Tables of Contents of all works carried on the Grazian-archive

HISTORY & POLITICAL SCIENCE

WORLD WAR II:
THE 1000 LOVE LETTERS "JILL & AL"


GOVERNING THE WORLD:
SCHEMES, RADICAL GLOBALISM


WORLD CATASTROPHES
& QUANTAVOLUTIONS


SYSTEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
& SOCIAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION & PHILOSOPHY

POETRY, NOVELS, AESTHETICS

AUTOBIOGRAPHY & JOURNALS
OF ALFRED DE GRAZIA


THE ART COLONY:
MAB, BRUNK, GAIETTO, SOLOMI


PROJECTS, INVENTIONS,
& PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING.


THE LIVING ARCHIVE

AMI DE GRAZIA’s QUIDDITY

EDWARD DE GRAZIAS WORKS

ARCHIVED MATERIALS

History & Political Science

THE SELECTION OF PUBLIC OFFICERS IN ANCIENT AND MODERN CHINA

THE SCIENCE AND VALUES OF ADMINISTRATION
... A general theory of management

DISCOVERING NATIONAL ELITES

RECONSTRUCTING AMERICAN HISTORY

THE CHICAGO MAYORAL ELECTION OF 1955


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back THE SELECTION OF PUBLIC OFFICERS IN ANCIENT AND MODERN CHINA

The great variety that often attends the satisfaction of a social need that different cultures possess is well illustrated by the different ways in which societies select public officers. From usurpation to a complicate election system, from curt appointment by superiors to carefully guarded merit systems, there range uncounted general systems for the filling of office. This writer's research project into election systems, of which the present study forms a part, employs over fifty major criteria for classifying a selection system . The ultimate number of methods of selection an election deserving separate consideration may well reach one thousand.

back THE SCIENCE AND VALUES OF ADMINISTRATION
... A general theory of management

The author, asserting that all action is purposive, calls group-performed habitual actions "administration." The task of administrative science is to generalize about all administrative situations. How the science selects and abstracts data and chooses and phrases propositions is described. An administered situation has actors (sponsors or executives, participants, and clientele), targets' (goals), and effects. Goals are substantive and instrumental, and include especially power, wealth, and prestige. Power and control constitute the core value, reflected in the preponderance of deductive operations. Organizations formed around wealth and prestige tend to become executive-power centered. The wealth value is especially compatible with clientele-centered organizations, the prestige value with participant-centered groups. By this analysis of administration confined to statements of fact and relations, the science of administration is defined, giving us an understanding of the variables and of the laws of their interaction. But the elements of this science, as represented by his original definition and conception of administrative action, lend themselves well to translation into the applied science of administration, with which the balance of the essay is concerned.

back DISCOVERING NATIONAL ELITES

Three prominent behavioral scientists tell how to discover and identify elite leaders, their groups, and different sectors of influence in world nations and localities. For propaganda, advertising, public relations, global business, military intelligence, and diplomacy, a simple methodology is prescribed. Prepared for U.S. State Department.

back RECONSTRUCTING AMERICAN HISTORY

The Americans as inheritors of both Indian material habits and psychology, because compatible with cult and anarchism, the twin traits and behaviors of Americans from the beginning. Immigrants from the start are cruelly abused by their precursors, though less the Europeans than the Africans, but in the latter Twentieth Century, the world's most advanced culture develops from the contradictions. Every chapter (in 82 parts) a revelation of advanced novel theory.

back THE CHICAGO MAYORAL ELECTION OF 1955

ROBERT E. MERRIAM'S CHALLENGE TO THE LEADERSHIP OF RICHARD J.DALEY
The Limits of External Leadership over a Minority Electorate
BY ALFRED DE GRAZIA

THE PUBLIC OPINION QUARTERLY
Vol. XX, No. 1, Spring 1956

(With the death of the two candidates discussed in this article, there is no longer, if there was ever, adequate reason to not reveal that they were Robert E. Merriam and Richard J. Daley [Mayor, 1955-1976]. The city called Metropolis is Chicago. The original anonymity was intended to present an abstract, impersonal, scientific account as an experiment in Political Science. Professor Lindsay Rogers of Columbia University, epitome of the journalist as political scientist, wrote with praise but in a kindly protest against hiding the names. The vivid analysis of a Chicago boss-days campaign employs the advanced techniques of the Chicago School of Political Science. Notable, too, is the early description of how racism excites its counterpart in the stubborn refusal of many blacks to assist whites in the punishment of one of their race, no matter how culpable even in respect to his own people. The O.J.Simpson murder case, coming decades later, surprised most people, with its acquittal of this defendant. His largely black jury was moved by the same ’inverted racism’ of the Chicago black electorate. Actually, white liberal consultants, so Dr. Ithiel Poole, Editor in charge of this POQ issue, informed Alfred de Grazia that there was opposition to printing his article, worrying that it might be thought to be anti-black, which it certainly was not. We note also the demonstration in this article of the beginnings of the white-black split that later broke down the New Deal majority over the nation.)

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HISTORY & POLITICAL SCIENCE

WORLD WAR II:
THE 1000 LOVE LETTERS "JILL & AL"


GOVERNING THE WORLD:
SCHEMES, RADICAL GLOBALISM


WORLD CATASTROPHES
& QUANTAVOLUTIONS


SYSTEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE    
& SOCIAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION & PHILOSOPHY

POETRY, NOVELS, AESTHETICS

AUTOBIOGRAPHY & JOURNALS
OF ALFRED DE GRAZIA


THE ART COLONY:
MAB, BRUNK, GAIETTO, SOLOMI


PROJECTS, INVENTIONS,
& PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING.


THE LIVING ARCHIVE

AMI DE GRAZIA’s QUIDDITY

EDWARD DE GRAZIAS WORKS

ARCHIVED MATERIALS

World War II:
The Love Letters Jill & Al 

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HISTORY & POLITICAL SCIENCE

WORLD WAR II:
THE 1000 LOVE LETTERS "JILL & AL"


GOVERNING THE WORLD:
SCHEMES, RADICAL GLOBALISM


WORLD CATASTROPHES
& QUANTAVOLUTIONS


SYSTEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
& SOCIAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION & PHILOSOPHY

POETRY, NOVELS, AESTHETICS

AUTOBIOGRAPHY & JOURNALS
OF ALFRED DE GRAZIA


THE ART COLONY:
MAB, BRUNK, GAIETTO, SOLOMI


PROJECTS, INVENTIONS,
& PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING.


