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Joshua Lederberg Papers 1904-2008
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Science and Man (SAM Files), 1949-2004 (bulk 1962-1988) [subseries]:

The Science and Man sub-series (SAM Files) contains Lederberg's non-technical writings and opinion pieces from a variety of publications. The articles in the SAM Files sub-series are unique. They are not in Lederberg's usual technically analytical style. He wrote the majority of the articles and speeches for the general public and their contents are reflective of the sometimes-turbulent 1960s. In his articles written for the Washington Post, Lederberg addressed such timely issues as women's health, the biology of race and intelligence, genetic manipulation, biological/chemical warfare, and religion verses science. Many of the articles still resonate with political and social significance.

The SAM Files sub-series follows a numerical arrangement. Please note that the number sequence is not complete. Folders 1 through 232 consist of the complete series of weekly columns written for the Washington Post between July 24, 1966 and September 12, 1971. Folders 233 to 339 consist of articles and speeches written for a variety of different organizations and publications. The last portion of the sub-series is not numbered and the folders are labeled as background files. These files contain correspondence from several newspapers and readers (commentary, questions, requests); they also contain the original final manuscripts for the Washington Post series. Documents were kept in original order.

105 1-2
SAM 1: The "Heart Gap" Will Cause Soul Ache (7/24/1966), 1964-1998
105 3
SAM 2: Using Bigotry Against Bias (7/31/1966), 1966-1972
105 4
SAM 3: Bootlegging Flag to the Moon (8/7/1966), 1966, 1977
105 5
SAM 4: Nine Doctors Test Law (8/14/1966), 1966-1969
105 6
SAM 5: Animals for Research (8/21/1966), 1966-1970, 1987
105 7
SAM 6: Don't Scrap Education Yet (8/28/1966), 1966, 1977, 1985
105 8
SAM 7: World's End Postponed (9/14/1966), 1966, 1972-1974, 1982-1986, 1992-1998
105 9
SAM 8: What About the Pill? (9/18/1966), 1966-1969
105 10
SAM 9 (Special): A Treaty Proposal on Germ Warfare (9/24/1966), 1966-1969
105 11
SAM 10: Pill Heralds Biological Change (9/25/1966), 1966-1969
105 12
SAM 11: Virginia "Biology" Based on Delusion (10/2/1966), 1966-1970, 1988-1996
105 13
SAM 12: Backsliding in Science (10/9/1966), 1966
105 14
SAM 13: We Need More and Better Docs (10/16/1966), 1966-1970
105 15
SAM 14: The Disaster of Idiocy (10/23/1966), 1966
105 16
SAM 15: The Brains of the Matter (10/30/1966), 1966
105 17
SAM 16: Insight in a Hormone (11/6/1966), 1966-1974
105 18
SAM 17: A Science Scoop by China (11/13/1966), 1966
105 19
SAM 18: A Hereditary Tummy-Ache? (11/20/1966), 1966-1969
105 20
SAM 19: What's in a Name in Drugs? (11/27/1966), 1966-1969, 1977-1981, 1992
105 21
SAM 20: Innovation Throws Us (12/4/1966), 1966, 1972, 1992
105 22
SAM 21: Space: The Crisis of Decision (12/11/1966), 1966-1967
105 23
SAM 22 (Special): On Cosmic Law: "An Earthly Start" (12/17/1966), 1966-1971
105 24
SAM 23: Poets Knew It All Along (12/18/1966), 1966-1969, 1986; undated
105 25
SAM 24: Big Decisions on Big Boom (12/25/1966), 1966-1969
105 26
SAM 25: A Ministry of Truth (1/1/1967), 1967-1984, 1998
105 27
SAM 26: Dangerous Delinquents (1/8/1967), 1966-1971
105 28
SAM 27: Technological Disharmony (1/15/1967), 1966-1967
105 29
SAM 28: Chromosomes and Crime (1/22/1967), 1967
105 30
SAM 29: Our Pal, the Computer (1/29/1967), 1967-1974
105 31
SAM 30: Puzzling Over the Dawn of Life (2/5/1967), 1967
105 32
SAM 31: Our Neighbor Mars (2/12/1967), 1967-1968
105 33
SAM 32: Can We Keep Mars Clean? (2/19/1967), 1967
105 34
SAM 33: Are There Bugs on Mars? (2/26/1967), 1967
105 35
SAM 34: More Vaccines on the Horizon (3/5/1967), 1967-1970, 1988, 1996
105 36
SAM 35: Flaws in Disease Data (3/12/1967), 1967, 1994-1998
105 37
SAM 36: Cheap Vaccine Can Be Costly (3/19/1967), 1967, 1983
105 38
SAM 37: The Priority of Education (3/26/1967), 1967
105 39
SAM 38: What's in a Child's Mind? (4/2/1967), 1967
105 40
SAM 39: Nature Versus Nurture (4/9/1967), 1967
105 41
SAM 40: A Test Tube Daddy (4/16/1967), 1967
105 42
SAM 41: Informed Guinea Pigs (4/23/1967), 1967-1970
105 43
SAM 42: The Vital Thyroid Hormone (4/30/1967), 1967
105 44
SAM 43: Each of Us Is a Society (5/7/1967), 1967
105 45
SAM 44: First an Egg, Then a Man (5/14/1967), 1967
105 46
SAM 45: Fusion of Fish and Man (5/21/1967), 1967
105 47
SAM 46: Tumor Spread by Fusion (5/28/1967), 1967
105 48
SAM 47: Are Intelligence Tests Fair? (6/3/1967), 1967-1969
105 49
SAM 48: The Future of Agriculture (6/17/1967), 1967-1969, 1987-1988
105 50
SAM 49: Cell Biology (6/24/1967), 1967
105 51
SAM 50: The Legal Start of Life (7/1/1967), 1967, 1981-1982, 1989-1992
105 52
SAM 51: Technological Gap and Italy's Future (7/4/1967), 1967-1974, 1983
105 53
SAM 52: The World of the Future (7/8/1967), 1966-1971, 1978-1985, 1992-1995
105 54
SAM 53: Food from the World's Factories? (7/15/1967), 1967, 1989-1992
