Summary Information
Title: Dick Thornburgh Papers, Series XVI. Articles and Op-Eds
Collection Number: AIS.1998.30.16
Creator: Thornburgh, Dick

Collection Dates: 1956-2013
Extent: 5.0 linear feet

Language: English

In the collection there are hundreds of articles and op-eds written by Dick Thornburgh, starting in 1956. Although the themes in both the op-eds and articles are highly varied, they consistently appear in Thornburgh's twenty-five year public service and ongoing careers. Nowhere is Thornburgh's leadership role in clarifying issues and serving as an advocate of positive change more evident than in these items. The articles cover legal topics, as well as Pennsylvania, national and international issues. Topics are, for example: public service, judicial reform, home rule, merit selection, organized crime, crime prevention, white collar crime, Pennsylvania's economy, economic development, jobs, education, welfare reform, Three Mile Island (TMI), energy, ethics in government, balanced budget amendment, drug abuse, terrorism, rule of law, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), environmental laws, United Nations, Hong Kong, civil justice reform, tort reform, science and technology, independent counsel, malpractice, and homeland security. The articles have been printed in publications such as legal journals, bulletins, newsletters, and law reviews. The op-eds written by Dick Thornburgh include many of the above topics. The primary difference is that these appear solely in newspapers. Digital reproductions of portions of the collection are available online.

This finding aid is available on line as result of a Commonwealth of Pennsylvania grant to the University of Pittsburgh and with collaboration of the Archives Service Center and the Digital Research Library.

ULS Archives Service Center
University of Pittsburgh Library System
7500 Thomas Boulevard
Pittsburgh, PA, 15260
Date Published:

June 30, 2004

Finding aid prepared by Nancy Watson.
Revision Description:
December 2014:
Additional articles/op-eds were added to the collection. July 2013: Added articles and op-eds from 2004 to present.

Subject Terms

  • Civil service reform
  • Law -- United States
  • Lawyers -- United States
  • Rule of law

Corporate Names
  • Kirkpatrick & Lockhart.
  • Pennsylvania. Governor (1979-1987: Thornburgh).
  • Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant (Pa.).

Personal Names
  • Thornburgh, Dick
  • Thornburgh, Ginny (Judson)

  • Pennsylvania -- Appropriations and expenditures

  • Environment
  • Government
  • Personal papers
  • Politics
  • Social action

Access and Use
Access Restrictions:

No restrictions.

Acquisition Information:

Gift of Dick Thornburgh, February 27, 1998. Additional material acquired in 2013.

Alternate Format:

Digital reproductions of op-eds through 2004 are available electronically at

Preferred Citation:

Dick Thornburgh Papers, 1932- , AIS.1998.30, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

Processing Information:

This collection was processed by Nancy Watson, Curator of the Thornburgh Papers, Holly Mengel, Project Archivist, and a team of graduate students. Processing was made possible by a grant from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 2002. Material added in 2013 was processed by Ms. Watson.


Permission for publication is given on behalf of the University of Pittsburgh as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

Collection Inventory

Series XVI. Articles and Op-Eds, 1956-2013

Scope and Content Notes:

In this portion of the collection the researcher will find hundreds of articles and op-eds written by Dick Thornburgh from law school years up to and including Thornburgh's ongoing career.

The myriad articles cover legal topics, as well as Pennsylvania, national and international issues. The topics include, for example: public service, judicial reform, home rule, merit selection, organized crime, crime prevention, white collar crime, Pennsylvania's economy, economic development, jobs, education, welfare reform, Three Mile Island (TMI), energy, ethics in government, balanced budget amendment, drug abuse, terrorism, rule of law, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), environmental laws, United Nations, Hong Kong, civil justice reform, tort reform, science and technology, independent counsel, malpractice, and homeland security.

Although the themes are highly varied, they consistently appear over Thornburgh's twenty-five year public service and ongoing careers. Nowhere is Thornburgh's leadership role in clarifying issues and serving as an advocate of positive change more evident than in these well-crafted and interesting articles.

The articles have been printed in legal journals, bulletins, newsletters, law reviews, and other various publications. Folders containing the articles are arranged chronologically, and there are both original copies, and frequent drafts. Of additional interest will be Thornburgh's annotations throughout.

The op-eds written by Dick Thornburgh similarly include many of the above topics. The primary difference is that they appear solely in newspapers beginning in 1966. The newspapers include, just for example: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh Press, Washington Post, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Philadelphia Inquirer, USA Today, Toledo Blade, Christian Science Monitor, San Francisco Chronicle, International Tribune Review, Detroit News, and Harrisburg Patriot-News.

