MACDONALD, DONALD IAN: Files, 1987-1989 – REAGAN LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

 

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MACDONALD, DONALD IAN: Files, (1962-) 1987-1989

 

Special Assistant to the President for Drug Abuse Policy, and Director of the White House Drug Abuse Policy Office, 1987-1988

Deputy Assistant to the President, and Director of the Drug Abuse Policy Office, 1988-1989

 

Biography

Donald Ian Macdonald was born in New York City in 1931, to parents who had immigrated to the United States from Canada. He grew up in New York City and the Long Island community of Stony Brook. In 1952, he graduated from Williams College in western Massachusetts with a B.A. degree. After two years in the Army, he enrolled in Temple University School of Medicine, graduating with an M.D. degree in 1958. He then served an internship at Duval Medical Center in Jacksonville, Florida, and a four-year residency in pediatrics at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia. In 1963, he moved to the Tampa-St. Petersburg area and opened his first medical practice.

 

Macdonald took leadership roles in several professional organizations, such as the Florida Pediatric Society and the American Academy of Pediatrics. He also became heavily involved in the fight against drug abuse, especially among the young. From 1980 to 1984, he was President of the Scientific Advisory Board for the American Council for Drug Education. From 1980 to 1982 he served as Director of Clinical Research for Straight, Inc., a drug rehabilitation program for adolescents.

 

In 1984 Macdonald left his medical practice to become Administrator of the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration (ADAMHA), a unit of the Department of Health and Human Services. While leading ADAMHA, he also served as Acting Assistant Secretary for Health from December 1985 to July 1986.

 

In February 1987 Macdonald was appointed head of the White House Drug Abuse Policy Office (DAPO), with the additional responsibility of providing the Administration with advice on combating AIDS and the HIV virus. He also continued serving as Administrator of ADAMHA until June 1988. In August 1988, Macdonald was promoted from a White House Special Assistant to a Deputy Assistant. He remained on the White House staff until the end of the Reagan Administration.

 

After Macdonald left the White House, he developed the first formal training courses on interpreting the results of drug and alcohol testing programs. He founded Employee Health Programs (EHP), a company which contracts with other companies to perform employee drug test review and drug counseling. In 2004 he founded the Somerled Foundation (later renamed ChildAlive), a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting child and family health in poor countries. Macdonald currently lives in the Washington, DC area, where he remains involved with anti-drug abuse organizations.

 

Collection Description

 

This collection documents a wide range of efforts to combat drug abuse during the Reagan Administration. The Office of Drug Abuse Policy (DAPO) coordinated the development and implementation of Administration policy on drug abuse. It was involved in public outreach to constituent groups and the general public, including children and youth. The Office coordinated the anti-drug activities of federal, state, and local law enforcement organizations. DAPO advised the Administration on legislation and Executive Orders pertaining to drug abuse, and worked with Nancy Reagan and the Office of the First Lady in the fight against drug and alcohol abuse.

 

This collection also documents Macdonald’s responsibilities in the fight against AIDS and the HIV virus. Series V has the most material on this topic, but the other series have some as well.

 

The collection has two subject files, one of which (Series II) is smaller in size and scope than the other (Series III). It is not clear why Macdonald and his staff maintained these separate file sets. Nor is it clear why some folders and documents in his collection carry numeric or alphanumeric codes.

 

The Reagan Library staff arranged Macdonald’s collection in 1990 and again in 2013. The 1990 arrangement included many files that contained only work product from Macdonald’s predecessor, Dr. Carlton Turner. Most of these files were transferred to Turner’s collection during the 2013 rearrangement. Some material that predated Macdonald’s time on the White House staff was left in his collection because he clearly he used it in his work, including in his role as head of ADAMHA.

 

Series Descriptions

 

SERIES I: CHRONOLOGICAL FILE, 1988-1989. (0.3 l.ft., Box 1)

 

This series contains material relating to memos and correspondence from Macdonald’s time as a Deputy Assistant to the President (August 1988 to January 1989). The material includes letters and notes to people in the Government and private sector who helped with anti-drug and anti-HIV efforts, drafts of presidential speeches that were routed to Macdonald for comment or information, and proposals for presidential events. Other series in Macdonald’s collection contain additional correspondence, including material prior to August 1988.

 

SERIES II:  SUBJECT FILE, (1982-) 1987-1989. (1.8 l.ft., Boxes 1-6)

 

This series contains material relating to federal anti-drug strategy; the drafting of the Anti-Drug Act of 1988 and other legislation; proposed mandatory drug testing for federal employees; coordination of anti-drug abuse initiatives with professional associations, volunteer organizations, and private corporations; proposals for restructuring the federal agencies involved in drug abuse and mental health; and press releases and White House publications describing the Administration’s efforts to combat drug abuse. The series also includes material from the final meetings of the Oversight Working Group that had been established by Macdonald’s predecessor, Dr. Carlton Turner. See Series VI in Turner’s collection for additional material on the Oversight Working Group.

 

SERIES III:  DAPO SUBJECT FILE, 1980-1988. (5.1 l.ft, Boxes 7-19)

 

This series contains material relating to correspondence and publications involving anti-drug organizations; legislation pertaining to drugs, such as the National Drug Abuse Act of 1986 and the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988; the scheduling of Macdonald’s travel and public appearances (cf. Series VI of this collection); proposals for White House anti-drug events; meetings and background materials involving the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Domestic Policy Council, the Domestic Policy Council Working Group on Drug Abuse Policy, the National Drug Policy Board, the US Coast Guard, and other Administration groups involved in anti-drug policy; the implementation of Executive Order 12564, “Drug-Free Federal Workplace”; proposed mandatory drug testing for federal employees; Congressional involvement in anti-drug and drug testing policy; presidential remarks and White House press releases pertaining to anti-drug policy; the potential involvement of the US Armed Forces in combating drug smuggling; the training of Latin American law enforcement officers by US Government staff; historical background material on issues affecting anti-drug policy; newspaper and magazine articles pertaining to drug abuse, alcoholism, and AIDS; and speech drafts, OMB bill reports, and other materials that were routed to the entire White House senior staff for comment or information.