105 55
SAM 54: Paradox in U.S. Food Policy (7/22/1967), 1966-1970
105 56
SAM 55: The Disease of Malnutrition (7/29/1967), 1967
105 57
SAM 56: A Tax on Nutrition (8/5/1967), 1967
105 58
SAM 57: Meeting Nutritional Needs (8/12/1967), 1967-1969
105 59
SAM 58: The Versatile Embryo (8/19/1967), 1967
105 60
SAM 59: Clinical Tests Prove Benefits of Drugs in Schizophrenia (8/26/1967), 1967-1969
105 61
SAM 60: A Test of Classroom "Bloomers" New Key to Education Research (9/2/1967), 1967-1971,1994
105 62
SAM 61: Science Trails Vaccine Against Undiagnosed Viral Infections (9/9/1967), 1967-1969
105 63
SAM 62: Crossbreeding is Nature's Device to Speed Evolution (9/16/1967), 1967
105 64
SAM 63: Science Can't Be Dogmatic About Virgin Birth in Man (9/23/1967), 1966-1971, 1985-1986
105 65
SAM 64: Unpredictable Variety Still Rules Human Reproduction (9/30/1967), 1967, 2002
105 66
SAM 65: Only Education Transmutes Evil in Science's Findings (10/7/1967), 1967
105 67
SAM 66: Man May "Program" Progeny Before He's Morally Ready (10/14/1967), 1967-1970
105 68
SAM 67: Curbs on Human Engineering Can Create Thought Control (10/21/1967), 1967-1970
105 69
SAM 68: A Bicentennial Underscores Trends in Medical Research (10/28/1967), 1967
105 70
SAM 69: Genetic Intervention Is a Way of Improving Our Species (11/4/1967), 1967-1970
105 71
SAM 70: Israel Fails to Use Science Reservoir for Its Own Good (11/11/1967), 1967
105 72
SAM 71: Israel's Weizmann Institute Traces the DNA of a Virus (11/18/1967), 1967-1970
105 73
SAM 72: 17 Countries Top the U.S. in Low Infant Mortalities (11/25/1967), 1967-1968
105 74
SAM 73: Birthweight Is a Big Factor in the Survival of Infants (12/2/1967), 1967-1970
105 75
SAM 74: The Premature Baby Starts Life in Precarious Condition (12/9/1967), 1967
105 76
SAM 75: Moribund Patient's Trust Is at Stake (12/10/1967), 1967
105 77
SAM 76: Neurological Defects Come With Premature Births (12/16/1967), 1967
105 78
SAM 77: "Creation of Life" Is More Slogan Than a Description (12/23/1967), 1967
105 79
SAM 78: Society, Not Science, to Decide When to Cure Some Diseases (12/30/1967), 1967-1970, 1976
106 1
SAM 79: Replication of DNA Molecules Shouldn't Be a Moral Issue (1/6/1968), 1968
106 2
SAM 80: DNA Breakthrough Points Way to Therapy by Virus (1/13/1968), 1967-1968
106 3
SAM 81: Legislation on Transplants Should Begin With Specifics (1/20/1968), 1968-1971
106 4
SAM 82: Evidence Links Poor Diet to Forever-Stunted Minds (1/27/1968), 1968
106 5
SAM 83: Budget Bureau Decisions Enter the Public Arena (2/3/1968), 1968
106 6
SAM 84: Kids Today Grow Up Faster; Should Rights Come Sooner? (2/10/1968), 1968-1970
106 7
SAM 85: A-Weapons Must Be Limited If Used in South Vietnam (2/17/1968), 1968, 1980
106 8
SAM 86: We'd Better Cache Culture on Far Side of the Moon (2/24/1968), 1968-1969
106 9
SAM 87: Demands of Vietnam Hobble Our Steps to Outer World (3/2/1968), 1968
106 10
SAM 88: Use of Nuclear Weapons Is An Invitation to Disaster (3/9/1968), 1968
106 11
SAM 89: It's Better to Prevent Abuses in Transplant Experiments (3/16/1968), 1968-1970
106 12
SAM 90: What Can Be Done to Protect You From Your Doctor? (3/26/1968) [Not Printed in Washington Post], 1968-1970
106 13
SAM 91: Congress Should Examine Biological Warfare Tests (3/30/1968), 1967-1969, 1998
106 14
SAM 92: Russian Computers Having Delusions---Or Are They? (4/6/1968), 1968-1971, 1985
106 15
SAM 93: Here's Chloroacetophenone In Your Eye; You Better Blink (4/13/1968), 1968-1970, 1989, 1995-1998
106 16
SAM 94: New Civil Hazards Agency Could Regulate Gun Sales (4/20/1967), 1968-1973
106 17
SAM 95: Cell Transplants Hold Hope in "White Skin" Epidemic (4/27/1968), 1968-1979, 1992-1994
106 18
SAM 96: We Don't Know Basic Facts About Biology of Racial Traits (5/4/1968), 1968
106 19
SAM 97: Personal Tolerance Futile Amid Institutional Racism (5/11/1968), 1968-1969
106 20
SAM 98: Common Sense Should Impel Moves to End U.S. Hunger (5/18/1968), 1968
106 21
SAM 99: "Good Food" to One Human May Half-Starve Another (5/25/1968), 1968
106 22
SAM 100: Campus Radicals' Booby Trap Is to Invite Brutal Reaction (6/1/1968), 1967-1970
106 23
SAM 101: That 'Academic' Work on DNA Applied to a Human Disease (6/8/1968), 1968-1970
106 24
SAM 102: Can Drinking Coffee Raise Chances of Skin Damage? (6/15/1968), 1968-1970
106 25
SAM 103: Candidates Could Outline Differences on ABM Policy (6/22/1968), 1968-1971
106 26
SAM 104: The Real Missile Gap Is In Knowledge of Psychology (6/29/1968), 1968-1970, 1983
106 27
SAM 105: Searching Debate Needed on Issue of Building ABM (7/6/1968), 1968-1969
106 28
SAM 106: Getting Out From Under the Shadow of the Bomb (7/13/1968), 1968
106 29
SAM 107: Breaking the Deadlock Over Missile Inspection (7/20/1968), 1968-1969
106 30
SAM 108: Social Science Research Attack is Vulnerable, The Capital Times (7/30/1968), 1966-1970, 1981-1986
106 31
SAM 109: Remarkable Appeal From Soviet Scientist, The Oak Ridger (8/5/1968), 1968-1980
106 32
SAM 110: Arms Control Issue Rates More Campaign Attention (8/10/1968), 1967-1968
