Beate Klein Becker Papers, 1977-1980

Contents List

Container Title
M94-316
Box   1
Folder   1
Asia and Pacific Issues, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)
Box   1
Folder   2
Aguilar, Defense of
Box   1
Folder   3
Ad Hoc Coalition on 19th Statement, Church Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (CCHRP), September 1981
Box   1
Folder   4
Amnesty International, 1982
Box   1
Folder   5
Aid Philippines, 1977
Box   1
Folder   6
Alliance for Philippine Concerns (APC)
Box   1
Folder   7-8
Amnesty International, Philippines report, 1981, 1983-1984
Box   1
Folder   9
U.S. Foreign Aid Report, H.R., fiscal year 1978
Box   1
Folder   10
Deadly Connection
Box   1
Folder   11
Amuan Notebook, Spring 1981
Box   1
Folder   12
Alliance for Philippine Concerns (APC)
Box   1
Folder   13
Asian Bureau at Australia
Box   1
Folder   14
Asian Rights Advocates
Box   1
Folder   15
University Christian Movement (UCM) of New England conference, April 7, 1984
Box   1
Folder   16
Puerto Rico
Box   1
Folder   17
Bataan Plant and Wind Drift
Box   1
Folder   18
Bedford, Michael
Box   1
Folder   19
British Support
Box   1
Folder   20
Bello, “Elite Democracy on Authoritarian Rule”
Box   1
Folder   21
Printed materials, Philippines
Box   1
Folder   22
Binhi
Box   1
Folder   23
“Bread for the World,” Land and Hunger in the Philippines
Box   1
Folder   24
Coalition Against the Marcos Dictatorship (CAMD)
Box   1
Folder   25
Canada Asia Currents
Box   1
Folder   26
Canada and Philippines
Box   1
Folder   27
Castle and Cooke
Box   1
Folder   28
Cavanaugh, J., U.S. Economic Interest in the Philippines
Box   1
Folder   29
Central America
Box   1
Folder   30
Solidarity groups in the U.S.
Box   1
Folder   31
Scheiner, Philippines Report: Worse than Martial Law
Box   1
Folder   32
Bello, Harris, Zarsky, Political Economy of Nuclear Power in the Philippines
Box   1
Folder   33
Third World Reports
Box   1
Folder   34
Amnesty International
Box   1
Folder   35
Pacific Research, Philippine Workers in the Export Industry
Box   1
Folder   36
Asian Bureau at Australia
Box   1
Folder   37
Philippines Workers Support Committee, U.S.
Box   1
Folder   38
Church Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (CCHRP)
Box   1
Folder   39
Alliance for Philippine Concerns (APC)
Box   1
Folder   40
Philippine American Group-Advocates for Social Action (PAG-ASA)
Box   1
Folder   41-42
Nuclear-Free Philippines Coalition (NFPC) materials, 1984; board meeting, , May 16, 1984
Box   1
Folder   43
Mike Salman, “The Forgotten War for Empire,” honors thesis
Box   1
Folder   44
Mother Jones, B. Aquino Interview, January 1984
Box   1
Folder   45
Philippine Peasant Task Force, 1982-1988
Box   1
Folder   46
Catholic Rural Life, report on the Philippines, 1982
Box   1
Folder   47
Third World Reports, M. Bedford, June 1988
Box   1
Folder   48
Committees of Correspondence
Box   1
Folder   49
Philippine Workers Support Committee (PWSC)
Box   1
Folder   50
U.S. Role on Militarization and Intervention in the Philippines, Church Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (CCHRP), 1983
Box   1
Folder   51
American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), Deadly Connections slideshow
Box   1
Folder   52
Grenada
Box   1
Folder   53
Jeanne Gallo
Box   1
Folder   54
Green Peace, Nuclear Free Seas
Box   1
Folder   55
Asia-Pacific Defense and Disarmament News
Box   1
Folder   56
Deadly Connection
Box   1
Folder   57
Tambuli, Chicago
Box   1
Folder   58
Schuler, The Cold War Context and U.S. Naval Buildup
Box   2
Folder   1
Carter and Arms Race
Box   2
Folder   2
Coalition, 1979
Box   2
Folder   3
FFP (Friends of the Filipino People), 1974
Box   2
Folder   4
FFP, David Looney, “A Beginner's Guide to Filipino History Books,” 1977
Box   2
Folder   5
Bello, Culture and Art World Bank
Box   2
Folder   6
Coalition, 1978
Box   2
Folder   7
FFP Article by Walden Bello, reply to Garcia, 1976-1977
Box   2
Folder   8
FFP, 1989
Box   2
Folder   9
Lindsey
Box   2
Folder   10
Jonathan Five
Box   2
Folder   11
Food Banks, Contes
Box   2
Folder   12
Fact Sheet, 1977
Box   2
Folder   13
FFP, Syracuse newsletter
Box   2
Folder   14
Muslim Filipinos
Box   2
Folder   15
Smart File, Marcos Diaries
Box   2
Folder   16
Philippine foreign policy, Civil Liberties Union, 1977
Box   2
Folder   17
An Open Letter from Filipino Political Prisoners, FFP, 1977
Box   2
Folder   18
James Gronvold, “Desaparecidos” (The Disappeared) Poem, FFP, 1983
Box   2
Folder   19
FFP at Special Session of United Nations, letter to Japanese delegate, 1978
Box   2
Folder   20-21
FFP, Boston, 1982, 1988
Box   2
Folder   22
FFP leaflet for Meeting on Human Rights in the Philippines, Boston University
Box   2
Folder   23
FFP brochure, 1987
Box   2
Folder   24
Jim Levinson, Sarah and Ferdinand Song, Caldwell Campaign, FFP, “Carmen”
Box   2
Folder   25
“Whatever Happened to Cory Aquino?”, FFP brochure, Schirmer, 1987
Box   2
Folder   26
“Washington Presses Aquino for Militarization,” FFP brochure, Schirmer, 1987
FFP (Friends of the Filipino People) leaflets, letters, bulletins, brochures, meetings
Box   2
Folder   27
Postcard on Aquino assassination, August 1983
Box   2
Folder   28
Church Coalition, formed 1977
Box   2
Folder   29-33
General, 1986-1988
Box   2
Folder   34
National Meeting, 1989
Box   2
Folder   35
Boston Sister Mary John Mananzan meeting, 1987
Box   2
Folder   36
Aquino assassination, August 1983
Box   2
Folder   37
Human rights alert, chapter notes, extradition update, 1982
Box   2
Folder   38
In memory of Martin Luther King and B. Aquino
Box   2
Folder   39
Paper for Preparatory Committee and United Nations Second Special Session on Disarmament, 1981
Box   2
Folder   40
Anti-Bases Resolution Passed by U.S. Peace Council, November 1989
Box   2
Folder   41
Schirmer, “The Philippines - Another Vietnam?”, 1973
Box   2
Folder   42
Letter to FFP from Filipino Political Prisoners
Box   2
Folder   43
Boston Meeting, October 29, 1985
Box   2
Folder   45
Mailing on elections, 1986
Box   2
Folder   46-48
Boston, 1979 meeting, , December 1987, Aquino visit, , 1986
Box   2
Folder   49
Participation in National Consultation, Washington, D.C., April 19-20, 1986
Box   2
Folder   50
Materials, 1985
Box   2
Folder   51
Shalom thesis
Box   2
Folder   52-53
Slide shows
Box   2
Folder   54
Song sheet
Box   2
Folder   55
San Juan
Box   2
Folder   56
Schirmer, World Peace
Box   2
Folder   57
Philippine Bases Campaign meeting, Truro, Cape Cod, 1986
Box   2
Folder   58
Schirmer, U.S. Bases and Intervention
Box   2
Folder   59
Schirmer, Patriotism and Internationalism
Box   2
Folder   60
Red Sun pamphlet outline
Box   2
Folder   61
William Worthy
Box   2
Folder   62
Worthy, 1979
Box   2
Folder   63
Schirmer, Talk of Okinawan Anti-Bases conference, April 1984
Box   2
Folder   64
FFP miscellaneous publications
Box   2
Folder   65
Lindsey, Economic Consequences of Aquino Assassination
Box   2
Folder   66
Shalom, U.S. and Gulf War
Box   2
Folder   67
FFP update, June 1988
Box   2
Folder   68
Zwick, “U.S. Activists Pledge End to Bases,” report on FFP meeting, 1988
Box   2
Folder   69
Photograph of Schirmer at Crossroads, 1991
Box   2
Folder   70
Recto and Constantino for Philippine Survival
Box   2
Folder   71
Schirmer, Ohio talk
Box   2
Folder   72
Mailing lists
Box   2
Folder   73
Father Edicio de la Torre, 1986
Box   2
Folder   74
Zwick, Mark Twain's Anti-Imperialism
Box   2
Folder   75
FFP bulletin
Box   2
Folder   76
U.S. Seventh Fleet
Box   2
Folder   77
Composition of Aquino government
Box   2
Folder   78
Anti-Bases Coalition (ABC), message to FFP, 1983
Box   2
Folder   79
Campaign Against Military Intervention in the Philippines (CAMIP)
Box   2
Folder   80
Schirmer and Cort, Goddard-Cambridge graduate program
Box   2
Folder   81
Schirmer, The Movement Against U.S. Intervention in the Philippines - A Sketch, 1989
Box   2
Folder   82
World Peace Congress, attended by Schirmer for “Philippines Information Bulletin,” 1973
Box   2
Folder   83
Zwick, Imperialist and Anti-Imperialists
Box   2
Folder   84
November trip to Philippines
Photographs
Box   2
Folder   85-86
Protests/marches, New York City 1988, meeting, political cartoon U.S. air force Korea pilots, USS Kittyhawk aircraft carrier, negatives of meeting/news conference, signing of bases revisions, Ambassador Murphy, Marcos, , 1979
Box   2
Folder   87
Delia Aquilar
Box   2
Folder   88
Capulong, FFP National Conference, 1981
Box   2
Folder   89
CIA in Philippines
Box   3
Folder   1
Mr. John Shauer
Box   3
Folder   2
Church Report
Box   3
Folder   3
Chavez
Box   3
Folder   4
Chicago, March 31 - April 1, 1978
Box   3
Folder   5
Philadelphia, National Committee for the Restoration of Civil Liberties in the Philippines (NCRCLP)
Box   3
Folder   6
Jesse Jackson
Box   3
Folder   7
Institute for Policy Studies (IPS)
Box   3
Folder   8
Jesse Jackson
Box   3
Folder   9
Kerry
Box   3
Folder   10
Life, July 1979
Box   3
Folder   11
Chicago National Coordinating Committee report, June 1975
Box   3
Folder   12
Church Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines
Box   3
Folder   13
Ronaldo Karunungan
Box   3
Folder   14
Muslim, 1978
Box   3
Folder   15
Osborne report from Jolo
Box   3
Folder   16
U.S. Congress, Aquino assassination
Box   3
Folder   17
Bread for the World, May 1985
Box   3
Folder   18
Gowing, A Day with the Rebels
Box   3
Folder   19
Canada Asia Currents
Box   3
Folder   20
Philippine Compass
Box   3
Folder   21
Association for Asian Studies
Box   3
Folder   22
Dollars and Sense, Karin Aguilar San Juan from the Philippines, July/August 1986
Box   3
Folder   23
Heritage Foundation, Two Studies on Philippines, 1986
Box   3
Folder   24
Walden Bello, Congressional Update, June 27, 1986
Box   3
Folder   25
National Ecumenical Conference on the Philippines (NECP), Boston, November 1992
Box   3
Folder   26
Soviet-Philippine relations
Box   3
Folder   27
Albert Ravenholt, Rising Expectations
Box   3
Folder   28
Peter Stanley
Box   3
Folder   29
Sinnott
Box   3
Folder   30
Gabriela, American children
Box   3
Folder   31
Mobilization for Survival, “After the Fall,” 1986
Box   3
Folder   32
Radical Bibliography of Sources on the Philippines
Box   3
Folder   33
Race and American Presence in the Philippines
Box   3
Folder   34
Ramparts
Box   3
Folder   35
Sison, Guerrero
Box   3
Folder   36
Steve Shalom, interviews, “The U.S. and The Philippines”
Box   3
Folder   37
Siklab
Box   3
Folder   38
Shaplen, R., New Yorker, May 3, 1976
Box   3
Folder   39
Shalom, Revolution and Rand
Box   3
Folder   40
Shalom, Steve
Box   3
Folder   41
Rosenberg, “End of Freest Press”
Box   3
Folder   42
Quiason
Box   3
Folder   43
Rodis, Rodel
Box   3
Folder   44
San Juan
Box   3
Folder   45
Resist
Box   3
Folder   46
Resistance, collaboration, Schirmer
Box   3
Folder   47
Schirmer, “Extremely 'Right' on the Panama Canal”
Box   3
Folder   48
Refugee Project
Box   3
Folder   49
Religious Opposition to Marcos
Box   3
Folder   50
Senate Bill 1443
Box   3
Folder   51
Squatters
Box   3
Folder   52
State Department overview, 1976
Box   3
Folder   53
Robert Stauffer
Box   3
Folder   54
Syracuse Peace Council
Box   3
Folder   55
Maryknoll
Box   4
Folder   1
De La Torre
Box   4
Folder   2
Church Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (CCHRP) Action Plan, 1993
Box   4
Folder   3
Domingo and Viernies
Box   4
Folder   4
Extradition
Box   4
Folder   5
FFP bulletin, Summer/Fall 1991
Box   4
Folder   6
U.S. and elections, FFP, et cetera
Box   4
Folder   7
Peacelink, November 1991
Box   4
Folder   8
Philippines and U.S. Intervention in Third World
Box   4
Folder   9
Mobilization for Survival
Box   4
Folder   10-11
Philadelphia Bulletin articles, January 20-24, 1974
Box   4
Folder   12
Panday Pira
Box   4
Folder   13
Cheryl Payer, progressive
Box   4
Folder   14
Gene Parker
Box   4
Folder   15
Business Week, March 1979
Box   4
Folder   16
Center for Defense Information
Box   4
Folder   17
Quimpo, “Barrio Utrecht”
Box   4
Folder   18
Camp Edwards
Box   4
Folder   19
Schirmer, “The Philippine Support Network in U.S.”