 

This series documents many of same topics as Series II (Subject File), but it is larger in size, and covers a broader date span. Several folders contain material predating Macdonald’s time in the Reagan White House, including records pertaining to his work as head of ADAMHA.

 

SERIES IV:  CORRESPONDENCE, 1986-1989. (0.9 l.ft., Boxes 19-21)

 

This series contains material relating to correspondence with White House staff, members of Congress, state and local government officials, and members of the public. There are schedule and event proposals for President and Mrs. Reagan, draft Presidential and First Lady speeches, draft talking points on anti-drug issues, unsolicited resumes, published materials on anti-drug efforts, and samples of some of the boilerplate letters used with Macdonald’s signature.

 

The series includes some outgoing letters from Carlton Turner, Richard Williams, and Andrew Card. Dr. Turner preceded Macdonald as head of the Drug Abuse Policy Office. Mr. Williams was an assistant to Turner and Macdonald, who handled drug abuse issues in the two-month period between Turner’s departure and Macdonald’s arrival. Mr. Card was in the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, so many of the letters to state and local government leaders carried his signature.

 

SERIES V: HIV FILE, (1985-) 1987-1988. (5.3 l.ft., Boxes 21-34)

 

This series contains material relating to the fight against the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Most material pertains to the recommendations of the Presidential Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic. President Reagan established this group in June 1987, with members drawn from pertinent fields such as public health, medicine, law, insurance, and education. The Commission was to make recommendations that would help prevent the spread of HIV, find a cure for AIDS, and care for those who already had AIDS. It submitted its final report to President Reagan in June 1988. After receiving the report, Reagan issued a statement giving Macdonald 30 days to present a course of action for implementing the report’s recommendations, along with the guidance in the OPM statement “AIDS in the Workplace.”

 

The series includes draft and final copies of the HIV Commission’s report, lists of the report’s recommendations, draft and final memos to the President regarding the report, discussion of the positions that the Administration should take on each report recommendation (including input from Macdonald, other White House staff, federal agencies, local government organizations, and professional medical associations), and draft talking points to use with the President. Some folder titles refer to federal agencies that were assigned to study particular Commission recommendations.

 

The series also contains some publications pertaining to HIV/AIDS; Domestic Policy Council reports and minutes pertaining to HIV/AIDS, from Macdonald’s time as head of ADAMHA; and material pertaining to the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988.

 

Other series in Macdonald’s collection contain scattered material pertaining to HIV/AIDS.

 

SERIES VI:  CONFERENCES, ADDRESSES, AND MEETINGS, 1987-1988 (1.3 l.ft., Boxes 34-37)

 

This series contains material relating to many of Macdonald’s meetings, travel, and speaking engagements, including some that were canceled. Most events date from October 1987 to June 1988. Some events involved Macdonald as head of ADAMHA, which others pertained to his White House role. There are trip and event proposals, correspondence with participating organizations, texts of speeches and talking points, conference materials such as schedules and brochures, and administrative materials such as travel forms. The events involved private sector organizations, Congressional committees, medical associations, and representatives of state and foreign governments.

 

Series II and III of Macdonald’s collection contain additional material pertaining to his scheduled events, including events held prior to October 1987 or after June 1988.

 

SERIES VII:  PERSONNEL FILE, 1983-1988. (0.2 l.ft., Boxes 37-38)

 

This series contains material relating to people who worked in the Drug Abuse Policy Office as detailees or consultants, or who sought Administration positions in the field of combating drug abuse. It includes material of an administrative nature, and copies of publications pertaining to anti-drug efforts. Some material predates Macdonald’s time in the Drug Abuse Policy Office.

 

SERIES VIII: PUBLICATIONS, (1962-) 1975-1988. (5.7 l.ft., Boxes 38-51)

 

This series contains material relating to articles, books, and other published items, most of which pertain to drug abuse issues. Sources include the U.S. government, state and local governments, foreign governments, and experts in the fields of drug abuse, health, medicine, and counseling. Many of the publications are from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, a unit within the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration.  The material is arranged alphabetically by author (person or office unit).

 

SERIES IX: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL

 

This series contains videotapes, audiotapes, and LP records. The Reagan Library has transferred all this material to its audiovisual collection. Please contact the Library audiovisual staff for more information.

 

CONTAINER LIST

 

SERIES I: CHRONOLOGICAL  FILE, 1988-1989.

Box 1

Macdonald Chron File September 1988 – November 1988 (1)-(5)

Macdonald Chron File November 1988 – January 1989 (1)-(6)

 

SERIES II: SUBJECT FILE, 1981-1988.

Box 1, cont.

[AIDS: White House Comments on: “Progress Report: 10-Point Action Plan to Fight the HIV Epidemic)”] (1)(2)

The American Dream (Lts. Brown and Williams) (1)-(3)

 

Box 2

The American Dream (Lts. Brown and Williams) (4)(5)

Beer Institute C1.029

Budget – Drug

Calendar of Anti-Drug Events [July 1988-November 1988]

Cartoons C1.035

Cartoons C1.035 [Mighty Mouse Controversy]

Certification of Drug Producing Countries [Wall Street Journal Article 05/04/1988]

Colorado [Christian Science Monitor Article 9/21/987]

Crusade for a Drug Free America (1)-(6)

Death Penalty C1.046

Department of Defense Facilities for Drug Treatment Programs

Department of Education – Drug Prevention in Higher Education 10/31/1988 (1)-(3)

DPC Working Group on Drug Abuse Policy C1.050

DPC Working Group [on Drug Abuse Policy] C1.052

DPC Working Group [on Drug Abuse Policy] – Correspondence C1.051

DPC Working Group [on Drug Abuse Policy] – Implementation Status Report 02/02/1987 C1.048

DPC Working Group [on Drug Abuse Policy] Members C1.053

 

Box 3

Drug Abuse Mailing (National)

Drug Budget

Drug Summit

Drug Testing: Federal (1)-(3)