106 33
SAM 111: Swift Biological Advance Can Be Bent to Genocide (8/17/1968), 1968
106 34
SAM 112: The Infamous Black Death May Return to Haunt Us (8/31/1968), 1968-1969, 1978-1990
106 35
SAM 113: Mankind Had a Near Miss From a Mystery Pandemic (9/7/1968), 1968, 1987
106 36
SAM 114: Hailing ORNL Example of "Genetic Engineering", The Oak Ridger (9/9/1968), 1968-1970
106 37
SAM 115: Ire Over Czechs Shouldn't Blind U.S. to Its Interests (9/14/1968), 1968-1969
106 38
SAM 11:6 Melting DNA Yields Clues to the Puzzle of Heredity (9/21/1968), 1968-1971
106 39
SAM 117: Science Tracks Down Bearers of Deadly Cystic Fibrosis (9/28/1968), 1968
106 40
SAM 118: The Risky Pregnancy, The San Francisco Chronicle (10/13/1968), 1967-1970
106 41
SAM 119: Any Kind of Contraception is Probably Not "Natural" (10/12/1968), 1968-1970
106 42
SAM 120: "Criminal Genetic Types" Pose a Research Dilemma (10/19/1968), 1968-1969
106 43
SAM 121: Stretching Out the Period of the Brain's Development (10/26/1968), 1968, 1982
106 44
SAM 122: Is Everybody Rotten to the Core? (11/2/1968), 1968-1976, 1986-1991
106 45
SAM 123: "Playmate" Shows Problems In Studying the Emotions (11/9/1968), 1968-1970, 1986
106 46
SAM 124: Psychology of Differences Between Sexes Still Obscure (11/16/1968), 1968, 1999
106 47
SAM 125: More Data Needed on Effect of LSD (11/22/1968), 1968-1971
106 48
SAM 126: Some Bad Habits of Reacting to Stress Can Be Unlearned (11/30/1968), 1968-1969
106 49
SAM 127: Sickness of the Mind (12/8/1968), 1968-1971, 1979-1980
106 50
SAM 128: Our Defense Spending Ought to Include Flu Protection (12/14/1968), 1968-1969
106 51
SAM 129: Tiny Muscles Seem to Have a Role in Brain Activity (12/21/1968), 1967-1968
106 52
SAM 130: Man Can Be Called "Machine"-- But a Most Complex One (12/28/1968), 1963-1982, 1999; undated
106 53
SAM 131: DDT: Boon or Bane? (1/4/1969), 1968-1969
106 54
SAM 132: Science Has Long Known Ways to Make Subhumans (1/11/1969), 1968-1969
106 55
SAM 133: Quality of Life and Freedom Will Perish If Unlimited "Right to Breed" Persists (1/18/1969), 1968-1969
106 56
SAM 134: Food Needs Require Us To Apply Basic Biology (1/25/1969), 1969
106 57
SAM 135: Sea-Level Canal Points Up Need for Environment Data (2/1/1969), 1969-1970
106 58
SAM 136: Discoveries In Cell Fusion Augur Advances In Biology (2/8/1969), 1969
106 59
SAM 137: Most Wildlife Species Appear to Be Doomed By Growth in Population and by Pollution (2/15/1969), 1967-1999
107 1
SAM 138: Leaded Gasoline Presents Hazards to Health (2/22/1969), 1968-1969
107 2
SAM 139: Spreading Research Strikes Score on the Wrong Target (3/1/1969), 1969
107 3
SAM 140: Cells Hindering Transplants Play Wide Role (3/8/1969), 1968-1974
107 4
SAM 141: Revived Controversy Over Fluoridation Points Up Our Basic Lack of Knowledge (3/15/1969), 1962, 1969, 1998
107 5
SAM 142: Public Finds Conflicts in Fluoridation Vote (3/22/1969), 1967-1970, 1993
107 6
SAM 143 (Special): The Meaning of Dr. Jensen's Study of I.Q. Disparities (3/29/1969), 1968-1973, 1995
107 7
SAM 143b: The Issue of "Bad Heredity", Stanford M.D. (10/1966), 1965-1969
107 8
SAM 144: Must We Re-Educate Average Physicians So They May Evaluate the Newest Drugs? (3/29/1969), 1968-1970
107 9
SAM 145: Genetics Can Be as Exciting as Astrology If You Ignore Subtleties of How Genes Act (4/5/1969), 1969, 1982-1985
107 10
SAM 146: Chromium, Other Elements Seen Crucial in Human Diets (4/12/1969), 1969
107 11
SAM 147: Heart Transplants a Help, But Prevention is Better (4/19/1969), 1969, 1994-1995
107 12
SAM 148: Campus Clashes Raise Issues Basic to Democratic Society (4/16/1969), 1969
107 13
SAM 149: We're So Accustomed to Using Chlorine That We Tend to Overlook Its Toxicity (5/3/1969), 1969-1971, 1985, 1992
107 14
SAM 150: Research Yields Clues On Blood Disease Caused By Worms In Tropical Climates (5/10/1969), 1967-1969
107 15
SAM 151: We Need Widespread Tests for Venereal Diseases (5/17/1969), 1965-1973
107 16
SAM 152: Greed to Cash In on Science Can Cause Cosmic Bellyache (5/24/1969), 1966-1970, 1990, 1996
107 17
SAM 153: A Cloud of Questions Hovers Around Carbon Monoxide (5/31/1969), 1968-1971, 1986
107 18
SAM 154: Those Who Fear Mind Control In Future Should Look Hard Now--At Television (6/7/1969), 1969
107 19
SAM 155: Telephone-Computer Hook Up Expands Information Network (6/14/1969), 1967-1970, 1984-1991
107 20
SAM 156: TV Can Be So Magnificent; Why Must It Be So Bad? (6/21/1969), 1969-1970, 1991
107 21
SAM 157: Cable, Pay TV Provide Science-Policy Issue (6/28/1969), 1969-1970
107 22
SAM 158: Street Crime Provides a Case for Rationing Radio Channels (7/5/1969), 1968-1971, 1983-1994
107 23
SAM 159: Surprises From the Moon (7/12/1969), 1958-1961, 1969-1982, 1991
107 24
SAM 159a: Lunar Quarantine [Letter to the Editor of The New York Times] (7/13/1969), 1969-1971, 1989, 1996
107 25
SAM 160: Technology of TV Should Put Viewer Back Into the Picture (7/19/1969), 1969-1970, 1984, 1992-1994
107 26
SAM 161: The "Mysterious" Computer Will Not Abet Witch-Hunts (7/26/1969), 1969-1970
107 27
