Rule: A Survey of Some Explanations of the Number of Candidates and the Positions They Take" by Martin J. Osborne with corr. (1993)
15. "Axiomatic Social Choice Theory: An Overview and Interpretation" by Charles R. Plott with notes (1976)
16. "Comment on Radcliff, 'Liberalism, Populism, and Collective Choice'" with article, "Rejoinder to Riker" and corr. (1992)
17. "Almost all Voting Rules are Highly Manipulable, But a Few Aren't" and manuscript evaluation (n.d.)
18. Manuscript evaluation of "A Mathematical One-Man One-Vote Rationale for Madisonian Presidential Voting: Individual Voting Power and the MVP System" (n.d.)
19. Manuscript review of "A Revisionist Economic Model of Two-Party Competition" (1989)
20. Manuscript review of "Constant and Variable Aspects of Coalition Payoffs: The Case of Israel"
21. Manuscript review of "Why Self-Interest is an Empty Concept Outside of a Social Context; Cultural Constraints on the Construction of 'Self' and 'Interest' Classics in Social Choice," Edited and Translated by Iain McLean and Arnold B, Urken (manuscript proposal??) n.d.
22. Manuscript review of "The Self-Deconstruction of Thin Democracy: Social Choice Theory and Nihilism," for American Political Science Review, n.d.
23. Tax Articles:
1. "The Great Tax Giveaway," Philadelphia Inquirer (1988)
2. Correspondence from William Lutz, Editor of the Quarterly Review of Doublespeak
24. Comment on "The Development of Contemporary Political Theory" by Peter ???, January 9, 1992
25. NSF Review of "Experimental Research in Social Dilemmas," proposed by John M. Orbell, 1979
26. NSF Review of "The Revolutionary Transition: Politics, Religion, and Economy in Connecticut, 1765-1818," proposed by Grossbart, August 1991
27. NSF Review of "Refining Duverger's Law Using District-Level Theory and Data," proposed by Matthew S. Shugart, March 1992
Series 5: Riker's research materials
Box 38: Research Notes in Riker's Handwriting on various projects
Folder:
1. Calculating the significance of elections
2. Civilization (speech?)
3. Ratification and data sets
4. National Academy of Sciences Letterhead
5. Sonnenschein?
6. Copies of "Axioms from Plott" by LeRoy C. Nelson, November 10, 1973
7. Elections
8. Scientific Method
9. Choices
10. Medium-Voter Theorem in a One Dimensional Spatial Model
11. Who's Who, 1925 and 1945
12. Who's Who Data
13. Roger Chauvire, 8p.
14. Limits of Science
15. Manuscript notes
Box 39: Research Notes in Riker's Handwriting on various projects and newspaper clippings
Folder:
1. War and Reason notes
2. Wilmot Proviso notes
3. Elections (includes transparencies)
4. Budget of 1982
5. Notes written on the back of an Economic Science Association letter from September 8, 1989
6. Federalism in Australia
7. Swiss Federalism
8. Federalism Theory
9. A Priori Power Index Notes
10. A Priori Power Index Notes
11. Power Index Notes
Folder Research Materials: Newspaper Clippings:
12. Parade Magazine, Sunday, January 14, 1990, cover story: The Right to BearArms by Warren E. Burger, Chief Justice of the United States, 1969-1986.
13. Three copies of clippings from Oregon Newspapers, 1980
1. "LCDC Reacts to Plan: Enforcement Order Slapped on Curry" The World Coos Bay, Oregon, July 12, 1980, front page
2. "LCDC Enforcement Order Okayed- Most County Building Stopped" Curry County Reporter, Cold Beach, Oregon, July 17, 1980, front page
3. "Building Moratorium Could Increase Taxes" Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, December 21, 1980, p. B2
14. Newspaper Clippings about "proxies"
1. "Proxy Fight Planned against Arnold Altex: Group Files with SEC" The Wall Street Journal January 11, 1962 p. 15
2. "Kennedy Ordeal: Political Dinner" The New York Times March 12, 1962
3. Page from The New York Times December 14, 1961, p.50
Box 40: Research materials (arranged chronologically within box)
Folder:
1. Plots of Disharmony Indices, October 1971
2. Constitution of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs,Warehousemen and Helpers of America : Adopted by the 22 nd International Convention, June 1-5, 1981
3. Constitution of the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron ShipBuilders, Blacksmiths, Forgers and Helpers ( AFL-CIO) August 24-28, 1981
4. Constitution of the International Union of United Steelworkers of America (AFL-CIO-CLC) Manual: Adopted at Cleveland, Ohio, September 27, 1981
5. Constitution of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and Rules forLocal Unions and Councils under its Jurisdiction September 1982
6. National Academy of Sciences: Constitution and Bylaws April 26, 1988
7. Data on Index of Disharmony
8. Research on Party Division in State Legislatures (correspondence included)
Box 41:
Folder:
1. Congressional Record from July 27, 1956
2. Television News Index and Abstracts, 1990
3. Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution (n.d.)
1. Microfiche Supplement- Pennsylvania
2. Microfiche Supplement- Delaware, N.J., Georgia, Connecticut
4. Notes on the Frequency of Paradox, (n.d.)
Box 42:
Folder:
1. Photocopied Commentaries on the Constitution
2. Photocopied Commentaries on the Constitution
3. Reviews written by Riker re: the Constitution
4. Reviews written by Riker re: the Constitution
5. Reviews written by Riker re: the Constitution
6. Reviews written by Riker re: the Constitution
7. Data Sets
8. Data Sets
Box 43: Raw Data Sets
Folder 1Data from primaries, 1787-1788, 1889-1890
Folder 2Codebook for 1787-1788 data
Folder 3Data coded to represent impact of political arguments, 1989
Folder 4Marked up data, October 13, 1988
Folder 5Codebook
Box 44:
Folder:
1. Bicentennial of US Constitution Materials
2. Riker's notes on a play about the Constitutional Convention
3. Drafts of "Mr. Madison and Mr. Morris: The Great Compromise"
4. Drafts of "Mr. Madison and Mr. Morris: The Great Compromise"
5. Correspondence concerning the play (put in chronological order)
6. Correspondence concerning the play (Put in chronological order)
7. Misc. material relating to the constitution.
8. Notes on Constitutional Convention
Box 45: Zoning research
Folder 1: Zoning in Monroe County Papers and Research
1. Draft of report, n.d.
1. Municipal Zoning in Monroe County: Preliminary Report, by Steven Maser, William Riker and Richard Rosett, n.d.
2. Discussion Paper: "The Effects of Zoning and Externalities on the Prices of Land in Monroe County, New York," by Steven Maser, William Riker and Richard Rosett, April, 1974
Folder 2:
1. Revised copy of The Effects of Zoning and Externalities on the Prices of Land in Monroe County, New York, August 1974
2. The Effects of Zoning and Externalities on the Prices of Land in Monroe County, New York: An Empirical Analysis, by Steven Maser, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, William H. Riker, University of Rochester, and Richard N. Rosett, University of Chicago, Revised July 1975.
Folder 3:
1. The Effects of Zoning and Externalities on the Prices of Land in Monroe County, New York, Revised March 1976
a. Print copy of 1976 revision
b. Letter from C. David Billings, Editor of the State and Local Government Review, January 23, 1976
c. Reply from Maser to Billings, February 3, 1976
d. Reply from Billings to Maser, February 13, 1976
e. Letter to Riker and Rosett from Steven Maser, May 11, 1976
f. Letter to Riker from Steven Maser, October 9, 1976
Politics, Economics, and Real Estate Markets: Municipal Zoning Under Scrutiny, by Steven M. Maser, William H. Riker and Richard N. Rosett, forthcoming, State and Local Government Review, 1977, printed in October, 1976.
5. Rochester and Suburban Official Arrow Street Guide
6. Industrial Directory of Rochester and Monroe County, New York, 1973
7. Zoning: Its Costs and Relevance for the 1980s, by Michael Goldberg and Peter Horwood, 1980
8. The 1990 Transportation Plan: Rochester Metropolitan Transportation Study, 1969
9. Land Use Planning Relating to Aircraft Noise : Technical Report of Bolt, Beranek and Newman, Inc, October 1964
10. Property Devaluation Due To Jet Aircraft Densities, by David A. Quinlan, University of Rochester Graduate School of Management, 1970
11. Zoning Ordinances for East Rochester, New York, 1950 and 1971
12. Draft of zoning report, n.d
Box 46: Zoning Ordinances for Monroe County Towns (arranged alphabetically)
Folder:
1. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Brighton, 1971
2. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Brockport, 1971
3. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Clarkson, 1971
4. Zoning Ordinance for the Village of Fairport, 1971
5. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Gates, 1969
6. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Greece, 1963
7. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Hamlin, 1971
8. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Henrietta, 1950
9. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Henrietta, 1971
10. Zoning Ordinance for the Village of Hilton, 1971
11. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Irondequoit, 1971
12. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Mendon, 1969
13. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Ogden, 1969
14. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Ogden, 1972
15. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Parma, 1964
16. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Penfield, 1970
17. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Pittsford, 1963
18. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Pittsford, 1971
19. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Riga, 1971 (no cover)
20. Zoning Ordinance for the Village of Spencerport, 1962
21. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Sweden, 1969
22. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Webster, 1970
Box 47: Zoning Research--photocopied pages
Folder:
1. Notice of the Adoption of the Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Brighton, New York, August, 1971
a. Notice of the Adoption of the Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Mendon, New York, August, 1971
2. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Chili, 1950
a. Amendment to the Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Chili, 1970
3. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Churchville, 1971
4. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Gates, 1948
5. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Parma, 1940
6. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Penfield, Adopted 1930, Amended 1938, 1941
7. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Perinton, 1929-1950, 1971
8. Zoning Ordinance for the Village of Pittsford, 1929
9. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Rush, 1965
10. Zoning, Town of Webster, 1971
11. Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Wheatland, 1971
12. Zoning, Chapter on Rochester Code, n.d.
13. Maps of Rochester and Brighton
Box 48: Zoning Research- Maps and Papers
Folder:
1. Street Guides:
1. Gates
2. Penfield
3. Webster
2. Maps and Data on Rochester and surrounding villages
3. Recommendation to the City Planning Commission on "Resident one-operator Beauty Shops" 1969
4. Student Papers on Zoning
1. City Planning and the Zoning Fraud, Lawrence Cahill, May 20, 1969
2.Zoning: Some Pre-Investigatory Considerations, January 1970
Box 49: Research
Folder:
1. Published articles on Zoning by other authors
2. Unpublished articles on Zoning by other authors
3. Clippings about zoning
4. zoning notes
5. zoning notes
6. zoning notes
Box 50: Research
Photocopies of articles from various US newspapers
Box 51: Research for: The Two-Party System and Duverger's Law: An Essay on the History of Political Science
Folder:
1. The Two-Party System and Duverger's Law: An Essay on the History ofPolitical Science, materials
2. Drafts of The Two-Party System and Duverger's Law: An Essay on the Historyof Political Science
3. The Two-Party System and Duverger's Law: An Essay on the History ofPolitical Science, materials
Box 52: Miscellaneous Research Materials
Folder:
1. Manuscript Notes on Independent States, 1970
2. Note cards on Area
3. Data separated by State-- Alabama-New Hampshire
4. Data separated by State-- New Jersey-Wyoming
Box 53: Research for Soldiers of the States: The Role of the National Guard in American Democracy, by William H. Riker (Washington: Public Affairs Press, 1957) material
Folder:
1. Does the Second Amendment Guarantee the Existence of the National Guard ? (1955)
2. Correspondence re: Soldiers of States, 1955
3. Correspondence re: Soldiers of States, February-December 1957
4. Reviews of Soldiers of States, 1958
5. Notes on State Militias (National Guard), manuscript
6. Photocopies of article: Reserve Forces for National Security: Report to theSecretary of Defense by the Committee on Civilian Components, n.d.
7. Letter from James Burr to Riker, July 20, 1987
Box 54: Research for Soldiers of the States: The Role of the National Guard in American Democracy Research (arranged alphabetically by state)
Folder:
1. Alabama
2. California
3. Colorado
4. Indiana
5. Iowa
6. Louisiana
7. Massachusetts
8. New York
9. Pennsylvania
10. Tennessee
11. Tennessee
12. Virginia
13. Wisconsin
Series 6: Writings by others collected by Riker (arranged chronologically) Items without bibliographic data are typescripts.
Box 55: 1940s and 1950s
Folder:
1. Copy of "Social Perception and Phenomenal Causality" by Fritz Heider, Psychological Review (1944)
2. "Andreas Fricius Modrevious--a Polish Political Theorist in the Sixteenth Century" by Adam Ulam, reprinted from the American Political Science Review (June 1946)
3. "The Contribution of the Universities to Military Government" by Harold Zink, reprinted from the Bulletin of the American Association of University Professors 32:4 (Winter 1946)
4. "A Political Scientist Looks at Military Government in the European Theater of Operations" by Harold Zink, reprinted from the American Political Science Review XL:6 (December 1946)
5. "The American Denazification Program in Germany" by Harold Zink, reprinted from Journal of Central European Affairs 6:3 (January 1947)
6. "American Occupation Policies in Germany" by Harold Zink, reprinted from The Review of Politics 9:3 (July 1947)
7. "Comments and Criticism: Types of Value and Value Terms," Richard M. Millard, reprinted from the Journal of Philosophy (1949)
8. "The Law of the Cubic Proportion in Election Results" by M.G. Kendall and A. Stuart in the British Journal of Sociology 1(1950)
9. "Preparation of Case Studies: The Problem of Abundance" by Harold Stein, reprinted from the American Political Science Review, (June 1951)
10. "The Attack on the Cost of Living Index" by Kathryn Smul Arnow (1951)
11. "Democracy in Alberta, Part I and Part II" by Seymour Martin Lipset, Canadian Forum: An Independent Journal of Opinion and the Arts (1954)
12. "Female Initiation Rites on the Malabar Coast' by E. Kathleen Gough, The Journal of The Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland (1955).
13. "The Journal of Social Issues; Personality Development During the College Years" (1956)
14. "The Battle of Azerbaijan" by Robert Rossow, Jr. (1956)
15. "Suggestions for the Reorientation of Game Theory" by T.C. Schelling (November 1957)
16. "An Exploration of the Application of the Theory of Games to the Supreme Court Decision Making Process" by James Peter Meloney (January 1958)
17. "The Senate Debate on the Right to Jury Trial Versus the Right to Vote Controversy: A Case Study in Liberal Thought" by Peter Bachrach with manuscript note from Bachrach to Riker (1958)
18. "Party Legislative Representation as a Function of Election Results" by James G. March (1958)
19. "Toward a General Theory of Conflict Applicable to International Relations" by Tomas C. Schelling (March 1959)
20. "Thucydides: The Peloponnesian War" edited by David Grene, Introduction by Bertrand de Jouvenel (1959)
Box 56: 1960-1965
Folder:
1. "The Federalist's View of Federalism" by Martin Diamond (February 1960)
2. "The Federalist: As Far as Republican Principles Admit" by Martin Diamond (October 1960)
3. "Components of Risk in Decision Making: Probability and Variance Preferences" by C.H. Coomes and D.G. Pruitt (1960)
4. "The Common Frontiers of Psychiatry and Law" by Harold D. Lasswell and Lawrence Zelic Freedman (1960)
5. "Federalism and the Party System in Germany: The Broadcasting Controversy" by Gerard Braunthal (1961)
6. "The Annual Political Cycle in Argentina: A Jaundiced Perspective" (1961)
7. "What the Framers Meant by Federalism" by Martin Diamond (1961)
8. "Federalism and the Party System in Canada" by Steven Muller (1961)
9. "Federalism and the Party System in Brazil" by Russell H. Fitzgibbon (1961)
10. "The 1960 Term of the Supreme Court: A Psychological Analysis" by Glendon Schubert, reprinted from The American Political Science Review LIV:1 (1962)
11. "Policy Without Law: An Extension of the Certiori Game" by Glendon Schubert, reprinted from the Stanford Law Review 14:2 (March 1962)
12. Section of C.H. Coombs book, "Chapter 18: On the Problem of Social Utility and Majority Decision" (1962)
13. "The District School Supervisor vs. Teachers and Parents: A Philippine Case Study" by Tom Firmalino, Inter-University Case Program (1962)
14. "American Government, 1933-1963: Fission and Confusion in Theory and Research" by Theodore Lowi with manuscript note to Riker (1963)
15. "Uncertainty, Brinksmanship, and the Game of 'Chicken'" by T.C. Schelling (1963)
16. "Calculated Control as a Unifying Concept in the Study of International Politics and Foreign Policy" by James N. Rosenau (February 10, 1963)
17. "Influence, Leadership, Control" by Dorwin Cartwright (1963)
18. "Some Particular Characteristics of European Secretariats with Special Reference to the E. E. C ." by Jean Siotis (1963)
19. Papers from the International Political Science Association Oxford Round Table Meeting, September 19-24, 1963 (arranged alphabetically by author)
Cole, Taylor. "Federalism in the Commonwealth of Nations"
Djordjevic, Jovan. "Some Aspects of Federalism in a Multinational Socialist Society"
Ezera, Kalu. "Federalism and the Quest for National Unity in Africa With Particular Reference to Nigeria"
Kogekar, S. V. "Federalism in India"
Lepeshkin, A.I. "Problems of Development of Soviet Socialist Federation"
Macmahon, Arthur W. "The Viability of Administrative Unions Independent East Africa and the Common Services Organization"
Merle, Marcel. "Federalisme Et Problems D'Outre-Mer en France (1945-1963)"
Suchecki, Wiktor. "On the Methodology of Studies of Soviet Federalism"
20. "The Militia Myth: Letters from Lt. William B. Rochester on the Niagara Frontier, 1813," University of Rochester Library Bulletin (Spring 1964)
21. "On the Relationship of Federalism and Decentralization" by Martin Diamond (1964)
22. "The Republics in Yugoslavia" by Fred Warner Neal (1964)
23. "Significant Issue-Situations for Legislative Politics: An Application of Riker's Method to Roll-Call Votes in the British House of Commons" by Jhan Shick Moon (1965)
24. "A Mathematical Model of Policy Formation in a Democratic Society" by Otto A. Davis and Melvin Hinich, Carnegie Institute of Technology (July 1, 1965)
25. "Controlling The Risks in Cuba" by Albert and Roberta Wohlstetter (April 1965)
26. "Ethical Rules, Expected Values, and Large Numbers" by James M. Buchanan, reprinted from Ethics, an International Journal of Social, Political and Legal Philosophy LXXVI:1 (October 1965)
27. "Federalism and the Indian Administrative Service" (October 1965)
Box 57: 1966-1969
Folder:
1. "The Condition of American Federalism: An Historian's View: A Study submitted by the Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations" (1966)
2. "A Possibility Theorem on Majority Decisions" by Amartya K. Sen, copied from Econometrica 34:2 (April 1966)
3. "Philosophy of Natural Science" by Carl G. Hempel (1966)
4. "Verhandlungsspiele Ein Experimenteller Beitrag" by I. Frassine, E. Fürst and H. Winter (1967)
5. "Escape from Paradox" by Anatol Rapoport, Scientific American (July 1967) p. 50-59.