[Drug Testing:] MRO (Medical Review Officers) Guide to Drug Testing

[Drug Testing – Urine] (1)(2)

Drugs in the Workplace at Transportation    

Elks (1)(2)

Executive Orders

Facilities Requests

Family Report (Domestic Policy Council) (1)(2)

Files – C.T. (Carlton Turner)

Food and Drug Administration [Activity Report, September 1988]

[Foster Grandparents]

Hearings

Hope for a Drug-Free America

International Drug Policy [Issue Brief 08/17/1988]

INM (International Narcotics Matters, Bureau of – Department of State)

Just Say No (1)-(2)

 

Box 4

Legislation – Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988 (1)-(14)

Legislative Task Force (1)(2)

Lewin report (1)-(3)

 

Box 5

[Lewin Report Volume I] Examination of the Advisability and Feasibility of Restructuring Federal Alcoholism,

 Drug Abuse, and Mutual Health Activities January 1988

[Lewin Report] Options for the Organization of the Alcohol, Drug Abuse and

          Mental Health Administration, DHHS February 1988

Media Commission

National Institute of Justice (Statistics Filed under “Statistics”) (empty)

National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee (NNICC) 05/02/1988

New Jersey

OJJDP – Juvenile Justice – DOJ (Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Department of Justice) (1)-(4)

Office of Workplace Initiative C1.071

Oversight Working Group November 1986 – March 1987 (1)-(5)

U.S. Border Patrol (Drug Reduction) (1)(2)

 

Box 6

U.S. Border Patrol (Drug Reduction) (3)(4)

Veterans Administration (1)-(8)

White House Conference for a Drug-Free America (1)-(7)

White House Counsel Decisions

 

SERIES III: DAPO SUBJECT FILE, 1980-1988.

Box 7

AIDS/ARC (American Red Cross) 05/07/1987 (1)(2)

AIDS Symposium 09/19/1987

Adjutants General Wives 02/01/1988 [Executive Working Group for Federal-State-Local Relations]

[Alaskans for Drug Free Youth] (1)-(3)

ADPA Sunday 09/20/1987, Clarion Hotel, St. Louis (Alcohol and Drug Problems Association) (1)(2)

Alcohol Planning Meeting 05/26/1987 (1)(2)

          Alfieri, Dennis V. 669

          American Correctional Association – New Orleans 08/03/1987

          American Council for Drug Education 10/15/1987 (1)-(3)

          AMA 07/08/1987

          APA May 1987 (American Psychiatric Association) (1)(2)

 

          Box 8

          APHA 01/20/1987 Cancelled (American Public Health Association)

          [Annual Report of the Drug Abuse Policy Office, 1980]

          Anti-Drug Abuse Budget 1987 – Working Papers

          Association of Halfway Houses Alcohol Programs

ALMACA 10/05/1987 (Association of Labor-Management Administrators and Consultants on Alcoholism, Inc.)

          ALMACA 10/04/1987

          ALMACA Membership Directory, 1988-1989

AMERSA 11/10/1987-11/13/1987 (Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse)

Baylor University Dallas, TX 03/10/1987

          Be Smart – Don’t Start 04/22/1987

          “Be Smart! Don’t Start – Just Say No” Campaign, 03/22/1987

          Booby Trap Photos

          Marianne Harding Burgoyne 11/13/1987

          Burke Meeting 11/27/1987-11/30/1987

          Business Council Homestead 10/09/1987 (1)(2)

          Canadian Minister of Health Jacob Epp 01/30/1987 1:00 pm

          Caucus ‘88 Topeka, Kansas 02/09/1988 – Cancelled

          Coast Guard – Miami 09/09/1987

          Coast Guard 09/22/1987

          Committee on Interdiction 09/29/1987 (1)(2)

 

          Box 9

          Committee on Interdiction 09/29/1987 (3)-(8)

          Country Music Association

          Courtemanche Staff Meeting 08/05/1987

          Sen. D’Amato Reception 11/18/1987

          [Dawson, Gene]

          Delphi 03/12/1987

          Delphi Research Associates 03/12/1987

          Demand Reduction Coordinator’s Resource Guide Part 1 of 2 (1)-(5)

          Demand Reduction Coordinator’s Resource Guide Part 2 of 2 (1)-(3)

 

          Box 10

          Demand Reduction Coordinator’s Resource Guide Part 2 of 2 (4)(5)

          DOJ (Department of Justice) (1)(2)

          Judge Deume 10/20/1987

          DPC (1)(2)

          DPC Meeting -- HIV Report (1)-(3)

          DPC Working Group (1)(2)

          DEA 03/11/1987 Cancelled

          DEA – New York, New York 04/30/1987

          Drug-Free Public Housing Conference May 1987

          Drug Testing 11/24/1987 (1)(2)

          Drug Testing Program Meeting 04/17/1987

          [Drugs] 1988 Election Quotes / Drugs

          The Family Manual and State Officials, Charleston, SC 01/29/1988

          First Christian Church 01/25/1988

          FMA (Florida Medical Association) 03/25/1987        

IOM (Institute of Medicine) Annual Meeting 10/21/1987

 

Box 11

ICG (Interagency Coordinating Group) Conference Charlottesville (Mike Walsh) 09/14/1987 (1)(2)

          [Interagency Low Income Opportunity Advisory Board]

          International (1)(2)

          INM Guatemala

          Just Say No to Drugs Week 05/17/1987-05/23/1987

          1987 Law Enforcement Strategy (1)-(4)

          Malcolm Lawrence, Education Analyst

          Lehman Lunch 03/12/1987

          List of Possible Drug Symptoms

          Listen Magazine June 1987

          [Macdonald – Boston Trip 05/06/1987]

          McClean Hospital – Cocaine Symposium 11/13/1987 Cancelled

          Media Briefing (Post State of the Union) 01/27/1988 (1)(2)

          Media Executive Briefing (1)-(3)

          “Methods for the Eradication of Illicit Narcotic Crops” Geneva Report July 1979 (1)(2)