THE LIVING ARCHIVE

AMI DE GRAZIA’s QUIDDITY

EDWARD DE GRAZIAS WORKS

ARCHIVED MATERIALS

Governing the World:
Schemes, Radical Globalism

THE AMERICAN STATE OF CANAAN

RECONSTRUCTING THE UNITED NATIONS

KALOTICS: KALOS

KALOTICS:
Where do we go from here?
The KALOTIC Strategy for World Survival

KALOTICS: METROPOLIS 1976

KALOTICS: 40 Stases and Theses

CLOUD OVER BHOPAL


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Man sets for himself ever more daring tasks. He hopes to create primitive life forms; he hopes to land on Mars; he hopes to dwell in Antarctica; he hopes to eradicate cancers; he hopes to make computers do much of his routine thinking; these hopes and many more, are indeed partially fulfilled.
But the most engrossing task is yet to come. That is world revolution. By "world revolution" we mean a massive beneficial social change around the world in one generation. Such a revolution is nothing else but the imparting of decent order to the present chaos.
Thoughts of the greatest changes should not frighten and freeze mankind. Unmotivated, uncontrolled, and unguided, still man is already changing greatly. All things are in flux, said Thales in the ancient beginnings of philosophy; all things are in flux, because all things are full of gods.
Over a forty year period Alfred de Grazia has been actively engaged in furthering world government according to a set of principles and system that he created.

The Grazian Archive now contains the following works on this topic.

Others will be forthcoming.


back THE AMERICAN STATE OF CANAAN

The peaceful, prosperous juncture of israel and palestine as the 51st state of the united states of America

A NEW BOOK by Alfed de Grazia - Get it at AMAZON
or
VISIT THE CANAAN BLOG

Endless violence, terror and destruction have beset Palestine and Israel for over 60 years and brought instability and war to the Middle East. No formula for peace or welfare has worked. America has deeply compromised its moral and political leadership. The author proposes a stunning solution - the union of the Israeli and Palestinian people, including the Palestinian refugees, in the ancient region of Canaan - the biblical 'land of milk and honey' - simultaneously with the admission of Canaan to the United States of America as the 51st State. Make of the people of Canaan full citizens of the United States, with the right to settle anywhere in the United States and anywhere in Canaan. For every objection to Statehood, there springs forth an answer, and the answers add up to a peaceful and prosperous Union. The seemingly endless traumas, terror and threats visited upon the people pf the Middle East would diminish exponentially, and the profoundly damaged moral stature of the United States would be restored. The World could move on and dedicate itself to the problems which threaten our common survival.

back RECONSTRUCTING THE UNITED NATIONS

A contribution of the Kalos movement to the plans for reforming the powers, structure, and conduct of the UN and other global institutions.

back KALOTICS: Kalos

What is to be Done with Our World? A grand sweeping treatise on the nations of the world, the possibilities inherent in them to join up and obey the necessities of world union, and the structure that would allow them to do so, together with a manual of revolutionary methods.

back KALOTICS:
Where do we go from here
The KALOTIC Strategy for World Survival

Behind a wall of bulletins prefiguring world economic collapse, the future is forming uncertainly. Its vagueness does not come from our ignorance of economic trends; we know about the disastrous course that poverty, population, and production are taking. The great mystery is political. What power, what organization will be conferred upon this emerging future? What politics, dominating the next generation, will dominate the subsequent millennium?

back KALOTICS: METROPOLIS 1976

The problems of older cities in America are many and grave . The establishment of new cities, in consequence, has not received much attention. Apart hom a few general recommendations . including a report that urged the construction of over one hundred of them, little has been done to bring forward plans . costs, and arguments for cities of a half-million or more residents. At this moment it would appear that the bicentennial celebration of the Declaration of Independence will suffer from a shortage of immediate events to celebrate, and it seems to this writer that the achievement of a new metropolis by 1976 would contribute substantially to this end . I have therefar set down here some notes on a research, design, and teaching program to produce the intellectual cadre for Metropolis 1976 . Assuming success in these efforts, I am suggesting how a group of independent and commercial sector leaders can take
over and build upon the plan .

back KALOTICS: 40 Stases and Theses

Kalotics and World Relations. Contains the 40 stases and theses of global bads and goods, with accompanying gorgeous paintings by Licia Filingeri, and the Vienna and Leningrad Kalotic manifestos.

back CLOUD OVER BHOPAL

A brilliant and highly readable report on the disaster from a pesticide factory explosion of Union Carbide Corporation of India that killed thousands and disabled over 100,000 persons, the worst industrial accident in history. An innovative accounting system and method of reparations are set forth and influenced jurisprudence in the case, but the ultimate compensation bogged down in bottom-line ideology and bureaucracy.













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HISTORY & POLITICAL SCIENCE

WORLD WAR II:
THE 1000 LOVE LETTERS "JILL & AL"


GOVERNING THE WORLD:
SCHEMES, RADICAL GLOBALISM


WORLD CATASTROPHES
& QUANTAVOLUTIONS


SYSTEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
& SOCIAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION & PHILOSOPHY

POETRY, NOVELS, AESTHETICS

AUTOBIOGRAPHY & JOURNALS
OF ALFRED DE GRAZIA


THE ART COLONY:
MAB, BRUNK, GAIETTO, SOLOMI


PROJECTS, INVENTIONS,
& PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING.


THE LIVING ARCHIVE

AMI DE GRAZIA’s QUIDDITY

EDWARD DE GRAZIAS WORKS

ARCHIVED MATERIALS

World-Catastrophy & Quantavolution

THE QUANTAVOLUTION SERIES OF BOOKS

A SHORT INTRODUCTION TO QUANTAVOLUTION

QUANTAVOLUTION ENCYCLOPEDIA

QUANTAVOLUTION CD-ROM

THE ABRUPT ORIGIN OF LANGUAGE


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back THE QUANTAVOLUTION SERIES OF BOOKS

ALFRED DE GRAZIA
COMPLETE WORKS
IN QUANTAVOLUTION AND CATASTROPHE
IN 15 VOLUMES

5,000 PAGES OF TEXT AND ILLUSTRATIONS
INCLUDING THREE VOLUMES WITH EARL R. MILTON
AND COLLABORATING SCHOLARS, AND WITH THE
PARTICIPATION OF I. VELIKOVSKY,
AND TWO BY HUGH CROSTHWAITE.

back A SHORT INTRODUCTION TO QUANTAVOLUTION

Charles Darwin said in 1869 in the "Origin of Species" that "anyone whose disposition leads him to attach more weight to unexplained difficulties than to the explanation of a certain number of facts will certainly reject my theory." For a long time it seemed unwise to weigh too heavily the anomalies. Now the time has arrived when "unexplained difficulties" have become indeed too many for the Darwinian model of gradual incre-mental Evolution by natural selection to support. It should be replaced by a theory of Quantavolution. Or, at least, it should be placed up against a contrasting model....

back ENCYCLOPEDIA OF QUANTAVOLUTION

Charles Darwin said in 1869 in the "Origin of Species" that "anyone whose disposition leads him to attach more weight to unexplained difficulties than to the explanation of a certain number of facts will certainly reject my theory." For a long time it seemed unwise to weigh too heavily the anomalies. Now the time has arrived when "unexplained difficulties" have become indeed too many for the Darwinian model of gradual incremental Evolution by natural selection to support. It should be replaced by a theory of Quantavolution. Or, at least, it should be placed up against a contrasting model. That seems to be a task for an encyclopedia, not so much to collect all that has been said on the two conflicting ideas, as to allow an idea of the thousand points at which they clash. Hence, this Encyclopedia of Quantavolution and Catastrophe.

back QUANTAVOLUTION CD-ROM

A CD-ROM on QUANTAVOLUTION, containing all the Quantavoilution texts and other Grazian-Archive CD-ROMs are available.
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back THE ABRUPT ORIGIN OF LANGUAGE

......I have cut short such an interminable discussion, at least theoretically, by carrying over my particular theory of change, which is called quantavolution, into the theory of language. The few minutes that are allowed to me here do not bode well for an introduction to a general theory, but I have the advantage of having published two books directly upon the subject of human development and human nature, and several other books as auxiliary support. I must, and therefore I may, be brusque in presenting the case for the quantavolutionary and hologenetic theory of language, and trust to your tolerance to allow this.....

