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“INSTITUTE OF POLICY STUDIES 


MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION CONCERNING 
(NATIONALITIES INTELLIGENCE) 


Reurlet 7/24/ 67, with enclosures, single eee. 


enclosed for London, Seattle and Washington Field, puts “he), oz o 

Bufiles contain no pertinent information concerning 
Institute of Policy Studies. tA) 

Regarding Raskin, Buflles show that "The Dai ly ( 
Cardinal," a student newspaper at the University of Wisconsin 
in issue of 4/3/65 reported a rally had been held on 4/2/65 Ans 
which climaxed a week-long protest organized by the so-called Te 
“Faculty Student Committee to End the War in Vietnam.” . 
According to the article, featured speaker at the rally 
was Mark Rag! in, ¢ co-director of the National Institute for 3 
Policy Studies in Washington. Reportedly, Raskin urged % 
a cease-fire in Vietnam, the formation of an international ae 
police force of Southeast Asian nations to keep the peace wv 
in Vietnam, compensation of Cambodia by the U.S. for the : 
attacks on its villages, and trade between North and fe 
South Vietnam. Raskin was quoted as stating that President S 
Johnson did not really know what to do in South Vietnam .u!, N 
because his advisors did not know what was going on. (199-443080-49) 

Regardin Bufiles show that as of September, wee 
1962, was employed by the Peace Research ae 
Institute 1329 18th Street, N.W., Washington, D. C., as a | . 


Credit records at Washington 
indicated that was a former employee in the office of 
Congressman of a 1959 to 196 


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sobr and he reportedly had previously been employed by A - 
iene Pe  for five years. [had written several books § 
See pera iN with U.S. defense policy, iti 


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Letter to Ottawa 
RE: INSTITUTE OF FOLICY STUDT 


Foregoing data may be dizseninated|___| 
provided information 


is not attributed te FOL. (U) 


You should advise|_ | that the Bureau has no 
additional information concerning this matter or any 
information regarding the purpose behind the allesed 
news leak in question. ¥ (U) 


It is noted that information provided by[ | 
concerning this matter would appear to be of Interest to 
various U.S. agencies, specifically to the Cefense Department. 
You should promptly contact a in an effort to obtain 
clearance for dissemination of the data to liefense fepartment, 
State, arid and 1£ deemed advisabla to the White Vouse. 

Te ]does not desire dissemination of the data in its 


present form, you shoul. suggest that they consider 4 (U) 


paraphrasing it to further protect their sensitive scurce. 


tt is noted that refers to 
passavo of the information to further 


identify this individual. x (U) 


“andle promptly. (7 ) 


NOTE: 


[has furnished information from sensitive source 
concerning an alleged leak of information by unidentified 
Defense Department representative concerning U.S. plans to 
invade North Vietnam in June, 1967. Reportedly various 
individuals in the peace movement are seeking to capitalize 
on this news leak and[__]requested available information 
concerning certain of the individuals involved. By (U) 


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DSCLASSIFICATION AUTHORITY SeRTVED rece. 
i AUICHUATIC Of LASSIE LOA ICN GUuLOn 
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Date: 7/24/67 
To: Director, FBI (Bufile ; | ) 


Attention 


Character 


INTERNAL SECURITY 
(SUBVERSIVE CONTROL) 


Reference 


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No prior correspondence, 


eer Four copies of 
- ' ‘Remarks i‘ (] [ 
' Note paragraph 1 re dissemination of information.: J . eer 
a paragrap ro J ayy Li. 
_ = ms been the subject of prior correspondence, the ; * 
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\:\ £ile 100-1259, Bufile not known. (U) o 
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(a. *  MSTUDENT PEACE ACTTON, IS-CANADA, Butilte 100-382@195. 4% ) b7D 


. ROBERT REGULY was the subject of Ottawa file| _] captioned 
"ROBERT REGULY, REPORTER, TORONTO STAR," Bufile not Known, Seatt1 
00, their file captioned “SEATTLE TELEPHONE NUMBER MAIN 2-0460." 


. 7 -., Dissemination Ce | 
E_l May be made as received 
owes L May be made as indicated by stamp on enclosur 
May not be made without further clearanc 
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bs. se rad Following + ‘offices would be ifiterested in receiving copies of eng) ORNFES: By 
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MLI/vmm ADVECEE 
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DATE By 


It_ is my understanding from conversation b6 
with eit when nae 
information was originally received 5/26/67, it was b7D 
immediately brought to the attention of External Affair (U) 
and through that department to the Department of State. 


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To: Director, FBI (Bufile ; ) 
Attention : 
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AXPPROPRIATE AGENCTES 
AND FIELD OFFIC™ * 


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ADYTSED BY Bi py -i8 Bulet to Ottawa -— 8/9/67, te 
SLIP (5) OF, ; i 
DATE [a R, #. & 
Enclosed are it ollowing communications recej 4 Skt “b7D 
Original and two copies (U) Afar e 
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referred to in enclosure was ‘ 


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precteants 


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please note request Para 3, 0 pit yD 
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DATE FORW. 1760 __ 

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Dissemination PLS, NOTE PARA 3, BY WOOL kn 


a May be made as received Classitiog 3, 


May be made as indicated by stamp on enclosure 
May not be made without further clearance , 
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Following offices would be interested in receiving copies of enclosures: , ei fie 
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ALUEMGTOR, Tu, ; A Se kt 
PISCCLLIGCOUS ~ INCONMATION CONCERNING YAS 


CIVTLGNAL GLOUNITY SECTION) 


Oazysinits OF Mybiet Chidtes 


the Dureau. Ue agvired he has a grant deal ox data a 


his. 2hove business: and redidence addrecs concerning the 


rsp, vashioston, 0.C., reflecting it is communist 


Lune ca ltrated and is bchind theo recent ecivil disturhances 


in the U.S. 


rureau indices are negative concernine the 
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ES to your office and is 
subjeet of your Tite Review of files indicates 
that he is an individual who is greatly preosecupled by 
anitera poxrtaining to police and intellicence worl: and 


fancies linsels as an experienced counterintcllicence 
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he has provided demands that serious consideration be 


given to intervieying + in view of thie, «20 showld 
_ Beene ta have 


interviewed for any concrete 
and pertinent information he may have vepardinge the 
eantioned organization. Any pertine! information 
developed shewld be forwarded to Uhe vo vpau in forcn 
guitable for dissemination. -! | \\/,, ; 


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organization, da vier | background, may bo | / - 
Siruent of hic imagination, the interest of the Durcau 4 


and othor Government agencies in the type of infernation 


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Letter to WFO : 
Re: INSTITUTE OF FOLICY STUDIES 
100+447935 : 


NOTE: 


The IPS is ostensibly a private group whose alleged 
purpose is to orient U.S. scholars on foreign policy matter. 
It_is reportedly financed by private individuals and universities, - 

has made the observation that IPS potentially presents an we 
excellent source of information for foreign intelligence services | 
concerning U.S. foreign policy developments. ws 
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g» OPTIONAL FORM No. 10 
“x 4, MAY 1962 EDITION 
GSA FPMR (41 CFR) 101-11.6 


. Tews ¢ » 
UNITED STATES Peo rcsnr 4 


Memorandum 


To  :DIRECTOR, FBI pate: 9/20/68 


WFO (100-46784) 
a o 
: INSTITUTE_FOR-NEW_POLICIES (TENP). 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 

MISCELLANEOUS — INFORMATION CONCERNING 
(INTERNAL SECURITY SECTION) 


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wa ReBulet 8/6/68,” "captionss as above, ON 
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interviewed by SAs 
at his residence 


an organization 
which has its business 
we 
stated that, his organization has been con- 
; ducting an investigation of e Institute for New Policies which 
al he said is also known as the Institute for Policy Studies... 
[SSC*diSttated that the Institute for Policy Studies, which is 
i Located at 1502 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W., is exerting a con- b6 
tinuing influence on the ideology and tactics of the "New Left." 47c 
further stated that he felt the IFNP was directly : 
involved in the Newark riots and other civil disturbances in the 
country; however, he had no personal knowledge of this and upon 
questioning could furnish no specifics or details as to why he 


felt this way. “) 


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When questioned about the method which he used to 
obtain his information, [[__]at first said that he had b6 
"men" in the IFNP, However, after continued questioning b7c 
admitted that he obtained all of his information from 
ocal newspapers and pamphlets publicly distributed by the IFNP, 
At this point in the Satetview, = beeen to mention 
numerous names of controversial figures in the Washington, D.C. 
area with whom he allegedly had been in contact. Once again 
upon questioning he was unable to give any details or furnish 
any concrete intelligence information concerning any of these 
individuals. (lr, 


On the basis of the above interview and from their 
personal observations the interviewing Agents are of the opinion 
the subject's organization[ _]is nothing more than a figment b6 
of his imagination, By his own aamission[ Lis. the sole b7C 
leader and only member of the organization. is unemployed 
and said he remains a good deal of the time in his apartment with 
his invalid mother, In view of this the interviewing Agents feel 
s that he spends much of his free_time imagining himself engaged 
: in counterintelligence work. exhibits an obvious detec- 
tive complex and also appears to have a definite preoccupation 
with police matters and intelligence work. jy. 


Due to the lack of any pertinent or concrete information 
being furnished by this individual and the fact that interviewing 
agents feel in reality, does not possess such information 56 . 
no further investigation is contemplated in this matter by WFO,’z7 b7C 


SCLASSTETORTION AUTHSOLTY Benrves facu- 
Bl AUT STIC Ge LASS ie AT ON ellie 
DATE G61) 2015 


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1 - Mr. Shaw 


L1-1-68 


Director FBI (100-447935) 


C= OF POLICY STUDIES 
INTERNAL SECURITY ~- MISCELLANEIOUS 


ReBAairtel 10-21-68, entitled "Students for a 
Democratic Society, IS ~ SDS." Copies of reairtel were fur~ 
nished WFO and San Francisco. 1 

Reairtel, which pertained to the recent Cuban trip 
taken by members of Students for a Democratic Society, pointed 
out that Ramparts magazine was preparing a story about the 


Cuban trip. It was als ut that arrangements for the 

story were made through peo b6 
who works for Ramparts and the Institute o Olicy Studies (IPS) b7c 
in Washington, D.C. ;- 

*, In view of the foreroing, there may be some relation- VA 

yY ship between Ramparts and the IPS, San Francisco, in its con~ @ 
tinuing investigation of Ramparts, and WFO, in its preliminary j 
investigation of IPS, should be alert for any information j 
showing a working relationship between_these two organizations. 

' En this connection, it is noted that who has b6 
. been a regular contributor to Ramparts, is b7c 


r of the IPs. if 


WFO should conduct a preliminary investigation of 
-.*ithe IPS to determine its aims and purposes. Furnish the Bureau 


bs a summary of all pertinent information in the files of your au 
N 2 fjoffice concerning the IPS and the individuals associated with 
O wei sfit. WFO should also furnish a summary of contacts made with 
= OD 5 all logical security informants and sources regarding the IPS, 
= §5 “|A11 pertinent information developed should be furnished in form 
ron) 


suitable for dissemination along with your recommendation as to 
mek whether an investigation of the IPS is warranted pursuant to 
Section 87E, of the Manuat; Of Instructions. y . 


2 -—- San Francisco ao cay etic i fi ae 


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Letter to SAC, WFO 
RE: INSTITUTE FOR NEW POLICIES © *CLFNP) 


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NOTE: 


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United States from and ac j ra 


references in Bufiles, he has lived in 


moved from job to job evidencing no stability on any 
position he has worked. In 1964, he volunteered his 
services 


attempted without success to contact t ecretary 
in the Soviet Embassy in Riga poem ue pe in June of 1965. 
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as an individual who is greatly preoccupied by matters 
pertaining to police and intelligence work and fancies 
himself as an experienced agent. (U) 


Lap otmtarily appeared at the Internal 
Security Section of the Bureau on 8/1/68 and stated he 
had some information regarding internal_security matters. 
He was interviewed by C.D. Brennan and 
advised he has data at his office in 
reflecting that the IFNP, Washington, 
communist infiltrated and is behind the recent civil 
disturbances in this country. Because of the interest 
of the Bureau and other Government agencies in this 
particula e of information, WFO is instructed to 
Interview [|_| for any concrete and pertinent 
information he might have regarding the LFNP. 1: 


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DEAEGEOR, FEE Oe 1/7/68 
sac, uO (257-2898) (muC) 


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\ Re Jackson let 9/14/68 requesting infornation 
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concerning the type of institution subject is attending 

and to interview her coneerning affiiietinn with SHCC. - 
JN let indiented subject could be lecated through the 

qaneituee ae Policy Studies in Washington, D. ©. Previo ous, 

inquiry at WDC faiied to develop any informa nm co 

ing the subjec fe) 


»s. monn? MstAtute for Poltey Studies (IPS), at 1520 
New Maupshive Avenue; fic. > USsnInGton, D. C. describes 


itself as an institution cheated to Gerve as an 4ndepene- 
gent center of research and education on public policy 
probleus in WBC. A reeent brochure published by the IPS 
motes that 4¢ has been called the "anteliectual arsenal Se 
1. of the Neu ete" by movsnen, and as “the vanguard of tho zB 
atatus qua" by students. It haa alco been public go 
referred to as "Yne Think Tank for the New Left." (1 , 


Anong “pedainently tn he loca) are] b6é 
featured p ent y in the local prasG in anti~ : b7C 


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Aus ioeal SI subject,|_____——_—id|: is also imoun to have affii- 
£ dation uith the IPS; a 


A veeheck of VEO indices ereait and eriminal 

oo weeerds has not developed any additienal information -con= 

j cerning the subject. Notor Vehicle Registration records 
“ and telephone company listings at WOC fakied to indicate A ld ) 
fo a record or residence adéress for. the subject. On 10/27/68. 


Ge Bu bx ay ; —_— 
a - Jackson (157-9856) (fm) © Yor RECORDED — ~ Yo -SY 7 G35 -H 


- ~ Ballas (157-1623) Gm) "got 183 NOV & 1968 


raid ee < —— ORTON CONTAINED" TE bs 


WD) sad, S . 7 HEREIN IS UNCLASSIF i b7c 
Le ISO cAS - DATE BY 


wFO 157-1894 | 


a telephone call mac: to IPS by 0 nathout vs | 
disclosing official identity, produce Wifo:mation from 

an unidentified female secretary that the subject iz a 
student at the Institute. The secretary declined to 
give out a telephone number or address where the subject 
could be reached. /., . 


In view of the above, it appears tuat the only 
avenue of contact with the subject would be throagh the 
IPS, while £t dees not appear that the IPS falls within the 
category of institutions of higher learning, the nature of 
the Institute and its personnel would Gictate the utmvst 
in prudence in making any official contacts with that 
organization in order to preclude any possible enbarracument 
to the Bureau. 


The subject's affiliation with SNCC has been 
reported as being present at one meeting on 10/27/6 
2 t the time the subject was a student at 
in the light of this limited affiliation, and b6 
in the light of circumstances outlined previously, WFO b7c = 
recommends interview with this Subject be heid in abeyance. 
It may be noted further that the subject's mother advis 
on 2/68 that the subject anticipated a return to 
in January of 1969. If JN feels that an intervies 
with the subject is necessary or deulrable, WFO feels at can 


be best ed either upon her retu 
a or upon her return to 
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DIRECTOR, FBI[ 10/30/£8 
sac, weo[ ty) 


CHANGER 

RICHARD JACi.SON BARNET 
| IS ~ VIETNAM 

| (O33 WEO) 


The title of this case is being changed to reveal 
subject's full name as appearing in the files of the Passvzort 
Office, United States Pepartment of State (USDS), Yashington, 
B.C. GWEC). The title had previously been carried as. 

RICHARD BSRNET. 


Re Bulet to WEG dated 9/10/38. — iN 


On 10/25/03, SA HOWARD FLETCHER, JR., rechecked the 
passport file of RICRAED J JACJSO3 BARNET at the Passport Office, , 
USES, Woo. This review revealed that passport number G71C55€ 
was issued to him on £/13/t6, valid for three ,ears. The only 
change in the information set out in WFO AT to the Fu dated vo 
&/14/67 and captioned “WORLD COUNCIL FOR PLACE, IS - C' was |” 5! 
that due to recently enacted legislation, the period for 


validation is now five years from date of issue. A copy ef «© 
WEO AT settin 9BSSD re subject was bs 
furnished for . This AT set ovt 5) 
complete background information re subject. HE 


Subject was deseribed Le. referenced Bulet as co- 
Director of the Institute for Policy Studies, WIC. This Eroup:. =. 
is currently beinginvestigated by WFO (iufile €2-112415, VEOfile 


_100-4.784). It is felt that subject's current activities will zi 
be established through this investigation. It is also felt that g 
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due to this investigation, subject should not be interviewed 
at this tine. /y, 


For the above reasons, WFO is closing this case 
UACB. u, 


De LASS LE TCATION ANTAOCRI TY Dee Ue Face 
PEL AUTGMALIO Of CLASSI EI CAT ICN GUIlCE 


P aes LEG-7 (Rev. 12-22-6 bale Ge ll aols 


OPTIONAL FORM NO. 10 ' 3010-106 
GSA GEN. REO. NO. 27 } all 
UNITED STATE. _ _IMENT 
TO : Director, FBI ( rae ae DATE: 8-17-67 
{n | Legal Attache, Ottawa ([ (RP) * 
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SUBJECT: “INSTITUTE OF POLICY STUDIES 
MISCELLANEOUS” INFORMATION “CONCERN ING 
(NATIONALITIES INTELLIGENCE) \ 


Reference: BUlet 8-9-67 p” wf y 


Dissemination, as outlined below, was made on dates indicated 
to foreign agencies listed. ay 


[7] —_____ copies of aed ERT 


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Name and Location of Agency Date Furnished 
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OPTIONAL FORM NO. 10 a | 5010-106 y % 
MAY 1962 EDITION ‘ : 
GSA GEN. REG, NO, 27 I 


UNITED STA’ nf A vent 
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TO: Mr, bisa DATE: 12-6~68 


, Sulli 
wees Tar 
Ws Z Trotter 
FROM MY es Tele, Room 
Mal Holmes 


Gandy 


i OF POLICY STUDIES (IPS) b7C 


1520 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, NORTHWEST 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 


Captioned individual telephoned your (Mr. Bishop's) office 


acne the late afternoon of 12/5/68, and his call was transferred to the 
: Crime Research Section. stated that he is participating in the b6 
b preparation of a study concerning the use of firearms by law enforcement Pie 
/ agencies and asked whether the FBI required their agents to be armed (> 


was advised that while the FBI has no specific regulations requiring 
its agents to carry firearms while-off duty, they have the authority to 
carry firearms at all times. He was informed that it is left to the discretion 
of the Special Agent based upon his present, past or possible future assignments. 


ae, 


‘ 
during off-duty hours as is frequently the policy of local police departments. A 


Referring to the recent shooting of a larceny suspect by a 

Metropolitan Police Officer who had been alerted _to the offender b P 

Special Agent( —————~—~CSCidtf the: Laat, [_ inquired if i \er ¢ 
iacveae, Was available to answer some questions with respect to this incident, Y 
wk He was informed{__] was not and[___] did not pursue the matter further. 


ae 


At ‘the outset of this call s___Jwoula give only his business 


& uc ess and when asked, was reluctant to reveal his residence address 
et ixich he finally gave as [re rr Washington, D.C. 
a e mentioned having been involved in civil rights work in the South some - 
aa ears ago“where he claimed the FBI "did not seem very responsive" toa 
ey ivilcrights complaint he brought to our attention. (U ) 

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ae ’ Files disclose tha is probably identical with a person 6 
ae X with the same name, who in 1965 made a civil rights complaint that was RIC 
pars \ Jpromptly investigated and subsequently closed for lack of evidence of a 
es at violation. IPS is a research organization described by some as the 
oak "intellectual arsenal of the New Left. ’’ We have ‘cone cted no Anvestig tion of 
au or IPS. ¢ Uy [psi ib fep eee Td 

RECOMMENDATION:  *. 0 186 A 

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Memorandum 


: f DIRECTOR, FBI (106=+47936) . DATE: 12/27/68 
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INSTITUTE OF POLICY STUDIES 
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Re Bureau letter to WFO dated 11/1/68. 


' On 12/16/68, the following records were checked or 
following persons contacted at the University of California at 
Berkeley (UCB) in an effort to identify the Institute of Policy {i 
Studies as being in some way active at UCB. y f 


Dean of Students records } 
Associated Students of UC Activities Office ¢ 
Inspector UCPD Subversive Detail, who Ree 


izations 
UCB 


No record could be found for the captioned organization. 
df 
On 12/17/68,[ ad who is familiar with campus * °’? 
activities at UCB, advised he had never heard of captioned 
organization. ly 
San Francisco Office indices contain no information 


indicating a connection between the captioned organization and 
"Ramparts" magazine. 


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nerep of SA Charlies M. Sawyer, gated 3/14/69 is 
eapticned mattiez. 


A review of referenced resort revesis thst 4t conteins 
too such extraaecus mcterisl, Mach of the inferaation reported 
eould bave been coadensed to gake for a more concise, weaning sual 
and comprehensive report. 


The repert in cherseterizing individuals has > tendency 
to go off on a tangent. Many cherneterisaticsas contain informetion 
which ia not pertineat. 4 sew gucciaet sentences set forth showing 
the subversive affiliatioa of the individual being characterised 
ghould s@ftfies, It is not necesasry te eet forth = sumwary 02 
ail isfermation ia your files concerning the person being char~ 


acterised, 

| . The section in your rt on vielence pertains primsr 
te the individual activities of an employee of bé 
captioned organigation. You should thoreaghly analyze data of . b7C 


wee» this nature. De not assuee that 011 setivities or vieve of 
ry |  iividuale associated with the Institute for Policy Studies (7s 
are necessarily these of the IPS. 


Page 35 contains iaformation indiesting that the 

Presbyterien Church is giving funda to the res. This information. 

( 4s net pertinent sed shoald met heave been set ferth in your repos 

|} Bear in mind that this is 2 security inveatigation ard the repor/ 

---- -“f 9¢ sugh unrelated dats could eoneeivably result in emberrassnent 

by giving the eenzetation thet thera is sume gubversive aspect f 

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Letter to SAC, WFO 
RE: INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
100 eG 7955 


It is obvious that a great deal of time and efiort 
Was expended in the preparation of this report; however, the 
whove oheeryetion: cre being furnished for your guidance in 
wonncetion with the preparation of future reports in this matic 


NOTE: 


WFrO's initial report in captioned matter generally 
conforms with Bureau instructions concerning its preparation; 
hovever, a substantial amount of the information reported 
could have been condensed to make for a more concise report. 
The report which is in excess of 100 pages contains much 
extraneous information and numerous characterizations of 
individuals mentioned and information vhich is not pertinent. 
The above is not desirable and is being called to WFO's attention. 


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Detroit, by letter dated 1/29/69, “and Chicago, by 
letter dated 2/5/69, advised informants familiar with 


SDS activity in Detroit and Chicago, re e 
could furnish no information regarding 
Chicago, as reflected in relet, advised that on 3/6/64, 


former | ____] advised that at a meetin 
in Portland, Oregon, on 3/5/64 


[Ld stated that has "a paranoid fear" 
of CP control of the SDS. (U) 


postmaster, West Cornwall Post 
Office, West Cornwall, Conn,, on 8/8/69, advised 


had recently returned to his family ' s od Lene 
a but in the past years 
he een away at college, t is also her impression 


that. he had recently served in the armed n of] . a 


objector It was the opinion of 
eo [_lis currently unemplo 
Sngaged in free-lance writing, She added that[__ 


as well as other members of his family, is the type who 

is attracted to causes;and at a seminar held at the local 

high school in June of this year, spoke on 

behalf of legalizing the use of marijuana, 

stated she is unaware of any communist leanings on e par 


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1- OSI, Washington, D.C. (RM) 


Report of: SA CHARLES M, SAWYER Offices Washi ng 
Date: 3/14/69 © GBOZ EDD 


Field Office File & 1100-46784 Bureau File #: 7h00- seas 


b6 
Title: INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES (1 3G. 
1520 New Hampshire Avenue, N. W. REASS ubs)24. 
Washington, D.C. pee 
Bron, FCIM, Il, 1-22... 7---- Jaxx... 
Character: INTERNAL SECURITY - MISCELLANEODECLASSIFICATIQN- Shida... 
38,5957 - 
Synopsiss(¥ IPS offices are located at 1520 New Hampshire “Avenue, N. b7C 


WDC, RICHARD J. BARNET 
‘and founded the institute in October, 1963. 
non-profit, non-taxable institute which studies U.S. foreign 

and domestic policy and offers alternative programs to 

present policies. The number of IPS members in residence 

is small, but the IPS influence extends,through its contacts, 
to most major colleges and universities in the U.S., to. 
U.S. Congressmen and Senators, labor union leaders, and Ee 
dignitaries of some foreign countries. Students who attend 
IPS are categorized as being or having been leaders 
representing most of the major New Left and Black Militant’: 
organizations in the U.S. IPS educational curriculum 
centers on topics which are critical of the present U.S. 
system, which includes criticism of educational, federal, 
state, and local governing structures. The IPS courses 
are focused on the feasibility of replacing the present 4 
U.S. “establishment" with "Neighborhood Co-operatives" in 


Pn cet 


which the residents’ will decide the behavior of its inhab: EES 
3 nts, including the behavior of the government and polic gaa 
fgau 


se pne individuals within the cooperative will, as a group, 

av < own and operate all the services within their unit, IPS 

SP Gis financed by private funds. Individuals who have been 

oe identified as CP members or sympathizers of CP activities, 

«gS (6% “have participatdlin IPS functions. IPS repres 
¥ a a also affliated with known communists. 


- Px - NO F Cot Bs IM 


This document contathis noither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It in the proporty ‘of the MBI and ts loaned a 
your agency; It and its contents ure not to be distributed outside your agency. 


fr U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1967-O- 273-878. : 


WFO. 1000-46784 SESRET 


Cashier, D.C. National Bark, WDC, or to [ Assistant b6 
Cashier, Public National Bank, WDC. The sources of this b7c 


information is confidential and should be protected. 
LEADS 


Information copies are being furnished to Albany, 
Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Los Angeles, New York, 
Portland, and San Francisco as information contained herein 
pertains to IPS affiliation with persons and organizations 
within these divisions. 


WASHINGTON FIELD 


AT WASHINGTON, D.C. Will continue to follow and 
report pertinentactivities of IPS. 


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educators, Congress, and labor. 


; ibLnck extrenist movements, 
ton the feasibility of replacing the present governmental 
istructure with neighborhood cooperatives in which residents 
! would own and operate all facilities and services and 


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P.) Jes siGes arr) ; ; ae 


. DeLoach 
Bishop 

- . Sullivan 
- Mr. C, D. Brennan 


June 12, 1969 _ 


BY LIAISON 
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Honorable Kenneth EB, BeLieu 

Deputy Assistant to the President 
for Congressional Relations 

The White House 

Washington, BD. C. 


Dear Mr. Behieu: 


Reference is made to your request of Mr, C. D. 
DeLoach oe thi Bureau on June 9, 1969, for informati 
olicy Studies i eal 
who are associated with that 


The Institute for Policy Studies, 1520 New 
Hampshire Avenue, Northwest, Washington, D. C., was founded 
in October, 1963, as a nonprofit, nontaxable organization 
which etudies national foreign and domestic policies and 
otters alternatives to these policies, 


Altnough the Institute is relatively small, it 
Fexerts considerable influence through contacts with 
Students attending the 
institute are described as leaders in the.new left and 
Courses at the Institute focus 


control g11 governing functions such as police duties, 
“Individuals with subversive backgrounds have participated 

“in Institute functions, Financing of the Institute is * 
handled through private funds, 


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GSA GEN. REG. NO. 27 . Seaieins * : . 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT Ke 
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Memorandum 1 =r. C.D. Deboach — fLibin 

1 ~- Mr. T. E. Bishop Felt 
Rosas 
Sullivan 
Tavel 
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Brennan fn, i ~ Mr. “~~ ee 

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sUmECT. nent TUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES | 
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INTERNAL SECURITY ~ MISCELLANEOUS 
Mr. Kenneth E, BeLieu, Deputy Assistant to the President 
for Congressional Relations, requested Mr. DeLoach to furnish him 


information concerning captioned organization and related individuals, 


Captioned organization located at_1520 New Hampshire | 
-¥ Avenue, NsW., Washington, D. C., and was founded in 1963 as a non 
aaa profit, nontaxable organization which studies national, foreign and 
domestic policies and offers alternatives. — 


i} : 
TO ‘Mr. We. Cy Sullivall VP DATE: June 11, 1969 


FROM : Cc. D. 


me 


The Institute is relatively small; however, it exerts con- | 
Siderable influence through contacts with educators, Congress, and 
labor. Students attending the Institute are characterized as being 
leaders in the new left and black extremism. Courses at the Institute 
focus on the feasibility of replacing the present governmental - 
structure with neighborhood cooperatives in which residents would own 
and operate all facilities and services and control all governing 
functions such as police duties. own subversives have participated 
in Institute functions. Financi is through private funds. b6 | 
wtp itt — wy fs } 


and sympathetic to their cause. Ve 


at_the Institute ™, 
and \ 
Literature published by the Institute in 1966 described him as an i 4 


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RECOMMENDATION : [REC-88 Jd oe é : b7c 
The attached letter be furnished to Mr. BeLieu at the | 
White House. , f 


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has attended numerous meetings and demonstra— 
tions protesting the draft and Vietnam War, He has actively 
Opposed adoption of the Antiballistic Missile cht 


Honorable Kenneth &, BeLicu 


October 20, 1967, eleven individuals, including left 


& package with Department of Justice officials, he package 
contained Vietnam War protest material and Selective Service 
Regi ation Certificates and notices of classificatio 

Eo ees others, Prosecution vas declined regarding 
because of his age and IV-¥F Classification, which were held 
to be indicative of a lack of intent to violate the Selective 
Service Act, 1948, 


is an at the 
during the 
itera @ pu she 


he Sincerely yours, 


ml de 


Seq”memorandum C. D, Brennan to Mr, W, C, Sullivan 
dated 6/11/69 captioned "Institute for Policy Studies, Internal 
Security - Miscellaneous," prepared by RLS iba; 

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TO > DIRECTOR, FBI (100-447935) DATE: 7/11/69 
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rrom \\WVSAC, WFO (100-46784) (P) , b7C 


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sunject:D INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
1520 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, N.W. 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 


IS - MISC, 
oT 
I Re report of SA CHARLES M, SAWYER dated 3/14/69,.U 


ye 
Enclosed for the Bureau, New York and New Haven are ud 


wo (2) copies, respectively, of a jpor Tb6 
from to (atv) LY 


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On 7/7/69, Detective Ca Intelligence’ “~~” 
Division, Metropolitan Police Department, Washin ton, D.C. ; 3 
(WDC), advised SA CHARLES M, SAWYER and SA| | that — 


a source whom he knows to be reliable, recently furnished him”... 
various data from the Institute For Policy Studies (IPS), 1520 
10, N.W.. WoC, among which is the enclosed 


a 
ra 
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This letter was dated I > L9OU, Attached a 
was a 12-page essay addressed to The Editors of the New York 


Review, 250 West 57th Street, New. York, New York 10019, and 
signed A 
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The essay was concerned with whyL___] thought b7¢c 
revolution.was possible in the United States and it was written 
in response to an article te dere in the "New York Review” 
written by BARRINGTON MOORE,, 4 _ 
t-te 2 eY. ENCLOCUhc ING. BEHIND FILE 

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On the 12th page of the enclosed essay is a hand- 
printed note as follows; 


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The 12th page of the enclosure is larger, to include 
all the informati i was contained in the copy received 
from Detective WA b6 
b7C 
Detective| _—_advised that the copy he received 
from the source was a xerox Copy, and the source did not know 
the whereabouts of the original letter and essay,\\ 


New York is requested to advise if they have encountered 
similar incidents regarding coded messages being used by the 
Communist Party, USA (CP,USA) for dissemination of information; 
also perhaps New York, through some of its espionage sources, 
might be able to advise if IPS has come to their attention as a 
cover for espionage activities, U 


New Haven is requested to conduct appropriate back 
ground investigation in accordance with MI regarding[ | to bé 
determine any subversive activities, lA b7Cc 


© is continuing the investigation of IPS and[ | be 
or possible connections with hostile foreign powers ,\b7c 
The IPS has been characterized in part in the WDC 


weekly newspaper, "The Examiner", dated 9/24/67, 
page 22, by EDITH KERMIT ROOSEVELT, as follows: \ 


‘IPS is a Washington-based *Think Factory* which 
helped train extremists who incite violence in 
American cities, Educational research serves as M 
a cover for intrigue and political agitation, 


Through its’ conferences and seminars, the IPS 
exerts a continuing influence on the ideology 
and tactics of the New Left,” 


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DATE: 8A8/69 


FROM: I Ae NEW HAVEN (100-20107) (RUC) 


© 
, SUBJECT: INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
1520 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, N.W. 
WASHINGTON, D, C.. 
Is - MISC, 


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Re: WFO letter to Bureau, 7/11/69, U 


Relet sets forth a letter from one 


nf 


Pe to_ be identical with 

es fa of IPS), dated 2/5/69 V' 

8 |_|8 Deregete: Fa bie ht lpr Fe ht 8 
i ty i New Haven indices reflect that_the Portland Offic 
BAP H letter dated 6/25/65 advised 
22488 address: 


Indianapolis informant [| on 1/3/66, furnished 
information pertaining to the December conference of 

the National Council of the SDS held at the University of 
Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, 12/27-31/65, with 
additional meetings extended to 1/1 and 2/66, On 12/28/65, 


[~~-__—cjwas listed among those in attendance, This 
information is found in Indianapolis file 


By letter dated 1/8/69, WFO advised that the New York 
Division advised that attended a three-day 
meeting of the Foreign Policy Association (FPA) at New 
“York, New York, from 5/27-29/68 Ly 


ie kad 


CATION. ---- 


SSI ws 


Relet further advised that the New York Division advised that 
was listed as a 

Chicago, Illinois, and was nominated 

m3 cant | for the at the March, 1968, conference 
a at Chicago, is time was a student at the 
Institute of Policy Studies, Washington, p.cU oe 
Bees (4¢0) fore #8 


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BY 1606-19953 


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iue to poliey restrictions. 


WASHINGTON PIELG 
AF WASHINGTON» D. Ce ! 
Yashingsten Fielé is requested to maintain contact 


with the Passport offiec, United States Department of State bé 
for further information concerning travel of subject and [1 a 


AT BUFFALO, HW YORE 


Will follow and rt subject's activities as they 
may develop through Lecat fo] and Heatington Pele. ni 


Jtanemit Gic .ollowing in | 


wi Jnl SPS ULGENT -s 


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‘CED GST SOME MONEY FROU| Apes 
SESTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES, WDC, | aan pie 
SOURCE STaTED[____| LEFT WOC DURING NIGHT OF AUGUST TWELVE | 
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APPENDIX 


STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY . 