Subseries 1. Articles, 1956-2013

Box 979
Folder 1 Case Note: United States v. Brown Shoes Co., University of Pittsburgh Law Review, Vol. 17, No. 4, Summer, 1956
Folder 2 "Discovery and Federal Income Tax Return in Civil Litigation," University of Pittsburgh Law Review, Vol. 18, No. 1, Fall, 1956
Folder 3 "Equity," University of Pittsburgh Law Review, Vol. 21, No. 2, December, 1959
Folder 4 "Remedies," University of Pittsburgh Law Review, Vol. 22, No. 2, December, 1960
Folder 5 "Remedies," University of Pittsburgh Law Review, Vol. 23, No. 2, December, 1961
Folder 6 "Remedies," University of Pittsburgh Law Review, Vol. 24, No. 2, December, 1962
Folder 7 "Remedies," University of Pittsburgh Law Review, Vol. 25, No. 2, December, 1963
Folder 8 "Report of Junior Bar Conference," PA Bar Association Quarterly, Vol. 35, p. 136, January, 1964
Folder 9 "Indigents in PA Criminal Courts: The Impact of Gideon v. Wainwright," PA Bar Association Quarterly, Vol. 36, No.1, p. 59, October, 1964
Folder 10 "Report of Public Service Committee," Pittsburgh Legal Journal, Vol.115, No.1, p. 29, January, 1967
Folder 11 "Proposed Amendments to Pennsylvania Constitution," Pittsburgh Legal Journal, Vol. 115, No. 4, p. 12, April, 1967
Folder 12 "Report of Public Service Committee," Pittsburgh Legal Journal, Vol. 116, No. 2, p. 39, February, 1968
Folder 13 "Review of Judiciary Article Proposed by Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention," Pittsburgh Legal Journal, Daily Edition, No. 4., March 28, 1968
Folder 14 "Blueprint For Modern Government: A Home Rule Charter for Pittsburgh," The Pittsburgh Point, January 16, 1969
Folder 15 "Blueprint For Modern Government: A Home Rule Charter for Pittsburgh," The Republican Voice, Vol. 4, No. 1, February, 1969
Folder 16 "Reports of Public Service Committee," Pittsburgh Legal Journal, Vol. 117, No. 2, p. 45, February, 1969
Folder 17 "Report of Public Service Committee," Pittsburgh Legal Journal, Vol. 117, No. 2, p. 42, February, 1970
Folder 18 "Support Your Local Police: The Case For Strict Handgun Controls," Juris, Duquesne University Law School, Vol. VI, No. 1, 1969
Folder 19 "Organized Crime in Western PA-We Are All Victims," Greater Pittsburgh, June, 1970
Folder 20 "Are We Really Serious About the Crime Problem?," University of Pittsburgh Law Review, 1970
Folder 21 "Are We Really Serious About the Crime Problem?," University of Pittsburgh Law Review, January, 1971
Folder 22 "Metropolitan Government-Would You Repeat the Question Please?," Pittsburgh Legal Journal, No. 3, March, 1971
Folder 23 "Metropolitanism: A Local View," Topic 22, A Journal of Liberal Arts, Washington and Jefferson College, pp. 26-30, Fall, 1971
Folder 24 "Support the Police by Handgun Control," American Bar Association Journal, Vol. 59, pp. 404-406, April, 1973
Folder 25 "The Case for Strict Handgun Controls," Police Times,, March/April, 1973
Folder 26 "Danger! Man With a Gun!," Milwaukee Journal, May 13, 1973
Folder 27 "Changing Priorities in the United States Attorney's Office," Juris, Duquesne University Law School, Vol. VIII, No. 2, December, 1974
Folder 28 "Preface," Georgetown Law Journal, Vol. 64, No. 2, December, 1975
Folder 29 "A Professional Approach to the Career Criminal," publication unknown, excerpted from address to The Conference For a Safe Ohio, May 27, 1976
Folder 30 "Reconciling Effective Federal Prosecution and the Fifth Amendment: 'Criminal Coddling,' 'The New Torture' or 'A Rational Accommodation?,'" Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. 67, No. 2, pp. 155-166, 1976
Folder 31 Letter regarding S.1. to James Smith, Executive Director Allegheny County Bar Association, Pittsburgh Legal Journal, pp. 53-59, Spring, 1976
Folder 32 "For the Defense," Harper's, Vol. 252, No. 1512, pp. 4-6, May, 1976
Folder 33 "A Professional Approach to the Career Criminal," LEAA Newsletter, Vol.6, No.1, pp. 2-6, June, 1976
Folder 34 "The Federal Role in Law Enforcement," Current History, Vol. 70, No. 417, pp. 249-252, June, 1976
Folder 35 "New Challenge Under Speedy Trial Act," New York Law Journal, August 30, 1976
Folder 36 "Crime and Crime Prevention: What Banks Can Do," The Magazine of Bank Administration, pp. 44-46, September,1976
Folder 37 "The Speedy Trial Act," The Judges Journal, Vol.15, No. 4, pp. 92-96, Fall, 1976
Folder 38 "White Collar Crime," Federal Bar News, Vol. 23, No. 11, pp. 308-311, December, 1976
Folder 39 "Band Aid Efforts Won't Solve the Crime Problem," Bar Leader, pp. 16-18, February 3, 1977
Folder 40 "A New Agenda for Leadership," Apparel News, February, 1978
Folder 41 "What Makes Dick Run?," The Smaller Manufacturer, pp. 5-7, March, 1978
Folder 42 "Remarks by Dick Thornburgh," PA Fireman, April,1978
Folder 43 "Credit Unions," Key Notes, September, 1978
Folder 44 "The Economy and a Climate for Jobs," Apparel News, September 25, 1978
Folder 45 "Philadelphia Schools and Pennsylvania Government," Trunk Line, September 25, 1978
Folder 46 "Why I Can Lead"; "The Corruption Issue"; "PA's Growth Prospects"; "Taxation and Finance," four articles: Evening and Sunday Bulletin, October 9, 1978

Box 980
Folder 1 Address to Ripon Society Annual Meeting, Ripon Forum, Vol. 15, No. 5, pp. 13-14, June, 1979
Folder 2 "Welfare Could Collapse of Its Own Weight," Criminal Justice and the Elderly, Summer, 1980
Folder 3 "States Have Responsibility in Partnerships for Progress," National Civic Review, Vol. 70, No. 1, pp. 11-16, January, 1981
Folder 4 "Energy Issues," American Oil and Gas Reporter, pp. 87-89, January, 1981
Folder 5 "...But States Have Entered a New Era, Offer 'A Better Way,'" Governors Bulletin, May 8, 1981
Folder 6 "Managing the New Federalism in Pennsylvania," Ripon Forum, Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 6-10, January, 1982
Folder 7 "Thornburgh Legally Speaking," Pennsylvania Lawyer, Vol. 4, No. 4, June 15, 1982
Folder 8 "Message to Members of PA Pharmaceutical Association," Pennsylvania Pharmacist, Vol. 63, No. 10, pp. 246 and 264, October, 1982
Folder 9 "Governor Dick Thornburgh Analyzes PA's Economy," PMA Outlook, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 5-19, Fall, 1982
Folder 10 "Renewing Our Commitment," Holocaust Education, by Marcia Sachs Littell, Symposium Series, Vol. 13, pp. 1-5, October 24-26, 1982
Folder 11 "Fast, Painless, Cures for Flaws in Shaping Federal Budgets," Business Week, p. 23, April 30, 1984
Folder 12 "State Strategies and Incentives for Economic Development," Journal of Law and Commerce, Vol. 4, No. 1, 1984
Folder 13 "Crisis Management: Ten Key Lessons From Three Mile Island Experience," Public Affairs Review, pp. 24-28, 1985
Folder 14 "Innovation Through Application," Price Waterhouse Report regarding Conference on Innovation for Economic Growth, July 30, 1985
Folder 15 "Congress, President Need Change to Constitution on Balancing the Budget," Governors Weekly Bulletin, NGA, 1986
Folder 16 "Ten Lessons in Emergency Management," Capital Ideas, Governors Center at Duke University, November 1, 1986
Folder 17 "The Case for Constitutionally Mandated Balanced Budget," Detroit College of Law Review, Vol. 1986, No. 4, Winter, 1986
Folder 18 "TMI: Le Temoignage de Dick Thornburgh, Gouverneur de Pennsylvannie," (To be published as chapter in France), 1987
Folder 19 "How Pennsylvania regained control of welfare," City & State, July, 1987
Folder 20 Subject: The politics of deficit reduction: Ties that Bind: Debts, Deficits, Demographics, p. 80, Americans for Generational Equity Conference Proceedings, September 10-11, 1987
Folder 21 "From the Star Car to the Governor's Office," Bulletin of the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Fall/Winter, 1987
Folder 22 "Thoughts on the 1988 Campaign," Harvard Political Review, Vol. 15, No. 1, November, 1987
Folder 23 Published remarks from Eagleton Institute of Politics, The Governor and the Legislature: "Office of Governor: Problems and Possibilities," Eagleton's 1987 Symposium on State of the States, 1988
Folder 24 "The Pennsylvania Experience: The State's Role in an Era of Economic Transition," Economic Development Commentary, Vol. 12, No. 1, Spring, 1988
Folder 25 "Thornburgh Looks Back and Ahead," PMA Quarterly, Vol. 1, No.1, April, 1988
Folder 26 "Good Ethics is Good Government," Josephson Institute, Ethics, Spring/Summer, 1988