          Millbank  07/08/1987

Miscellaneous [AIDS Program / Budget Planning Meeting 03/23/1987-03/24/1987] (1)-(3)

 

Box 12

Miscellaneous [Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1986 – Coordination of Implementation] (1)(2)

Miscellaneous 3843 (1)-(16)

 

Box 13

Miscellaneous 3844 (1)-(12)

          Miscellaneous [Presidential Remarks] 4308 (1)-(5)

 

          Box 14

          Miscellaneous [Presidential Remarks] 4308 (6)(7)

          Narc Officer 09/15/1987

          (National Advisory Council on Women’s Educational Programs) NACWEP Room 476 OEOB 11/18/1987 3:00 pm

          (National Alliance for the Mentally Ill) NAMI Washington, DC  09/18/1987

          (National Association of Addictive Treatment Providers) NAATP 05/14/1987

          (National Association of Broadcasters) NAB 03/11/1987

          (National Association for Children of Alcoholics) NACOA 01/28/1988 (1)(2)

          (National Conference on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism) NCAAA Washington Hilton  11/11/1987

          National Conference of Lieutenant Governors – Roosevelt Room 04/10/1987

          National Drug Enforcement Policy Board (1)-(9)

 

          Box 15

          (National Drug Policy Board) NDPB Chron 03/23/1987-07/30/1987 2605 (1)-(10)

(National Drug Policy Board) NDPB Chron 08/01/1987-09/17/1987 [04/05/1988] 2604 (1)-(8)

          (National Drug Policy Board) NDPB File (1)(2)

 

          Box 16

          (National Drug Policy Board) NDPB File (3)-(12)

          (National Federation of Parents) NFP Training Seminar Washington, D.C. 09/22/1987

          (National Governors Association) NGA 02/22/1987

          National Institute of Justice

          (National Narcotics Border Interdiction System) NNBIS 05/03/1987 (1)(2)

          National Urban Coalition 05/20/1987 (1)(2)

          National Wholesale Druggists Association 04/08/1987

          David O'Neal 01/27/1988

          [Nixon Administration] Campaign Against Drug Use – Certificates of Appreciation

          Parents Music Resource Center Watergate 10/26/1987

          Pharmacy Times (Articles) (1)(2)

 

          Box 17

          Pharmacy Times (Articles) (3)

          Philip, P.P.  11/13/1987

          Posse Comitatus – Historical Reference – Williams (1)-(10)

          President’s Commission on Executive Exchange 04/15/1987

          Prevention Task Force 02/20/1987

          PRIDE Concept Paper

          Project Solution

          Raleigh and Company (Inner Circle Group)

          Rangel Hearing (1)-(6)

 

Box 18

          Rangel Hearing (7)

          Reducing Crime by Reducing Drug Abuse June 1988 (1)-(4)

          Republican National Committee

          Sample – Events (1)(2)

          Sandler, Dr. Kenneth

          Mel Sembler 02/19/1983 [Through 1987] (1)-(3)

          Senate Comments (1)-(6)

          [S. 2889: To Amend the Public Health Service Act]

          Sowers, Bill 01/13/1987 2:00 pm

 

          Box 19

Staffing Comments Ian Macdonald DAPO September 1988 – January 1989 (1)-(7)

          Stephens – Sage Analytors July 1987

          Stony Brook 06/05/1987

          TARGET Board Meeting New York, NY 10/01/1987

          (United Nations Association) UNA 04/03/1987

          [The U.S. Coast Guard]

          U.S. Conference of Mayors 05/25/1988 (1)(2)

          U.S. Customs Service

          CI.090 USIA WORLDNET with Brazil 11/04/1987 1015

          CI.090 USIA WORLDNET Bogata – with Bennett, Schuster 11/18/1987 – 11:30 am

          US/USSR Joint Committee [for Health Cooperation] VIII 04/13/1987-04/17/1987 (1)(2)

          (United States Information Agency) USIA 09/16/1987

Vienna, Austria June 1987 [International Conference on Drug Abuse and Drug Trafficking] (1)(2)

          Walters, John DEd (Department of Education)

          Williams College 03/25/1987

          Winston Salem Foundation

          Young, Warren 08/24/1987 [Boy Scouts of America]

 

          SERIES IV: CORRESPONDENCE, 1986-1988.

          Box 19, cont.

          Correspondence 09/16/1986-06/17/1987 (1)(2)

 

          Box 20

          Correspondence 09/16/1986-06/17/1987 (3-(6)

          Miscellaneous Correspondence

          Williams Correspondence [AIDS Duplicates]

          Miscellaneous Correspondence Williams/DAPO

          Correspondence – East Wing (1)-(10)

          West Wing Correspondence Drug Policy March 1987-September 1987 (1)-(3)

 

          Box 21

          West Wing Correspondence Drug Policy March 1987-September 1987 (4)-(7)

          West Wing Correspondence Drug Policy September 1987-November 1988 (1)-(7)     

 

          SERIES V: HIV FILE, (1985-) 1987-1988.

Box  21, cont.

AIDS: Agency Responses

AIDS: Chairman’s Recommendations Cl.105 (1)(2)  

AIDS Commission Report June 1988

AIDS Commission Report 06/10/1988 (1)-(3)

 

Box 22

AIDS Commission Report 06/10/1988 (4)-(8)

AIDS: Fact Sheet and Statement to the President

AIDS: Recommendations to President (1)-(6)

AIDS – Macdonald December 1988 [Updates on Agency Progress] (1)-(6)

          AIDS Material – General (1)

         

          Box 23

AIDS Material – General (2)-(3)

AIDS: Statement by President re Macdonald

          ACTION

          Agency for International Development

          American Psychiatric Association 07/20/1988 (1)(2)

          Background Papers

          Defense Department (1)-(3)

          Department of Education (1)(2)

          DOJ (Department of Justice)

          Department of Transportation

          Department of the Treasury

          Directives for Agencies – Drafts

          Drafts from Disk I – Grossman (1)-(4)

Drafts from Disk II, Grossman 910 (1)

 

Box 24

Drafts from Disk II, Grossman 910 (2)(3)