A source has advised. that the Students for a 
Democratic Society (SDS), as it-:is known today, came ~~~ 
into being at a founding convention held at Port Huron, 
Michigan, in June, 1962. From an initial ideological 
posture of "participatory democracy," the current Line 
of the national leadeiship reveals an adherence to 
Marxism-Leninism. 
in March, 1969, called for the building of a revolutionary 
Marxist-Leninist movement. The program of SDS has moved 
from involvement in civil rights struggles to an anti- 
Vietnam War position and finally to its present advocacy 
of an anti-imperialist line, linking up the oppressed 
peoples of Asia, Africa and Latin America with the black 
liveration movement in the United States. China, Vietnam 
and Cuba are regarded as countries which are leading the 
world-wide struggles against United States imperialism. 

On the other hand, SDS “regards the Soviet Union as an | 
imperialist power and does not support the policies of. 


SDS maintains a National Office in Room 206, 1603 
West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois. Its official paper 
"New Left Notes" reflects the line of fhe national leadership 
and program adopted at meetings of the National Council. and 
National Interim Committee (NIC). Three national officers 
and a NIC of eleven members are elected each year during a 
June National Convention. 

SDS Regional Offices and university and college 
chapters elect delegates to National Council. meetings wherein 
program and ideology are debated, but each Region and chapter 
is autonomous in nature and is free to carry out, independent 
policy and programs reflective of local: conditions. 


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GABRIEL MORRIS KOLKO, 
Also Known As 
Morris Kolko 


General for Information for the Democratic Republic of. 

Vietnam, as well as a member of the Vietnamese Peace Nb 
Committee. He took part in the NWorld Gathering of Pacifist 6&8) 
Forces," which took place in East Berlin. 


PA 


BU T-7 further advised that KOLKO and his wife were 
expected to travel, on June 28, 1969, to visit with friends in, , 
Southern France and most likely will return to Paris about, CUP 
August 23 or 24, 1969. i, Ol 


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GABRIEL MORRIS KOLKO, 
Also Known As . : 
Morris Kolko 


A Washington-based "Think Factory" 
which helped train extremists who 

incite violence in American’ cities. . 
Educational research serves as a a. 
cover for intrigue and political @. 
agitation. . a, 


Through its conferences and seminars, 
the IPS exerts a continuing influence 
on the ideology and tactics of the New 


On June 25, 1968, records of the Board th 
Patterson, New Jersey, as made available by clerk bé6 
showed a birth record in file, Number 1717, indicating that b7Cc 


GABRIEL MORRIS KOLKO was born August, 17, 1932 in Patterson, 

New Jersey, to PHILIP KOLKO and LILLIAN ZAEDIKoW. This birth 
record identified PHILIP KOLKO's occupation as a weaver, his 

age as 29, and his place of birth as Poland. LILLIAN ZAEDIKOW's 
age was recorded as 28 and her place of birth as being Russia. &) 


on July 15, 1969, Mr. supra, ativised . be - 

that records of this office show that KOLKO, who was initially b7C 
appointed, on September 1, 1968, at SUNYAB, is expected _to resume 
his teaching responsibilities in September, 1969. Mr. 
said KOLKO's personnel file contains no indication that he 
4intends to travel abroad this summer, and, in fact, he does*not 
have enough seniority at SUNYAB to obtain a sabbatical.. (wa 

> BU T47, a confidential source abroad, on July 18, 1969, 
advised he had recently learned that GABRIEL M. KOLKO, date of : 
birth August 17, 1932, place of birth Patterson, New Jersey, “Aa § 
and his wife arrived in Paris, France, on June 26, 1969. CS hf 


BU T-7 said that, on June 27, 1969, KOLKO and his 
wife had an interview with 


and alSO Wi A 
North Vietnamese delegation to the Paris Peace Talks. 


BU T-7 described NGUYEN MINH VY, born July 17, LOM, x 4 
at Thua-Thien, as a journalist by profession and Director- COS 


GABRIEL MORRIS KOLKO, 
Also Known As 
Morris Kolko 


BU T-6, who has furnished reliable inform tion 
in the past, advised, on March 13, 1969, that as of February 
and March, 1969, one Dr. GABRIEL, KOLKO B57 Delaware Avenue, 
Buffalo, New York, telephone number 88h. 26, was considered 
to be a member of SDS..: pe in , 


On May 2, 1969, 

[_] SUNYAB, Buffalo, New York, advised that records of this 
office show that Dr. GABRIEL KOLKO, a professor of history 
with tenure, is currently a faculty member at SUNYAB. Mr. 

stabed that records of this office show KOLKO was 
born on August 17, 1932 in Patterson, New Jersey, is married 
and resides at 857 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York. Mr. 

said KOLKO in the past has extensively published books, 
articles and papers. Mr.’ said that KOLKO was formerly 
associated with the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania, and was formerly employed by thé“Institute for 

- Policy Studies in Washington, D. ¢, 4) Beene Oe ae 


: The March 17, 1968 issue of the "Potomac" supplement . 
to "fhe Washington Post™ newspaper contains an article on pe 
pages 17 and 22 entitled, "Brain Power to the Disaffected," 

-. which pertains to the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), 


| 

| 

| The article states in part that "history professor 

| GABRIEL KOLKO conducts a 'Cold War Seminar'".at IPS. KOLKO 

stated further that he is not doing regearch for political 
purposes, but states his views are disengaged. He is against 

| the war in Vietnam. He stated that’ the war was "rigged." He 

states the best newspaper in the world is "Ie Monde.” He 

| states further that "When I was at the University of Pennsylvania 
I helped in exposing the chemical warfare research they were 

| doing there. Ultimately the University gave it up. I think 

| that's the way to do things..." . (UY J 

| 


The IPS is characterized as follows? 


.In an article in the Washington weekly newspaper, 
‘The Examiner," dated September 24, 1967, page ~ 
22, EDITH KERMIT. ROOSEVELT described IPS. in ne ae 
part as; - ae: ; ; 


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GABRIEL MORRIS KOLKO, 
Also Known As 
Morris Kolko 


"level of near starvation, American ability 
to acquire raw material at will at a preferred 
price is a major factor in continuing ‘level of 
living' as it is presently found. Third world 
trade exports have dropped from 31% to 19%, 38% 
loss in income from aid plans a recent factor 
from loss of trade, Third world is stagnating, © 
Food consumption per capita has fallen in South 
America, and Africa, as level for, stagnated in 
Far East, . The US sustains import tariffs against - 
the third world products, JOHN FOSTER. DULLES in | 


saat nec LQ48,.. stated. that. 'foreign aid is not to make 


friends, it is to help lookout for our interests,' 
Loans, interest, and service charges in 1964,- 
‘used up! up to 30% of dollars givén-in aid. - 
South America now is up to a level of 75% re- — 
‘turned to US in this way. Loans are now re-. 
quired to be repaid in dollars necessitating 
earnings to be made in dollars, Raw materials 
needed by US tend to limit items sold to US 

and limits economic development in third world,” 


g 


On January 24, 1969, a Special Agent of the Federal 
Bureau-of Investigation obtained..a poster which had been acquired 
from St. Bonaventure University, Olean, New York. This poster 


- indicated that District SDS Conférence. Workshops had been 


scheduled for December lt, 1968, at Norton Union, SUNYAB, also 
that one GABRIEL KOLKO had been scheduled to speak on i cadena cr 
\ BU T-5, who has furnished reliable information in- 
the past, on March 27, 1969, made available information per- 
taining to the Radical Educational Project (REP), Box 625, 
Ann Arbor, Michigan, According to BU T-5, REP is self~ 
deseribed as a "movement that acts,.,dedicated to the purpose | 
of providing our activist movement with a research, education 
and publication arm--an internal education instruction of 
our own,” also that REP is developing educational programs 
around the coordination of films and speakers for SDS chapters, 
BU T-5 said that, as of March, 1969, one of the sponsors of 
REP was listed as one GABRIEL HOTKO (BK at) a: 


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GABRIEL MORRIS KOLKO, 
Also Known As 
Morris Kolko 


KOLKO remarked that the United States needs the third 
world, but the third world does not need the United 
States ey 

A characterization of Students 

For a Democratic Society (SDS) 

appears in the appendix section 

of this memorandum. 


BU T-3, with whom insufficient contact has oc- 
curred to judge his reliability, on November 30, 1968, made 
available a leaflet captioned “Teach-In, The Multiversity 

and The Empire." This leaflet announced the teach-in 
sponsored by Columbia SDS, on Novenber 22, 1968, at Mac 
Millan Auditorium, 116th Street and Broadway. This leaf- 
let listed as one of the participants one GABRIEL KOLKO 
"SUNY-Buffalo." The leaflet indicated two of the subjects 
under discussion would be (1) United States cold war foreign : 
: policy and the third world and (2) the role of Universities 
in the formulation and implementation of United States foreign 


: “ policy. KX gy 


BU T-3, on November 30, 1968, made available a leaf- 
let issued by Columbia SDS, which was captioned "SUPPORT the 
fight for better schools--FIGHT the Shanker walkout." This 
leaflet indicates that Columbia SDS and the New York Regional 
SDS support the people of Ocean Hill-Brownsville in their fight 
for decent schools. in their community. ‘An attachment to this 

leaflet indicates one GABRIEL KOLKO is listed as being a panel © 
member for discussion of the subject "An Overview of America 
n ts Foreign Policy. | : 
and Its gn Policy Y 84 1 
BU T-4, who has furnished reliable information in the. 
past, advised, on November 22, 1968, that a teach-in was held, 
on November 22, 1968, in MacMillan Theatre, Columbia University. 
One of the speakers at this teach-in was one Professor KOLKO 
s from Buffalo University. According to BU T-4, KOLKO made the 
following comments: ()\ ) BZ ip) 


"No comprehensive theory of world conditions. 
American behavior actively causes training in political | 
spectrum of whole world. Economics of raw materials 
a very intricate system. Trade with third world has 


not helped peasants rise up from their sustinence at 


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BU T-1, who was in a position to fie 
hand information, advised on January 25, 1967, that an my 
American Professor by the name of GABRIEL KOEKO and his wife, i 
JOYCE, would be members of a "legal investigative team" of 
the International War Crimes Tribunal that was planning to 
travel to North Vietnam, and its aim would be to secure 
evidence of American atrocities in Vietnam, BU T-1 further 
advised the team was scheduled to depart on February 10, . 
1967, from Paris, France, to Pahnon Penh, North Vietnam, Gad 


The May 3, 1967 edition of the "Washington Post," _ 
a daily newspaper in Washington, D. C., page A-20, contained _ 
- an article captioned "'Americans Help Open Anti-U.S. ‘Tribunal, '" 
-—, This article is datelined.Stockholm, May 2, and in part states 
~, that one GABRIEL KOLKO, an associate Professor of History at 
the University of Pennsylvania, criticized United States policy “ 
in Vietnam, on May 2, 1967, at the "International War Crimes 
_. fribunal." This article also stated that KOIKO told the’ 
gathering at the Tribunal that "the intervention of the North _ 
in South Vietnam is a myth and the American buildup in Vietnam (7, 
is a violation of the Gereva accords of 1954." } 


BU T-~2, who has furnished reliable information in the 
past, advised on November 27, 1968, that on November 22, 1968, 
a teach-in on the topic of "The. Multiversity and the Empire," 
which was sponsored by Columbia University Students for a 
Democratic Society (SDS), was held in MacMillan Auditorium, 
Columbia University. One of the speakers at this teach-in 
was one GABRIEL KOIKO, of State University of New York at - —. ----.- 
Buffalo (SUNYAB), Buffalo, New York, who gave a statistics- ° 
studded: speech-on United States involvement in the t d_ wo 


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een publicly referrad to, as "The Think Tank for the New Left, 


fhe intelligence interests i 
are known to include political matters relating to Latin Muerica, 


it is possible that both subjects are[ ss Cid andere hiss b6 
direction. Reopen investigation of subjects under above b7C 
characters. Conduct 2 rest penetratin:, continuins investicaticab7pD 
of the io an effort to doter.iiue their exact relationship with 
Subunit results of your investivation 
in reports for referral to the Department in connection with the 
registration requirements of Sections 851+857, Title 50, 
U.S. Code. Consider the advisability of tabbing the Security 
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


WASHINGTON, D.C. 20535 


.July 22, 1969 - 


MARY MC CARTHY 


A confidential source who has furnished reliable 
information in the past, reported that on June 21, 1969, 


stated she had accepted a b6 
position with the“lnstitute for Policy Studies, Washington, b7C 


D. C., to conduct research in the area of the United States 


military's role in the economy. The source described 
| | as 


“Marxist-—-Leninists" who worked behind the scenes in student 
agitation in the Washington, D. C., area. The source learned 


i aunt Senator Eugene McCarthy's daughter, 
Mary McCarthy, was also working at the Institute for Policy 


te 
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Studies and "being radicalized" by the Institute. 


also advised the source that i b6 
a dune, 1969, graduate of American University and bic 
of the Students for a Democratic Society 
hapter at American University, Washington, D. C, requested 


to set up a luncheon_engagement for him and 
indicated to that he 
desired this initial contact with McCarthy to become 


Mary McCarthy. 
acquainted with her, so that ultimately he could "bed" her, ' 
and in that way "radicalize" her further. 


The Institute for Policy Studies is located at 
1520 New Hampshire Avenue, Northwest, Washington, DBD. C., 
and was founded in 1963 as a nonprofit, nontaxable organization 
which studies National, foreign and domestic policies and 
offers alternatives. It exerts considerable influence through 
3 contacts with educators, Congress and labor, Students attending 
0, @ the Institute are characterized as being leaders in the 


‘ e New Left and black extremism. Known subversives have 
: “, participated in Institute functions. Financing is through 


\ ‘A private funds. 
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\ wy Students for a Democratic Society is a militant, 
lutionary, Marxist-Leninist" youth group. 

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BURPOSE:s 


To recommend that information concerning the ennloyment 
ot Senator Eugene hicCarthy’s daughter, Mary McCarthy, at the 
institute for Polic Studies, Washington, D.C., be furnished to 
n@ White House and the Attorney General. 


BACKGROUND: 


Washington Field has reported the receipt of information 
that Maxy McCarthy, the daughter of Senator xugene lieCarthy of, 
Wisconsin, was employed at the Institute for Policy Studies, 
Washington, D.C., and "being radicalized" by the institute. | 


The Institute for Policy Studies was founded in 1963 as 
& nonprofit, nontaxable organization which studies National, 

foreign and domestic policies and offers alternatives. [It exerts 
considerable influence through contacts with educators, Congress 

and labor. Students attending the Institute ave characterized ag 
being leaders in the New Left and black extremism. Known 

subversives have participated in Institute functions. Financing 
is through private funds. 


This information is also being furnished to Secret Service, 
State Department, and the military intelligence agencies. 
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RECONMENDET TON 2 


That the attached memorandum be approved for transmittal 
to the White House and the Attorney General. 


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“2 Rawe Gf the subject. 


ReBUlet to the Bureau dated 3/21/59, 


Enolosed for Buffalo are one xerox copy each of San 
Juan airtel and LH to the Bureau dated 1/24/67 captioned, 
"Proposed International War Crimes Tribunal, Information Con~ 
cerning"; §FO let and LEM to Bureau dated 6/1/€7 captioned as 
above; WFO let to the Burenu captioned as above, dated $/29/37; 
Philedeiphia let and UBM to Bureau dated 9/3/87; a copy of a 
newsclipping frcm "Tho Washington Post and Times Herald”, dated 
5/2/67, page 4-20 cntitlec, "Americans Holp Gpor anti... 


Tribunal", Also enclosed for Buffalo is one copy of a Passport 


photo of KOLKO and his wife, CAROLINE JOYCE NANNING (nes), 
dated 12/7/69. 


The 3/17/88 issue of the "Potomac" supplement to “The 
Washington Post" newspaper contains an article on pages 17 and 
23 entitled, "Brain Power to the Disaffectcd", which pertains 
to theiustitute for Policy Studies (iPS), Washington, D.C, 


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The article atates in part that “history professor 
GABHEEL EOLEO conducts 4 ‘Cold War Seminart* st IPS, KOLKO 
ateted further that ge is Bot Coing research Por political 
pirposes, but states his views are disengaged, Ke is agains t 
the war in Vietnam, He states that the war was. "yiggod", Toe 
States the best sOwspaper in the world is "Lo Honde"™. Ho 


States further that "When Z was at the University of Pennsylvania 


i helped in exposing the chewical warfare research they were 
doing there, Ditimately the University gave ie up, F thist 
that's the way te de things, . . ." 


The FS is charnctorized ag fellows: . 


In an article ip the Washinetrm wackiy HevSpa per, 
“The Examines," cated 9/24/87, pago 44, EDTTE Rinurr SOGSEVELT 
described IPS in part ae} 


A Washington based “Think Factory" which helped 
train extremists who ancite violence ip anorican 
citics, Educational rosearch Serves as a cover 
tov intrigue and polities} agitation, 


Thveugh its conferences and seninara, the IPS 
exerts @ continuing A0flvanes oan the aidcology 
and tactics of the vow Leis, 


For inafermation of Bautfaio, IPB is Gurrontly under 
investigation a¢ Washington, U.C,, because of its apparest 
Sxtensive influence with sew ~©2% am Black Militant organi- 
zations throughout the United Statece. 


@ above refcrenced comtiunicntion, date 5/21/69, 


Th 
indicates that EOLKO was one of the Sponsers of the Radical 
Bducation Project at Aan Arbor, Michigen, The jnvestigntion of 


CMOrges as a sponsor, founder or leader in Ney Left organises 


in view of the current investigation of iPS, WFO cid 
not contact their affices for verification of KOLRO"s euployment. 


WFO will forward ether pertinent ioferaation POgardiag 
bGLEG upon completion of. fi Le review ,. 


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symposium ap4 ambiguous nature of the info 


furnished. bl “jand in lieu of additional facts, no 


DIRECTOR, FBI €100-384411) 10/31/69 
Sac, WEO (40-176) {P) 


DAVID TYRG DELLING-R 
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Rew¥let to Bureau dated 9/16/69. 


202 NAS 7522 - ig listed to Broyles Typesetting 
Service, 920 L Street, H.W., WoC. 


Indices are negative. 


-——- As listed te >} 
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indices re[ sds ave negative. 


202 ADS 9382 - is listed te the Institute for Policy 
Studies, 1520 New Hampshire Avenue, 
N. W., WDC. 


The IFS has been characterized im an article in the 
Washington, 0. C. weekly newspaper “The Exaniner" dated 9/24/67, 
page 22, by SDITH EXRMIT ROISCVELT, 


She states in part, that the IPS is a Washington based 
"Think Faetory" which helped train extreaists who incite violence 
in U. S. eitles, and whose educational research serves as a cover 


for intrigue and political agitation. 


( “3-Bureau co 
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WEO 40-176 


The article also states, that through its conferences 
and seninars, the IFS exerts a continuing influence on the 
ideology and tactics of the New Left, 


for further information, New York refer to indices 


ve Institute for Foliey Studies, reports dated 3/14/ 69, and 
9/12/69. 


WE? has inetituted a request with the telephone 
cotipany, WOC, to datemmine the aubserlbers to the remaining 
muabers. When identifications are determined, WEO wilt supply 
pertinent Infornstion to the Buresu and Kew York. 


3 copra = . 
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MAY 1962 EDITION 


re GSA FPMR (41 CFR) 101-116 . Ps : © : 
| UNITED stati é ‘IMENT | ~ o- ¢ 
ry ; @ , 
“. Memor." 1m 
To : DIRECTOR, FBI (100-7935) pate: 11/26/69 
FROM ;.7 SAC, RICHMOND (100~11066) RUC 
_— - NSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES, 
; 1520 New Hampshire Ave., N.W., 


Washington, D.C. 
Is. ~ MISC 


So (00:WFO) 


Re WFO report of SA CHARIES M, SAWYER, 9/12/69. 


Enclosed for the Bureau are 6 copies of an LHM re / 


captioned organization. Two copies and 1 copy respectively are , 
enclosed for WFO and Knoxville. Also enclosed for WFO and 
Knoxville is one copy of the booklet "Don't Go 'Way". 


The investigation reflected in LHM was conducted by 
SA CHARLES H, WINTER. 


Richmond is conducting no further investigation, UACB. 


Information copy to Knoxville in view of investigation 
being conducted in Claiborne County, Tenn. 


ALL Tr°ORMATION CONTAINED 
ip UNC wit 


/- DIA HEREIN J ne 2 
DATE_S/6 S 


DATE FoR. _/.2, 
val FORY/, 

i} ow 

qo DEC 111969 


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2 ~ Bureau (Encl. 6)(REGISTERED MAIL) 

2 -~ WFO (100-4678) (Encl. 3) (REGISTERED MAIL) 

1 = Knoxville (Enel. 2) (REGISTERED MAIL) Aw 3Gs 
1 - Richmond \ Bay 

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In. Reply, Please Refer to Richmond, Virginia 
File No. 


. 


un@> STATES DEPARTMENT OF Bice 


FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


November 26, 1969 


RE: INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 


On October 2/1, 1969, 
LENOWISCO, 413 Wood Avenue, Big Stone Gap, Virginia, b7C 
informed this organization represents the Lee, Wise, Scott 
Counties, and the City of Norton, Virginia, as a planning 
commission for the betterment and upgrading of the area repre- 
sented, for such items as law enforcement, hospitals, sewer 
systems, etc. 


He said he knows of no organization in this area oper- 
ating under the name of the "Model Valley Community", a Federation 
of Communities in Service, in Wise County, Virginia, and Claiborne 
County, Tennessee. He stated, however, there is a group in 
Big Stone Gap, Virginia, which operates as the FOCIS Center, which 
was started by Sisters from the local Catholic Church. ‘The group 
originally was established to collect clothing for the poor people 
in the area, and to assist the needy in any way they could. 


vr. [___] stated that since the letters "FOCIS" could b6 
represent "Federation of Communities in Service", possibly there b7C 
is some connection to the Model Valley Community, although he 
has never heard of the Model Valley Community as such inthis 
area. He said he would obtain additional information concerning 
the FOCIS Group. 


Upon recontact on November 17, 1969, Mr.[___] statea b6 
he Sefeaeracion. the FOCIS Center is actually a branch Office b7c 
of theyvyFederation of Communities in Service Communications Center, 

MNO Sullivan Road, Knoxville, Tennessee. This group was 


‘Originally founded by the local Catholic Sisters, but the group 
broke away from the local Catholic Church around 1967, and formed 
their own group, which consists of possibly five - ten individuals, 
who now live in a house owned by the local Methodist Church. 


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RE: INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 


The group still assists the local underprivileged familes, 
and they are interested in local arts and community services and 
the preservation of local folklore. ‘They have engaged in no local 
activities which are objectionable, although they have had some 
meetings at their church home with singing late at night which 
have brought_protests from the neighbors strictly on a noise 
basis. Mr. furnished booklets entitled "Don't Go 'Way", b6 
which the organization has distributed locally. Bie 


LE ht pc) er 3 
Stone Gap, Virginia, informed he has been aware of the local FOcCIS 


Center in Big Stone Gap, Virginia, for quite sometime. It has 
headquarters located in Knoxville, Tennessee. It first came to 
his attention when some of the neighbors in the vicinity of 

413 Wood Avenue complained about the noise of music and Singing 
at that address late at night on a few occasions. He learned 
this center was established by some Sisters of the local Catholic 
Church and was known first as the "Holy Cross Center", and the 
group later broke away from the Catholic Church and continued to 
operate the same center in 4 se owned by the local Methodist 
Church. ‘Ny 24 


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formerly a Sister with the /* BG. 
Catholic is in charge of the group, and she is assisted buC 
by also a former Sister of the Catholic Church. 


Some of” the Total teachers visit the center from time-to-time, 
and they have meetings occasionally at the center which draws 
visitors from elsewhere. There has been no difficulty with the 


group, according ane except for the ndse as previously 
described, and after he talke “thf 
there has been no further complaint In this regard From the 


neighbors. 


This document c 
of the FBI. 
agency; it an 
agency, 


ontains neither recommendati 

; ations nor conclusions 

nee the Property of the FBI and ‘s loaned to your 
tS contents are not to be distributed outside your 


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Date! 49/23/69 
To: Director, FBI (Bufile ; 


Attention 


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Bufile 100~-445958, This Institute Was Also the subject of 7° 
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(Nationalities Intetiigence)’ caption ~ Bufile not available, ‘/¢ | : 
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ReWFOrep of SA CHARLES M. SAWYER dated 9/12/69. 


Encloséd for the Bureau are nine copies of an LHM 


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af’ The enclosed LHM is provided to the Bureau for df a 
; information regarding the apparent connection between the 2 
"My Lai Massacre" story, and the Institute for Policy rig s 
ef Studies. Sard 


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WASHINGTON, D.C. 20435 
In Reply, Please Refer to 


File No. Decenbor 17, 1969 


Institute for Policy Studies 
1520 “ew Hampshire «venue, 0. 7. 
____ washington, D. C. 

The Vashington Post and Times Herald newspaper, 
November 13, 1969, contains an article entitled "Broad- 
cast Puts Juthor Barnet at Hanoi Talks", This article 
states in part that eis one named Nashington author , 

and historian Richard J./Barnet yesterday as a partici- $75 : 
pant in a meeting to register support of "massive (: ‘merican) 4 | ear 
AES ee ee against the United States aggression in Bie ins 
Vietnan." 


"The meeting, in Hanoi Tuesday night, was held 

by thé“Vietnam Peace Committee and the sp Committee |! 
for Solidarity With The imerican Feople. Hanoi Radio said @' 
the chairman of the latter group, identified as Professor 
foang «tinh Gian, ‘warmly hailed the planned nassive anti- 
| war demonstrations of the American people. . .' 


| "Barnet, who served in the United States .rms 
Control and Disarmement sency ae Kennedy “.dmini- »* 
stration, is co-director with Narcus”Ruskin of the Insti-- 
tute for Policy Studies (IFS) here, : 


The IFS has been characterized in an article 

in the Vashincton, D.C, weekly newspaper, ‘The 
Examiner" dated September 24, 1967, pase 22, 

by dith Kermit Roosavelt. She states in part 
that the IfS is a Mashineton based "Think Fac~ 
tory" which helped train extremists vho incite 
violence in United States cities and whose edu- 
cational research serves as & cover for intrigue 
and political agitation, 


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—————~ North Vietnam", and also to write about his trips there. 


Institute for Policy Studies 


Throuvh its conferences and seminars, the 
Irs exerts a continuing influence on the 
idealosy and tactics of the New Left." 


The Vashington sost navspaper, article, quoted 
above oes on to say, “uccordins, to informed sources Barnet 
arrived in HMorth Vietnom last Friday, and is expected to. 
leave there this ‘riday. Raskin said Barnet's mission is 
"to inform himself of the specific nezotiating position of 


Yew Jmeriecens evs been crentes visas to enter North Vietnam 
in recent years." 


“Barnet is on the advisory board of 2 newly foracd 
news agency named Dispatch formed to provide ‘in-depth re- 


porting on important issues and events for national news- ae a 
nepers and the collegiate press.‘ “ eee 


The Dispatch News service is described in the 

Vashing : and Ti Herald, N ber 15, 1969, pace 
washington Fost and Times Herald, November is, 1707, paze 
i-1 and 1-9, "United States Officer is Accused of Mass 
Viet 'murders',"' as a small news agency, for which Seymou7 
M, Hersch wrote a story concerning Lieutenant Villiam L. cS 
Caley, Jr. end his "premeditated murder" of 10° South Vier-i 
namese villagers during combat on March 16, 1968. i 


The Ueshinzton, D.C. Uveniny Stax newspaper deted = 
Hovember 25, 196°, page ..-11 contains an article by vary 2 
licGrory entitled "Silepee Greets Viet Massacres", states in, r 
part that Seymore.lk“Hersh, who broke the story regarding the ey 
massacre at My Lai, is a 32 year-old ‘ashington free- Lance. ae 
writer who McGrory described as a fast- -talking, fast moving 
former Pentagon reporter, who was formerly, for e brief pertod,” 
Senator Bugene licCarthy's campaign press secretary. ; 


a 


McGrory goes on to say that Hersh is against the var, 
but resents a London newspaper's designation of him as a "Left-wing 
nut." 


Institute for Policy studies 
neat anata aera ttetNnan, 


Me Grory states tha 


$1,000 Srant from 
vestigate the My L 


“eGrory's article 


the Philip 


t Hersh applie 
M. Stern Found 


ai Massacre Story. 


Thre s 
e Years" as an IFS Trustee, 


This document contains neither 
recommendations nor conclusions of 
the FBI, It is the property of 

the FBI and is loaned fo your agency; 
it and its contents are not to be 
distributed outside your agency, 


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ation to in- 


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SAC, Boston (1060-39531) : 9/13/71 


Director, FBI (100-447935) 


ony 
CANsTrTUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES (1PS) 


meee fs Ul Lassie leo 


1520 NEW HAMPSRIRE AVENUE, 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 
INTERNAL SECURITY — NEW LEFT 


A review Gf information previously furnished }7 
you has indicated that IPS played a supporting role i 
establishing the Cambridge Institute (CI), and several 
individuals formerly connected with captioned SE RAR athe 
are also on the staff of the CI. \ 


You are instructed to reopen your investigationg 
this matter in order to determine if the CI is an indepe 
organization or the Massachusetts arm of IPS. Include ¢% 
identities of fellows, associates and stafi{ members, as 
aS any information available concerning current projec 
organization is involved in. Contact Boston area ban, 
determine if CI has an active account aad consider {hg 
of surveying such account for any ce aneactso of inj 
to the Bureau.. 


Pe Submit your findings in form suitable for 


aL THFORMATION CONTE THES 
PIC with your recommendation as to wha ther ar Bot 


Dele Liesl ie szull BY 


setios: is warranted. 
1+ WFO, esse 


WGD:crs/at 4 _ 
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NOTE: 


Boston instructed t, TG conduc 
to determine if formal relationship 
Massachusetts and/iPS, Washingt3® © 
factory. = 


7 ese 


NOTATIONS HEREIN ACCOUNT FOR ACCESS &VD~OR DELIVERY OF THIS J Pac 
SELECT COMMITTEE (SSC) AND-“OR HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE (HSC! GMMNTELLL 


HAP NRin FT NOTE: FORM IN \HICH ACCESS AND OR DELIVERY WAS MADE MAY.GE { 
THAN AS REPRESENTED BY TH'S DOCUMENT IN THAT CERTAIN EXCISIONS MAY HA#E.2F 
MADE. FOR ACCESS ~ DELIVERY FORM, SEE BUFILE (S} 62-116395 (SSC), 62-116464 (HSC). * 


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ACC. ene: DATE ACC. DATE 
DEls 


DATE ween DEL, x . - 


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MISC: ‘DOCU -AENTS FURNISHE™ -0 8S7_RE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., WERE ALSO FURK 


TO ESTATE OF KING THROUGH THE DEPT. AS INDICATED BELOW FOR INSTANT DOCUMENT, DAG 
DENOTING DELIVERY TO DEPT. SIE BUFILE 100-106670 FOR FORM.IN WHICH FURNISHED, 


seem seam emirate tem omen onan tatnineeen T3 DEPT. 


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8/11/71 


fo: SAC, WasHington Pield Office 


From: Director, FBI 


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‘INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
RESEARCH MATTER 
BUDED 3/23/71 


In connection with a current research project, 
you are requested to review your files for information 
a concerning the organization, financing and activities of 
captioned Institute which has its headquarters Washington, D. C. 
Conduct no open inquiries in this regard; however, if it 
is possible to discreetly do so, obtain a copy of the 
latest report of the Institute. Furnish material 
developed, including public source information, to the 
Bureau, attention: Research Section, Domestic Intellix 


gence Division, by 8/23/71, 


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| TO : C.D. prenngify2/ ea Oe pate: September 2, 1971 helps 


| i : Ponder 

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| Pom: Wes Re a | >, 1 = Mr, Dalbey Ranee 

_ - fn 1 - Mr. Brennan ee 

I suyecr, MCLEK | 1 = Mr. Shackelford sony ‘ 
‘ } (NATIONALITIES INTELLIGENCE) | 1- Mr. Wannall | jee. Ave 

vi Ff 4 . ee a Mr. ‘Wagoner & oT 


this group has had "McNamara Study" Material in its possession and that b7D 
members of it have been associated with and in contact with Ellsberg. } 


| 1% It is anticipated 


A tee On 9/1/71 Assistant Special Agent in Charge 
| ' Boston Office advised that when in the past 


since Washington Field Office (WFO) is origin in the case on the Institute for DIC 
Policy Studies, he felt that WFO would be in a better position to b7D 


subpoenaed and set out ‘pertinent leads, not only with rega j investi- \. 
gation but with regard to the investigation of the ee ee a 
advised that this procedure would be satisfactory but that the matter should a 
be discussed by him with WFO. - Soman Wane mines 


ba Me, a 
. - ‘Later. in the day on 9/1/71 Su ervisor | b 
advised that he concurred with thoughts and that.WEO, would. % 


set out leads in captioned matter regarding any logical investigation based — bo 

upon a review of the toll call records, Results of coverage of such leads will b/C 
be furnished to WFO and that-office wilk, thereafter coordinate these results and 
on eter. in yes er in ines case on the 


hehe 
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CS. ee 
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Memorandum for Mr. Brennan 
' Re:. MC LEK 


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Institute for Policy Studies, or, if appropriate, in both cases. WFO will 
undertake to coordinate this entire matter in accordance with the foregoing 
procedures, oo 

ACTION: 


The above is submitted for record purposes. 


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UNITED STATES G IRNMENT Ld 
Memorandum 


TO : DIRECTOR, FBI (100-447935) 9/23/71 


keg SAC, WFO (100-46784) 


SUBJECT: Onn FOR POLICY STUDIES 
1525 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 

IS-NEW LEFT 


ReBuairtel 7/9/71 authorizing WFO to rent a look- ; 
out at [T_T tor a period of b7D 
three months. We paid one half month's rent for July, and 


Since the lookout has been of assistance it is felt that it 
should be continued. Justification for same is being pre~ 
pared and will be submitted to the Bureau at an early date. 
In the interim we need authority to pay a full month's rent 
for October next; thus, authority is requested to pay $375 
for same XK (U) 


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OPTIONAL FORM NO. 10 Dale Glele-20lL 
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UNITED STATES G = NMENT 
Memorandum 


DIRECTOR, FBI (100-447935) DATE: 9/27/71 


SAC, ATLANTA (100-7852) (P) 


ae eee FOR SOUTHERN STUDIES 
WA IS - NEW LEFT 
/ 


Re Atlanta letter to the Bureau dated 7/29/71, 
with enclosed LHM captioned “INSTITUTE FOR SOUTHERN 
STUDIES SPONSORED DEMONSTRATION PLANNED AT STOCKHOLDERS 
MEETING, GULF OIL CORPORATION, ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 4/27/71, 
IS - MISCELLANEOUS".\) 


a on 9/24/71, that the Institute 
for Southern udies (ISS), which he described as an 
affiliate of the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), 
headquartered in Washington, D., C., is located at Five 
Forsyth Street, Atlanta, Ga, He advised that the ISS 
sponsored a demonstration in April, 1971, against the 

Gulf Oil Corporation, This source advised that since 

that date the ISS has not conducted any demonstrations 

or engaged in any other activities in the Atlanta area JA (U) 


Inasmuch as the ISS is not involved in any 
activities at the present time, an LHM is not being 
submitted, Investigation is continuing to ascertain the 
complete leadership and activity of ISS and its 
relationship with IPS. 