SAM 162: Business is Marketing Data Once Sold By Private Eye (8/2/1969), 1968-1971, 1983, 1997
107 28
SAM 163: Secrecy of Doctor-Patient Relationship Might Not Prove So Sacred In Court (8/9/1969), 1969-1978, 1986, 1991-1995
107 29
SAM 164: Value of Sending Men to Mars is Vastly Outweighed by Cost (8/16/1969), 1957, 1965-1969
107 30
SAM 165: Strontium 90 Less an Ogre Than Painted, But How Much? (8/23/1969), 1969-1971
107 31
SAM 166: Even Controlled Burning of Forests Has Drawbacks (8/30/1969), 1969-1973, 1982, 1987-1997
107 32
SAM 167: Facilities Still Primitive for Tracing Fingerprints (9/6/1969), 1965-1970, 1992
107 33
SAM 168: Fingerprints are Permanent From Third Month of Life (9/13/1969), 1969
107 34
SAM 169: The Moral Issue of Science is Lack of Science of Peace (9/20/1969), 1967-1970
107 35
SAM 170: Even Studies of Hiroshima Have Not Proved Mutations (9/27/1969), 1969, 1979
107 36
SAM 171: Human Mutation Can Scramble the Coded Genetic Message of DNA (10/4/1969), 1969
107 37
SAM 172: A Good Try Poses Problem (10/11/1969), 1960-1963, 1969-1979, 1995-1996
107 38
SAM 173: Air Pollution Ingredients Are Suspect for Mutation (10/18/1969), 1969-1971
107 39
SAM 174: Many "Accepted" Additives May Be Cyclamate's Equal (10/25/1969), 1969-1970
108 1
SAM 175: Environmental Chemicals' Hazards Still Little Known (11/1/1969), 1968-1969
108 2
SAM 176: Race and Intelligence, Stanford Daily (10/21/1969), 1969-1972
108 3
SAM 177: MSG Revelations Make One Wonder About Other Foods (11/8/1969), 1949, 1955, 1969
108 4
SAM 178: Heavy Dosage No Argument Against Ban on Cyclamate (11/15/1969), 1969
108 5
SAM 179: National Drug Test Center Would Be a Salutary Step (11/22/1969), 1969-1970, 1995
108 6
SAM 180: Additives Shouldn't Harm Even One in Million (11/29/1969), 1968-1969
108 7
SAM 181: An Asteroid Into the Sun May Have Glazed Moon Rock (12/6/1969), 1969-1971
108 8
SAM 182: Biological Warfare and the Extinction of Man (12/2/1969) [JL Statement before a House Subcommittee], 1969-1970
108 9
SAM 183: Pretesting Chemical Additives, Chemical and Engineering News (12/8/1969), 1969-1973
108 10
SAM 183a: Wisdom of Cyclamate Ban [Letter to the Editor of Science] (12/26/1969), 1969-1970
108 11
SAM 183n: [Letter to the Editor of Nature (re: cyclamates)] (11/15/1969), 1969
108 12
SAM 183s: Cyclamate Ban [Letter to the Editor of Science] (11/7/1969), 1969
108 13
SAM 183sr: Risks in Food [Letter to the Editor of SR] (10/3/1970), 1970
108 14
SAM 184: Health Care Costs Inflated By Dollars Without Doctors (12/13/1969), 1969-1971
108 15
SAM 185: Dangerous Rail Shipments Burden Innocent Bystander (12/20/1969), 1969-1972, 1978
108 16
SAM 186: Leukemia Ebb is Rare News on the Environmental Front (12/27/1969), 1969
108 17
SAM 187: Biological Goal: Human Welfare, New York Times (1/12/1970), 1969-1970
108 18
SAM 188: New Cancer Data Imply Death Error (1/3/1970), 1960, 1969-1970
108 19
SAM 189: Atomic Risk Hard to Rate in Terms of Electrocution (1/10/1970), 1969-1971
108 20-23
SAM 190: Ample Evidence for Taking the Lead Out of Gasoline (1/17/1970), 1965-1970
108 24
SAM 191: Just What Scientific Lore Would Be Better Unknown? (1/24/1970), 1969-1970
108 25
SAM 192: Power's Good Safety Score Can Be Further Improved (1/31/1970), 1968-1975, 1984-1987
108 26
SAM 193: We Need Social Inventions to Deal With Overbreeding (2/7/1970), 1968-1970
108 27
SAM 194: We Can Make a Safer World By Dropping Work on Toxins (2/14/1970), 1970-1971
108 28
SAM 195: "Eradication" of Smallpox Shouldn't End Containment (2/22/1970), 1966-1970
108 29
SAM 196: Biology Could Add Little to Hitlerian Repertoire (2/28/1970), 1970
108 30
SAM 197: Challenge to Pompidou, Stanford Daily (2/26/1970), 1967-1970
108 31
SAM 198: From Prometheus to Frankenstein [Abstract] (3/3/1970), 1970
108 32
SAM 199: Our CBW Facilities Could Help Against Pestilences (3/7/1970), 1966-1971
108 33
SAM 200: Yellow Fever Still Survives In Jungles of Africa, Brazil (3/14/1970), 1955, 1964-1970, 1982-1985, 1997
108 34
SAM 201: Long Range Study Mustn't Sidetrack Birth Control (3/21/1970), 1970-1971
108 35
SAM 202: High Technology Can End Pollution (3/26/1970), 1970
108 36
SAM 203: U.S. Population Growth Could Be Made Bearable (4/4/1970), 1965-1970
108 37
SAM 204: Prophets of Doom Don't Help Population Problem (4/11/1970), 1970
109 1
SAM 205: Ecology Has All Requisites of an Authentic Religion (4/18/1970), 1959, 1967-1973, 1979-1980
109 2
SAM 206: How to Harvest Enrichment Of Land Surrounding Parks (4/25/1970), 1970-1971
109 3
SAM 207: Security Is Happiest Cure For Overbreeding of Poor (5/2/1970), 1967-1970, 1989
109 4
SAM 208: How Can Random Rampages Alter Course In Vietnam? (5/9/1970), 1970
109 5
SAM 209: In Deflecting Hurricanes, Where Do We Aim Them? (5/16/1970), 1970-1974, 1991-1993
109 6-7
SAM 210: Intellectuals Revive Dream Of Israeli-Arabic Planning (5/23/1970), 1970, 1987
109 8
SAM 211: Viable Substitute Proposed For Detergent Phosphates (5/30/1970), 1967-1975
109 9
SAM 212: Dramatic Results Unlikely From Replacing Phosphates (6/6/1970), 1968-1971
 
