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Author: The Pew Charitable Trusts. Public Policy Program.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Pew Charitable Trusts is a private foundation working in the areas of culture, education, the environment, health and human services, public policy and religion throughout the various communities in American society. The Trusts are a national philanthrophy with special focus on the Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) region.
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Genre/Form: Bibliography microfilm catalogs
Named Person: Dennis L Bark; Warren E Burger; Stephen J Del Rosso; Patricia K Elder; Martin S Feldstein; Crauford D W Goodwin; John Wells Gould; Kevin F F Quigley; Thomas W Langfitt; Thomas K McCraw; James G McGann; Michael Nacht; William C Olson; Rebecca W Rimel; Herbert Stein; G F Treverton
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: The Pew Charitable Trusts. Public Policy Program.
OCLC Number: 164034702
Description: 14 linear ft.

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The Pew Charitable Trusts is a private foundation working in the areas of culture, education, the environment, health and human services, public policy and religion throughout the various communities in American society. The Trusts are a national philanthrophy with special focus on the Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) region.

Records in Subseries A. Director is the correspondence of John Wells Gould (1985-1989), Vice President, as well as correspondence of Kevin F. F. Quigley (1989-1995), and James G. McGann, program officer (1983-1989). There is a typed letter announcing McGann's new position at Harvard University (1989) and letters of CEO Thomas W. Langfitt and Executive Director Rebecca W. Rimel (1988-1991). There are also several files of administrative materials documenting telephone messages of participating institutions, scholars, and diplomatic service representatives from various agencies.

Records in Subseries B. Pew Inititative Diplomatic Training Program contain case study components, proposals and correspondence between The Pew Charitable Trusts and consultants Michael Nacht, John P. Roche, John M. Olin, and the firm of Russell&VonKannon, Inc. There are detailed abstracts and case studies from participating institutions (i.e., Columbia University, Georgetown University, Harvard University, and the International Peace Academy).

Records in Subseries C. Integrating Economics and National Security Program (ENS) contain documents regarding the conceptual framework for the program. Correspondence of John Wells Gould (1985-1989), James G. McGann (1985-1989), Kevin Quigley (director for program 1989-1990) and papers of President and CEO Thomas Langfitt are included in this subseries.

Records in Subseries D. Proposals and Reviews document the comments and evaluations by reviewers for this program (1985-1986). This includes reports of Martin Staniland, Ambassadors Stephen Low and Alfred L. Atherton.

Records in Subseries E. Economics and Entrepreneurship Education (E3) document the development of the joint venture between The Pew Charitable Trusts and The Joint Council on Economic Education. There is correspondence of Patricia K. Elder (The Joint Council on Economic Education, director of the pilot program), established for 11th and 12th grade students in the Philadelphia Public Schools. There are also progress reports (1988-1990).

Records in Subseries F. Bill of Rights Education Collaborative (BREC) contain the records of institutions and public schools participating in the BREC Minigrant series on the Bill of Rights. Correspondence for Kevin Quigley and Dan McIntyre (program associate) are also included.

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