John Maurice Clark papers, 1920-1963
Professor of economics, Columbia University, 1922-1953. Clark was associated with the N.R.A., 1934-1935, National Resources
Planning Board, 1939-1940, O.P.A., 1940-1943, Commission on Freedom of the Press, 1944-1947, and the Attorney General's National
Committee to Study Anti-Trust Laws, 1953-1954.
Scope and Contents
Correspondence, manuscripts, course materials, and pamphlet files of Clark, emphasizing the Federal government's participation
in and control over economic planning as reflected in Professor Clark's association with the N.R.A., National Resources Planning
Board, O.P.A., Committee of Freedom of the Press, and the Attorney General's National Committee to Study Anti-Trust Laws.
There is material relating to economic theory, national as well as international in scope.