SAM 213, Politics Nullifies Science In Environmental Studies (6/13/1970), [subseries]:
109 10
Article, 1970-1971
109 11
Correspondence, 1969-1971
109 12
Manuscript, 1970
109 13
Notes, 1970
109 14
SAM 214: Flameproofing Children's Cotton Nighties (6/20/1970), 1970-1983, 1997-1998
109 15
SAM 215: We Know Little About Matches (6/27/1970), 1970-1975, 1983, 1993-1997)
109 16
SAM 216: Consumer Should Be On Par With Labor and Industry (7/4/1970), 1968-1980, 1987, 1997-1998
 
SAM 217: Government Is Most Dangerous of Genetic Engineers (7/19/1970) [subseries]:
109 17
Article, 1970-1971
109 18
Article and Duplicates, 1970
109 19
Correspondence, 1970
109 20
Manuscript [SeeQ62], 1970
 
SAM 218 [subseries]:
109 21
Engineering Viruses for Health or Warfare (8/16/1970), 1970-1971, 1983
109 22
Article and Duplicates, 1970-1971
109 23
Correspondence, 1970-1972
109 24
Manuscript, 1970
109 25
Notes, 1969-1972
109 26
SAM 218b: [Letter to the Editor of The New York Times (2/25/1971)], 1971, 1984
 
SAM 219 [subseries]:
109 27
The Dilemma of Curbing Chemical Warfare (9/27/1970), 1970, 1999; undated
109 28
Article and Duplicates, 1970, 1984
109 29
Correspondence, 1970
109 30
Manuscript, 1970
109 31
Notes, 1966-1970
109 32
SAM 220: Current Issues In Strategic Arms Control (10/25/1970), 1970-1971, 1983-1985 [subseries]:
109 33
Articles and Duplicates, 1970
109 34
Correspondence, 1970-1971
109 35
Manuscript, 1970
110 1
Notes, 1961, 1969-1973, 1980-1985
110 2
SAM 220a: A Freeze on Missile Testing, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (3/1971), 1971
 