Box   4
Folder   20
Pandayan
Box   4
Folder   21
M. Paras
Box   4
Folder   22
Broder
Box   4
Folder   23
Bulosan
Box   4
Folder   24-25
S. Araneta, 1979-1980
Box   4
Folder   26
New Perspectives
Box   4
Folder   27
Belau
Box   4
Folder   28
Boston Committee on Human Rights and the Arts
Box   4
Folder   29
Lansdale
Box   4
Folder   30
James Bergeron
Box   4
Folder   31-32
Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), Invasion of Panama
Box   4
Folder   33
Association for International Cooperation and Disarmament (AICD)
Box   4
Folder   34
Okinawa Reports
Box   4
Folder   35
Schirmer, Asians Resist Nuclear Threat
Box   4
Folder   36
Schirmer Philippine Trip, 1978
Box   4
Folder   37
FFP petition on bases
Box   4
Folder   38
Institute for Filipino Resource and Information (IFRI), 1985
Box   4
Folder   39
Film: Breaking Ground, New People's Army (NPA), 1985
Box   4
Folder   40
Hunger strike, November 1987
Box   4
Folder   41
Bayan, 1987
Box   4
Folder   42
“Philippines Information Bulletin” (Schirmer), Moscow Peace Conference, 1973
Box   4
Folder   43
Moscow Peace Conference, 1973
Box   4
Folder   44-45
Renato, Constantino
Box   4
Folder   46
A Communications Center for Educational Services and Support (ACCESS) Philippines
Box   4
Folder   47
Gerlock
Box   4
Folder   48
John R. Glenn
Box   4
Folder   49
Joe Gerson, The Philippines, 1986
Box   4
Folder   50
Schirmer, U.S. Considers Aiming Nukes at Third World
Box   4
Folder   51
Frank Gould
Box   4
Folder   52
Grassroots International
Box   4
Folder   53
Green Revolution
Box   4
Folder   54
Alejandro Filipino Bishops
Box   4
Folder   55
Kaakbay
Box   4
Folder   56
Randy David et al., “Coup D'Etat, the Philippines,” Conference Papers, December 1986
Box   4
Folder   57
Resource Center for Philippine Concerns (RCPC)
Box   4
Folder   58
Resistance
Box   4
Folder   59
Raymos, Martial Law
Box   4
Folder   60
Nemesio Prudente
Box   4
Folder   61
International Peace Festival in the Philippines, 1991
Box   4
Folder   62
International Campaign on the 60-Day Truce
Box   4
Folder   63
Rectification, Sison
Box   4
Folder   64
Resource Centre for Philippine Concerns
Box   4
Folder   65-66
W.H. Scott
Box   4
Folder   67
Sign of the Times
Box   4
Folder   68
“The Philippine Religious System Under Martial Law”
Box   4
Folder   69
Solidarity
Box   4
Folder   70
Solidaridad II
Box   5
Folder   1
Philippine Concerns, Communication Foundation for Asia (CFA)
Box   5
Folder   2
Jose Diokno
Box   5
Folder   3
Diokno, “Militarization of Asia”
Box   5
Folder   4-5
Civil Liberties Union of the Philippines (CLUP), 1981-1982, Iran and , 1978 statement, , 1979
Box   5
Folder   6
Diokno, Washington speeches
Box   5
Folder   7
Church repression
Box   5
Folder   8
Alliance for Philippine Concerns (APC), Emmanuel, The Case for a Nuclear Free Philippines
Box   5
Folder   9
FFP, Draft statement, August 29, 1991
Box   5
Folder   10
Synapses, McGloin, and Shalom statements, September 1991
Box   5
Folder   11
Ad, July 22, 1991
Box   5
Folder   12
Ty and Dela Cruz, Subic and the Aetas, 1986
Box   5
Folder   13
Richard D. Fisher, “A Strategy for Keeping U.S. Bases in the Philippines,” May 1988
Box   5
Folder   14
The United States and the Philippines Bases, FFP policy briefs, 1987
Box   5
Folder   15
Naval Institute proceedings, Filipino Bases Going, Going, Gone, November 1988
Box   5
Folder   16
P.F. Kluge, “Why They Love U.S. in the Philippines”
Box   5
Folder   17
Lloyd Jeffrey Dumas Base Conversion, 1986
Box   5
Folder   18
Eric Guyot, U.S. Military Bases, 1987
Box   5
Folder   19
Conference transcripts, Military Bases, In Whose Interests?, Women's Conference, New York City, April 7-8, 1989
Box   5
Folder   20
Military Bases, In Whose Interest?, Women's Conference, New York City, 1989
Box   5
Folder   21
John Miller, Bases and Battleships
Box   5
Folder   22
John Miller, “The Challenge of Foreign Military Bases,” The Non-Violent Activist, December 1988
Box   5
Folder   23
Captain George C. Sadler, U.S. Navy Philippine bases
Box   5
Folder   24
Philippine agenda, U.S. Bases in the Philippines special report, May 1988
Box   5
Folder   25
Manglapus, support for bases, November 7, 1987; Aquino, , December 1987
Box   5
Folder   26
Fact sheet, U.S. Bases, Campaign Against U.S. Bases
Box   5
Folder   27
R.P. Views, A Brief Guide to Philippine Views and the U.S. Bases
Box   5
Folder   28
Philippine Bases Network Press Release, February 8, 1989
Box   5
Folder   29
Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) seminar on U.S. - Philippine relations
Box   5
Folder   30
Campaign Against Military Intervention in the Philippines (CAMIP)
Box   5
Folder   31
Alliance for Philippine Concerns (APC), 1986
Box   5
Folder   32
Campaign Against U.S. Bases in the Philippines, 1986
Box   6
Folder   1
Senator Lorenzo M. Tanada speech, World Assembly of Religious Workers
Box   6
Folder   2
Narciso G. Reyes, address at Fletcher School, October 1976
Box   6
Folder   3
Bases treaty, August 1991
Box   6
Folder   4
Stephen Rosskamm Shalom, “Accounting for Strategic Subordination: Foreign Military Bases in the Philippines and Vietnam”
Box   6
Folder   5
Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU, May First Movement Labor Center) primer, U.S. Bases in the Philippines
Box   6
Folder   6
“U.S. Bases and Toxic Waste,” L. Siegel, May 1990
Box   6
Folder   7
Senator Lorenzo Tanada, “President Aquino's Singular, Historic Opportunity,” March 1990
Box   6
Folder   8
Agency for International Development (AID), memorandum on base negotiations, October 21, 1989
Box   6
Folder   9
“Subic Base and the Aetas,” V.P.C., Ty and Raquel R. de la Cruz
Box   6
Folder   10
Church statement against bases, July 4, 1989
Box   6
Folder   11
Michael Bedford, U.S. Strategy in the Pacific and the Philippine Bases
Box   6
Folder   12
Senator Lorenzo Tanada, Anti-bases speech, August 10, 1989
Box   6
Folder   13
Philippine senate statement on bases phase-out, August 24, 1989
Box   6
Folder   14
“Acclaim Bulletin,” Anti-Bases, August 1989
Box   6
Folder   15
Ma. Victoria R. Raquiza, R.P. - U.S. bases agreement
Box   6
Folder   16
Charles W. Lindsey, “The Economics of U.S. Military Bases in the Philippines”
Box   6
Folder   17
Stephen Rosskamm Shalom, “U.S. Geo-Political Strategy and U.S. Bases in Philippines”
Box   6
Folder   18
Nuclear-Free Pacific conference, 1983
Box   6
Folder   19
Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) talk
Box   6
Folder   20
U.S. Bases and Vietnam War
Box   6
Folder   21
Cross Roads, International Anti-Base Conference, Manila, 1991
Box   6
Folder   22
David Sycip, U.S. Bases, Philippines Economic Recovery
Box   6
Folder   23
Philippine Studies newsletters
Box   6
Folder   24
Joseph Gerson, “U.S. Foreign Bases and Human Rights”
Box   6
Folder   25
Terry O'Rear, letters on bases, 1978
Box   6
Folder   26
Campaign Against U.S. Military Bases in the Philippines, 1987
Box   6
Folder   27
Center for Defense Information (CDI) Defense Monitor, U.S. Bases in the Philippines, 1986
Box   6
Folder   28
U.S. Bases conference, May 1991
Box   6
Folder   29
Synapses, U.S. bases, March 1991
Box   6
Folder   30
U.S. bases, Marcos, Del Monte
Box   6
Folder   31
U.S. bases, Porter, 1978
Box   6
Folder   32
“U.S. Bases in Philippine Economy,” Loveday
Box   6
Folder   33
Foreign Service Institute, Alternatives to U.S. Bases, 1989
Box   6
Folder   34
IBON, U.S. Bases, Philippine Economic Development, 1987
Box   6
Folder   35
F. Nemenzo, E. Garcia, position paper on U.S. bases, 1987
Box   6
Folder   36
Impact of U.S. Bases on Aetas, Negritos
Box   6
Folder   37
Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) talk
Box   6
Folder   38
E. Manapat Base and Nukes in New Constitution, 1986
Box   6
Folder   39
Burchard Treaty, November 1990
Box   6
Folder   40
U.S. bases, Terry O'Rear
Box   6
Folder   41
U.S. bases, Civil Liberties Union of the Philippines (CLUP), “Basic Data”
Box   6
Folder   42
A. Lichauco, U.S. bases
Box   6
Folder   43
Colonel William Trusdell, Clark Air Planes Memoirs Base Commander
Box   6
Folder   44
U.S. bases, Grinter
Box   6
Folder   45
U.S. bases in Philippines, FFP material
Box   6
Folder   46
Emmanuel, nuclear war and Philippines
Box   6
Folder   47
Georgetown Center for Strategic and International Studies (SCIS), U.S. base conference, 1978-1979
Box   6
Folder   48
U.S. bases agreement, Bell Trade Act, 1947
Box   6
Folder   49
U.S. bases, Georgetown Center for Strategic Studies, 1980
Box   6
Folder   50
Civil Liberties Union of the Philippines, bases statement, 1977
Box   6
Folder   51
U.S. Philippine Bases Agreement of , 1979
Box   6
Folder   52
Schirmer Testimony Before Dellums Subcommittee, December 1985
Box   6
Folder   53
Campaign for a Sovereign Philippines, statement, February 1987
Box   6
Folder   54
Philippine News and Features (PNF) articles, Bases at Bagzio and La Union
Box   6
Folder   55
Nuclear-Free Philippines Coalition
Box   6
Folder   56
U.S. bases, Midweek, April 1987
Box   6
Folder   57
No Nukes, F.Y. Arcellana, “In Pursuit of the Triad of Peace,” 1982
Box   6
Folder   58
Philippine Currents, August 1986
Box   6
Folder   59
Elmo Manapat, Philippine Resistance of U.S. Bases
Box   6
Folder   60
Anti-Nuke Pennant
Box   6
Folder   61
Simbulan Base Workers
Box   6
Folder   62
Cookie Diokno, funding letter, 1987
Box   6
Folder   63
Philippine material on U.S. bases, a partial list, 1965-1972
Box   6
Folder   64-68
Bases, 1986-1988
Box   6
Folder   69
FFP, Draft Statement on Bases Treaty, 1991
Box   6
Folder   70
John Miller, “The Challenge of Foreign Military Bases,” The Non-Violence Activist, December 1988
Box   6
Folder   71
U.S. Bases and Nukes, Nuclear Free Philippines Coalition, 1986
Box   6
Folder   72
“Campaign Against U.S. Bases in the Philippines” (CAB), leaflet distributed in D.C.