6. "Systems of Political Science" by Oran R. Young, part of the Foundations of Modern Political Science series (1968)
7. "Politics and Science: Reflections on Knight's Critique of Polany' by James M. Buchanan, reprinted from Ethics, an International Journal of Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy 77:2 (July 1967)
8. "Computer Explorations of The 'Balance of Power:' A Project Report" by Morton A. Kaplan (1968)
9. "An Analysis of the Effectiveness of Certain Precinct-Level Campaigning Activities" by Gerald H. Kramer (February 7, 1968)
10. "On the Robustness of the Size Principle" by Kenneth Shepsle and John Ferejohn (January 11, 1969)
11. "On the Measurement of Inequality" by Anthony B. Atkinson (1969)
12. "Mathematical Politology" by Václav Polák with corr. (1969)
Box: 58: 1970-1975
Folder:
1. "A Note on Probability Matching and Rational Choice" by Morris P. Fiorina (March 1970)
2. "Coercion and Compliance: A New Look at an Old Problem" by Malcolm Feeley, Law and Society Review no.4 (1970)
3. "Decision Making and Stability in Federal Systems" by Ronald J. May, Canadian Journal of Political Science, title manuscript (1970)
4. "Federalism and Party Behavior in Australia and Canada" by Lawrence Mayer, The Western Political Quarterly XXIII:4 (1970)
5. "Supplement to the Grade Reorganization and Desegregation of the Rochester Public Schools: A Report the Board of Education" (May 1971)
6. "The Federal Role in Urban Decentralization" by Suzanne Farkas (May 1971)
7. "Rationality and Relevance in Social Choice Theory" by Charles R. Plott, California Institute of Technology with manuscript notes (1971)
8. "Increasing the Incentives for International Cooperation" by Mancur Olson with manuscript note (1971)
9. "Weimar, Hitler, and Federalism: A Statistical Analysis" by Mark Marcucci (May 1972)
10. "Predicting the Outcomes of National Nominating Conventions: Assumptions of Rationality and Uncertainty Applied to Data" by Eugene B. McGregor, Jr. with manuscript letter (1972)
11. "Reason and Caprice" by R. Gordon Cassidy (1972)
12. "The Prospect of Federalism in Southern Africa" by Klaas Woldring (1972)
13. "Power Structure in Dichotomous Voting" by Robert Bartoszynski, from Econometrica 40:6 (November 1972)
14. "A Generalization of the Cube Law of Elections" by Rein Taagenpera (1973)
15. "Government by Neighborhoods" by Howard W. Hallman (1973)
16. "The Lattice of Prefilters" by Donald J. Brown (August 1973)
17. "Aggregation of Preference" by Donald J. Brown (November 1973)
18. "On the Revelation of Preferences for Public Goods" by Jerry Green and Jean-Jacques Laffont with typed letter (1974)
19. "Trajectory Selection for the Mariner Jupiter/Saturn 1977 Project" by James S. Dyer and Ralph F. Miles, Jr. (1974)
20. "The Measurement of American Federalism" by William Paul Alexander, Jr. (1974)
21. "Neighborhood Decentralization" ( 1974-1975)
1. July-August 1974
2. September-October 1974
3. November-December 1974
4. May-June 1975
5. July-August 1975
6. November-December 1975
22. "Committee Decisions Under Majority Rule: An Experimental Study by Morris," P. Fiorina and Charles R. Plott (1975)
23. "Intransitivities in Multidimensional Voting Models and Some Implications for Agenda Control" by Richard D. McKelvey (1975)
Box: 59: 1976-1978
Folder:
1. Essays in Honor of Adam Smith reprinted from The Market and the State, edited by Thomas Wilson and Andrew S. Skinner (1976)
2. "Brown's Theory of Collective Choice" by John A. Ferejohn (1976)
3. "A New and Superior Process for Making Social Choices" by T. Nicolaus Tideman and Gordon Tullock (1976)
4. "Radicalism in North America: A Comparative View of the Party Systems in Canada and the United States" by Seymour Martin Lipset, Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada (1976)
5. "Demand Revealing Procedures, Collusion, and Lump Sum Payments" by William Vickrey (1976)
6. "Competitive Coalition Theory" by Richard D. McKelvey and Peter C. Ordeshook (1977)
7. "Public versus Private Production Efficiency in Switzerland: A Theoretical and Empirical Comparison" Comparing Urban Service Delivery Systems by Vincent Ostrom and Frances P. Bish, eds (1977)
8. "Theory and Research in Attribution" by D. Roderick Kiewiet (1977)
9. "The Cumulation Problem in Political Science; An Essay on Research Strategies" by Gunnar Sjöblom "with compliments of the author" (1977)
10. "Identifying the Free Rider Problem" by Thomas Muench and Mark Walker (1977)
11. "Sociocultural Systems: An Introduction to the Structure of Contemporary Models" by E.S Whitney Thompson (1977)
12. "Problematics of Decisional Models in Political Contexts" by Heinz Eulau, reprinted from American Behavioral Scientist
13. "A Critique and Application of Collective Choice Theory: Trajectory Selection for the Mariner Jupiter/Saturn 1977 Project" by James S. Dyer and Ralph F. Miles (1977)
14. "Federalism, Party Systems, and Democracy in West Germany" by Jorgen S. Rasumssen (1978)
15. "Proof of a Conjecture on the M 2 – Bargaining Set for a Class of Voting Games Without Transferable Value" by Norman Schofield (1978)
16. "An Analysis of Data Union Membership" by A.J. Theibold, Jr (1978)
17. "Axioms for Approval Voting: Direct Proof" by Peter C. Fishburn (1978)
18. "The Relative Impacts of Country-Level and Party-Level Factors on Party Decentralization: A Cross-National Analysis" by Robert Harmel (1978)
19. "Individual Decision Rules and the Stability of Hansson's Rule" by James M. Enelow (1978)
20. "Risk Taking and Reelection: The Link Between Innovation and Government Structure" by Susan Rose-Ackerman (1978)
21. "Leopard Skins and Paper Tigers: "Choice" and "Social Structure" in the Nuer" by T. M. S. Evans, Man, Royal Anthropological Institute (1978)
22. "The Existence of Efficient and Incentive Compatible Equilibria with Public Goods" by Theodore Groves and John O. Ledyard (1978)
23. "Some Second Thoughts About Court Administrators" from the Center for the Study of Federalism (1978)
24. "Longitudinal Patterns of Federalism: Public Sector Organization as a Policy Tool" by Dale Krane (1978)
Box 60: 1979-1980
Folder:
1. "Managing Federal Assistance in the 1980's; A Study of Federal Assistance Management Pursuant to the Federal Grant and Cooperative Agreement Act of 1977," Request for Comment (1979)
2. "Consociation and Federation: Conceptual and Empirical Links" by Arend Lijphart (1979)
3. "Communist Coalition Strategies and Tactics in Western Europe" by Trond Gilberg (1979)
4. "Place of Federal Units in the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia" by George Tsatsa (May 1979)
5. "Les Provinces Autonomes dans la Federation Yougoslave" by Abedin Ferovic (1979)
6. "General Conditions for Global Intransitivities in Formal Voting Models" by Richard D. McKelvey (1979)
7. "Political Science in Yugoslavia": Selected Works (1979)
8. "Political Science in Yugoslavia" by Adolf Bibic (1979)
9. "Europe Elects a Parliament: Cognitive Mobilization, Political Mobilization and Pro-European Attitudes as Influences on Voter Turnout" by Ronald Inglehart and Jacques-Rene Rabier (1979)
10. Papers given at the 1979 APSA Meeting
"Federalism in Kant's Political Philosophy" by Patrick Riley
"Hobbes, Democracy and Federalism" by Vincent Ostrom
"The Function of models and Metaphors in the Development of Federal Theory" by William H. Stewart
11. "Brazilian Political Parties: Organization and Reorganization: 1945-1979" by David V. Fleischer (1979)
12. "Notes on the Abstract Theory of Preference and Choice" by Thomas Schwartz (197?)
