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Subseries 2. GSPIA: Drafts and Short Manuscripts, 1967-1998

Scope and Content Notes:

The second subseries consists of 49 folders containing draft and final versions of manuscripts and journal articles written by Dr. Norman during his time as professor at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh. These writings adress various subjects such as local urban government; urbanization; urban planning at both the local and regional level; the role of cities in their global context; theories of public administration; the Pittsburgh Steelers victory in Super Bowl XIII; and other issues associated with urban affairs. This subseries represents a substantial portion of the comprehensive body of work of Dr. Norman during his 31 year stay at GSPIA.

Folder 21 The Political Subsystem
Folder 22 PIA 2707: Third World Urbanization and Political Development
Folder 23 Empowerment of Cities and Citizens, 08/04/1988
Folder 24 Politics of Global Resources and Empowering Cities and Citizens
Folder 25 Administration of Public Affairs
Folder 26 Politics of Global Resources
Folder 27 Urban Theory
Folder 28 Third World Urbanization and Political Development
Folder 36 Subscriptions of Large Nations, 01/25/1970
Folder 29 World Cities
Folder 30 GSPIA Closing, ca. 1984
Folder 31 Annexation: White Power? Black Power? Action in Alphadelphia, 09/09/1969
Folder 32 Black Power, Irish Bosses and the Metropolis, 09/12/1969
Folder 33 Education for All: A Crucial Test for the Urban Community, 10/05/1969
Folder 34 Rough Notes on City vs. National Power: Or Will Regional Development Produce Better Cities? 11/10/1969
Folder 35 The Future of Urban Government, 01/1970
Folder 37 On the Government of Cities, 01/1970
Folder 38 Urban Political Development: India, 09/11/1971
Folder 39 Regional Cities, 11/10/1971
Folder 40 Distance, Technology, and the Areal Division of Power,
Folder 41 What Americans Might Learn from the Study of Regional Development in India, 10/1978
Folder 42 Towards An Urban Political Development Model, 02/1972
Folder 43 Urbanization in Europe and The United States, 01/28/1973
Folder 44 Poverty, Politics, and Participation in Kanpur, India: A Regional Analysis, ca. 1976
Folder 45 Prospects for Decentralization Under the Janata, 10/03/1977
Folder 46 The Theory of Sub-National Government: or The Value of Wormes in the Body Politick, 03/18/1978
Folder 47 On Winning Super Bowl XIII, 01/21/1979
Folder 48 The Theory of Compensatory Control, 01/23/1979
Folder 49 Like Wormes in the Entrayles of the Body Politick: The Linking of Sub- and Supra-National Theories of Government, 06/1979
Folder 50 Cities As Hostage, 09/22/1981
Folder 51 Walls and the Tradition of Civil Defense, ca. 1982
Folder 52 Hurdles, Obstacles, and Objectives, 03/1982
Folder 53 Beyond Soveriegnty, 06/26/1982
Folder 54 Public Administration and the Arms Race, 08/09/1982
Folder 55 Why Cities Should Have Offices of Community Survival, 09/08/1982
Folder 56 The City as Urban Region: Toward a Redefinition, 10/1982
Folder 57 The Alternative of Integrated City-States, ca. 1983
Folder 58 The Unconstitutionality of American Government, 12/10/1983
Folder 59 War, Women, and Work: The Democratic Imperative, ca. 1984
Folder 60 Public Administration- 1984
Folder 61 Metropolitan Integration, 01/25/1984
Folder 62 City Management, 01/28/1984
Folder 63 The Autonomous Metropolis, 01/28/1984
Folder 64 Public Administration and the Arms Race, 01/1986
Folder 65 World Order Thinking: Alternatives to the Sovereign State, 08/09/1991
Folder 66 Regime Theory in Cultural Context 04/18/1991
Folder 67 Vienna: The Shaky Tradition, 08/27/1995
Folder 68 Municipal Corporations: Borrowings and Failures
Folder 69 Subscriptions of Large Nations, 01/25/1970