Box   6
Folder   73
Ma. Socorro L. Diokno, “Analysis of the Bases Talks,” February 19, 1991
Box   6
Folder   74
Campaign Against Bases brochure
Box   6
Folder   75
Professor Roland G. Simbulan, “U.S. Intervention in the Philippines,” 1985
Box   6
Folder   76
Roland Simbulan, “Special Warfare Facility for American Intervention Set-up on Philippine Territory,” press statement, 1985
Box   6
Folder   77
U.S. Peace Council vs. Philippine Bases, November 1989
Box   6
Folder   78
Mindanao, Anti-bases activity
Box   6
Folder   79
Jorge Emmanuel, Writings on Nuclear War, 1983
Box   6
Folder   80
Senator Wigberto Tanada, “Philippine Policy: Freedom from Nuclear Weapons,” August 1987
Box   6
Folder   81
U.S. bases, Interview with Senator Wigberto Tanada and Leader of United Church of Christ, 1989
Box   6
Folder   82
Recto and Constantino, “For Philippine Survival”
Box   6
Folder   83
Gina Alvarez, Goodbye to “Little America” (Camp John Hay), Solidaridad #2, 1991
Box   6
Folder   84
Coups and Bases, Schirmer, Midweek, May 9, 1991
Box   6
Folder   85
Anti-bases bumper stickers issued by church group
Box   6
Folder   86
Brigadier General Tadiar, U.S. Combat, Subic, before December 1989 coup attempt
Box   6
Folder   87
Terms of Resentment on U.S. Bases, Schirmer, Katipunan, April 1990
Box   6
Folder   88
Proposal from FFP, Schirmer, to Japanese for Asian Anti-bases conference, 1978
Box   6
Folder   89
Schirmer and Shalom, Aquino's Right Turn and the Bases
Box   6
Folder   90
U.S. Bases, Philippine-American Journal, Spring 1990
Box   6
Folder   91
“Friends of the Filipino People Bulletin,” U.S. Bases in Central America, 1990
Box   6
Folder   92
John Miller, U.S. military bases, 1988
Box   6
Folder   93
Interview with Manglapus, Katipunan, June 1988
Box   6
Folder   94
Steve Shalom, U.S. Pullout from Clark Secures Subic
Box   6
Folder   95
Leaflet against bases, SSD (special session on disarmament) III Campaign Against U.S. Bases
Box   6
Folder   96
Petition to Senate, Remove Bases, Campaign Against U.S. Military Bases in the Philippines
Box   6
Folder   97
Schirmer, “U.S. Bases in the Philippines Today,” FFP brochure, 1986
Box   6
Folder   98
“The Problem is Not Just In Central America and South Africa,” Campaign Against U.S. Bases, leaflet, 1987
Box   6
Folder   99
Patriotism and Internationalism, Schirmer, July 1987
Box   6
Folder   100
Facing Nuclear War in the Pacific, Schirmer, October 1987
Box   6
Folder   101
U.S. Bases and Prostitution
Box   6
Folder   102
U.S. Bases and Indigenous People, Aetas, 1989
Box   6
Folder   103
Copy for ad on bases, Philippine Bases Network
Box   6
Folder   104
United Church of Christ, Filipino Bishops Statement Against Bases and U.S. Intervention, March 1986
Box   6
Folder   105
Bases in Vietnam and Philippines, interview, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.), Ambassador Sokolov Manila, Chronicle, January 24, 1988
Box   6
Folder   106
Anti-Bases Campaign in Philippines, Making Waves, April 1990
Box   6
Folder   107
Guam base, map of Andersen base
Box   6
Folder   108
Jorge Emmanuel, Environmental Destruction and U.S. Bases
Box   6
Folder   109
Philippine Bases Network, Alliance for Philippine Concerns (APC), U.S. Bases, Taking Action, 1990
Friends of the Filipino People (FFP)
Box   7
Folder   1
FFP issued material
Box   7
Folder   2
Schirmer, letter to Edicio de la Torre on splitting FFP, 1977
Box   7
Folder   3
Paper for Preparatory Committee, United Nations Second Special Session on Disarmament, October 5, 1987
Box   7
Folder   4
News Briefs, 1981-1982
Box   7
Folder   5
1982
Box   7
Folder   6
Boston, 1982
Box   7
Folder   7
Petition, original, 1982
Box   7
Folder   8
Bases petitions, 1982
Box   7
Folder   9
Fact sheet, 1982
Box   7
Folder   10
Filipino Women, 1982
Box   7
Folder   11
Fact sheet, 1982
Box   7
Folder   12
1982
Box   7
Folder   13
Fact sheet, 1982
Box   7
Folder   14
For a Nuclear Free Philippines!, 1982
Box   7
Folder   15
1983
Box   7
Folder   16
FFP Quarterly, 1983
Box   7
Folder   17
Signed petitions, 1983
Box   7
Folder   18
History, 1983
Box   7
Folder   19
Proposal for an Anti-Bases ad, May 1991
Box   7
Folder   20
Leaflet, August 1983
Box   7
Folder   21
Aquino leaflet, 1983
Box   7
Folder   22
Boston Conference on Philippines Sponsored by UCM, FFP, et cetera, April 1984
Box   7
Folder   23
Leaflet on bases given out at United Nations Special Session on Disarmament, 1978
Box   7
Folder   24
Call for Lobby Day, May 1986
Box   7
Folder   25
National Meeting, September 1990
Box   7
Folder   26
Boston leaflet greeting Aquino, 1986
Box   7
Folder   27
1984
Box   7
Folder   28
Congress Project, 1984
Box   7
Folder   29
Participation in national conference on the May 14 elections, , 1984
Box   7
Folder   30
Conference, 1984
Box   7
Folder   31
1984
Box   7
Folder   32
SSD (special session on disarmament) II statement of FFP, October 5, 1981
Box   7
Folder   33
Leaflet, April 20, 1984
Box   7
Folder   34
National conference, 1985
Box   7
Folder   35
Treasurer's report, 1985-1986
Box   7
Folder   36
Statements against bases, August 1986
Box   7
Folder   37
Nuclear statement, 1986
Box   7
Folder   38
Update, January 1988
Box   7
Folder   39
1988
Box   7
Folder   40
Press packet, Aquino visit, November 1986
Box   7
Folder   41
Newspaper ad, July 22, 1991
Box   7
Folder   42
Draft statement, August 29, 1991
Box   7
Folder   43
McGloin statement, September 1991
Box   7
Folder   44
Press, 1989 coup attempt
Box   7
Folder   45
1986-1987
Box   7
Folder   46
Caldwell campaign
Box   7
Folder   47
Mailing list, 1982
Box   7
Folder   48
Broad and Cavanagh, “No More NICS” (Newly Industrialized Countries), 1988
Box   7
Folder   49
Howard Bouis
Box   7
Folder   50
E.E. Escultura
Box   7
Folder   51
Economic Relations Project (ERP)
Box   7
Folder   52
The Philippines, Peggy Duff, editor, Vietnam International, April, May, June 1976
Box   7
Folder   53
Foreign Medical Graduates
Box   7
Folder   54
Filipinos in U.S.
Box   7
Folder   55
Filipino Labor
Box   7
Folder   56
Filipino Far West Task Force on Education
Box   7
Folder   57
Fast
Box   7
Folder   58
Far West Task Force on Education
Box   7
Folder   59
Filipino Newsletter
Box   7
Folder   60
French Statement on Philippines
Box   7
Folder   61
Bill Goodfellow
Box   7
Folder   62
Australian Development News Digest (DND) report on Philippines
Box   7
Folder   63
B. Grace, Politics of Income Distribution in Philippines
Box   7
Folder   64
Golay, “U.S. Interest and Philippines Politics,” October 1976
Box   7
Folder   65
GE (General Electric) in Philippines
Box   7
Folder   66
Richard Deats
Box   7
Folder   67
Deats
Box   7
Folder   68
Dole
Box   7
Folder   69
Davis Film: The Price of Empire
Box   7
Folder   70
Conroy, R, Guardian, June 16, 1976
Box   7
Folder   71
Department of State, Human Rights, 1976
Box   7
Folder   72
Copper in Philippines
Box   7
Folder   73
Lelyveld, U.S. in Southern Asia, New York Times, 1974
Box   7
Folder   74
E. Liu
Box   8
Folder   1
Al Parsons
Box   8
Folder   2
Malnutrition in Philippines, 1976
Box   8
Folder   3
Charles Lindsey
Box   8
Folder   4
McWilliams Bulosan
Box   8
Folder   5
Mennonite Newsletter
Box   8
Folder   6
“The Coming of the Strangers,” Indochina Curriculum Group, 1974
Box   8
Folder   7
Bradford Lyttle
Box   8
Folder   8
Wall Street Journal
Box   8
Folder   9
2...3...Many
Box   8
Folder   10
David Williams on Martial Law, 1973
Box   8
Folder   11
“The U.S. Role in Counter Insurgency,” Naval War College Review, January-February 1973
Box   8
Folder   12
Laura Henze-Langley paper, revised
Box   8
Folder   13
John A. Lent,“ The Philippine Press Under Martial Law”
Box   8
Folder   14
Kerkvliet on Land Reform, 1972
Box   8
Folder   15
Lela Noble, Philippines, 1976
Box   8
Folder   16
O'Hare
Box   8
Folder   17
Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)
Box   8
Folder   18
Oui, March 1973
Box   8
Folder   19
Owen, Norman, Philippines Historiography
Box   8
Folder   20
Pacific Counseling Service “Philippines- Next Vietnam”
Box   8
Folder   21
Pacific News Service
Box   8
Folder   22
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
Box   8
Folder   23
Moro Massacre Gross-out
Box   8
Folder   24
L. Neuman, Mindanao Chino Dam
Box   8
Folder   25
Peter Neu
Box   8
Folder   26
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
Box   8
Folder   27
Stuart Miller
Box   8
Folder   28
Muslims, Murray
Box   8
Folder   29
Avila
Box   8
Folder   30
David Prescot Barrows, Kenton J. Clymer
Box   8
Folder   31
Bibliography, The Forgotten Philippines
Box   8
Folder   32
Buckley, Harpers, February 1972
Box   8
Folder   33
Tom Buckley, “Corks in the Pacific”
Box   8
Folder   34
Agricultural Workers
Box   8
Folder   35
Russell Johnson
Box   8
Folder   36
Kahin, G., Testimony on Philippines
Box   8
Folder   37
International Commission of Jurist, New York Times, July 31, 1977
Box   8
Folder   38
Journal of Contemporary Asia
Box   8
Folder   39
Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibilities (ICCR), Philippines statement, 1974
Box   8
Folder   40
R. Constantino, “Nationalism and the Heroes from Batac”
Box   8
Folder   41
Kristianong Katilingba Dispatch
Box   8
Folder   42
Promotion of Church People's Rights (PCPR) newsletter
Box   8
Folder   43
IBON
Box   8
Folder   44
Liberation, 1973, 1983, 1984
Box   8
Folder   45
Peace Maker, March 1984
Box   8
Folder   46
Bagwis
Box   8
Folder   47
Bayan, Mendiola
Box   8
Folder   48
“Asian Student News”
Box   8
Folder   49
Promotion of Church People's Rights (PCPR)
Box   8
Folder   50
League of Filipino Students, 1985
Box   8
Folder   51
Philippine Non-Government Organizations (NGOs)
Box   8
Folder   52
Nationalist Alliance for Justice, Freedom, and Democracy
Box   8
Folder   53
Student Christian Movement of the Philippines
Box   8
Folder   54
Institute for Popular Democracy
Box   8
Folder   55
Aquino, Thanksgiving Mass, March 2, 1986
Box   8
Folder   56
Reyes, “The Philippines in Southeast Asia”
Box   8
Folder   57
An Invitation to Filipino Artists
Box   8
Folder   58
Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP)
Box   8
Folder   59
Philippines International Forum, church persecution
Box   8
Folder   60
Philippines News and Features
Box   8
Folder   61
Solidaridad II
Box   8
Folder   62
Philippine Agenda
Box   8
Folder   63
Philippine news briefs, April-May 1984
Box   8
Folder   64
International Solidarity News Digest
Box   8
Folder   65
Mamamyang Nagkaya-Isa Kay Aquino (MANA) call for Ninoy Aquino Memorial
Box   8
Folder   66
Katarongan, Ecumenical Movement for Justice and Peace (EMJP)
Box   8
Folder   67
Bayan
Box   8
Folder   68
Cordillera Currents
Box   8
Folder   69
Jose W. Diokno Foundation, Open Letter to President Aquino, February 27, 1988
National Democratic Front (NDF)
Box   8
Folder   70
Balita Ng Malayang
Box   8
Folder   71
Liberation
Box   8
Folder   72
Statement: The New Philippine Situation and Our Tasks
Box   8
Folder   73
Philippine Signs
Box   8
Folder   74
Tao-Kalikasan, 1987-1988
Box   8
Folder   75
Ecumenical Movement for Justice and Peace (EMJP) Primer on Militarization
Box   8
Folder   76
Institute for Popular Democracy
Box   8
Folder   77
Panorama, Diokno interview, May 13, 1984
Box   8
Folder   78
Asia Forum on Human Rights, 1980
Box   8
Folder   79
Bataan Export Processing Zone
Box   8
Folder   80
Bayan
Box   8
Folder   81
Boycott Campaign, 1981
Box   8
Folder   82
Pomeroy, 1978
Box   8
Folder   83
Asia Forum on Human Rights
Box   8
Folder   84
Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP) Update
Box   8
Folder   85
Asia Conference on Human Rights, 1979
Box   8
Folder   86
William Pomeroy, 1977
Box   8
Folder   87
Balai
Box   8
Folder   88
Praxis S1-4, 1988
Box   8
Folder   89
B. Aquino statement before U.S. Congress Committee, June 23, 1983
Box   8
Folder   90
National Secretariat of Social Action, Justice, and Peace (NASSA) News
Box   8
Folder   91
Sr. Aurora Zambrano “U.S. Foreign Policy in the Philippines,” 1978
Box   8
Folder   92
Vlaardingen-Bacolod Cities Friendship Ties and Cooperations (VBCFTC), Xenia Tupas
Box   8
Folder   93
A. Lichauco, “Monthly Review of Philippine Situation,” 1984
Box   8
Folder   94
National Democratic Front (NDF), Utrecht statements, 1989-1990
Box   9
Folder   1
Bayan Bicol, 1984
Box   9
Folder   2
Bishop Clavel, “The Church and Revolution,” Part II, America, May 1986
Box   9
Folder   3
Cordillera, People's Democratic Front
Box   9
Folder   4
Tao-Kalikasan
Box   9
Folder   5
Narciso Reyes
Box   9
Folder   6
Diokno Foundation
Box   9
Folder   7
Nationalist Alliance for Justice, Freedom, and Democracy, Escalante Massacre, 1985
Box   9
Folder   8
Fact sheet on Escalante massacre
Box   9
Folder   9
New People's Army
Box   9
Folder   10
Neo-Colonialism, Civil Liberties Union of the Philippines (CLUP)
Box   9
Folder   11
Lin Neumann
Box   9
Folder   12
National Democratic Front (NDF)
Box   9
Folder   13
Bantayan Environment Report
Box   9
Folder   14
Bayan Paninindigan
Box   9
Folder   15
National Democratic Front (NDF) statement on Panama Invasion
Box   9
Folder   16
Buklod Center, Olongapo
Box   9
Folder   17
World Assembly Religious Workers, Lorenzo Tanada, D112 address
Box   9
Folder   18
Sison, Struggle for National Democracy
Box   9
Folder   19
Sison message
Box   9
Folder   20
Simbayan (“Church for the People”), April 1984
Box   9
Folder   21
Sugar Industry, “Sugar Volcano,” Natural Sugar for Men, 1987
Box   9
Folder   22
Task Force Detainees
Box   9
Folder   23
Solidaridad II
Box   9
Folder   24
Sr. Tan
Box   9
Folder   25
Sambayanan
Box   9
Folder   26
Tanada
Box   9
Folder   27-28
Roland Simbulan
Box   9
Folder   29
Sison Doc
Box   9
Folder   30
Salonga
Box   9
Folder   31
Samar
Box   9
Folder   32
Asia-Pacific People's Forum
Box   9
Folder   33
Bayan, 1991
Box   9
Folder   34
Muslim
Box   9
Folder   35
National Secretariat of Social Action, Justice, and Peace (NASSA)
Box   9
Folder   36
Nationalist Alliance, November 1985
Box   9
Folder   37
Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) Solidarity Network: The Utrecht Connection
Box   9
Folder   38
Church and Peace
Box   9
Folder   39-40
Lichauco
Box   9
Folder   41
Cordillera News Agency Report on Army Atrocities, September 1985
Box   9
Folder   42
Coalition of Marxist and Revolutionary Democratic Organizations, “New Direction,” January 17, 1986
Box   9
Folder   43
Francisco Nemenzo, “The Current Philippine Crisis and the Immediate Post-Marcos Future,” October 20, 1985
Box   9
Folder   44
Ernesto M. Villecas, “Oil Imperialism in the Philippines,” Third World Studies Papers, August 1981
Box   9
Folder   45
Bayan constitution and by-laws
Box   9
Folder   46
Bayan, “Fight for a Genuine and Lasting Peace,” 1986
Box   9
Folder   47