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HISTORY & POLITICAL SCIENCE

WORLD WAR II:
THE 1000 LOVE LETTERS "JILL & AL"


GOVERNING THE WORLD:
SCHEMES, RADICAL GLOBALISM


WORLD CATASTROPHES
& QUANTAVOLUTIONS


SYSTEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
& SOCIAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION & PHILOSOPHY

POETRY, NOVELS, AESTHETICS

AUTOBIOGRAPHY & JOURNALS
OF ALFRED DE GRAZIA


THE ART COLONY:
MAB, BRUNK, GAIETTO, SOLOMI


PROJECTS, INVENTIONS,
& PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING.


THE LIVING ARCHIVE

AMI DE GRAZIA’s QUIDDITY

EDWARD DE GRAZIAS WORKS

ARCHIVED MATERIALS

Systems of Political & Social Science

All Americans are well-advised to vote John Kerry in
and G. W. Bush out as President

A statement by Prof.Alfred de Grazia on the US presidential elections 2004



THE AMERICAN WAY OF GOVERNMENT
National; State, and Local, at mid-twentieth century.

THE WESTERN PUBLIC

REPUBLIC IN CRISIS


THE ELEMENTS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE:

VOLUME 1: POLITICAL BEHAVIOR

VOLUME 2: POLITICAL ORGANIZATION

THE ELEMENTS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE:
... translated into Vietnameese ...


THE APPLIED SCIENCE OF EQUALITY

PUBLIC & REPUBLIC

OPERATIONS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

A NEW SOLUTION TO THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT ELECTION CRISIS !

SUPPORTING ART AND CULTURE: 1001 Questions on Culture Policy.

POLITICS FOR BETTER OR WORSE

INSTRUCTION MANUAL for Politics for Better or Worse

LECTURES TO THE CHINESE ABOUT AMERICA

SEE ON AMI DE GRAZIA’S QUIDDITY SITE: The Amazons Choice


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back THE AMERICAN WAY OF GOVERNMENT
National; State, and Local, at mid-twentieth century.

A classic work reproduced here for historians and students of American history and politics.

back THE WESTERN PUBLIC

POLITICALLY SPEAKING, the Western states of America compose the least known region of the nation. The Atlantic States, New England, the Midwest, and the South have fuller histories. There are eleven Western states in all: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. All of them joined the Union after 185o, during which period only seven others were admitted, including West Virginia, which was carved from Virginia during the Civil War. Most of the population, even of the older Western states, is of recent origin. About half of today's California voters have come into the state since 1932. The Western population has been expanding at a great rate, especially along the Pacific Coast. Industrial and commercial pursuits have involved an ever increasing proportion of the people. Every new census proves the heightened importance of the West to the American economy and domestic political structure. Every new incident of political turmoil in the Orient and the Pacific Basin accents the critical role of the American West in the international picture.

back REPUBLIC IN CRISIS

In this first part of his two-volume introduction to political science, Professor de Grazia surveys the ideas of philosophers and political scientists through the ages - beginning with Plato and Aristotle and concluding in our own day with Dewey, Lasswell, and Burnham. This volume shows how scientists study political subjects, and explains such basic concepts as leadership, political groupings, public opinion, representation and elections, pressure groups, and coercion and violence. In the final chapters, Professor de Grazia explores the main branches of democratic thought, the nature of public policy, and personal liberty.

back THE ELEMENTS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE:
       VOLUME 1: POLITICAL BEHAVIOR

In this first part of his two-volume introduction to political science, Professor de Grazia surveys the ideas of philosophers and political scientists through the ages - beginning with Plato and Aristotle and concluding in our own day with Dewey, Lasswell, and Burnham. This volume shows how scientists study political subjects, and explains such basic concepts as leadership, political groupings, public opinion, representation and elections, pressure groups, and coercion and violence. In the final chapters, Professor de Grazia explores the main branches of democratic thought, the nature of public policy, and personal liberty.

back THE ELEMENTS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
       VOLUME 2: POLITICAL ORGANIZATION

In this second part of his two-volume introduction to political sciencc, Professor de Grazia deals with the institutions in which man's efforts to solve the problems of community living are expressed.

Laws, constitutions, legislatures, executives, administrative agencies, and ,courts are part of what he surveys, demonstrating how the basic elements of political behavior operate within these institutions. The author then assays the effects of recent developments in political science. Here the reader comes to understand how germane the study of politics is to his own life, and to recognize the exciting possibilities in the future of this study.

This book provides a fuller understanding of the practical working of politics and, together with Volume 1: Political Behavior which deals with political theory, offers the reader a comprehensive view of the art and science of government in the two-volume Elements of Political Science.

back Alfred de Grazia's two Volumes ... translated into Vietnameese ...

My aim in this book is to introduce the citizen who has had no previous training in political science to its proper elements, in their most useful order, and with appropriate emphasis. The book is designed to be a first glimpse of a field of vast importance and universal interest, a glimpse, it is hoped, that will stimulate a general interest in the ever fresh problems of political science.

back THE APPLIED SCIENCE OF EQUALITY

Apportionment is how people are grouped to elected legislators. When in equal groups or otherwise grouped, different behaviors follow and different laws. Conservative, egalitarian, and mixed formulas abound. The formula of "one-man-one vote" or equi-populous districts is now constitutional law (since 1962) but is far from producing its intended effects of democratization and equalization of the power of the individual voter. The applied science of apportionment, that is, is generally misunderstood and erroneously applied.

back PUBLIC & REPUBLIC

This famous history of American ideas of political representation and their predecessors was first written as a doctoral dissertation in 1947, then published by Alfred Knopf in 1950, and chosen later on as one of the few political science books in the new White House Library. It ranks as the top treatise on the subject, which, though central to all forms of government, private and public, has been in general narrowly and legalistically treated.

back OPERATIONS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

Most of this collection of articles was written by me in the period between 1956 and 1965, and was published in the magazine Political Research: Organization and Design (P.R.O.D.), which was renamed later The American Behavioral Scientist, so as to recognize its broader scope. They were gathered together in 1970 and used in the teaching of his courses in social invention, political psychology, and political and cultural behavior. The articles are in some cases finished and polished, in other cases inspired notes. With the advent of computer word processing came the possibility of publishing them on a floppy disk, then on a CD-Rom. Too, they could be published on the internet, and, here now, four years after the inauguration of the site <www.grazian-archive.com> they are made available on the web. The date, May 20, 2001, marks also the 28th year from the Author's first computerized information retrieval system, possibly the first in the social sciences, an article about which is included in this collection.