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ReWFOsummary teletype 9/21/71, 


Enclosed for the Bureau is one copy of a paperback; 
edition of the book, /'Washington Plans An Aggressive War," by 
RALPH*STAVINS, RICHARD J. * BARNET, and MARCUS. G.“ RASKIN, b- — 
‘published by Viritage Books; a “division of Random House, New 
York, August, 1971, copyright 1971, by the aforementioned 
authors, which was obtained by WFO on 9/21/71. 


. For information of Boston, Los Angeles and New York, 
the back cover page of this publication denotes the following: 


"This book is a view of what happened in the Vietnam 
war, why it happened, and what steps need to be taken to 
prevent it from happening again. 4 

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"Messrs, STAVINS, BARNET and RASKIN assert that the 
war was no accident; that it was not the result of incalculable 
errors but was rather the consequence of calculable plans and 
decisions to proceed with them, The authors have set out to 
discover the roots of the war and the means by which the 
leaders of our government decided to commit the population 
and resources of this country to the aggressive pursuit of 
predetermined foreign policy aims in Southeast Asia. To that 
end they have drawn not only on the now-famous 'Pentagon 
papers’ but also on other government documents from the State 
Department, the Defense Department, the White House and the 
intelligence community, and also from intensive interviews 
with more than three hundred of the men who made the war. 


o "Washington Plans an Aggressive War' is a revealing 
firsthand @budy that takes us well beyond what the Pentagon's 
analysts have written. Twenty months in preparation, this : 
study, and its soon-to-be-published companion volume, ‘Washington 
Wages an Aggressive War,’ provide not only an intensive view 
of the secret deliberations at the highest levels of government, | 
but offer an analysis of the motivation, psychology and 
designs of the warmakers themselves. In addition to a documented 
history of the planning of the war, this book contains an 
interpretation by RICHARD BARNET of the bureaucratic process ~ 
that led to the war. There is. also a series of proposals by 
MARCUS RASKIN to avoid such a catastrophe in the future through 
the restoration of Pepresentstive democracy and institutional 
checks on secret decision-making." 


The prefage of this bock set forth the following: 
% 

" *Washineton Plans an Aggressive War' is the result 
of an intensive study carried-on by members of the Institute — 
for Policy Studies over a twenty-month period. The findings 
have been the subject of continuous seminars at the Institute, 
which is building a collection of materials on the war. The 
study, however, is the responsibility of its authors and does 


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not necessarily reflect the views of the Institute, its 
trustees, or Fellows. Two of the authors of this volume, 
RICHARD J. BARNET and MARCUS G. RASKIN, have been students 

and critics of U.S. policy in Vietnam for a decade. Both 
witnessed the crucial escalation of the war in the Kennedy 
Administration while serving as officials in the Department 

of State and the White House. In early 1970, MARCUS RASKIN 
conceived the idea of a study which would attempt to explain 
how the Vietnam disaster happened by analyzing the planning 
of the war, A study team directed by RALPH STAVINS concentrated 
on finding out who did the actual planning which led to the 
decisions to bombard North Vietnam, to introduce over a half- 
million U.S. troops into South Vietnam, to defoliate and 
destroy vast areas of Indochina, and to create millions of 
refugees in the area. The purpose of the study was to under- 

_ stand how and why all this happened. We hoped to lay bare for 
the American people the operations of the national security 
bureaucracy so that the nation might take steps to ensure 

that the same political pressures, ideological delusions, and 
bureaucratic impulses do not push us into another catastrophic 
involvement in which the United States once more seeks to 
project its power by killing on a grand scale. Thus, while 
we believe the study makes a contribution to general under- 
standing of the operations of the U.S. national security 
structures, ouk primary interest is in the transformation of . 
those structures, 


"We approached the study with two explicit biases. 
The first was that the war was politically and morally wrong. 
from the outset. That bias was completely confirmed for us 
in the course of the study by mountains of documentary 
evidence, much of which has now been made public. It is a 
bias which, according to recent public opinion polls, a 
majority of the country now shares. The second bias was that 
the lawlessness of the nation-state constitutes the greatest. 


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threat to peace and human survival. The only hope of subjecting 
the state to law is to hold individuals who act for the state 
responsible for their acts. Thus the-establishment of personal 
responsibility of national security officials for what they 

do in the name of the American peopie is the key to any 

program of practical reconstruction. 


memento eet, « 


GEORGE \PTPKIN, and BRIAN. EDEN, conducted more than 300 inter- 
views in the course of the "Study. Those interviewed included 
many of the top presidential advisers to Presidents KENNEDY 
_and JOHNSON, generals and admirals, middle-level bureaucrats 
who occupied strategic positions in the national security 
bureaucracy, and officials, military and civilian, who carried 
out policy in the field in Vietnam, A number of informants 
backed up their oral statements with documents in their - 
possession, including informal minutes of meetings as well as 
portions of the official documentary record now known as ‘the 
Pentagon papers.’ Our information is drawn not only from 

the planning operations in the Department of Defense but also 
from the White House, the Department of State, and the Central 
Intelligence Agency. 


; “RALPH STAVINS, assisted by_ CANTA /PIAN, JOHN, ‘BERKOWITZ, Be 


| "The study is being published in two volumes. Volume 
II, which will appear in May 1972, contains detailed accounts 
of the planning management of the air war, the defoliation 

. program, the pacification program, and other military operat Tons. 
It also contains an analysis of the character of the national - 
security managers by MICHAEL /MACCOBY , am account of the 
bureaucratie command structure by “LEONARD /RODBERG, an account, 

_ of the resettlement program by, MILTON) ‘(KOTLER, a end a legal - 
analysis of eriminal responsibility by RICHARD) /FALK. Volume oe 
I is in three parts: The first, an historical: ‘essay by RALPH © 
STAVINS, is the story of how the war happened, The second, 
an analytical essay by RICHARD BARNET, is an explanation of 
why it happened, The third, an analysis of the erosion of 


Congressional power and a series of proposals by MARCUS RASKIN, 
is a program for demilitarizing the national security bureauc- 
racy and introducing legal standards of individual responsi- 
bility. The emphasis throughout has been on naming names, 

not to be vindictive but to emphasize a fundamental point: 

The war in Vietnam was the product of individual decisions 

of identifiable men, It was more than the work of a faceless 
‘system’ or inexorable bureaucratic process... Much less can it 
be ascribed to the collective puilt of the American people, 
less than one percent of whom mew the facts. Under the 
national security system as it now exists, even the people's 
representatives in the Congress appear powerless to oppose 

an Executive bent on making war abroad whenever he is prepared 
to mislead the public to gain support for the effort. 


"We believe, however, that the basic question raised 
by this horrendous chapter in our history is not deception. 
Had the Congress been fully informed or had the people been 
told the truth, the destruction of Vietnam under the circun- 
stances now on the record would still have been a crime. We 
are prepared to believe that many of the men who have persisted 
for more than a decade in destroying Indochina thought - at 
least when they started - that they were justified in what 
they were doing. But the judement by the American people of 
what the planners of the war did in their name must be based | 
not on the war managers’ own rationalizations but on their 
acts, The world cannot afford to countenance acts of mass 
destruction because the men who BNE ene orders claim to be 
sincere and upright men. 


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"The record establishes that the tes civilian 
leadership ‘of our country planned and carried out an ageressive 
war against a people who did not and could not hurt the United 
States, Under precedents established by the United States 
and imposed upon other countries, this pattern of conduct 
constitutes a war crime, Despite the frequent ineistence 


among those who have held positions in the national security 
bureaucracy that all talk of war crimes committed by high 
officials is a form of ‘witch hunt’ or ‘McCarthyism of the 
left,’ that diversionary tactic is a poor defense. The 
enactment and enforcement of laws against war crimes can hardly 
be construed as McCarthyism, We believe that those who have 
brought dishonor to the American people by planning and 
executing an aggressive war must be publicly identified and 
barred, at least for a decade, from holding positions of public 
trust. Only if the American people confront the crimes that 
have been committed in their name and those responsible for 
them will it be possible to make a break with a collective 

past that has scarred each one of us." 


Under acknowledgements, the authors expressed thanks 
to ERWIN/K KNOLL, fer his help in editing the final manuscript, 
CONNIE /AUSTIN, _LINDAYBARNES , NANCY; BEKAVAK, JANICE /CAROLL , 


Wy JAN’ “HACKMAN, CYNTHIA) KEEN, HILARY VMADDUK, TINA /SMITH, ‘LYNN, 
y / STRONG, ‘KATHY ; ‘TERZA, BETHANY, ‘WEIDNER, and those individuals 
interviewed” in “preparation “of this ‘volume; 


Acknowledgement is also made to Part II of this book, 
"The Men Who Made the War," by RICHARD J. BARNET, as being an 
adaptation from a forthcoming book soon to be published by 
Atheneum. , 


It is to be noted that those individuals cited in 
the preface and aclmowledpments sections of this publication 
as having participated in the study are known to WFO as being 
associated with the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) in 
Washington, D.C. so 


It is also noted that this publication is apparently 
identieal to the one referred to in the July 22, 1971, issue 
of “The New York Review of Books," therein entitled, 'The 
Seeret History of Kennedy's Private War,"' which was mentioned 
by MORTON H. * HALPERIN, . Senior Fellow, the Brookings Institute, 
during an “interview on ; 7/14/71 in captioned matter. Do 


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Defense is currently analyzing contents of enclosed book to 
determine if any information set out therein is identical 
with classified Government documents. 


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SERVICE AND PRESS CONFERENCE SPONSORED BY PEOPLE'S COALITION FOR 
PEACE AND JUSTICE (PCPJ), SUPPORTING PRISONERS OF ATTICA, 


NEW YORK, STATE PENITENTIARY, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, 

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institute were reported to the Bureau in referenced WFO tele- b7C 
type. It is also noted that the two page flyer incorpor 

enclosed LHM, and which comprised the central theme of 

speech at the meeting, is almost a verbatim he ter 

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directed to a prisoner at Lorton Reformatory by 
in referenced WFO letter and LHM. {{ 


' It was further announced that a follow-up meeting 
would be held at captioned institute on 10/5/71. 


Announcements made at the meeting concerning forthcoming 
demonstrations in WDC and throughout the U.S. being reported by 
separate communications under separate case captions ./{ 


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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


In Reply, Please Refer to Washington 5 D.C. 205 35 
File No. September 24, 1971 


INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
1520 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, N.W., 


WASHINGTON, D. C. 


The Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) has been 

characterized in an article by Edith Kermit Roosevelt appearing 

on page 22 of the September 24, 1967, edition of a former Wash- 
ington, D.C. (WDC) weekly “newspaper, "The Examiner." She stated 
in part that the IPS is a Washington-based "Think Factory" which 
helped train extremists who incite violence in United States (U.S.) 
cities and whose educational research serves as a cover for 
intrigue and political agitation. Through its conferences and 
seminars, the IPS asserts a continuing influence on the ideology 

and tactics of the New Left. U 


The IPS is self-described as a non-profit, non- 
taxable, independent center for research, edu- 
cation and social invention on public policy 
problems. ){ 


On September 21, 1971, a Special Agent of the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation (FBI) observed seventy-nine individuals 
enter the IPS at 1520 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W., WDC, at 
approximately 7:30 p.m., and depart same about 11:22 p.m.yh 


On September 22, 1971, a confidential source advised 
that approximately sixty individuals were present at IPS during 
the evening of September 21, 1971, the stated purpose of the 3 
meeting being to organize teach- -in demonstrations with regard i 
to prison conditions and to "create a National Prison Monitoring 
System". The source identified as the. 
principal speaker at the meeting and noted that resented 
a five year program on prison reform that should provide sufficient 
incentive to hold the movement Pogether for a five year period ye 


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INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES, 
1520 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, N.W., 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 


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Reference Memorandum dated and captioned as 
above. 


All sources (except any listed below) whose identities 
are concealed in referenced communication have furnished reliable 
information in the past. 


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of the FBI and is loaned to your agency; it and its contents are not to be distributed outside 
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INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES, 
1520 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, N.W., 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 
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that curren i DTC 


and is employed as 


On September 22, 1971, a second confidential source 
advised the meeting at IPS on September 21, 1971, held ina 
conference room on the second floor, commenced at approximately 
7:45 p.m., and was attended by persons interested in a recent 
prisoner rebellion at Attica, New York, State Penitentiary. 
According to the source, all those present were white with the 
exception of five Negroes, four males and one female. Various 
forthcoming demonstrations in WDC and throughout the U.S. were 
announced and the principal speaker, who monopolized eighty 
per cent of the discussion time, pointed to July, 1976, as the 
target date for achieving their goals. He stated that if their 
goals are not realized by that date, another tactic would be 
utilized which would "resemble a Bastille". He described their 
goals as destruction of the present system of government in the 
U.S., taking over of the government by the people, and replacing 
it with a socialist form of government . PX (U) 


The principa% speaker further stated the present 
form of civil disobedience started in 1965 and has achieved 
much for the movement; however, there has never been any successful 
planning and that extensive planning is needed in order to know 
"the character and form the revolution will take". He indicated 
that direct action is needed in regard to prisons and prisoners 
at the present time. He stated that now is the time to start 
an upheaval at the Lorton Reformatory (Lorton, Virginia), and 
advocated a policy of allowing prisoners to run their own prison & (U) 


The source related the meeting broke up into six workshop 
committees under the following headings: 


Lorton Reformatory and prison conditions in WDC. 
. Albany, New York demonstration. 

General future planning. 

Upcoming national demonstration. 


Group planning various demonstrations. 


Coordination group. mm (u) 


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The source indicated the workshop committees appeared 
extremely disorganized and centered mainly on items discussed in 


the earlier meeting Ne (U) 


A third confidential source furnished essentially the 
same information on September 22, 1971, pertaining to the meeting 
at IPS the previous evening. This source noted that several flyers 
were passed out announcing various upcoming demonstrations and 
furnished a two page flyer entitled "Possible Alternatives to 
Imprisonment - Possible Project_I: Abolition of Prisons," which be 
comprised the central theme of[ speech and is attached 
hereto. (U) DIC 


This document @aHicins fieithér 
gecorimeandations nor conclusions df 

the FSI. tt is the property of Sata 
the FBI and is Isauad to yout dgency; — 
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Possible Alternatives.tia Tsp rds 


Possil®e Proicet £ Abolition of P 
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What would be the impact of a national campaign built around the demand 
that by July 4, 1976, all the prisoners in all U, 5. prisons must be released 
and the prisons 2bolished? : : 


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"Reasons for under tak cing such a campaign: 


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inecinstesi ts, prisons sre terrible end cous be closed. They are prob~ 
ably.sccond oaly to war in inhumanity and as instrur sents of terror, 
- domination and exploitation. ee : a 
"2. Ending prisons would require the transformation of American society: the 
abolition of poverty and the ereation of participatory democracy and 
real community, at the least, For those who believe in the need for 
such a transf FORMAELOR, prisons might be an important arena or issue to 
raise. : 


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But fee tas always been true: why organize now for abolition? 


_ (a) Because in the last decada's gene:al social 
druzs, ete., etc.) more middle-class nen; 

to experience the personal disastrousness of 
prisons--for themselves or their friends--than hes been tree in 
@ very long tine, They have begun to see a bit of what the 
poor, Blacks, etc. have been going through = this time. Thus 
even liberals are unusually sensitive to this issue at this - . 
moment, thoush most of them would also be eee d--at first-- 
by an Abolish the Prisons campaign. 


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“() Because. the seme general sociar insurg ency hes helped politicize 
me people who have long been victims of prisons. Increasing nuxzbers 
.* Of prisoners and ex-prisoners now see their personal suffering as 
the result of a political reality, possibly subject to change 
‘political action, : en Pata tie 


“More Americans are now more awake to the possi ibility and desirability of 

_ % basic social transformation than for a long time, and therefore fewer 
Americans would be likely to be totally freaked out by an Abolish the 
" \% =Prisoas campaign that accepted and arene’. the necessity of basic trens- 


' formation. : 
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5. Thera are strong nonviolent, liberterian, decentralist, and coumunitarion 
threscs in the movement which havé so far hed no great leading issue eround 
which to arguc, create, invent, their own work. ERGCDE perhaps that can- 

Paigns for Black liberation in the early ‘60s and woscn's - ‘liberation now - 


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‘have’ “Hone this--tu, ach has built-in linits on ADP: icipacion.) O£ covrse 
‘ nonyfojent, etc. ony tos have worked against the war, against. the draft, 


for counter-communiti cs, ete.; but the war hes been the only great nations) 


“Zssue arcund Sitch raany meny local groups have been able to create their 
om politics, and on that issue nonviolent, libertarian, decentralist, and 
commmitarian thought hes been drovned out by Statist thought--whether 


CS ed 


‘Diberal or Marxist. A movement to Abolish Prisons would make anti-Statist 


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politics much more real aud definable 


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; “Abolish Prisens" vould be a way of raising issues of domestic racism, repres- 

: - Sion, and exploitation that have rarely been wel] raised in the last decade-~ 
only momentarily areund "Tree Bobby" or "Free the Chicago Conspiracy," and 
never in terms of our own knowledge that all priseners are political priscn- 
ers, he jczils are the domestic equivalent oz Vietnam--that is, the worst 
continuous example of domestic domination 2s Vietnam is of foreign imperial- 
ism, . ; ; ° a 

Blacks and poor whites are traditionally those most often jailed, "middle- 

class" radicals and counter-culture people are already being jailed aad can 
_expect to be more. Thus canpaigning to Abolish Prisons should ape possi- 
bilities of coalition, cross-class contact, ete., thac would be. net An” 
“Abolish Prisons" campaign would not be "for others" only, but for a who 
engage in it. Usually, good politics comes ovt of being for-yourself-end- 
others.) — j Aes ae ae : 


‘The campaign could ineivad’ a whole range of app sroaches a5 tactics committees 
to investisate local jails, legal suits arguing all imprisonment is crucl: 
and unusual punishment, mass demos outside jails, demands for universal aa- 
nesties from governors and the President, analysis of the nature and causes 

of "crime," experimental projects in decline with "eririnals" 
different non-compulsion ways, sit-downs from inside and outside the 
Walk-ins, etc. etc. Colleges could take on the job of closing the jas 
nearest then--etc, ae be 


The first Stunned fear we Media: meet from moet. people would have to be answer- 
ed by at least a beginning discussion of alternatives--both in terms of 
“What kind of society doesn't need jails?" and in terms of "What other weys 
‘could be used to deal with ‘crime'?" We would have five years, 'till 1976, 
-to create alternatives. i a 

Phobably, as with the “End the War Now" campaign that began in '66, “Abolish 
Prisons" would help create a series of waves. of lesser demands: jail reform, 

\ community control of cops, free “political” prisoners only, work-release, 


° 


conjugal visits, ete. etc. : ; ee 
oe os x , a, : 
Such a gampaign might help combat the increasing ® eepressicnt campaign by 
setting « further out "boundary on the left by which to measure. 
It would be very good for the movement to think, plan, and work on a 5-year 
time scale, ; Bi : 


DPTIONAL FORM NO. 10 
MAY 1962 EDITION 


a GSALRPMR | (4) CHR) 101-11.6, AG ae 
UNITED sti ERNMENT ~ = 


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,? DERECTOR, FBI (100-447935) DATE: 9/30/71 
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(i seac, SAN FRANCISCO (100-61761) (RUC) 


5010-108 -08 


SUBJECT: CG 


INSTITUTE FOR 

POLICY STUDIES 

1520 New Hampshire 
Avenue, N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 

IS - NEW LEFT 

00: Washington Field. 


Re Washington Field letter to Bureau, 7/20/71. 


Enclosed for the Bureau and Washington Field is 
one (1) copy of Dun and Bradstreet Boissjness Information 
Report regarding Roth Properties, In 


The enclosure indicates that“Rath th Properties, 
Inc. , isa personal holdin located in San 


In January, 1967, San Francisco conducted a 
pontion of a Special Presidential Inquiry investigation 


is “letter. cy 4 
identical to tpgevicued mentioned i .. letter. Q 
San Francisco has noted that Soule ‘be Special qs 
Presidential In file concerning shows investi- 
gation revealed wae a very wealthy and highly 


rcwere | Gmeroenenseg 
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(au (RM) (Enc. je ma ¥o OCT ¥ 1974 

ington Field MEOo> -46784) (RM) (Enc. 1) 


Ban Francisco 
ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 
HEREIN, 8 UNCL oe 


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NOTATIONS HEREIN ACCOUNT FOR ACCESS AV°-OR DELIVERY OF THIS DOCUMENT TO SENATE im 
SELECT COMMITTEE (SSC) AN3~ DR HOUSE SELEG” COMMITTEE (HSC) ON INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES. | 


Li Rf T NOTE: FORM IN WHICH ACCESS AND OR DELIVERY WAS MADE MAY BE DIFFERENT 
THAN AS REPRESENTED BY THIS 3 ICU MENT IN THAT CE IAIN EXGISIONS May FATE BEEN 
MADE. FOR ACCESS ~ DELIVERY FORM, SEE BUFILE .S) 62-116395 (SSC), 62-116464 (HSC). - 


sso WSS fa Metey IS 


ACC. epee = CATE ACC. emer - DATE 


DEte cc DATE ——— DEL ee Vw pate LY 


MISG..': - DOCU MENTS FURMISHZ 1° 9 SSC RE MARTIN LUTH_R KING,JR. WERE ALSO FURNISHED 
TO.ESTATE OF KING THROUGH TYE DEPT AS INDICATED BELOW FOR INSTANT DOCUMENT, DATE 


“DENOTING.DELIVERY TO DEPT. SEE BUFILE 100-106670. FOR. FORM IN WHICH: FURNISHED. 


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67 Ih . CD 52 FEB 20 {970 
ROTH PROPERTIES, INC. PERSONAL HOLGING 1954 NY 
COMPANY _ ee 
‘215 MARKET ST a . 
(MATSON BLDG) se: \ 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIF. 94105 “ _ SUMMARY i, os ; \ 
TEL 415 986-6692 vn | . Zz 
oe PAYMENTS UNDETERMINED b6 
RECORD INCOMPLETE 
PAYMENTS Binns reported that most purchases are for cash. Names of any 


suppliers were withheld. 
FINANCE On Feb 20 [es declined financial information 
on_ subject concern. revious i? was reported that ali stock is owned 
: Other details were unabie to be gathered at 
s time. a ; 


BANKING Banking. comment currently unavaflable. 


HISTORY 


Thts ts a Callfornta corporation, Incorporated June 21 1954 with 
authorized capital of $25,000 consisting of 2,500 shares at $i0 par common. 
Permit to {ssue stock was granted July 27 1954 and to date paid in capital 
ts $4,448 for 448 shares which are distributed in undisciosed proportions 


amor 


Ghiradell1 Square Inc. ; 
$ a long time employee of Roth Properties tne and appears as 


Ghiradelfli Square Inc. 
hiradell}. Square Inc, 


Subject conporetion | 
and are reported to have substantial net worth. Detaiied 


antecedents ,nowever, was unavailable at this date. 
RELATED CONCERN: a ns 
GAfradei{t Square Inc., 900 No Polnt Street, San Francisco. This is 
the former home of the Ghirarde|!! Chocolate Co and the Square is an 
Investment of Roth Properties (Jnc). There are 66 tenants in the building . 
Including a radio station, several restaurants, and a number of specialty 
shops. Callfornia corporation chartered July 25 !968, authorized capital 
$3.0_mi at $3100 par value. 
A A Luck Mining Co., also known as Boston Hil] 
Mine, this address, reportedly ts a subsidiary of subject corporation. 
This company was started in 1958 and operates as a producer of magni ferrous 
Iron ore, most of which Is sold to Colorado Fuel & Iron Co., tae., Siiver 
City, New Mexico. Extent of .Inter-company loans, quarantees or endorsements, 


If any, not determined. 
(CONT TINUED ) 


THES REPORT MAY NOT BE REP 


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ROTH .PROPERFIES-; INC. FEB 20 1970 
SAN FRANCISCO CALIF . PAGE 2 


OPERATION Operates as servic y for management of Investments and holdings  b6 
Principal holdings managed are personal ewe @ 
omes, the. title es .of this Peninsula known as the Sifole Estates 


and the Luck Minetn Silver City, New Mexico. Empfoys 15 eres the 
officers. tQCATION: Rents office space in muiti story building located 
In dowstown district. Premises are orderly. 

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! eA a PR SPERTIES bc PERSONAL HOLDING NQ 
sa" COMPANY 

215 ARKET ST . : 

SAN FRANCISCO C 94165 an a ea 

TeL 415 3 : 


PAYMENTS Namss of supplisrs withnsld. 


CHANGES On Jen 14 197] 


have Taksn placs or 
2 oa ¢ 
h23 V4KSN This pos.7.on. Tecedsiis. are avai 
Al] otnsr information, including infeormmstion on reiarsd concern 
declinsd as per corporats pelicy. 
BANKING Balances avsrage low five and moderate four. Sank reports relations 
ars satisfactory. 
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THIS REPORT MAY NOY BE REPRODUCED IN bus OR IN PART IN ANY FORM OR MANNER WHATEVER. 


tt is fur ty CUM & ARALDSTS oye wn STRICT COPEL CENCE 


fescnphoa ee, eamernt for your exclusive ule os a Sosis for credit, insuronce, marketing 
sericueness of this warning. Acoriie DUN & 
report und sna nor be lacie ror any tots of 
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To DIRECTOR, FBI (100-447935) = pare: 10/7/71 Bes 
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sugject: “INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES iis 
1520 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W., : 
Washington, D.C. Ss 
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w Re WFO airtel and LHM, 9/24/71, captioned as above. (4 a 
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Enclosed for the Bureau are six copies of an LHM, Ee 
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relating to the role taken by captioned organization in 
radical politics, \ 


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who furnished the information to SA” ‘ 
on 9/29/71.U, 7 


It is noted that the three page attachment to 
enclosed LHM, entitled ''Proposed Basic_Strat f IPS Prison 
Project", is apparently a follow-up to 


proposal for the abolition of prisons, as reported in referenced. 
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UMPORT. T NOTE: FORM IN WHIGH Access AND ZOR DELIVERY WAS MADE MAY BE DIFFERENT 
THAN AS REPRESENTED BY THIS 29CU MENT IN THAT CE<:AiN EXCISIONS MAY KA £& BEEN 
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* To Es ESTATE G* KING FHROUGH THE DEPT. AS INDICATED BELOW FOR INSTANT DOCUMENT, DATE 
DENOTING QELIVERY TO Dari. SEE BUFILE 160:106670 FOR FORM IN WHICH FURNISHED 
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF a, 


FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


ie Rv. Pigue Rohe w Washington, D.C. 20535 see 


File No. 


Attachment 1 


October 7, 1971 


INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
1520 New Hampshire Avenue, Northwest 


Washington, D.C. 


‘The Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) has been 
characterized in an article by Edith Kermit Roosevelt appearing 
on page twenty-two of the September 24, 1967, edition of a 
former Washington, D.C. (WDC) weekly newspaper, "The Examiner", 
She stated in part that the IPS is a Washington-based "Think 
Factory"! which helped train extremists who incite violence 
in United States cities and whose educational research serves 
as a cover for intrigue and political agitation, Through its 
conferences and seminars, the IPS asserts a continuing - 
influence on the ideology and tactics of the New Left, 


The IPS is self-described as a non-profit, 

non-taxable, independent center for 
research, education and social invention 
on ube policy problems, 


On September 29, 1971, a confidential source, who . 
has furnished reliable information in the past, related the ' 


following interpretive information on the role taken by IPS 
in radical politics: 


The popular impression: of IPS as the "think tank" 
of radical United States politics is justified, It has 
taken and continues to take a major role in the anti-war 
movement and calls for disarmament, While IPS people see 
themselves as leaders of radical thought, they appear to be | - 
leaders without a-popular constituency, Radicals, liberals | 


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b7C 


et al will attend a meeting convened by IPS, but then quickly 
realize that the meeting is rigidly controlled by IPS 
personnel and that IPS ideas are not to be rejected. It 

would appear that. the entire IPS apparatu@njoys the position 
of radical leadership, but the academic direction taken by. 

its personnel will always isolate them from popular support. 
The IPS is very conscious of its lacking in staff personnel 
who are prepared to follow through on projects, and it appears 
to be an organization of ''all chiefs and no Indians". 


The source has made a number of contacts with 
persons connected with IPS during the preceding three month 
period, and from conversations with these contacts gained 
the impression that the Institute no longer can maintain the 
image of being a liberal front because too many congressmen 
are aware of its radical status. However, precautions are 
taken to negate public identification with radical movements 
and activities that:xcould result in the loss of the organization’ 
tax exempt status, The source learned that a number of 
Foundations and Institutions are sources of funds for the IPS, 
and one of the major financial donors is reportedly "the largest 
stockholder of Xerox''. The source also determined that the 
IPS has no staff policies, with hiring done on the basis of 
“who you know! and whether or not existing employees are 

"comfortable" working with a new person, There are no regular 
work hours, but the Institute closes for business promptly 
at 5:30 p.m. each day and is not open on Saturdays or Sundays. 
It has been indicated to the source that "subsistence" wages 
are paid to staff personnel, but the life styles of some 
Fellows of the Institute would appear to support the thought 
that their salaries are at least comparable with the academic 
community. 


Concerning current projects and activities of the 
IPS and its staff Pee sonneh the source made the following 
observations: 


f 


Richard Jackson Barnet a 
head that segment of che organization's 
activities designed to divert government spending from bIC 


military to social needs, with such endeavors being coordinated 


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INSTITUTE FOR POLICY ST 9 


with United States Senator William Proxmire and Representative 
Robert W. Kastenmeier, both of Wisconsin. 


The Federal Employees for Peace (FEP), an anti-war 
group comprised of United States Government employees 


headquartered i ears to have close contacts with . 
the IPS throu the aforementioned ~ 
and utilizes office space and Xerox 


equipment of the Institute, 


The IPS is, or has been, associated with the 
activities of the New Party, self-described as having been 
formed to provide a radical alternative to the existing 
political system; the Washington Statehood Party, a political- 
activist group aimed at achieving statehood for WDC; the 
People's Law Institute, a group organized to provide legal 
‘assistance to radical movements; the (Charles) Evers for | 
Governor of Mississippi Campaign; and the collective/commune 
movement, 


y 
In that regard, he makes tapes for radio broadcast purposes 
espousing the thought of linking right and left wing pols tice? 
groups for political action, 


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are presently involved 


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in an IPS campaign to "abolish prisons". 


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A copy of a memorandum entitled ''Proposed Basic 
Strategy of IPS Prison Project", authored by Joann Malone 
_and Arthur Waskow, was obtained by the source and is 
attached hereto. . 


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Proposed Basic Strategy of oe ae Prison Project 


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“UL. Qreation of 2 working groups--1 in D. os 2 “national--joining prisoner 
and non-prisoner groups. ae 


: 2. Gnsation of educational packet/campaign + on ee of pEssens and on 
er inadequacy, of "reform." 


Ss Creation of educational packet ne on rlatteriativest and apolition. 


4. Study of political functions of prisons and toracks" or "contradictions" 
: causing present and possible growing ase Ne leading to agreement 


on_an Spgs 20g strategy. 


*5. Continuous reexamination of the isthodoveay of eneating a peaeane plan". 
ia... Does this work? How? Problems? In effect, self-study of the project 
ae itself as a social invention. Bike ys 


rons zetio0 Needs 


: 1) Political analysis: What are the political functions of PEASONS in 
nee present U.S. society? Ca . 


nee aare. 2) Psycho- -political inensvandings what are the roots ‘of the austen 
/ * “What's the alternative?" What does the public think a prison is, should 
- be? What are the fears, triumphs, etc., experienced by non-prisoners as 
' they contemplate prisons and the end of prisons? Are the stakes different 
-among different classes, sexes, ages, ethno, regions? How do we get at this? 
~-~Maccoby-style psycho-survey? Other means? eg 


3) Understanding ,of the situation among prisoners, ex-prisoners, “pre- | 
prisoners". Change in consciousness? Increased organization efforts? his? 
fear of prisons in certain parts of population? Etc. How do we get at this? | 
ait seems essential to have Strong, ties with people who have percent experience 


Crucial issue: What dose "prison" mean to non- prisoners and prisoners? 
Are there irreducible minima for each--one desirable minimum, one hated 
minimum? Do these minima coincide, overlap, diverge? E.G., if "prison" to 
outsiders meant "Nobody I want to keep in can leave, and that's fine," and 
to insiders means “Nobody I want to invite can come, and that's terrible," 
the two would not-necessarily describe apeompat bre desires. 


4) Why a prison campaign now? (Analysis of present mood, structure and 
‘interests of social- change insurgents in U.S. society.) What kind of movement 
now exists? 


— 


What effects would a prison- Laponicion campaign have on reform efforts? 
On repression efforts? (Inside and outside persons: ) . 


The = Reality: 


~ Vivid direct reports. ea aS — Ph 


oS he ease EE 
“Statistics: class origins of prisoners, guards, recidivism. | mt 


ee oS Sie ed et Dente Bed tes ae Saar ce ates A Rm ee Se we eee aa Re we Sg oe cata, nied 
s i e 4 : ~ art tiaes * 7 : 


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-power-structure analysis of pfison authorities: class: and institutional 
_batkgrounds , trajectories, process oF appointments , political . HQNSUVED IHG >: 


etc... A is p * ew se Ge keel est 


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Examination of “prison: reform" 


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~ Regulations on parole, internal government and behavior, etc. 


Critique of "rehabilitation" model and sindiar reforms ee on | AFSC, 
Mitford, Similar studies). so ies Teel pO ade Sg 

Examination ‘of proposals for "radical reform"--collective bargaining, 
prisoner participation in governing prisons, Bill of Rights, political amnesty, 
ending of incarceration before trial and discretion, outside limit of 10 cumu- 


lative years that anyone could remain in prison during a lifetime. 


‘The "Alternatives" 


Reports on situation in Scandinavia, Holland, Esraels cuba, ‘china, Yugo 


Slavia, Tanzania. 


a Hastorscal reports: Australia, Georgia, eiiveidet Catalonia, others? 


“Anthropological reports: other sanctions ‘against tigangerous" deviance" 


ares What did.the Ibos and eres do about thieves and murderers? 


» | Utopian" literature, proposals, projects. 


What would be the means of dealing with "dangerous deviants" and with 
the old ruling class if there were a radical transformation of American society? 
i.e., What would we do after the revolution? What would be the political 
functions of "no prisons," the political effect of abolishing them? 
2 oe 
bay 


‘Project's goals: 28s oy ue ao ee ee ES 


at . 


1) Bibliography and packet of pamphlets, fact en tapes, films, etc. 


on "alternatives": the Debs-Goldman Library. 


2) A strategy of answering the question? Perhaps a ae ere 


—- &. No alternative at all is better than Presche situation (both 
for prisoners and non- prisoners). 
: -b. Real.alternative is transformation of society. 

c. In the meantime, creation of alternatives during’ ea cae for 
abolition: possible models? ; 


« 


-3) Creation of ongoing research/action groups. 