SAM 221: Even Scientists Can't Halt Power Shovels (11/28/1970) [subseries]:
110 3
Article and Duplicates, 1970
110 4
Correspondence, 1970-1971; undated
110 5
Manuscript, 1970
110 6
Notes, 1969-1971;1984
110 7
SAM 222: Cost-Analysis of Genetic Disease from Radiation: $100 per Man-Rad (12/3/1970) [Not Published], 1970-1971, 1999
110 8
SAM 223: Air Quality Standard for Lead: Environmental Health Aspects (11/19/1970) [Not Published], 1970, 1993
110 9
SAM 224: Popollution--Are We All Guilty? The Higher and Higher Wisdom (12/1970), 1970-1972
 
SAM 225 [subseries]:
110 10
Technology Assessment (1/24/1971), 1971
110 11
Article and Duplicates, 1971
110 12
Correspondence, 1970-1971
110 13
Manuscript, 1971
110 14
Notes, 1970-1971
 
SAM 226 [subseries]:
110 15
Cancer "Cure" Has Limitations (2/14/1971), 1971, 1991
110 16
Article and Duplicates, 1971
110 17
Correspondence, 1971, 1991
110 18
Manuscript, 1971
110 19
Notes, 1966-1973
110 20
SAM 226b: "Statement by Joshua Lederberg" [on the 20th anniversary of the National Cancer Act of 1971] (12/18/1991), 1991
 
SAM 227 [subseries]:
110 21
Ratification of Geneva Protocol and the Control of Chemical Warfare (3/21/1971), 1971
110 22
Article and Duplicates, 1971
110 23
Correspondence, 1971
110 24
Manuscript, 1971
110 25
Notes, 1970-1971
 
SAM 228 [subseries]:
110 26
Radiation Debate is Off-Base (5/2/1971), 1970-1976
110 27
Article and Duplicates, 1971
110 28
Correspondence, 1970-1976, 1982
110 29
Manuscript, 1971
110 30
Notes, 1970-1974
110 31
SAM 229: Egg Transplants: Not the End of the World (6/20/1971), 1967-1971
110 32
SAM 230: Squaring an Infinite Circle: Radiobiology and the Value of Life, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (9/1971), 1955, 1968-1977, 1999
110 33
SAM 230a: Bulletin of Atomic Scientists (6/1972), 1971-1975
110 34
SAM 231: The Dilemma of Tainted Blood (8/1/1971), 1970-1973, 1992
110 35
SAM 232: Risks of Hurricane Taming (9/12/1971), 1970-1977
110 36
SAM 233: Letter to Graham Allison [Sardonovich Papers] (9/1972), 1972
110 37
SAM 234: Right to Life (5/18/1972) [Unpublished], 1972
110 38
SAM 235: Lederberg Testimony to House Subcommittee on Health and Environment (3/22/1973), 1973
110 39
SAM 236: Prevention and Therapy of Genetic Disease (Manuscript Draft) (8/6/1971), 1971-1977
110 40
SAM 237: Higher Education (3/15/1972), 1971-1973
110 41
SAM 238: Reply to Gunther Stent [Letter sent to Scientific American (Unpublished)] (4/6/1973), 1973
110 42
SAM 239: Arms Control [Letter to the Editor of Science] (4/6/1973), 1973
110 43
SAM 240: Kaibab Deer Myth [Letter to the Editor of BioScience] (1/1975), 1973-1975, 1983, 1992
110 44
SAM 241: Possibilitia di interventi su genotipo e fenotipo (1973), 1971-1973
110 45
SAM 242: Introduction to Fletcher's Book, "The Ethics of Genetic Control," by Doubleday (1974), 1973-1974, 1980
110 46
SAM 243: Draft memorandum on legislation on fetal research (9/10/1973), 1973
111 1
SAM 244: Remarks on the 10th Anniversary of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), "Implications of the Life Sciences for the Future of Man" (3/21/1973), 1972-1974
111 2
SAM 245: Patterns of Change 1960-1980, DuPont, "Life Sciences" (10/9/1962), 1962
111 3
SAM 246: Searching for GODot [in Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence (Sagan, C.)] (1973), 1971-1973, 1979-1997
111 4
SAM 247: Scientific Freedom [Letter to the Editor of Fortune] (10/1974), 1966-1974
111 5
SAM 248: A Geneticist on Safeguards [Letter to the Editor of The New York Times] (3/11/1975), 1975
111 6
SAM 249: Preface in Genetics Citation Index .... reprinted in Current Contents #50 (12/11/1974) [See Q66], 1974, 1995
111 7
SAM 250: The Sciences (NYAS), "Remembrance of Things Past" (12/1969), 1969, 1982-1985, 1995-1998
111 8
SAM 251: Statement, Peer Review Hearings (NIH) (2/19/1976), 1975-1978
111 9
SAM 252: Book Review, Computer Power and Human Reason (Weizenbaum, J). (3/18/1976), 1965, 1972-1977
111 10
SAM 253: WHO Roundtable Discussion, "Risks and Rewards" (6/1976), 1976
111 11
SAM 254: Letter to Alfred E. Vellucci [in The Sciences] (8/1976), 1976
111 12
SAM 255: An Appraisal of POSTS as an Interdisciplinary Effort, POSTS Program on Science, Technology and Society, CASBS 4th General Report (1975-1976), 1971-1976
111 13
SAM 256: Letter from Joshua Lederberg to Daniel J. Flood [re: hearings on HEW/NIGMS appropriations] (4/22/1977), 1977
111 14
SAM 257: Philosophy of Arms Control [Third Interim Report to the Ford Foundation] (1977), 1977
111 15
SAM 258: Edward Lawrie Tatum: A Biographical Memoir for the American Philosophical Society Yearbook (1977), 1977
111 16
SAM 259: Lederberg Suggests National Foundation to Exploit Fruits of University Research, Nature (7/6/1978), 1978
111 17
SAM 260: Presidential Address by J. Lederberg At His Installation as President of the Rockefeller University (10/16/1978), 1978-1979
111 18
SAM 261: Conversation with Joshua Lederberg, Organizational Dynamics, Ernest Miller (Winter 1980), 1979-1987
111 19
SAM 262: Scientists' Statement on Energy Policy (4/1975), 1975
111 20
SAM 263: A Challenge for Toxicologists [Letter to the Editor of Chemical and Engineering News] (3/2/1981), 1981
111 21
SAM 264: 1981: Molecular Genetics Comes of Age, Information Please Almanac (1982), 1979-1982
111 22
SAM 265: Excerpt from Proceedings of the ITT Worldwide Management Conference (4/27-29/1981), 1981-1982
111 23
SAM 266: The Future of Parasitology: An Overview, report of a conference (1981), 1981, 1987-1988, 1998
111 24
SAM 267: Excerpt from Fermentation: A Question of Life [Proceedings of the 6th International Fermentation Symposium] (7/20-25/1980), 1975-1980, 1991
111 25
SAM 268: Sackler School of Medicine Commencement Address (1981), 1981, 1990
111 26
SAM 268a: Excerpt from Arthur M. Sackler MD, 1913-1987 (1987), 1987
111 27
SAM 269: New York Times Interview, J. Lederberg and Thomas Khun [re: scientific thought] (3/13/1983), 1982-1983
111 28
SAM 270: J. Lederberg Interview with Phil R. Manning (3/31/1983), 1983-1987, 1996-1999
111 29
SAM 271: "Molecular Biology and Human Nature: Joshua Lederberg on the Complexity of DNA," The Collegiate Review (Fall 1983), 1979-1983
111 30
SAM 272: J. Lederberg Interview with Industrial Research and Development [re: industrial funding of university research] (9/1983), 1981-1983
111 31
SAM 273: "David A. Hamburg: President-Elect of AAAS," Science (7/29/1983), 1983
111 32
SAM 274: "Professor as Consultant: Conflict of Interest?," IDEA: Journal of Law and Technology (1983), 1982-1986, 1996-1997
111 33-34
SAM 275: Preface to NASA workshop on "The Cosmic History of the Biogenic Elements and Compounds" (1986), 1970-1987, 1997
111 35
SAM 276 [See 242], 1974-1979, 1988; undated
111 36
SAM 277: "An Ache to Learn," Columbia Magazine (Gilson, Estelle) (10/1984), 1983-1984
111 37
SAM 278: Review of Revolution in Science by I.B. Cohen (4/21/1985), 1985-1986
111 38
SAM 279: "Probing Cellular Basis of Health", Medical Tribune (5/8/1985), 1985-1988, 1998
111 39
SAM 280: "Computers in Science, Communication, and Education" [Proceedings of the Symposium on Medical Informatics] (3/7/1985), 1984-1986
111 40
SAM 281: Review of The Transforming Principle: Discovering That Genes are Made of DNA by Maclyn McCarty (12/1985), 1985-1986
111 41
SAM 282: "Biotechnology 1945-1985" [Foreword to Biotechnology in Food Processing] (5/14/1986), 1985-1986
 
