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Fri Mar 21 17:15:35 2014 UTClccn-n830140280.00Promulgation of Volume II, Emergency Operations Plan for Peacetime Disasters0.541.00The budget bill : communication from the Governor : a tentative bill for all proposed appropriations of the 1984-86 budget, submitted by the Governor of Virginia to the presiding officer of each house of the General Assembly of Virginia, in accordance with the Planning and Budget system (Section 2.1-399, Code of Virginia) /77682673n 83014028908167Robb, Chucklccn-no96018299Inhofe, James M.1934-lccn-n79112955Pell, Claiborne1918-2009lccn-n78008230United StatesCongressSenateCommittee on Foreign Relationslccn-n86008183North, Oliverlccn-no97077287Taylor, David Vandrtnp-cutler, r jCutler, R. J.drtlccn-n79022161United StatesCongressSenatelccn-n94801285Arpie Productionslccn-n81111703First-Run Features (Firm)np-baker, donBaker, DonRobb, Charles S.HistoryDocumentary filmsUnited StatesInternational relationsIraq War (2003-2011)Military policyTerrorism--Government policyPolitical scienceArab-Israeli conflict--PeaceIraqVirginiaElectionsNorth, OliverUnited States.--Congress.--SenateCyprusCyprus Crisis (1974-)Robb, Charles SPolitical campaignsMiddle EastArab-Israeli conflictRobb, CharlesMexicoWorking classLabor unions--Political activityFederal governmentIntergovernmental fiscal relationsIranNuclear weaponsNational securityNuclear nonproliferation--Government policyCitizenshipJefferson, Thomas,Misconduct in officePolitical corruptionCorruption investigationExecutive ordersGovernorsInternal securityPostwar reconstructionDisengagement (Military science)Emergency managementBudgetTerrorismWeapons of mass destructionGilmore, James S.--(James Stuart),Aircraft carriersStrategic aspects of individual placesWarner, Mark R.--(Mark Robert)Wilder, Lawrence Douglas,Nuclear arms controlPresidents--ElectionInauguration1939196719731977198219831984198519861987198919901991199219941996199719982001200220042005200620082009201020121008148176956.704432E9023856ocn034759793book19960.73Pell, ClaiborneTrip to Jordan, Syria, Israel, and Cyprus : a report to the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States SenateHistory3236ocn055003076visu19960.28A perfect candidateHistoryDocumentary filmsIn 1994 former Marine Oliver North ran for the U.S. Senate against Charles Robb. This video documents the race402ocn166379236file20060.27Iraq Study Group (U.S.)The Iraq Study Group reportThe situation in Iraq is grave and deteriorating. There is no path that can guarantee success, hut the prospects can he improved. In this report, we make a number of recommendations for actions to he taken in Iraq, the United States, and the region. Our most important recommendations call for new and enhanced diplomatic and political efforts in Iraq and the region, and a change in the primary mission of U.S. forces in Iraq that will enable the United States to begin to move its combat forces out of Iraq responsibly. VVe believe that these two recommendations are equally important and reinforce one another. If they are effectively implemented, and if the Iraqi government moves forward with national reconciliation, Iraqis will have an opportunity for a better future, terrorism will he dealt a blow, stability will be enhanced in an important part of the world, and America's credibility, interests, and values will be protected. The challenges in Iraq are complex. Violence is increasing in scope and lethality. It is fed by a Sunni Arab insurgency, Shiite militias and death squads, al Qaeda, and widespread criminality. Sectarian conflict is the principal challenge to stability. The Iraqi people have a democratically elected government, yet it is not adequately advancing national reconciliation, providing basic security, or delivering essential services. Pessimism is pervasive. If the situation continues to deteriorate, the consequences could be severe. A slide toward chaos could trigger the collapse of Iraq's government and a humanitarian catastrophe. Neighboring countries could intervene. Sunni-Shia clashes could spread. Al Qaeda could win a propaganda victory and expand its base of operations. The global standing of the United States could be diminished. Americans could become more polarized. During the past nine months we have considered a full range of approaches for moving forward. All have flaws. Our recommended course has shortcomings, but381ocn013760783book19850.95National Conference on Social WelfareTo form a more perfect union : the report of the Committee on Federalism and National Purpose182ocn261109671file20080.76Meeting the challenge U.S. policy toward Iranian nuclear development : report of an independent task forceReport by the Bipartisan Policy Center presenting findings and recommendations regarding United States policy toward Iran's nuclear development program162ocn009146292book19820.95Robb, Charles SThomas Jefferson and American citizenshipHistory42ocn015077729book19841.00VirginiaThe budget bill : communication from the Governor : a tentative bill for all proposed appropriations of the 1984-86 budget, submitted by the Governor of Virginia to the presiding officer of each house of the General Assembly of Virginia, in accordance with the Planning and Budget system (Section 2.1-399, Code of Virginia)41ocn040427683visu19980.10A call to duty the commissioning of the USS Harry S. TrumanA taped broadcast of the ceremony commissioning the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) the latest aircraft carrier of the Nimitz class in the United States Navy31ocn009258649book19821.00VirginiaAddress of Charles S. Robb, governor, to the General Assembly, Monday, January 18, 198231ocn012307885book19851.00VirginiaAddress of Charles S. Robb, governor, to the General