Working closely with White House Chiefs of Staff Donald Rumsfeld and Richard Cheney, Goldwin organized a series of seminars attended by the President on such topics as the world food situation, affirmative action, ethnicity, and jobs and unemployment. Goldwin's papers also reflect his involvement drafting occasional speeches for the President, his frequent contacts with prominent intellectuals nationwide, and his association with Donald Rumsfeld at NATO and the Defense Department. Other noteworthy subjects within the Goldwin Papers include the Cabinet and White House staff reorganization of November 1975, the Arab Boycott, crime, higher education, and presidential veto power.
12 linear feet (ca. 24,000 pages)
Robert A. Goldwin (accession numbers 92-10, 92-13).Mr. Goldwin donated an accretion of papers in 2004 (accessions 04-34 and 04-48).
Open. Some items are temporarily restricted under terms of the donor's deed of gift, a copy of which is available on request, or under National Archives and Records Administration general restrictions (36 CFR 1256).
Robert A. Goldwin donated to the United States of America his copyrights in all of his unpublished writings in National Archives collections. The copyrights to materials written by other individuals or organizations are presumed to remain with them. Works prepared by U.S. Government employees as part of their official duties are in the public domain.
Prepared by Leesa Tobin, November 1992; Revised by Brooke Clement, January 2005
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