          Drug Bill 1988 (1)-(3)

          EPA 808

          HHS Comments

          HHS 1 828 (1)(2)

          HHS 2 827

          HHS 3 826 (1)-(3)

          HHS 4A 823 (1)-(5)

          HHS 4B 825 (1)-(4)

 

Box 25

          HHS 5 824

          HHS 6 822

          HHS 7 821 (1)(2)

          HHS 8 819 (1)-(3)

          HHS 9 820 (1)-(3)

          (HCFA) HHS 10 817 (1)(2)

          HHS 11 818

          HHS 12 816

          HUD 803

          HIV (1)-(5)

 

          Box 26

          HIV Commission (1)-(13)

          HIV Commission – December Update (597) 4100 (1)-(6)

 

          Box 27

          HIV Commission – December Update (597) 4100 (7)-(13)

          [Annotated Working Copy of the HIV Commission Report] (1)-(5)

          [Combined Federal/Non-Federal HIV Responses – Annotated] (1)-(4)

 

          Box 28

          [Combined Federal/Non-Federal HIV Responses – Annotated] (5)-(11)

          Dr. Mac’s Book 3 [HIV Commission Responses] (1)-(9)

HIV Federal Responses (1)

 

          Box 29

HIV Federal Responses (2)-(9)

          HIV Miscellaneous [Notes, Articles]

          HIV Non-Federal Responses (1)-(8)

         

          Box 30

HIV Non-Federal Responses (9)-(17)

          HIV Responses [Combined Responses] (1)-(9)

 

          Box 31

          HIV Responses [Combined Responses] (10)-(12)

          Labor Department

Telephone Log

          [Notes]

          [Commission Recommendations – Draft] (1)(2)

          [HIV – Miscellaneous] (1)-(3)

          Miscellaneous Notes – Grossman 837

          National AIDS Network – July 1988 903 (1)-(3)

          NASW (National Association of Social Workers), July 1988 901 (1)-(3)

          OMB 813

 

          Box 32

          OPM 810

          Presidential Memo 07/25/1988 – Draft and Clearance Comments 835 (1)-(4)

          Presidential Memo 07/27/1988 – Draft and Clearance Comments 836 (1)-(4)

          Presidential Memo and Policy Paper – Assorted Drafts through 07/25/1988 am 834 (1)-(6)

          Press Materials 829

          Recommendations with Federal Responsibility – Completed/Ongoing/Planned 908

                   (1)(2)

 

          Box 33

          Recommendations with Federal Responsibility – Completed/Ongoing/Planned 908

                   (3)(4)

          Recommendations with Federal Responsibility – Disagree 07/14/1988 905

          Recommendations with Federal Responsibility – Under Consideration 07/14/1988

907 (1)-(3)

          Recommendations with non-Federal Responsibility 906 (1)-(4)

          Recommendations with non-Federal Responsibility [Disagree] 906

          Responses to Recommendations 07/14/1988 911 (1)-(6)

 

          Box 34

          Responses to Recommendations 07/14/1988 911 (7)-(13)

          Robert Wood Johnson Foundation July 1988 [1987 Annual Report] 904

          Top 20 [Recommendations] – Info 833 (1)(2)

          U.S. Chamber of Commerce 804

          Veterans Administration 814

          The White House – Kae Rairden 811

 

          SERIES VI: CONFERENCES, ADDRESSES AND MEETINGS, 1987-1988.

          Box 34, cont.

          American Association for Advancement of Science – Boston 02/12/1987 (1)-(3)

AMSAODD, (American Medical Society on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependencies) 2nd National AIDS and Chemical

Dependency Forum 02/19/1988, Phoenix, Arizona (1)(2)

          Wingspread Conference Racine, WI 02/22/1987

          (Bureau of National Affairs) BNA March 1987

 

          Box 35

          Shirley – WTOP 1027 [March 1987]

          Defense Intelligence Agency 06/02/1987

          [President’s Citation Award – Private Sector Initiatives, 07/22/1987]

          HHS Management Seminar 10/13/1987

          Brookings Institution 10/21/1987

          (American Association of Pediatrics) AAP / Rhode Island 10/23/1987

          (World Health Organization) WHO 10/26/1987 (1)(2)

          Foreign Officials Drug Prevention (USIA/T. Lierman) 10/28/1987 8:30-9:30, 220 EOB

          (American Nurses Association) ANA 10/29/1987

          Hearing – Biden Hearing 12/02/1987

(American Medical Society on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependencies) AMSAODD 12/05/1987

          Foreign Service Institute 01/06/1988

          Nashville 01/07/1988 [Country Music Association]

(American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training) AADPRT New Orleans, LA 01/13/1988

ALC and Drug Abuse Prevention: A Briefing for Grantmakers – New York, NY 01/19/1988

          General Andrade 01/20/1988

          Kusserow Meeting 01/20/1988

          Executive Working Group 263 Hall of States 02/04/1988

          Jesse Epps 02/05/1988

American Group Psycho-Therapy Association Annual Conference New York, NY 02/10/1988

          Carter Center 02/16/1988 (1)(2)

          (National Drug Policy Board) NDPB Enforcement 02/17/1988

          US Attorneys Conference San Diego, CA 02/23/1988

          IOM Dinner Talk – Substance Abuse Treatment Coverage 02/24/1988

          Washington Conference 02/24/1988 Cancelled

          Gordon Grimm 02/25/1988

          National Asian-American Conference on Substance Abuse Prevention Washington, DC

02/25/1988

         

          Box 36

Service Organization 02/26/1988

          Video Teleconference Chicago, IL 03/02/1988

          Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 3/08/1988 (1)(2)

(National Narcotics Border Interdiction System) NNBIS Regional Coordinators 03/22/1988 (1)(2)

          Domestic Policy Council AIDS 03/23/1988 (1)(2)

          Florida Medical Association Congressional Dinner 03/23/1988

          Dr. Lowenstein United Kingdom 03/24/1988

          Society for Adolescent Medicine New York, New York 03/26/1988

          (National Drug Policy Board) NDPB 03/28/1988 (empty)