Assembly of Virginia, Wednesday, January 9, 198532ocn056361940book19821.00VirginiaCommonwealth of Virginia Emergency Operations Plan, closing of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel31ocn078683909com20040.27United StatesCommission on the Intelligence Capabilities of the United States Regarding Weapons of Mass Destruction32ocn440385441file20090.47Coats, Daniel RMeeting the challenge time Is running outDriving the timetable for U.S. action should be Iran's accelerated nuclear progress, Israel's perception of that progress, the possibility of Russia selling Iran its advanced S-300 anti-aircraft weapons system and the importance of U.S. credibility and strategic interests. We believe that the Islamic Republic will be able to produce enough fissile material for a nuclear weapon by 2010, leaving little time for the United States to prevent both a nuclear weapons-capable Islamic Republic and an Israeli strike on Iranian nuclear facilities21ocn812516011file2012Price of inaction analysis of energy and economic effects of a nuclear Iran22ocn056016442book1982VirginiaPromulgation of Volume II, Emergency Operations Plan for Peacetime Disasters21ocn651577323book19890.88Grayson, George WThe Mexican labor machine : power, politics, and patronageHistory21ocn647816236mix1.00Malone, DumasPapers of Dumas MaloneHistoryTopical files and research files for "Jefferson and his time" form the bulk of the collection. The topical files contain material on historical and learned societies and other organizations with which he was associated particularly The American Council of Learned Societies, The Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, The History Book Club, The Literary Society of Washington, D.C., The Monticello Association, The National Endowment for the Humanities, The Southern Historical Association, The Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, and The Virginia Cultural Laureate Society; material on publishers particularly Harvard University Press and Little, Brown and Company; professional correspondence with historians, educators, and students; grant applications; recommendations; material on "Empire for liberty" a textbook co-authored with Basil Rauch; awards and honorary degrees; lectures; the University of Virginia and its Department of History; books on Thomas Jefferson; and Jefferson controversies particularly re Sally Hemings22ocn056016459book1982VirginiaDelegation of authority for certain actions affecting management of the Commonwealth22ocn055472171book1982VirginiaEmergency Operations Plan, Volume III, Operational Survival Plan, War-caused Disaster21ocn039684486book0.92Democratic Leadership Council (U.S.)New directions, enduring values : a summary agenda of the Democratic Leadership Council152ocn024000666book19910.23Franklin, BillyBilly Franklin's tough enough : the cocaine investigation of United States Senator Chuck Robb as told to Judi Tull31ocn867555899visu19960.28A perfect candidateHistoryDocumentary filmsSometimes horrifying, often hilarious, A Perfect Candidate is a twisted journey into the underbelly of American politics. In 1994 former Marine Oliver North re-emerged from the Iran-Contra scandal to run for the U.S Senate. In the hotly contested race between North and incumbent Chuck Robb - who played Charlie Brown to Ollie's Elvis -- filmmakers R.J. Cutler and David Van Taylor were granted astonishing access to the back room games played by the candidates, their handlers, and the press. A revealing, chilling and darkly funny look into the modern American political process33ocn024660833book19900.92Johnson, Steven DanielCharles S. Robb and the reserved governorship21ocn503553948art2010Slipek, Edwin JFlash of tradition : Virginia welcomes its new governors with a fleeting rite of passage that is long on memoriesHistory11ocn044889238art19911.00The Governor and the beauty : what really happened when Miss Virginia met Chuck RobbBiography11ocn029882923book1977Richmond newspapers endorse Chuck Robb for Lt. Governor11ocn069867237book1994Republicans have a moral obligation to Virginia to defeat Chuck Robb11ocn056331787rcrd2004WRVA (Radio Station : Richmond, Va.)Virginia Association of Broadcasters award competition entryWRVA's entry in the 1991 Virginia Association of Broadcasters award competition. Features news highlights as reported by the station for the year. Stories include the station's Gulf War coverage, General Assembly debate on the state budget and redistricting, the abduction and murder of 10-year-old Charity Powers in Chesterfield County, drug use and adultery charges against U.S. Senator Charles S. Robb while he was Governor of Virginia, local elections for county supervisors, closing of the Thalhimer's department store in Richmond, a hostage situation that occurred in Amelia County, storm coverage, spots for WRVA's investigative reports on the shortage of organ donors, as well as Richmond's ambulance service business, and coverage of numerous sports stories, including the Richmond Newspapers marathon11ocn032959717mix1.00Bowles, GeorgePapers of George BowlesThe collection consists of the manuscripts for Bowles' "Richmond correspondent." Almost all discuss Virginia politics although national concerns are mentioned occasionally. Gubernatorial and United States senatorial elections and candidates, party politics, and issues before the General Assembly are the chief topics11ocn056024030rcrd2004WRVA (Radio Station : Richmond, Va.)Virginia Association of Broadcasters award competition entryHistoryWRVA's entry in the 1981 Virginia Association of Broadcasters award competition. Features news highlights as reported by the station for the year. Stories include the repeal of the state sales tax on food and the budget surplus, redistricting, the U.S. Senate