Box 981
Folder 1 "Gramm-Rudman-Hollings and the Balanced Budget Amendment," Harvard Journal on Legislation, Vol. 25, No. 2, Summer, 1988
Folder 2 "Providing the Services our Citizens Want," County News, pp. 8a and 11a, August 1, 1988
Folder 3 "The State's Role in an Era of Economic Transition: The Pennsylvania Experience, Economic Quarterly, Vol. 2, No. 3, August, 1988
Folder 4 Thornburgh comments on "Hopes, Fears, and Federalism," by John E. Chubb, Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for the Social Sciences Occasional Papers Series, August 25, 1988
Folder 5 "A Revitalized Concept of Public Service," Flintlock and Powderhorn, Vol. 6, No. 2, September, 1988
Folder 6 "Challenges Facing State and Local Government," Forum, Vol. 3, No. 3, Fall, 1988
Folder 7 "Reinvigorating Government," JFK School of Government, Bulletin, Fall/Winter, 1988
Folder 8 "Richard Thornburgh Sets His Agenda," Legal Times, October 17, 1988
Folder 9 "The FBI National Academy-A Symbol of Excellence," The Police Chief, November, 1988
Folder 10 "Message from Attorney General Dick Thornburgh," Commissioner's Communique (INS), Vol. 2, No. 6, November/December, 1988
Folder 11 "Thornburgh Seeks to Improve Coordination Between Law Enforcement Agencies," Subject to Debate, November/December, 1988
Folder 12 "The Beat Officer-Preserving the Quality of Life," The Police Chief, Vol. 15, No. 12, December, 1988
Folder 13 "Anti-Drug Abuse Act an Opportunity for Law Enforcement," The Police Chief, Vol. LVI, No. 1, January, 1989
Folder 14 "For Police, Citizens Are Friends, As Well As Customers," Subject to Debate, Vol. 3, No. 1 (published by police executive research forum), January/February, 1989
Folder 15 "Terrorism and the Inherent Conflict of Values," The Police Chief, March, 1989
Folder 16 "The Growing International Role of the Justice Department," World Affairs Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1, April 24, 1989
Folder 17 "Fighting 'Crime in the Suites,'" The Police Chief, April, 1989
Folder 18 "A View from the Commission," Intergovernmental Perspective, Vol. 15, No. 3, Summer, 1989
Folder 19 "A Great Success Story," The Pentacle, Vol. 9, No. 1, Summer/June, 1989
Folder 20 "Proper Training of our Law Enforcement Personnel," The Field Training Quarterly, October, 1989
Folder 21 "A Tale of Two Nations," ADL Bulletin (Anti-Defamation League), Vo. 46, No. 10, December, 1989
Folder 22 Opening statement by AG, ADL of B'nai B'rith, 1988 ADL Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents, 1989
Folder 23 "A Focus on the Diverse Functions of DOJ: The War on Drugs," Federal Bar News & Journal, Vol. 37, No. 1, January, 1990
Folder 24 "Uncle Sam Wants You-to Pay What You Owe the Government," USA Today, Vol. 118, No. 2536, January, 1990
Folder 25 "A Message from the Attorney General," National Institute of Justice Bulletin, March, 1990
Folder 26 "White Collar Crime: The Federal Response," The Commonwealth, Vol. 84, No. 15, April 9, 1990
Folder 27 "The Soviet Union and the Rule of Law," Foreign Affairs, Vol. 69, No. 2, Spring, 1990
Folder 28 "Boundless Energy," Tennessee Law Review, Vol. 57, No. 3, Spring, 1990
Folder 29 "The Rule of Law in the Soviet Union: A Necessary Framework for Democratic Reform," The Heritage Lectures, July 10, 1990
Folder 30 "The Rule of Law in the Soviet Union," Vital Speeches of the Day, Vol. LVI, No. 21, August 15, 1990
Folder 31 "Firmly Committed to Enforce ADA," Worklife, Vol. 3, No. 3, Fall, 1990
Folder 32 "Thornburgh Defends Muzzle on Prosecutors," Legal Times, November 12, 1990
Folder 33 "Founding Values," New Dimensions: The Psychology Behind the News, November, 1990
Folder 34 "The Americans with Disabilities Act," LABOR Law Journal, Vol. 41, No. 12, December, 1990
Folder 35 "The Separation of Powers: An Exemplar of the Rule of Law," Washington University Law Quarterly, Vol. 68, No. 3, 1990
Folder 36 Comments by Dick Thornburgh, The Lure of the Law, Richard W. Moll, pp.185-189, 1990
Folder 37 "Law and Values in a Changing World," Vital Speeches of the Day, Vol. LVII, No. 7, January 15, 1991
Folder 38 Published letter from AG Thornburgh regarding "What Happens to the Drugs After a Bust?" Ann Landers column, January 21, 1991
Folder 39 "The Americans with Disabilities Act and the Future for Children," Exceptional Parent Magazine, Vol. 21, No. 2, March, 1991
Folder 40 "White-Collar Crime: The Federal Response," The Commonwealth, March 23, 1991
Folder 41 "Criminal Enforcement of Environmental Laws -A National Priority," The George Washington Law Review, Vol. 59, No. 4, April, 1991
Folder 42 "Ethics and the Attorney General: The Attorney General Responds," Judicature, Vol. 74, No. 6, April-May, 1991
Folder 43 "Prosecutors and the press in the search for the truth," Judicature, Vol. 75, No. 1, June-July, 1991
Folder 44 "The Rule of Law in Eastern Europe," Cumberland Law Review, Vol. 21, p. 439, Summer, 1991
Folder 45 "The Americans with Disabilities Act: Overcoming Barriers to Independence," Program Digest (National Easter Seal Society), Winter, 1991

