Julian L. Simon Papers, 1955-2000 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 9/5/38
Acquired: 10/21/2002; 12/8/2011
Volume: 6.6 cubic feet
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Description: Papers of Julian L. Simon (1932-1998), professor of advertising (1963-66), professor of marketing (1966-69), and professor of business administration and economics (1969-83), including articles, books, and correspondence concerning advertising, environmental issues, immigration, population, and statistics relating to African-American reparations, the airline industry, birth control, economic development, Paul Ehrlich, the environment, the environmental movement, farmland loss, immigration, mail order business, population growth, government regulation and deregulation, resampling statistics, resource depletion, Science magazine, and species loss. Correspondents include James Billington, Kenneth E. Boulding, William J. Casey, Paul Ehrlich, Milton Friedman, F. A. Hayek, Alfred E. Kahn, Simon Kuznets, Senator Charles Percy, Warren Samuels, Antonin Scalia, then Representative Paul Simon, and Joseph Spengler.