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Subseries 1. Undergraduate/Graduate Papers and Teaching, 1955-1964

Scope and Content Notes:

The first subseries, Undergraduate/Graduate Papers and Teaching, consists of 20 folders containing draft and completed versions of manuscripts and seminar papers written by Dr. Norman during his formal schooling. These early writings are concerned with topics such as local and regional transit planning; administrative policy; the future of urban government; metropolitan integration; and a copy of a speech discussing the future of government in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Box 1
Folder 1 'The Sacred Cow Steps Up To the Trough' or A Study of: The Politics of Education in A Federal System, 03/06/1956
Folder 2 The Problem of Knowledge for Meaningful Decision in Transportation Planning: The Case of a Regional Rapid Transit System for San Francisco, 12/10/1957
Folder 3 Euphoria and the Sythions: The Soviet Challenge to American Administrative Theory, 1957
Folder 4 The Autonomous Metropolis, 1958
Folder 5 Politics, 1961
Folder 6 Federal Policy on State and Local Government, 1963
Folder 7 Community, 07/1960
Folder 8 Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1961
Folder 9 The Future of Urban Government
Folder 10 The Harvard Plan for Metropolitan Boston, 1963
Folder 11 Defense By Contract, 1963
Folder 12 Yale University Speech
Folder 13 Max Weber and The Asian City
Folder 14 A Turning Point on the Road to Freedom
Folder 15 A Local Government Approach to World Order
Folder 16 On Why City Government is in Crisis
Folder 17 Civic Associations
Folder 18 Metropolitan Integration
Folder 19 Friendly Fascism: The New Face of Power in America
Folder 20 Assorted Manuscript Title Pages