Box 982
Folder 1 "Old United Nations: Putting UN in a Fitness Course," Foreign Service Journal, Vol. 70, No. 5, pp. 31-33, May, 1993
Folder 2 "Today's United Nations in a Changing World," The American University Journal of International Law and Policy, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 215-223, Fall, 1993
Folder 3 "Reform and Restructuring at the United Nations: A Progress Report," Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Social Sciences, Dartmouth College Occasional Papers Series, 1993
Folder 4 "Time for a Balanced-Budget Amendment," Congressional Record-Senate, S1997, February 28, 1994
Folder 5 "The Saga of Cooper Companies: How NOT to Avoid Indictment," by Thornburgh and R. Adelman, K&L Securities Enforcement and Litigation Update, pp. 1-4, Spring, 1994
Folder 6 "Election Observation Mission to Russia," International Republican Institute (IRI), Spring, 1994
Folder 7 "The Saga of Cooper Companies: How NOT to Avoid Indictment," by Thornburgh and R. Adelman, Insights, Vol. 8, No. 9, September, 1994
Folder 8 "The Internationalization of Business Crime," Transnational Organized Crime, Vol. 1, pp. 23-32, Spring, 1995
Folder 9 "Doing What's Necessary to Fight Crime," Pennsylvania Lawyer, Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 12-14, March-April, 1995
Folder 10 "Incompetent Counsel in Capital Cases: A Root Cause of Delay in Habeas Corpus Proceedings," The Advocate, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 3-5, June, 1995
Folder 11 "Selling Out Hong Kong Democracy," Legal Times, July 17, 1995
Folder 12 "The Internationalization of Business Crime," White Collar Crime Reporter, Andrews Publications, Vol.9, No. 8, September, 1995
Folder 13 Divided It Stands: Can the UN Really Work? by James Holtje, forward by Dick Thornburgh, Turner Publishing, Inc., 1995
Folder 14 Forward by Governor Dick Thornburgh and Governor Dick Celests, co-chairs of State-Federal Technology Partnership; Partnerships: A Compendium of State and Federal Cooperative Technology Programs, Christopher Coburn, Editor, 1995
Folder 15 "The Federal Role in Economic Development: Definitions, Issues, and Options," National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) Panel (paper submitted), January 26, 1996
Folder 16 "High Noon for Civil Justice Reform," The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, Vol. 4, No. 2, February, 1996
Folder 17 "Punitive Damage Awards After BMW v. Gore," Legal Backgrounder, Vol. 11, No. 27, July 26, 1996
Folder 18 Introduction, p. v, " Civil Justice Reform: What Now?," Briefly...Perspectives on Legislation, Regulation, and Litigation, No. 3, November, 1996
Folder 19 "Business Crime Goes International," Common Sense, Republican Journal of Fact and Opinion, No. 9, pp. 75-85, Winter, 1996
Folder 20 "Toward an Effective and Efficient United Nations," American Leadership Conference, Washington Times Foundation, 1996
Folder 21 "America's Civil Justice Dilemma: The Prospects for Reform," Maryland Law Review, Vol. 5, No.4, 1996
Folder 22 Introduction by Dick Thornburgh, Citizen Suite and Qui Tam Actions: Private Enforcement of Public Policy by Blanch, Cohen Gerson, Slavitt. Published by National Legal Center for the Public Interest, 1996
Folder 23 "Tort Reform and the 1996 Election" by Dick Thornburgh and Genevieve Matthews, The Alert, Newsletter of Federal Bar Association's Corporate & Association Counsel's Division, Vol. 5, No.5, January, 1997
Folder 24 "Junk Science Makes Junk Law," National Review, Vol. XLIX, No. 5, March 24, 1997
Folder 25 "The Rule of Law in Hong Kong: Some Implications for U.S. Policy," Journal of International Economic Law, University of Pittsburgh, Vol. 18, No. 1, Spring, 1997
Folder 26 "The Search for 'The Truth, The Whole Truth and Nothing but the Truth' in the Criminal Justice System," Iowa Advocate, pp. 8-9, (Excerpted from speech to University of Iowa School of Law, Spring/Summer, 1997
Folder 27 "Supreme Court Should Confirm Trial Judges' Authority to Review Scientific Evidence," Legal Opinion Letter of the Washington Legal Foundation, September 26, 1997
Folder 28 "Introduction of Chairman F. Eugene Dixon, Jr. and Chancellor James H. McCormick," State System of Higher Education, p.8, November 13, 1997
Folder 29 Published Federalist Society Conference on "Civil Justice and the Litigation Process," Dick Thornburgh Opening remarks, New York Law School Law Review, Vol. XLI, No. 2, p. 537, 1997
Folder 30 "Junk Science-The Lawyer's Ethical Responsibilities," Fordham Urban Law Journal, Vol. XXV, No. 3, Spring, 1998
Folder 31 "Let Starr Do His Job," by Griffin B. Bell, Edwin Meese, III, Richard L. Thornburgh, and William P. Barr, Wall Street Journal Op Ed, March 11, 1998

Box 983
Folder 131 "The Dangers of Judicial Usurpation of Puerto Rico's Political Self-Determination", Congressional Record, May 7, 1998

Box 982
Folder 32 "Government Lawyers and Privilege: The Hazards of Wearing Two Hats," On Point, Vol. 2, No.1, p. 11, August, 1998
Folder 33 "A Preview of the Supreme Court's 1998-1999 Term," K&L Appellate Briefs, Vol. 2, No. 9, September, 1998
Folder 34 "Some Reflections on Three Mile Island," No.9 Contemporary Issue Series Occasional Paper, The Clarke Center, Dickinson College, September, 1998
Folder 35 "A Path to Smarter Federal Leadership in Economic Development: Learning, Leveraging and Linking," Economic Development Quarterly-The Journal of American Economic Revitalization, Vol.12, No. 4, November, 1998
Folder 36 Introduction by Dick Thornburgh, The Qui Tam Quagmire: Understanding the Law in and Era of Aggressive Expansion, Washington Legal Foundation, 1998
Folder 37 Defending the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Supreme Court Amicus Brief filed by Dick Thornburgh on behalf of N.O.D. on the Olmstead Case, March 15, 1999
Folder 38 Ex-Pennsylvania Governor Dick Thornburgh on State's R and D Role, Science and Government Report, Vol. XXIX, No. 9, May 15, 1999
Folder 39 "Dedication to Frank M. Johnson, Jr.," co-authored with Irs Burnim, Mental and Physical Disability Law Reporter, September-October, 1999
Folder 40 "Privileged Talks Boost Compliance," The National Law Journal, p. A29, December 13, 1999
Folder 41 "Attorney-Client Privilege and 'Crime-Fraud' Exception: The Erosion of Business Privacy," Washington Legal Foundation, 1999
Folder 42 "Reflections on the Americans With Disabilities Act," Texas Medical Center News, Vol. 22, No. 5, March 15, 2000
Folder 43 "Judges must bring sanity to punitive damages awards," PMA Legislative Bulletin, No. 27, March 20, 2000
Folder 44 "Supreme Court Preview," by Dick Thornburgh and David R. Fine, K&L Update, Vol. 4, No. 4, July-August, 2000
Folder 45 "Pausing to Reflect on The ADA After 10 Years," by Dick Thornburgh and David R. Fine, Exceptional Parent (EP), Vol. 30, No. 8, August, 2000
Folder 46 "Reflections on the Americans With Disabilities Act," Center News, Houston Law Review, Vol. 37, No.4, Fall, 2000
Folder 47 "Thornburgh Critiques Federal Criminal Code," Ohio Lawyers Weekly, October 2, 2000
Folder 48 "It's Time for a Federal Code," [speech given at 2000 FBA annual convention in Cleveland, Ohio], The Federal Lawyer, Vol. 47, No. 10, p. 45, November/December, 2000
Folder 49 "Tools for Fighting Corruption Worldwide: A Primer," Hearsay, a Deloitte and Touche publication, December, 2000
Folder 50 "The Liability Explosion," Briefly, National Legal Center, Vol. 4, No. 7 (from annual General Counsel Briefing entitled "Corporate Law on the Edge of the Millennium"), 2000
Folder 51 "America's Challenges and Responsibilities in the 21st Century," Vision & Values, Grove City College, Alumni Association Publication, February, 2001
Folder 52 "The McDade Law Creates a Cloud," The Federal Lawyer, March-April, 2001
Folder 53 "ENABLING ACTS" May 25, 2001, by Dick Thornburgh and David R. Fine [and second "Enabling Behavior" May 2001, unknown publication], May, 2001
Folder 54 "Class action retrofit," The National Law Journal/, July 16, 2001
Folder 55 "Justice Department Should Study Criminalization of Business Conduct," Washington Legal Foundation "Counsel's Advisory," Vol. 8, No. 13, September 21, 2001
Folder 56 "What Role for the United Nations in Responding to Terrorism," Washington Legal Foundation "Legal Backgrounder," Vol. 16, No. 49, November 6, 2001
Folder 57 Tenth Circuit Judicial Conference re "Growing Federalization of Criminal Law," New Mexico Law Review, Winter, 2001
Folder 58 "Cure for high premiums," The National Law Journal, September 23, 2002
Folder 59 Chapter: "What My Country Means to Me," My America, book edited by Hugh Downs, Fall, 2002
Folder 60 "Junk Science makes junk law," Washington Legal Foundation, February 6, 2003
Folder 61 "Cure for Malpractice Lies With Congress," New York Law Journal, March 17, 2003
Folder 62 "A Recent Supreme Court Punitive Decision Unites Usually-Opposed Justices On the Need for More Guidance in this Area," by Dick Thornburgh and David R. Fine, FindLaw's Legal Commentary, May 28, 2003
Folder 63 "Manage Your CEO--or Else," by Dick Thornburgh and Michael J. Missal, Chief Legal Executive, Vol. 2, No. 3; AND "Youth, Pornography, and the Internet," by Dick Thornburgh and Herbert Lin, Issues in Science and Technology, Fall, 2003
Folder 64 "Fighting Corruption through Multilateral Financial Institutions," Foreign Policy Research Institute, Winter, 2003
Folder 65 "Faith, Ethics and the Law," Princeton Seminary Bulletin, Vol. XXV, No. 1, Spring, 2004
Folder 66 Forward to System under Stress: Homeland Security and American Politics, by Donald F. Kettl, 2004
Folder 67 "Clearing Hurtles," connecting people with disabilities, July 26, 2004