. A) Developing better channels for using this information and peleeing 
prisoner organizing to "outsider" anti-prison. organizing....new “learn-ins," 
central-newsletter, collectives working on prison contact???? 


5) Creation of a national group whose main ecust: is a prison abolition 


"movement. : ; ; eG Se, 


The Uses of a "5-year Plant a Loree 


Problems and opportunities in foeusing a study/action/social invention 


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k of local groups; _ Relation between 
necessary revisions in Plan, unfreezing it in light of 
S? How analyze impacts of 


elections, uprisings, inflations, 
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"There will be no means of detecting when that last 
ull only know when they start Shooting you." 


George L, Jackson 


| Void where prohibited, 


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the. FBI and is loaned to your agency; 
it and its contents are net to be: 
distributed outside your agency. 


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TiepmeRT ier RCENCINS* 
DIRECTOR, FBI (100-447935)  SPPRORRIA 


AND PIETDNQEFICES 
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NSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES (1, 
1520 NEW HAMPSHIRE ‘AVENUE, N.W. a 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 


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<> IS - NEW LEFT 
ge (00: WFO) 
RRP 
x Rs Re Bureau airtel, 7/9/71, belek WFO to expend 
@ wl, $375 per month for 90 days for the rental of an observation 
: | “post on the Institute For Policy Studies (ips) (U) 

. 
Ny It is to be noted that, although lookout facilities 
x f were secured immediately upon receipt of authorization, 


_Operation of same was not effected until 7/21/71 due to A ee 
necessity of installing technical equipment BY (U) 


= - During the period 7/21/71 - 9/17/71, personnel \ 
a manning this lookout have observed approximately 45 individuals / 
who apparently comprise the daily working staff at captioned 


aN 


Rn institute, 12 of whom listed below are included on the Security 
=a Index or Reserve Index at WFO: Be 
USS (Bufile 100-488040; WFOfile = b7C 
x N 100-45298), SI subject, Priority I. 
uy 4 
sc - RICHARD J. BARNET (Bufil (U) 
wa .100- 45302), SI Subject, Priority I. 
O3s\ oN ICE RM TR TE DP Pee ay ae a as a 
man ie 2; Bureau ass 2. i ve ae 
Ne % 1- WFO Pose 
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JAV: ss CLASS 2 UEP. BY 
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Approved: 


Special Agent in Charge 


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Ww U. S, GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1971 ~413~-135 


WEO 100-46784 yy Be koe et OP Ede 
| ee Py re se 
SI subject, Priority I. 23 <3 7 Kae S58 aS 
e Cpe tite 100-458389; WFOFiLe 100- 50900), -. 
SI subject, Priority . - oe 
a 100- 4412453 WFOFiLe 
i 157- 2136), SI subject, Priority I ser hgee «a 


(Bufile 100- 459650; WFOfile 100- 52058), 
Reserve Index subject, Section A. 


(Bufile: 100- 462787; WFOfile 100- 52498), 
‘SI: ‘subject, Priority III. . #8 
(Bufile 100-337908; “WFOFile oly (U) 
— 100- 16976), SI subject, Priority III. leo we 
a WFOfile 
-  -100-45265 eserve Index Subject, Section. . 
| | ae ale 
- 157-1181), SI subject, Priority I, and \ 
(Bufile 157- 170775: WFOFile ee ) ~ 


(Bufile 100- 444771; WFOfile 
100-46131), Reserve Index subject, Section Be. 


(Bufile 100- 456994 5 ‘WFOfile 
100-50254), SI subject, Priority III. 


_____A new employee -<¢——— : 
ee was Identified through Lookout“ 
coverage and subsequent check of Michigan t of Mote: 


Vehicle records, WFO indices negative re and lead is 
outstanding for Detroit to develop background data, Wi 


WFO Tops na78 


paving this game. period, 46 leads ‘have. ore set out 

for other field offices.to identify individuals observed | wy 
frequenting IPS and/or the registered owners of vehicles noted 
to be utilized by these visitors. These are in addition to: _ 
68 such leads handled by WFO and, upon receipt of pertinent. 


igation deemed’ advisable. 


background and identifying data, this information is being ' ~ 
jk uy. 


reviewed for any Subsequent investi 


_ of whom Gems cerry: in the EASTCON-tnvestigation, was 
identified through lookout photographic coverage as a visitor : 
to IPS on 8/10/71. WFO Key Activist 
(Bufile 100-443916; WFOfile 100-4717 
EOversae’ esis this lookout on 8/9/71. (U) 


“Information previously furnished’ to WFO fctcmained- 
that a twelve session class, “Anarchism and Marxism", sponsored — 
by the W. E. B. DuBois School of Marxist Studies (Bufile | 
100- 463084; WFOfile 100-52857). would be held at captioned 
institute on Wednesday evenings, commencing 7/14/71, has been 
corroborated by lookout coverage. Identification of participants 
in this, class is being referred to substantive case files’ at. 
WFO. (U) 


; As the Bur au is awar nv gation in the MC LEK 
case Mic WFOFil -has developed informa- . 


tion indicative that individuals associated with captioned. 
organization may have been in possession of the classified — 
"Pentagon Papers" or "McNamara Study" prior to publication of | 
same. by the "New York Times" newspaper. Boston telet 


bo 
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WFO 100-46784 


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t is interesting to DIC 


note that a photograph of obtained upon his departure © 


from IPS on ae oe lookout a him Oe bu 


Coverage through lookout: facilities was ‘also afforded - 
a meeting held at IPS during the evening of 9/21/71.in support 
of the prisoners of Attica, New York State Penitentiary. 
Seventy-nine persons were noted to be in attendance at this 
meeting, details ,of which are being reported under. ‘Separate 
communication. pe (U) , 


In view of expanded invest eatton of captioned 
institute as pertains to MC LEK case and anticipated correlation 
of data obtained through lookout coverage with that developed 
from subpoenaed telephone toll records of IPS, it is recommended — 
that Bureau authority be granted for WFO to continue Lookout 
coverage - on IPS at an. expenditure of $375 per ea (U) 


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BESLASSIPICATION AUTHOSTiY GeRiveD Face cote 
i AUTIIAT IO Of Lassie l Al ICN CULE 
PATE Ole eur 20LL 
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10/1/71 


Airtel 1-Mr. W. C. Sullivan 
1- Mr. EF. S. Miller 
1- hackelford b6 
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To: SAC, WFO (100-46784) . 
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: From: DireRfory FBI (100-447935) ty, RE 
ase INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES (IPS) 4 


re 1520 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, N.W. 
WASHINGTON, D. C, ; | 
IS - NEW LEFT 


Reurlet and airtel 9/23/71 and 9/24/71, respectivels 
. —-bOth- captioned as above. 


Bureau authority is granted for WFO - ‘to expend 
- $375 per month for the period 10/1/71 through 12/31/71 for 
. the. rental of an observation post on captioned facility. 
Two wecks prior to the expiration of this authority, submit. 
> your recommendation regarding the continuation of this lookoiit 
coverage, including information Showing tangible results. LK (0) 


“Continue to use utmost discretion in the omptoynenf, 
of this lookout and take no action which will result in 
" embarrassment. to the Bureau. Bx. (u)y” _ 


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concen pierre FOR POLICY STUDIES (IPS) 
1520 NEW HAMPSHIRE A AVENUE, NW. 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 

INTERNAL SECURITY ~ NEW LEFT 


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PURPOSE: 
To request authority for WFO to continue expenditure 
of $375 per month for the period 10/1/71 through 12/31/71 (U) 
for the rental of space for an observation post on the IPS. axe 
BACKGROUND: 
Memorandum dated 7/8/71, captioned as above, noted 
that IPS has been characterized as the "Think Factory" of 
Be the New Left which helps train extremists who incite violence 
HIC and whose educational research serves as a cover for intrigue 


and political agitation. In January, 1971, the Director 
approved an expansion of this investigation beyond contacts 
with established sources. uy) 


In memorandum 7/8/71, authority was requested and ot 
the Director approved that WFO expend $375 per month for a e. 
90- ae period for rental of space for an observation post on 
IPS. 72P rincipal IPS members are subjects of security investi- 
gations and past activities of these individuals have included 
contact with known Soviet bloc intelligence agentssi.research 

on security procedures used by American industries, travel to 
North Vietnam and conferences with North Vietnamese officials, 
and support of disruptive demonstrations. IPS officials are 
reportedly part of a research network to_Paris and North he 


Vietnam according to statements made by{__——~wd'saan -b/C (U) 
organizer of recent militant demonstrations in Washington, D. C. 


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Memorandum to Mr. E. S. Miller 

Re: Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) 
1520 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W. 
Washington, D. C. 


Several Bureau fugitives, two of whom were involved 
in a bank robbery and a third, a known Weatherman, under 
indictment for violation of Antiriot Laws, had IPS contacts. U 


Investigation has also revealed IPS may have had 
access to a classified U.S. Department of Defense study of 
U.S. involvement in Vietnam, publicly alleged to have been’ 
made available to the news media by Daniel Ellsberg. (\ 


OBSERVATIONS: 


During the period 7/21/71 to 9/7/71 while operating 
this lookout, WFO has observed approximately 45 individuals 
who apparently comprise the daily work staff of IPS, 12 of whom 
are subjects of prior Bureau investigations. An individual 
who is a suspect in the EASTCON investigation was observed 
visiting IPS as was another individual. who is a suspect in the 
MC LEK investigation (U) 


WFO paid one-half month's rent for July and a full 
month's rent for August and September. X (U) 


RECOMMENDATION: 
That attached airtel be sent to WFO authorizing 


expenditure of $375 per month for rental of lookout space 
on-IPS for the period 10/1/71 to 12/31/71,K— (u) 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


In Reply, Please Refer to Washington, D. C. 20535 
File No. . October 29 , 1971 


INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
1520 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, N.W. 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 


The Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) has been 
characterized in an article by Edith KermitYRoosevelt appearing 
on page 22 of the September 24, 1967, edit¥on of a former 
Washington, D. C. (WDC), weekly newspaper, "The Examiner." 

She stated in part that the IPS is a Washington-based "Think 
Factory" which helped train extremists who incite violence 

in United States cities and whose educational research serves 
as a cover for intrigue and political agitation. Through its 
conferences and seminars, the IPS asserts a continuing influ- 
ence on the ideology and tactics of the New Left. 


The IPS is self-described as a non-profit, 
‘non-taxable, independent center for research, 
education and social invention on public 


policy problems. . 
See BBE Cr” ARGan 17? cea 


On October 13, 1971, a confidential source, who has b7] 
EB 5 2 orma 0 Da 1-H ded ODYV_O 


\FPROPRIATE AGENCIES ~ 
TELD OFFICES [My 

POte SAOA SY 

ENCLOSURE 


INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 


This document contains neither 
recommendations nor conclusions of 
the FBI. It is the property of 

the FBI and is loaned to your agency: 
it and its contents are not to be 
distributed outside your agency. 


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From: Legal Attache, Ottawa 


Title Character 


PRAXIS CORPORATION ePr 
TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA Reference 
WFO letter to Bureau 


dated 7/22/71 


Enclosed are the following communications received from the, ¢ 
Original and two copies of | | letter dated 9/20/71, --. “*-*/ b7I 


tegether with one copy of attachment thereto 
Remarks: (U) 


APPROPRIATE AGENCIES “p, 
AND FIELD OFFICES 
Cleese’ hy | ADVISED BY 1B RE 

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22 REASON-FCIM II, 1-2,4.5 2,3 
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Following offices would be interested in receiving copies of enclosures: 


Status with this office: 


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Is - NEW LEFT Exempritont Ge, Vad Seed 
(Bufile 100-447935) Date of Declassbiondi: —— 
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SUBJECT: INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES(IPS) 
1520 NEW HAMPSHIRE AV:NUE, N.wW. 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 

Is - SUBVERSIVE 
(OO0:WFO) 


ReWFO let to Bureau 7/20/71; and interoffice lets - 
from WFO to LosAngeles 8/16, 10/6 and 10/6/71; and LA lets 
to WFO 9/7 and 10/20/71; and Sacramento let to WFO and LA 
dated 10/19/71. 


Indices of the LA division contain no information 
identifiable with the Leonard Sperry Research Center Fund , 
9198 Cordell Drive, Los Angeles. In 
Bradstreet, Los Angeles 8/5/71,by Ic 
revealed no information identifiable with this organization, 


For the information of the Bureau and WFO there are 
enclosed one copy each of a five page Dun and Bradstreet (D&B) 
Analytical Report covering the Janss Corporation (subsidiary 
of Janss Investment Corporation, Thousand a 
and the Los Robles Greens, of the same addres 

. As pence on page three 
of the D&B report the total assets of this corporation varied 
between 3, million and 29 million dollars during the period 
from December 31, 1965 to September 1, 1967. 


i the LA division contain numerous references 
OF Eee of Santa Barbara, California, most of which 
information has been previously furnished the Bureau. A sum- 
mary of this availabe information will be forwarded direct 


to WFO under separate\cover shortly. ’ 
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04-523-8862 A AD 53 MAR 16 1971 

JANSS CORPORATION INVESTMENT 1962 NQ 
(Subsidiary of Janss HOLDING 
Investment Corporation, COMPANY a ee 
Thousand Oaks, Calif.) ; ae 

LOS ROBLES GREENS : Oe Sey a 

SUMMARY ca ic 

100-104 THOUSAND OAKS BLVD - b6 
THOUSAND OAKS CALIF 91360 PAYMENTS PPT 


TEL 805 495-2131 EMPLOYS 100 ~- D/C 


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PLYMENTS Due to the nature of this business, purchases are from a very few sources 
and in moderate amounts ordinarily. The following responses were 
4 received in a trade survey completed Feb 17 197: 


HC OWE P DUE TERMS - FEB 17 1971 SOLD 
2000 Ppt ’ 

500 8 10 EOM Pot 

250 ” 


HIGHLIGHTS This company is a subsidiary of a family-controlled parent organization 
which began’ in the real estate investment field in the 19th Century. On 
a consolidated basIs, the organization is one of the larger of its types” 
in this area, and has been associated with some prominent development 


Eva 
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tial secured and unsecured bank credit and has made active*tse7S 
facility. The parent company has not, however, released details finan- 
cial statements preciuding a close analysis of the consolidated position. 


Le hed 


The last financlal statement released by the subject was dated Sept | 1967 

at which time its net worth was $4,323,000. Its principal assets comprised 
rental and operating properties, land and work in process, carried at 

cost; highly conservative relative to present-day vatuations. Liabilities 

consisted mainly: of loans, both secured and unsecured. 


The: -financlal data furnished by the company was during’ an interview: 
with om Mar’ {3 1969 when he estimated that the company's annual 
revenues approximated $5,000, he net worth of this corporétion 
approximated $5 million also. also indicated that business-was’. 
conducted-on. a profitable basfS and maintaining a sound financial -condition. 


in Aug 1969, the parent company redeemed approximately 40% of its cet~ ° 
standing capital stock which was held by Janss Foundation, Cuncurrenttly, 
Janss Corporation paid a substantial dividend to the parent company in’. 
the form of land holdings, As a consequence of these transactions, 
the Janss Corporation has-existed primarily to hotd titte to rental 
properties situated in the Cenejo Vatiey and Thousand Oaks area principally. 
It is atso a general partner in a partnership formed In’Aug 1969 under the 
name, Janss Development Co, The other partner iis J, F. investment Corp., 
a wholly owned subsidiary of Janss Foundation Trust, The partnership + 
owns acreage in the Thousand Qaks area, scheduled forsale to developers. 
Payment of ‘the substantial dividend referred to in Aug 1969 by Janss ~* 
(CONTINUED) _ . 
THIS REPORT MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED IN WHOLE oR IN PART IN ANY FORM OR MANNER WHATEVER, 


WUC Ao8 vader vour subscription agreement for your exclusive use as a basis for credit, inwuranges meint "2 
anos neie or" brotection ~ your attorney will confirm the seriousness of this wormng Anorew LOE © 
ZOTREET. IMC, does not quarantee the correctness of this report and shall not be hate for 


nabout the accuracy of informatise CIM & BFA cere 
of said co i i i i a fOUES 
seid company and/or its agents in procuring, collecting or communicating any infermation. epee 


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HISTORY Incorporated: Delaware, June 14 1962. 
Ae eae Authorized Capttal Stock: 5,000,000 shares, par value $1 per share common. 


Outstanding Capita! Stock: 3,016,671! shares, of which 2,828,329 shares held by Janss 
Investment Corporation, 128,342 shares owned by Las Posas Corporation. ; 


This corporation was organized by the Janss Investment Corporation which transferred 
some of Its.assets to this newly organized subsidiary in exchange for capital stock. 


Headquarters of this business were formerly maintained at | West Thousand Oaks Boulevard, 
before that were at. 10889 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles. 


A subsidiary, James Hawaii Corporation, was dissolved in 1965. 


Feb 29 1968, company sold for cash and notes, facilities it owned and operates at 
Sun ‘Vailey, tdaho, to Sun Valiey epee Inc., a corporation 
a Selling price has not been released. ; 


Effective Apr } outstanding capital stock of Janss Realty Company be 
was acquired by at that time an official of Janss Corporation. oe 
OPERATION This is one of three subsidiaries of Janss Investment Corporation, Thousand 

; Oaks, which owns 95% of Its outstanding capital stock. The parent company 
is a Delaware corporation formed Dec 18 1928, and has large real estate and security 
Investments. The inter-company relations between parent and subsidiaries include 


foans and advances, and at times inter-company guarantees of debts by. the parent. 
No general guarantees or endorsements have been reported. 


“Furie Honr—An—tavestment bolding company primarily holding title to rental properties 


situated in the Thousand Oaks area dnd Coneje-Yallay sections of Ventura County, 
California, primarily. Is also a general partner in Janss Deveiopmeni~campenyewhich 


holds title to acreage In the same area. 
A small contribution to total revenue {s derived from the conduct of a public golf 
course at Thousand Oaks, operated under the trade style, Los Robles Greens, and a 
bowling establishment. ; me moe 


Empldyees: 100. 


Facilities: Occupies space in a building situated in a commercial! district owned 
by an affiliate, where the property Is in excellent condition. 


SUBSIDIARIES Subject has one subsidiary, Janss Potrero Corporation. It is wholly 
_ owned. The subsidiary is a California corporation chartered Nov 12 1962, 
has headquarters at this address. [+ was formerly engaged in real estate development 
but is now inactive. There have been no inter-company relations between parent and 
Subsidiary such as mercantile transactions, inter-company loans, guarantees or endorse- 
ments reported, nor has a financial statementon the subsidiary been ea 

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THOUSAND OAKS CALIF. - 9-16-70 


SUPPLEMENTAL DATA The last statement released by this company was dated Sept | !967 : 
and consolidated subsidiary accounts. Statement was not audited : Pek 
but was prepared by company staff. {t is summarized as follows: : 


Sept | 1967 
Total Assets ; ‘$ 29,802,000 
Long Term Liabilities 14,093 ,000 
Common Stock 3,607 ,000 
Capita! Surplus 2,083 ,000 
Deficit Earned Surplus ? 1,367,000 


-The principal assets comprised land and work in process carried at $8,263,000 and 
investments carried. at $16,158,000. -Land and work in progress comprised raw land, 
land ‘in process of development, and subdivided lots carried at $5,554,000 and the 
remainder improvements in process. ; ; 


_Investments comprised investments in partnerships and joint ventures of $1,192,000; 
investment in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corporation stock at cost, $2,184,000; investment 

in rental and operating property carried at $12,782,000 and stated at cost investment 
in the properties below market value. Rental properties and operating properties are 
shown after depreciation. Rental properties included some 50 acres under lease to 
others at Canejo. Operating. properties included Sun Valley, Idaho, resort; Los Robles 
Greens, a golf course at Thousand Oaks; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer stock was taken in connec- 
tion with the transaction Involving sale of acreage to MGM in Aug 1967. 


Under the liabilities, notes payable of $6,481,000 represent demand obligations owing 


S Seon PE ee, 


Other Ilabilities of $505,000 represent -uepostto~end-advances. 0) 


Long Term Debt: At Sept | 1967, the long term liabilities tn the amount of $11,093,000 
comprised the following: ” . 


tl) Notes payable rental and operating properties $7,848,000, secured by real estate; 
current portion $363,000 due in one year. ~ ; 


(2) Trust deed notes ea eg to Lane and improvements $1,835,000 and unsecured notes 
635,000. 


(3) Notes payable secured by notes receivable $1,054,000. 


Gross revenues for eight months to Sept | 1967 were in excess of $6,800,000 and there 
was a net income of $1,337,000 for the period. 


Last figures obtained on the parent company were found in outside sources and are 
summarized as follows: 


Dec 31 1965 

(Parent) 
= heateshatn 3 a oe on wee 
_ Total Assets ’ $§ 34,371,000 
Long Term Debt 15,934,000 
Net Worth 16,380,000 


The above Information does not give effect to changes referred to under "Highlights" 
section which transactions at Aug 1969 resulted in significant changes in the financial 
Position of the subject and its parent. ; 

* (CONTINUED) 


i JANSS CORPORATION A 
to THOUSAND OAKS CALIF. 3- 


HIGHLIGHTS Corporation resulted in a contraction in the capital base. The initia! 
(Cont'd) starting capital of Janss Development Co. was $8,000,000, . 


CURRENT On Mar 15 a eee eee declined to release ~~ | 
f current financial details ndicate a e busIness is. being. conducted 

4 on a favorable basis, has a satisfactory condition and has undergone no 
! _ substantial change in the recent past. 


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! : Bankin : 
i ReTafions have been maintained with a Los Rage tae depository, where sub- 
i stantial balances have been carried, Loans have been granted for short~tern 
purposes and also on a tong-term basis. Most borrowing has been unsecured. 
ranging in seven figure proportions. Construction loans have also been 
granted the company for its requirements. 

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Kill: SAC, BOSTON (100-39531) (P) 


.Qusrrrore FOR POLICY STUDIES 
IS - NEW LEFT 


Re WFO lette Oo Boston dated 9 
S16 An. CECETITLEC -ITOM-Tiie 


records of the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles, 


ua St., Boston, that 1 assachuse license 
is registered to This is for 
a19 Red Mercury convertible. N 


address is 


was errectiv 


The above car was purchased in 


There was no record for[__—_—sdiwishowing that he 
had @ Massachusetts driver's license. 


The driver's license book shows that a 7 
S address is Moe 
He was born and is 


Under date of 6/21/71, Boston submitted an airtel 
and LHM entitled, "May Day Collective Conference, IS - PCPJ." 
Copies of this wereidirected to WFO. 


In the above mentioned LHM it is set forth that JHE 
among those who attended the M 
Indiana on May 21-23, 1971 was 


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sirector 

Intelligence Division 

Office of Assistant Commissioner (Compliance) 
Room 7238 

Internal Revenue Service 

Department of the Treasury 

Nashington, D.C, 20224 


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“of interest to you. 


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NOTE: Please declassify memorandum captioned 
"Jastitute for Policy ar ase 1520 New 
sampsnire Avenue, N.W., Vashington, D.C.," 
which is cated 10/28/71 at our Washington, 
°2.C,. office, (Jashington Field Office). ‘The 
menoxaraecun was classified confidential and 
sent to your office 11/1/71, 


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Pe aa October 28, 1971 


INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
1520 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W. 
= Washington, D.C. an 


The Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) has been 
characterized in an article by Edith Kermit Roosevelt ~_ 
appearing on page twenty-two of the September 24, 1967, 
edition of a former Washington, D.C. (WDC) weekly news- 
paper, "The Examiner", She stated in part that the IPS 
is a Washington-based "Think Factory" which helped train 
extremists who incite violence in United States cities and 

. whose educational research serves as a cover for intrigue 
N and political agitation. Through its conferences and 


A-\ S| seminars, the IPS asserts a continuing influence on the 
ae ideology and tactics of the New Left. 


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The IPS is self-described as a non-profit, 
non-taxable, independent center for research, 


education and social invention on public 
policy problems. 


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On October 27, 1971, a confidential sourc 
furnished reliable th i 
indicated that dat 


This document contains neither 
recommend3'ions nor conclusions of 

“the FBI {it is the property of the 

FBI and is loaned to your agency; 

it and its contents are not to ba 
distributed outside your agency. = «5s. . 


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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
Washington, D. C. 20535 


In Reply, Please Refer to November 10, 1971 
> 


File No. 


INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIE 
1520 New Hampshire Avenue, Northwest 
Washington, D. C. 


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The Institute for Policy Studies (IFS) has been 
characterized in an article by Edith Kermit Roosevelt appearing — 
on page twenty-two of the September 24, 1967, edition of a = 
former Washington, D. C. (WDC), weekly newspaper, "The Examiner'§ f° 
She stated in part that the IiS is a Washington-based "Think = Fy?+ 
\ Factory" which helped train extremistswho incite violence in 
United States cities and whose educational research serves as 
a cover for intrigue and political agitation. Through its 
conferences and seminars, the IPS asserts a continuing influe 
on the sGoleny and tactics of the New Left. 


The IPS is self-described as a non- 
profit, non-taxable, independent 
center for research, education and 
' social invention on public policy 
\ problems, 

(U) 


ae ‘On October 21, 1971, WF T- i provided a copy of 


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: Ee gaa list of IPS Fellows and their respective "Areas of 
24" nterest - 1971 - 1972" as denoted herein: 


downgrading 


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Concerns the aforenentioned IPS Fellows, the 
; following is noted: 


ae A ‘two- ace article which aereeaal’ dteelf to IPS . 
appeared in the November 6, 1969, and November 13, 1969, 

edittens of "Barron's" National Budiness and Financial 

Weekly ‘magazine. The first part was. entitled: Radical Think- 
Tank, the Institute for Policy Studies ‘Aims to Disarm the 

United Stgtes" and the second was entitled “Ivoery-Tower 
Activists - IPS Fellows Lead the Radical Thrust -for Social 
Change.'' This article states in part: "In view of the. . 
“-suecess of the IPS in developing and implementing theories, 

“its present studies and projects for the future take on added 
significance. One plan is to set up a network of institutes 
_like’IPS all over the country to serve as counter- institutions 
to established ones. Gar Alperovitz, IPS fellow and former 
legislative assistant to Senator Gaylord A. Nelson (De, 7-7--° 
Wisconsin), already has launched one at Cambridge, Massachusetts, 
with the help of Christopher Jencks, IPS fellow and Harvard 


me * wre ATOM 


professor.' Mir or cursueT C2 apa a AB GeE 


August 27, 1966, registered at the National Convention of 
the Students foe a Democratic Society held at Clear Lake, 
Towa, on August 27, 1966, through September 1, 1966. {U). 


we T- 2, September 9, 1966) \R 


Students for a Democratic Society. 
(SDS) was founded during June, 1962, 
at Port Huron, Michigan, and in the 
1960's functioned as the leading New 
Left campus based student organization 
in the United States, From a stance 
of "participatory democracy," the 
SDS moved to a radicai-revolutionary | 
position, It maintained a national 


INSTITUT! FOR POLICY STUDIES 


office at 1608 West Madison Street, 
Chicago, Illinois, until February, 
1970, Internal factionalism during | 
1969 produced three main factions 
Weatherman, Revolutionary You fove- 
ment (RYM), and Worker Student Alliance 
(WSA). The Weatherman and RYM no~ 
longer consider themselves associated 
with the SDS. The WSA faction 
continues to use the name SDS. 


m October 28, 1971 


IE ne eta nan pay wenarroy RICHARD ‘BARNET 


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fi ote 


. Richard Jackson\Barnet has been publiély described 
as co-director of IPS; A. Bk Harvard University, LLB Harvard 
Law School; formerly an official of the Department of State 
and the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; 
and Fellow of the Russian Research Center at Harvard Univer- 


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INSTITUT FOR POLICY STUDIES 


The official publit¢ation of Freedomways 
Associates, Incorporated, which was set 
up by the Communist Party of the United 
States of America (CPUSA) in New York 
City in 1961, is 'Freedomways." During 

a Nationai Board meeting of the CPUSA 

in 1961, it was stated ''Freedomways" 
develops theory and criticism of currents 
in the Negro movement and projects a 
socialist and pro-Soviet. orientation 

to these matters. 


paren an SURIECT ORCINTZATION 


traveled to Hanoi, North 
Vietnam, in April, 1970, reportedly to take letters into and 
out of North Vietnam from relatives to prisoners of war and 
vice-versa, Such travel was not authorized by the Passport 
Office, United States Department of State (USDS). ae 


(Records, Passport Office, USDS, 
July 15, 1970) 


A source reported that| attended the 


National Rank and File. Trade Union Conference in June, 1970, 
where she told of her travel to North Vietnam and was critical 
of United States invoivement in the Vietnam War. 


(WF_T-4, July 1, 1970) (U) 


National Rank and File Trade Union 
hoe Conference 
A source advised this conference was 
held in Chicago, Illinois, on Jime 
27-28, 1970, at the Packinghouse 
Labor and Community Center. The con- 
ference was dominated and controlled 
by the Communist Party (CP), however, 
_ the CP made every effort to conceal 
this information from non-Party indi- 
viduals in attendance at this conference. 


(WF T-5, June 29, 1970). 


_A source stated the . 
Wollien' s. Liberation Movement (WLM) was working with a 
committee whose members were traveling throughout the . 

interviewing persons interested in traveling | to 


| North Viewmam. ‘ 
[ow y-4, July 20, 1970) (u) 


WLM is a "radical" women's group which 
advocates complete equality for women, 


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The.. October 20, 1967, issue of "The Evening Star" 
newspaper, published ‘daily in WDC, on pages A-1 and A-6 
reporting on the antiwar demonstration ‘scheduled at the y? 
Pentagon on October 21, 1967, stated that the sponsoring ~~ 
organization was the National Mobilization Committee to 
Eni the War in Vietnam. The article in a brief profile of the 
principal leaders of the Mobilization Committee described 
Ivanhoe Donaldson as "director of the New.York Office of SNCC, 
an observer at the 1966 Communist Party U.S.A. Convention and 
an associate of former SNCC leader Stokley Carmichael." 


The New Mobilization Committee (NMC) 
- was formerly known as the Spring 
Mobilization Committee (SMC). 


The SMC is described in the publi- 
cation entitled "Communist Origin 


and Manipulation of Vietnam Week 

(April 8-15, 1967),'"' a report by 

the Committee on Un-American 
Activities, House of Representatives. 
On Page 53, the report states in 
part, ' Communists are playing 
dominant roles in both the 

Student Mobilization Committee 

and the Spring Mobilization 
Committee." ° 


The ‘Student Mobilization Committee to 
End> the War in Vietnam (SMC) is con- 
trolled by the Socialist Workers Party 
(SWP) and its youth affiliate, Young 
Socialist Alliance, SMC initiates 

and supports public demonstrations 
against the war in Southeast Asia. 


The SWP has been designated pursuant 
to Executive Order 10450. 


The Student National Coordinating 
Committee (SNCC) was formerly known 

as the Student Nonviolent Coordinating 
Committee and was fotmded in 1960 during 
the period of civil rights activity 

in the South. The organization ad- 
vocates the use of force to achieve 
revolutionary goals and the destruction 
of the capitalistic system of Govern- 
“Ment in the United States. 


Stokely Carmichael has been publicly 
identified as a militant black 
extremist, currently residing in 
Conakry, Guinea, West Africa. 


INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 9 = -  __eeen - ; 
| ake 


LT MENDER OF SUBJECT ORGANTZATTON 


a representative of WLM, 7 October 21, oa aeStrt buted | 


leaflets to selected WLM members announcing a special <> pe Lo, 
‘Meeting to be held on October 23, 1970, ata fellowship ‘- 
'- farm.in Limerick, Pennsylvania, to discuss the need for. 
active revolution, "because for an oppressive, racist, 
sexist society to change without revolution is impossible." (u 


’ {aw 1-6, October 21, 1970)| 


%, 
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| a etn o> commas cneemenseroy 


is actively involved in the 
affairs of the_Center\for Black Education (CBE), WDC, and 


appears to be the Center. Ue 


aoe 7, July 28, omy 


The CBI was formally opened at 1435- 37 


Fairmont er 
1, 1969, ; 
has been identified as a former member 


of the Black Panther Party. <A source 
has advised that[___—was using the 
CBE as a base to start a "revolutionary 
organization", A second source has 
furnished a CBE published document 
which states in part the CBE objectives 
are to "train technicians who will work 
ta liberate the African people and ©: 
develop the African World."' The Center 
is further described as “an educational 
institution independent of and opposed 
to the objectives of the American 
nation and dedicated to the sustenance 
and stability of the African Continent 
and its people," 


INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 


The Black pavther Sty (BPP), mentioned 
above, is a black extremist organization 
started in Oakland, -California, in 
December, 1966.: It advocates the use 

of guns and guerrilla tactics to bring 
about the over throw,gf 1 the United 
States Government. ~ 


KARL KARL HESS | 

Kari ess, ItI, a gueearonek at IPS, has been 
publicly described as a Goenes speechwriter for Senator ., ¢: 
Barry Goldwater. Hess has also publicly supported the ‘" | 
BPP as well as the violence prone Weatherman faction of 
the SDS. Hess has stated that he sees no alternative but 
to use violent tactics to destroy the United States Govern- 
ent. , 


MENDEN or st rormemp orc ANIZA TTON 


Be a td 


Se 


(ey advised on June 2, 1971, we yc 
sae Former iy) associated with SNCC gud is currently 


a. with the Dram and Spear Book Store in WDC. 


[Gar 1-8, June 2, ral (U) 


‘The iiiaa and Spear Book Store is publicly 
described aS a retail book store ‘which 
dispenses literary works about Africa, 
Asia, and the Negroes in America. The 
store contains some protest literature 
as well as books depicting the socio- 
. economic conat trons in Amer $685. sas 


OT endo» Beant oun Pe ae Wseeen hoe ea. 
ois or Bee tee Ge stata te Ae ime - 


Ox 
sere to IPS, "The 


INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDINS Le | ‘ 


in the March, 1971, issue of Esquire Magazine, attributed to 
IPS Fellow Milton Kotler the prediction of the breakdown _ 


“of municipal Governments and the setting up of a model 4 
-fleighborhood Government in the predominantly black aac! 


of Cleveland, Ohio. 
Bis iA Ste a 


ye te era 7 
a letter t = Editor, dated August : —— — 


“at Misust 9, 1965, edition of the New York Times newspaper. 
Ttie letter protested United States intervention in the Dominican 
Republic and was generally critical of United States Foreign 
Policy Towards Latin America. 


a ; 
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an C.._d RSSIBUR OF CUS ITOR oe ory ty: 


Bore pe on. Laer 
Feat LT ES “st patton BRap re ca eons is ae 


Ss i i i i aars", 


denotes 


[ ice ges DO? oma dun ae 
[has been publicly described ae 
|_ —_Lwih the aforementioned a. 


the book, Washington Plans An Aggressive ‘ar 
published in paperback by Vintage Books, a division of 
“Random House, New York, August, 1971, The Preface of this book 


acknowledges that the twenty month study of the Vietnam 

War by members of -IPS, together with its soon-to-be- -published 
companion volume, Washington Viages An Ageressive’ “War, drew 

. upon the now-famous ‘Pentagon Papers" as well as other _ 
Government documents,and interviews of Government officials. 