Several pieces named in the Table of Contents have been held back as temporarily lost in all or part during the early confusion of computing and programming, but will be put in place upon recovery. The work as it stands contains 989,886 bytes.

back A NEW SOLUTION TO THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT ELECTION CRISIS !

A NEW SOLUTION TO THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT ELECTION CRISIS !

back SUPPORTING ART AND CULTURE: 1001 Questions on Culture Policy.

A Report to the National Foundation for the Arts, systematically prodding future art and literature conferences, and congressional committees on all aesthetic, social and political issues to be considered in arriving at a rational national policy for the support of the arts. Applicable to many fields.

back POLITICS FOR BETTER OR WORSE

back INSTRUCTION MANUAL for Politics for Better or Worse

A uniquely realistic, sardonic run-down of the basic principles, propositions, and policy applications of political science.Carries numerous cartoons to reinforce the text, which reflects the theory of the Chicago School of John Dewey, Thorstein Veblen, C.E. Merriam, Harold Lasswell, Harold Gosnell, T.V.Smith, L.D.White, V.O.Key. Nathan Leites, Sebastian de Grazia, Herbert Simon, Louis Wirth, William Ogburn, et al., and the European Pareto - Mosca - Max Weber - Michels connection.

back LECTURES TO THE CHINESE ABOUT AMERICA

These are lectures to the Chinese. They are built around two favorite Chinese ideas: the idea of contradictions (from yin and yang to Mao Tse-tung); and the idea of numbered slogans of things to be sought after or avoided. The contradictory scheme of the eight bads and the eight goods emerged. The Chinese classics, written before the First Empire of 221 B.C., replace the Western philosophers as sources of illumination. Many Chinese have read them, but I wonder whether the Chinese will ever hear the lectures. It doesn't matter. They were really written to be read and for Americans as well as Chinese.

back SEE ON AMI DE GRAZIA’S QUIDDITY SITE: The Amazons Choice

Amazon’s Choice:
A superior writer describes her pioneering venture into the dreaded institutional world and experience of total mastectomy.

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HISTORY & POLITICAL SCIENCE

WORLD WAR II:
THE 1000 LOVE LETTERS "JILL & AL"


GOVERNING THE WORLD:
SCHEMES, RADICAL GLOBALISM


WORLD CATASTROPHES
& QUANTAVOLUTIONS


SYSTEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
& SOCIAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION & PHILOSOPHY

POETRY, NOVELS, AESTHETICS

AUTOBIOGRAPHY & JOURNALS
OF ALFRED DE GRAZIA


THE ART COLONY:
MAB, BRUNK, GAIETTO, SOLOMI


PROJECTS, INVENTIONS,
& PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING.


THE LIVING ARCHIVE

AMI DE GRAZIA’s QUIDDITY

EDWARD DE GRAZIAS WORKS

ARCHIVED MATERIALS

Education & Philosophy

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back BULLETIN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE NEW WORLD

In 1968 Alfred de Grazia completed his work on World Government, the book titled "Kalos: What is to be Done with Our World.." In the same year he had gone to Vietnam as a ranking consultant on research to the Department of Defense with the task of applying the methods of the social sciences to finding the least terrible resolution of the war going on there. He resigned in frustration and turned his attention to ideas of new education for world citizenship that had long occupied his mind. Several of his former students appealed to him to attempt a new university. He had found what seemed a likely spot to engage in a critical experiment in higher education, at the Canton of Valais in Switzerland, where Belgian friends from Naxos, who were real estate developers, had begun work on a ski resort.

In 1970 he visited the area of Sion and upon returning to the United States, taking the sense of his young educational rebels, decided, against all odds, to plunge ahead. The Bulletin that follows was composed by him, and in view of what followed, as with many another Constitution, was more utopian than real. The experiment that was intended to go on forever expired in 1972. But it had taught many a lesson, and had affected the minds and spirits of several hundred participants and thousands of Valaisans lastingly. Its cost was negligible, no more than the cost of keeping a couple of convicts in prison for a year or half the size of a grant then made by the Ford Foundation to prepare a report on what was needed in higher education. It could be said of the adventure, using an ironic medical expression: "The operation was a success, but the patient died."

The Bulletin is presented here as one of the more significant applied philosophical documents to come out of that exceedingly stressful and largely futile period of American and European revolt in education.



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HISTORY & POLITICAL SCIENCE

WORLD WAR II:
THE 1000 LOVE LETTERS "JILL & AL"


GOVERNING THE WORLD:
SCHEMES, RADICAL GLOBALISM


WORLD CATASTROPHES
& QUANTAVOLUTIONS


SYSTEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
& SOCIAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION & PHILOSOPHY

POETRY, NOVELS, AESTHETICS

AUTOBIOGRAPHY & JOURNALS
OF ALFRED DE GRAZIA


THE ART COLONY:
MAB, BRUNK, GAIETTO, SOLOMI


PROJECTS, INVENTIONS,
& PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING.


THE LIVING ARCHIVE

AMI DE GRAZIA’s QUIDDITY

EDWARD DE GRAZIAS WORKS

ARCHIVED MATERIALS

Poetry, Novels, Aesthetics

KID OBEY'S ROBE (A Short Story)

15 PLAYS FOR 2002

RONALD'S NORM

BLACKOUT

PASSAGE OF THE YEAR

TWENTIETH CENTURY FIRE SALE

STOCKHOLMCOMING, 2000

AMI’S TRANSLATIONS FROM BAUDELAIRE AND JACQUES BREL

AMI’S SHORT STORY 'BLOOD'


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These fifteen plays are published here for the first time. One of them represents an unpublished drama of fifty years ago, but fourteen were conceived and written during the past two years. The only people who have read them all are my author-wife, Anne-Marie, and my grandson and film-maker, Nick Vanderpool. Others have read one or several of them. If all goes well, they will constitute most of the repertoire for the 2002 season of a theatrical troupe touring America and Europe.

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Ronald’s Norm was written by Alfred de Grazia in the early 1970's. It is published here on the Web for the first time. It is set in Greenwich Village and follows the career of a young man convinced that the way to the Great American Novel is by the employment of the largest number of clichés, because the great people has honed them to perfection and knows them all. Ron is the eternal aspiring author on the margins of formal education and the job market. He inveigles a psychology professor Merck into reading his chapters, and Meerck confides them to his mistress, Muriel, a pretty and plucky woman who argues with Merck that Ron’s work is good. Ron falls in love with her, and loses interest in completing his work, but Merck is convinced now of the value of the novel and decides to finish it himself. Moreover he writes an article on the subject of universals in language. Ron is implicated but exonerated in the murder of his boss who has been running a company that separated people who did not want to preserve an association. He discovers that everybody he meets has in mind writing a novel. Plots abound. Ron’ boss was killed, for dissociating people forcibly. Merck, who is sexually AC-DC cannot make headway with Ron but has his good moments with others, and gets over his anger at Muriel’s falling for Ron. Ron and Muriel start up an opposite service company to bring people together. Merck happily collaborates. All ends rather pleasantly.

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'Blackout' is a novel about a black Professor's imagined experiences and the conduct of New Yorkers in a crisis. The principal character resembles somewhat the film director and writer, his friend, Mel Van Peebles; the two men had produced a couple of documentaries together, but were out of touch at the time.