SAM 283 [subseries]:
111 42
Foreword to Contemporary Classics in the Life Sciences, Volume 1 (1/18/1986), 1986
111 43
Citation Classics in the Life Sciences, 1984-1985
111 44
SAM 284: "A Scientist's Perspective" in Biotechnology Implications for Public Policy, Brookings Institution (1/27/1986), 1986
111 45
SAM 285: Foreword to Living Together: The Biology of Animal Parasitism, by William Trager (3/1986), 1986
111 46
SAM 286: Excerpt from High-Tech New York (4/23/1986), 1986, 1992
111 47
SAM 286a: J. Lederberg Interview in High Technology (6/1987), 1987
112 1
SAM 287: "A President Needs Discreet Science Advisers" [Letter to the Editor of The New York Times] (6/1/1986), 1985-1987
112 2
SAM 287a: Confidential Advice in the Public Interest: PSAC's Dilemma (1988), 1987-1988
112 3
SAM 287b: Science Advice to the Next President of U.S., "PSAC's Dilemma" (2/13/1988), 1987-1988
112 4
SAM 288: Introduction to Annual Review of Computer Science (1986), 1982-1986
112 5
SAM 289: "Electrical Technology and the Molecular Biologist" [In Electrical Engineering: The Second Century Begins] (1986), 1984-1986
112 6
SAM 290: Tax Reform and Universities, The Scientist (9/1986), 1986-1991
112 7
SAM 291: The Gift-Wrapped Genome, The Scientist (11/17/1986), 1986
112 8
SAM 292: J. Lederberg Interview, "Tying Minds Together to Advance Science and Social Intelligence", Computerworld (11/3/1986), 1986
112 9
SAM 293: Medical Education, Research and Practice in the Information Age, Leaders (1987), 1986-1987
112 10
SAM 294: "Health Research Strategies", Notes on Testimony to Senate Committee on Labour and Health (1/12/1987), 1987
112 11
SAM 295: Review of Apprentice to Genius: The Making of a Scientific Dynasty, by Robert Kanigel (9/1987), 1987-1989
112 12
SAM 296: Not Done, 2000
112 13
SAM 297: Review of The Statue Within: An Autobiography, by Francois Jacob (6/27/1988), 1988-1991
112 14
SAM 298: "Why Disturb a Jewel?" [Letter to the Editor of The New York Times] (2/7/1988), 1988
112 15
SAM 299: Foreword to Oncogenes: An Introduction to the Concept of Cancer Genes (1988), 1988
235 39
SAM 305: Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation; First Conference on Genetics (10/19-22/1959), 1958-1959
112 16
SAM 320: "Plasmids," Academic Press Dictionary of Science and Technology (10/1992), 1992
235 40
SAM 322: "Stuyvesant High School," Encyclopedia of New York City, 1990-1995
235 41
SAM 325: Preface to Symbiosis in Cell Evolution (2nd Edition, 1992), 1991-1992
235 42
SAM 329: "Communication as the Root of Scientific Progress" (Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of the IFSE) (10/13-18/1991), 1993-1995
235 43
SAM 334: Preface to Future of Software (1994), 1994
235 44
SAM 336: "J.B.S. Haldane's Daedalus 1923 - 70 Years Before and After" (Foreword to Haldane's Daedalus Revisited, by K. R. Dronamraju), 1993-1995
112 17
SAM 339: "Joshua Lederberg: Scientific Risk Taker and Innovator", Journal for the Education of the Gifted (1995), 1995
235 45
SAM 340: "Evolution of Basic Research", Science The Endless Frontier: 1945-1995 (Columbia University Conference), 1994-1995
 