Moves an 
Ss ads CVF Op pas ATA Ampeny -, 
one SUR TEOT ORLA Z Arron 


s i ribed as a ek b6 
etivist who —*-f b7C 

supports the actions of the BPP and strongly” Opposes ‘the 

United States Government. 


This document contains neither 


= Pee to your agency; 
it and its Gane ats ura not to be 
distributed ouiside your agency. 


“ Po 


.., FD32% (ev. 11-29-61) 
Pe ey 
« 


ED STATES DEPARTMENT O 


FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


Washington, D. C. 20535 


In Reply, Please Refer to November 10, 1971 


File No. 


Title INSTITUT= FOR POLICY STUDI"S 
1520 New Hampshire Avenue, Northwest, 
Washington, D. C. 


Character IS - NW LeFT 


Reference Memorandum dated and captioned as 
above. 


All sources (except any listed below) whose identities 
are concealed in referenced communication have furnished reliable 
information in the past. 


i* 


of the FBI and is loaned to your agency; it and its contents are not to be distributed outside 


This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI, It is the property o 
your agency. Sh 


0-14n (Rev. 8- ae 


j 


Federal Bureau of Investigation 


M-y 23, 1975 


Director of Special Investigations 
The Inspector General 
Department of the Air Force 
Forrestal Building 

Washington, D. C. 20314 


(Neo For your information, I am enclosing communications which may be 
of interest to you. 


[] 2. It will be appreciated if you will have the investigation conducted 
as requested in the enclosed memorandum and furnish the results. 


(_] 3. No further investigation is contemplated with regard to this matter. 


[_] 4. You will be advised of the pertinent developments in connection 
with this inquiry. 


{(_15. Please note change in caption of this case. 


{_]6. Status of case: {_] Completed {__]Incomplete 


Director 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 


NOT=: Ple-se decinssify memor-ndum c-ntioned 
"znstitute for Policy Studies, 1520 New Hamo- 
shire fvenue,Morthwest, Y-shington, D.C.," 
wnich is d-ted 11/10/71 at our “»shington,D.C 
office (%shirgton Field Office) It wes 
elossified confidential -nd sent to your 53> 
office 4/22/71 


LAW jane 


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OPZIONAL FORM NO. 10 
MAY 1962 EDITION a Bale Llelve20ll 


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UNITED STATES Qeaisiewr | @ SS 


emorandum 


TO Y DXRECTOR, FBI (100-447935 ) 

FRO AC, WFO (100-46784) (5) 
(4 | 

suBjEcT’ “INSTITUT® FOR POLICY STUDIES_ oct of 

1520 New Hampshire Avenue, NI Wisi? Sony 


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SSN) washington, De. pe ee Be j 
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Bay gx 00: WFO) ow” 7 oe , ud 


Re WFO letter and LHM, 10/29/71, captioned as above 
and setting out task forces of the Institute for Policy Studies 
(IpS) for academic year 1971-1972. 


aid ba d 
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‘ "nelosed for the Bureau are five copies of an LHM 
and equal number of evaluation memoranda, dated and captioned 
my as above, setting out a list of IPS Fellows and their 

| respective "Areas of Interest - 1971-1972", 


2 
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The LHM is classified "€onfidenttel'' inasmuch as 
information denoted therein was obtained from a confidential 
source, the unauthorized disclosure of which could prove 
prejudicial to the defense interests of the nation. 


It is noted that the areas of interest for IPS it 
Fellows set out in enclosed LHM appear directly related in ee 
Most instances to task forces of IPS as denoted in referenced 
communications, and would seem to identify those IPS associates 
working on particular task force projects. _ ff Ao ph 

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TO. Es raTE ov “ng THROU SH THE DEPT. AS INDICATED BELOW FOR INSTANT DOCUMENT, DATE 
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Date: 10/29/71 is ue Conrad. 


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Lair, Dantes 


Via _ AIRTEL tf  Tavet 
(Priority) ee Walters 

Wo. woyars 

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Miss Holmes_t_ 


TO: , /MIRECTOR, FBI Miss Gandy... 
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INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
IS — NEW LEFT 
(Bufile 100~447935) 
(WFO 1100-46784) 


Re WFO airtel 10/28/71, captioned as above, 
copies of which are enclosed for Boston, Los BnBelOr: and 
New York. be 

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telephonically furnished the following information: 


3). Bureau 

2- Boston (2 Enc) . 
2- Los Angeles (2 Enc) 

2 - New York (2 Enc) 70! how Sr 
4 — WFO 


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Considering the continuing attacks on the FBI, aueetionitig our 
activities in the security field and accusing us of repressing political dissent, 
an item has recently come to our attention regarding the Institute for Policy - 


Studies (IPS) in Washington, D. C., which is of particular interest. 


The IPS, self-described as an "independent center for research, 
education and social invention on public policy" is more aptly described by a 
source as a "think tank" of radical politics. It has been publicly revealed (in 
1967) as an organization which helped train extremists who incite violence and 
whose educational research serves as a cover for intrigue and political agitation. 
We have been conducting an expanded investigation of IPS since January, 1971, 
and separately we are investigating the possible involvement of IPS in the dis- 
closure of the 'fPentagon Papers. " 


Any doubt as to the radical nature and ultimate goals of this outfit Se 
: should be dispelled by a statement appearing in a recently acquired document ries 


i 


of IPS entitled Proposed Basic Strategy of IPS Prison Project.'' This 
document refers to an IPS campaign, conceived as a five- e-year plan, calling for 
the abolishment of prisons. 


In outlining points for study of thY¥-bitison abolition" proposal, the 
document (copy attached) states on page 2: 
REGAL /j7 af 5 oe 


"What would be the means of dealing with ‘dangerous 
' deviants' and with the old ruling class if there were a 
' radical transformation of American society? i.e., 


. What would we do after the revolution? What would be, -. 2 =<. cman 
the political functions of 'no prisons, ' the political 
effect of abolishing them?" 2 NOV 22 1871 
100-447935 y Pat eid 
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Memorandum to MR. ROSEN 
RE: INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 


The only rational interpretation of this is that it is an expression of 
concern as to what to do with their own political opposition (the old ruling class) 
after the revolution, if they were to succeed in abolishing prisons. Itisa 
strange twist. Carrying on their activities in an open and free society they 
are thinking ahead to their own brand of political repression, after the 
revolution. : 


It is a shame there is such a limited forum for letting the American 
people know what: these intellectual radicals have in mind. The possible 
involvement of IPS in the disclosure of the "Pentagon Papers, " which could 
involve prosecution, would seem to bar use of this as a news media item at 
this time, but we should bear it in mind when prosecutive aspects are resolved. 


ACTION: 


For information, A. . 


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Airtel 


11/24/71 


: ‘ 46784 6 
: ao Seine , PERSONAL ATTENTION a : 
From: Director, FBI (100-447935) 


am 
INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES (IPS) — x 
Is - NEW LEFT 1 -~ Mr. R. LL. Shackelford 
1. 


23/71 concerning ips[____] 
and Bureau telephone ca 
is date. 


Insure that all appropriate informants whose 


id d by any disclosures to be made j; 
<j Sse 77 alerted in order that such / 
informants be protected from’ any reprisals. This confirms Nos 


information related in referenced call. ; 


RJS:jim A, 
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NOTE: 


This confirms telephone instructions fron 
Inspector J. A. Sizoo, Domestic Intelligence Division, to 


SAC Kunkel, 11/24/71. Referenced communication se forth 
mation from informant of WFO that peed re 
o planned to meet with representatives of IPS and 


as “@iselose information ing racial investigations and 
investigation of IPS. left the Bureau in 1970 and 
is knowledgeable of these matters. 


NOV24 1971 


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SELECT COMMITTEE (SSC) ANI~OR HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE (HSC) ON INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES. 


EAPORT ay NOTE:. FORM IN WHICH ACCESS AND ~OR DELIVERY WAS MADE MAY BE DIFFERENT 
THAN AS REPRESENTED BY THIS DOCU MENT IN THAT CEXTAIN EXCISIONS MAY HAVE BEEN 
MADE. FOR ACCESS ~ DELIVERY FORM, SEE BUFILE | ti &2- 116395 (SSC), 62-116464 (HSC), 


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MISC: DOCUMENTS FURNIGHE) 10 SSO RE MARTIN LUTHIR KING, JR., WERE ALSO FURNISHED a 


TO ESTATE.OF KING THRO’ SM T= DEPT. AS INDICATED BELOW FOR INSTANT DOCUMENT, DATE 
DENOTING DELIVERY TO DEPT. SEE BUFILE 100-106670 FOR. FORM IN WHIGH FURNISHED, — 


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<0 DIE Mr. C.D. Brennan 
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“Referenced airtel set forth a very interesting analysis of 
investigative data collected to date regarding possible source for 
the "Pentagon papers" disclosures. The communication also set forth 
a theory as to the possible method utilized to disseminate the 
“Pentagon papers" to unauthorized persons. The Boston, Los Angeles, 
and New York Offices sheuld promptly review the comments of WFO in 
reairtel and furnish to the Bureau any observations each might have 
which either tend to prove or digprove WFO's theory of the case. 
Additionally, each office should set forth any new investigative 
avenues which could logically be pursued to develop admissible 
evidence leading to a solution of the case. .» 

WFO should maintain close liaison with the Department of 
Defense (DOD) research team which is currently analyzing and 
comparing material published in the American press with the official 
classified source documents of interest in this case. Research 
results should be promptly furnished to the Bureau as received and 
where information developed by the research effort of DOD adds to 
or renders portions of WFO's theory of the case invalid, specific 
comments relative thereto should be set forth when reporting research 
results to the Bureau. 


(2)- 100-447935 (IPs) ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED “z= G 
HEREIN 1S UNCL > ee 


LEB: bsf (14) ; 


: By referenced airtel WFO set fo 
sore qdaicaten that the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), a 
Washington, D, C., New Left "think tank," apparently possessed 
copies of the "Pentagon papers" for sometime (having received 
them from Daniel Ellsberg). Prior to publication by IPS, it : 
schemed to make these available to the American press in order to % 
diffuse responsibility and possibly rendering prosecution of IPS .- 
unlikely. Comments received from recipient offices will be 
. earefully analyzed and thereafter indicated leads will be set 
- forth by the Bureau in order that all logical leads be covered 
_” to either prove or disprove WFQ's, theory.of the case. |. 


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TO: DIRECTOR, FBI 


Miss Holmes__._. 
Miss Gandy. 
ROM: SAC, WFO (100-46784) (P) 


INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES (IPS) 
Re WFO AT of 11/23/71 captioned as above. 


. On the evening of 11/24/71 FS ended a b 
meeting at the Institute for Policy udies PS). ource advised . b7C 
that_the meeting was in progress when he arrived and an Maidentie 
BE a ag na rd es ee 

was speaking on the topic of racism, specifically 
the exploitation of black policemen by the "White Power Structure". 
Source taped this meeting anqd_i s the opinion of agents who 
heard the tape, and who knew that the voice_on the tape was 
very probably his. Source viewed a photograph of[ _ Janda posi- 
tively identified him as the speaker at IPS on the night of 11/24/71. 


Source stated that did not speak about the Bureau b6 
or any Bureau sources and that e meeting was in the form of a b7C 
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meeting at the Institute for Policy Studies 
(EPS). IPS is described he "think 
factory" of the New ret |epoke on 
the topic of racism, specifically the 
exploitation of black policemen by the 
white power structure, Our source who was 
present at the meeting and who identified 
as the speaker at IPS advised that 

did not speak about the Bureau ¢ or any 

| (Bureau. sources ‘and that the meeting was 
fin the form of a panel discussion. 


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FROM Re Le epee ern ue 1 - Mr, T. E. Bishop Tavel 


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SUBJECT*-{NSTITUTE FOR POLICY. . [ 
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To advise you of the reappearance of 
at the IPS and the resuit of meeting 
by Domestic Intelligence Division (DID) and Office of Legal 


Counsel (OLC) representatives with Department of Justice 
representatives. 


BACKGROUND : 


Memorandum 11/24/71 advised that|___|naa furnished 
information to IPS principals on 11/19/71 concerning Bureau 
investigations in both the extremist intelligence and New Left 
fields. was scheduled to return to IPS 11/24/71 and 
furnish more Specific information regarding FBI investigations 
of black extremist organizations and IPS. The memorandun, 
which was approved, recommended DID and OLC representatives meet 
with Departmental representatives to 


discuss what measures the 
Department desired to take to prevent| from furnishing 
information to IPS. 


did return to IPS 11/24/71 and spoke concerning 


racism, specifically the exploitation of black policemen by the 
white power structure. 


He did not mentigna the Bureau or any 
{confidential sources. iy 


Ot. 

On 11/26/71 the 10 was ee a ee of 
file, which indicated DID and OIC representatives were 

meeting with Departmental representatives regarding this matter. 


The Director asked, "What has been the result?” smu memen some 
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Memorandum to Mr. E. §. Miller 
RE: INSTITUTE FOR POLICY 


CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS: 


Deputy Assistant Attorney General ( 
of the Internal Security Division met with SA 
DID, and SA OLC, today. After being advised of the 
facts, DAAG tated that in order to obtain an injunction 
in a situation such as this it would ssary to show that 
irreparable damage would result fron[ ~~ Jaction and that no 
adequate _ remedy could be obtained in a court of law. He advised 
that iff ldivulged confidential information obtained during 


the course of his FBI employment, he would be subject to 
prosecution for a violation of the Espionage statute and that 

as a general rule_the court will not enjoin the commission of a 
criminal offense. advised that based on the information 
Sinet | wou no e possible to obtain an injunction 


against at this time. 


OBSERVATIONS : 

Although yO indicated that no legal 
action can be taken against at this time, it is possible 
that he may commit a violation of the Espionage statute and if 
he does, should be prosecuted. We are, therefore, instructing 
WFO and Buffalo by separate communication to remain alert for 
any additional contact between and the IPS or other dissident 
groups and to immediately advise e Bureau so that we can bring 
such information to the attention of the Department. 
RECOMMENDATION : 


Attached for approval is a letter to the Assistant 
Attorney General, Internal Security Division, sera the 


discussion between Deputy Assistant Attorney General 
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DIRECTOR, FBI (100-447935) 3° he ea 


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FROM: SAC, WFO (100-46784) (P) cones!" 
~-INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES (IPS) 
1520 New Hampshire Avenue, N. W. 
Washington, D. C. 
IS ~ NEW LEFT 
(OO: WFO) 


Re Bureau airtel 10/1/71, authorizing WFO to expend ,¥'' 
$375 per month for period 10/1/71 - 12/31/71 for rental of 
observation post on captioned facility and WFO airtels 10/28/71 
and 10/29/71, bearing dual caption of IPS and MC LEK (Bufile 
65~74060) . \ RC (U) 


As noted in referenced WFO airtel, 10/28/71, 
stationary lookout on IPS was temporarily discontinued, effective 
10/28/71, in view of surveillance paranoia on the part of IPS 


ofsictales ye. 2 PS (U) 


-It.is-felt that ‘no further attempts should be made 
to provide lookout coverage of captioned organization at this 
time in that the. lookout has served its purpose and the fact 
that subpoenaed toll call records of IPS under MC LEK case 
have provided insight into the wide range of contacts of the 
organization5g \ & (U) 


Accordingly, rental of observation post on eaptioned 
facility being discontinued, effective 11/30/71. When necess ry p 
a temporary LO can be arranged at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. VM, 
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a Rosens 


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TO: DIRECTOR, FBI (100-447935) 
ATIN: 


FROM: 


INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
1520 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W. 


Hashing ton. D.C. ee 


ReBuairtel, 8/11/71, captioned INSTITUTE FOR POLICY ~ 
STUDIES, RESEARCH MATTER, BUDED 8/23/71, requesting information 


~ pertaining financing and activities of captioned organization!\V 
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Enclosed for the Bureau is one copy of a pamphlet toe oo 
entitled "The First Three Years', distributed by the Institute.” - 
for Policy Studies (IPS) and ob b eae ; 
bID : 
pe enclosed pamphlet to saL___] ed ali 
on 8/16/71 and advised that it is the only public 
source material made available by IPS. It is noted that the 


pamphlet is quite outdated and has been used for reference ( 
’ purposes in previous WFO reports on captioned organization 


9s AEC 


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Concerning financing of IPS, Bureau's attention is 
invited to WFO letter to Bureau, 7/20/71, bearing IPS caption, 
which sets out summary review of IPS income tax returns, 1963-69 


ger 
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— 


Ente lose foe LE 


Concerning current activities of captioned Institute, < 
‘s_attention is invited to WFO report of SA 
6/29/71, IPS caption, and WFO airtel to Bureau 8/3/71 


, captioned MC LEK (Nation lities Intelli epee) s, Butile 
‘PUDTLEBB ene. te, fT EO ID 
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(12/2/71 


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To: SACs, WFO 1- R. L. Shackelford 
Buffalo (Bnelosures-3) 1-[ 


From: Director, FBI 


ups Caygrrrure FOR POLICY. 8 STUDIES (IPS) 
Me INTERNAL SECURITY - NEW LEFT” 

aA Bufile: 100-447935 | sae 
2} WFO file: 100-46784 


LU - 


ReWFOairtels to the Bureai 11/19/71, 11/23/71, and Ai 
11/26/71, copies of which are enclosed for Buffalo. oe 


Based on information in referenced airtels, 
discussions were held with attorneys of the Department of 
Justice concerning legal measures which could be taken to 
preventL___|from divulging information obtained as a result 
of his official duties. The rt opera advised that in order 
to obtain an injunction against t would be necessary 
to show that information he planned to divulge would result 
in irreparable damage to the Government and that no adequate 

- remedy could be obtained in a court of law. Departmental 
attorneys advised that based on informatio jlable it 
does not appear t an injunction aeainatl.~ loan be obtained 
at this time. oar lases disclose confidential information 
obtained during the course of his FBI employment, he would 
be subject to prosecution for violation of the Espionage 


Rosen 
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4 A>. REA ul NOTE, . FORM IN WHICH ACCESS AND ~OR DELIVERY WAS MADE MAY BE DIFFERENT 
THAN AS REPRESENTED BY THIS DOCU “AENT IN TRAT CERTAIN EXCISIONS MAY HAE BEEN - 
MADE. FOR ACCESS ~ DELIVERY FORM, SEE BUFILE ; S) 62. 116395 (SSC), 62- 116464 (HSC). 


ssc. tS pe dee 14 


BOC. ereneepinnrerinane DATE wees 


Misc: “docu MENTS. FURNISME YOO SSS RE *AARTIN LUTHER KING, JR,, WERE ALSO FURNISHED 
To ESTATE or KING THROUGH THE DEPT. AS | NDICATED BELOW FOR INSTANT DOCUMENT, DATE _ 
DENOTING DELIVERY. Ta DEPT. SEE. BUFILE 100-106670 FOR_FORM iN WHICH FURNISHED, 


mn te) DEPT. 


Airtel to WFO, et al ee | 
Re: Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) 
100~447935 


jong 
For the information of Buffalo, IPS has been 
publicly described as the think factory of the New Left 
which helps train extremists who incite violence and 


whose educational research serves as a cover for antcteue 
and political agitation. 


WFO and Buffalo are ected to be alert for 
any additional contact et ee IPS or other dissident 
groups and advise the Bureau by teletype suitable for _ 
dissemination in order that such information can be brought 

to the attention of the Department without delay. 


Insure the utmost discretio ed in this 
matter to preclude any possibility et ee individuals 
connected with IPS being made avare of FBI interest in their 
activities. 


NOTE: 


uewoeandon R. 7 Shackelford to Mr. E. S. Miller, 
11/29/71, advised that WFO and Buffalo would be instructed 


as indicated above by separate communication. 
approved by the Director. Buffalo cognizant of 
presence in that Division. se 


DIRECTOR, FBI (157-15364) 


10/29/71 


SAC, WFO (157-2619) (P) 


ed FOR BLACK EDUCATION (CBE) 
WASHINGTON, D. C. | 
EXTREMIST MATTERS # . | we 

Cp, (00:wFo) = Tribute leap (P A fre ¥ Staal, 


Enclosed for the Bureau are six copies of an LEM” 
dated and captioned as above containing information concerning 
the finances of the CBE, 


Enclosed LHM has been disseminated locally by WFO 
to U.S. Secret Service and AUSA, WDC. 


The identity of the first confidential source along 
with identity of individual to whom subpoena duces tecum 
“” should be issued if needed maintained in instant WFO file 
serials 1094 and 1108. Identity of second confidential source 
along with identity of individual to whom subpoena duces tecum 
should be issued if needed maintained in instant WFO file 
serials 1101 and 1102, ‘ 
b 
who is mentioned in LIM, is lense. =e 
included on the SI by WFO, He along with the BPP, Institute Pa, 
for Policy Studies, and o are also f 
in LHM, is the subject of pending WFO investigation. | 
i |e not known to WFO as an activist at the CBE and 
no investigation is contemplated concerning his activities _ 1 
\ at the present time. Z 


WFO will continue to monitor checking accounts of the / 
| | CBE and will make pertinent information available to the Bureau | 
as developed. . 
ENCLOSURE a SL Pp Eo 
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

ocala Washington, D. C, 20535 

In Reply, Please Refer to October 29, 1971 

File No. 


CANTER FOR BLACK GOUCATION 
WASHINGION, D. ©. 


The Center for Black Sducation (CB) 
. was formally opened at 1435-37 Fair- 
mont Street, N.W., Washington, D. C, 
(WDC), on October 1, 1969 


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the Black Panther 


the CBE as a base 

to start . “revolutionary organization. 

A second source has furnished a CBE 

published document which states in 

part that CBE objectives ar: to "train 

iat technicians who will work te liberate 
the 4frican psople and develpp the 

ah . African World.” The Center is further 
deseribed as ‘an educational tnstitution 
independent of and opposed to the ob- 
fectives of the American nation and 
dadicated to the sustenance and stabi- 
lity of the African Centinent and its 
people...." 


as 


The Black Panther Party (SPF) is a 

black extremist organization start ad 
in Oakland, California, in December, 
1966. Tt advocates the use of guns 
and guerilla tactics to bring about 
the overthrow of the United States 
Government. 


[NO AYVVIEES A 


FNCLOSURE 


CENTER FOR BLACK EDUCATION 


On September 2, 1971, a confidential source who hes 
furnished reliable information in the a 


with the issuance of a subpoena duces tecum: 


Gn aaeete ay 1971, a k second eect source 
* 4 3 iy Hrag tee 


Information furnished ~ this source — 
The sacond confidential source mentioned above, fur- 
nished information on September 27, 7 | 


Information furnished by the above source indicated 


CENTER FOR BLACK EDUCATION 


Abova confidential source further advised that a 


Informatien furnished by the second confidential 
source mentioned above can only be made public by the issuance 
of a subpoena duces tecum. 


The IPS has been characterized in an 
article in the WHC weckly newspaper, 

“The Examiner" datad September 24, 

1967, page 22, by Edith Kermit Roosevzlt. 
She states in part that the IPS is a 
Washington based "think factory" which 
helped train extremists who incite 
violence in Uhited States cities and 
whose educational research servas as a 
cover for intrigue and political. agitation. 
She concludes that the IPS through its 
conferences and seminars exert a con- 
tinuing influence on the ideology and tac- 
tics of the New Left, The IPS is self- 
deseribed as a non-profit, non-texable, 
independent center for research, educa- 
tien and social invention on public 
policy problem. 


: his document contains neither 
recommendations nor conclusions of 
the FBI. It is the property of 
the FBI and is loaned to your agency; 

- jt and its contents are not to be 
distributed outside your agency. 


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etek Taco. SEC. UNIT, 2 


Mr. A. Rosen 
Mr. J. PB. Mohr 


Sb, Assistant Attorney General November 30, 1971 
¢ y Internal Security Division Mr. D. J. Dalbey 


Mr. T. E. Bishop 
Mr. N. P. Callahan 


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“INSTITUTE FOR POLICY Beas re 
STUDIES (IPS) , [— 
INTERNAL SECURITY - NEW LEFT aa 


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This is to confirm the 5 aaa) = Special /" 
Agents and f this 
nd Deputy Assistant Attorney General 
Internal Security Division, Department of 

ustice, # date, concerning possible legal action which 

may be taken to prevent a former Special Agent of the FBI 

from divulging information obtained_by him as a result of ae 
his official duties. , REC / Di a | 
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ee saentitied 
reportedly visited tT 
Institute for Policy Studies on November 19, 1971, and 
furnished information to persons connected therewith 
concerning FBI investigations of several black nationalist 
organizations and Institute for Policy Studies. The 
Institute for Policy Studies has been described as the think 
... -£actory of the New Left, which helps train extremists who 
incite violence and whose educational teat ee ieee as a 
cover for intrigue and political agitation. was to return 
ee to Institute for Policy Studies November 24, 1971, and res 
furnish more specific information concerning these investi- 
gations but, according to information recetved, upon... = 60-4 
reappearing November 24, 1971, he did not divulge any ar 
information concerning FBI_ investigations. und = ‘ 


el G Deputy Assistant Attorney General dvised (y 
wae that in order to obtain an injunction against t would 
yt necessary to show that the information which he planned to eee 
Rogen divulge vents result in irreparable damage to the Government i 


Mohr 
Bishop _____- 


Miller, E.S. ES. _WGD: aj Tr 
Callahan 
Casper —_______ (13) 
Conrad 
Dalbey 
Cleveland 
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Assistant Attorney General 
Internal Security Division 


and that no adequate remedy could be obtained in a court of 

iev.[ | pointed out that if divulges confidential 

information obtained by him during the course of his FBI 

employment, he would most likely be subject to prosecution 

for violation of the Espionage statute and,as a general rule, 

a court will not enjoin the commission of a criminal offense. 
advised that based on the information available 

it does not appear that an injunction auatast(> lek be 

obtained at this time. 


Any additional information developed in this matter 
will be promptly furnished to you, 


NOTE: 


See memorandum R. L. Shackelford to Mr. E. S. Miller, 
dated 11/29/71, captioned as above, prepared by WGD:djr. 


on iy optional FORM NO. 10” 3010-106 Loe & 
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JJRITED STATES G@¥ ERNMENT , Rosen 
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1 - Mr. A. Rosen ee 
Memorandum ee eee age i — 


Callahan 


1- Ur. D. J. Dalbey |. ent 
TO : Mr. E. 8. Miller DATE: 11/24/71 we ‘leveland 
: Ponder 
ub 1 - Mr. T. E. Bishop / Bates 
FROM : R. L. Shacke1fora | 1 iad Mr. N. P. Callahan Walters 
1 a r Al sine ae 
! : 1 ~” Holmes 
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; sunecr- CrNSTITUTE FOR POLICY 1 - Mr. R. L. Shackelford ee b6 
ve]: STUDIES (IBS) 2-L yf pie 
od INTERNAL SECURITY - NEW LEFT | Elf 
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Suet 
PURPOSE: 


To recommend that representatives of Domestic 
Intelligence Division and the Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) 
meet with Departmental of ials to discuss what legal measures 
can be invoked to prevent from disclosing information 
obtained by him as a result of his official duties. 


BACKGROUND : 


as above, revealed 
planned to visit the 
IPS on 11/19/71. 


WFO airtel 11/23/71 contains information indicating 
thatL____]furnished information to IPS principals to the effect 
that the FBI had informants in the Center for Black Education 
(CBE) and additionally had placed people in other black 
nationalist organizations to create dissension and destroy them. 


is reportedly scheduled to return to IPS on the 
evening of 11/24/71 (tonight) and furnish specific information 
concerning FBI investigations of the CBE, Drum and Spear Bookstore, 
the Malcolm X Liberation University and IPS. 


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"ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED “F | 
HEREIN JS UNCLASSIFIED pg ihe 


Memorandum to Mr. E. S. Miller 


RE: eee STUDIES (IPS); 
100-447935 


This matter was discussed this date b A 

Domestic Intelligence Division, and SA Oc. 

SA advised Title 28, Code of Federal Regulations, 
Section 16.12, prohibits disclosure of any information by 
reason of official duties or official status. 


informants whose identities may be disclosed by to be 
careful of reprisals. This is being confirmed by Separate vy 
communication, 


WFO has been instructed “disclosed by = tte b any 


OBSERVATIONS : 


w[_ijis not prevented from furnishing information 
to IPS officials, the identities of several informant e 
disclosed; however, any legal action taken to ea 
from furnishing information may result in the disclosure of 
identities of several other informants. 


RECOMMENDATION: 


That Domestic Intelligence Division and OLC 
representatives meet with Department of Justice representatives 
to discuss what measures Department may desire to take to 
prevent Wall from furnishing information to IPS. SP) oem 


UNITED STATES VY ERNMENT 
Memorandum 
DIRECTOR, FBI 


SAC, WFO 


en 


INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
IS ~- MISC (WFO 100-46784) 


ternoon of 
encountered 
in the vicinity o th Street 


and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, D. C. 
#: Prior to his resignation, and SA 
& 5 were assigned to Extremist Matters in z 


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Si] |saia he was in WDC on a "flying" trip at 
wgube expense of the Institute for Policy Studies 
* (IPS). His family did not accompany him. He 
‘Sdid-he intended to go to the office of the IPS 
at 1520 New Hampshire Avenue, NW, at an un- 
specified time. He made no comment concerning 
the purpose of his trip; however, in passing, 
said he will be on a television show in January, 
1972, which should be of interest to the FBI. 
He said he has been asked to do some writing but has not 
Jonis so to date. He commented he attended the Princeton 


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University Study of the FBI which was held several weeks 
ago. 


, off _jif he feels his anti-FBI_stand 


will accomplish anything of a constructive nature{ | 
responded that he doubted that anything will be 


accomplished. 
Above for information. ae 
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Memorandum 1 - Mr. A. Rosen es 
1 - Mr. J. P. Mohr Callahan 
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TO ‘Mr. E. S. Mill “a DATE: 11/23/71 Dae 5 
Ponder 
1 - Mr. T. E. Bisho pois 
FROM =: R. LL. Shackelfordpy/ 1 - Mr. N. P. ae ae Walters 
1 - Mr. E. S. Miller aA heh 


é 
SUBJECT: INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES (IPS) 
INTERNAL SECURITY - NEW LEFT” 


PURPOSE: 


planned to visit the Institute for 
11/19/71. 


BACKGROUND : 


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The IPS has been dest 


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assigned to WFO encountered 
and Pennsylvania Avenue 


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Policy Studies (IPS) on 


ribed as the "Think Factory" of 
he New Left and is ddamar se ge in the MC LEK investi 
EC- 28 
Early on the afternoon of 11/19/71 a 

in the vicinity of 12th Street 
said he was in town at the expense 


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of IPS and intended to go to the IPS office at 1520,New Hamashs 


Avenue, N.W. 
to IPS was but did say he would be 


did not indicate what the purpose of his visit 


on a television 


sheds to 


January, 1972, which would be of interest to the FB 
ACTION: eg ee wt 
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: Mr. EB. S. Miller pate: 11/11/71 Dalbey — 
Ponder 
1 bal Mr. E. s. Miller Be 
FROM : R, L, Bhecheltory 2 "i 7 walters 
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1 - Mr. F. B. Griffith ise 
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SUBJECT: TNSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 


Mr. R. L. Shackelfor 
INTERNAL SECURITY ~ NEW LEFT 


copy attached. 


Leads from this material will be vigorously rsued. 


LPG BS — i 4G 
XM ar REG A & @ ee for Poli 
Studies, the Washington, D. C., based New Left think-tank, 
came up. concurred in the feeling this group played 
an insidious and influential role in developing strategy 

and tactics for all phases of subversion, seditious activity, 
racial conflict and revolutionary political agitation and 
veORERe eS? ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED 


Enclosures HEREIN IS UNCLA 


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Memorandum to Mr. E. S. Miller 
RE: INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
100-447935 


Of particular recent importance, and typical of 
its ability to exploit controversy, is the Institute for 
Policy Studies' (IPS) role in current "Pentagon Papers" 
controversy. 


had e bo 
considerable concern over an ée believed could ler. ® 
be interested in holding hearings next year on this group. b7] 


We have conducted intensive investigation of IPS 
and have considerable background and public source 
information which could be made available e 
have done so in the past with excellent results wi 
other organizations. 


The true subversive intent of IPS needs 
to be made known to the public resents an_ 
Ss. 


excellent forum to accomplish 


RECOMMENDATION : 


If you approve, urnish public source 
and background information concerning IPS to further 
public exposure of this group's revolutionary and subversive 
role in society. sy 
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while in Washington, D. C., during the period, 11/19/21. Si 


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them. Among the organizations described were the Center 
for Black Education, the Drum-and Spear Bookstore, both of 
Washington, D. C., and the ‘Mel X Liberation University 
‘of Greensboro, i j j 


“i 

7 Continuing, 

that prior to the death of RALPH FEATHERSTONE, former | 
manager of the Drum and Spear Bookstore, the FBI had one 
informant in the CBE and that subsequently a second one was. 


. developed, ~( - 


With respect ae 
ps, itt IPS invited to speak 


on the subject of what type of investigation_the FBI would 


likely conduct concerning IPS's activities. 

is scheduled to return to IPS on the night of Wednesday, 
11/24/71, at which time he reportedly will divulge specific. 
information concerning FBI activities which relate to CBE, 
Drum and Spear Bookstore, and the Malcolm X University. 
"Names and dates concerning FBI activities" are to be 
furnished. | 


A second source who reports on IPS activities, | 
d_on 23/7 


eared at IPS and informed IPS representatives 
had worked on the "IPS* case!’ which included . 
surveillances of individuals from the IPS building. He indi- 
cated his willingness to furnish to IPS all he knew about 
THE FBI's interest in IPS. : 


WFO 100-46784 


WFO is conscious of the serious nature of the above 
data. Information supplied by sources will be- furnished 
to the Bureau on an expedite’ basis as well as collateral 
investigation. 


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- A SOURCE ADVISED ON DECEMBER EIGHT, INSTANT, THAT DURING’ ~~ 
A CONVERSATION| —s———S—S~SsSSdAND ANOTHER UNIDENTIFIED 
FEMALE AT IPS ON DECEMBER SEVEN, LAST, IT WAS MENTIONED TO THE 
SOURCE THAT IPS PERSONNEL[—“‘“‘é;OOOC*d#C 

[were THEN IN A CONFERENCE WITH SOMEONE IDENTIFIED 


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December 21, 1971 


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INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
i< 


The Institute for Policy Studies is a nonprofit, 
tax exempt institution incorporated in the District of Columbia 
with an annual budget variously estimated at between $225,000 
and $400,000. The budget for 1966-67, as published in ate 
1966 brochure, was $239,000 broken down into adminiatrative 
costs at $109,300 and faculty salaries at $130,500. 


Various foundations have provided most of the 
support. These include the Edgar Stern Family Fund, the 
Samuel] Rubin Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Milbank 
Foundation, the National Board of Missions of the Presbyterian 
Church, the Cudahy Fund, and the Louis M. Rabinowitz Foundations. 


Private donations have come from such individuals as 
and the late James P. Warburg 
whose millions were spread over dozens of leftist causes. 