Box 983
Folder 132 "The Case for Civil Justice Reform", Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy, Volume 2, No. 2, Summer 2004
Folder 133 "Crisis in Corporate Governance? The WorldCom Saga", Executive Counsel, July 2004
Folder 134 "Empowering the 'Good Guys'" (draft), Pennsylvania Lawyer, Vol 26, No.4, July-August 2004
Folder 135 "Diversity and Disability: Recognizing the Talents of People with Disabilities", K&L Gates Issue Paper, Summer/Fall 2004
Folder 136 "Six Lessons from WorldCom" by Thornburgh and Missal, Corporate Counsel, September 2004
Folder 137 "State of Tennessee v. George Lane, Beverly Jones and USA, Respondents, Supreme Court brief No. 02-1667: Dick Thornburgh, NOD, etc. Amici curiae, November 2004
Folder 138 "Balancing Civil Liberties &Homeland Security: Does USA PATRIOT Act Avoid Justice Jackson's 'Suicide Pact'", Albany Review, Vol. 68 No.4, 2005
Folder 139 "Commercial Free Speech", Washington Legal Fdation "Conversations With", Summer 2005
Folder 140 "The Supreme Court - Allow television Coverage", National Law Journal by Thornburgh and D.R.Fine, December 2005
Folder 141 "Organizing a Successful Corporate Internal Investigation", WLF "Legal Backgrounder", April 21, 2006
Folder 142 "Waiver of the Attorney-Client Privilege: A Balanced Approach", WLF "Legal Backgrounder", June 2006
Folder 143 "Foreign Corrupt Practices Act - US legislation with global implications", PLC Cross-border Quarterly, April-June 2006
Folder 144 "Watch Out for Voting Day Bugs", Electronic article with Richard Celeste, August 18, 2006
Folder 145 "Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Enforcement after US v. Kay", Washington Legal Foundation, 2006
Folder 146 "The Issue: US & International Anti-Corruption Efforts", WLF: "Conversations with…", Winter 2006
Folder 147 "Breaking Down Barriers to Hiring Lawyers with Disabilities", K&L Gates "Diversity" newsletter, Winter/Spring 2007
Folder 148 "Building and retaining trust in biomedical community", Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine, March 2007
Folder 149 Keynote speech: "Dedication William R. Eleazer Courtroom", Stetson Law Review, Vol 36, No 3, Spring 2007
Folder 150 "The Dangers of Over-Criminalization & Need for Real Reform: Dilemma of Artificial Entities & Artificial Crimes", American Criminal Law Review, Fall 2007
Folder 151 "Surveillance Sanity", Wall Street Journal, October 31, 2007
Folder 152 "Supreme Court Rejects 'Scheme Liability' Claims by Securities Class Action Plaintiffs", K&L Gates "Stay Informed", January 16, 2008
Folder 153 "Improve Corporate Governance", Brookings Institute "Opportunity '08", March 30, 2008
Folder 154 "Suit to hold manufacturer strictly liable for illegal product use should be dismissed", Washington Legal Foundation "Legal Backgrounder", August 22, 2008
Folder 155 "Maintaining the Corporate Compliance Commitment", Washington Legal Foundation: "Conversation With", Summer 2008
Folder 156 "The Changing Legal Landscape for Intellectual Property", Washington Legal Foundation: "Conversation With", Fall 2008
Folder 157 "Globalizing a Response to Disability Discrimination", Washington Legal Review, Vol. 83 No. 4, November 2008
Folder 158 "The Credit Crisis and Corporate Governance Failures", "Executive Counsel", November/December 2008
Folder 159 Introduction to Special Report: "Federal Erosion of Business Civil Liberties", Washington Legal Foundation Special Report, Second Edition , March 2010
Folder 160 Background Paper re Board Decision Making, National Association of Corporate Directors meeting, March 2, 2010
Folder 161 "US Supreme Court: Mixed Results for the Business Community", K&L Gates: Global Government Solutions, June 2010
Folder 162 "Ruling on Anti-Terror Tactics Subjects Law Enforcement Officials to Personal Liability", Washington Legal Foundation, Legal Opinion Letter: Vol. 18 No 11, June 4, 2010
Folder 163 "WHAT do I know?", Pittsburgh Quarterly, Fall 2010
Folder 164 "Washington Legal Foundation: October 2010 US Supreme Court", Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, Inc., October 4, 2010
Folder 165 "Supreme Court", K&L Gates Global Government Solutions 2011: Annual Outlook, January 2011
Folder 166 "Overcriminalization: Sacrificing the Rule of Law in Pursuit of Justice", Heritage Lectures, March 1, 2011
Folder 167 "Supreme Court Reviewing Cases of Interest to Business",, March 9, 2011
Folder 168 "Tribute to NLSA by Dick Thornburgh, Neighborhood Legal Services Association, May 16, 2011
Folder 169 "How to decide who stays in California prisons?", San Diego ONLINE, June 4, 2011
Folder 170 "Foreign Corrupt Practices Act", PLC US Special Report, June 2011
Folder 171 "Deficits Need Balanced Budget Amendment Fix:", Bloomberg, July 20, 2011
Folder 172 "A Balanced Budget Amendment is Not a Nutty Idea", Various newspapers, July 2011
Folder 173 "A Broken Promise Leaves Witness, Family in Danger", USA Today, August 30, 2011
Folder 174 "The Challenge of Over-Criminalization", PA Lawyer Magazine, November-December 2011
Folder 175 "PA High Court May Rule on Minority Shareholders' Rights", WLF Legal Opinion, December 16, 2011
Folder 176 "US Supreme Court's decision: IMS Health Inc. v. Sorrell", WLF Conversations With…, Winter 2012
Folder 177 "Civil Justice Reform in Wisconsin", WLF Conversations With…, Winter 2012
Folder 178 "Competition In Online Search: What Role for Antitrust?", WLF Conversations With …, Winter 2012
Folder 179 "'Equal Justice Under Law': The Role of the Pro Bono Lawyer", PA Lawyer Magazine, January-February 2013
Folder 180 "Shelby County, Alabama v. Eric H. Holder, Jr, Attorney General, et al; Respondents Brief", American Bar Association, February 1, 2013
Folder 181 "Trolling, Licensing & Litigating: A 21st Century Patent Paradigm?", WLF Conversations With…, Spring 2013