Alfred de Grazia wrote the novel in the month following the amazing mass experience in November 1965 of a total blackout of electricity in New York City. He made his way from his office into the streets, visited several of his haunts, like the Cedar Tavern, and returned to his pied à terre at Fifth Avenue and Washington Square. He slept briefly, aroused himself, and was plotting his novel when the lights came on, first entitling the book "Twelve Hours by Candle." He walked out onto the streets with the dawn.

The manuscript was put aside for thirty-five years until its present publication on the Web.

back PASSAGE OF THE YEAR

A book of poems collected and published while the author was in Vietnam in 1967. They represent the variety of styles and rhythms, with the philosophical thrusts, pragmatic and phenomenological, that typically characterize his prose work. Some poems are as simple as mud pies, others as abstract as medieval scholastics.

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A collection of 119 poems, poetry that is a concentration upon profound hypothesis, most in free verse, with sections on ecology, sociograms, places, intimacies, identity, violence, death, gods and the wickedly uncontrollable world.

back STOCKHOLMCOMING, 2000

In the summer of 1998, at Naxos, Alfred de Grazia discussed plans for the forthcoming Millennium festival of Stockholm with Swedish friends involved in staging the spectacle. Late in 1998, he decided to submit to the Organizing Committee a scheme for the Festival that would stress the world connections of Sweden and the transition of the Swedes from a medieval people to a post-modern people. The proposal for what he called a Mass Thing, a Happening, was sent in at the beginning of 1999. It is published for the first time here on the Web. More modest ideas, however, prevailed, that Walt Disney would better appreciate.

back AMI’S TRANSLATIONS FROM BAUDELAIRE
       AND JACQUES BREL

Two great but vastly different poets receive beautiful and strict translation at the hands of the Franco-American novelist , Anne-Marie de Grazia.

back AMI’S SHORT STORY 'BLOOD'

A harrowing tragedy of a poor family in Alsace.

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THE 1000 LOVE LETTERS "JILL & AL"


GOVERNING THE WORLD:
SCHEMES, RADICAL GLOBALISM


WORLD CATASTROPHES
& QUANTAVOLUTIONS


SYSTEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
& SOCIAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION & PHILOSOPHY

POETRY, NOVELS, AESTHETICS

AUTOBIOGRAPHY & JOURNALS
OF ALFRED DE GRAZIA


THE ART COLONY:
MAB, BRUNK, GAIETTO, SOLOMI


PROJECTS, INVENTIONS,
& PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING.


THE LIVING ARCHIVE

AMI DE GRAZIA’s QUIDDITY

EDWARD DE GRAZIAS WORKS

ARCHIVED MATERIALS

Autobiography & Journals
of Alfred de Grazia

THE JOURNALS OF ALFRED DE GRAZIA

THE BABE

THE STUDENT

THE TASTE OF WAR

COSMIC HERETICS

THE END OF SPYDOM

THE 1000 Love Letters of "Jill + Al"


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Two new volumes of Works, two years of notes and reflections, day by day, unabridged. After a gap of 15 years, from the third autobiographical volume, The Taste of War, and shortly after his appointment to New York University, as Director of the new Center for Applied Social Research and Professor of Social Theory in Government, De Grazia commenced a journal. It was continued for a decade in some fullness, but then largely sidetracked by the Vietnam War and a concentration upon the dozen books that marked the decade from 1968 on. The founding of a college in Switzerland and the beginning of his Naxos Island adventures also came then. Additional Volumes will follow here on the Grazian Archive in due course. They will overtake and pass over two autobiographical volumes also on line now, Cosmic Heretics and The End of Spydom. A burgeoning family life in Princeton and the many toils of avantgarde academia in Manhattan are the leitmotifs of the new works here published for the first time.

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Autobiography of a child of Chicago of the roaring twenties and the great depression. Politics, family, schools, gangs, churches, games, sex --all through a child's senses from birth through the fifteenth year. Hailed as an extraordinary utterly frank excursion into deep memory, anthropologically correct, yet written in the style of the Chicago Tribune of the old days.

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Rare in American literature -- or any other -- an intimate account of student life, this at the University of Chicago in Robert Maynard Hutchins' hey-day. Classics, sports, music, sex, and cheap labor as they were there in the Great Depression, when it seemed that great ideas and planning could solve the world's problems. Wisconsin resorts and European travels. Research and graduate study in the social sciences. Campus radicals and conservatives.

back THE TASTE OF WAR

An unexcelled account of World War II as experienced from Private to Commanding Officer in artillery, intelligence and combat propaganda units of the U.S. Army, from Maryland to the Mohave Desert and then in six campaigns in Africa, Italy, France and Germany. Highly commended by experts, "best account of Cassino" (Paul Fussell), "tough, picturesque, humane " (Stephanie Neuman of West Point and Columbia).

back COSMIC HERETICS

A Personal History of Attempts to Establish and Resist Theories of Quantavolution and Catastrophe in the Natural and Human Sciences, 1963 to 1983. A journal, treatise on the sociology of science, and the story behind the Velikovsky Affair, in the intellectual fabric of Princeton and London, authoritative, informative and written in an original style.

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Fall of Spydom: earlier entitled "The Venus Spy-Trap," . A full and true account of the arrest, indictment, investigation and trial for espionage of a Swiss computer expert and afficionado of quantavolution -- particularly with regard to the catastrophes involving planet Venus. A cosmopolitan setting, centering in Basle. A seemingly serious case treated with high irony and amusing at the conduct of practically everyone involved, including the author.

back THE 1000 Love Letters of "Jill + Al"

The correspondence of Jill Oppenheim de Grazia and Alfred de Grazia, first lovers and then married, conducted between February 1942 and September 1945, has been almost entirely preserved and constitutes some 1200 letters and 775,000 words. The Chief Archivist at Carlisle Barracks, Pa, where personal documents relating to the Army are stored, thinks that it may be the largest extant collection of correspondence between a soldier and a person on the home front: his opinion is shared by other persons at the Hoover Library at Stanford University, the Army Historical Section in Washington, and archivists elsewhere. It may be the last of its species, too, because the revolution in tele-communications that lets the front line talk to anyone in the world, because the great airplanes of today can carry troops everywhere including home, and because so long a war, and, hopefully, perhaps a great war itself, is not foreseeable.

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THE 1000 LOVE LETTERS "JILL & AL"


GOVERNING THE WORLD:
SCHEMES, RADICAL GLOBALISM


WORLD CATASTROPHES
& QUANTAVOLUTIONS


SYSTEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
& SOCIAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION & PHILOSOPHY

POETRY, NOVELS, AESTHETICS

AUTOBIOGRAPHY & JOURNALS
OF ALFRED DE GRAZIA


THE ART COLONY:
MAB, BRUNK, GAIETTO, SOLOMI


PROJECTS, INVENTIONS,
& PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING.