          PRIDE April 1988

          Alan Wood, Principal Newman High School 04/05/1988

          Latin America 04/06/1988

          Bahamas 04/08/1988

          (American Association of Pediatrics) AAP Legislative Conference  04/12/1988

          (American Association of Pediatrics) AAP Dinner 04/14/1988

          National Conference of Dually Diagnosed Young Adult Patients 04/18/1988 (1)-(3)

          Beyond Drug Testing: The Mission to Help – OPM Conference Grand Hyatt,

                   Washington, DC  04/19/1988 (1)(2)

 

          Box 37

          Beyond Drug Testing: The Mission to Help – OPM Conference Grand Hyatt,

                   Washington, D.C.  04/19/1988 (3)-(5)

          J. Hartz 04/20/1988 [National Conference on Alcoholism]

          A/D HEALTHCOMP Inc.  04/21/1988

(American Medical Society on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependencies, Inc.) AMSAODD Medical –

Scientific Conference Washington D.C.  04/21/1988-04/24/1988

          DEA – Graduation 04/22/1988    

          (American Public Health Association) APHA 04/25/1988    

          TARGET 05/02/1988

          National Institute of Justice Drugs and Crime in America 05/04/1988

          USIA WORLDNET Venezuela 05/04/1988

          APA – Montreal 05/06/1988-05/12/1988 – Did Not Attend

          Project CENTRL – For Rural Leadership 05/11/1988

          Department of Education Schools without Drugs Program 05/12/1988 – They Cancelled

          Thorne Butler – College of American Pathologists 05/12/1988

          Meridian House International – Latin American Visitors 05/13/1988

          Sacramento Chamber of Commerce 05/17/1988

          USIA/VOA 05/18/1988

          American Medical Writers Association 05/19/1988

          Commissioner Alan Nelson [Immigration and Naturalization Service] 05/20/1988 (1)(2)

          USPHS (US Public Health Service) Annual Meeting Scottsdale, Arizona 05/24/1988

          Mack Hicks 05/27/1988

          Roger Chapin 06/06/1988

          Washington Journalism Center Watergate Hotel – Washington DC  06/07/1988

          Hoffman-LaRoche 06/09/1988

          New York City: Bishops [AME Church] 06/10/1988

          Flag Officers Meeting 06/15/1988 – Cancelled

          YMCA – Boston 06/20/1988

          Brookings Institution 06/22/1988

          Anthony Bruno 06/22/1988

          NNBIS 6/22/1988 – Cancelled (National Narcotics Border Interdiction System)

          Washington Workshop Foundation 06/23/1988

          Eureka College 06/30/1988

 

          SERIES VII: PERSONNEL FILE, 1983-1988.

          Box 37, cont.

          Colgan – Personnel File (1)(2)

         

          Box 38

          Colgan – Personnel File (3)-(7)

[Stephen Jacobs] (1)(2)

          [Stephen] Jacobs File (1)-(5)

          Donna Knight 07/16/1985 2:00 pm

         

          SERIES VIII: PUBLICATIONS, 1975-1988.

          Box 38, cont.

          American Council for Drug Education, Pamphlets, 1986-1987

Andreopoulos, Spyros, Ed., National Health Insurance: Can We Learn from Canada?, 1975

Anti Dadah Task Force, Malaysia, “Drug Abuse and Its Prevention in the Workplace: the Role of the Employer, August 1987

          Anti Dadah Task Force, Malaysia, “Narcotics Report 1987,” n.d.

          Anti Dadah Task Force, Malaysia, “Strategies,” January 1986

Anti Narcotics Task Force, Malaysia, “Chronology of Anti Narcotics (Dadah) Measures in Malaysia,” n.d.

Anti Narcotics Task Force, Malaysia, “Inhalant Abuse: Guide for Health and Welfare Officers,” January 1986

Anti Narcotics Task Force, Malaysia, “Inhalant Abuse: Guide for Teachers,” January 1986

          Anti Narcotics Task Force, Malaysia, “Issues in Drug Abuse Control Relevant to Research and Evaluation”:

Presented to the First Meeting of the Steering Committee on Drug Abuse Research, 11/23/1987

The Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, “State Public Health Agencies 1986 Directory,” 1986

 

Box 39

          Atlanta Medicine: Bulletin of the Medical Association of Atlanta, May 1979

Attorney General John van de Kamp’s Commission on the Prevention of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, “Final Report,” May 1986

Attridge, Rev. Terry, A Call to Action: Youth Alcohol and Other Drugs: A Community Approach, n.d.

          Bach, Julie S., Ed.  Drug Abuse: Opposing Viewpoints, 1988

Bezold, Clement, Ed. Pharmaceuticals in the Year 2000: the Changing Context of Drug R&D, 1983 (book transferred to Book Collection)

Centers for Disease Control, “Morbity and Mortality Weekly Report” Vol. 34, No. 133

Domestic Policy Council, Working Group on Drug Abuse Policy, Working

Papers: Implementation of The President’s Fall 1986 Initiatives against the Use of Illegal Drugs, 02/28/1987

Foreign Broadcast Information Service, JPRS [Joint Publications Research Service]: Narcotics, 07/29/1987

          Gertner, Barry C.  Our Community Solution: the Culture-Based Approach for the Prevention of Alcohol

and Drug Abuse Among Youth (School Application), 1986

Gerner, Barry C., Our Community Solution: The Culture-Based Approach for the Prevention, Cultural Remediation,

and Treatment of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Problems, (Introduction and Background Statement), 1986

          Gertner, Barry C. A Comprehensive Culture-Based Approach for Prevention and

                   Remediation of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Problems, 1986

Gertner, Barry C. Lifegain: The Culture-Based Approach for the Treatment of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Problems , 1986

Crime Prevention Center, Office of Attorney General John van de Kamp: Schools and Drugs: A Guide to Drug and

Alcohol Abuse Prevention Curricula and Programs, November 1987

          Current World Leaders, Volume 30, No. 6, September 1987

 

Box 40

          Development Associates, “Final Report: Asia Regional Narcotics Survey,” May 1987

          Drug Abuse Council, The Facts about Drug Abuse, 1980

Office of Drug Abuse Policy, “Border Management and Interdiction: An Interagency Review,  September 1977

Drug Abuse Policy Office, “Federal Strategy for Prevention of Drug Abuse and Drug Trafficking 1982,” n.d.