13. "Federal Outlays in Fiscal 1978: A Comparison of Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Areas" by Charles I. Hendler and J. Norman Reid (1980)
14. "Federal Programs Supporting Multicounty Substate Regional Activities: An Overview" by Jerome M. Stam and J. Norman Reid (1980)
15. "Northern Ireland and Theories of Ethnic Politics" by Lee E. Dutter (1980)
16. "The Structure of Voter Preferences: The 1921, 1925, 1973, and 1975 Northern Irish Parliamentary Elections" by Lee E. Dutter with manuscript note (1982)
17. "Game Theory and Social Choice" by Richard D. McKelvey, Draft of manuscript, 1980
18. "On Duverger's Sociological Law: The Connection Between Electoral Laws and Party Systems" by John Sprague (1980)
Box 61: 1980-1984
Folder:
1. "The Distribution of Foreign Policy Making Power Between the Federal Government and the Province" by Garth Stevenson (1980)
2. "National Energy Decision Making: Rationalism and Rationalization" by Marc J. Roberts in the Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (March 1980)
3. "Journal of Political Economy" 89:1 (1981)
4. "The Pork Barrel Paradox" by Thomas Schwartz (1981)
5. "P.R. by the Servant's Entrance: The Electoral System of Thomas Hare" by Duff Spafford (1982)
6. "Administrative Equity: An Analysis of Exceptions to Administrative Rule" by Alfred C. Aman, Jr. Reprinted from the Duke Law Journal (1982)
7. "Centralizing and Decentralizing Trends in the Austrian Constitution" by Theo Oehlinger (1982)
8. "The Rise of Managerial Federalism: An Assessment of Benefits and Costs" by Christopher Leman and Robert H. Nelson, in Environmental Law 12:981 (1982)
9. "How Actual Governments Cope with the Paradoxes of Social Choice: Some Anglo-American Comparisons" by James Douglas (1983)
10. "On the Existence of a Competitive Equilibrium: 1930-1954I" by Roy Weintraub, copied from the Journal of Economic Literature XXI (March 1983)
11. "A Principle Agent Perspective on Congressional – Bureaucratic Relations (with Empirical Applications to the SEC's recent deregulation of the New York Stock Exchange)" by Barry R. Weingast (May 1983)
12. "Legislatures and Interest Groups: How Unorganized Interests Get Represented" by Arthur T. Denzau and Michael C. Munger (July 1983)
13. "Gatekeeping and Monopoly Power of Committees: An Analysis of sincere and Sophisticated Behavior" by Arthur T. Denzau and Robert J. Mackay, reprinted from the American Journal of Political Science 27:4 (1983)
14. "Constitutional Change and Agenda Control" by Arthur T. Denzau (May 1984)
15. "Shooting in the Dark" by J. D. Budziszewski (1984)
16. "Progress in Electoral Research: The Interplay of Competing Research Programs" by Ted G. Jelen with manuscript notes (1984)
Box 62: 1985-1988
Folder:
1. "Social Choice and Democracy" by Norman Schofield (1985)
2. "From Quantity to Quality: A New Research Program on Resolving Sequential Prisoner's Dilemmas" by Hayward R. Aiken, Jr. (1985)
3. "Agendas and the Control of Political Outcomes" by Peter C. Odeshook and Thomas Schwartz (1986)
4. "Computers and the Nature of Man: A Historian's Perspective on Controversies About Artificial Intelligence" by Judith V. Grabiner, from the Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society 15:2 (October 1986)
5. "Competing Economic Views of the Constitution" by Jonathan R. Macey, reprinted from The George Washington Law Review 56:1 (1987)
6. "The Swing Ratio: An Explanation and an Assessment" by Richard G. Niemi and Patrick Fett (1986)
7. "A More Perfect Union: James Madison and the Constitution" by George Wolfe with newspaper clippings and corr. (1985-87)
8. "Frankenstein's Monster: How the Science of Politics Haunts Its Creators" by James Ceaser with memo and manuscript comment (1986)
9. "Negative Voting: An Explanation Based on Principle – Agent Theory" by Morris P. Fiorina and Kenneth A. Shepsle (1986)
10. "Duverger's Law and Electoral Laws" by Howard A. Scarrow (1987)
11. "Multiparty Competition, Entry, and Entry Deterrence in Spatial Models of Elections" by Kenneth A. Shepsle and Ronald N. Cohen with manuscript post-it note (1987)
12. "Voting Cycles and the Structure of Individual Preferences" by R.G. Niemi and J.R. Wright (1987)
13. "The Core of the Constitution: Lemmas, Theorems and Examples" by Thomas H. Hammond and Gary J. Miller (1987)
14. "Political Science Quarterly" (Fall 1988)
15. "Electoral Laws, Party Systems and Elites: The Case of Spain" by Richard Gunther (1988)
16. "The Evolution of Legislative Institutions: Standing Committees in the House and the Senate" by Gerald Gamm and Kenneth Shepsle (1988)
17. "Après Reagan, the Deluge" by William Kauffman (1988)
18. "Information Transmission in Debate" by David Austin-Smith (1988)
19. "Spatial Models of Legislative Choice" by Keith Krehbiel, Legislative Studies Quarterly 8:3 (1988)
20. "Bargaining Procedures that Induce Honesty" by Steven J. Brams and D. Marc Kilgour (1988)
21. "Two Hundred Years of Reactionary Rhetoric: The Case of Perverse Effect" by Albert O. Hirschman (1988)
Box 63: 1989
Folder:
1. "Mobilizing Citizens for Collective Action: Organized Interests and the Nomination of Robert H. Bork to the U.S. Supreme Court" by John R. Wright (1989)
2. "The Antebellum American Tariff, Welfare and Manufacturing: Explorations in General Equilibrium History' by C. Knick Harley with corr. (1989)
3. Members' Directory of the National Academy of Sciences (1989)
4. "Prospective Reference Theory: Towards an Explanation of the Paradoxes" by W. Kip Viscusi, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 2 (1989)
5. "Private Politics: Conflict Resolution and Control by Voting in Economic Contexts" by David T. Brown and Barry R. Weingast (1989)
6. "Seeing is Believing: The Empirical Basis of Beliefs in Streak Shooting in Basketball" by Patrick D. Larkey, Richard A. Smith and Joseph B. Kadane (1989)
7. "Tying the King's Hands: Credible Commitments and Royal Policy During the Old Regime" by Hilton L. Root, Rationality and Society 1:2 (1989)
8. "Constitutions and Commitment: The Evolution of Institutions Governing Public Choice in Seventeenth Century England" by Douglass C. North and Barry R. Weingast, Journal of Economic History (1989)
9. "Changing Attitudes Toward War: The Impact of World War I" by John Mueller (1989)
10. "Bargaining for Justice: An Examination of the Use and Limits of Conditions by the Federal Reserve Board" by Alfred C. Aman, Jr., Iowa Law Review 74 (1989)
11. "Before Prudence: Strategy and the Rhetorical Tradition" by Robert Hariman (1989)
12. "Senate Confirmation of Supreme Court Nominations from Washington to Reagan" by Peter H. Lemieux and Charles H. Stewart, III (1989)
13. "Approval Voting in Practice" by Steven Brams and Jack Nagel (1989)
14. "The Paradox of Representation" by Thomas Schwartz (1989)
15. "Coalition Voting" by Steven J. Brams and Peter C. Fishburn (1989)
16. "Committee Choice with Endogenous Agenda Formation: A Simulation" by David H. Koehler (1989)
17. "Political Style in Cicero's Letters to Atticus" by Robert Hariman, Rhetorica 7:2 (1989)
Box 64: 1990-1991
Folder:
1. "Simple Voting Model Implying Duverger's Law" by Tim Feddersen (1990)
2. "Free Trade in Canadian Elections: Issue Evolution in the Long and the Short Run" by Richard Johnson, Andre Blais, Henry E. Brady and Jeane Crete (1990)
3. "Bicameralism: When are Two Decisions Better than One?" by Saul Levmore (1990)
4. "The Commitment to Seniority in Self-Governing Groups" by Kenneth Shepsle and Barry Nalebuff, Journal of Law, Economics and Organization 6 (1990)
5. "Three Ways to Be a Democrat" by Ian Shapiro (1990)
6. "Statutory Purpose and the Power of the Purse: Judicial Review and Legislative Accountability" by Susan Rose-Ackerman (1990)
7. "The Battered Chairman Syndrome" by John Romano (1990)
8. "Congress as a "They" Not and "It": Legislative Intent as Oxymoron" by Kenneth A. Shepsle (1990)
9. "The Theory of Issue Ownership: Issues, Agendas, and Electoral Coalitions in the 1988 Election" by John R. Petrocik (1990)
10. "The Four Claim Rules: A Theory of persuasion in Political Competition" by Frank Whelon Wayman (1990)
11. "The Contractual Architecture of Public Policy: A Critical Reconstruction of Lowi's Typology" by Douglas D. Heckathorn (1990)
12. "Revival and Rebellion in Colonial Central Africa" by Karen E. Fields with manuscript note from R (1990)
13. "Institutional Structure in the Political Economy of Protection: Legislated V. Administered Protection" by H. Keith Hall (1990)
14. "Agenda-Setting and Beyond: Television News and the Strength of Political Issues" by Shanto Iyengar with manuscript comments (1990)
15. "Coalitions and Cabinet Government" by Michael Laver and Kenneth Shepsle (1990)
16. Chapter by Richard Kronick (1990)
17. "The Sad Story of the Boy Wonder" by Joseph Epstein, Commentary (1990)
18. "Elements of a Theory of Society among Rational Choice Actors" by Randall L. Calvert (1991)
19. "The Kansas-Nebraska Act: Motivations, Debates and Party Politics" by John T. Sullivan (1991)
20. "The "Three-Fifths Compromise" and the Antebellum House of Representatives" by Mark A. Ramsey (1991)
21. Manuscript by Douglas Heckathorn (1991)
22. "El Equilibrio Politico Inducido Estructuralmente" by Joseph Maria Colomer (1991)
23. "John Donne's People: Explaining Differences between Rational Actors and Altuists through Cognitive Frameworks" and " " What Else Could I Do?" A Cognitive Theory of Political Behavior" by Kristen Renwick Monroe with corr. (1991)
24. "Property Rights, Liberalism, and the Transition from 'Actually Existing" Socialism" by Ellen Comisso, East European Politics and Societies 5:1 (1991)
25. "Judicial Review and the Power of the Purse" by Susan Rose-Ackerman (1991)
26. "Why People Vote: Free Riding and the Production and Consumption of Social Pressure" by Arthur J.H.C. Schram (1991)
27. "The Antigrowth Entrepreneur: Challenging the "Equilibrium" of the Growth Machine" by Mark Schneider (1991)
28. "On Dogmatism in Economics: the Case of Preference Reversals" by Daniel M. Hausman, from The Journal of Socio-Economics 20:3 (1991)
29. "Intergovernmental Perspective: Federalism and Constitutional Rights" (Fall 1991)
Box 65: 1992-1993
Folder:
1. "On the Political Economy of the Transformation of Political and Economic Regimes" by Peter Bernholz (1992)
2. "Improving Research on Former Soviet and Other Historically Planned Economies": Summary of a Planning Meeting, edited by Lee Walker (1992)
3. "Party Competition in a Spatial Model of Coalition Formation" by Norman J. Schofield (1992)
4. "The Decline of Private Bills: Resource Allocation, Credit-Claiming and the Decision to Delegate" by Jeffery S. Hill and Kenneth C. Williams (1992)
5. "Some Rules of Constitutional Design" by Peter Ordeshook (1992)
6. "An Envy-Free Cake Division Algorithm" by Steven J. Brams and Alan D. Taylor (1992)
7. "Rational Resignations: Coalition Building in Peru and the Philippines" by Maxwell A. Cameron, reprinted from Comparative Political Studies 25:2 (1992)
8. "Learning from Oversight: Fire Alarms and Police Patrols Reconstructed" by Arthur Lupia and Matthew D. McCubbins (1992)
9. "The Politics of Nuclear Power in Japan and the United States" by Linda Cohen, Mathew McCubbins and Frances Rosenbluth (1992)
10. "Simulation of the Effect of Institutions on Unraveling in Democratically Governed Groups" by Paul Johnson (1992)
11. "The Future of the Postbehavioral Phase in Political Science" by David Easton, (1992)
12. Information and Influence: Lobbying for Agendas and Votes by David Austen-Smith (1992)
13. "The Politics of American Discontent; A Study of Voter Discontent" by Gordon S. Black (1992)
14. "Truth in Advertising: The Revelation of Presidential Legislative Priorities" by Patrick J. Fett (1992)
15. Chapters on Trust and Voting from Bill Bianco (1992)
16. "Why Are Representative Democracies Fiscally Irresponsible?" By V.V. Chari and Harold Cole (1993)
17. "The Mont Pererin Society Newsletter" February 1993
Box 66: n.d.