In a brochure issued in 1966, the Institute for 
Policy Studies states that it began operations in October, 1963. 
Other sources reveal that it was organized by "a half dozen 
young men who were government aides and scholars in the Kennedy 
years who conceived the idea of an independent research 
organization." 


The Institute for Policy Studies hag been characterized 
in an article by Edith Kermit Roosevelt appearyng on page 22 
Of the September 24, 1967, edition of a former Washington, D. C., 
newspaper, "The Examiner" as a Washington-based "Think Factory" 
which helped train extremists who incite violence in United States 
' ¢ities and whose educational research serves as a cover for 
intrigue and political agitation. 


—- 100-447935 (Institute for Policy Studies) i: 
ogee Peyeen are LL INFORMATION CONTAINED EH 6 
NCL 


Mohr “e “§ 

Bishop —————~ HEREIN ses) U ASS a y b if Cc fs 4 
eee day ey. “Oats ei — 
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Coad Original of this blind memorandum and ¢ @s of the following 
ses items furnished to Congressman Frank T. Bow: "Was Computer Wrong 


Cleveland __.__ 


Ponder on War?" ‘Washington Post}' 7/19/71; "Bad Trouble for the Country," 
Aellol Miami Sun-Sentinel, 10/11/71; "The Thinking of Positive Power," 
Walters Esquire Magazine, March, 1971; Institute for Policy Studies pamphlet 


Tele. Reon’ —entatled "The First Three Years. "ENCLOSURE 


Holmes 


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December 21, 1971 


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The November 7, 1964, issue of the "National 
Guardian” reported that its 16th Anniversary dinner was 
to be held on the evening of November 24, 1964, in the 
ballroom of the Hotel Astor in New York City. Among the 


speakers listed was Staughton Lynd, Associate Professor of 
History at Yale University. 


The December 1, 1961, edition of the "Guidet to 
Subversive Organizations and Publications" contained the 
following information concerning the "National Guardian": 


"ZY...'established by the 
American Labor Party in 1947 as a 
progressive weekly...it has manifested . 
itself from the beginning as a virtual 
official propaganda arm of Soviet Russia.'" 


"The Militant’ issue of June 7, 1965, carried an 
article entitled "A Call for Action Against the Vietnam War" 
that reported on a speech delivered by Staughton Lynd on 
May 22, 1965, at the University of California at Berkeley. 
Lynd, Professor at Yale University, stated that he was 
advocating the “nonviolent retirement of the present admini-~ 
stration, that is, the creation of civil disobedience so 
persistent and so massive that the Tuesday lunch club which 
runs this country-~Johnson, Rusk, McNamara, Bundy-~~-will 
forthwith resign." 


"The Militant" is a weekly newspaper of 
the Socialist Workers Party, which has 
been designated by the Attorney General 
of the United States pursuant to Executive 
Order 10450. 


*TOCSIN" of Oakland, California, self-described as 
"The West's Leading Anti-Communist Weekly," carried an article 
in ita May 27, 1965, issue that was entitled “The Theme was 
‘Hate America.‘ The article reported on Staughton Lynd's 


*of the House Committee on Un-American Activities 

100-396916. 

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LJB:mkl (13) | furnished to Congressman Frank T. Bow. 


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antiwar speech at the University of California on May 22, 1965, 
during which Lynd reportedly advocated obstructing American 
troops in the performance of their mission. The article 
characterized Lynd as one of four guests who were invited to 
speak at the anniversary celebration “of the Communist National 
Guardian last Nov. 24." “TOCSIN” also reported that Lynd's 
views are frequently recorded by pro-communist papers, including 
the Number 3 issue of "Free Student,” which was described as 

the “organ of the militantly pro-Viet Cong May 2nd Movement." 


Lynd was further described in the "TOCSIN" article 
as the son of two veteran backers of communist fronts. It 
was reported that his father, Columbia Professor Robert S. Lynd, 
had been affiliated over the past three decades with a number 
of organizations listed in the "Guide to Subversive Organizations 
and Publications" of the House Committee on Un-American Activities. 


The September 14, 1965, issue of the "Yale Daily News,” 
in an article entitled “Lynd Smeared, Arrested, in D.C.," reported 
that Staughton Lynd was smeared with red paint while demonstrating 


in Washington, D. C., on August 9, 1965, against United States 
action in Vietnam. He was also arrested on August 9, 1965, for 
crossing a police line on U, S. Capitol grounds and fined $100. 
The "Yale Daily News" is the official Yale University, New Haven, 
Connecticut, daily student publication. 


The "New Haven Journal-~Courier," a local New Haven 
daily metropolitan newspaper, in its iasue of December 28, 1965, 
reported that Staughton Lynd was in Hanoi, North Vietnam, on 
an unauthorized fact-finding mission. He was accompanied on 
the trip by Herbert Aptheker, “reputed Communist theoretician.” 


The February 3, 1966, issue of “The New York Times," 
daily New York City newspaper, reported that the State Department 
had revoked the passport of Staughton Lynd on the ground that 
he had violated travel regulations in visiting Hanoi and Peking. 


The "Yale Daily News" of February 24, 1966, carried 
an article, captioned "Lynd Defines Basic Beliefs, Background,” 
that reported on a meeting held on the Yale campus on 
February 23, 1966. At this meeting, Staughton Lynd explained 


wa QDn 


how he had become a "Marxist~Quaker-Pacifist~-existentialisat." 
He attributed hig Marxist beliefs to parental influence and 
stated that his father wasan avowed socialist. 

/ 

The "New Haven Journal-Courier," in its issue of 

July 18, 1967, contained an article entitled "Prof. Lynd 
Refused 3rd Job." It was reported that Staughton Lynd had 
been refused a position as Associate Professor of History at 
Chicago State College. Lynd, who was then living in Chicago, 
Illinois, was on leave of absence from Yale University without 
salary. He had previously been turned down for positions at 
the University of Illinois, Chicago campus, and Northern Illinois 
University at DeKalb, Illinois. 


The "Chicago American," a daily Chicago newspaper, 
carried an article in its October 20, 1967, issue captioned 
"Lynd Withdraws Lawsuit, OK's College Offer." This article 
reported that Staughton Lynd had agreed to withdraw a lawsuit 
and complaints to professional organizations against Chicago 
State College after a previous decision had been reversed and 
he was placed on the college payroll. 


The August 23, 1967, edition of "The Washington Daily 
News," daily Washington, D. C., newspaper, previously reported 
in a news item datelined Springfield, Illinois, that three 
Circuit Court Judges had, on August 22, 1967, upheld a decision 
denying former Yale History Professor Staughton Lynd a job at 
Chicago State College. 


The January 15, 1968, issue of the "Chicago Daily 
News," Chicago, Illinois, daily newspaper, reported that | 
Staughton Lynd had been declared a draft delinquent after he 
mailed in his draft card. 


The “Chicago Sun-Times," a daily Chicago, Illinois, 
newspaper, in ita edition of March 27, 1966, carried an article 
relating to an anti~Vietnam War affair held in Chicago early 
in March, 1966. Staughton Lynd was in Chicago to participate 
in this affair and reportedly stated that he had recently applied 
for membership in the W.E.B. DuBois Clubs of America (DCA). 


The DCA, former youth group of the Communist 
Party, USA, is now defunct. 


oa J ow 


On May 18, 1968, Staughton Lynd appeared on 
"At Random," a Columbia Broadcasting System television 
program, telecasted on that date from Chicago, Illinois. 
The main subject ander discussion was the refusal of 
Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois, to grant a full-time 
teaching position in the History Department of that University 
to Lynd, a part-time Instructor at the achool. During the 
telecast, Lynd stated that every American haz to believe in 
the right of revolution inasmuch as the United States was 
"founded on revolution” and added that in his opinion the 
black people have the right to move from civil disobedience 
to revolution at any time. 


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Re WFO airtel 11/5/71: Buairtel 11/10/71; BS 
airtel 11/23/71. 


Referenced airtels relate to sequence of events of 


the unauthorize i f the Pentagon Papers and the con- 
nection between IPS. 


s ae oY e 
In the absence of cooperative witnesses or physical 
evidence it is only possible to speculate on what actuall 
occurred or what alliances were entered into between 


suggests the following may have occurred. = 


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It is not felt that| ____——_—inaa goats aed alliance 
with others at thi a 


— in Washington, D.C. may have contacted IPS who 
cou ave made one or two 
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keeping one for themselves and providing 


set. This is compatible with IPS statements as ge forth in 


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It is to be noted that RICHARD J. BARNET of the 
was in Cambridge at the Hotel Continental at the same time 
was there, 3/21-23/71. 


independently decided to make 


Los Angeles t believe that this was a joint 
decision of IPS and in order to let the news media 


of agreement 


In May 19 


7. 


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put a lot of time and money in the project. 


trl Ina only one copy, or limited copies of 
the documents at that time, he must have been presented with a 


pidly. 
it would be 
extremely ris o use commercla acilities. 


8. [turned to "think alikes" in the Cambridge 


it is most likely that 
had prior knowledge of 
the documents and/or his intentions. 


IPS, Washington, D.C., was not directly involved 
in the eiptrtoubron of the documents to the news 
media. 


Were this the case, IPS, WDC, using its own facilities, 
could have made all copies necessary and provided these to the 
Washington bureau staffs of the involved newspapers. Instead, 
these staffs Were contacted telephonically and told to come to 


the Boston area to receive their copies. This, despite the 
possibility of further incriminating] _] 


10. Senator GRAVEL of Alaska mast likely received a 
copy of the documents from 
WDC, or was assisted by 
making copies of the Senate's copy of the docu- 
ments as provided by the Department of Defense. 


may have been acting independently of IPS in 
assisting Senator GRAVEL as[——_—iactiing in behalf of GRAVEL 
made the documents available to the "Beacon Press" in Boston. 


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It would seem that the "Beacon Press" publication of a book on 
the subject would be in competition with IPS! similar book 
“Washington Plans on Aggressive War" (WPAW). 


ll. The assistance that| J received could 
have been limited ti umber 
of people, namely land a 
few trusted youths known to the above. 


Working together and with modern copying facilities 
this group could have performed the copying activities in the 
time allotted. The distribution to the news media was simple 
enough = calls to the Washington staffs with instructions of 
where the material could be picked up, which did not require a 
large number of persons to be involved. Further, due to the 
prominence of these individuals and perhaps with more common 
sense than[____——_—sidjexhibited earlier, it is unlikely that 
they would wish to involve any more persons than necessary in 
their activity. 


Los Angeles believes this investigation is proceeding 
in an orderly and successful fashion. To substantiate the 
speculations set out above will require information from a 
source having first-hand knowledge. At present it would appear 

a source would be an individual closely associated with 
or a member of the press. 


The possibility always exists that continuing investi- 
gative pressure exerted on the individuals involved may cause 
personal conflict among these individuals which would lead one 


to come 
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INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIESCIPS), IS, DASH 
NEW LEFT (BUFILE ONE ZERO ZERO, DASH, FOUR FOUR SEVEN AES © 
THREE FIVE) (WFO FILE ONE ZERO ZERO, DASH, FOUR SIX SEVEN oe ys 
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PAGE TWO | 
THE ABOVE INFORMATION WAS FURNISHED ON A CONFIDENTIAL 
BASIS AND CANNOT BE MADE PUBLIC EXCEPT UPON ISSUANCE OF A 
SUBPOENA DUCES TECUM. 
THE IPS HAS BEEN PUBLICLY DESCRIBED AS THE THINK FACTORY 
OF THE NEW LEFT WHICH HELPS TRAIN EXTREMISTS WHO INCITE 
VIOLENCE AND WHOE EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH SERVES AS A COVER 
FOR INTRIGUE AND POLITICAL AGITATION. 
Its novep tHaT[ 
[___] InpicaTED ON NOVEMBER NINETEEN, LAST THAT HE WAS IN 
WDC ON A QUOTE FLYING TRIP UNQUOTE AT THE EXPENSE OF IPS. IT 
IS FURTHER NOTED THAT[——“—=‘“*~s*s*s*s*s*s*s*s*~*~s*~s~SCSdSAS 
BEEN IDENTIFIED AS A SPEAKER AT IPS DURING THE EVENING OF 
NOVEMBER TWENTYFOUR, LAST, AT WHICH TIME HE SOPKE ON THE 
TOPIC OF RACISM, SPECIFICALLY THE EXPLOITATION OF BLACK 
POLICEMEN BY THE QUOTE WHITE POWER STRUCTURE uNQUOTE. Pe (U) 


END PAGE TwoO 


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ADMINISTRATIVE, DASH, NON-SYMBOL SOURCE 


REFERENCE BUREAU AIRTEL, DECEMBER TWO, LAST, AND WFO 


AIRTELS NOVEMBER NINFRERA, TWENTY THREE AND TWENTY SIX, LAST. D6 
SOURCE IS DTG 


[| TO WHOM APPROPRIATE SUBPOENA DUCES TECUM SHOULD BE 


DIRECTED IN THE EVENT INFORMATION DENOTED IS REQUESTED. 
BUFFALO REQUESTED TO DISCREETLY ascertain 1F[ | 


THIS PAGE IS TO BE RETAINED IN HEADQUARTERS CITY AT 
ALL TIMES, 
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END 


MRF FBI WA DC 


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DECLASSI FICATION AUTHOSIT eRIVED FROM: 


rl AUDA I of LASS Pl ATION ule 
SIE Glee gee 20l) 


GIN, ) “ONY 
SAC, WFO (160-4674) 12/16/71 


Director, FBI (100-447935) 


secre FOR POLICY STUDIES (IP3) 


Enclosed for WFO are two Xerox copies of a leaflet 
captioned"Institute for Policy Studies PH.D. Program," which 
was posted on a bulletin board at the Internal Revenue 
Service Building, llth and Constitution Avenue, Northwest, 
Washington, DB. C. It appears to offer an excellent opportunity 
to introduce an informant or source who could eventually 
furnish high-level information concerning captioned organ- 
ization. x (U} 


You should review qualifications of current infor- 

mants and seurces in an effort to locate a candidate for 
this program. Sheuld you locate an informant or source who 
you feel qualifies for this program and could successfully 
infiltrate captioned organization in connection therewith, 
advise the Bureau of all details prier to any personal contact 
of IPS-by the BoUrce . 1X (U) 

b6 
Enclosures - 2 


WGD: jv1 | a SEY? 
(4) i oF RRASOW- POT S 


NOTE: 


I ac TT fad"'Gn Internal Revenue Service 
Building' S bulletin board and furnished Domestic Intelligence 
Division by Justice Department representative. Leaflet 
announced IPS PH.D. program under auspices of Union Graduate 
School, Yellow Springs, Ohio. This program appears to offer 
excellent entre for informant in IPS, and WFO instructed ; 


as above . (U) | | | .: 
REEZ py J (>4 
MAILED 5 v0, i 


DEC 45 1971 


SENSTUDY 75 ~- 


NOTATIONS HEREIN ACCOUNT FOR AGCESS AYD~OR DELIVERY: OF THIS DOCUMENT TO SENATE 
~ SELECT COMMITTEE (SSC) ANDOR HQUSE SELECT COMMITTEE (HSC) ON INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES. 
11:0 T NOTE, FORM IN WHICH ACCESS ANG7OR DELIVERY WAS MADE MAY BE DIFFERENT - 
‘ THAN AS REPRESENTED BY. THIS DOCUMENT AN, TeIAt CERTAIN EXCiSIONS MAY HA‘r BLEN 
MADE. FOR ABCESS - DELIVERY FORM, SEE BUFILE (5), 6216895 (GSC), 62-116464 (HSC), = - 
OO BR ee ME yp gl “any 2 


ACG. eae OATES at WEG cea pes DATE, 
.DEUs DATE: peli DATE iia 
MISG: DOCUMENTS FURNISHE® TO SSC RE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. WERE ALSO FURNISHED 
TO ESTATE OF KING THROUGH THE DEPT, AS INDICATED BELOW FOR INSTANT DOCUMENT, DATE 
DENOTING DELIVERY TO DEPT. SEE BUFILE 100-106670 FOR FORM IN WHICH FURNISHED. 


premeensnerneemmenseemmens TO DEPT. ig. Sts 


ee 


SAC, WFO (100-46784) 12/16/71 
DEPESTOE FBI (100-447935) 


\ weTrTUre FOR POLICY STUDIES (IPS) 
IS - NEW LEFT 


The House Committee on Internal Security (HCIS) 
has expressed an interest in IPS and is considering holding 
hearings on this organization next year. Approval has been 


obtained to furnish HCIS public source information concerning 


IPS. In this connection you are instructed to submit to the 
Bureau copies of all available public source documents con- 
cerning captioned organization. Examples of such items are 
as follows: The article from the 9/24/67 issue of "The 
Examiner" by Edith Kermit Roosevelt entitled “Washington 
Think Factory Trains Extremists;" the pamphlet put out by 
the Institute for Policy Studies entitled "The First Three 
Years;" the two-part series which appeared in Barron's 
Magazine 10/6/69 and 10/13/69 entitled "Radical Think Tank, 
the Institute for Policy Studies Aims to Disarm the 

United States" and “Ivory Tower Activists ~- IPS Fellows 


Lead the Radical Thrust for Social Change;" the article which | 


appeared in Esquire Magazine 3/19/71 entitled "The Thinking 
of Positive Power." 


Submit as soon as possible copies of the 2above- 
mentioned articles as well as any other public source 
documents showing the aims and subyereive Beture of Tas 


tioned organi tte : VA Md of fs 
\ . GO - re bs : 


WGD: jvl vy ene 
(4) as MAILED 25... @ pec 15 1971 
NOTE: ane ll a 


earnest 


Shackelford to E. S. Miller dated 
Wad as above indicated that HCIS could be 


interested in holding hearings on IPS next year. The Director 


approved furnishing public source and background information 


to HCIS concerning captioned group to further public exposure 
of this group's revolutionary and subversive role in society. 


A 
4 


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ee ALL INFORMATION CONTAT b7C aa 
\ / ye e HEREIN ti UNCLASSIF 7 co 
: i DATE S20 /S2—B Cu wie ON / 
MAIL ROOM TELETYPE UNIT(L_] / 


SENSTUDY 75 
enact, 


= 
FORM NO. 10 


“ of a 101-11.8 
' ”, UNITED STATES GQVERNMENT 
Memorandum 


‘DIRECTOR, FBI (100-447935) DATE: 12/21/71 


XSac , WFO (100-46784) (P) 
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sumer tis LTUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES Sa 
A 1520 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, N.W. 

ss WASHINGTON, D. C. 

TS-NEW LEFT 

(00: WFO) 


Enclosed are five copies for the Bureau and one 
information copy for New York of an LHM, dated and captioned 
as above, setting forth information pertaining to financial 
transactions of captioned institute. 


Records of the Office of the Clerk of the Surrogate 
Court, Westchester County, White Plains, New York, concerning 
the will of DANIEL J. BERNSTEIN that had been filed for probate, 
were reviewed by SA WILLIAM A. FLYNN,JR., on 4/28/71. 


The LHM is classified "Confttenttet" in view of the 
confidential nature of the information denoted, the unauthorized 
disclosure of which could prove prejudicial to the defense 
ney of ia; ao 


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SELECT COMMITTEE (SSC) AND R MOUSE SELECT COMINITTER (HSC) ON INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES. 


b_ Ri T NOTE FORM IN WHICH ACCESS AND “OR DELIVERY WAS MADE MAY BE DIFFERENT 


THAN AS REPRESENTED BY THIS JUCUMENT IN THAT CERTAIN EXCISIONS MAY HAVE BEEN 
MADE. FOR ACCESS ~ RELIVERY FORM, SEE BUFILE (S) 62116395 (SSC), 62-116464 (HSC). 


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INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
1520 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, N.W. 


-WASHINGTON, D. C. 


The Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) has been 
characterized in an article by Edith Kermit Roosevelt 
appearing on page 22 of the September 24, 1967, edition of 
a former Washington, D. C. (WDC), weekly newspaper, ''The 
Examiner." She stated in part that the IPS is a Washington- 
based "Think Factory" which helped train extremists who 
incite violence in United States cities and whose educational 
research serves as a cover for intrigue and political agitation. 
Through its conferences and seminars, the IPS asserts a 
continuing influence on the ideology and tacties of the New 
Left. 


The IPS is self-described as a non-profit, 
non-taxable, independent center for research, 
education and social invention on public 
policy problems. . 


On December 10, 1971, a confidential source, who 
has furnished reliable information in the past and is in a 


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basis and cannot be made public except upon the issuance of 

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Records of ehe-0FFice of the 

y Court, Westchester County, White Plains \ New York, reviewed on 
‘ April 28, 1971, disclosed that ‘Daniel J.ABernstein, 385 
Fort. Hill Road, Scarsdale, New York, died ‘August 20, 1970, 
‘at White Plains Hospital ite Plains, New York. He was 


lerk of the Surrogate 


Daniel J. Bernstein's will dated March 30, 1970, 
which had been filed for probate, was signed and witnessed 


New York City. 

provision that 

located at 

named as successor executor if for an 

should decide not to act as executrix. A motion had been 
made for the appointment of this successor executor. 


The will, file number 3061/1970 in Westchester 
County, New York, Surrogate's Office, provided in part, as 
follows: 


Daniel J. Bernstein devised everything of real 
property and tangible personal property to his wife. Of 
a "residual" estate, Bernstein devised one quarter hare to 
the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), 1520 New Hatpshire 
Avenue, N.W., WDC,provided that his friends, Marcus/Raskin /) 
or Richasdi’ Barnet, were directorg of the Institute and a 
further provided that either, should have the power to 
determine how the i be spent. 


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and no list of holdings or appraisal had been made.* 


Marcus Raskin and Richard Barnet have been 
publicly identified as co-directors of IPS. 


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Field Office File #; 100-467 84 Bureau File #: 100-447935 
Title: INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 

1520 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W. APPROPRIATE AGENCIES ° 

Washington, D. C. AND FIELD OFFICES. 

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Character: INTERNAL SECURITY = NEW LEFT DATE 
Synopsis: 


The popular impression of the Institute for Policy Studies— 
(IPS) as the "think tank'' of radical United States politics 
is said to be justified. Task force projects of the Institute. 
for academic year 1971 ~ 1972 are denoted under seven main 
issues, The State, The Political Economy, The New Society 
and Its Health, The Culture and Religion, Relations with 
Other Nations and People, The Encyclopedia and Project 
Groups, and Training and Educating Ph.D's. Meetings were 
held at IPS by the W. E. B. Du Bois School of Marxist 
Studies, Federal Employees fur Peace and the Vinceremos 
Brigade, in addteron to an Eleeuton ‘72 Semine? ang mecttnes 


An IPS publication and various newspaper articles indicate 
representatives of IPS utilized portions of the "Pentagon 
Papers" in a study of the Vietnam War. 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 


I. INTRODUCTION ...... Bettie ent aaa 
oe IPS TASK FORCE PROJECTS, 1971-1972 ........00005 


Te THE, SS UAL E: wo t.erieaa witha aa deeee-as 4Soe ee ace OS a4 
Ls Prison: Project 644. sctewei ew sees Boe sees 
Ze National Security State Studies ...... 
3. Legitimacy and the State .........ee0- 
4. Defense and Budgeting/Armed Forces 
and Democratization ceccocsecccvescece 
5. War Crimes and the Bureaucratic Code . 
6. Political Rhetorle wiseseescssvesvasns 
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THE. POLITICAL. ECONOMY: 4 oes:cssees See ee wea ees 
Appalachian Regional Economic Studies. 
New Form of Economics ..wecccsesceoccoe 
Psychology and Character of 
Corporate Managers ..cccrccccsccvvcvce 
Controls Over Technology ...0.--ceeec- 
Regional Economic Planning and 
Decentralized Socialism ........c0ccce« 
American Worker as Migrant Laborer ... 


THE NEW SOCIETY AND ITS HEALTH ......--cee- 
Women's Liberation Studies ....ccceees 
Black Cooperative Reconstruction ..... 
New Forms of Social Knowledge for 
ReconStruction .rcececsevsccoes 
Neighborhood Studies ...ncscescsccsroee 
Anarchism and Liberation .....-...0+e¢60- 
Humanizgation of Work ....ccecevcessves 
New Schools . Sige ieigéueveteais wisi es o% 


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8. Medical Health Education and 

Health Workers s.ccecsseneceendeceeees 
9. Alternate Forms of Social 

Existence and Family Relations ....... 


fo. THE CULTURE AND RELIGION ......cccceseccece 
iy Religion and Social Action ..ccwcccoee 
2s Art and Museum Study Group ....csccces 

i The Federal Government as a 
PAPUSR | 643.0 hel S010 61564 8A AROS eee ea ee 


Is, RELATIONS WITH OTHER NATIONS AND PEOPLE ... 
1. United Nations Study Group ..........-. 
26 Brazilian American Studies ........... 

3. Development of Transitional 
Institutions ee?@eogvneecoeve oe Geeeeeeowvweeeeoese 
/ Fs THE ENCYCLOPEDIA AND PROJECT GROUPS ....... 
L. Encyclopedia Plans and Fractices ..... 
Ze Project Groups: .ic06.6 8s bec tiene eases 
JG. TRAINING AND EDUCATING Ph.D's ......cccese. 
MEETINGS HELD AT IPS eoooece eo eoeece once ee eenanee cee ee @ 


&.  W. E. B. DU BOIS SCHOOL OF MARXIST 
STUDIES (DSMS) eaeceo0oevr GCeHGHeeoOeHeeeaeseenwreeoenvaeeewee 


YS. FEDERAL EMPLOYFES FOR PEACE (F. E. P.) ..e. 
/C.  VENCEREMOS BRIGADE (VB) ...cceseccscesouees 

D. IPS PRISON PROJECT ...ccccccccececvescecees 
/%, LECTION '72 SEMINAR ....ccceccesececcceecs 


JF. MIDDLE EAST RESEARCH AND INFORMATION 
PROJECT @oaseveetoeeroeoeoecaeevetceweoSeeteeoooseoe 


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I. INTRODUCTION 


The Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) has been 
characterized in an article by EDITH KERMIT ROOSEVELT 
appearing on page 22 of the September 24, 1967, edition of 
a former Washington, D. C. (WDC), weekly newspaper, "The 
Examiner."' She stated in part that the IPS is a Washington- 
based "Think Factory" which helped train extremists who 
incite violence in United States cities and whose educational 
research serves as a cover for intrigue and political agitation. 
Through its conferences and seminars, the IPS asserts a continuing 
influence on the ideology and tactics of the New Left. 


The IPS is self-described as a non-profit, 
non-taxable, independent center for research, 
education and social invention on public 
policy problems. 


On September 29, 1971, WF T-1 related the following 
interpretative information on the role taken by IPS in radical 


politics: Sin ith 


The popular impression of IPS as the "think tank" 
of radical United States politics is justified. It has taken 
and continues to take a major role in the anti-war movement 
and calls for disarmament. While IPS people see themselves 
as leaders of radical thought, they appear to be leaders without 
a popular constituency. Radicals, liberals et al will attend 
a meeting convened by IPS, but then quickly realize that 
the meeting is rigidly controlled by IPS personnel and that 
IPS ideas are not to be rejected. It would appear that the 
entire TPS apparatsenjoys the position of radical leader- 
ship, but the -a¢ademic direction taken by its personnel will 
always isolate them from popular support. The IPS is very 
conscious of its lacking in staff personnel who are prepared 
to follow through on projects, and it appears to be an organization 
of "all chiefs and no Indians “hY—(f 


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II, IPS TASK FORCE PROJECTS, 1971-1972 


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B, THE POLITICAL ECONOMY 


1. Appalachian Regional Economic Studies - Deals 


with the transformation of Appalachia into a decolonized 
area. The Peoples’ Appalachian Research Collective operates 
in Morgantown, West Virginia, and at the Institute. It has 
organized a community union, an energy industry reporting 
service, a magazine, and it has developed a workbock on 
regional economic development. . 


The article appearing in the March, 1971, 
edition of Esquire Magazine, entitled 

"The Thinking of Positive Power," by 

GARRY WILLS, reports that IPS Fellow ROBB 
BURLAGE "has recruited a team of people 

to revitalize the Appalachian region." 

It notes that BURLAGE's project was begun 
several years ago and "anticipated many 
environmental concerns - the 

revelations of power - industry laxness, the 
treatment of ecosystems as a whole, citizens' 
actions against regional polluters.'' The 
author attributes the team of BURLAGE as. 
being one of the first groups to make the 
tie-in between young rebels and exploited 
workers. 


ROBB KENDRICK BURLAGE ig bublicly described 

as an IPS Resident Fellow, A. B. University of 
Texas; Research Fellow, Harvard University; 
formerly Director of Research, State Plan- 
ning Office, State of Tennessee and author 

of articles on economics. He has been 
identified as a leader of the Peoples' 
Appalachian Research Collective (PARC). 


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III. MEETINGS HELD AT IPS 


A. W. E. B. DU BOIS SCHOOL OF MARXIST STUDIFS (DSMS) - 
A source advised that the DSMS would sponsor a class ‘Anarchism 


and Marxism," commencing July 14, 1971, at IPS and co-taught 


The W. FE. B. DuBois School of Marxist Studies 
(DuBois School), WDC, is self-identified 

through its Spring, 1971, catalog as having 

been founded because "....many activists do 

not relate to or comprehend the social forces, 
the mass movements, and the quality of 
organization and leadership needed for revolutionary 
struggle. Therefore, the most urgent requirement 
at the present time, whether in the ghettos or 
elsewhere, is to organize the people and to 
spread as widely as possible a knowledge 

of Marxism as the Science of Social Change." 


| OH) 
in a of 1947, WF T-3)identitried ° 
as a very conscientious 


communist who was an active member of the 
Communist Party (CP) in 1935. 


advised in 1948 that on 


stated that she 
received a CP transfer from New York for 


_| Subsequently, in 1948, 
Shed | 


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A source furnished the following course outline 
for the DSMS sponsored class, "Anarchism and Marxism," held 
on Wednesday nights at IPS: 


Session 


Session 


Session 
Session 
Session 


Session 
Session 
Session 
Session 
Session 


Session 


Session 


1 


2 


Defining Anarchism and Marxism. 

A Brief History and Marxist 
Critique of Anarchist Movements 

in the United States of America. 
The State, Its Role for Anarchists. 
The State, Its Role for Marxists. 


How Do We Change Society? 


Freedom and the Individual, 
Anarchist and Marxist Conceptions. 


The Libertarian Point of View: 
STIRNER and RAND. 


The Role of Anarchists and 
Marxists in Major Historical 
Wpisodes. 

The Paris Commune. 


Kronstadt. 


The Spanish Civil War. 


Are the Socialist Countries Moving 
Toward a Free Society? 


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A source furnished a copy of the course outline 
on "Labor History," a continuation of the Anarchism/Marxism 
study group, beginning Wednesday evening, 7:30 p.m., 
October 20, 1971, and continuing every Wednesday thereafter 
at IPS. The joint discussion course, led by HFSS 
was outlined as follows: 


Session 1 Ethnic - Cultural Background of 
the American Society; The First 
Black and White Slaves. 


Session Colonial Workers and Their 
Role in the American Revolution 


Session Organizing Begins and the Fra of 
Utopian Socialism Unfolds (1783-1837). 


Session Working Men and Women in the 
Civil War. 


Session The Feonomy Develops (1860- 
1873); Class and Democracy. 


Session Class Lines Harden; Militancy 
and Struggles Before the Turn of the 
Century. 


Session Political Action and Class 
Consciousness (1896-1900). 


Session Industrial and Financial Monopoly 
Develops; State Power Moves 
Against Labor (1900-1914). 


Session - Trade Unionism and the First 
World War. 


Session New Militancy, Old Militants, 
and New Attacks; Socialists, 
Communists, Wobplies (1921-1929). 


PRES 


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Session 11 The New Deal; Liberal Illusions; 
Red-Baiting and World War II. 


Session 12 The Working Class Today - A 
New Awakening? 


WF T-2 | 
October 29, 1971 
A source advised that 


presents a Marxist analysis of the major news events 
of the preceding week on Sundays, 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p. mis 
at IPS. 


WF T-5 
November 10, 1971 


B. FEDERAL EMPLOYEES FOR PEACE (FEP) - A source 
furnished a copy of a flyer announcing a general meeting of 
the FEP would be held at IPS on September 27, 1971, at 
7:30 p.m. to discuss plans for Fall activities of the 
organization. 


WF T-1 | 
eptember 29, 1971 | 


A source advised that the FEP is a loosely 
organized group of United States Government 
workers who are totally opposed to the Vietnam 
War and seeking a forum to be able to give 
legitimate expression to their pacifist, anti- 
war views. The source further advised that 
FEP members claim the organization has no 
formal leadership and that it is composed 

of United States Government workers who have 
banded together in an informal manner so as 

to achieve a unified voice for expressing 


anti-war views. 
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C. VENCEREMOS BRIGADE (VB) - A source advised that 
a meeting would be held at 8:00 p.m. on October 12, 1971, at 
meet recruitment for the Fifth Contingent of the 
VB, SoA 


WF T-1 
October 12, 1971 \ 


The VB was formed in June, 1969, by a 
coalition of New Left organizations to 
encourage American youth to travel to Cuba 
in defiance of a ban on travel to that 
country by the United States Department 

of State. The ostensible purpose of 

the travel was to assist the Castro regime 
in the harvesting of sugar cane and other 
agricultural products and to give young 
Americans the experience of living in a revolutionary 
communist country. 


D. IPS PRISON PROJECT - A source advised that a ametiats 
was held at IPS during the evening of pe pLember 21, 1971, 


with regard to prison cond National b6 
Prison Monitoring System." identified ite 
as the principal speaker at the meeting, presented a five 


year program on prison reform that should provide sufficient 
incentive to hold the movement together for a five year 


period. hae 
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September 22, 1971 


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A source advised the meeting at IPS on September 21, 
1971, held in a conference room on the second floor, commenced 
at approximately 7:45 p.m., and was attended by persons 
interested in a recent prisoner rebellion at Attica, New York, 
State Penitentiary. Various forthcoming demonstrations in 
WDC and throughout the United States were announced and the 
principal speaker, who monopolized about eighty percent of 
the discussion time, pointed to July, 1976, as the target 
date for achieving their goals. He stated that if their 
goals are not realized by that date, another tactic would be 
utilized which would "resemble a Bastille."' The goals were 
described as destruction of the present system of government 
in the United States, taking over of the government by the 
people, and replacing it with a socialist form of government. 


The principal speaker further stated the present 
form of civil disobedience started in 1965 and has achieved 
much for the movement; however, there has never been any 
successful planning and that extensive planning is needed in 
order to know ''the character and form the revolution will 
take."" He indicated that direct action is needed in regard 
to prisons and prisoners at the present time. He stated 
that now is the time to start an upheaval at the Lorton 
Reformatory, Lorton, Virginia, and advocated a policy of 
allowing prisoners to run their own prison. 


The meeting subsequently broke up into six 


workshop committees. 
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September 22, 197 


A source noted that several flyers were passed out 
at the September 21, 1971, meeting at IPS announcing various 
upcoming demonstrations in addition to a two page flyer 
entitled "Possible Alternatives to Imprisonment - Possible 
Project I: Abolition of Prisons,'' which comprised the central 
theme of| __—i|speech and Follows: 1 ¢ 


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September 22, 1971 


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Pos sible Praicet £3 Pala da, of Teisons 


What would be the impact of a national campaign built around the demand 
that by July 4, 1976, all tie prisoners in al1 U.S, prisons must be released 
and the prisons abolishca? 