campaigns of Charles Robb and Marshall Coleman, the state budget crisis and budget cuts in Richmond and Chesterfield County, strikes by federal air traffic controllers and state coal miners, the death of Colgate Darden, Harry F. Byrd Jr.'s decision not to seek reelection, the merging of Miller and Rhoads with a New York company, the crash of a military jet aboard the USS Nimitz, and the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Yorktown. There also spots on WRVA's investigative reports on teen pregnancy, retreats by state employees, the gubernatorial race, and Richmond's homeless population11ocn753747309visu20020.47No higher honorBiographyFollows the political career of former Virginia Governor Charles S. Robb11ocn855210145mix1.00Christmas cards collected by Anne FreudenbergWith these are cards from collections which were retained by Freudenberg, for either their graphics or their senders. These include cards from John and Katherine Canaday, Naomi and Ralph Chappell (designed by Warren Chappell), Lydia and Warren Chappell, and John C. Rogers11ocn647993562mix1.00Van Yahres, MitchellMitchell Van Yahres papersPhotographsVan Yahres' topical files comprise the bulk of the collection and include political campaigns for the House of Delegates; and issues concerning the city of Charlottesville and county of Albemarle; together with constituent correspondence; press releases; photographs; and speeches11ocn071072195file1.00Rivlin, Alice MAlice M. Rivlin papersLongitudinal studiesRecords and correspondenceDocuments HEW staff reactions to recommendations on education issued by the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorder (Kerner Commission), meetings between HEW officials and representatives of the Poor People's Campaign (1968), and the transition at HEW from the Lyndon B. Johnson to the Richard M. Nixon administrations. Also documents Rivlin's activities as a member of the boards of the Black Student Fund, Bryn Mawr College, and Harvard University, her participation in the National Longitudinal Study of the High School Class of 1972, her travels to China as a member of the Carnegie Council on Policy Studies in Higher Education, her work with the Ford Foundation's Project on Social Welfare and the American Future, National Research Council's Committee on Federal Agency Evaluation Research, National Conference on Social Welfare's Committee on Federalism and National Purpose, and Brookings Panel on Social Experimentation. Includes an "issues book" compiled by Rivlin for presidential candidate Edmund S. Muskie between 1970 and 197211ocn056060606rcrd2004WRVA (Radio Station : Richmond, Va.)Virginia Association of Broadcasters award competition entryWRVA's entry in the 1994 Virginia Association of Broadcasters award competition. Features news highlights as reported by the station for the year. Stories include coverage of the state Republican convention, an automobile accident on Interstate 95 near Ashland, Virginia, explosion at Fort A.P. Hill, Richmond Newspapers marathon, U.S. Senate race between Charles Robb and Oliver North, execution of Christopher C. Goins and the crimes he committed, inauguration of Gov. George Allen, local political races, and miscellaneous stories on area fires and crime. There are also spots for stories WRVA did on divorce and the Richmond flood wall11ocn639618004mix1.00Southern Governors' Association (U.S.)Southern Governors' Association recordsThe collection consists of annual meeting transcripts and programs, annual reports, and other related publications. Materials span 1983-2010 and cover such topics as aging, agriculture, banking, business, climate change, diversity and race issues, drug prevention, economic development trends, education, emergency response management, energy, environmental concerns, finance, globalization, government, health care, infant mortality, housing and urban development, immigration, industry regulation, international relations with Latin American and African nations, national and international politics, poverty, the prison system, regional challenges and cooperation, technology, tourism, trade, transportation, and welfare reform. Annual meeting speakers include southern governors and other politicians, academicians, and military and business leaders. The Addition of April 2013 is the Southern Governors Association website, which documents its history, activities, and policies. There is information on its members and affiliates; press materials and other publications; event calendars and meeting documentation; and photograph galleries11ocn647914649mix19981.00Christmas cards sent to President John Casteen of the University of VirginiaThe cards are chiefly from presidents at other colleges. Several are from Charlottesville and University of Virginia friends. Notable senders include Rita Mae Brown, Governor James Gilmore of Virginia, U.S. Senator Charles Robb, and Eleanor Taylor11ocn062623560book2001University of VirginiaWelcome to the Charles S. Robb Governors ConferenceBiographyProgram for the 4th annual conference held by the Governors Project in Charlottesville, Va. on July 19-20, 200111ocn029369585book1982VirginiaProgram of the inauguration of Charles S. Robb, Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia : the Capitol, Richmond, Virginia, January 16, 198211ocn032959427mix1.00Warner, John WNewsclippings concerning John W. Warner's senatorial campaignTopics include arms control, avian flu, the Chesapeake Bay, coal mining and shipping and the coal slurry pipeline, defense, the appointment of judges, a Middle Eastern trip, Newport News shipyard, the Republican National Convention, the Virginia Gubernatorial election, the Virginia Congressional delegation, Charles Robb and Paul TribleFri Mar 21 15:38:33 EDT 2014batch28060