Dr. Jose P. Rizal, Noli Me Tangere, comic book, National Book Store
Box   9
Folder   48
World Council of Churches and Christian Conference of Asia Press Communiqué, Manila, May 5, 1986
Box   9
Folder   49
Philippine Peace and Solidarity Council (World Peace Council Affiliate), Publication Narso, 1985
Box   9
Folder   50
Alliance of Concerned Teachers, Philippines, Kaakbay, statements, 1985
Box   9
Folder   51
Lawyers' Manifesto, December 1984
Box   9
Folder   52
Philippine Newsletters, Volumes 1 #9, November-December 1984
Box   9
Folder   53
National Congress for Promotion of Church People's Rights, October 1986
Box   9
Folder   54
The Regional Post, Luzon Secretariat of Social Action, May-July 1983
Box   9
Folder   55
Plaridez Papers, “Operation “E.T.” and August 1984 #2
Box   9
Folder   56
IBON Databand, “What Crisis- Highlights of the Philippine Economy, 1983”
Box   9
Folder   57
Kaakbay, materials from founding congress, March 19, 1983
Box   9
Folder   58
The Ten Point Program of the National Democratic Front, Philippines, 1979
Box   9
Folder   59
Cordillera Quarterly, Volume II, #1, July-September 1985
Box   9
Folder   60
“Join the All-Woman Procession for Justice and Freedom,” leaflet, Manila, October 1983
Box   9
Folder   61
“Informational: Murder of Journalists,” publication of National Press Club, August-September 1985
Box   9
Folder   62
Alumni Account of Up Events of , 1971
Box   9
Folder   63
Papers of Fourth National Conference on Local History, The Journal of History, Volume XXVII, #1 and 2, January-December 1982
Box   9
Folder   64
Belinda Aquino columns, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1986
Box   9
Folder   65
Campaign Against Military Prostitution (CAMP) brochure
Box   9
Folder   66
Southern Negros Evacuation, Human Rights Alliance, 1985
Box   9
Folder   67
Postcard, body of Fr. Tullio Favali, murdered by Ultra-Right, 1985
Box   9
Folder   68
Sr. Caridad Guidote, “The Philippines: The El Salvador of Asia,” 1984
Box   9
Folder   69
Bayan, Mindanao bumper stickers
Box   9
Folder   70
Letizia Constantino, “The Snap Revolution”
Box   9
Folder   71
Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (ICM) call to boycott elections, 1984
Box   9
Folder   72
Mindanao, Interfaith People's Conference Secretariat brochure
Box   9
Folder   73
An appeal for support to Kalingas and Bontocs, 1979
Box   9
Folder   74
Raphael Financial Post, Manila, 1987
Box   9
Folder   75
The February Revolution: a Panel Discussion, The Philippines in the Third World Papers, Third World Studies Center, April 1986
Box   9
Folder   76
“Total War and Its Effect on Indigenous Communities,” Alliance of Concerned Teachers, 1989
Box   9
Folder   77
Institute for Popular Democracy report, May elections, May 30, 1987
Box   9
Folder   78
Proposed National Plan for AIDS, July 30, 1987
Box   9
Folder   79
Interrogation of Coup Leader Biggen Gaydo Afp, January 1990
Box   9
Folder   80
Philippine Insight, Volume 1, #5, January-February 1987
Box   9
Folder   81
Resource Center for Philippine Concerns (RCPC), Human Rights, December 10, 1987
Box   9
Folder   82
Report on December 1989 coup attempt
Box   9
Folder   83
Solidaridad
Box   9
Folder   84
Midweek
Box   9
Folder   85
Amnesty International statement on Jaime Tadeo, June 1990
Box   9
Folder   86
Philippine Witness, 1987, 1988, 1991
Box   9
Folder   87
Hawaiian Hid Resolution Killed, April 15, 1987
Box   9
Folder   88
Statement of People's Caucus, September 14, 1990
Box   9
Folder   89
New Directions #1, January 17, 1986
Box   9
Folder   90
Bayan, A Message to the Nicaraguan People, July 19, 1986
Box   9
Folder   91
National Democratic Front (NDF) International Office, NDF Successfully Holds Congress!, August 1, 1990
Box   9
Folder   92
National Democratic Front (NDF) International Office, statement on the safe return of the Japanese and American volunteers, August 3, 1990
Box   9
Folder   93
Notes on the Philippines, 1989
Box   9
Folder   94
Philippine Insight, Ecumenical Partnership for International Concerns (EPIC), March-April 1987
Box   9
Folder   95
Bayan, The Present Political Situation
Box   9
Folder   96
National Democratic Front (NDF) to Form Negotiating Panels and Working Group on Human Rights Statement, December 28, 1990
Box   9
Folder   97
Our Agenda for a Just and Lasting Peace, National Democratic Front (NDF) proposal, 1982
Box   9
Folder   98
Filipinas, November-December 1988, , May-June 1990
Box   9
Folder   99
Horacio Morales, Participation and Empowerment Perspectives on Political Reform, National Alliance for Justice, Freedom, and Democracy (NAJFD) Monographs, June 1986
Box   9
Folder   100
Emmanuel de Dios, Economic Development and the Constitution, National Alliance for Justice, Freedom, and Democracy (NAJFD) Monographs, June 1986
Box   9
Folder   101
IBON
Box   10
Folder   1
Praktika, May 14, 1986
Box   10
Folder   2
Philippine Development Forum
Box   10
Folder   3
A. Lichauco, Imperialism
Box   10
Folder   4
New Asian Visions, Volume 2, #1, 1985; Volume 3, #1, , 1986
Box   10
Folder   5
Walden Bello, Reagan's Philippine Policy, John Miller, Overseas Military Bases, Socio-pastoral Institute
Box   10
Folder   6
Josue Mas, “When Did We See You,” Christian Spirituality, 1973
Box   10
Folder   7
“Philippino Resource Center Monitor,” November 1990
Box   10
Folder   8
“The Dialogue,” Christian Initiation Center of International Learning, January 1988
Box   10
Folder   9
Philippines in Third World papers, Third World Studies Center
Box   10
Folder   10
Paninindigan, March, October 1991
Box   10
Folder   11
Kasarinlan
Box   10
Folder   12
Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP), The Military Accusation, November 11, 1987
Box   10
Folder   13
Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU, May First Movement Labor Center), correspondence, February 1988, International Bulletin, , June 1987
Box   10
Folder   14
National Citizens Peace Monitoring Council, preliminary reports, January 20, 1987
Box   10
Folder   15
Maria Serena, Diokno, Statement of Resignation from Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) Negotiating Panel
Box   10
Folder   16
Bayan, 1987
Box   10
Folder   17
Cordillera Currents, January-March, April-June 1991
Box   10
Folder   18
Philnews, 1987
Box   10
Folder   19
The VIHDA Files, Visayas Human Development Agency, October 1989, , January 1990, , June-September 1990
Box   10
Folder   20
Jose Ma. Sison, Action Alert Appeal for Support, July 1990
Box   10
Folder   21
Interview with Sison, Monthly Review, May 1987
Box   10
Folder   22
Amado Guerrero, Struggle Against Revisionism, 1974
Box   10
Folder   23
“Nature and Outcome of Constitutional Commission,” J.M. Sison, 1986
Box   10
Folder   24
Jose Maria Sison, Filipino Revolutionary Fighter
Box   10
Folder   25
Joint United States Military Assistance Group, Philippines (JUSMAGP), reports, 1950-1951
Box   10
Folder   26
Communist Party of the Philippines (PKP) statement, April 1987
Box   10
Folder   27
Background Dossier, Permanent Peoples Tribunal (PPT) Session on the Philippines, The Filipino People vs. The U.S. - Marcos Dictatorship, October 1980
Box   10
Folder   28
“KUDETA, The Challenge to Philippine Democracy”
Box   10
Folder   29
Political Detainees in the Philippines, Book Two
Box   10
Folder   30
Diliman Review, Special Feature on People's Power, Volume 34, #2, 1986
Box   10
Folder   31
Institute for Popular Democracy Fact Sheet on Coup, December 1989
Box   10
Folder   32
Kilusan Laban sa Kudeta (KILOS) statement, December 1989 coup attempt
Box   10
Folder   33
Nuclear Free Philippines Coalition, statement on proposed constitution, 1987
Box   10
Folder   34
Philippine Insight, September-October 1986
Box   10
Folder   35
Merlin Magallona, “U.S. Marshall Plan for the Philippines”
Box   10
Folder   36
Diliman Review, January-March 1979
Box   10
Folder   37
Filipino People's Committee (KSP), Seeds of Intervention
Box   10
Folder   38
Kasarinlan, 1st quarter, 1989
Box   10
Folder   39
Charito Planas, New Party, November 1986
Box   10
Folder   40
Philippine Human Rights Update, July 1989 - February 1990
Box   10
Folder   41
Social Volcano
Box   10
Folder   42
The Quartet of the Tiger Moon, Scenes from the People - Power Apocalypse
Box   10
Folder   43
People Power: An Eyewitness History
Box   10
Folder   44
Kilusan, “In the Face of Adversity”
Box   10
Folder   45
Political Detainees in the Philippines
Alliance for Philippine Concerns (APC)
Box   10
Folder   46
APC
Box   10
Folder   47
Vigilante Groups
Box   10
Folder   48
APC
Box   10
Folder   49
East coast, 1988
Box   10
Folder   50
Conference, August 1989
Box   10
Folder   51
Documents
Box   10
Folder   52-53
Mike Bedford, Third World Report, 1989
Box   10
Folder   54
Asia Pacific, 1988-1989
Box   10
Folder   55
British Contacts
Box   10
Folder   56
Broad and Cavanaugh, “Development”
Box   10
Folder   57
Campaign for Democracy and Independence in the Philippines (CAMDI)
Box   10
Folder   58
Campaign to End U.S. Intervention in Philippines
Box   10
Folder   59-60
Church Coalition, 1992-1994
Box   10
Folder   61
Gauanagh, John
Box   11
Folder   1
Church Coalition
Box   11
Folder   2
Clark Commission and Alliance for Philippine Concerns (APC) on vigilantes
Box   11
Folder   3
Clements
Box   11
Folder   4
Mission Etrangers
Box   11
Folder   5
Mennonites
Box   11
Folder   6
Ecumenical Conference, 1992
Box   11
Folder   7
Moley Familliaran
Box   11
Folder   8
Domingo and Viernes
Box   11
Folder   9
Ecumenical conference, Cambridge, November 1993
Box   11
Folder   10
Dante
Box   11
Folder   11
Mideast, 1984
Box   11
Folder   12
Wesley Uemura, Michigan talk
Box   11
Folder   13
Micronesia
Box   11
Folder   14
NE Pacific Coalition
Box   11
Folder   15
Nautilus
Box   11
Folder   16
Nuclear war, 1980-1981
Box   11
Folder   17
Nonviolent Alternatives (NVA)
Box   11
Folder   18
Nuclear threats
Box   11
Folder   19-20
Nuclear war, 1982-1983
Box   11
Folder   21
Nuke and arms build-up
Box   11
Folder   22
National conference on boycott, 1984
Box   11
Folder   23
Friends of the Japanese Peace Movement, Philippine concerns
Box   11
Folder   24
Ninoy Aquino Movement (NAM)
Box   11
Folder   25
New Caledonia
Box   11
Folder   26
Peace Work, November 1987
Box   11
Folder   27
Peace Walk
Box   11
Folder   28
Pax Christi
Box   11
Folder   29
Panama
Box   11
Folder   30
Papal Visit
Box   11
Folder   31
Pacific research
Box   11
Folder   32
Pacific Islands
Box   11
Folder   33
Pacific Concerns Resource Center
Box   11
Folder   34
Oxford Committee for Famine Relief (OXFAM)
Box   11
Folder   35
Philippine Workers Support Committee (PWSC), Philippine Labor Alert
Box   11
Folder   36
Church Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (CCHRP), Philippine Witness
Box   11
Folder   37
Campaign Against Military Intervention in the Philippines, regional representatives
Box   11
Folder   38
Philippine Support Committee, Travel Seminar brochure
Box   11
Folder   39
Philippine Report, October 1986
Box   11
Folder   40
Congress Task Force, February 1982
Box   11
Folder   41
“Pacific News Bulletin”
Box   11
Folder   42
Survival International
Box   11
Folder   43
Defense Intelligence College, “The Philippines in SE Asia,” 1989
Box   11
Folder   44
Asian Issues, Tokyo
Box   11
Folder   45
Philippine Assistance for Technology and Health (PATH), California
Box   11
Folder   46
Eric Guyot, “Hearts and Minds,” Progressive, January 1986
Box   11
Folder   47
Congressional Record, “Labor in the Philippines,” 1984
Box   11
Folder   48
“Harvard Divinity Bulletin”
Box   11
Folder   49
Philippine American Group - Advocates for Social Action (PAG-ASA)
Box   11
Folder   50
The Philippines, Canvasses of Women in Crisis
Box   11
Folder   51
Ningas, 1979
Box   11
Folder   52
Youngblood, R.L., “Philippine-American Relations Under the 'New Society'”
Box   11
Folder   53
William Worthy, articles for Baltimore Afro-American, 1976
Box   11
Folder   54
Mobilization for Survival
Box   11
Folder   55
Action Philippines
Box   11
Folder   56
Philippine News Australia
Box   11
Folder   57
Lenny Siegel
Box   11
Folder   58
Puerto Rico, Vieques
Box   11
Folder   59
Rosenberg
Box   11
Folder   60
Rickover
Box   11
Folder   61
The Rapid Deployment Force (RDF) and Nuclear War
Box   11
Folder   62
Reuter
Box   11
Folder   63
Resist, January-February 1985
Box   11
Folder   64
Lind Richter, statement
Box   11
Folder   65
Schirmer, Peacework, March 1987
Box   11
Folder   67
Synapses
Box   11
Folder   68
John Silva
Box   11
Folder   69
Silber, War in Indochina
Box   11
Folder   70
Taliba
Box   11
Folder   71
Synapses
Box   11
Folder   72
Soviet Peace Activity
Box   11
Folder   73
Sugar Workers and Father Saguinsin
Box   11
Folder   74-75
Soviet Union and Philippines
Box   11
Folder   76
Sussman, Gerald
Box   11
Folder   77
Third World and Nuclear War
Box   11
Folder   76
Thailand
Box   11
Folder   77
Sambayan
Box   11
Folder   78
Sojourner
Box   11
Folder   79
“UE News” (United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America) on Marcos, August 1983
Box   11
Folder   80
Tsongas
Box   11
Folder   81
United Nations Petition, Philippines, 1982
Box   11
Folder   82
University Christian Movement (UCM)
Box   11
Folder   83
United Front in the Philippines
Box   11
Folder   84
Trash Philippines
Box   11
Folder   85
Tribal Minorities
Box   11
Folder   86
Tripoli Conference
Box   11
Folder   87
Torture Tableau
Box   11
Folder   88
World Policy, Walden Bello
Box   11
Folder   89
Philippine Research Center
Box   11
Folder   90
Philippine Resistance
Box   11
Folder   91
Philippine Solidarity Network
Box   11
Folder   92
Heritage
Box   12
Folder   1
Low Intensity Conflict
Box   12
Folder   2
Crossroads Life Records, 1990
Box   12
Folder   3
McCoy
Box   12
Folder   4
Philippine Compass, 1992
Box   12
Folder   5
Philippines, photocopied clippings, 1989
Box   12
Folder   6
Philippines, 1991
Box   12
Folder   7
Philippine Workers Support Committee
Box   12
Folder   8
Philippine Resource Center
Box   12
Folder   9
Transnational
Box   12
Folder   10
Tadeo visit
Box   12
Folder   11
Synapses
Box   12
Folder   12-13
Philippine Liberation Courier
Box   12
Folder   14
Jeffery Race, “End of Martial Law”
Box   12
Folder   15
Rapid Deployment Force (RDF), Mike Klare
Box   12
Folder   16
Philippine Report
Box   12
Folder   17
“Philippine Studies Newsletter”
Box   12
Folder   18
Philippine Workers Support Committee
Box   12
Folder   19
U.S. Economic Aid to Philippines
Box   12
Folder   20
U.S. Landholdings and Marcos
Box   12
Folder   21
U.S. Pacific Issues Network
Box   12
Folder   22
U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, “The Philippines: A Situation Report,” October 31, 1985
Box   12
Folder   23
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.)