Drug Abuse Policy Office, “1984 National Strategy for Prevention of Drug Abuse and Drug Trafficking,” n.d.

          Drug Abuse Update, No. 25, June 1988

          Drug Abuse Update, No. 26, September 1988

          “Drug Prevention Messages,” n.d.

          “Drug Traffic: The Colombian Battle and U.S. Cooperation” n.d.

Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation Division, Ministry of Home Affairs, Malaysia, “A Treatment and Rehabilitation Programme for Drug Dependants,” n.d.

          Engs, Ruth C., Responsible Drug and Alcohol Use, 1979

 

          Box 41

          Gabler, Mel and Norma,  What Are They Teaching Our Children?, 1985

          Hart, Roy Hanu,  Bitter Grass: The Cruel Truth about Marijuana, 1980

          “Help Us Keep Malaysia Drug Free” n.d.

Huberty, Robert and Teasley, Kevin D., Eds. The Annual Guide to Public Policy Experts: 1988, 1988

          Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Vol. 5, No.2, 1988

          Kaiser, Lloyd,  The Chemical People Book, n.d.

          Keating, Kathleen, The Hug Therapy Book, 1983

          Leepson, Marc, “Marijuana Update,” Editorial Research Reports, 02/12/1982

          Malaysian Medical Association, “Guidelines on Drug Abuse,” April 1985

          Mann, Peggy, Arrive Alive: How to Keep Drunk and Drugged Drivers Off the Road, 1983

 

          Box 42

          Mann, Peggy, Arrive Alive: How to Keep Drunk and Drugged Drivers Off the Road, 1985

          Mann, Peggy, Pot Safari: A Visit to the Top Marijuana Researchers in the U.S., 1982

          Matroeni, Giuseppe, Educacione Contro Droga, 1985      

Ministry of Health and Welfare, Japan, “A Brief Account of Drug Abuse and Counter-Measures in Japan” 1987

The Mitre Corporation, Cannabis Eradication in Foreign Western Hemisphere Nations: Final Programmatic

Environmental Impact Statement of the Effects in the United States, November 1982

          The National Conference on the Participation of Parents in Dadah Prevention, “Addiction: What Can

We Do to Protect Our Children?,n.d.

          National Narcotics Border Interdiction System Review Group, “National Narcotics Border Interdiction

System Intelligence Evaluation Report,” January 1988

National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee, “An Evaluation of the Methodologies for Producing

Narcotics Intelligence Estimates,” August 1983

National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee, “An Evaluation of the Methodologies for Producing

Narcotics Intelligence Estimates,” August 1983 4403 (annotated copy)

          National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee,  Narcotics Intelligence

                   Estimate, 1983” n.d.

          National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee,  Narcotics Intelligence

                   Estimate, 1984” n.d.

National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee (NNICC), “The NNICC Report 1985 -1986:

The Supply of Illicit Drugs to the United States from Foreign and Domestic Sources in 1985 and 1986 (with

Near Term Projections), June 1987

 

Box 43

          The National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee (NNICC), “The NNICC Report 1987: The Supply

of Illicit Drugs to the United States,” April 1988

The National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee, “The Supply of Drugs to the U.S. Illicit Market from

Foreign and Domestic Sources in 1979 (With Projections for 1980-1983),” n.d.

The National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee, “The Supply of Drugs to the U.S. Illicit Market from

Foreign and Domestic Sources in 1980 (With Projections through 1984),” n.d.

The National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee, “The Supply of Drugs to the U.S. Illicit Market from

Foreign and Domestic Sources in 1982 (With Projections through 1983),” n.d.

National Police Agency of Japan, Comprehensive Strategies for Drug Control in Japan, 1987

National Productivity Advisory Committee, “Restoring Productivity Growth in America: A Challenge for the 1980s,”

December 1983

National Research Council, “An Analysis of Marijuana Policy,” 1982

          National School Boards Association, “Alcohol and Drugs in the Public Schools: Implications for School Leaders,” April 1988

          O’Connell, Kathleen R., End of the Line: Quitting Cocaine, 1985

Petersen, David M., Frank J. Whittington, and Barbara P. Payne, eds.  Drugs and the Elderly: Social and

Pharmacological Issues, 1979

          Pharmacy Times, March 1987

Polich, J. Michael, Phyllis L. Ellickson, Peter Reuter, and James P Kahan,  Strategies for Controlling

Adolescent Drug Use, February 1984

“Preliminary Planning: White House Conference for a Drug-Free America” 05/21/1987

 

Box 44

The Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving, “An Interim Report to the Nation,” 12/13/1982

          Schroeder, Bob,  Help Kids Say No to Drugs and Drinking: A Practical Prevention Guide for Parents, 1987

          Scott, Sharon, PPR: Peer Pressure Reversal, 1985

          Strack, Jay,  Drugs and Drinking: What Every Teen and Parent Should Know, 1985

The Strategy Council on Drug Abuse, “Federal Strategy for Drug Abuse and Drug Traffic Prevention 1979,” n.d.

