Francis G. Wilson Papers, 1912, 1923-75 | University of Illinois Archives
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Papers of Francis Graham Wilson (1901- ), professor of political science (1939-67), including correspondence (1929-75), publications (86 items, 1929-67), speeches and notes (15 items, 1929-66), manuscript (The American Political Mind, 1949), a subject file (1948-67), study notes (1888-1973), and writings (1924-75), relating to political theory, International Labor Organization, public opinion, communism, conservatism, democracy, fascism, Marxism, liberalism, Catholicism, Christian intellectuals, Spanish conservatism and special interests, including Catholic Conservatives, Center for American Studies, Conservative Co-ordinating Council, Intercollegiate Society of Individualists, National Republican Coordinating Committee on "Human Rights and Responsibilities" (1965) and the Catholic Commission on Intellectual and Cultural Affairs.
Correspondence concerns editing and publishing, criticism and reviews, recommendations for faculty appointments and graduate positions and lecture and travel arrangements. Among the correspondents are Lynwood M. Holland, Frank H. Jonas, Willmoore Kendall, Charles E. Martin, J. Benjamin Stalvey and Kenneth O. Warner.
The series includes selection material (1912), prohibition pamphlets and materials (1923-31) and the Journal de Geneve (12/3-21/32).