Subseries 2. Op-Eds, 1964-2011

Box 983
Folder 1 "GOP Moderates Must Rebuild Party," (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) and other Op-Eds, November 6, 1964
Folder 2 "Thornburgh Discusses Five Important Issues," Republican Voice, August, 1966
Folder 3 Time is Ripe for Peace Talks, Letter to the Editor, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 7, 1967
Folder 4 "How to Support Your Local Police," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 8, 1972
Folder 5 "I Regard Unauthorized Wiretap as Serious Threat," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June, 1973
Folder 6 "How to Support Your Local Police," Pittsburgh Press, June 4, 1973
Folder 7 "Who 'Owns' Public Officials?" Pittsburgh Press, February 22, 1974
Folder 8 "One Nation, Under God…" Pittsburgh Press, June 29, 1975
Folder 9 "For the Record," Speech excerpt regarding white collar crime, Washington Post, February 12, 1976
Folder 10 "Thornburgh Defends Senate Crime Code Revisions," Pittsburgh Press, March 13, 1976
Folder 11 "The Changes in S.1," Washington Post May 6, 1976
Folder 12 "Of S.1 and the First Amendment," Letter to Editor, New York Times, June 11, 1976
Folder 13 "Start to Fight White Collar Crime," Philadelphia Inquirer, April 5, 1977
Folder 14 "After Three Mile Island," New York Times, March 27, 1980
Folder 15 "Easing Public Fers in the Wake of TMI," Letter to the Editor, New York Times, May 27, 1980
Folder 16 Welfare Cuts in Line with the Economic Realities," Philadelphia Inquirer, June 9, 1980
Folder 17 "Welfare Could Collapse of its own Weight," Philadelphia Inquirer, June 22, 1980
Folder 18 "Complaints Ignored Too Long," Philadelphia Bulletin, February 4, 1981
Folder 19 "Step-wise to Decontrol," Philadelphia Daily News, February 18, 1981
Folder 20 "State Gains Defended," New York Times, May 3, 1981
Folder 21 "Selecting Judges by Merit," York Daily Record, May 27, 1981
Folder 22 "There is not TMI Choice: Resolving Safety, Funding Comes First," NRC Testimony, Philadelphia Inquirer, August 19, 1981
Folder 23 "Health Care Help for the Unemployed," Letter to the Editor, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 1, 1983
Folder 24 "The State is Pushing for Excellence in School," Philadelphia Inquirer, November 23, 1983
Folder 25 "Education Reforms Needed in State," Harrisburg Evening News, November 23, 1983
Folder 26 "An American 'cabbage patch' thrives in Communist China," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, January 18, 1984
Folder 27 "Why a Balanced Budget Amendment - - the 'Politics as Usual' that Puts Us in the Hole Opposes Reform," Los Angeles Times February 1, 1985
Folder 28 "Case for a Balanced Budget Amendment," Letter to the Editor, New York Times, March 13, 1985
Folder 29 "The Year to End the State Stores," Philadelphia Inquirer, April 3, 1985
Folder 30 "Dedicated to Improving Public Education in Pennsylvania," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 17, 1985
Folder 31 "Governors respond to the deficit dilemma," Harrisburg Patiot News, October 6, 1985
Folder 32 "Balanced Budgets: Good for the Country," Letter to the Editor, Washington Post, May 4, 1986
Folder 33 "State's Welfare Reform is Working," Philadelphia Inquirer, March 19, 1986
Folder 34 "How We Tried to Tell the Russians About TMI," Washington Post, May 4, 1986
Folder 35 "Secrecy Threatens Another Chernobyl," Pittsburgh Press, May 6, 1986
Folder 36 "Lesson TMI Lost on Soviets," Harrisburg Patriot, May 7, 1986
Folder 37 "The Judges Should be Selected on Merit," Philadelphia Inquirer, April 12, 1987
Folder 38 "America Needs Amendment on Balanced Budget," Toledo Blade, January 3, 1988
Folder 39 "A System Without Merit," Point of View Column, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 26, 1988
Folder 40 "States Can Teach Washington Deficits," Letter to the Editor, New York Times, July 14, 1988
Folder 41 "Antitrust Exemptions to Spur Ventures," Wall Street Journal, December 27, 1988
Folder 42 "More Refugees? It's Up to Congress," Letter to the Editor, Washington Post, October 1, 1989
Folder 43 "Potomac Politics on Kapital Hill," New York Times, November 7, 1989
Folder 44 "Thornburgh in Kremlin," Philadelphia Daily News, November 9, 1989
Folder 45 "Worldwide Alliance Against Drugs," The Christian Science Monitor, March 1, 1990
Folder 46 "U.S. Government is Going After the Savings and Loans Cheats," Philadelphia Inquirer, September 2, 1990
Folder 47 "The House Crime Bill': Attorney General Thornburgh Responds," Washington Post, September 23, 1990
Folder 48 "One Anti-Crime Bill, One Pro-Crime Bill," Wall Street Journal, September 26, 1990
Folder 49 "Curbing Death Row Appeals," USA Today, October 5, 1990
Folder 50 "Now Reverse the Trend of Nullifying the Death Penalty," New York Times, October 18, 1990
Folder 51 "Sumer of '41," Book Review of Real Grass Real Heroes by Dom Dimaggio with Bill Gilbert, Washington Post, October 21, 1990
Folder 52 "The Cream of Coffeetable Books," Book Review of Topps Baseball Cards, New York Times, December 2, 1990
Folder 53 "Six Real Guns …," Washington Post, May 2, 1991
Folder 54 "Tracing 6 Real Guns and How They Killed," Philadelphia Inquirer, May 4, 1991
Folder 55 "There's a Way Out of the Deficit: It's a Balanced Budget Amendment," Philadelphia Inquirer, February 12, 1992
Folder 56 "Time for US to Adopt Balanced-Budget Law," Christian Science Monitor, March 18, 1993
Folder 57 "To Make the U.N. Work," Washington Post, March 25, 1993
Folder 58 "How to Clean Up the United Nations," International Herald Tribune, March 26, 1993
Folder 59 "Take an Old Classic for a Satisfying Spin," USA Today Baseball Weekly, October 13, 1993
Folder 60 "How Russia Can Make its Next Elections Fairer," Washington Times, December 27, 1993
Folder 61 "Bring Back the Czar," Wall Street Journal, August 29, 1994
Folder 62 "America's Civil Justice Lottery," San Francisco Chronicle, May 9, 1995
Folder 63 "ADA - - Not a Disabling Mandate," by Janet Reno and Dick Thornburgh, Wall Street Journal, July 26, 1995
Folder 64 "A Blow to Hong Kong's Future," Washington Post, July 30, 1995