Folder:
1. "The Americans with Disabilities Act: Policy and the Political Process" by David Pfeiffer
2. "Approaches to the Study of Federalism" by A.H. Birch
3. "An Axiomatic Approach to Empirical Economics" by Bernt P. Stigum
4. "Cognitive Structural Analysis of Political Rhetoric" by Philip Tetlock
5. "Comments on 'Voting, or a Price System in Competitive Market Structure'" by Peter Ordeshook
6. "Computable Models for Exploring the Idea of the 'Balance of Power'" by unknown author
7. "Constitutional Commentary" by Herbert Hovenkamp
8. "Canada and It's Biculturalism" by A.K. Bahl
9. "Concluding Comments on the Changing American Scene" by unknown author
10. "Constructing Stable Democracies" by Peter Ordeshook
11. "Deductive-Nomological vs. Statistical Explanation" by Carl Hempel
12. "Discrete Social Choice" by unknown author
13. "Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution" microfiche supplement
14. "Duverger's Law and the Candidate Entry Decisions" by unknown author
15. Election polls (overhead transparencies)
16. "Elite Consensus and Democracy" by Peter Bachrach with manuscript note
17. "Federalism and Party Behavior in Canada and Australia" by Lawrence Mayor
18. "From a Constitutional to an Authoritarian System of Government: Interactions between Politics and the Constitution in India" by Amal Ray
19. "Illinois Convention Ratifies the 21 st Amendment" by Walter Kohn
20. "The Independence Condition in the Theory of Social Choice" by Bengt Hansson
21. "Institutional Persistence and Institutional Change" by Barbara Sinclair
22. "Intensities of Preferences and Derivations of Social Decision Schemes" by D. A. Craker
23. "Introduction to Economic Analysis" by George Stigler
24. "Liberalism and Democracy" by Jules Coleman
25. Letter to William Riker from Bill Bianco with attachment concerning James Madison and Marquis de Condorcet
Box 67: n.d. continued
Folder:
1. "Appendix A: Measurement Concepts in the Theory of Influence" by James G. March, Carnegie Institute of Technology
2. "The Minimax Theorem"
3. Monitor Company Information from Brendan Kiernan
4. "The Nature of Federal Crisis in Canada and Pakistan" Manzooruddin Ahmed
5. "A New American Dilemma" by Glenn Loury
6. "Parity Strategy in A Two Party System" by Peter Ordeshook
7. "Philosophical Bearings"
8. "The Problem of Constitutionalism in American Culture" by Michael Kammen
9. "The Pure Theory of Large Two Candidate Elections" by John O. Ledyard with manuscript comments
10. "Rationality and the Fiduciary Relation" by Richard Nieme
11. "Readings in the Spatial Theory of Voting" by James Enelow and Melvin Hinich
12. Reglement Du 4 Fevrier 1915
13. "Rights and the Private Pareto Principle" by Peter Coughlin
14. "The Science of Politics" by G. Bingham Powell
15. "The Size of Israeli Coalitions and It's Effects on Peace Policy" by Gideon Doran
16. Speech to a Massachusetts Delegation 1862
17. "Social Choice" by Bernhardt Lieberman
18. "Some Theoretical Results on Coalition Structures in Symmetric N-Person Games" by Kenneth Shepsle
19. "A Taxonomy of 2X2 Games" by Anatol Rapoport and Melvin Guyer
20. "Why Not Unbalanced Wars?" By Reinken
Box 68: Other's Writings Grouped by subject: Federalism
Folder 1Pre-prints and writings by others (1 of 2)
Folder 2Pre-prints and writings by others (2 of 2)
Folder 3Notes on, and copy of "The Political Economy of Fiscal Federalism," William E. Oates, 1927
Box 69: Other's Writings Grouped by subject : Power
Folder 1Notes on power, 1950s-1960s
Folder 2Game Theory, 1960s
Folder 3Effects of weighted votes (1 of 2)
Folder 4Effects of weighted votes (2 of 2)
Folder 5Notes: Federalism
Box 70: Other's Writings Grouped by subject: Paradox
Folder:
1. Other's writings on Paradox, 1958-1968
2. Other's writings on Paradox, 1969-1984
3. Other's writings on Paradox, n.d.
Box 71: Other's Writings Grouped by Author
Folder:
1. Ackerman
2. Brams
3. Colomer
4. Shapely
Box 72: Others writings bound in Journals
Folder:
1. Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics XXV:3 (November 1987)
2. Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Summer 1978 and Fall 1979)
3. The Journal of Politics (August 1990)
4. Movement Europeen: Etudes sur le Federalisme (November 1953)
5. Politeia (1990-1991)
6. Public Choice (1969)
7. Public Choice Studies (in Japanese 1990)
Series 7: Course Materials from Lawrence College and the University of Rochester
Box 73: Course materials from Lawrence College
Folder:
1. Political Theory--Government 42 (1951)
2. American Government
3. American Government
4. American Government
5. American Government
6. American Political Theory
Box 74: Student Papers at Lawrence College (arranged chronologically)
Folder:
1. A Political Survey of Kimberly, Wis. by Joseph M. Kortenhof, Government, April 17, 1949
2. The Epistemology of the Social Sciences by Harry M. Clor, Candidacy for Honors, June 1951
3. The Conservatism of Edmund Burke by Gerald Trossen Flom, Candidacy for Honors, June 1952
4. Class of 1955
1. Federalism and the National Guard by Harry Leland Clark, Candidacy for Honors, June 1955
2. Mayoralty Madness by Ted Beranis, Jr., American Government, May 18, 1955
3. Milwaukee County Judicial Election – 1955 by Robert Earl Kuelthau,
5. Party Cohesion in the Forty-First Congress by Philip Alan Rickey, Candidacy for Honors, June 1956
6. Class of 1958
1. An A Priori Approach to the Interpretation of the Formation of Coalitions by Robert Andrew Delapp, Candidacy for Honors, June 1958
2. Presidential Participation in Congressional Primary Elections of His Own Party by William W. Bast, Candidacy for Honors, June 1958
7. Class of 1959
1. Cohesion and Access: A Study of the AFL-CIO and Its Role in the Legislative System by John E. Harris, Candidacy for Honors, June 1959
2. Some Proposed Restrictions on the Number of Solutions to N-Person Zero-Sum Games by Mary Louise Adams, Candidacy for Honors, June 1959
3. Machiavelli and the Scientific Revolution by Don Niemi, Government 41, Jan. 22, 1959
4. Mannheim's New "Science" by Don Niemi, Government 42, May 30, 1959
Box 75: Student Papers at Lawrence College (arranged chronologically), continued
Folder:
1. Class of 1960
1. Occupation and Length of Residence as Factors in the Election of Town Board Members by John Maddaus, Political Science 298, May 17, 1963 (title page only)
2. Legislative Motivation by Gerald John Le Noble, Candidacy for Honors, June 1960
3. Wealth and the Party Vote in Watertown by Richard Niemi, Government 26, April 25, 1960
2. A Study of Voting Relationships in a City Council by Mary J. Helscher, Candidacy for Honors, June 1962
3. Student Papers, n.d.
1. The Howe School Story by Daniel H. Teas
2. Chicago Confidential by Paul Schreiber
3. A Political Study of Janesville
Box 76: Course Materials (UR Courses) 1970s-1990s
Folder:
1. Transparencies
2. Introduction to Positive Political Theory
3. PSC 112
4. PSC 219-The Constitution: Then and Now
5. PSC 232
6. PSC 262-The Legislative Process
7. PSC 285-Strategy in Politics
Box 77: UR Courses
Folder:
1. PSC 285-Strategy in Politics continued
2. PSC 285-Strategy in Politics continued
3. PSC 289-Scope of Political Science
4. Readings for PSC 289
1. The Structure of Scientific Revolutions by Thomas S. Kuhn (Typed notes on Kuhn)
2. The Methodology of Scientific Research Programs by Imre Lakatos (Manuscript notes)
Box 78: UR Courses
Folder:
1. Readings for PSC 289 continued
1. Philosophy of Natural Science by Carl G. Hempel
2. Manuscript notes
2. PSC 411
3. PSC 486: Introduction to Social Choice and Game Theory
4. Graduate Reading List for Comparative Political Economy, n.d.
5. Misc. notes
6. Misc. notes
7. Misc. notes
8. Notes on "Conclusion of Course on Interpretation of Politics"
9. Misc. readings for course?
10. Notes, transparencies and reading: The Paradox of Vote Trading by Riker and Steven J. Brams
Box 79: Student Papers (by course) UR Courses
Folder:
1. Papers for PSC 210--Political Parties and Elections
1. An Alternate Measure of Intergovernmental Conflict As a Test of the Index of Disharmony by Howard Silverman (1/8/1973)
2. A Test of the Index of Disharmony by Howard Silverman (5/9/73)
3. Federal and Unitary Government – Disharmony and Frustration by J. Roland Pennock (April 1959)
2. Papers for PSC 219-- The Constitution Then and Now
1. Monday Class Federalist 3 Assignment (2 copies of each)
a. Precis of Federalist Three by Bishop
b. Summary of Federalist 3 by Brugy
c. Federalist 3 Assignment by Chapman
d. Federalist 3 Assignment by Kleinman
e. Federalist 3 Assignment by Tabourt
f. Federalist 3 Assignment by Sancto
g. Federalist 3 Assignment by Mehta
h. Upper Level Writing Paper #3 by Syed Ahmed Mustafa (9/30/88)
i. Federalist 3 Assignment by Salata
j. Federalist 3 Assignment by Spola
k. Federalist 3 Assignment by Spiess
2. Tuesday Class Federalist 3 Assignment (2 copies of all but vii)
l. Federalist 3 Assignment by Jeannine Hicks (9/29/88)
m. Federalist 3 Assignment by James Matteson (9/30/88)
o. Federalist 3 Assignment by Stephen Sacher
p. Federalist 3 Assignment by Chris Schulitz (9/30/88)
q. Federalist 3 Assignment by Matthew Swanz (9/29/88)
r. Federalist 3 Assignment by Tatelbaun
Constitutional Convention; Saturday, June 30, 1787 by Jeanni Hicks
3. Friday Class
s. Federalist 3 Assignment by Audolinu
t. Federalist 3 Assignment by Campbell
u. Federalist 3 Assignment by James Feeney (9/30/88)
v. Federalist 3 Assignment by McGuire
w. Federalist 3 Assignment by Paul Malmud
x. Federalist #3 by Marni Grant
y. Federalist 3 Assignment by Miller
z. Federalist 3 Assignment by Shafer
aa. Federalist #3 by Matthew Vrablik (9/30/88)
ab. Federalist 3 Assignment by Colleen Whelan (9/30/88)
4. Tuesday Class Federalist 1 Assignment
ac. Summary of Federalist No. 1, by Hamilton under the pseudonym Publius by Hicks
ad. Summary of The Federalist No. 1, by James Matteson (9/23/88)
ae. Federalist 1 Assignment by Swanz (9/23/88, 2 copies)
af. Federalist 1 Assignment by Sacher
ag. Federalist 1 Assignment by Chris Schulitz (9/22/88)
ah. Federalist 1 Assignment by Tatelbaum
ai. Precis of Federalist One by Michael J. Bishop (9/23/88)
5. Monday Class Federalist 1 Assignment
aj. Summary of Federalist 1 by Brugg
ak. Federalist 1 Assignment by Chapman
al. The Federalist #1 by Marni Grant
am. Federalist 1 Assignment by Kleinman
an. Federalist 1 Assignment by Loncto
ao. Federalist 1 Assignment by Andrew Leibowitz
ap. Federalist 1 Assignment by Mehta
aq. Federalist 1 Assignment by Syed Ahmed Mustafa
ar. Federalist 1 Assignment by Salata
as. Federalist 1 Assignment by Skola
at. Federalist 1 Assignment by Speiss
au. Federalist 1 Assignment by Marni Grant (2 copies)
6. Friday Class Federalist 1 Assignment
av. Federalist 1 Assignment by Andolina
aw. Federalist 1 Assignment by Campbell
ax. Federalist 1 Assignment by James Feeney (9/23/88)
ay. Federalist 1 Assignment by Paul Malmud
az. Federalist 1 Assignment by McGuire
ba. Summary Federalist 1 by Jurgen Miller (9/23/88)
bb. Federalist 1 Assignment by Shafer
bc. Federalist 1 by Matthew Vrablik (9/23/88)
bd. Federalist 1 Assignment by Colleen Whelan (9/23/88)
7. Miscellaneous
be. The Problem of Executive Impeachment in the Constitutional Convention by Kathleen Malone (12/9/88)
bf. Chronology, 1786-1790
bg. Summary of Federalist Papers No. 10, 39, and 51 by John LaCarte, n.d.
bh. Summary of the Debate on June 30, 1787 by John LaCarte
3. Paper for PSC 262 – The Reserve Clause and Related Factors by Barry Rapoport with a note from Rapoport (12/19/72)
4. Papers for PSC 285- Strategy in Politics
1. A System of Social Choice for the Allocation of Alternatives to Equally Eligible Contestants by Johann Weber
2. Who's Going to Start? by Steven Hitchcock (4/26/89)
3. The S.A. Senate Referendum: A Study on Division of the Question by Joseph Mayer (4/23/79)
4. The Stall by Matthew H. Goldreich (4/24/80)
5. Group Solidarity and Decision Making in Small Groups by Lale Guneysu with note from Guneysu (4/79)
6. Coalition Formation in a Real Life 3 Person Game by Ronald D. Ploetzl (4/9/79)
7. A Theoretical Description of Labor-Management Disputes by Jeffrey D. Berman (4/7/78)
8. Plurality Voting and Social Choice: The New York City Mayoral Elections of 1969 by Michael E. Rosman (4/23/79)
9. Game Theory in the Field of Labor Relations or The Teamsters vs. P
10. Final Paper by Carl Becker (4/20/79)
11. Queen Elizabeth I's Marriage Negotiations as a Paradox of Voting by Leslie Farhangi with note from Farhangi (4/22/83)
5. Papers from PSC 289- Scope of Political Science
1. Signaling in a Game of Imperfect Information by Jerry Green (5/25/65)
2. The Nuer and the Size Principle by Alan Stern
3. Final Paper by David M. Kaufman (5/23/64)
4. The Strategic Ramifications of Nonviolence by Mark D. Suben (5/12/65)
5. Relative Shares and Strikes: A Game Theoretic Note by Ira Block (5/24/67)
6. Term Paper by Robert Zweiben (5/28/66)
7. A Solution to the O.J. Simpson-Buffalo Bills Contract Dispute by Warren A. Dewey (5/24/69)
8. Signaling in a Game of Imperfect information by Jerry Green (5/25/65)
9. Papers from PSC 411
10. Rationality in Raiding by Nathaniel Beck (2/67)
11. An Analysis of Some Weighted Voting Schemes in the European Economic Community by Richard J. Babin (Fall 1966)
6. Miscellaneous Papers (arranged chronologically)
1. Gideon Doron, 1975
2. Nash Bargaining Models and Derivative Expectations for the Allocation of Alternatives to Equally Eligible Contestants by Johann Weber, January 18, 1982
3. Prisoner's Dilemma: A Case of Multi- Person Involvement by Valerie Smith, April 9, 1982
4. Values and Partisanship in Left-right Self-Placement: Measuring Polarized Pluralism by John Huber, September 10, 1897
5. Scope of Political Science by Nicholas C. Varunes, March 31, 1988
6. The Processes of Social Science and of Economics by Dawn Kelley, November 6, 1990
7. The Battle of Liberal England by Karen Mack, n.d.
8. The Travia Strategy: Game Theory and Politics, n.d.
9. An Interim Report on Ranking of Scholars Who Published Papers in the APSR by Chae-Han Kim, n.d.
10. Compromises on the Issue of Slavery between North and South by John LaCarte, n.d.
11. The Hare System: An Example of a Perverse Social Choice Function
Box 80: Course Evaluations
Folder:
1. 1972-73: PSC 262 -Strategy in Politics, PSC 411, PSC 232
2. 1975: PSC 411, PSC 262
3. 1976: PSC 401
4. 1977: PSC 262
5. 1978: PSC 289/489 (Scope of Political Science), PSC 285 (Political Strategy), PSC 262, PSC 219
6. 1979: PSC 219, PSC 289/489, PSC 285
7. 1980: PSC 289, PSC 219 (Constitution Then and Now)
8. 1981: PSC 285, PSC 219
Box 81: Course Evaluations
Folder:
1. 1985: PSC 285
2. 1986: PSC 285/485, PSC 219, PSC 289
3. 1987: PSC 489, PSC 219, PSC 285,
4. 1988: PSC 489, PSC 219, PSC 285
5. 1989: PSC 285
6. 1990: PSC 219, PSC 489
7. 1991: PSC 285, PSC 489, PSC 285, PSC 219, PSC 272/472
8. 1992: PSC 285, PSC 489, PSC 219, PSC 501 (Political Economics of Prop.)
Box 82: Dissertations and Theses (either advised by or sent to Riker)
Folder:
1. Donald Niemi, Sweden's Municipal Consolidation Reforms, University of Chicago, 1966
2. Peter Alexis Goudinoff, Party, Constituency, and Issue Salience inCongressional Voting, The Ohio State University, 1969
3. Ian Timberlake, The Riker Game: A Bibliographic Survey, University of British Columbia, 1984
4. Itai Sened, A Political Theory of Rights, University of Rochester, 1990, inscribed to Riker
Series 8: Riker's Course work from Harvard
Box 83: Notes from Riker's classes at Harvard
1. Government 5: Modern Political Theory, 1945
2. Government 128: Modern Imperialism 1945
3. Misc. notes, 1945
4. Government 12, 1945
5. History 36 b, 1946
6. History 63a, n.d.
7. Notes on Hobbes and Locke
8. Notes on Hobbes
9. Manuscript notes
10. Harvard Commencement Program, 1948
Box 84: Riker's Papers from Harvard?
Folder:
1. Table of contents ?
2. Introduction
3. The Case of Maurice Howard
4. The NLRB Field Examiner, 1951
5. The Story of Parisius
6. Federal Power Commission Form #1
7. Stamp Cancellation Case
8. Jacob's Ladder
9. The Firing of Thomas Parsons
10. Manuscript notes and typescript on Fosses presentation
11. Manuscript notes on France, 1945?
Series 8: Miscellaneous
Box 85 Oral History
Folder 1. Letter to Riker from Sheilah K. Mann, Director of Educational Affairs for the APSA, July 5, 1979, 1p TLS
Folder 2. Transcript of American Political Science Association Oral History Project, Interview of William Riker by Kenneth Shepsle, 1979
Folder 3. Riker Proves Convo Can Be Rewarding, news clipping from The Lawrentian, January 15, 1960
Box 86: Data on 1974 city single use
Series 9: Books Annotated by Riker
Box 87: Notes on Books Collected by Riker removed from book found on shelf at end of collection (arranged alphabetically by Title)
Folder:
1. Notes on Capital-Volume 1: The Process of Capitalist Production by Karl Marx
2. Notes on Collective Choice and Social Welfare by Amartya K. Sen
3. Notes on An Economic Theory of Democracy by Anthony Downs
4. Notes on Social Choice and Multicriterion Decision–Making by Kenneth J. Arrow and Herve Raynaud
5. Notes on The Theory of Committees and Elections by Duncan Black
6. Notes on Theory of Games and Economic Behavior by John Von Neumann and Oskar Morgenstern
7. Notes on The Theory of Price by George J. Stigler
8. Notes on Theory of Voting by Robin Farquharson
Folder Books Annotated by Riker: Folder:
1. Alexis De Tocqueville by J.P. Mayer
2. The Calculus of Consent by Buchanan and Tullock
3. Cases on Constitutional Law by Lawrence B. Evans
4. Committee Decisions with Complementary Valuation by Black and Newing
5. The Complete Anti-Federalist by Herbert, J. Storing
6. Contracting for Property Rights by Libecap
7. Democracy in America, Alexis de Torqueville (Vol. I-2) by A.A. Knopf
8. The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution (Vol. XIV, XV and XVI)
9. The Evolution of Cooperation by Robert Axelrod
10. The Federalist Papers by Hamilton, Madison, and Jay
11. Games and Decisions by Luce Raiffa (2 copies)
12. Ideology and Utopia by Karl Mannheim
13. The Leviathan (in Cambridge English Classics) by Thomas Hobbes
14. The Logic of Collective Action by Mancur Olson, Jr.
15. N-Person Game Theory Concepts and Applications by Anatol Rapoport
16. The New Belief in the Common Man by Carl J. Friedrich
17. Notes of Debates in the Federal Convention by James Madison
18. The Papers of James Madison
19. Philosophy and Theology Social Contract and Discourses by Jean Jacques Rousseau
20. The Politics of Aristotle by Barker
21. A Preface to Democratic Theory by Robert A. Dahl (2 copies)
22. The Prince and The Discourses by Niccolò Machiavelli
23. Records of the Federal Convention of 1787
24. The Republic of Plato by Allan Bloom
25. The Republic of Plato by Cornford
26. Social Choice and Individual Values by Kenneth J. Arrow
27. The Strategy of Conflict by Thomas C. Schelling
28. A Theory of Justice by John Rawls
29. Torture by Edward Peters
Box 88, National Science Foundation Proposal, 1984
Folder 1Political Science 219, 1984
Folder 2Political Science 219 Notes, 1984
Folder 3Political Science 219 Required Readings (1 of 2), 1984
Folder 4Political Science 219 Required Readings (2 of 2), 1984
Folder 5"Why Negative Campaigning is Rational: The Rhetoric of the Ratification Campaign of 1787-1788" by William H. Riker, 1984
Folder 6"Rhetorical Interaction in the Ratification Campaigns" by William H. Riker, February 1992
Folder 7National Science Foundation Proposal, 1984
Folder 8National Science Foundation Proposal, 1984
Folder 9National Science Foundation Grant, 1984 -1986
Folder 10Original Copy National Science Foundation Grant Proposal, 09/24/1982
Folder 11National Science Foundation, 1984
Folder 12Distribution of New Items Data, September 1787 - April 1788
Box 89, National Science Foundation Grant and Student Dissertation
Folder 1"The Constitution Convention and Congressional Bicameralism" by Lawrence D. Langlet and Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt, August 28-31, 1986
Folder 2"Organization Theory and Fedralism: Interorganizaitonal Networks and the Political Economy of The Federalist" by Herman L. Boschken, 1982
Folder 3Economy of 1780s, 1780
Folder 4Essay Contest, 1985
Folder 5"The Heresthetics of Constituion-Making" by William H. Riker, 1787
Folder 6Original Speech: The Heresthetics of Constitution-Making, 1787
Folder 7The Irrelevance of the Origin of Institutions, 1988
Folder 8"Remarks in the Constitutional Convention of 1787 Relating to Popular Control of the National Governmetn" by Charles S. Hyneman, April 1,1972
Folder 9"The Economic Origins of the Constitution" by Forrest McDonald, 1958
Box Student Dissertation and Project DescriptionBox 90, 1980-1985
Folder 10Papers by Calvin C. Jillson (1 of 2), 1983
Folder 11Papers by Calvin C. Jillson (2 of 2), 1978
Folder 12"Economic Interest Groups and Voting Patterns at the Constitutional Convention of 1787" by Robert A. McGuire, 1787
Box 90, Student Dissertation and Project Description
Folder 1"Constitution-Making: A Rational Choice Model of the Federal Convention of 1787" by Robert McGuire, 1987
Folder 2"What Did the Framers Want Congress to Be - And Who Cares?" by Michael J. Malbin, 1987
Folder 3Papers by Vincent Ostrom, 1980
Folder 4Notes, 1985
Folder 5"Property vs.Democracy in the Formation of the United States Constitution" by Jennifer Nedlelsky, 1985
Folder 6"George Washington and the Building of the Constitution: The Founder as President" by Glenn A. Phelps, 1985
Folder 7"Original Meanings of the Constitution: The Historian's Contribution" by Jack N. Rakove, 1985
Folder 8"The Reluctant Pillar New York and the Adoption of the Federal Constitution" by Stephan L. Schechter, 1985
Folder 9The Lessons of 1787, 1986
Folder 10Data Codebook Xerox for Typing, 1986
Folder 11Reports for Project (1 of 2), 1988
Folder 12Reports for Project (2 of 2), 1982
Folder 13National Science Foundation Review, 1984
Box 91, Research Data and Papers
Folder 1Political Science 418 Comprehensives, 1988
Folder 2Political Science 418, 1988
Folder 3Population, 1790
Folder 4Papers by Rick K. Wilson, 1988
Folder 5Research Data, 1985
Folder 6Constitution Project, 1986
Folder 7Constitution Raw Data Files, 1986
Folder 8Rural-Urban Conversion, 1971
Box 92, Ms of Some Class Notes
Folder 1"Constitution-Making: Conflict and Consensus in the Federal Convention of 1787" by Calcin C.Jilson (1 of 3), 1787
Folder 2"Constitution-Making: Conflict and Consensus in the Federal Convention of 1787" by Calcin C.Jilson (2 of 3), 1787
Folder 3"Constitution-Making: Conflict and Consensus in the Federal Convention of 1787" by Calcin C.Jilson (3 of 3), 1787
Folder 4The Lessons of 1787, 1787
Folder 5Political Science, 1987
Box 93, Reviews of MS Talks
Folder 1Articles of Confederation, 1781
Folder 2Political Science 219 (1 of 2), 1787
Folder 3Political Science 219 (2 of 2), 1787
Folder 4"Econmic Interests and the American Constitution" by Robert A. McGuire, 1983
Folder 5Notes, 1987
Folder 6Letters to William Riker, 1981
Folder 7National Science Foundation Proposal - Rail Abandoments, 1979
Folder 8Review of "The Efficient Secret", 1988
Folder 9Papers by William Riker, 1987
Folder 10A Review of "Separation of Powers", 1986
Box 94, Papers by William Riker
Folder 1Papers by William H.Riker and Barry R.Weingast (1 of 2), 1985
Folder 2Papers by William H.Riker and Barry R.Weingast (2 of 2), 1985
Folder 3"The First Power Index" by William H. Riker, 1986
Folder 4Reason, 1987
Folder 5"Farquharson and Fenno: Sophisticated Voting and Home Style" by Arthur Denzau, William Riker, and Kenneth Shepsle, 1984
Folder 6"Strategic Behavior in the Theory of Legislatures" by Arthur Denzau, William Riker, and Kenneth Shepsle, 1984
Folder 7"Case Studies and Theory Development" by Alexander L. George (Draft), 1984
Box 95, Riker's Writings
Folder 1Wallstreet Journal
Folder 2Preface
Folder 3Preface for Trond Gilberg
Folder 4"Political Theory and the Art of Heresthetics" by William H. Riker
Folder 5"Electoral Systems and Constitutional Restraints" by William H. Riker
Folder 6"The Development of American Federalism" by William H. Riker
Folder 7"On the Irrelevance of the Origin of Institutions: An Essay on the Invention of Centralized Federalism" by William H. Riker
Folder 8"The Heresthetics of Constitution-Making" by William H. Riker
Folder 9"The Invention of Centralized Federalism" by William H. Riker
Folder 10Political Equilibrium
Folder 11Liberalism Against Populism (1 of 2)
Folder 12Liberalism Against Populism (2 of 2)
Box 96, Riker's Writing
Folder 1The Verification of Scientific Generalizations 1979
Folder 2"Political Trust as a Rational Choice" by William H. Riker
Folder 3Federalism
Folder 4Letter to Riker, 1981
Folder 5Response to Ordeshook and Rae
Folder 6"A Confrontation Between the Theory of Social Choice and the Theory of Democracy" by William H. Riker
Folder 7"The Measurement of American Federalism" by William Paul Alexander Jr.
Folder 8The Verification of Scientific Generalizations
Folder 9"Implications From the Disequilibrium of Majority Rule for the Study of Institutions" by William H. Riker (1 of 2)
Folder 9a"Implications From the Disequilibrium of Majority Rule for the Study of Institutions" by William H. Riker (2 of 2)
Folder 10Liberalism Against Populism Chapter 4
Folder 12"Group Concentration and the Delegation of Legislative Authority" by Morris P. Fiorina
Folder 11"What If Elbridge Gerry Had Been More Rational and Less Patriotic?" by William H. Riker
Box 97, Class Notes and Research Notes
Folder 1"The Political and Economic Limits of Public Regulation" by Gideon Doron (1 of 2)
Folder 1a"The Political and Economic Limits of Public Regulation" by Gideon Doron (2 of 2)
Folder 2DNA (1 of 6)
Folder 3DNA (2 of 6)
Folder 4DNA (3 of 6)
Folder 5DNA (4 of 6)
Folder 6DNA (5 of 6)
Folder 7Decision and DNA Theory (6 of 6)
Folder 8"The Natural Gas Policy Act of 1978: The Politics of Enactment" by Pietro S. Nivola
Folder 9"Legislative Choice of Regulating Forms" by Morris P. Fiorina
Box 98, Class Notes and Research Data
Folder 1The Senate and American Federalism
Folder 2The Two-Party System and Duverger's Law
Folder 3"Progress in Electoral Research" by Ted G. Jelen
Folder 4The Heresthetics of Constitution-Making
Folder 5The Journal of Philosophy
Folder 6"The Science of Politics" by G. Bingham Powell Jr.