THE LIVING ARCHIVE

AMI DE GRAZIA’s QUIDDITY

EDWARD DE GRAZIAS WORKS

ARCHIVED MATERIALS

The Art Colony:
Mab, Brunk, Gaietto, Solomi

MAB (Licia Filingeri)


PIETRO GAIETTO


INGBERT BRUNK


CHRIS SOLOMI


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The Art Colony begins on May day with works of MAB (Licia Filingeri), Pietro Gaietto, Ingbert Brunk, and Chris Solomi on exhibition.

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back PIETRO GAIETTO

MAB (Licia Filingeri) is already known to Grazian-Archive visitors through her masterful characterizations of the prose of Alfred de Grazia's "Forty Stases and Theses on World Government" in acrylic paintings. Details of several of Pietro's work also have found their way into the Grazian Archive. Licia and Pietro are located at Genoa, Italy. Synopses of their life and careers are carried on the Archive as well. Their productivity is large and they have gone almost without publicity and promotion beyond Genoa, where they are well known. (We must except recent Ezra Pound cycle of Pietro feted at Rapallo, a 'hoot 'n holler' down the road from Genoa.) The Grazian Archive is the first considerable exposure of their work. In time, more elaborate biographies and analyses of their art will be contained on the screens of the Art Colony. Old friends of the de Grazia's , the two artists collaborated in various endeavors of times past to stimulate interest in Primeval Sculpture. The basic volume on the subject was produced and published by Pietro, and is going to be presented as an adjunct to his contemporary productions.

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Ingbert Brunk works and lives in an enormous studio of the old Ursaline school planted in the medieval kastro of the Island of Naxos, Greece, not far from the peninsula of Stylida where Alfred and Ami de Grazia dwell. When in Germany, his homeland, he is usually to be discovered in the town of Hargtsheim. Ingbert's projects begin with a wandering over the beaches, mountains and quarries of Naxos in search of the most beautiful natural stones he can find. Most, but not all by any means, are of marble, in the varying patterns and colors that marbles assume. Their size may vary from a hundred centimeters to two meters in girth. Their weight may vary from 15 kilos to 150 kilos. The artist conveys them then by donkey or truck to the path below his studio and then by enlisted manpower up the steep long flight of steps to his workplace. There he contributes the further shaping and sculpturing that fashions and completes their beauty and significance.

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Chris Solomi is English of Cypriote descent who spent years in Naxos and has taken up permanent quarters for his sculpture at Pikermi, a farming community near Athens, neighboring upon the estate of Joan Winant Vanderpool, friend of Alfred and Ami de Grazia and former mother-in-law of Dr. Catherine de Grazia Vanderpool, American Director of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens and daughter of Alfred de Grazia. (By the way, she figures importantly in the War Letters of JILL AND AL ,q.v. on the Archive.)
Chris works in marble and metals. His bronze figure pictured here was carved and cast for an Australian businessman who has placed this sculpture in a garden North of Chicago, and has obtained and emplaced several other pieces of Chris elsewhere. Additional pictures of Solomi's work will be forthcoming.

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THE 1000 LOVE LETTERS "JILL & AL"


GOVERNING THE WORLD:
SCHEMES, RADICAL GLOBALISM


WORLD CATASTROPHES
& QUANTAVOLUTIONS


SYSTEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
& SOCIAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION & PHILOSOPHY

POETRY, NOVELS, AESTHETICS

AUTOBIOGRAPHY & JOURNALS
OF ALFRED DE GRAZIA


THE ART COLONY:
MAB, BRUNK, GAIETTO, SOLOMI


PROJECTS, INVENTIONS,
& PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING.


THE LIVING ARCHIVE

AMI DE GRAZIA’s QUIDDITY

EDWARD DE GRAZIAS WORKS

ARCHIVED MATERIALS

Projects, Inventions,
& Progressive Publishing

THE PERSONAL ARCHIVE:
ON RETRIEVING VALUABLE CULTURAL RESOURCES

METROPOLIS 1976


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        ON RETRIEVING VALUABLE CULTURAL RESOURCES

Noticing the disintegration of the personal archives of one's deceased friends is an ordinary facet of the sadness of their passing. Of artists and scholars, of the creative class, it is said, "Their work lives on." But does it? If as much effort were put into carrying the effects of a creative mind into the future as is put into keeping it oxygenated for a few weeks longer, the American cultural heritage would be much the richer. Not that our proposition would be sharply for the one or the other. It is rather that much can be done to invent a low-cost socially beneficial system of managing intellectual estates, which would operate also to resolve the typical anxieties of creators and their intimates. The scenarios are well-known; I shall type them.

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The problems of older cities in America are many and grave. The establishment of new cities, in consequence, has not received much attention. Apart from a few general recommendations, including a report that urged the construction of over one hundred of them, little has been done to bring forward plans. costs, and arguments for cities of a half-million or more residents. At this moment it would appear that the bicentennial celebration of the Declaration of Independence will suffer from a shortage of immediate events to celebrate, and it seems to this writer that the achievement of a new metropolis by 1976 would contribute substantially to this end. I have therefore set down here some notes on a research, design, and teaching program to produce the intellectual cadre for Metropolis 1976. Assuming success in these efforts, I am suggesting how a group of independent and commercial sector leaders can take over and build upon the plan.

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WORLD WAR II:
THE 1000 LOVE LETTERS "JILL & AL"


GOVERNING THE WORLD:
SCHEMES, RADICAL GLOBALISM


WORLD CATASTROPHES
& QUANTAVOLUTIONS


SYSTEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
& SOCIAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION & PHILOSOPHY

POETRY, NOVELS, AESTHETICS

AUTOBIOGRAPHY & JOURNALS
OF ALFRED DE GRAZIA


THE ART COLONY:
MAB, BRUNK, GAIETTO, SOLOMI


PROJECTS, INVENTIONS,
& PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING.


THE LIVING ARCHIVE

AMI DE GRAZIA’s QUIDDITY

EDWARD DE GRAZIAS WORKS

ARCHIVED MATERIALS

The Living Archive

THE LIVING ARCHIVE

CONTINUITY AND INNOVATION IN REFERENCE RETREVAL IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES:
        ILLUSTRATIONS FROM THE UNIVERSAL REFERENCE SYSTEM

THE PERSONAL ARCHIVE:
ON RETRIEVING VALUABLE CULTURAL RESOURCES

FUNERAL EULOGIES


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Here now is all about the Grazian-Archive and where you come in and go out on it. In this Year 2000-minus-3, millions of Earth's people who are troubled and restless and eager are drawn to the vast anonymous movement known as Internet. There they can stake a claim to a domain on the World Wide Web, where they can be joined by persons cruising the Internet or targeting them.

back CONTINUITY AND INNOVATION IN REFERENCE RETREVAL IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES:
        ILLUSTRATIONS FROM THE UNIVERSAL REFERENCE SYSTEM

The computerized Universal Reference System, now independently organized, had its beginnings in the ABS bibliographic reference tools, such as the ABS Guide to Recent Publications in the Social and Behavioral Sciences and 'New Studies,' which is a regular feature of the ABS. Alfred de Grazia, founder and former editor of the ABS, is Professor of Government at New York University . This article, reviewing the URS and automated reference services in general, is excerpted from his address at the American Library Association Convention in July, 1966.

back THE PERSONAL ARCHIVE:
        ON RETRIEVING VALUABLE CULTURAL RESOURCES

Noticing the disintegration of the personal archives of one's deceased friends is an ordinary facet of the sadness of their passing. Of artists and scholars, of the creative class, it is said, "Their work lives on." But does it? If as much effort were put into carrying the effects of a creative mind into the future as is put into keeping it oxygenated for a few weeks longer, the American cultural heritage would be much the richer. Not that our proposition would be sharply for the one or the other. It is rather that much can be done to invent a low-cost socially beneficial system of managing intellectual estates, which would operate also to resolve the typical anxieties of creators and their intimates. The scenarios are well-known; I shall type them.

back FUNERAL EULOGIES

A funeral ode to my early and long-dear wife, Jill, written in late 1996.