Folder 65 "Huge Damages Turn Justice on Its Head," Los Angeles Times, December 5, 1995
Folder 66 "Few, Other than Lawyers, Benefit from Civil Justice," San Diego Union-Tribune, December 6, 1995
Folder 67 "Expand States' Role in New R&D Policy," Boston Globe, January 2, 1996
Folder 68 "Don't Let Litigation Kill Medical Miracles," Washington Times, April 23, 1996
Folder 69 "Out of Balance, Still," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 11, 1996
Folder 70 "A Democratic Process Takes Shape in Russia," Philadelphia Inquirer, June 24, 1996
Folder 71 "Want to Win a Big Suit? Go to Alabama," USA Today, June 27, 1996
Folder 72 "'Tort Hell': Outlandish GM Case Solidifies Alabama's Reputation," Montgomery Advisor, August 1, 1996
Folder 73 "U.S. Must Hold China to Hong Kong Pledge," New York Times (includes correction), October 23, 1996 (October 29, 1996)
Folder 74 "New Chief Must Tackle U.N. Reform," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, December 29, 1996
Folder 75 "Don't Muzzle Judicial Critics," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, February 5, 1997
Folder 76 "Frivolous Lawsuitt Safeguards Under Attack," Detroit News, July 20, 1997
Folder 77 "Enough of Class-Action Abuse," Washington Times, October 30, 1997
Folder 78 "Sending Europe a Bad Message," New York Times, February 15, 1998
Folder 79 "Lawsuit Abuse," Washington Post, April 1, 1998
Folder 80 "A New Judicial Imperialism," Wall Street Journal, May 18, 1998
Folder 81 "Facts on U.S. Nationality and Citizenship," San Juan Star, June 1, 1998
Folder 82 "Perjury is Perjury," Wall Street Journal, September 22, 1998
Folder 83 "Defining Moment for Puerto Rico," Washington Post, November 19, 1998
Folder 84 "The Law Liberals Finally Learned to Hate," Wall Street Journal, February 24, 1999
Folder 85 "Lessons from TMI," Harrisburg Patriot-News, March 28, 1999
Folder 86 "FTC Seeks Precedent Only a Trial Lawyer Could Love," Wall Street Journal, May 10, 1999
Folder 87 "Federalist Society Hardly Qualifies as a Fifth Column," Detroit News, June 30, 1999
Folder 88 "Trying times for trial lawyers," Palm Beach Post, July 22, 1999
Folder 89 "Prosecutors and State Ethical Rules: Trying a Commonsense Approach," Tribune-Review, September 9, 1999
Folder 90 "Trial Lawyer, Heal Thyself: Bring Sanity to Punitive Damage Awards," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 29, 1999
Folder 91 "Zap Some Lawyers: Go for Arbitration," USA Today, October 7, 1999
Folder 92 "Puerto Rico Statehood Would Best Serve the Nation's Interests," Union Leader, Manchester, NH, November 30, 1999
Folder 93 "No End in Sight as Punitive Damages Go Up, Up, Up," Wall Street Journal, March 13, 2000
Folder 94 "The HMO Dilemma: What's the Fairest Battlefield in the Fight for Better Health Care?", Los Angeles Times, April 23, 2000
Folder 95 "Sue, but Don't Prosecute," New York Times, September 20, 2000
Folder 96 "The Supreme Court Can End the Charade," Wall Street Journal, November 30, 2000
Folder 97 "Of Pardons and Plea Bargains," Wall Street Journal, January 24, 2001
Folder 98 "Court Ruling Bolsters State Lead Paint Suit," Letter to Editor, San Fransicsco Chronicle, April 8, 2001
Folder 99 "The Right Man for a Tough Job," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 15, 2001
Folder 100 "High Times in Sequoyah County," The Oklahoman, August 29, 2001
Folder 101 "The Northwest Ordinance: No precedent," San Juan Star, October 11, 2001
Folder 102 "Just Say No to Tort Blackmail," Wall Street Journal, January 21, 2002
Folder 103 "Setting the Record Straight on Judge D. Brooks Smith," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, February 26, 2002
Folder 104 "Judgment Call in the Senate," Letter to Editor re Judge Smith, Washington Post, March 9, 2002
Folder 105 "The legal realities of U.S. citizenship in Puerto Rico," San Juan Star, April 8, 2002
Folder 106 "Well Before Sept. 11, Congress Overtaxed the F.B.I.," New York Times, June 29, 2002
Folder 107 "Bravery inspires first Fourth of July since Sept. 11 tragedy," Harrisburg Patroit-News, July 4, 2002
Folder 108 "Asbestos litigation has gone out of control," Harrisburg Patriot-News, November 22, 2002
Folder 109 "Two Lawyers Say: Limit Damages, Fees," Philadelphia Inquirer, January 8, 2003
Folder 110 "Hong Kong's Struggle," June 13, 2003
Folder 111 "Do the Right Thing," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 30, 2004
Folder 112 "Let Starr do His Job, Wall Street Journal, March 11, 1998
Folder 113 "Yes to county row office consolidation", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 8, 2005
Folder 114 "Response to 'The Flawed Report on Dan Rather'", New York Review of Books, Letter to Editor, May 12, 2005
Folder 115 "Defending a Probe and a Principle", Washington Post, May 17, 2005
Folder 116 "The Fantastic Five", New York Times, September 12, 2005
Folder 117 "Trade pact stomps on lumber", Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon, October 5, 2005
Folder 118 "Doctors, Lawyers, Priests - and Journalists?, Wall Street Journal, July 3, 2006
Folder 119 "Watch Out for Voting Day Bugs", Washington Post and many other newspapers, August 28, 2006
Folder 120 "Puerto Rican Limbo", Wall Street Journal, April 23, 2007
Folder 121 "Citizens Want Political Status Defined", S. Florida Sun-Sentinel, June 14, 2007
Folder 122 "Class Action Gamesmanship", Washington Times, June 15, 2007
Folder 123 "Sirius and XM", Washington Times, March 10, 2008
Folder 124 "Creating a 'Greater Pittsburgh'", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 13, 2008
Folder 125 "Siriusly, FCC Should Put a Spike Through This", Wall Street Journal, June 19, 2008
Folder 126 Opposing view: "Don't fix what ain't broke", USA Today, December 22, 2008
Folder 127 "More Cops on the Street", New York Times, December 28, 2008
Folder 128 "China's Harassed Lawyers", New York Times, July 28, 2009
Folder 129 "Turnpike Commission must be Severed", Allentown Morning Call and others, December 20, 2009
Folder 130 "Balanced Budget Amendment is not a Nutty Idea", Several papers different titles, July 21, 2011