Box   12
Folder   24
Owen Wilkes
Box   12
Folder   25
Vieques
Box   12
Folder   26
Zoltan Grossman
Box   12
Folder   27
“Philippine Information Bulletin”
Box   12
Folder   28
Jonathan Fine Health Workers in Philippines
Box   12
Folder   29
Postcards of Bud Dajo Massacre
Box   12
Folder   30
Robert F. Drinan Letter on Tampipi Case
Box   12
Folder   31
John Miller, “People's Power in the Philippines,” Non-Violent Activist, June 1988
Box   12
Folder   32
Mobilization for Survival leaflet, “Reconciliation Not Repression,” May 1986
Box   12
Folder   33
Nobel Peace Prize for Task Force Detainees, August 1985
Box   12
Folder   34
Human Rights Groups' statement on 1986 elections
Box   12
Folder   35
Philippine Workers Support Committee, Boston, Town of Philippine Labor Leaders, October 1985
Box   12
Folder   36
Poster, “Stop This Plantation!,” British Support Group
Box   12
Folder   37
“Kasama,” Philippines Support Group, U.K., #14, 1985
Box   12
Folder   38
Tom Fawthrop, “Father Conrado Balweg”
Box   12
Folder   39
Providence, Rhode Island, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), Requests Held for Julie Sison
Box   12
Folder   40
Memorial Mass for Benigno Aquino, Dahlgren Chapel, Georgetown University, August 28, 1983
Box   12
Folder   41
Karin Aguilar, “San Juan Labor Movement Sparks Philippine Resistance,” Resist, January 1986
Box   12
Folder   42
Grassroots International, “The Philippines: A Crisis Information Project,” 1985-1986
Box   12
Folder   43
Senator Edward Kennedy statement on the Philippines, April 1986
Box   12
Folder   44
Church Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines brochure, 1989
Box   12
Folder   45
Philippine Human Rights Lobby Petition to Support President Corazon Aquino's Policy of National Reconciliation, 1986
Box   12
Folder   46
Wurfer, David, “Martial Law in the Philippines: The Methods of Regime Survival”
Box   12
Folder   47
Belinda Aquino, “The Philippines: End of an Era,” Current History, April 1986
Box   12
Folder   48
Bulletin of Dutch Support Group, September 1985
Box   12
Folder   49
“400 Year War, Moro Struggle in the Philippines,” S.E. Asia Chronicle, 1982
Box   12
Folder   50
Benigno S. Aquino Memorial Foundation, Boston, Massachusetts, brochure
Box   12
Folder   51
Dutch Filipino Support Group
Box   12
Folder   52
Edith Hodgkinson, “The Philippines to 1993,” The Economist, Intelligence Unit Special Report, #1145
Box   12
Folder   53
Survival International, Urgent Action Bulletin and Alert, 1986
Box   12
Folder   54
Leaflet, talk by Dorothy Friesen, March 6, 1989
Box   12
Folder   55
Leaflet, meeting, Revolution, Reaction and Renewal, FFP, February 1989
Box   12
Folder   56
Steve Shalom, “The Banks are Made of Marble”
Box   12
Folder   57
Compass, New York Committee for Philippine-American Solidarity, May, June 1992, issues 2, 3
Box   12
Folder   58
Dr. Roger W. Fontaine, The Philippines: A Deepening Quandary, U.S. Global Strategy Council
Box   12
Folder   59
U.S. material for Philippine Support Lobbyist, 1990
Box   12
Folder   60
Tambuli, Chicago, National Committee for Restoration of Civil Liberties in the Philippines (NCRCLP), October 1973
Box   12
Folder   61
The Struggle for Philippine Sovereignty, National Impact Education Fund
Box   12
Folder   62
A Primer on Vigilante Violence in the Philippines, National Ecumenical Conference on the Philippines, 1987
Box   12
Folder   63
Filipino People vs. U.S. - Marcos Dictatorship, Philippines Resource Center, 1980
Box   12
Folder   64
Richard P. Claude, Eric Stover, June Lopez, Health Professionals and Human Rights in the Philippines
Box   12
Folder   65
Jon Swain, “The Ambush, Muslim War in Philippines,” Sunday Times Magazine, April 23, 1975
Box   12
Folder   66
Horacio Morales-Man, The Peace Process in the Philippines, Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, 1992
Box   12
Folder   67
Philippine Participation, International Police Academy
Box   12
Folder   68
Chip Fay, “Counter Insurgency and Tribal Peoples in the Philippines,” Survival International U.S.A., October 1987
Box   12
Folder   69
Philippine Resource Center, November 2, 1990
Physical Description: 4 items 
Box   12
Folder   70
The Philippines: Violations of the Laws of War by Both Sides, Asia Watch Report, August 1990
Box   12
Folder   71
“Which Way the Philippines,” Far East Reporter, December 1986
Box   12
Folder   72
Peter B. Stanley, “The Manongs of California,” Harvard Magazine, May/June 1987
Box   12
Folder   73
David G. Timberman, The 1992 Philippine Elections, Asia Society
Box   12
Folder   74
Jim Morrell, The Challenge of the Philippines, Congressional Testimony, 1980
Box   12
Folder   75
Indigenous People in the Philippines, Anthropology Resource Center, background documents
Box   12
Folder   76
Virginia Cawagas, Women in the Philippines
Box   12
Folder   77
Forward Motion, Articles by Sison, San Juan, February 1987
Box   12
Folder   78
World Bank Report on Philippines, Volumes 1, 2, 3, 1976
Box   12
Folder   79
Philippine Statement, Day Before Martial Law, Reprinted by National Committee for Restoration of Civil Liberties in the Philippines (NCRCLP)
Box   12
Folder   80
Concerned Filipinos, New York Anti-Martial Law, statement, September 1972
Box   12
Folder   81
Communications Under Aquino, Gerald Sussman on, 1989
Box   12
Folder   82
Politics and Press Since Marcos, Gerald Sussman, January-March 1990
Box   12
Folder   82
Philippines: Corporate Control in Communications, Pacific Research, Gerald Sussman
Box   12
Folder   83
Congressman Tony Hall, letter to President on Philippines, 1990
Box   12
Folder   84
Philippines Today, Summer 1948
Box   12
Folder   85
Clippings, 1970
Box   12
Folder   86
Philippine Liberation Courier
Box   12
Folder   87
Marcos visit, 1981
Box   12
Folder   88
Philippines economy, U.S. Department of Commerce, June 1975
Box   12
Folder   89
Letter on Munro piece, 1985
Box   12
Folder   90
Quezon, Grant Goodman
Box   12
Folder   91
Philippines U.S. economic survey, April 1976
Box   12
Folder   92
The Press Reports on Marcos Dictatorship, 1974
Box   12
Folder   93
International Association of Patriotic Filipinos (PSMP), 1976
Box   12
Folder   94-98
“Philippine Studies Newsletter,” 1974-1977, 1980
Box   13
Folder   1
Philippine Police
Box   13
Folder   2
Levis in Philippines
Box   13
Folder   3
Laurel-Langley Expiration
Box   13
Folder   4
Labor Research Association
Box   13
Folder   5
OO (Our Own), New York City, October-November 1989
Box   13
Folder   6
“Philippine Information Bulletin” materials
Box   13
Folder   7
Alliance for Philippine Concerns (APC)
Box   13
Folder   8
2nd Annual Conference, Alliance for Philippine Concerns (APC), 1987
Box   13
Folder   9
Alliance for Philippine Concerns (APC)
Box   13
Folder   10
Conference, New York City, Alliance for Philippine Concerns (APC), July 9, 1988
Box   13
Folder   11
Philippine Health and Medical Campaign
Box   13
Folder   12
Philippine Report
Box   13
Folder   13
Philippine Education Support Committee (PESCOM)
Box   13
Folder   14
Statement of John C. Monjo, Assistant Secretary of State, December 1985
Box   13
Folder   15
Kalayaan International
Box   13
Folder   16
Niksch, report on Philippines, Congressional Research Service (CRS), 1981
Box   13
Folder   17
Call
Box   13
Folder   18
Campaign Against Military Intervention in the Philippines (CAMIP), 1983
Box   13
Folder   19
Washington Institute papers, 1986
Box   13
Folder   20-24
New York Times ads, 1973-1974, 1976
Box   13
Folder   25
Nurses case
Box   13
Folder   26
Stephen Shalom, “A New Philippine Policy Needed,” In These Times, November 20-26, 1984
Box   13
Folder   27
Washington Institute, Lieutenant Colonel William Wise paper, April 30, 1986
Box   13
Folder   28
Benedict J. Tria Kerkvliet, “Patterns of Philippine Resistance and Rebellion 1970-1986,” April 1986
Box   13
Folder   29
Canada Asia Working Group, Submission to 42nd Session of United Nations Commission on Human Rights, January 1986
Box   13
Folder   30
Consultation on New Situation and Strategies, Philippine Support Groups, Washington D.C., April 19-20, 1986
Box   13
Folder   31
The Philippines Research Group, London, “Philippines 1980, Situation Update and a Report on Samar”
Box   13
Folder   32
Stephen Dear, Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy, “The Philippines,” Fall 1985
Box   13
Folder   33
Reverend Nancy Rockwell, Writings on Events of February 1986
Box   13
Folder   34
Philippine Labor Alert
Box   13
Folder   35
Church Coalition
Box   13
Folder   36
Church and Martial Law, Durkheim, Weber
Box   13
Folder   37
CIA
Box   13
Folder   38
Zwick Draft of Introduction to Twain Anthology
Box   13
Folder   39
Alliance for Philippine Concerns (APC)
Box   13
Folder   40
U.S. Foreign Investment (Church Committee Report)
Box   13
Folder   41
Conference on the Philippines at Tufts University
Box   13
Folder   42
Life During Wartime, Fall 1991
Box   13
Folder   43-44
The Mobilizer, Volume 6, 1987; Volume 7, , 1988-1989
Box   13
Folder   45
The Boston Phoenix, December 17, 1985
Washington Institute
Box   13
Folder   46
Lee Stull paper, May 1, 1986
Box   13
Folder   47
Ross Marlay paper, May 1, 1986
Box   13
Folder   48
Benedict J. Tria Kerkvliet paper, April 30, 1986
Box   13
Folder   49
Benjamin N. Muego papers, April 30, 1986
Box   13
Folder   50
Speech of Ambassador Pelaez, May 1, 1986
Box   13
Folder   51
Robert L. Youngblood paper, May 1, 1986
Box   13
Folder   52
David Rosenberg paper, May 1, 1986
Box   14
Folder   1
J. Nettleton, “The Revolutionary Mass Movement Among Indigenous People of the Philippines,” Lelio Basso Foundation, Rome
Box   14
Folder   2
E. San Juan, “The Philippines: New Lessons for the Left,” Socialist Politics, Spring 1986
Box   14
Folder   3
E. San Juan, Jr., “Art Against Imperialism,” The Inner Tooth, Winter 1973
Box   14
Folder   4
Publications
Box   14
Folder   5
Philippines Resource Center Monitor
Box   14
Folder   6
Philippine Report
Box   14
Folder   7
Philippine Witness
Box   14
Folder   8
Washington Forum on the Philippines
Box   14
Folder   9
Philippine American Group-Advocates for Social Action (PAG-ASA)
Box   14
Folder   10
Center Survey
Box   14
Folder   11
Course Materials
Box   14
Folder   12-14
Cambridge, Goddard, Philippine Course Notes, 1974-1976
Box   14
Folder   15
Pacific/Asian American Coalition
Box   14
Folder   16
Course syllabus reading lists, 1976-1977
Box   14
Folder   17
Reports to Assembly and Bases Conference
Box   14
Folder   18
Japan, Nuclear Training, U.S. Forces
Box   14
Folder   19
Statement
Box   14
Folder   20
Talk
Box   14
Folder   21
Letters from others regarding assembly
Box   14
Folder   22
Task Force
Box   14
Folder   23
Shibata Article
Box   14
Folder   24
Envelope from Angela Center
Box   14
Folder   25
Japan trip, 1986
Box   14
Folder   26-27
Sato Letters, to and from
Box   14
Folder   28-31
Goddard, Cambridge directory, graduate program, Philippine project
Box   14
Folder   32
Course Outline
Box   14
Folder   33
Meneses and Vilar
Box   14
Folder   34
By Way of Explanation
Box   14
Folder   35
Goddard, Cambridge, Philippines Project, course readings, 1975-1976
Box   14
Folder   36
Letters to others regarding assembly
Box   14
Folder   37
Publications
Box   14
Folder   38
Japan Peace Movement, Religious Assembly and Kinawa
Box   14
Folder   39
New Zealand
Box   14
Folder   40
Assembly Papers
Box   14
Folder   41
U.S. - China
Box   15
Folder   1
The Philippines: End of an Illusion, 1973
Box   15
Folder   2
Materials from Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific Conference, Manila, November 1987
Box   15
Folder   3
U.S. Bases Issue, Denuclearization: Our Strategy for Survival and National Sovereignty, National Alliance for Justice, Freedom, and Democracy (NAJFD), 1986
Box   15
Folder   4
Cookie Diokno, on U.S. bases
Box   15
Folder   5
Documents, Peace Negotiations, August 1986 - January 1987
Box   15
Folder   6
Victor Soriano, Philippine News and Features (PNF), “U.S. Money Pours into Philippines to Fight Growing Left Influence”
Box   15
Folder   7
Data Map of Mindanao Economy, Alternate Resource Center, Davao City
Box   15
Folder   8
A Comprehensive Brief on the Facts and Issues of the Assassination of Senator Benigno Aquino, Jr., anonymously written by Progressive Lawyers MNL
Box   15
Folder   9
Raid on Bishop's Residence, Repression of the Isabela Church, Luzon Secretariat for Social Action, August 31, 1983
Box   15
Folder   10