Reasons for undertaking such a campaign: 
1, Intrinsicelly, prisons sre terrible and should be closed. They are prob- 
ably second only to ver in inhumanity and as instruments of terror, 

domination and exploitation. res 
2. Ending priscas would require the transformation of American socicty: the 
abolition of poverty and the creation of participatory democracy and 
real commimity, at the least. For those who believe in the neec for 
such a transformation, prisons might be an important arena or issue to 


raise, : 
3. But this has always been true: why organizc now for abolition? jh 


(a) Because in the last decade's general social insurgency (political, 
civil disobedience, drugs, ate., ete.) more midd}e-class peagle 
have been forecd to experience the personal disastrousness of 

.'. prisons--for themselves or their frienjs--than has decn true in 
a very long time. ‘They have begun to see a bit of what the 
poor, Blacks, etc. have been soing throvch ell ae time. Thus 
even liberals are unusually sensitive to this iss 2 
moment, though most of them would also be frighter ta first-- 
by an Abolish the Prisons campaign. = 


{b) Because the same general social insurgency 
~ people who have long been victims of ie 
“of prisoners and ex-prisoners now see the 
- the result of a porrercat reality, possib 
political action. 


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&. More Arcricans are now more awake to the possibility and desirability of 
¢ © basic socia il trensformetion than fcr a long time, and therefore fever 
Americans vould os likely to be totally freaked out by an Abolish the 
\- Prisons campaign that accepted and argued the necessity of basic trens- 
formation. 


9. There are strong nonvielent, liberterian, decentralist, and cownuniterdcn 
chiteceis div the po cent len oh een tar had te peel. bends 2c : 
which lo argue, create, invent, their ovn-vork, (Except perbaps Ghat ca: 

peaigns far Black litteeerion in the carly 'GOs aad worcn | S liberation now 


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have done this--rut each has built-in limite on participation.) Of course 
nonviolent, cle. groups have vorked against the war, against the draft, 
for counter-comunilies, cte.; but the war hes been the only great nations] 
issue around which many meny local groups have Leen able to create their 
own politics, znd on that issue noaviolent, libertarian, decentralist, and 
conmimnitaricn thought has been drorned out by Statict thought--whether 

ae 


liberal or Marxist. A movement to Abolish Vndsons would make anti-Statist 
politics much more real and definable 


"Abolish Prisons" would be a way of raising issues of domestic racism, repres- 
sion; and exploitation that have rarely been well raised in the last decade-- _ 
only momentarily around “Pree Bobby" or "Free the Chicago Cons spiracy," and ; 
never in terms of our own knowledze that all prisoners ere political prison- 
ers, ‘The jeils are the domestic equivalent of Vietnam--that is, the werst 
continuous example of domestic domination as Vietnam is of foreign imperiale- 
ism. ; . ibe 


Blacks and pocer po ae are traditionally those most often jailed, but "middle- 
@lass"' radicals and counter-culture people are already deing jailed and can - 
expect to be more. mee campaigning to Abolish Prisons should open possi- 
bilities of coalition, cross-class contact, etc., thac vould be new. An- ' 
"Abolish Prisons" campcisn vould not be "for others" only, but for all who - 
engage in it. Usually, good politics comes ovt of being for-yourself-end- 
others. 


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The campaign could include a whole range of appr eanenee and tactics: comuittces 
to investisete local jails, legal suits arguing all imprisonment is cruel: 
and unusual punishment, mass demos outside jails, demands for universal am- . 
nesties from sovernors and the President, analysis of the nature and causes 
of "crime," experimental projects in dealing with "eririnals" in totally 
different non-compulsion ways, sit-downs from inside and outside the j 
walk-ins, etc. ete. Colleges could take on the job of closing the jai 
mearest them--ete, 5 
The first etudned fear ve ould: mect from nese people would have to Se ansivere 
ed by at least a beginning discussion of alternatives--both in terms of 
“What kind of society doesn't need jails?" and in terms of "What other weys 
‘could be used to deal with ‘crime'?" We would have five years, 'till 1976, 
to create alternatives. 


Piobably, as with the “End the War Now" campaign that began in '66, “Abolis! 
Prisons" would help create a series of waves of lesser demands Jatt reform, 

\% community control of cops, free "political" prisoners OUEys orks ~release, 
Conjugal visits, ete, ete. 6 


Such a campaign might help combat the increasing “repression campaign by 
setting a further out "boundary' on the left by which to measure. 


It vould be very good for the movement to think, plan, and work on a grpeet 
time scale, 


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A source advised thatL_ —“—~‘Cs*~™~—~—C—CY bo 
[sare presently involved in an IPS campaign to "abolish lege 
Prisons" and furnished the following copy of a memorandum, 
authored b and captioned "Proposed 


Basic Strategy 0 rison Project:" 
. as) 
WF T-1 
September 29, 1971 


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A source advised that a meeting was held at IPS 


during the evening of October 5, 1971, concerning the prison b6 
roiect, This meeting, dominated by[ pic 
a was attended by approximately thirty-five persons and 


the discussion centered upon previous demonstrations at prisons 
and plans for a possible forthcoming teach-in for the abolition 


of prisons. 
WF T-5 
October 6, 1971 


A source related that a seminar on the prison 
system was scheduled to be held at IPS on October 17, 1971. 
The stated purpose of the seminar was to provide information 
, for those who wish to remain seriously involved with the 
project. Plans were made to utilize speakers who have had 
personal experience in prisons, organizing prisoners and 
support groups, and involvment in the search for alternatives 


to the prison system. 
WF T-1 
October 13, 1971 \ 


A source noted that a general meeting on the prison 
project was scheduled at IPS during the evening of November 2, 
1971. The purpose of this meeting was to discuss the goal 
and politics of the group and to develop .a more specitic fecus 
or thrust in terms of overall objectives. [K 


This source subsequently advised it was decided at 
the meeting that (1) more emphasis should be placed on the 
business and purpose of the meetings; (2) more publicity 
would be necessary for the project to survive; (3) the work- 
shops should increase and become more cooperative; (4) more 
people should become better acquainted; (5) more endorsements 
should be made to prison abolition studies; and (6) more funds 
would have to be raised for the survival of the project 


WE T-5 
November 3, 1971. and 
November 10, 1971 


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A source related that thirty-two individuals were 
in attendance at the prison project meeting at IPS on 
November 2, 1971. The group, which named itself the 
"D. C. Commons," ie individuals concerned about 


conditions in jails. 
aes 3, 1971 yA 


A conference entitled "Alternatives to Prison" and 
described as a "gathering of people who are involved in 
concrete work in prison struggles" was scheduled to be held at 
IPS November 13 - 15, 1971, as a part of the overall IPS prison 
project. It was understood that a budget of $1,500 had been 
allocated to the IPS prison project and that more money was 
being sought. An agenda for the conference listed discussion 
topics as (1) State of the Internal Prison Struggle; (2) 
Summary and Projections; (3) State of the Prison Support 
Struggle; and (4) The Abolition Demand and Its Implications, 


WF T-1 
November 2, 1971 


A source was advised that the conference at IPS 
during the weekend of November 13-15, 1971, concerned the 
prison issue and was attended by persons from _throughout the 
country. It was indicated to the source eis b6 

would devote their energies to national DIC 

activities concerning the prison issue and the Red House 
Collective would handle the issue on the WDC level, It 
was further noted that future plans for prison abolition 
activities in WDC were indefinite and those individuals on 
the mailing list for the prison abolition project would be 
notified by newsletter of any forthcoming oo eee 


WF T-5 : 
November 16, 1971, and, 
ember 22, 1971 


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The Red House Collective is publicly 
described as a radical bookstore located 
at 1247 20th Street, N.W., WDC. 


Be ELECTION '72 SEMINAR - A source furnished a copy 
of an IPS memorandum, dated November 16, 1971, noting that 
an "Election '72 Seminar’ would be held at IPS at 2:00 p.m. 
on November 17, 1971, "to analyze where the movement is at 
this time.'' The memorandum further noted that, "Out of the 
seminar last friday came a general agreement that the 1972 
election should be the focus of a series of seminars involving 
a variety of people...." 


WF T-5 
November 26, 1971 3K 


F. MIDDLE EAST RESEARCH AND INFORMATION PROJECT - A source 
furnished a copy of an undated IPS memorandum noting that a 
meeting of the Middle East Research and Information Project 
weuld be held at IPS at 2:00 p.m. on October 22, 1971. The 
discussion was planned to center upon political and economic 


developments in and around Israel. 
WF T-l1 | “ 
November 2, 1971 


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The above section concerning finances cannot be 
made public without the issuance of a subpoena duces tecum. 


T-9 
July 2, 1971 - 
December 2, 1971 
The Bay Area Institute (BAI), 9 Sutter Street, 
Suite 300, San Francisco, California, has 
been publicly described as an offshoot of 
IPS, having been supplied by the parent 
organization with seed money, advice, connections, 


lawyers and angels, but representing an 
implicit criticism of the WDC Institute. 


Concerning the Institute for Southern 

Studies and/or IPS, Atlanta, Georgia, WF T-10 
advised in July, 1970, that IPS had opened 

an office at 5 Forsyth Street in Atlanta 

and thereafter reported that IPS was allegedly 
studying the effects of war on the southern 
economy, that it was conducting research on 
war-related industries in the South, and that 
its purpose was to identify war-related 
industrial contractors in the Atlanta area 
to determine the extent of the part played 

by these contractors in what they termed the 
"military industrial complex.'' In February, 
1971, this source reported that the Atlanta 
IPS was affiliated with the IPS headquartered 
in WDC, and in Atlanta this group was being 
referred to as the Institute for Southern 
Studies (ISS). 


6. 


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The Center for Black Education (CBE) has 
been previously characterized herein. 


The Drum and Spear Bookstore was described 
in essence in the August 8, 19638, edition 
of "The Washington Post Times Herald," a 
WDC daily newspaper, on Page B-1, as a 
bookstore specializing in literary works 
by Negro authors and books on Asian, 
African or Afro-American subjects. The 
bookstore is owned by the_Afro-American 
Resources, Incorporated 


The Afro-American Resources, Incorporated, 
according to its articles of incorporation, 
which were filed in WDC, is a charitable, 
educational corporation, whose purposes are 
to serve humanity by emphasizing Afro- 
fmerican resources. 


The Student National Coordinating 

Committee (SNCC) was formerly known as 

the Student Nonviolent Coordinating 
Committee and was founded in 1960 during 

the period of civil rights activity 

in the South. The organization advocates 

the use of force to achieve revolutionary 
goals and the destruction of the capitalistic 
system of government. in the United States. 


The tabloid, "Off Our Backs," 2318 

Ashmead Place, N.W., WDC, 20009, has 

been publicly described as a publication 
by a group of women concerned with women's 
liberation. 


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Records of the Office of Recorder of 
Deeds, District of Columbia, Corporation 
Division, in Certificate Number 702396 
contain the articles of incorporation for 
The New Classroom, 3735 Joclyn Street, N.W., 
WDC, which had been filed on October 7, 
1970. These articles indicate The New 
Classroom was non-profit, domestic, 
perpetual in duration, and was formed 

for charitable, educational, scientific 
and literary aims. Its purposes are 
shown as promotion of seminars and 
publications on matters of public and 
scholarly interests, and support of 
scholarly and literary efforts by the 
organization's faculty and Fellows. 


V. MISCELLANEOUS 


As noted previously in this report under Section ITI, 
IPS Task Force Projects, 1971-1972, an examination of the 
functions of the State apparatus, and its dismantling, was 
denoted as an aim of the National Security State Studies group. 
Included in this project was compilation and completion of the 


publication Washington Plans an Aggressive War together with 
its soon-to-be published companion volume, Washington Wages 


an Aggressive War. 


The back cover page of the book, Washington Plans 
an Aggressive War, denotes the following: 
"This book is a view of what happened in the 
Vietnam war, why it happened, and what steps need 
to be taken to prevent it from happening again. 


"Messrs. STAVINS, BARNET and RASKIN assert 
that the war 45, NO gcident; that it was not the 
result of - int atbe-errors but was rather the 


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consequence of calculable plans and decisions to 
proceed with them. The authors have set out to 
discover the roots of the war and the means by which 
the leaders of our government decided to commit 

the population and resources of this country to 

the aggressive pursuit of predetermined foreign 
policy aims in Southeast Asia. To that end they 
have drawn not only on the now-famous 'Pentagon 
papers' but also on other government documents 

from the State Department, the Defense Department, 
the White House and the intelligence community, 

and also from intensive interviews with more than | 
three hundred of the men who made the war. 


"'Washington Plans an Aggressive War' is a 
revealing, firsthand study that takes us well beyond what 
the Pentagon's analysts have written. Twenty 
months in preparation, this study, and its soon- 
to-be published companion volume, 'Washington 
Wages an Aggressive War,' provide not only an 
intensive view of the secret deliberations at the 
highest levels of government, but offer an analysis 
of the motivation, psychology and designs of the 
warmakers themselves. In addition to a documented 
history of the planning of the war, this book 
contains an interpretation by RICHARD BARNET of the 
bureaucratic process that led to the war. There 
is also a series of proposals by MARCUS RASKIN to 
avoid such a catastrophe in the future through 
the restoration of representative democracy and 
institutional checks on secret decision-making." 


The preface of this book set forth, in part, 
the following: 


" ‘Washington Plans an Aggressive War' is the 


result of an intensive study carried on by members 
of the Institute for Policy Studies over a twenty- 


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month period. The findings have been the subject 

of continuous seminars at the Institute, which 

is building a collection of materials on the war. \ 
The study, however, is the responsibility of its 
authors and does not.necessarily reflect the views 

of the Institute, its trustees, or Fellows. Two 

of the authors of this volume, RICHARD J. BARNET 

and MARCUS G. RASKIN, have been students and critics 
of U. S. policy in Vietnam for a decade. Both 
witnessed the crucial escalation of the war in the 
Kennedy Administration while serving as officials 

in the Department of State and the White House. 

In early 1970, MARCUS RASKIN conceived the idea 

of a study which would attempt to explain how the 
Vietnam disaster happened by analyzing the planning 
of the war. <A study team directed by RALPH STAVINS 
concentrated on finding out who did the actual 
planning which led to the decisions to bombard 

North Vietnam, to introduce over a half- 

million U. S. troops into South Vietnam, to defoliate 
and destroy vast areas of Indochina, and to create 
millions of refugees in the area. The purpose of 

the study was to understand how and why all this 
happened. We hoped to lay bare for the American 
people the operations of the nation security 
bureaucracy so that the nation might take steps to 
ensure that the same political pressures, ideological 
delusions, and bureaucratic impulses do not push 

us into another catastrophic involvement in which the 
United States once more seeks to project its power 

by killing on a grand scale. Thus, while we 

believe the study makes a contribution to general 
understanding of the operations of the U. S. national 
security structures, our primary interest is in — 
the transformation of those structures. —— \ wxo Wirt * 


"We approached the study with two explicit biases. 
The first was that the war was politically and morally 
wrong from the outset. That bias was completely con- 


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of documentary evidence, much of which has now been 
made public. t isa as which, according to 
recent public opinion polls, a majority of the 
country now shares. The second bias was that the 
lawlessness of the nation-state constitutes the 
greatest threat to peace and human survival. The 
only hope of subjecting the state to law is to hold 
individuals who act for the state responsible for 
their acts. Thus the establishment of personal 
responsibility of national security officials for 
what they do in the name of the American people is 
the key to any program of practical reconstruction." 


firmed for us in the course of the study by mountains 


The Preface further notes that a team headed by 
STAVINS interviewed more than three hundred individuals in 
sonceals sntrele aioe emer ee aperetate isthe 


ES Suthors 
hale TeESTARTES backed up oral 
statements with documents, ane fading portions ofthe 
n P “Ff t ‘ETE study drew 
planning operations in the Department of Defense, the 
White House, the Department of State, and the Central 
Intelligence Agency. 


The Preface of the book continues as follows: 


"The study is being published in two volumes. 
Volume II, which will appear in May, 1972, contains 
detailed accounts of the planning management of the 
air war, the defoliation program, the pacification 
program, and other military operations. It also 
contains an analysis of the character of the national 
security managers by MICHARL MACCOBY, an account of 
the bureaucratic command structure by LFONARD RODBFRG, 
an account of the resettlement program by MILTON KOTLFR, 
and a legal analysis of criminal responsibility by 
RICHARD FALK. Volume I is in three parts: The first, 


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an historical essay by RALPH STAVINS, is the story 
of how the war happened. The second, an analytical 
essay by RICHARD BARNET, is an explanation of why 
it happened. The third, an analysis of the 

erosion of Congressional power and a series of proposals 
by MARCUS RASKIN, is a program for demilitarizing the 
national security bureaucracy and introducing legal 
standards of individual responsibility. The 
emphasis throughout has been on naming names, 

not to be vindictive but to emphasize a fundamental 
point: The war in Vietnam was the product of 
individual decisions of identifiable men. It 

was more than the work of a faceless 'system!' 

or inexorable bureaucratic process. Much less 

can it be ascribed to the collective guilt of 

the American people, less than one percent of whom 
knew the facts. Under the national security 

system as it now exists, even the people's 
representatives in the Congress appear powerless 

to oppose an Executive bent on making war abroad 
whenever he is prepared to mislead the public to 
gain support for the effort. . 


"We believe, however, that the basic question 
raised by this horrendous chapter in our history 
is not deception. Had the Congress been fully 
informed or had the people been told the truth, the 
destruction of Vietnam under the circumstances now 
on the record would still have been a crime. We 
are prepared to believe that many of the men who 
have persisted for more than a decade in destroying 
Indochina thought - at least when they started - that 
they were justified in what they were doing. But 
the judgment by the American people of what the 
planners of the war did in their name must be 
based not on the war managers' own rationalization 
but on their acts. The world cannot afford to 
countenance acts of mass destruction because the 
men who give the orders claim to be sincere and 
upright men. 


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"The record establishes that the top civilian 
leadership of our country planned and carried out 
an aggressive war against a people who did not 
and could not hurt the United States. Under 
precedents established by the United States and 
imposed upon other countries, this pattern of 
conduct constitutes a war crime. Despite the 
frequent insistence among those who have held positions 
in the national security bureaucracy that all 
talk of war crimes committed by high officials 
is a form of ‘witch hunt' or 'McCarthyism of the 
left,' that diversionary tactic is a poor defense. 
The enactment and enforcement of laws against war 
crimes can hardly be construed as McCarthyism. 

We believe that those who have brought dishonor 

to the American people by planning and executing 
an aggressive war must be publicly identified and 
barred, at least for a decade, from holding 
positions of public trust. Only if the American 
people ‘confront the crimes that have been committed 
in their name and those responsible for them will 
it be possible to make a break with a collective 
past that has scarred each one of us," 


a b6 
letter to the Fditor, dated DIC 


August 1, 1965, which appeared in the 
August 9, 1965, edition of the New York 
Times newspaper. The letter protested 
United States intervention in the 
Dominican Republic and was generally 
critical of United States Foreign Policy 
towards Latin America. 


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The August 18, 1971, edition of "The Washington 
Post'' newspaper, WDC, contained an article on page A-1 
captioned ''Sen. GRAVEL to Publish War Papers," by KEN 
W. CLAWSON, Staff Writer. The article related that United 
States Senator MIKE GRAVEL of Alaska turned over documents 
from the Pentagon Study of the Vietnam War to Beacon Press, 
a Boston publisher, for compilation into a four volume book 
to be released in late October, 1971, in paperback and hard 
cover editions. The book was reported to be entitled 
"The Senator GRAVEL Edition of the Pentagon Papers: The 
Defense Department History of Decision Making on Vietnam," 


The article in part noted that Beacon Press 
agreed to publish Senator GRAVEL's copies of the documents 
following negotions with Dr., LEONARD S. RODBERG, former 
University of Maryland Physicist and a Fellow at IPS, and 
after five other publishers had turned RODBERG down. RODBERG 
was reported to have indicated that five New York publishing 
houses and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) 
Press in Cambridge, Massachusetts, had turned down offers 
to publish the documents before Beacon Press agreed to do so. 
RODBERG was reported to have stated the New York publishing 
house of Simon and Shuster had been prepared to publish 
the documents supplied to GRAVEL "by an as yet unidentified 
source" until the Bantam Book publication of the papers went 
on the market in July, 1971. RODBERG reportedly indicated 
the major publishing houses turned down the material on 
the grounds that it was a losing commercial venture. 


The article related that RODBERG's involvement with 
Senator GRAVEL stemmed from the Senator's June 29, 1971, 
speech before the United States Senate in which,he read 
parts of the documents and placed about four theusand 
pages into the record of his Public Works Subcommittee. 


The September 13, 1971, edition of "Diamondback," 
the University of Maryland student newspaper, carried a 
front page article captioned 'Former MU Prof RODBERG 
Challanges Subpoena in Pentagon Papers Case," which set 


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forth an interview by student reporter MIKE CRIM with 
RODBERG. The article described RODBERG as a member of 

the personal staff of Senator MIKE GRAVEL, who was 
subpoenaed to testify before a Boston Grand Jury investigating 
possible violations of the Federal Espionage Act. RODBMPRG, 
in the telephone interview, reportedly said he was willing 
to go to jail if necessary to keep from testifying. RODBERG 
was reported to have said he would not testify even if the 
motion of his lawyers to quash the subpoena was denied, 
becuase to testify would entail a breach of confidence 
between Seantor GRAVEL and himself. 


RODBERG reportedly also indicated a four volume 
paperback edition of the study on the beginnings of the 
Vietnam War titled "The Senator GRAVFL Fdition of the 
Pentagon Papers'' would be published by the Beacon Press 
in Boston the following month and would be two thousand 
nine hundred fifty-two pages in length. 


RODBERG described in the article as a member of 
IPS and a part-time professor at the University of Maryland, 
reportedly said he knew of the Pentagon Papers but_did not 
have access to them before their release by the press. 


An article captioned "Legal Obstacle Blocking 
Boston Grand Jury in Its Investigation of the Release of 
Pentagon Papers," by ROBERT REINHOLD, which appeared in the 


November 1, 1971, edition of ''The New York Times'' newspaper, 


reported that among others, RALPH L. STAVINS, LEONARD S. 
RODBFRG, and RICHARD FALK, had been subpoenaed to testify 
before a Federal ‘Grand Jury in Boston looking into the 


unauthorized distribution and publication of the Pentagon Papers. 


4n article entitled "Court Permits U. S. to Resume 
Limited Quiz on Pentagon Papers," by SANFORD J. UNGAR, which 
appeared in the November 30, 1971, edition of ''The Washington 
Post" newspaper, noted in part that a federal appeals court 
in Boston had ruled that Dr. LEONARD S. RODBYPG, described 


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as a staff aide to Senator MIKE GRAVEL of Alaska, could 
not be subpoenaed "until further order of this court." 
The article also reported the ruling "banned the Grand 
Jury from ‘questioning any other witness ‘concerning 

the acquisition, use, publication or republication of 
the Pentagon Papers' by GRAVEL or members of his staff.‘ 


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UNIFED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


Washington, D. C. 20535 


In Reply, Please Refer to December 17, 1971 
File No. 


INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
1520 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W. 
Washington, D. C. 


Character INTERNAL SECURITY - NEW LEFT 


dated and captioned as above. 


All sources (except any listed below) whose identities 
are concealed in referenced communication have furnished reliable 
information in the past. 


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This document contuins neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It ts the property 
of the FBI and ts louned to your agency; it and its contents are not to be distributed outside 
your agency, ts 


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recorded by Automatic Data Processing (ADP) so an effective 
printout depicting telephone contacts of captioned organization 
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IPS has been characterized as the think factory of the New Left 
which helps train extremists who incite violence and whose 
D6 educational research serves as a cover for intrigue and political 
b7C witation. In January, 1971, the Director approved an expansion 
of this investigation beyond contacts with established sources. ! 


IPS has apparently had access to the "Pentagon Papers" 
as evidenced by a book authored by individuals connected with 
IPS called "Washington Plans an Aggressive War," which quoted 
portions of the Vietnam Task rece Stud PS principals 
have also had contact wit as well as individuals 
responsible for distribution of copies of documents stolen in 
the burglary of the Media, Pennsylvania, Resident Agency. 
Members of IPS additionally appear to be aligned ideologically 
with individuals involved in the EASTCON conspiracy investigation.L{ 


The toll records of IPS, which were obtained by 
issuance of.a subpoena in connection with the MC LEK investigation, 
' cover a period of six months during which approximately 5,000 
telephone toll calls were made. These and additional J. 


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Re: Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) 
1520 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W. 
Washington, D. C. 

100-447935 


records as they are received will be submitted to the Voucher- 
Statistical Section, Administrative Division, for recording 
by ADP. This has been discussed with representatives of the 
Voucher-Statistical Section and they have indicated this can 
be done, The estimated initial cost of this project is 
approximately $2,000, The printout will show telephone 
contacts between IPS and individuals involved in MC LEK, 
MEDBURG, and possibly EASTCON investigations. Additionally, 
substantial Agent time in analyzing toll call records will 
be saved as the project can be accomplished faster by ADP 
than manually. If approved, it is requested that V = 
Statistical Section coordinate this with Supervisor 


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extension 3702, who will furnish results of toll check as received 


for input in ADP. RW 
RECOMMENDATION : 


That this be referred to the Administrative Division 
with approval to take the action outlined above. 


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Sac, WFO (10046784) 
Director, FBI (100447935) 


’ INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES (IPS) 
IS — NEW LEFT . 


approval has been obtained to record by Automatic Data 
Processing (ADP) telephone toll records of IPS in order to 
develop an effective printout of telephone contacts for 
analysis, intelligence value, and possible congection with 
individuals involved in other investigations. 


In this connection you are instructed to submit, 
Attention: Voucher-Statistical Section, an original and 
two copies of the cover communication aad four Xerox copies 
of telephone toll recorda of IPS which were obtained by 
subpoena in connection with the Mc Lek investigation. UL 


Do not obtain any additional telepheme toll 


records of captioned organization at Laer tame tare AGENCIES “)y 
: AND FIELD OFFICES 
wae as oe, = ADVISED BY ROHS 


NOTE: ye ‘SLIP (S) 07 Oe 
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Mr. E,S, Miller, recommended telephone toll records of 


IPS be recorded by “ADP. ' This was approved and WFO is being 
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TO: DIRECTOR, FBI (100-447935) 
FROM: SAC, WFO (100-46784) (P) 


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FROM AC, WFO (100-46784) (P) 


supjecT: INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES (IPS) 
IS-NEW LEFT : ' 
(00 : WFO) 


ReBulet, 12/16/71, directing WFO to submit public 
source information concerning captioned organization in 
order for same to be furnished to the House Committee on 
Internal Security (HCIS). 


Enclosed for the Bureau is the following public 
source material concerning IPS: 


1 pamphlet entitled "Institute for Policy Studies, 
The First Three Years,'' published by IPS. 


1, Xerox copy of an article entitled "Making Plans 
for a Dictatorship in America,"' by GARY ALLEN, : 
which appeared in the April, 1971, edition of 
"American Opinion." 


1 Xerox copy of an article entitled "How the 
Institute for Policy Studies Tries to Remain 
Existentially Pragmatic While Subverting the Estab- 
lishment,'' by STEPHEN CLAPP, reprinted from an 
undated edition of the "Washingtonian" magazine. 


1 Xerox copy of an article, "Radicals Hit Prisons," 
which appeared-in the 11/26/71, edition of the 
Charleston, South Carolina, "News and Courier." 


1 Xerox copy of an article, "Gravel Asks U. S. Judge 
If Jury Is Probing Him,'' which appeared in ''The 
Evening Star" newspaper, Washington, D. C. (WDC), , 


8/28/71. “pen (08 ~ LLG o~ | 


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WFO 100-46784 


1 Xerox copy of an article, "Sen. Gravel to Publish 
War Papers,'' which appeared in The Washington Post" 
newspaper, WDC, 8/18/71. 


1 Xerox copy of an article, "Was Computer Wrong on 
War?" which appeared in "The Washington Post" 
newspaper, WDC, 7/19/71. 


1 Xerox copy of an article, ''Pentagon Watch,'' which 
appeared in "The Washington Post" newspaper, 
10/11/69. 


1 Xerox copy of an article, ".'Brainwashing' The 
State Dept.,'' which appeared in the Manchester 
"Union Leader," 2/22/71. 


1 Xerox copy of an article, ''Report Urges Revolution 
in Television Ownership,'' which appeared in "The 
Washington Post" newspaper, 10/12/69. 


1 Xerox copy of an article, ''The Thinking of Positive 
Power,'' by GARRY WILLS, reprinted from March, 1971, 
"Esquire Magazine." 


1 Xerox copy of an article, ''Radical Think Tank, 
the Institute for Policy Studies Aims to Disarm 
the United States,"' which appeared in "Barron's" 
magazine, 10/6/69, 


1 Xerox copy of an article, 'Ivory-Tower Activists - 
IPS Fellows Lead the Radical Thrust for Social 
Change,'' which appeared in ''Barron's'' magazine, 
10/13/69. 


1 Xerox copy of an article, " 'New Left' Plans to 
Attack FCC On License Policy,'' which appeared in 


WFO 100-46784 


"The Evening Star" newspaper, WDC, May 16, 1969. 


1 Xerox copy of an article, '' 'Frustrated' Author," 
which appeared in 'The Washington Post" newspaper, 
WDC, 1/7/69. 


WFO presently unable to locate a suitable copy of 
the article from the 9/24/67, issue of ''The Examiner" by 
EDITH KERMIT ROOSEVELT entitled ''The Washington Think Factory 
Trains Extremists."" Copy of same will be submitted when 


available. 


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DIRECTOR, FBI 
(ATTN: DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE ee 


FROM: SAC, WFO (100-53301) (P) 


THE HARRISBURG DEFENSE COMMITTEE, aka 
IS ~ NEW LEFT (ECCSL) 
(00:NY) 
Enclosed are seven copies for the Bureau, and copies 


as indicated for recipient offices, of an LHM concerning pro- 
jected activities of The Harrisburg Defense Committee (HDC). 


The LHM is classified "“Genftderttet" because it 
denotes information furnished by confidential sources of 
continuing value, the unauthorized disclosure of which could 
prove prejudicial to the defense interests of the nation. 


@: eau (Enc. 7) CO 
()100- 47935) (IPS) 
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-~Albany (Info) (Ene. 1) pensot AF 
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4-Baltimore (Info) (Enc. 1) 

~Boston (Info) (Ene. 1) 

-Buffalo (Info) (Ene. 1) 

~Chicago (Info) (Enc. 1) 

—~Cleveland (Info) (Enc. 1) 

~Milwaukee (Info) (Enc. 1) 

~New Haven (Info) (Ene. 1) 

~Newark (Info) (Ene. 1) 

~New York (Ene. 2) 

-Philadelphia (Enc. 4) 
fi (2-100-51190 Sub L) (EASTCON DEMONSTRATIONS) 
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who was contacted by SA on 1/21/72, and 
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SA on 1/26/72. 
The third source i ho was contacted by 5) 
on 1/21/72. BU 


Concerning| ___](inv) mentioned in the LHM as the 
individual at the Ins ute for Polic me RDG 
flyer, she is probably identical to 


WFO will continue to follow through established sourc:: 


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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 


FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


ret ai i Washington, D. C. 20535 
- January 27, 1972 
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THE HARRISBURG DEFENSE COMMITTEE (HDC) 


The HDC, formerly known as Washington's Birthday 
Defense Committee, The Defense Committee, publicly solicits funds 
and support for the defense of the “Harrisburg 8" conspiracy 
trial in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 


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On January 21 and 26, 1972, a source, who has furnished h7C 
reliable information in the past dvised that a meeting was held 
on January 12, 1972, at 
(WDC), between individuals connected with the HDC and leaders 
of the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), 1520 New Hampshire 
Avenue, N.W., WDC. This meeting was held at the request of the 
HDC to involve IPS in the planning and strategy of a series of 
demonstrations, seminars and public meetings to be held in Harris- 
burg for the duration of the trial. In making this request of 
IPS, it was the stated objective of HDC to openly maintain a non- 
political stance with regard to the public and the news media, 
but at the same time to covertly set up a program which would 
insure nationwide favorable support for the "Harrisburg 8" curing 
the period of their trial. With approval of the defendants, the 
HDC wanted to arrange such support without being identified with 
any activities which might prove ‘to be detrimental to the trial 
defense. Ail actions in this regard would be subject to the 
specific step-by-step approval of the defendants in order to 
maintain an image of moral motivation in their actions. IPS was 
requested to utilize its resources and staff personnel in this 
regard. $X (U) 


The IPS has been characterized in an article 
by Edith Kermit Roosevelt, appearing on pare 
22, of the September 24, 1967, edition of 

a former WDC weekly newspaper, "The Examiner". 
She stated in part that IPS is a Washington- 
based "Think Factory" which helped train 


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THE HARRISBURG DEFENSE COMMITTEE (HDC) 


States cities and whose ecucational research 
serves as a cover for intrigue and political 
agitation. Through its conferences and 
seminars, the IPS asserts a continuing in- 
fluence on the ideology and tactics of the 
New Left. 


The IPS is self-described as a non-profit, 
non-taxable, independent center for research, 
education and social invention on public 
policy problems. 


publicly TaSnEITICd SHEISUFaTE _ a — = ee 
City, came from Harrisburg to explain to the IPS pot the 


emphasized at the outset of the meeting that HDC desired to 
maintain an outward apolitical position, while functioning in 
an administrative capacity in support of the defendants .@ \Y 


caer e response was as ie) OwWws: 


"Notes for NATIONAL CITIZENS UNIVERSITY 


"I would suggest that we name some 35 
people on a so-called National Citizens 
University faculty. Each person on the 
list would agree to spend several days in 
Harrisburg giving lectures and seminars. 

The discussion should be wide-ranging and 
inelude the political economy, the State, 
the status of America as a colonial society, 
the development of new forms of living in 
the society, the development of new forms 

of science, new forms of art, the develop- 
ment of a responsible judiciary and laws 

to hold personally liable government 
officials. Members of the faculty would 
also include artists, composers and rock 
singers. I would hope to lay out a series 
of 50 topics that would be talked about 

not only of interest to the Left but also &Y 


THE HARRISBURG DEFENSE COMMITTEE (HDC ) 


the sort of new facts that journalists 

would pick up at these meetings and write 
other sorts of stories about. For example-- 
that a large percentage of the people on 

a nuclear sub crew are stoned or that the 
poor people pay more in taxation than they 
get in benefits from the government. What 
we need to do is to develop a large number 
of stories and ideas both related directly 
to the Harrisburg trial and unrelated, which 
give a different perspective on American 
society. There is no reason why this 
couldn't include the latest researches in 
science, law, linguistics or whatever. 