SAM 344 [subseries]:
 
Future of Hope Conference, Japan (12/4-5/1995)
235 46
Articles and Conference Materials, 1995
235 47
Clippings, 1995
235 48
Manuscript and Correspondence, 1995-1996
236 1
SAM 346: "Make Common Cause Against the Microbe Hordes", International Herald Tribune (12/19/1997), 1997
236 2
SAM 351: Literacy, The Internet, and the Global Village [in Celebrating Elie Wiesel: Stories, Essays, Reflections, edited by A. Rosen] (1998), 1996-1998
236 3
SAM 352: Is There a Killer Flu in Our Future?, Encyclopedia Britannica Medical Yearbook (1999), 1998
236 4
SAM 357: Foreword to Reminiscences, by J. Murray Luck (1999), 1999
236 5
SAM 361: Festschrift for Eugene Garfield [9/2000], 1999-2001
236 6-8
SAM 362: Toxicology for the Next Millenium (2000), 1997-2000
236 9
SAM 363: "'Ome Sweet 'Omics - A Genealogical Treasury of Words" (4/2/2001), 2001-2003
236 10
SAM 364: "Die nutzliche Mikrobe: Die Menschheit muss mit Bakterien umzugehen lernen, statt sei unterschiedslos zu vernichten" (2001), 2001
236 11
SAM 365: "Interview with Joshua Lederberg, Professor Emeritus, Rockefeller University", Georgetown Public Policy Review (Spring 2001), 2001
236 12-13
SAM 366: Unity of Knowledge (2001), 1999-2001
236 14
SAM 367: "Biological Warfare," Emerging Infectious Diseases (Nov-Dec 2001), 2001
236 15
SAM 368: "The Meaning of Epigenetics," The Scientist (9/17/2001), 2001-2002
236 16
SAM 369: "Keynote Address: Beyond the Genome," Brooklyn Law Review (Fall 2001), 2000-2001
236 17
SAM 370: Lederberg's Response to Fred Pearce Article, 2001
236 18
SAM 371: Foreword to Top 10 Biotechnologies for Improving Health in Developing Countries, University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics (ca. 2002), ca. 2002
263 17
SAM 372: "The Cough Heard Around the World: SARS: We Must Find a New Inner Peace" (4/27/2003), 2000-2003
263 18
SAM 373: "A Centennial: George W. Beadle, 1903-1989" (1/2004), 2003-2004
263 19
SAM 374: Ricki Lewis' Law, The Scientist (8/2/2004), 2004
 
SAM (Background) [subseries]:
112 18
A,B,C Explanations, 1971(?)
112 19
The Age/Melbourne, 1967-1968
112 20
Book Deal with The MIT Press, 1971
112 21
Book/Headings and Prefaces, 1969
112 22
Boston Globe, 1967-1968
112 23
The Capitol Times, Madison Wisconsin, 1968
112 24
Correspondence with Niger Calder [Editor New Scientist], 1964
112 25
Correspondence with Readers, 1966-1971
112 26
Correspondence with Washington Post, 1966-1971
112 27
Die Zeit, 1966-1967
112 28
Distribution, 1971(?)
112 29
Distribution of Next Column and Notes, 1967-1971
112 30
[Draft] (9/8/1968), 1968 Sep
112 31-36
Final Manuscripts, 1966-1971
112 37
General, 1966-1970
112 38
General Correspondence, 1966-1972
112 39
Heading, 1966
112 40
Institute for Scientific Information, Current Contents, 1969-1971
112 41
Kagaku-Asahi, 1968
112 42
Lederberg Letters Requesting Information, 1966-1969
112 43
Letters of Comment, 1966-1968
112 44
Log, 1968
112 45
Log, 1968, 1982
112 46
M.F.W. Dubois, 1969-1970
112 47
The Next Move: Topical, 1963-1966, 1976; undated
112 48
Notes (3/1969), 1969 Feb-Mar
112 49
The Oak Ridger, 1967-1969
112 50
San Francisco Chronicle, 1966-1970
112 51
The Stanford Daily, 1968-1970
112 52
The Sunday Times/London, 1968 May 1
112 53
Topics, 1967-1969
112 54
Washington Post Distribution, 1969-1970