Material on Negritos and U.S. Bases from Fr. Shay Cullem
Box   15
Folder   11-12
U.S. Bases
Box   15
Folder   13
Ecumenical Movement for Justice and Peace
Box   15
Folder   14
Trade Union Polarization
Box   15
Folder   15
Third World Studies Center papers
Box   15
Folder   16
Sison documents, 1983
Box   15
Folder   17
Rivera, Severina
Box   15
Folder   18
Philippines
Box   15
Folder   19
News from Philippines
Box   15
Folder   20
Ravenal
Box   15
Folder   21
Post WWII, 3 Economics, Politics
Box   15
Folder   22
Post WWII, 3 Lives of the People
Box   15
Folder   23
Iraqi Interests Section
Box   15
Folder   24
Changed, Resistance 7
Box   15
Folder   25
“U.S. Base Town, Asia,” Asia Magazine, June 30, 1968
Box   15
Folder   26
Anti-Filipino Violence at Clark Base, 1987
Box   15
Folder   27
Dossier Filippine
Box   16
Folder   1
Ang Katipzunan, 1974
Box   16
Folder   2
Quaker International Seminars in SE Asia, Singapore, 1973
Box   16
Folder   3
Schirmer talk on Imperialism, 1974
Box   16
Folder   4
National Committee for Restoration of Civil Liberties in the Philippines (NCRCLP), Help Prevent Another Vietnam, resource list
Box   16
Folder   5
Resist, February 1985
Box   16
Folder   6
National Committee for Restoration of Civil Liberties in the Philippines (NCRCLP), report to Senate Foreign Relation Committee
Box   16
Folder   7
“Philippines Infomation Bulletin,” Volume II, number 3, June 1974
Box   16
Folder   8
“Peace Section Newsletter,” 1982
Box   16
Folder   9
Benigno S. Aquino, Memorial Foundation, 1984
Box   16
Folder   10
Tambuli, Chicago Chapter, 1973
Box   16
Folder   11
Philippines Embassy, “Background Info,” 1973
Box   16
Folder   12
National Committee for Restoration of Civil Liberties (NCRCL) “The Myth of a Neglected Ally”
Box   16
Folder   13
Ningas, Cogon, 1973
Box   16
Folder   14
Testimony of Russell Johnson, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), 1974
Box   16
Folder   15
Philippine Democratic Party (KDP) in U.S. “U.S. in the Philippines,” 1973
Box   16
Folder   16
Overseas Ministries East Asia, office memo, 1974
Box   16
Folder   17
Disciples of Christ, Indianapolis, Indiana, “Philippines Pastor Facing Detention”
Box   16
Folder   18
National Council of Churches U.S.A Resolution of HR and U.S. Foreign Aid, 1974
Box   16
Folder   19
“Philippine Information Bulletin,” Campaign for Political Prisoners, 1975
Box   16
Folder   20
Movement for a Free Philippines, New York
Box   16
Folder   21
Pahayag (Hawaii)
Box   16
Folder   22
“Philippine Information Bulletin,” Moscow statement, 1973
Box   16
Folder   23
David Sternberg, “The Philippines...,” Volume 44, Number 3, Foreign Affairs, April 1966
Box   16
Folder   24
International Documentation Center (IDOC) bulletin, number 23, 25, 1974
Box   16
Folder   25
Sr. Aurora Zambrano
Box   16
Folder   26
World Assembly Religious Workers
Box   16
Folder   27
Velasquez
Box   16
Folder   28
Pepe Diokno letter
Box   16
Folder   29
Charito Planas, November 1981 trip
Box   16
Folder   30
Sr. Caridad Guidote
Box   16
Folder   31
Magallona
Box   16
Folder   32
International Solidarity News Digest
Box   16
Folder   33
The International Rice Research Institute, research highlights, 1973
Box   16
Folder   34
Jayco
Box   16
Folder   35
Kasama
Box   16
Folder   36
Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU, May First Movement Labor Center)
Box   16
Folder   37
Liberation Theology
Box   16
Folder   38-39
National Democratic Front (NDF), 1991
Box   16
Folder   40
Philippines, 1988
Box   16
Folder   41
Philippine Left
Box   16
Folder   42
Philippine letter, Mideast crisis
Box   16
Folder   43
Narciso Reyes
Box   16
Folder   44-45
V. Reyes
Box   16
Folder   46
H. Recto
Box   16
Folder   47
Solidaridad
Box   16
Folder   48-50
Sison, 1993, Sison Left
Box   16
Folder   51
Jaime Tadeo
Box   16
Folder   52
To Pay is to Die
Box   16
Folder   53
Philippine Federation for Environmental Concern
Box   16
Folder   54
Sick of the Times
Box   16
Folder   55
Praxis
Box   16
Folder   56
W.H. Scott
Box   16
Folder   57
Situationer
Box   16
Folder   58
Sasakawa
Box   16
Folder   59
Resource Center for Philippine Concerns (RCPC)
Box   16
Folder   60
Sison Documents, 1984
Box   16
Folder   61
National Democratic Front (NDF)
Box   16
Folder   62
Sison, 1992
Box   16
Folder   63
Nemenzo
Box   16
Folder   64
Impact of Bases on Aetas
Box   16
Folder   65
Sison
Box   16
Folder   66
Aquino Speech
Box   16
Folder   67
Charito Planas
Box   16
Folder   68
Zambrano
Box   16
Folder   69
UP Newsletter
Box   16
Folder   70
Solidaridad II
Box   16
Folder   71
Claver
Box   16
Folder   72
Anti-Bases Coalition (ABC)
Box   16
Folder   73
Bayan, letter of May 27, 1991
Box   16
Folder   74
FFP pamphlets, letters to and from Lorenzo Tanada, Charito Planas, and Jose Diokno, 1980-1989
Box   17
Folder   1
IBON
Box   17
Folder   2
Mangahas
Box   17
Folder   3
IBON
Box   17
Folder   4-5
Issues without Tears, Volume I-II
Box   17
Folder   6
Social Science Information
Box   17
Folder   7
Ichthys
Box   17
Folder   8
Impact, June 7, 1976
Box   17
Folder   9
Issues without Tears, Volume III
Box   17
Folder   10
The Radical Left on the Eve of War
Box   17
Folder   11
Anti-Bases Coalition (ABC), Philippines declaration
Box   17
Folder   12
Congressional Record
Box   17
Folder   13
Philippine American Group-Advocates for Social Action (PAG-ASA) newsletter, New York, 1985
Box   17
Folder   14
International Ecumenical Conference on the Philippines, 1983
Box   17
Folder   15
The Philippine Compass, New York Chapter, 1993
Box   17
Folder   16
Critical Decade Conference, 1990
Box   17
Folder   17
“On the Future of Socialism,” Jose Ma. Sison
Box   17
Folder   18
Makibaka! Connecticut Chapter of National Committee for Restoration of Civil Liberties in the Philippines (NCRCLP), newsletter, manifesto, 1973
Box   17
Folder   19
International Bulletin, 1974
Box   17
Folder   20
“Comparing the Philippines and Central America,” FFP
Box   17
Folder   21
“U.S. Policy in East Asia,” Senator Jose Diokno, FFP, 1980
Box   17
Folder   22
FFP, “Help End Repression in the Philippines”
Box   17
Folder   23
Philippine News, “Dictator is down to his last trick,” January 14-20, 1981
Box   17
Folder   24
FFP, Washington Report, 1974
Box   17
Folder   25
FFP, Letter to President Clinton, 1993
Box   17
Folder   26
Schirmer, “United We Stand,” FFP, 1974
Box   17
Folder   27
Indochina Curriculum Group Philippines project
Box   17
Folder   28
FFP, Action Alert
Box   17
Folder   29
“End 2 years of Repression in the Philippines,” FFP
Box   17
Folder   30
“Significant Events Towards a Nuclear Weapons-Free Foreign Military Bases-Free Policy,” FFP, 1972-1992
Box   17
Folder   31
FFP, Schirmer, Aquino Assassination and South Korea, Philippines, and Nuclear War
Box   17
Folder   32
Schirmer “Asians Against War Weapons,” The Churchman, October 1992
Box   17
Folder   33
Nuclear-free Philippines Coalition for Environmental Clean-up, 1993
Box   17
Folder   34
“For a Nuclear Free Philippines!” FFP, et cetera
Box   17
Folder   35
“Withdraw U.S. Bases from the Philippines!” FFP
Box   17
Folder   36
Overseas Military Bases, John Miller, The Mobilizer, 1984
Box   17
Folder   37
U.S. Bases in the Philippines, Paul Hutchcraft, FFP, 1982
Box   17
Folder   38
FFP, Petition to the Senate to Remove U.S. Military Bases
Box   17
Folder   39
“Creating a Positive Legacy,” Unitarian Universalists Service Committee (UUSC), Report on Cleaning Up U.S. Military Bases in Philippines, 1993
Box   17
Folder   40
U.S. Nuclear Installations in the Philippines, Schirmer, FFP, 1981
Box   17
Folder   41
Cato Institute, “U.S. Military Presence in the Philippines: Expensive and Unnecessary,” Ted Galen Carpenter
Box   17
Folder   42
Defense Monitor, “The Global Network of U.S. Military Bases,” 1989
Box   17
Folder   43
Tanada, Speech at World Assembly of Religious Workers for Nuclear Disarmament, 1981
Box   17
Folder   44
Nonviolent Activist, Volume 10, Number 4, July/August 1993
Box   17
Folder   45
“Crisis in the Philippines,” Peace and Freedom, January 1974
Box   17
Folder   46
“The Philippines: An Overview,” Bradford Little, Winter 1973
Box   17
Folder   47
Pacific News Service, “Report from Jolo...,” Robin Osborne
Box   17
Folder   48
United Church of Christ, Center for Social Action, 1974
Box   17
Folder   49
Peacework, September 1983
Box   17
Folder   50
Friends Journal, September 15, 1973
Box   17
Folder   51
Letter from Filipino Priest in Underground, November 17, 1972
Box   17
Folder   52
Asian Women's Human Rights Council, Nelia Sancho
Box   17
Folder   53
Excerpts from Decision of Chief Justice Roberto Concepcion on Alleged Ratification of New Constitution
Box   17
Folder   54
Expression of Opposition to Marcos Dictatorship, Revolutionary League of Officers and Men in the Armed Forces of the Philippines
Box   17
Folder   55
Human rights abuses, 1975
Box   17
Folder   56
Task Force on Filipina Victims of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan
Box   17
Folder   57
FFP postcard on Aquino assassination, 1983
Box   17
Folder   58
Creating a Common Future, Philippine Non-Governmental Organization Initiatives, 1989
Box   17
Folder   59
Philippine News Digest, June 1993
Box   17
Folder   60
Conjuncture, February 1993
Box   17
Folder   61
KAPATID (amnesty) statement on Political Detainees Week, 1983
Box   17
Folder   62
“Peace Bulletin,” Volume 1, October 1992
Box   17
Folder   63
Institute for Popular Democracy, February-March 1993
Box   17
Folder   64
Denial of Jose Maria Sison's Application for Political Asylum in the Netherlands
Box   17
Folder   65
“Balai” pamphlet
Box   17
Folder   66
Minutes, meeting, House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs, December 1992
Box   17
Folder   67
Ramos' speech before going to U.S., Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS), November 10, 1993
Box   17
Folder   68
Cordillera Currents, January/April 1993
Box   17
Folder   69
FFP Bulletin, Summer/Fall 1993
Box   17
Folder   70
“The Marcos Regime after the Agrava Report,” FFP
Box   17
Folder   71
“CIA Cultivates Academia on Philippines,” FFP
Box   17
Folder   72
FFP 20th Anniversary Meeting, 1993
Box   17
Folder   73
“Philippine News,” “Diverting R.P. Deaths via U.S. Politics,” FFP
Box   17
Folder   74
FFP Annual Chapter Assessment, “What Next for Support Work?,” 1974
Box   17
Folder   75
“The Philippines and the War for Oil,” FFP
Box   17
Folder   76
“No to U.S. Bases and Intervention in the Philippines,” FFP
Box   17
Folder   77
“For Philippine Survival,” Claro Recto, Renato Constantino, FFP
Box   17
Folder   78
Photograph, After the Battle of Mt. Dajo
Box   17
Folder   79
Clancey photos
Box   17
Folder   80
Philippine Peace and Solidarity Council statements on bases and December 1989, coup attempt
Box   17
Folder   81
U.S. - Philippine war photographs
Box   17
Folder   82
Schirmer correspondence
Box   17
Folder   83
Rachel Kamel, The Global Factory, Philippine Labor
Box   17
Folder   84
Brester, Grace, Politics for Income Distribution in Philippines, May 15, 1978
Box   17
Folder   85
Change
Box   17
Folder   86
New York City Conference on Human Rights, FFP Participation, October 1977
Box   17
Folder   87
Schirmer correspondence
Box   71
Folder   88
FFP 20th Anniversary Meeting
Box   17
Folder   89
National Ecumenical Conference on the Philippines (NECP), 1993
Box   17
Folder   90
Philippines Labor Alert
Box   17
Folder   91
Contak, Philippines
Box   17
Folder   92
International Association of Filipino Patriots (IAFP)
Box   17
Folder   93
Racism, 8 Myths
Box   17
Folder   94
Cry of the People, Challenge of the Churches
Box   17
Folder   95
Frontline Forums
Box   17
Folder   96
Philippine Boycott Campaign
Box   17
Folder   97
Campaign Against Military Intervention in the Philippines (CAMIP)
Box   17
Folder   98
FFP bulletin, Spring 1980
Box   17
Folder   99
U.S. Bases: In Whose Interest
Box   17
Folder   100
Human Rights, 1977
Box   17
Folder   101
FFP response to State Department Human Rights report, 1979
Box   17
Folder   102
Human Rights in the Philippines, House report, July 25, 1971
Box   17
Folder   103
Pharis J. Harvey, Multi-Nationals in Asia, March 1976
Box   17
Folder   104
Barbara and Leon Howells, American Report, November 20, 1972
Box   17
Folder   105
High School Project
Box   17
Folder   106
Hickey, Wilkinson, Agrarian Reform
Box   17
Folder   107
Don Hart
Box   17
Folder   108
Harkin Amendment
Box   17
Folder   109
John Hamer, Philippine Instability
Box   17
Folder   110