(No Par.) Needless to say, there would be 

a special section on Prisons. RY 


"As I have suggested before, the 
responsibility for particular weeks would 
be divided among geographic regions. I 
would propose that we follow the geo- 
graphic regions of the National Student 
Association and that students and professors 
in each of those areas now be mobilized to 
prepare memoranda on what they would do for 
their particular week. I would propose also 
that the NSA would take the leadership role 
in pulling parts together, since they both 
have the contacts and legitimacy of the 
universities, the students and the faculty. 
TI would propose that to the extent possible 
we lay out a faculty, student and worker 
board. The workers would be perhaps union 
leaders or workers that are involved in 
either peace activity or campus activity. Xu 


"IT would propose that the Citizens 
University put out, by the end of three weeks, 
a brochure which would state the courses to 
be given, the people involved and the times 
they would be there. This information should 
be taken to the NET media and the networks 
for the purpose of getting them to attend 
particular sessions of interests to them 
and us on a regular basis. 


' THE HARRISBURG DEFENSE COMMITTEE (HDC) 


"To the extent possible, artists, 
musicians and rock groups should be included 
and records should be made, paintings sold, 
etc. for the Harrisburg fund and for the 
continuation of the NCU. eu 


“I would also propose that each 
NSA region work to have a certain number 
of people come to Harrisburg during their 
week. They might even work for a closing 
of their school. It would really mean the 
moving of the school to Harrisburg if they 
were able to involve the faculty in these 
arrangements. I think that in all which is 
done the framework should be set by the 
defendants in this case. However, I do 
not think that what would be proposed here 
would get in the way of developing a Sata 
legal strategy for the defendants." 


A 


admitted member 
and official of the Communist Party (CP) 
from 1943 to 1949, identified 
as a current member of the CP on 
March 22, 1946. 


In a press release dated March 1, 1971, 
PCPJ described itself as being head- 
quartered in WDC, and consisting of 
over 100 organizations which are using 
massive non-violent civil disobedience 
to combat racism, poverty, repression 
and war. 


THE HARRISBURG DEFENSE COMMITTEE (HDC) 


NWRO is an organization of welfare 
recipients, based in WDC, whose pur- 
pose is lobbying for liberalized 
welfare rights. 


Source advised that concept of a National Citizens 
University (NCU) was discussed, but the name, NCU, was thought to 
sound too academic so a tentative name was discussed, "Crossroads - 

A Citizens Look at America in Transition". (iy be 


. Dae 
a the group that a Day to Day Committee 
has been forme o oversee activities in Peericvite 


stated he had been provided a list of the prosecution's witnesses 
by one of the defense lawyers. The "Harrisburg Independent 


Press" newspaper, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, will run supplements 
about the trial to be supplied 7 
In discussing the day to day activities at Harrisburg, 
stated that the trial is expected to last for at least 
eight weeks. Therefore, plans should be made for at least eight 
demonstrations, displays and panels to be held in Harrisburg. 
At the same time, regional committees throughout the Northeast 


United States will be holding similar seminars and activities 
which will culminate in a Pilgrimage to Harrisburg, on or 


about April 2 or 3, 1972. These series of pilgrimages will ne 
organized by (phonetic). CY 


It was stated 


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Source advised that the meeting brought out plans for 


activities at Harrisburg to begin on $8 January 23, 
1972, at the Dauphin County Jail where will be 
held during the trial. A non-violent demonstration and speeches 


would be followed by an evening dinner at local churches, followed 
by an all night vigil at the jail. The next day, attempts would 
be made to pack the courtroom and put on a big show for the 

news media. Qe, (U) 


The following tentative weekly schedule was discussed 
at the January 12 meeting: 


Yk Week 1: Theme: The Religious Community 
(°: versus the Illepality of the State 
with strong support from the local 


THE HARRISBURG DEFENSE COMMITTEE (HDC 


Week 1: (cont. ) Harrisbur compunity;[ 
ana{___ te coordinate s 


activity. 


Week of disciplined civil disobedience 
actions by the religious community. 


Historical Perspective of National 
Beecds iit eo coordinate 
a panel of political defendants from 
the 1920's to the 1960's, ina. 
discussion of their respective 


trials. 


Weeks 4 and 5: The Crisis of Imperalism, with topics 
on the Indo-China war, the Pentagon 


Papers, War Crimes, and other Libera- 


coordinator. 


Crisis at Home —- Domestic Problems, 
with the focus on economic problems, 
which will include witnesses from 
NWRO, v, ons and 
unions. to 
coordinate, 


The Complicity of Institutions - 
Corporations, Churches, Unions and 
Universities. 


Week 8: The Pilgrimage arrives in Harrisbur 


lon January 26, 1972, a second source, who has furnished 
reliable information in the past, advised that the drafts of 


HDC flyers, prepared subsequent to the January 12, 1972, meeting, 
(Last Name Unknown), 
‘chard Barnet at IPS. u 


fon January 21, 1971, a third source,| who has furnished 
reliable information in the past, furnished three flyers (six pages) 
received from the HDC through the mail. These flyers disclosed 
plans for a demonstration in Harrisburg on January 23, 1972, 
a series of weekly seminars in Harrisburg, commencing the week 
of January 31, 1972, and information about "The Pilgrimage, 


THE HARRISBURG DEFENSE COMMITTEE (HDC) 


A Search for Free Communities of Conscience". 


The aforementioned flyers are attached. 


This document contains neither 
recommendations nor conclusions of 
the FBI. It is the property of 

the FBI and is loaned to your agency; 
it and its contents are not to be 
distributed outside your agency. 


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TARY 23, THE DAY B@MRE yuRY SELECTION IN THE @@rRisBurc 
ot CASE. STARTS, WE_INMBTE YOU TO THE REAL INCEPTIG™ OF THE 
‘VRTSBURG EVENTS, IT APPEARS ALMOST CERTAIN THAT THE COURTROOM 
“1: BE MOSTLY A FORUM FOR THE GOVERNMENT, FILLED WITH LEGALITIES 
“iu: NON-ISSUES. THE-REAL ISSUES, THOSE THAT FORM THE LIVES OF 
ZSISTANCE WE LIVE, CAN BE SPOKEN ONLY FROM OUTSIDE THE INSTITU- 
(TOMS THAT DENY THEIR EXSISTANCE, BEGINNING SUNDAY, WE HOPE TO 
‘AK OF WAR AND INJUSTICE; THIS IS THE CONSPRIACY TO TURN THE AQ) 
“fi. INSIDE OUT, GZ 


INDICTMENT NO. 14951 


COUNT f 
THE GRAND JURY CHARGES: 


That on or about the date Sunday January 23, 1972 and the time 
3 PM in the AME Bethel Church ( 6th & Herr Streets ), middle 
district of Pennsylvania: 


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"the conspiracy to save lives" oo 


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defendants herein, willfully and knowingly conspired and agreed with 
3 each other, to commit the offense of turning the trial inside out. They 
is chose to malciously challenge the government case against the "Harrisbure 


Eight" and furthermore to turn public attention unto the crimes of the 
powerful thus building the growing community of resistance to war and 
oppression. For these ends the defendants chose to eat communally at 
the church, sign statements of complicity with the “Harrisburg Eight", 
listen to prominent religious and resistance personalities, and travel 

to the Dauphin County prison, trial residence of one of the "eight", 

for a vigil. Defendants also © planned a Monday morning press conference, 


farrisburg Defense Committee 


246 North 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17101 


717 - 232 ~ 7531 


WE are PEOPLE YOUR GOVERNMENT @:is you ABouT 


-erans' hospitals, 
timization. : 
}yNon-Governmental Complicity 
The role of American Institutions - churches, 
universities, corporations, unions. 
April 4; Round-up - a compilation of documents, research, 
and exhibits with a summary of findings. 


JOIN US IN THIS STUDY OF AMERICA AT THE CROSSROADS 


PARTICIPATE IN THE ‘PILGRIMAGE FOR FREEDOM' WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR ARE. 


THE HARRISBURG DEFENSE COMMITTEE 
240 N. Third St. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 17101 
717/232-7531 


rPypeo ry ree 


ARCH FOP FREE COMMUNITIES OF CONSCIENCE 


When is resistance a mature response to the 
systems and powers that claim our lives? And when does 
it become a petulant form of: egoism? A hard line to draw- 
let alone how to. = 
Father Daniel Berrigan 
Letter from three jails 


This is the question which we must raise throughcut the country. 
We must be able to show that resistance is a real answer to powers, 
both political and social, that rule our persecnal lives. This is our 
message; the pilgrimage must be our medium. We can reach many 
pnousands of people on a personal basis if we are successful in cur 
efforts. 


What is resistance and why should we resist? 


We resist because we must; because in conscience we cannct give 
our consent to the violence being carried on in cur name, because 
we cannot even be passive cooperators in the exploitive program of a 
racist, sexist, imperialist society. 


Rosistance means, first, the denial of authority to these who 
abuse it; second, the development of alternative methods of confrent~ 
ing our problems as persons and as a community. Resistance takes many 
forme-- free schools, neople's funds, child care centers, direct action 
projects, tax resistance, draft resistance. Our main work is not tc 
define resistance but to create it. 


“HY A PILEPIMAGE? 


The Pilgrimage gives a chance tc begin building a national community 
of conscicnce, dcdicated tn change, te peace; freedcem and justice. 


Traditionally a pilgrimage has been a group cf people embarking on 
a journey to a place of hope and renewed woromise for the future. In 
seme cases, pilgrimages have traveled to religious shrines: in ethers, 
as in the case of the carly pilgrims tc Amcrica, the jeurney has been 
to a new land of promised hope. . 


The Pilgrimage to and from Harrisburg will also he a journey of 
recommitment and renewal. Particivants will bring energy, ideas, 
vitality tc be shared; thoy will return to their communities with 
new strength and confidence to ¢ecnfront war and injustice. Recause 
the Barrisburg trial illuminates the conflict between religious 
conscience and the amoral use of state power, because of the timine of 
the Pilgrimage tc coincide with the Lenten/Passover season, it will be 
possible to make use cf the rich symbolism of the religious tradition. 


MECHAR RICS AMD OPGAPTZATION OF THE PILCRIMAGE 


The nation will be divided inte a number of regions or areas that 
will try to develop a network cf local community groups. A regional 
coordinator will he chosen for each area. The coordinator of each 


region widl. be « rouider (Mot a ee hae ‘that he/siJvii. have. a per- 
sonal, interest in the 1¢Wl results. as. well as the ional focus... The 
regional cnordinator will be responsible for the formaticn of 40-Day 
Committees and a"“core group" caravan that will travel throughout the 
arcana during the Lenten season. Ultimately, the regional person wili 

he responsible for the erganization of the Pilgrimage from the region 
he Harrisburg. 


The Local 40- Day Committee. 


The basic crganizing unit for the Pilgrimage will be the 40-Day 
Committec. Hach group will relate to those issues that are important 
within its own local area. . Several actions and activities should he 
planned focusing Local concern on those preblems. It will not be 
ALfficult to show that oe issues raised by the Harrisburg trial relate 
clogely to local problems; despite lecal differences, a national pattern 
cxists. ° 


An attempt should be made by each local greup te develop alternat- 
ives te the institutions thant are causing the problems. On-going pro- 
jicets sheuld be instituted that can bring about real change in the make- 
up c£ each local community. Finally, it is hoped that some members of 
the local committee will come with friends on the final days of the 
Pilgrimage and arrive with the caravans in Harrisburg. It should be 
noted that the theme cf "No business ag usual” should be applied tn 
people whe would hide behind Incal concerns in tho latter effort. 


Ceore Group Caravans 


In cach region, groups cf people will travel throughout the 
arca GQuring tne Lenten season. These pecple will serve a dual function. 
First they will serve as itinerant organizers, putting together organi- 
zations where there are none, heiying Iccal’existing groups to expand 
ena to form temporary or permanent enalitions with cther groups. 
secondly, the organizers will serve as infermation resources. Fach 
varavan will have pecple well versed in many different problems con- 
fronting the nation and society. The caravans can be supplemented 
by the addition of experts in certain fields, defendants, and other 
speakers as requested by the iccal communities. It should.be noted 
that the travel of the defendants will be limited by their courtrocm. : 
requirements. 7 


fational Staff: 


In Harrisburg, there will b a group cf people working in the 
national office whese sele function will be to service the local 
communities and regions and tom develep a program of activities in 
che Harrisburg metropelitan area. 


TENTATIVE CALE!DAP 
vanuary 14 - National Meetina in Philadelphia 


Janmiary 17 - 21 Regional meetings 
Netional Press Conference in H'Burg 


February 15 ’ . Mardi Gras Ce™braticns 
February 16 Caravans start 


‘arch 260 ee Palm sunday” - aeey: inte H' burg 
March 27 ~ Aprii 1. Actions and Activities in H'burg 
April 2 Faster Sunday 
April 3 - 6 ae Passover ~ Travel home - relatina 
Nie experience to cthers. 


There will undoubtedly be additions to the National Calendar in terms 
of actions _and activities relating. ‘to ‘the forse being’ held in 
Bae aero - ae ; 


ISSUES THAT: MIeHT ee DEVELOPED 


1. s ecerimins 1 Justice 
“i Conspiracy Laws | 
“Grand Juries 7.) 0 ww, 
Prisons \ 
Other political casas - Angela Davis, Fllsberg, Felicianc 


War 

A, the Air War 

B. War toachnolcay pene used at home 
Cc. Tne pratt es 


‘Repression - eavernmental and Sooial 
. A. Wowen's Siruggle: | 
B. Men. - ae 
C., Racism ; 
D. Political Repression 


Miecellancous 

A. Corporate role in society 
B,. Unemplovment 

Cc. Welfare 

D. The Enviconment 


STEPMATIVES THAT MICH? BE DEVELOPED AS OR-GOINC PPOJECTS 


Pree Schools 

tax RUsistance - People's Funds 

Vecations for Social Change 

Alternative Communities 

Economic cliterritives ~ food co-ops, gas station co-ops 
Non-violent acticn training 


ACTIONS AMD ACTIVITIFS THAT MIGHT RE DEVELOPED PY LOCAL GROUPS 


diss resistance fairs ~ te focus on alternative life styles and 
and the reasons fer them. 
Teach-ins and Giscussion groups 
Town Meetings 
Draft Board visits 
Vigils and Prayer Services 
Liturgies 
Mon-Vicolent Direct Acticn 


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a Ses 9 @ 


More on-going projects might be: 
8. Formation of child-care centers 
9. Anti-corporation organizing - i.e. Honeywell prceject 


and many more. 


MEST STANCE 


The central theme of the whole pilgrimage will be resistance, in all 
its many forms and levels. This, in itself might be a good issue to 
develop the consciousness level in each individual community. 

Forums on why we resist and what are we resisting might very well 
take some of the bad connotations of the word and make it a more posite 
ive alternative to many people. If we can increase the number of 
people who are willing to consider their role in society and. start to 
look for ways of ending their part,.we.might be making.a very positive 
step towards a role-less society where freedom and justice for all is 
more than just a phrase. 


Special. Note 


It is extremely important that eachlocal committee keep each region- 
al coordinator completely aware of the actions and activities being carr- 
ied on in the local community. Each regional cocrdinator then must 
keep the national people cognizant of all things happening in the area. 
Through development of such an information-sharing network, we can 
exchange good ideas, cull out bad ones. We will also be able to develop 
proper media coverage at all levels from such information. 


have possible” eigst 

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unauthorized é3 of 4 
waietal ‘te the defense interests. 


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EES: STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 


. Y FEDERA® BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION ; 
maar D.C. 20535  CONETOENT TRE 
In Hens Please el to January 12, “3972 So 


File No. 
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On June 13, 1971, The New York Times” newspaper 

began publication of a series of articles based on "Tep Secret" 

re-tiderepiate commonly refe the amare Study” or 
a 


In connestion with investigation of the theft and 
unauthorized disclosure of these documents, a United States 
Department of Justice Attorney made available records of long 
distanee telephene ealls charged to the aesount of the Institute 
for Policy Studies Le 1520 Hew Hampshire Avenue, N.W., 


» Washington, D.C.. (WDC), which records were obtained froa the 
Chesapeake and Petomac (cap) Telephone Company, WDC, rite perenne 

. to a subpoena duces tecum issued at Bosten, Massachusetts, on ‘ 
August 27, 1971. 


The IPS has been publicly deseribed as the "think 
tank" of the New Left and is self-described as a non-profit, 
nen-tazable, independent center for research, eauest ton, and 
social invention on public policy problems. 


These calls denoted herein, which were included in the 
subpoenaed telephone toll records of IPS, may have possible 
signifieance to captioned matter. 

February 25, 1972» 1 minute, from here peta b6 


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Reeorcs o ec te lep: Company . 
qT 8elLose telephone numbers 202-234-0183 and 202~238~0621 
are listed to IPS. 


June 29, 1971, 6 minutes, te from 202-224-1423 


The “Beston Globe” newspaper published articles 
allegedly based on the “Pentagon Papers” in editions dated 
June 16, 1971, June 22, 1971. June 23, 1971, and July 1, 1971. 


May 5, 1971, 8 minutes, ne p< 202-234-9389 

May 6, 1971, 38 minutes, ¢ from 301-622 (number 
incomplete, locate ring, Maryland) - 

dune §, 1971, 21 minutes, t¢ from 202-234-9290 


July 8, 1971, & minutes, to from 2027~274-.9290 


Records of the CLP Telephone Company, WDC, dis~ 
close telephone numbers 202-234-9389 and 202-234-9390 are liated 
to IPS. 


February 23, 1971, &@ minutes, tea from 202~234-6183 
Pebruary 22, 1971, 1 minute, to from 202-234-9789 
darch 18, : from 202-238-938 
Maroh 31, ~e" 252, from 

Hapch 29, 1971. . from 20>- 

March 29. 71, | from 262--23a~ ~1423 
Harsch 23, . from 202.-298-1423 
April 19. ‘ from 202.~238--9389 
Mareh 25, 19871, 18 minutes, te from 202-234-9296 


Records of the C&P Telephone Company, ¥OC. disclose 
telephone numbers 202~234-9183. 202--234-9389, 202-234-9382, 
202-234-1423 and 202-234-9390 are all listed to IPS. 


June 21, 1971, 2 minutes, to from 212-8268 (nurber 
incomplete) 

June 21, 1971, 3 minutez, to from 212-86 (number 
incomplete) 

June 21, 1971, 9 minutes. to from 212-661 (number 
incomplete ) 


LAP Selerhone Company, WDC, disclose 


The “Los Angeles Times newspaper published articles 
allegedly based on te ‘Pentagon Papers’ in editions dated 
June 28, 1971, June 26, 1971. and July 10, 1971. The 1971 
"Congressional Directory , 32nd Coneress, First Session’, denotes 
Murray Seeger as a reporter for the “Los Angeles Times newspaner. 


July 30, 1971, @ minutes, to 202-299-6686, from 617-354 (number 
ineomplete) 


Records of the C&P Telerhone Company. WoC, disclose 
telephone number 202-298-8684 is listed te Clifford, Warnke, 
Glass, Uellwain, and Finney, Lawyers, 12th Floor, Room 1Led6, 
$15 Conneeticut Avenue, N.W.. WOCG. The subseriber to telephone 
number 617-354 (number incomplete} is leeated in Cambridge, 
Massachusetts, 


It fs noted that 
the above-mentioned law firm are former high ranking o 


of the Department of Deferse durine the period cf compilation 
of the ‘Pentagon Papers." 


June 12, 1971, 2 minutes, to aritve from 
June 16, 1971, 3 minutes, to from 212-526-7000 


Re ny. close 
that telerhone number is listed to 


It is noted that numerous artieles aprearing in 
daily newspapers reported that “The New York Times* personnel 
utilized a suite of rooms in the Hilton Hotel. New York City, 
during the peried April 22, 1971 - July, 1971, in connection 
with preparation of in :formation contained in the “Pentaron 
Papers’ for publication. 


August 6. 1971, 3 minutes, to from 202-238-9399 
June 15, 1971, 10 minutes. to from 202-234-0183 
March 1, 1971, 3 winutes, t m 202-S34-C818 
March 19, iS71, 19 minutes , from 292-234-9359 
June 16, 1971, 1 minute, to from 202-234~0315 
June 16, 1971, 1 minute, to from 202-..238-9815 
June 28, 1971, 4 minutes , to from 202-238-0183 
June 23, 1971, 8 minutes, to from 202-224-9390 
March 16, 1971, 1 minute, to from 202-234-9152 
July 15, 1971, 2 minutes, to from 703-53€ (number 
incomplete) 
June 9, 1971, 1 minute, to from 202-238-9389 
July 30, 1971, 2 minutes, t from 292-274-9915 
May 6, 1971, 4 minutes, to 202-234-0915 
July 23, 1971, 7 minutes. to from 262-234-0815 
duly 20, 1971, 2 minutes, to from 202-234-C81LE 
June 30, 1971, 6 minutes, to from 202-224--G289 


Reeords of the C&P deat Company , WES. atsciore 
hig rrie nusvers 26 Pe soe 228 24 


June 5, 1971, 1 minute, tof from 703-356 (number 


ineomplete) 
b6 
bIC 
Records of the DTD 
C&P Telerhone Company, WDC, disclose the subscriber to telenhene 
number 703-356 (number incomplete) ts loeated in McLean, 
Vircinia. 

It s noted hat nrevicus investiesation in this matter 
determined] ss ——i—“‘“(CS*s‘“‘“‘“‘“(CS*S*S*S*~*~*~*~*~™~C~SCSCSCSCSCi*z bo 
a a ee Dec 
Booey rit f3 ge et C9 Y97 © fs f Bh tp cdatal ats sermary | Jf ae 
July 16, 1971, 19 minutes, to[ | from 202-234-0915 

b6 
BIC 
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Records of the C&P Telephone Company, WDC. disclose : 
telephone number 262-234-0815 is listed to IPs. bE 
June 10, 1971, 4 minutes, tol | trom 202-234-9200 bIC 

b6 
BC 
b7D 


Records of the CLF Telephone Company. WDC. disclose 
telephone number 202-234-9390 ig listed te IPS. 


CONF IPENG Aden 


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August 3, 1971, 4& minutes, to from 202-234-9389 Dic 
August 5, 1971, 3 minutes, ¢ from 202-234-2861 

July 23, 1971, 7 minutes, to from 202-234-5595 

July 28, 1971, 4 minutes, to from 202-234-9399 

July 29, 1971, 5 minutes, te om 292-234-9753. 

August 19, 1971, 2 minutes, t from 202-234-9753 

July 19, 12971, 2 minutes, to from 202-543-0400 

July 19, 1971, 3 minutes. to from 202-234-9389 


Records ef the CiP Telephone Company. WDC, disclose 
telephone numbers 202-234-9359, 202-238-2861, and 202-234-5595 
are listed te IPS; telephone number 202-234-9753 is listed te 
the bunont Plaza Hotel, 150C sew Hampshire Avenue, N.W., WDC: 
and telephone number 202-542-0400 4a listed to the American 
Business Committee on National Friorities, 201 Massachusetts 
Avenue, N.W., WDC. 


It is noted that = fsur volume paperback edition 
of the book, “The Senator Gravel Edition, The Pentagon Papers, 
The Defenses Department Histery of United States Decisionmaking 
on Vietnam”. was published by Eeacon Press under the auspices 
of the Unitarian Universalist Asaceiation in Oetobher, 1971, 
and carries an introduction by United States Senator Mike 
Gravel. 


July 21, 1971, 5 minutes, tol | from 617-567 (number p¢ 
incomplete) 


Efe 
$ of e C&P BPelerhone Co 3g . 3 
yl —“(;w™”™*C‘id SE AB to 
and the subseriber to 
nae 


‘dneomplete) is leeated in 


Ce 7 ow 5 BS 
Boston, Massachusetts. 


July 30, 1971, 8 minutes, to from 202-234-9290 
August 6, 1972, 2 minutes, t from 202-234-9390 
August 9, 1971, 1 minute, to from 202-234-9390 


Cp tbe 


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Records of the C&P Telerhone Company, WDC, disclose 
telephone number 202-234 OQ is ifsted to IPs! 


should not be made public exeert in a usual preceeding folliow- 
ing the issuance of a subpoena duces tecum. 


a? : 


This decument contains neither 
recommendations nor conclusions of 
the FoI, It is the property of 

the PHY and is loaned ta your arency. 
it and its contents are not te be 
distributed outside your arency. 


CSHP PPE Priya, 


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‘ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED = 
HEREIN 15 UNCLASSIFIED EXCEETRS <° 
“GHERE SHGHN OTHERWISE 


BeetPleO Rl AUT IAT IC 
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BOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE 
DEYISION 


Bureau, 1/17/72, wherein it was 


noted thet re xamressrne aie Institute for Pol 4 
; ; rt quasi i 


ereetey (Ie 


are seven copies of an LEM, 
TUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES, 
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monies for Los Angeles, and one copy for tew York. 


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o SAC, WFO, 1/3/68, | 
captioned, " with attached informant report. 


Meno of[_____————sto BAC, WFO, 4/18/68, 
captioned, "WASH. MOBILIZATION COMMITTEE, 18 ~- INFO CONCERNING," b6 
with attached informant report. con 
WFO letter to New York, 8/30/68, eaptioned, "STUDENTS 
FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY, IS ~ SDS." 


Memo of[__————C—C*di nT, WC, 9/26/68, bl 
captioned, "NINTH WORLD YOUTH FESTIVAL (IX WYF), SOFIA, BULGARIA, ),; 


of to SAC, WFO, 4/1/69, captioned °° 
with attached informant report. b7C 


Memo of[  —————CS=sCédit SSAC, WFO, 5/7/69, captioned 
“STOKELY CARMICHAEL,” with attached informant report. b6 


to SAC, WFO, 6/4/69, captioned, ° /© 
ith attached informant report. b7D 


WFO airtel and LHM to Bureau, 6/13/69, both captioned b6 
"THIRD WORLD CONFERENCE, ALGIERS, ALGERIA, SUMMER 1969, IS - b7C 
MISCELLANEOUS," DICTATED ax SSsisd 


eno ot[ _____]t AC, WFO, 6/26/69, captioned ) 
[wht ed informant report. 


b7D 


Meno TT WFO, 7/23/69, captioned 
“THIRD WORLD CON ; ; IA, SUMMER, 1969, I8 - 


misc." 


WFO airtel and LHM to Bureau, 7/30/69, both captioned, 0° 
"THIRD W , ALGERIA, SUMMER, 1969, IS - MI8C.D7C 
dictated by 


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captioned, "INSTI S," denoting contacts by 
WFO SAs, ————— ¢ a 


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issipdGde etdican ave advibed bette dieesainake (2: 
copies of enclosed LMM lecally to United States Attorneye without 
specific approval of the Bureau. 


HS Be, 


For information of the Bureau, wro case on IPS was. 
opened as a dead file, 7/17/67, on Chicago airtel to Bureau, 
7/13/67, captioned, “NATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR KEW POLITICS, 
pahoemacre es COnCEENING (INTERNAL SECURITY) (00: NEW YORE) , i with 
mc losed : opened for active renderer and a¢ : 
pe sC« 24/68; reassign 

BS; And reassigned to SA; i (“‘<és(aGsC(sCC*d,«CS 288‘, the 
latter: saciguasat eontinuing to date. The IPS file is in its 
‘17th volume, with 1,043 serials as of 1/18/72. The above- 
described communications containing collateral investigation of 
interest to IPS are located in volumes one and four. 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 


RU OF FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
Washington, DP. C. 535 
In Reply, Please Refer to danuary i9, 1972 


File No. 


The Inatitute for Polic atudies (E96) has gel 
publicly deseribed as the "think " of the New Left and 
is self-degeribed an 4 non it, nom-tazable, independent 
center for regparch, education, and seciai inventica on ae 
public policy problens. a 


Comcernisg captioned rill specenagy it is noted 
that an artiel@ appearing in the 27, 1972, iemee of 
New York Pott of Books entitled, Agent for 


~. Ageut Rebort NH. Wali, 
addressed itself in part te investigation of IMG. Part V S 
of the article in part denotes the following: 

“There are hardly any linits on the bureau's 
activities in dlimg political information, particularly 
about the new - A came in point ia the Institute for 
Policy Studios, an perk areryeechar aay set up by dfasenting official 
in Kennedy's administration to carry on independent studies a: 
in international and domestic questions. ‘The Institute 
caught my attention shortly after 1 began investigating the 
new left a from FBI informants showing that many of the 
leaders and spakemmen of antiwar and civil rights organizations 
called at the Institute when they visited Washington. 


"I reasoned that if there were a conspiracy that 
linked all these groups the Inetitute wee the logical place 
to look for it. I drafted a meme te that effect and requested - 
that a case on the Inatitute be opened and agzigned to ne. ea 
My superviser quickly agreed; he was then trying to increase . — 
the case load of the aquad to justify a request for an 
increase in manpower. 

sATION CONTAINED 


ALL ms TERS eg SS T 
Akeni fs : 3 yyche 8 a6 
DATE 


ENCLOSURE 
¥ ¢ : 
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/ e iS Se NS, / ‘ ad ee 


WE: INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 


“Most of the information about the Institute's 
work is easily available and I was seon able to accumulate 
a vast doasier on it including biographical sketches of its ( 
founders, sources of its financial support, a general idea | 
of its day to day operation, and & pile of acholarly studics. 
published by it. After analyzing this data I concluded that 
the Institute was not the secret mastermind of any conspiracy 
to overthrow the government but simply what I described in 
my report as a “think tank of the Left,‘ where « wide 
variety of current and former government officials, lawyers, 
journalists, radicala, and others were holding seninars, 
doing research, writing reports; etc. I closed the investi-~- 
gation. To do otherwise, incidentally, would have meant a 
mound of paperwork that would have occupied me full time for 
nonths. 


“About a year later another agent newly assigned to 
the squad came to aee me with the closed file of the Institute 
and asked whether I thought the case ought to be reopened. 
Tigcagent, like so many others, had strong right-wing views 
and could not believe that the Institute was merely sponsoring 
seminars and doing the other work I kad described. It seened 
necessary to him to think that a grand sew left conspiracy 
existed. In spite of my opposition, he had the case 
and began a full-scale investigation of the Inatitute. He 
began monitoring the checking account of the Inetitute to 
determine where its money was going. He asked for telephone 
company recerds and compiled a list of the Institute's long 
distance telephone calle. He attempted to place inforuants 
in the Institute as student interns and gathered every 
availabie paper published by it. Individual investigations 
were then opened on the people who worked fer or received 
money from the Institute. 


“When I left the bureau in April, 1976, the case’ - 
on the Institute was still being investigated with gusto, and 
a hugh cellection of papers and reports on it had accumulated. 
So far as I have been able to determine, the FBI has found 
no evidemve whatsoever of any illegal activity by the IPS, 

but the Institute continues to be investigated.” 


RE: INSTITUIER FOR POLICY STUDIES 


As pertains to the aforementioned article and 
the statenents » attributed to former Special Agent Robert 
Wall included therein, it ia further noted that a review 
of the case file on captioned organization at the Washingt 
Field Office, FBI, determined the case was not assigned to 
him at any time during his tenure as a Special Agent. This 
ease file review failed to substantiate his claim of having. 
recommended opening and gubsequent closing of the case on |. 
IPS or the drafting of memoranda to that effect. The file, 
does contain copies of memoranda prepared by Wall which } 
primarily concern other matters but which are of collateral 
interest to the Inatitute for Policy Studies. 


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Routing Slin. (Copies to "? Checked) 


0-7 (Rev. 12-17-73) _ 


TO: SAC: - 

([] Albany (} Houston _} Oklahoma City is ae 

([] Albuquerque [_] Indianapolis {7} Omaha fj Bern 
Alexandria [—]} Jackson [~} Philadelphia [2 Bonn 
Anchorage {_} Jacksonville (_] Phoenix (1 Brasilia 

f) Atlanta (_] Kansas City (_} Pittsburgh fj Buenos Aires 

Gc} Baltimore C_} Knoxville (_} Portland [| Caracas 

{_] Birmingham [j Las Vegas (_} Richmond {| Hong Kong 

& J Boston {_] Little Rock [__}] Sacramento £_} London 

{_} Buffalo [_}] Los Angeles {_] St. Louis f—] Madrid 

{_} Butte {_} Louisville {_] Salt Lake City (_] Manila 

(_} Charlotte [_] Memphis (_] San Antonio [1] Mexico City 

ix] Chicago [_} Miami [} San Diego [7 Ottawa 

(_} Cincinnati Cj Milwaukee (xX) San Francisco {7 Paris 

(_] Cleveland (_] Minneapolis {_] San Juan [_} Rome 

(_} Columbia Cj Mobile (_] Savannah {_] Singapore 

(_] Dallas CX) Newark (_} Seattle {_} Tel Aviv 

{(-) Denver (_] New Haven {__] Springfield... =[_] Tokyo 

Detroit [_] New Orleans ] Tampa *~ ms, 

C] El Paso {K) New York City j pn ield. 

Cj Honolulu (_} ‘Norfolk 


Pa 
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July 16, 1975 


SO pm oe as Date 


INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES 
1520 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W. 
Washington, D. C. 
IS-NEW LEFT 
Retention For appropriate 
(J For information (Jj optional {] action {_]} Surep, by 


(_] The enclosed is for your information. If used in a future report, [—] conceal all 
sources, (_] paraphrase contents. 


((] Enclosed are corrected pages from report of SA 
dated . 


Remarks: of, 
Re. WFO report, 12/24/71. 


RE: 


Declassify report. WFO request 
recipient military agencies locally 
to do likewise. 


100-447935 


LJB/tae File copy 


0-14n (Rev. 8-15-72) t 


Federal Bureau of Investigation 


July 16, 1975 


Director of Special Investigations 
The Inspector General 
Department of the Air Force 
Forrestal Building 

Washington, D. C. 20314 


(__]1. For your information 2 OC MUKOXKK OD OKIE MORK RIK ORE OK 
JORDIN CS MINOX 


{_] 2. It will be appreciated if you will have the investigation conducted 
as requested in the enclosed memorandum and furnish the results. 


{_]%. No further investigation is contemplated with regard to this matter. 


[_]4. You will be advised of the pertinent developments in connection 
with this inquiry. D6 2 


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Federal Bureau of Investigation 
NOTE: Please declassify report cap- 
tioned, “Institute for Policy Studies, 
520 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W,, 
Washington, D.C,.; Internal Security w= 
New Left," which is dated 12/17/71 
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‘UNITED STAYS GOVERNMENT 
Memorandum 


: DIRECTOR, FBI (100-447935) DATE: 1/24/72 


SAC, WFO (100-46784) (P) 


SUBJECT: -FOR. POLICY STUDIES (IPS) 
IS - NEW LEFT 
(00: WFO) 


Re WFO letter, 1/18/72, enclosing copies of fifteen 
public source documents concerning captioned organization to 
be furnished to the House Committee on Internal Security 
(HCIS). 


Enclosed for the Bureau are two xerox copies each 
of the following additional poptte source material concerning 
IPS: 

Article entitled (Washington ‘think eeckouy trains 
extremists", by EDITH KERMIT ROOSEVELT, which appeared in 
the 9/21-24/67 edition of the "Examiner" newspaper. 


Article entitled Another view of ‘think factory'", 
which appeared in the 9/28/67-10/1/67 edition of the "Examiner'' 
_fnewspaper. 


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