Subseries New Material Added, December 2014

Section: Articles

Box 1039
Folder 1 "The Role of the Republic of China in Collective Security" ROC Conference publication and full event information, Washington D.C., June 21, 1994
Folder 2 Amici Curiae, US Court of Appeals, State of Idaho v. F.B.I. Special Agent Lon T. Horiuchi, July 19, 2001
Folder 3 Considering Employment Law, Civil Rights and Employee Benefits: Report on Supreme Court at Mid-Term (Part 1), K&L Update, March-April 2002
Folder 4 Washington Legal Foundation: Conversations With…Issue: "Asbestos Litigation," Spring 2003
Folder 5 Washington Legal Foundation: Conversations With…Issue "Consumer Product Regulation," WLF, Summer 2003
Folder 6 "Living in the Shadows: TMI 25 years later" Patriot News, March 28, 2004
Folder 7 Washington Legal Foundation: Conversations With…Issue "Civil Justice Reform," Fall 2004
Folder 8 Washington Legal Founcation: Conversations With…Issue "Rhode Island v. Lead Industries Ass'n, March 2005
Folder 9 Washington Legal Foundation: Conversations With…Issue "Legal Reform in Mississippi," Spring 2005
Folder 10 "Thornburgh on Civil Justice Reform," Executive Counsel, March-April 2005
Folder 11 Washington Legal Foundation: Conversations With…Issue: "Legal Reform - A View from the States," Spring 2005
Folder 12 Washington Legal Foundation: Conversations With…Issue: Commercial Free Speech," Summer 2005
Folder 13 Washington Legal Foundation: Conversations With…Issue: "International Trade and Non-Tariff Barriers," Fall 2005
Folder 14 Washington Legal Foundation: Conversations With…Issue: "Prescription Drug Abuse," Winter 2005
Folder 15 "What I Believe - 'Without a Reasonable Doubt," Contribution to Larry King Book, "Without a Reasonable Doubt," November 1, 2006
Folder 16 Book: "Puerto Rico's Future A Time to Decide," CSIS Press, Washington, D.C. Vol.29 No. 1, 2007
Folder 17 "Organizing a Successful Corporate Internal Investigation," Washington Legal Foundation, July 2007
Folder 18 Washington Legal Foundation: Conversations With…Issue: "Supreme Court and Jurisprudence & Practice," Summer 2007
Folder 19 Washington Legal Foundation: Conversations With…Issue: "Benefits of Legal Reform," Fall 2007
Folder 20 Biogaphical contribution to novel "Leapholes Afterword," by by James Grippando, 2007
Folder 21 Washington Legal Foundation: Conversations With..Issue: "Free Enterprise - Left Behind after Sarbanes-Oxley?" Spring 2008
Folder 22 Washington Legal Foundation: Conversations With…Issue: "Maintaining the Corporate Compliance Commitment," Summer 2008
Folder 23 "DOJ Issues New Guidance That Retreats From Aggressive Pollicies Followed in White Collar Cases," K&L Gates, September 2008
Folder 24 Brief, Supreme Court, "Ashcroft v. Javaid Iqbal, September 5, 2008
Folder 25 Washington Legal Foundation: Conversations With…Issue; "Overecriminalization and Financial Crisis," October 27, 2008
Folder 26 "Waiver of the attorney-client privilege: the need for a legislative solution," Lawyers Journal, November 7, 2008
Folder 27 "Could Bart Giamatti hve stopped steroids?," Yale Alumni Magazine, February 11, 2009
Folder 28 Amici Curiae, Supreme Court: "Northwest Austin Municipal Utility District Number One," March 25, 2009
Folder 29 Forward to "Caclculus of Character finds a remarkable interplay of social concepts…", By Peter Blanck et al, Cambridge University Press, 2009
Folder 29a Washington Legal Foundation Legal Opinion Letter, "Ruling on Anti-Terror Tactics Subjects Law Enforcement Officials to Personal Liability," June 4, 2010
Folder 30 Washington Legal Foundation: Conversations Wiith…Issue "Threats to Philanthropic Freedom," Summer 2010
Folder 31 "What would Atticus Finch do?," National Law Journal, August 11, 2010
Folder 32 Washington Legal Foundation: Former Attorneys General Urge Dismissal of Case Seeking Damages From Senior Administration Offical: Ashcroft v. Al-Kidd, No. 10-98, August 19, 2010
Folder 33 Washington Legal Foundation, Conversations With…Issue "Antitrust Law and Policy in the Innovation Age," September 2010
Folder 34 "Homeland security, civil liberties and the rule of law," National Law Journal, September 5, 2011
Folder 35 Brief, Supreme Court, "Clapper v. Amnesty Internatinal" No. 11-1025, August 2, 2012

Section: Op-Eds

Box 1039
Folder 36 "What is free about free association?" San Juan Star, October 20, 2002
Folder 37 "Internet Safety," Letter to Editor, New York Tmes, December 2, 2002,
Folder 38 "The Private Sector," Post-Gazette, March 30, 2004
Folder 39 "Narrow decision jeopardizes access for disabled," Patriot-News, Harrisburg, by Thornburgh and Tom Harkin, June 20, 2004
Folder 40 "Dred Scott and Balzac - A legacy of equality denied," San Juan Star, July 14, 2004
Folder 41 " Human Rights for the Disabled," Washington Post, by Thornburgh and Alan Reich, November 3, 2004
Folder 42 "Surveillance Sanity," Wall Street Journal, by Thornburgh and Benjamin Civiletti and William Webster, October 31, 2007
Folder 43 "U.S. reluctance to sign treaty on disabilities is painful, puzzling," Seattle Times, by Thornburgh and Paul Steven Miller, June 25, 2008
Folder 44 "Freeh hastily misjudged Paterno," USA Today, February 11, 2013