Habib statement, June 24, 1978
Box   17
Folder   112
C. Guidote
Box   17
Folder   113
John Grove
Box   17
Folder   114
U.S. bases, Soviet View, 1988
Box   17
Folder   115
Thiessen, Daniel Epp, U.S. Bases, Christian Century, August 1983
Box   17
Folder   116-117
U.S. Bases in Philippines, 1947 Treaty, 1979 negotiations, Congressional Hearings, 1981
Box   17
Folder   118
U.S. Bases in Philippines, Asia Monitor
Box   17
Folder   119
U.S. Military Force, Center for Defense Information (CDI), 1988
Box   17
Folder   120
The Nation, International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Box   17
Folder   121
Philippinos, Human Rights, and the U.S. Foreign Assistance Program, 1978
Box   17
Folder   122
Pacific Research
Box   17
Folder   123
Human Rights and Martial Law
Box   17
Folder   124
Anti-Martial Law Coalition on Lifting of Martial Law
Box   17
Folder   125
Bread for the World, Land and Hunger
Box   17
Folder   126
U.S. Report on International Festival for Peace, Manila, September 5-10, 1991
Box   17
Folder   127
The Guerrilla is Like a Poet, Tableau
Box   17
Folder   128
FFP miscellaneous publications
Box   17
Folder   129
New England Conference on Human Rights, FFP sponsored, April 1978
Box   17
Folder   130
FFP bulletin, 1977-1978
Box   17
Folder   131
FFP bulletin, Summer/Fall 1993
Box   18
Folder   1
Publications
Box   18
Folder   2
U.S. Bases Campaign
Box   18
Folder   3
U.S. Bases and Intervention
Box   18
Folder   4
U.S. Bases, Springboards for Intervention, Counter Insurgency
Box   18
Folder   5
Win special issue, “Creating a Nuclear Free Pacific,” August 1982
Box   18
Folder   6
Mideast and Philippine Bases
Box   18
Folder   7
Miller
Box   18
Folder   8
John Miller
Box   18
Folder   9
Nepomuceno
Box   18
Folder   10
Pacific Campaign to Disarm the Seas
Box   18
Folder   11
On Borrowed Ground
Box   18
Folder   12
Philippine Bases, negotiations, Fall 1990
Box   18
Folder   13
Philippine Bases Network
Box   18
Folder   14
Petitions
Box   18
Folder   15
Ad, anti-base
Box   18
Folder   16
New England Student Exposure Tour, 1986
Box   18
Folder   17
“Philippines Information Bulletin,” funding proposal
Box   18
Folder   18
National Ecumenical Conference on the Philippines (NECP), Families Fleeing War
Box   18
Folder   19
Wolf, Inside Story, “Philippines, Next Vietnam,” number 9, May/June 1973
Box   18
Folder   20
“Philippines Information Bulletin,” artwork
Box   18
Folder   21
Belinda Aquino, Filipino Women: The Colonial Double-bind
Box   18
Folder   22
Amnesty International, arrests and disappearances
Box   18
Folder   23
Andrew Hughes
Box   18
Folder   24
Philippines Since Independence
Box   18
Folder   25
Pre-WWII, peoples' lives, city/country
Box   18
Folder   26
Post-WWII, effect on people in the U.S.
Box   18
Folder   27
FFP, Boston
Box   18
Folder   28
Philippines Today Stories
Box   18
Folder   29
Agribusiness
Box   18
Folder   30
Maryknoll
Box   18
Folder   31
Union of Democratic Filipinos (KDP) document on split in FFP
Box   18
Folder   32
United States Anti-Imperialist League
Box   18
Folder   33
Labor Research Association, U.S. and the Philippines
Box   18
Folder   34
Australia Conference, 1980
Box   18
Folder   35
FFP, Hawaii
Box   18
Folder   36
FFP, Tim's statement
Box   18
Folder   37
The Churchman
Box   18
Folder   38
Wurfel
Box   18
Folder   39
W.H. Sullivan
Box   18
Folder   40
“Philippine Information Bulletin,” maps
Box   18
Folder   41
FFP Value Conference speech, 1987
Box   18
Folder   42
Asia Conference, December 6, 1980
Box   18
Folder   43
Bases leaflet, 1982
Box   18
Folder   44
Neo-Colonialism
Box   18
Folder   45
Labor Research, Philippines, 1958
Box   18
Folder   46
Human Rights Conference
Box   18
Folder   47
Fuchs
Box   18
Folder   48
Schirmer, Involuntary Suicide
Box   18
Folder   49
Fellowship Magazine, March 1987
Box   18
Folder   50
Draft Text of Treaty on Bases
Box   18
Folder   51
Sussman, Gerald, World Bank and Telecommunications in the Philippines
Box   18
Folder   52
Union of Democratic Filipinos (KDP) and disarmament
Box   18
Folder   53
Walden Bello, U.S. - Philippine Draft Agreement on Bases, May 30, 1991
Box   18
Folder   54
National Action/Research on the Military Industrial Complex (NARMIC) data
Box   18
Folder   55
Education, Media, Advertising, Subtle Forms of Control, Post WWII
Box   18
Folder   56
3 U.S. Military Invasions Post WWII Martial Law
Box   18
Folder   57
Schirmer, “The Philippines, Another Vietnam”
Box   18
Folder   58
Johnson Testimony, 1974
Box   18
Folder   59
Simon-Reid Resolution Calling for Bases Withdrawal, 102nd Congress
Box   18
Folder   60
Bases, Marcos, and Dole Pineapple
Box   18
Folder   61
G. Sussman, “Macapal, the Sabah Claim,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 13:2, 1983
Box   18
Folder   62
Larry Niksch, 2 “Issue Briefs,” July 19, 1988
Box   18
Folder   63
Invitation to Reception for Cory Aquino, Boston, 1986
Box   18
Folder   64
Anti-bases ad in Inquirer, July 1991
U.S. bases
Box   18
Folder   65
Treaty negotiations
Box   19
Folder   1
1987
Box   19
Folder   2
1988
Box   19
Folder   3
1989
Box   19
Folder   4
Evelyn Colbert
Box   19
Folder   5
Agreement, 1988
Box   19
Folder   6
Clippings, November 23, 1989
Box   19
Folder   7
Other, 1989
Box   19
Folder   8
Draft Treaty
Box   19
Folder   9
1986
Box   19
Folder   10
SE Asia Chronicle
Box   19
Folder   11
Draft Treaty
Box   19
Folder   12
Pulas Document, E. Garcia, et al., 1990
Box   19
Folder   13
1989
Box   19
Folder   14
Conversion
Box   19
Folder   15
Treaty, 1991
Box   19
Folder   16
Pentagon Plans, material for February 1992 bases article, 1992
Box   19
Folder   17
Women's Education, Development, Productivity and Research Organization (WEDPRO), Women and U.S. Bases, conversion, 1992
Box   19
Folder   18
Strategy for 1990s, “Access”
Box   19
Folder   19
Draft Treaty, Cookie Diokno, 1990
Box   19
Folder   20
Cookie Diokno, “Base Talks,” treaty notes
Box   19
Folder   21
Conference, September 1983
Box   19
Folder   22-23
Campaign Against U.S. Military Bases in the Philippines (CAB) '88
Box   19
Folder   24
John Miller, “Sea-Launched Cruise Missile in the Philippines”
Box   19
Folder   25
Miller, Overseas Bases
Box   19
Folder   26
Declaration, Anti-Bases Coalition (ABC) Conference on Disarmament, Manila, October 1983
Box   19
Folder   27
Appeal Funds for Anti-Bases Coalition (ABC), Campaign Against Military Intervention in the Philippines (CAMIP), 1985
Box   19
Folder   28
Manila Statement
Box   19
Folder   29
Nuclear Free Philippines Women's Petition
Box   19
Folder   30
Nuclear Free Pacific, 1980
Box   19
Folder   31
Nuclear Free Philippine Coalition
Box   19
Folder   32-34
Nuclear Free Pacific, letter, et cetera, 1984
Box   19
Folder   35
Petition, 1983
Box   19
Folder   36
Nuclear Free Philippines Coalition (NFPC) position paper, Base Conversion and Development Act of 1991
Box   19
Folder   37
Anti-Bases Statement
Box   19
Folder   38
Tanada Plan to Implement Senate's September 16, 1991 decision
Box   19
Folder   39
U.S. Military Bases in the Philippines, A Briefing Packet
Box   19
Folder   40
Anti-Nuclear Philippines, FFP statement, January 1979
Box   19
Folder   41
Asia Conference on U.S. Military Presence
Box   19
Folder   42
Bases Conference in Philippines, October 24-26, 1983
Box   19
Folder   43
U.S. bases petitions, 1983
Box   19
Folder   44
Bases petition, 1981
Box   19
Folder   45-46
Campaign Against Military Intervention in the Philippines (CAMIP), 1983-1984
Box   19
Folder   47
International Peace Bureau Campaign against Foreign Military Presence, 1988
Box   19
Folder   48
Campaign Against Military Prostitution (CAMP)
Box   19
Folder   49
Lloyd J. Dumas Conversion at U.S. Bases in the Philippines
Box   19
Folder   50
Philippine International Forum on U.S. Bases
Box   19
Folder   51
Nuclear Free Philippines Coalition
Box   19
Folder   52
Philippines Anti-Bases Movement
Box   19
Folder   53
Campaign Against U.S. Bases in the Philippines, 1987
Box   19
Folder   54
U.S. bases, South Korea and Philippines
Box   19
Folder   55
Anti-Bases Coalition
Box   19
Folder   56
Narciso G. Reyes, “For a Second Declaration of Independence,” 1988
Box   19
Folder   57
The Youngster, “No to Nuclear War,” March 1984
Box   19
Folder   58
Episcopal Commission on Tribal Filipinos (ECTF), Impact of Bases on Negritos
Box   19
Folder   59
Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU, May First Movement Labor Center) bases primer
Box   19
Folder   60
Philippine Bases Network
Box   19
Folder   61
U.S. bases, 1988
Box   19
Folder   62
Alternatives to U.S. Facilities in the Philippines
Box   19
Folder   63
Diokno and Schirmer, “What Filipinos Should Know About U.S. Bases”
Box   19
Folder   64
Bedford Bases
Box   19
Folder   65
American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) bases resource list
Box   19
Folder   66
John Miller, Draft of Foreign Bases Project pamphlet, 1986
Box   19
Folder   67
Church Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (CCHRP), Young Men Killed Posting Anti-Bases Materials, 1988
Box   19
Folder   68
“Anti-Bases Bulletin,” Winter 1987-1988
Box   19
Folder   69
Letter to President Aquino from Diokno Foundation, February 24, 1988
Box   19
Folder   70
World Conference Against A and H Bombs, Philippine statement, 1987
Box   20
Folder   1
National Mobilization for Survival (MFS), Bases of our Insecurity
Box   20
Folder   2
Campaign Against U.S. Military Bases in the Philippines (CAB) statement
Box   20
Folder   3
Methodist Church Resolution on the Philippine Bases, 1988
Box   20
Folder   4
Subic bases and the Aetas
Box   20
Folder   5
Anti-Nuke Conference, Japan, speech by Sr. Tan and Reverend Manapat, 1984
Box   20
Folder   6
Philippines Bases Network
Box   20
Folder   7
Diokno, New Bases Agreement, 1983
Box   20
Folder   8
Schirmer, U.S. Bases Today, November 1986
Box   20
Folder   9
Pacific Command, Nautilus Research, July 1985
Box   20
Folder   10
Pacific Campaign to Disarm the Seas, December 1986
Box   20
Folder   11
Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific brochure
Box   20
Folder   12
Foreign Bases Project
Box   20
Folder   13
Anti-Bases Coalition (ABC), Call for a Sovereign Philippines
Box   20
Folder   14
Joe Gerson, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), U.S. Bases, May 1990
Box   20
Folder   15
Philippines Senate Bill to Monitor Nuclear Weapons
Box   20
Folder   16
Senator Lorenzo Tanada letter on bases, FFP, statement from Sionil Jose, 1988
Box   20
Folder   17
Bruce Birchard, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), statement on bases treaty, November 1990
Box   20
Folder   18
Captain Es Joy, U.S.N. Impending Base Closures, September 1990
Box   20
Folder   19
Armed Forces Journal, Ramos on Bases, October 1989
Box   20
Folder   20
Donald Goertzen, U.S. Military Bases, B. Stoltzfus, prostitution, February 1988
Box   20
Folder   21
Anti-base poster, Crossroads Conference, Manila, 1990
Box   20
Folder   22
Cato Institute, U.S. Military Presence in Philippines, July 1991
Box   20
Folder   23
Air Force Magazine, Fallback from the Philippines, July 1990
Box   20
Folder   24
Bayan on U.S. Bases, September 10-16, 1990
Box   20
Folder   25
D. Vizmanas, Militarism and the Nuclear Issue, April 1990
Box   20
Folder   26
Towards Nuclear Weapons Free Philippines Forum, Manila, 1987
Box   20
Folder   27
Heritage Foundation Papers on U.S. bases, 1990-1991
Box   20
Folder   28
American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), U.S. Bases in the Philippines, Talking Points, 1989
Box   20
Folder   29
U.S. Warships at Subic Election Day, 1987
Box   20
Folder   30
Military Rebels Against Anti-Nuke Constitution, Campaign Against U.S. Military Bases in the Philippines (CAB) statement, October 1987
Box   20
Folder   31
Schirmer, U.S. Bases in Central America, 1990
Box   20
Folder   32
Stephen Shalom, Bases of Insecurity, 1988
Box   20
Folder   33
Narcisco G. Reyes, Scenario on the Bases Issue, 1986
Box   20
Folder   34
Symposium, Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty, Manila, February 12, 1988
Box   20
Folder   35
Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific (NFIP), Torture and Killing of Filipino Anti-Bases Activists, March 1988
Box   20
Folder   36
Philippine International Forum, statement on U.S. bases, April 1988
Box   20
Folder   37
James Fallows, “The Bases Dilemma,” Atlantic Monthly, February 1988
Box   20
Folder   38
Military Bases, In Whose Interest?