Funeral Eulogies of:
Sebastian de Grazia, Carl Michael de Grazia and Earl Richard Milton

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WORLD WAR II:
THE 1000 LOVE LETTERS "JILL & AL"


GOVERNING THE WORLD:
SCHEMES, RADICAL GLOBALISM


WORLD CATASTROPHES
& QUANTAVOLUTIONS


SYSTEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
& SOCIAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION & PHILOSOPHY

POETRY, NOVELS, AESTHETICS

AUTOBIOGRAPHY & JOURNALS
OF ALFRED DE GRAZIA


THE ART COLONY:
MAB, BRUNK, GAIETTO, SOLOMI


PROJECTS, INVENTIONS,
& PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING.


THE LIVING ARCHIVE

AMI DE GRAZIA’s QUIDDITY

EDWARD DE GRAZIAS WORKS

ARCHIVED MATERIALS

Ami de Grazia’s Quiddity

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back DUKE ELLINGTON BOULEVARD (in French)

Daniel, un jeune Français qui va étudier à l’Université Columbia, rejoint à New York son père américain, Jason, et sa demi-famille paternelle, qui n’est pas des plus engageantes... Son père, pour commencer, a oublié sa venue...

Daniel, a young Frenchman bound for Columbia University, the proper and gentle son of former hippies, joins up with Jason, his New York father and his normally dysfunctional American family... To begin with, his father has forgotten his arrival...

back TONY AND ISHTAR:

A play

back THE LAST DAYS OF VELIKOVSKY

Lecture delivered on October 19, 2001 at University of Bergamo, Italy. Conference chaired and organized by Prof. Emilio Spedicato.

back ALLEN GINSBERG ET AL.

Their Struggles Against Censorship Remembered.

back BLOOD

A short story by Ami de Grazia, a tragedy of family love and community misunderstanding in Alsatian France, recounted through the eyes of a little girl.

back THE AMAZON CHOICE

- One woman's radical attempt to avoid breast cancer -

back CHARLES BAUDELAIRE

Five poems translated by Ami de Grazia

back JACQUES BREL

Six songs translated by Ami de Grazia

back VOICI, TRADUIT EN FRANÇAIS...

... le Chapitre 13 du livre d'Alfred de Grazia 'The Taste of War'.

back "HILLPEOPLE RAP BAND"

... of Chris de Grazia

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WORLD WAR II:
THE 1000 LOVE LETTERS "JILL & AL"


GOVERNING THE WORLD:
SCHEMES, RADICAL GLOBALISM


WORLD CATASTROPHES
& QUANTAVOLUTIONS


SYSTEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
& SOCIAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION & PHILOSOPHY

POETRY, NOVELS, AESTHETICS

AUTOBIOGRAPHY & JOURNALS
OF ALFRED DE GRAZIA


THE ART COLONY:
MAB, BRUNK, GAIETTO, SOLOMI


PROJECTS, INVENTIONS,
& PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING.


THE LIVING ARCHIVE

AMI DE GRAZIA’s QUIDDITY

EDWARD DE GRAZIAS WORKS

ARCHIVED MATERIALS

Edward de Grazia’s Works



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A BIOGRAPHICAL PREFACE

BOOKS & MANUSCRIPTS

INTERVIEWS

ARTICLES & BRIEFS

PLAYS



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Edward de Grazia, retired in 2006 as Professor of Law at Yeshiva University in Manhattan, New York, is an attorney specializing in human rights litigation, a political activist on behalf of constitutional rights, and a playwright. He was born on February 5, 1927 at Chicago, Illinois to Alfred J. de Grazia, a band and orchestra conductor and Catherine Calogera Lupo de Grazia, already the mother of two sons, Sebastian, nine years old, and Alfred Jr., seven years old.

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back GIRLS LEAN BACK EVERYWHERE

The Law of Obscenity and the Assault on Genius

back A PORTRAIT OF THE PUBLISHER AS A YOUNG MAN

-- Parker High School Days -- (A Biography of Barney Rosset - Unfinished)

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back AN INTERVIEW WITH JEAN GENET

Interview with Jean Genet in Paris in the Summer of 1983,
a few years before his death

back INTERVIEW - TALK WITH EDWARD DE GRAZIA

April 1992

back ARTICLES & BRIEFS

back ALLEN GINSBERG, NORMAN MAILER, BARNEY ROSSET:

Their Struggles Against Censorship Recalled

back BUT WHY ALL THE KISSING

Insurrectional Free Speech In the Gilded Age

back CONGRESSIONAL LIAISON

An Inquiry Into Its Meaning For Congress

back CRIME WITHOUT PUNISHMENT

A Psychiatric Conundrum

back DIVERSION FROM THE CRIMINAL PROCESS

The 'Mental-Health' Experiment

back EQUAL POLITICAL DEFAMATION FOR ALL

Section 315 of the Federal Communications Act

back FREEING LITERARY AND ARTISTIC EXPRESSION DURING THE SIXTIES

back HOW JUSTICE BRENNAN FREED NOVELS AND MOVIES DURING THE SIXTIES

back HUMANE LAW AND HUMANISTIC JUSTICE

back JACK THE CENSOR

back MURDER MADNESS AND THE LAW

by Louis H Cohen

back OBSCENITY AND THE MAIL:

A Study of Administrative Restraint

back ROBERT RAMSPECK ET AL

Petitioners Vs Federal Trial Examiner

back THE DISTINCTION OF BEING MAD

back PLAYS

back FOUR BITS - or ' The Rail ' -

back IN THE CAGED PANTHER'S EYE

- The Saga of Ezra Pound -

back MYRTILUS

- A Play in One Act -

back ED DE GRAZIA PLAYWRIGHT

By Allan Ginsberg

back THE AMERICANS

back THE BOAT

- A Miracle Play -

back THE HANDSOME YOUNG SOLDIER

- A Play for Reading -

back THE SAGA OF HOO FASA

- A Peripatetic Play -

back THE SWINGS

back THREE TARGET PIECES FOR THEATRE, CHURCH, GALLERY

back VACUUM CLEANER

- An Opera in One Act -


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WORLD WAR II:
THE 1000 LOVE LETTERS "JILL & AL"


GOVERNING THE WORLD:
SCHEMES, RADICAL GLOBALISM


WORLD CATASTROPHES
& QUANTAVOLUTIONS


SYSTEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
& SOCIAL SCIENCE


EDUCATION & PHILOSOPHY

POETRY, NOVELS, AESTHETICS

AUTOBIOGRAPHY & JOURNALS
OF ALFRED DE GRAZIA


THE ART COLONY:
MAB, BRUNK, GAIETTO, SOLOMI


PROJECTS, INVENTIONS,
& PROGRESSIVE PUBLISHING.