Folder 7"Regulating Airmail Transportation" by Michael Levine
Folder 8Antitrust
Folder 9"Has the Averch-Johnson Effect Been Empirically Verified?" by Derek J. McKay
Folder 10"Economic Regulation and the Body Politic" by Richard P. Barke
Folder 11The Theory of Economic Regulation (1 of 2)
Folder 11aThe Theory of Economic Regulation (2 of 2)
Folder 12Regulation (1 of 2), 1972
Folder 12aRegulation (2 of 2), 1972
Box 99, Papers and Notes
Folder 1"On the Use of Metaphor in Political Analysis" by Martin Landau
Folder 2The Journal of Politics
Folder 3Heresthetics Speed
Folder 4"How to Handle a Scandal" by Ronald S. Resnick
Folder 5Mid-Semester Exam, 1979
Folder 6Notes on Voting (1 of 2)
Folder 7Notes on Voting (2 of 2)
Folder 8"On Using the Agenda to Influence Group Decisions" by Charles R. Plott
Folder 9Teaching Materials, 1977
Folder 10Riker-Liberalism Against Populism (Chapter 5)
Folder 11"The Logic of Political Inquiry" by J. Donald Moon
Folder 12American Political Science Review v.49 June 1955 pp.452-69
Folder 13Public Policy Analysis no.7904, 1974
Box 100, Papers
Folder 1Public Sector Growth
Folder 2The Art of Heresthetics
Folder 3"Persuasion, Manipulation and Dimension" by Scott C. Paine
Folder 4First Report of the Commision on the Organization of APA, 1979
Folder 5Heresthetics (1 of 3)
Folder 6Heresthetics (2 of 3)
Folder 7Heresthetics (3 of 3)
Folder 8Manipulation and Strategic Voting
Box 101, Papers and Notes
Folder 1Recombinant DNA
Folder 2Scientific American 1981
Folder 3Food and Drug Administration Proposed Ban on Saccharin
Folder 4Rational Choice Analysis of the Regulation of Research on Recombinant DNA
Folder 5"Social Decision Making, Cost Benefit Analysis, and Externalities" by H.M. Shefrin
Folder 6Collective Choice Procedures
Folder 7Political Economy
Folder 8Regulatory Reform
Folder 9"Regulators as an Interest Group" by W. Mark Grain and Robert E. McCormick
Folder 10Studies in Political Theory and Policy Analysis
Box 102, Research Materials
Folder 1Papers in Regulation and Policy
Folder 2"Public Utility Regulation in Theory and in Practice" by Roger G. Noll
Folder 3The Carbon Dioxide Problem
Folder 4Ozone
Folder 5Scientific Regulations and Procedures
Folder 6Working Paper No.105
Folder 7Papers on Environmental Policy
Folder 8"Cooperation, Deterrence, and the Ecology of Regulatory Enforcement" by John T. Scholz
Folder 9"Towards a Positive Theory of Insurance" by Clifford W. Smith Jr. and David Mayers
Folder 10Major League Team Sports
Other c level: Collection with otherlevel:
Box 103, Correspondence Papers
Folder 1Recommendation Letters
Folder 2The Lessons of 1787
Folder 3Materials on Tel Aviv Speech
Folder 4Recommendations
Folder 5Reviews on Political Science Papers (1 of 4)
Folder 6Reviews on Political Science Papers (2 of 4)
Folder 7Reviews on Political Science Papers (3 of 4)
Folder 8Reviews on Political Science Papers (4 of 4)
Box 104, Teaching Material, Publications
Folder 1The Journal of Politics
Folder 2Nested Games: The Cohesion of French Coalitions
Folder 3A Social Choice Model of Politics in the Continental Congress
Folder 4Rationality and Reasoning
Folder 5Individuals and Groups
Folder 6National Science Foundation Proposal Evaluation Form
Folder 7Political Science 219 Final Examination
Folder 8Political Science 219 Notes
Folder 9A Play about the Constitutional Convention of 1787
Folder 10The Articles of Confederation
Box 105, Letters of Recommendation
Folder 1Letters of Recommendation (1 of 9)
Folder 2Letters of Recommendation (2 of 9)
Folder 3Letters of Recommendation (3 of 9)
Folder 4Letters of Recommendation (4 of 9)
Folder 5Letters of Recommendation (5 of 9)
Folder 6Letters of Recommendation (6 of 9)
Folder 7Letters of Recommendation (7 of 9)
Folder 8Letters of Recommendation (8 of 9)
Folder 9Letters of Recommendation (9 of 9)
Box 106, Teaching Materials and Publications
Folder 1Political Science 219 Notes
Folder 2Rhetorical Interaction of the Campaigns
Folder 3Mr. Madison and Mr. Morris and the Great Compromise
Folder 4Political Science 219
Folder 5Political Science 219
Folder 6Public Sector Growth (1 of 4)
Folder 7Public Sector Growth (2 of 4)
Folder 8Public Sector Growth (3 of 4)
Folder 9Public Sector Growth (4 of 4)
Box 107, Student's Dissertation and Conference Papers
Folder 1Public Regulation of National Securities Exchanges
Folder 2Economic and Political Determinants of Regulatory Decisions (1 of 2)
Folder 3Economic and Political Determinants of Regulatory Decisions (2 of 2)
Folder 4Nuclear Proliferation (1 of 2)
Folder 5Nuclear Proliferation (2 of 2)
Folder 6The Perils of Regulation
Folder 7Regulation of Risk
Box 108, Papers and Publications
Folder 1National Water Pollution
Folder 2An Assessment of the Merits of Selective Nuclear Proliferation
Folder 3Ball v. James
Folder 4Indiana Law Journal
Folder 5The Policy Impact of Reapportionment
Folder 6Kramer v. Union School District
Folder 7Campus Times
Box 109, Correspondence, Publications, and Papers
Folder 1Academy Nominations (1 of 4)
Folder 2Academy Nominations (2 of 4)
Folder 3Academy Nominations (3 of 4)
Folder 4Academy Nominations (4 of 4)
Folder 5Riker-Wilson Fellowship
Folder 6Graduate Studies
Folder 7The American Political Science Review
Folder 8Proximire's Letters
Folder 9Riker-Guggenheim
Box 110, Correspondence, Papers, Drafts, and Speeches
Folder 1"A Conference on Comparative Political Economy: Emerging Property Rights in Socialist and Formerly Socialist Countries" by William H. Riker and David L. Weimer, March 11,1991
Folder 2American Political Science Association
Folder 3Trigonometry
Folder 4Priority Work
Folder 5Smith Richardson Foundation, Incorporate and Foundation
Folder 6Social Science Research Council
Folder 7Taiwan Speeches and Addresses
Folder 8Amal Ray
Folder 9The Atlantic
Folder 10Lecture Series
Box 111, Publication Drafts and Expository Writing
Folder 1Expository Writing (1 of 3)
Folder 2Expository Writing (2 of 3)
Folder 3Expository Writing (3 of 3)
Folder 4Remarks by William Riker
Folder 5"Marginality and Responsiveness" by Eugene J. Alpert
Folder 6Richard Rosett (1 of 2)
Folder 7Richard Rosett (2 of 2)
Box 112, Publication Drafts
Folder 1Referee Report on Essay by William Riker
Folder 2James v. Ball (1 of 2)
Folder 3James v. Ball (2 of 2)
Box 113, Political Science Department Materials
Folder 1Rosett 1983
Folder 2William H. Riker Personal
Folder 3University and Department Concerns
Box 114, Book Marginalia
Folder 1Madison, James - Notes of Debates in the Federal Convention (1 of 2)
Folder 1aMadison, James - Notes of Debates in the Federal Convention (2 of 2)
Folder 2Aristotle - The Notes of Aristotle (1 of 2)
Folder 2aAristotle - The Notes of Aristotle (2 of 2)
Folder 3Luce, R. Duncan and Raiffa, Howard - Games and Decisions
Folder 4Mannheim, Karl - Ideology and Utopia
Folder 5Hobbes, Thomas - Cambridge English Classics: Leviathan
Folder 6The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution
Folder 7Evans, Lawrence B. - Cases on American Constitutional Law
Folder 8The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution - Commentaries on the Constitution Public and Private
Folder 9Marx, Karl - Capital
Folder 10Rawls, John - A Theory of Justice
Folder 11Bloom, Allan - The Republic of Plato
Folder 12Plott, Charles R. - Rawls's Theory of Justice: An Impossibility Result
Box 115, Book Marginalia
Folder 1Carl J. Friedrich - The New Belief in the Common Man
Folder 2Duncan Black - Committe Decisions with Complementary Valuation
Folder 3Max Farrand - The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787
Folder 4Robert A. Dahl- A Preface to Democratic Theory
Folder 5The Federalist Papers
Folder 6The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution
Folder 7Niccolo Machiavelli - The Prince and Discourses
Folder 8George J. Stigler - The Theory of Price
Folder 9John Von Neumann and Oskar Morgenstern - Theory of Games and Economic Behavior
Folder 10Anthony Dawns - An Economic Theory of Democracy
Folder 11Amartya K. Sen - Collective Choice and Social Welfare
Folder 12Thomas C. Schelling - The Strategy of Conflict
Folder 13Francis MacDonald Cornford - The Republic of Plato
Folder 14Kenneth J. Arrow - Social Choice and Individual Values
Folder 15Gary D. Libecap - Contracting for Property Rights
Folder 16Herbert J. Storing - The Complete Anti-Federalist
Folder 17Jean Jacques Rousseau - Philosophy and Theology
Folder 18Anatol Rapoport - N Person Game Theory Concepts and Application
Folder 19J.P. Mayer - Alexis De Tocqueville
Folder 20James M. Buchanan Gordon Tullock - The Calculus of Consent
Folder 21Robin Farquharson - Theory of Voting
Folder 22Edward Peters - Torture
Folder 23Mancur Olson Jr. - The Logic of Collective Action
Folder 24Duncan Black - The Theory of Committees and Elections


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