Box   20
Folder   39
Bases Pollution Clean-up
Box   20
Folder   40
Michael Bedford, The Bases or U.S. Intervention
Box   20
Folder   41
U.S. Military Construction in the Pacific Region, 1985
Box   20
Folder   42
Pacific Alert, Nuclear Arms, SE Asia Chronicle, #95
Box   20
Folder   43
U.S. Bases government documents, Fall 1985
Box   20
Folder   44
Iran statement FFP
Box   20
Folder   45
FBIB on bases, 1991
Box   20
Folder   46
FFP, member of U.S. Delegation to Panama, 1975
Box   20
Folder   47
Panama, Philippines, Statements
Box   20
Folder   48
Emmanuel on Nuclear Bases
Box   20
Folder   49
Loretta A.P. Rosales, U.S. Military Bases and Human Rights
Box   20
Folder   50
Tanada, Wigberto, speeches on the bases
Box   20
Folder   51
Philippine Bases Network (PBN), 1990
Box   20
Folder   52
R.P. Views, University of the Philippines, bases
Box   20
Folder   53
Simon Reid Resolution, September 1991
Box   20
Folder   54
“U.S. Bases and Gulf War,” FFP leaflet, 1991
Box   20
Folder   55
General Synod, U.S. United Church of Christ on U.S. Bases, 1987
Box   20
Folder   56
Anti-bases anti-nuke bumper stickers, Nuclear Free Philippines Coalition (NFPC)
Box   20
Folder   57
International Solidarity News Digest on Bases, May 1991
Box   20
Folder   58
E.S. DeDios et al., Economic Implications of Bases Treaty, September 1991
Box   20
Folder   59
Campaign Against U.S. Bases in Philippines, Coup Attempts and Bases, October 1987
Box   20
Folder   60
American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) New England, anti-bases meeting, April 1986
Box   20
Folder   61
Military Bases Closures, Philippines U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO) report, 1992
Box   20
Folder   62
A. James Gregor, U.S. Withdrawal from Bases in Philippines, Asian Outlook, Anti-Communist League, March/April 1991
Box   20
Folder   63
The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), Bribes for Bases, October 1991
Box   20
Folder   64
Peace Festival, Anti-Bases, Manila, September 1991
Box   20
Folder   65
AIDS and U.S. Bases, Silva, Best, Gabriela
Box   20
Folder   66
Nuclear Free Philippines Coalition (NFPC), statement on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, August 1990
Box   20
Folder   67
Nuclear Free Philippines Coalition (NFPC), Simbulan's Brother's arrest, 1990
Box   20
Folder   68
Crossroads 1991, Anti-Bases Conference, Manila, May 1990
Box   20
Folder   69
Supplementary Agreements to Bases Treaty, 1991
Box   20
Folder   70
Paninindigan on Senate Rejection of Bases Treaty, 1991
Box   20
Folder   71
Philippine Senate Draft Resolve on U.S. Withdrawal from Base, 1991
Box   20
Folder   72
Anti-Treaty Movement Proposal for Withdrawal From and Conversion of Bases, 1991
Box   20
Folder   73
U.S. Bases, North Atlantic
Box   20
Folder   74
Brochure
Box   20
Folder   75
J.V. Bautista
Box   20
Folder   76
FFP Brown University meeting for Planas, 1979
Box   20
Folder   77
Rural Organizers Tour, 1978
Box   20
Folder   78
FFP et cetera, aid campaign, 1985
Box   20
Folder   79
FFP telegram to Marcos Re de la Torre, 1982
Box   20
Folder   80-81
Anti-Martial Law Coalition (AMLC), 1976-1977
Box   20
Folder   82
FFP Ernesto Arellano, Labayan visit, 1982
Box   20
Folder   83
National Conference, New Hampshire, talk
Box   20
Folder   84
National Lawyers Guild
Box   20
Folder   85
Sister Claire O'Rourke
Box   20
Folder   86
Oil Workers
Box   20
Folder   87
New Literature , 1988
Box   20
Folder   88
Philadelphia FFP
Box   20
Folder   89
Pahamtang
Box   20
Folder   90
Organizing manual
Box   20
Folder   91
FFP, Hawaii, 1984
Box   20
Folder   92
FFP Update, January 1987
Box   20
Folder   93
Shalom, Victory in Manila; Hypocrisy in Washington
Box   20
Folder   94
FFP, Bases Update, 1991
Box   20
Folder   95
Documents on U.S. aircraft hit by small arms fire in Philippines, 1985
Box   20
Folder   96
Anti-Martial Law Coalition (AMLC) protest, World Bank
Box   20
Folder   97
National Democratic Front (NDF)
Box   20
Folder   98
Tufts, 1978
Box   20
Folder   99
John Miller
Box   20
Folder   100
Michigan
Box   20
Folder   101
Tufts Talk, March 2, 1982
Box   20
Folder   102
United Nations (U.N.)
Box   20
Folder   103
Cross-Roads, 1991
Box   20
Folder   104
Father Shay Cullen
Box   20
Folder   105
Tufts
Box   21
Folder   1
Schirmer, letterheads and cards
Box   21
Folder   2
Tan, Sister Christine, “The Suffering and Anguish of My People”
Box   21
Folder   3
Second special session on disarmament
Box   21
Folder   4
Statement, World Peace Conference
Box   21
Folder   5
Second special session on disarmament, U.N.
Box   21
Folder   6
Tomahawk
Box   21
Folder   7
U.N. Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) Disarmament Conference, June 17-19, 1980
Box   21
Folder   8
Philippines, Third World Resources Guide
Box   21
Folder   9
Rustling of Leaves
Box   21
Folder   10
Philippine Mailing List
Box   21
Folder   11
Porras
Box   21
Folder   12
Resist
Box   21
Folder   13
Two Tanks in Philippines
Box   21
Folder   14
Schirmer, proposal for Conference on Bases
Box   21
Folder   15
Slide shows, Manila, 1981
Box   21
Folder   16
Solarz hearing
Box   21
Folder   17
Schirmer, Notes on Philippines Trip, Crossroads, 1991
Box   21
Folder   18
May 1990 Anti-Bases Conference, Crossroads, , 1991
Box   21
Folder   19
Reagan: Limited Nuclear War
Box   21
Folder   20
Philippine Research Bulletin
Box   21
Folder   21
Returns on Personal Funds Appeal
Box   21
Folder   22
San Juan
Box   21
Folder   23
O'Brien testimony, 1990
Box   21
Folder   24
U.S. Bases, FFP Congressional Packet, 1976
Box   21
Folder   25
U.S. Bases, FFP materials
Box   21
Folder   26
U.S. Intervention, statement, 1985
Box   21
Folder   27
J.R. Zwick, Militarization in Philippines
Box   21
Folder   28-30
Westinghouse
Box   21
Folder   31
Westinghouse Nuclear Reaction Bataan, Results of Plumes Possible Accident
Box   21
Folder   32
We Forum, correspondence, clippings
Box   21
Folder   33-34
FFP bulletins, 1993, Summer/Fall 1991
Box   21
Folder   35
FFP conference, September 1990
Box   21
Folder   36
Meeting, New York City, March 4
Box   21
Folder   37
Philippine Forum, Boston, Cambridge
Box   21
Folder   38
Material for Introduction, 1987
Box   21
Folder   39-40
U.S. Military Aid, Material in Support of Anti-Martial Law, Coalition Report, 1975
Box   21
Folder   41
World Assembly, 1981
Box   21
Folder   42
Nuclear Free Philippines
Box   21
Folder   43
Jose Maria Sison, “The Continuing Struggle in the Philippines”
Box   21
Folder   44
Midweek, April 27, 1987
Box   21
Folder   45
Midweek, December 24, 1986
Box   21
Folder   46
IBON calendar, 1990
Box   21
Folder   47-48
Dr. Hilarion M. Henares Jr., “The Norms and Principles of International Economic Law, World Bank and the Philippine Economy”
Box   21
Folder   49-50
Solidaridad II, July-December 1986, undated
Box   21
Folder   51
Philippine Insight, Ecumenical Partnership for International Concerns (EPIC), Understanding Intervention, 1989
Box   21
Folder   52
Philippine Anti-Communist material, 1987
Box   21
Folder   53
Aquino Speech, Military Academy, March 22, 1987
Box   21
Folder   54
Institute for Popular Democracy (IPD), Political Brief, July-August 1988
Box   21
Folder   55
Negotiating Proposals in Peace Talks, National Democratic Front (NDF) and Philippine Government, April 1986
Box   21
Folder   56
Tadem, “Lessons for the Philippino Left”
Box   21
Folder   57
Solidaridad II
Box   21
Folder   58
General Program and Constitution of the Cordillera Peoples' Democratic Front (CPDF), 1989
Box   21
Folder   59
Luis Jalandoni interview, May 6, 1990
Box   21
Folder   60
National Federation of Labor (NFL) bulletin, September 1989
Box   21
Folder   61
Kalinangan, September 1981
Box   21
Folder   62
Report of Permanent Peoples Tribunal
Box   21
Folder   63
Foreign Relations Journal, June 1986
Box   22
Folder   1
Kalinangan
Box   22
Folder   2
Communist Party of the Philippines (Old style) 5th Congress Political Resolution, 1973
Box   22
Folder   3
Bayan statement, Death of Alejandro, September 1987
Box   22
Folder   4
Cordillera Currents, 1989
Box   22
Folder   5
Ecumenical Partnership for International Concerns (EPIC), statement on solidarity
Box   22
Folder   6
Mindanao Interfaith Peoples' Conference (MIPC) Communications, Davao, June 1989, , December 1989
Box   22
Folder   7
Forms of Celebrating Women's Power, Socio-Pastoral Institute, 1990
Box   22
Folder   8
Sison interview, August 1990
Box   22
Folder   9
Interviews, Sison, De Latonab, Kintanar
Box   22
Folder   10
Magellona, et al., U.S. Bases in the Phil[ippines] (Nuclear Weapons), 1986
Box   22
Folder   11
Maris Diokno interview, 1989
Box   22
Folder   12
Women in Philippines
Box   22
Folder   13
Task Force Detainees
Box   22
Folder   14
Tanod, National Resource Center on Political Prisoners in the Philippines (NRCPPP)
Box   22
Folder   15
Data Sheets
Box   22
Folder   16
Diliman Review
Box   22
Folder   17
Del Mundo
Box   22
Folder   18
Program, Communist Party of the Philippines (Old style)
Box   22
Folder   19
Philippine Communist Statement on Sexes
Box   22
Folder   20
Communist Party of the Philippines
Box   22
Folder   21
David
Box   22
Folder   22
Philippine Collegian, 1981
Box   22
Folder   23
Olailia
Box   22
Folder   24
Ramon Diokno
Box   22
Folder   25
National Democratic Front (NDF) program, 1988
Box   22
Folder   26
Hernandez “Military Role”
Box   22
Folder   27
Statement Communist Party of the Philippines, Marxism-Leninism-Mao Tse-Tung Thought (MLMTT), December 1993
Box   22
Folder   29
Lieutenant Victor Corpus
Box   22
Folder   30
Kapatid
Box   22
Folder   31
Tondo statement, May/June 1976
Box   22
Folder   32
KMU Courier, Kilusang Mayo Uno (May First Movement Labor Center)
Box   22
Folder   33
Ang Aktibista
Box   22
Folder   34
Break Through, militarization of the Philippines, August 1972
Box   22
Folder   35
Philippines Liberation Press
Box   22
Folder   36
New People's Army
Box   22
Folder   37
Nicaragua, Philippines
Box   22
Folder   38
National Democratic Front
Box   22
Folder   39
Mindanao Sulu Church Conference, April 1980
Box   22
Folder   40
Ang Kalaral, July 1972
Box   22
Folder   41
Ang Bayan, October '83, Marxism-Leninism-Mao Tse-Tung Thought (MLMT), Communist Party of the Philippines, October 1, 1972
Box   22
Folder   42
Philippine army and dialectics
Box   22
Folder   43
Lichauco
Box   22
Folder   44
Regional First Quarter Storm of 1970
Box   22
Folder   45
Philippine Women in the Revolution, Clarita Roja
Box   22
Folder   46
Photograph, 1979
Box   22
Folder   47
Bulletin Civic Resistance Unlimited, August 1973
Box   22
Folder   48
National Democratic Front (NDF) and Task Force Detainees (TFD)
Box   22
Folder   49-50
Nemenzo, Philippines Socialism, 1983
Box   22
Folder   51
Mindanao, hamletting
Box   22