THE LIVING ARCHIVE

AMI DE GRAZIA’s QUIDDITY

EDWARD DE GRAZIAS WORKS

ARCHIVED MATERIALS

ARCHIVED MATERIALS



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1953 00 00 article for enceclopedia19 page(s)
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1953 00 00 prospectus of an article operational research 74 8512 page(s)
1953 00 00 summary of principal objectives3 page(s)
1953 03 17 letter to arthur wright1 page(s)
1953 06 00 mathematical derivation of an election system11 page(s)
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1954 04 00 state constitutions are they growing longer3 page(s)
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1955 00 00 the system of stucying government9 page(s)
1955 01 31 t04 education related to party vote12 page(s)
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1955 03 18 165 POLITICAL SCIENCE2 page(s)
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1956 04 00 limits of external leadership18 page(s)
1956 04 09 ways of extending voluntary activity43 page(s)
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1957 00 00 a bad distriction3 page(s)
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1957 00 00 the abs program1 page(s)
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1958 00 00 social invention5 page(s)
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1958 03 24 frontiers of public administration 182 1909 page(s)
1958 09 00 nature and prospects of political interest groups8 page(s)
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1959 01 05 plan for a new school of social service7 page(s)
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1959 10 28 n wengert outdoor recreation6 page(s)
1959 11 00 comparative and historical study of elections34 page(s)
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1960 00 00 lobbies as an american institution16 page(s)
1960 00 00 memorandum republican association5 page(s)
1960 00 00 race relation in outdoor recreation14 page(s)
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1960 12 00 science and values of administration 136 page(s)
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1961 00 00 inventing techniques for accelerating reforms3 page(s)
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1961 03 27 future of american enterprise3 page(s)
1961 04 00 trends in approach and techniques part 426 page(s)
1961 06 24 remarks of j p mitchell9 page(s)
1961 07 00 metron proper use of men27 page(s)
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1964 00 00 causes of defeat of republican party12 page(s)
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1966 00 00 computer assisted operations9 page(s)
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1966 04 00 new model of congress hw16 page(s)
1966 04 12 outline research proposal2 page(s)
1966 06 00 continuity and innovation in reference retrieval35 page(s)
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1966 11 00 overtures to a new curriculum29 page(s)
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1966 12 00 a design for political science16 page(s)
1966 12 08 congress and presidency role in modern times45 page(s)
1966 12 08 from aei4 page(s)
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1967 00 00 perspectives of a generation18 page(s)
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1967 02 00 Continuity and Innovation in Reference Retrieval4 page(s)
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1967 04 00 methodology in political science1 page(s)
1967 04 00 use of social research 68 707 page(s)
1967 05 11 vietnam source material index3 page(s)
1967 07 00 statement alfred u s congress18 page(s)
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1968 00 00 the foundations of access to knowledge27 page(s)
1968 01 00 certificate of incorporation35 page(s)
1968 04 30 notes for lecture behavioralism hw3 page(s)
1968 05 00 journal called cosmology3 page(s)
1968 10 29 comment on commentary anatol rapoport4 page(s)
1968 11 27 prospectus hamilton college11 page(s)
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1968 12 09 government activity operational analysis11 page(s)
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1970 00 00 t20 to government st kitts4 page(s)
1970 02 01 organizing tourism in naxos2 page(s)
1970 05 01 t22 letter to jim hr5 page(s)
1970 06 00 la universidad como autoridad futura hw21 page(s)
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1971 00 00 university of new world at valais69 page(s)
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1972 00 00 contemporary political philosophies and ideologies9 page(s)
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1972 02 24 notes servo-corporation of america hw61 page(s)
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1973 05 04 Watergate Affaire Rigidity and Paranoia9 page(s)
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1973 09 21 letter from u s senate2 page(s)
1973 10 04 memorandum the next step3 page(s)
1973 11 30 politics department russell smith5 page(s)
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1974 02 12 rights of independent universities against government hw 119 page(s)
1974 02 12 rights of independent universities against government hw 217 page(s)
1974 02 13 ny uni faculty and student representatives4 page(s)
1974 02 13 types and causes of large scale6 page(s)
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1974 11 25 ny uni needed representative government2 page(s)
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1975 09 28 syllabus POLITICAL SCIENCE14 page(s)
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1976 00 00 case of guadeloupe6 page(s)
1976 05 30 London Visiting Speakers3 page(s)
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1977 04 30 journal of science of catastrophe3 page(s)
1977 06 00 general confrence1 page(s)
1977 12 07 national endoment for the arts11 page(s)
1977 12 09 congressman john brademas12 page(s)
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1978 00 00 wiretapping2 page(s)
1978 01 02 activities report hw4 page(s)
1978 02 00 letter to national endowment for arts2 page(s)
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1978 10 11 letter to carl stover2 page(s)
1978 10 22 national activity profiles1 page(s)
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1978 12 04 thought for day policy5 page(s)
1978 12 07 energiy conserving art forms hw5 page(s)
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1979 01 23 letter to carl stover2 page(s)
1979 01 23 letter to carl stover regional cr offices1 page(s)
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1979 02 15 decisions disasters and public policy25 page(s)
1979 02 22 cultural resources daily time record1 page(s)
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1979 03 19 memorandum carl strover8 page(s)
1979 03 22 letter to william havemeyer1 page(s)
1979 04 04 letter to carl stover3 page(s)
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1980 02 28 organization of public policy sciences14 page(s)
1980 02 29 platform of new american party10 page(s)
1980 03 00 business esthetics7 page(s)
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1981 00 00 general theory of literary fiction hw6 page(s)
1981 06 02 cut your losses5 page(s)
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1983 02 00 paris writer and revolution4 page(s)
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1984 00 00 trouble with american is hw1 page(s)
1984 01 00 primeval sculpture volume 1 number 164 page(s)
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1985 00 00 crime criminals hw3 page(s)
1985 05 31 anne marie cloud over bhopal15 page(s)
1985 09 19 letter from pierre treand t012 page(s)
1985 10 09 letter from jean combier france t012 page(s)
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1986 01 02 letter to anne bazin1 page(s)
1986 06 02 letter to lovie2 page(s)
1986 06 10 letter from lovie3 page(s)
1986 07 18 letter from genova italy1 page(s)
1986 07 20 letter from h dronkers hw2 page(s)
1986 07 25 memo to participants1 page(s)
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1986 07 29 letter from genova1 page(s)
1986 08 00 book outline1 page(s)
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1986 10 22 letter from ron williams3 page(s)
1986 11 18 letter to al from england1 page(s)
1986 12 00 language origins society4 page(s)
1986 12 15 association internationale pour préservation paléo art13 page(s)
1986 12 15 letter to pietro hw1 page(s)
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1987 03 18 letter from lovie2 page(s)
1987 04 03 france chec1 page(s)
1987 11 25 collection processing general distribution4 page(s)
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