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The Arts in a Democratic Society - I, program 228, part a

Title

The Arts in a Democratic Society - I, program 228, part a

Subject

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions

Description

In excerpts from a two-day preliminary conference, the discussion centers on government support of the arts, dealing with questions about policy, purpose, selectivity, and the basic issue of how freedom of expression can be protected under a system of bureaucratic procedures. The panel, led by Gifford Phillips, includes Harry S. Ashmore, Dan Burhans, Kirk Douglas, Harrop A. Freeman, Hallock Hoffman, John Houseman, Walter Hopps, Robert M. Hutchins, Abbot Kaplan, Frank K. Kelly, Ernie Kreiling, Vukan Kuic, Irving Laucks, Thomas W. Leavitt, Richard Lichtman, Lawrence Lipton, Donald McDonald, Edward Reed, Howard Richards, Stanley K. Sheinbaum, Roger Stevens, Jan Stussy, Henri Temianka, Harvey Wheeler, John Wilkinson, Harold Willens, and Robert Woetzel. Oct. 4, 1965.

Creator

Sheinbaum, Stanley K.
Kelly, Frank K., 1914-
Phillips, Gifford
Ashmore, Harry S.
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions

Source

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Collection, 1950-1991 (Mss 18), Department of Special Collections at the University of California, Santa Barbara Library

Date

1965-10-04

Rights

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Provenance

Bulk of the collection donated by the Center after it ceased operations at UCSB in 1987. Subsequent donations by Harry S. Ashmore and Otis L. Graham, Jr. , which are found in their respective sections of the Administrators' Files, 1995.

Original Format

Open reel

Duration

29:02:00

Files

Citation

Sheinbaum, Stanley K., "The Arts in a Democratic Society - I, program 228, part a," in Digital Collections, Item #4915, http://digital.library.ucsb.edu/items/show/4915 (accessed February 26, 2020).