Towers, Richard L. , How Schools Can Help Combat Student Drug And Alcohol Abuse, 1987

U.S. Congress, House, 99th Congress, 2nd Session, H.R. 5484 [Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1986]

          U.S. Congress, House, Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Crime, Drug

Enforcement Policies: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Crime, 97th Congress, 1st session, 12/10/1981

          U.S. Congress, House, Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control,  Annual Report For the Year

1983 of the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, 98th Congress, 1st Session, 02/14/1984

 

Box 45

          U.S. Congress, House, Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, Domestic

                   Cultivation of Marihuana: Hearing before the Select Committee on Narcotics

                   Abuse and Control, 98th Congress, 1st Session, 07/22/1983-07/23/1983

U.S. Congress, House, Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, Efficacy of the Federal

Drug Abuse Control Strategy: State and Local Perspectives, 98th Congress, 1st Session, 1984

U.S. Congress, House, Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, International Narcotics Policy:

Hearing Before the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, 98th Congress, 1st Session, 06/22/1983

U.S. Congress, House, Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control,  Trafficking and Abuse of

Narcotics in the Northeast United States: Hearing before the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse

and Control, 98th Congress, 1st Session, 06/20/1983

U.S. Congress, House, Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control,  The Use of Paraquat to Eradicate

Illicit Marihuana Crops and the Health Implications of Paraquat Contaminated Marihuana on the

U.S. Market, 96th Congress, 2nd session, 1980

U.S. Congress, Senate, Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee to Investigate the

          Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws,

          Marijuana and the Question of Personnel Security, 94th Congress, 1st Session, February 1975

U.S. Congress, Senate, Committee on Labor and Human Resources, Subcommittee on Alcoholism and

Drug Abuse, Impact of Drugs on Crime, 1984: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Alcoholism

and Drug Abuse, 98th Congress , 2nd Session, 05/10/1984

U.S. Congress, Senate, Omnibus Defense Authorization Act, 1985, 98th Congress, 2nd

          Session, 05/31/1984

U.S. Department of Education, Office of Education Research and Improvement, “Drug Prevention Curricula:

A Guide to Selection and Implementation” 1988

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “Community Epidemiology Work Group Proceedings,

June 1986, Volume I: Drug Abuse Indicator Trends” 4401

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “Disease Prevention/Health Promotion: The Facts,” 1988

 

Box 46

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Community Epidemiology Health Group, “Epidemiology

of Drug Abuse: Research Clinical and Social Perspectives,” December 1985 4402

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “Fifth Special Report to the U.S. Congress on Alcohol

and Health from the Secretary of Health and Human Services,” December 1983

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse Services Research

Report, “Acute Drug Reactions in a Hospital Emergency Room,” 1979

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse,

“Annual Data 1985: Data from the Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN)”

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse,

“Beyond the Three R’s – Training Teachers for Affective Education,” 1975

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse,

“Demographic Characteristics and Patterns of Drug Use of Clients Admitted to

Drug Abuse Treatment Programs in Selected States: Annual Data 1983,” 1986

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse,

“Demographic Characteristics and Patterns of Drug Use of Clients Admitted to

Drug Abuse Treatment Programs in Selected States: Annual Data 1984,” 1987

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse, “Demographic

Characteristics and Patterns of Drug Use of Clients Admitted to Drug Abuse Treatment

Programs in Selected States: Annual Data 1985,” n.d.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse, 

“Demographic Trends and Drug Abuse, 1980-1995,” Research Monograph Series 35, May 1981

          U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse,

                   “Doing Drug Education: The Role of the School Teacher,” 1975, 1980

          U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse,

                   “Drugs and Crime,” Research Issues 17, December 1976

         

          Box 47

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse,

“Drugs and the Family” Research Issues 29, [1981]

          U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse,

                   “For Parents Only: What You Should Know About Marijuana,” 1980

          U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse,

                   “Guide to Drug Abuse Research Terminology,” Research Issues 26, 1982

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse,

“Let’s Talk About Drug Abuse,” 1979

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse,

Measurement in the Analysis and Treatment of Smoking Behavior,” Research Issues 48, 1983

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse, “National

Trends in Drug Use and Related Factors Among American High School Students and Young

Adults, 1975-1986,” 1987

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse, “Perspectives

on the History of Psychoactive Substance Use,” Research Issues 24, 1978

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse, “Police Referral

to Drug Treatment: Risks and Benefits,” 1981

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse, “Provisional Data

January 1982–March 1982: Data from the Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN),” Series G, Number 10, 1982

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse, “Provisional Data

April 1982-June 1982: Data from the Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN),” Series G, Number 11, 1982

          U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse, 

“Semiannual Report Trend Data through July 1985 – December 1985: Data from the

Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN),” Series G, Number 17, 1986 4400

         

          Box 48

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse,

“Teen Involvement for Drug Abuse Prevention: Administrator’s Guide,” 1978

          U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse,

                   “Treatment Services for Drug Dependent Women,” Volume I, 1981

          U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse, “Trends in

Demographic Characteristics and Patterns of Drug Use of Clients Admitted to Drug

Abuse Treatment Programs for Cocaine Abuse in Selected States: Cocaine Client Admissions 1979-1984,” 1987

          U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Drug Abuse,

“Trends in Drug Abuse Related Hospital Emergency Room Episodes and Medical

Examiner Cases for Selected Drugs: DAWN 1976-1985”, Series H, Number 3, n.d.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “Promoting Health/Preventing Disease, Public

Health Service Implementation Plans for Attaining the Objectives for the Nation,” Public

Health Reports, Supplement to the September1983 – October 1983 Issue

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “Sixth Special Report to the U.S. Congress on Alcohol

and Health from  the Secretary of Health and Human Services,” Preprint Copy, n.d.

 

Box 49

U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, National Institute on Drug Abuse, “Use  and Abuse

of Amphetamine and Its Substitutes,” Research Issues 25, n.d.

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, “Final Environmental Impact Statement:

Cannabis Eradication on Non-Federal and Indian Lands in the Contiguous United States and Hawaii,” May 1986

 

Box 50

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, “Final Environmental Impact

Statement on the Eradication of Cannabis on Federal Lands in the Continental United States,” July 1985 4207

U.S. Department of Justice, “Report on Drug Control: Bureau of Justice Assistance,” n.d.

U.S. Department of State, “The 72-Hour Document: The Sandinista Blueprint for

          Constructing Communism in Nicaragua: A Translation,” February 1986

          U.S. Department of the Treasury, Customs Service, “U.S./Mexican Border Drug

                    Threat Assessment, Part II,” 07/17/1986

U.S. General Accounting Office, “Report to the Congress by the Comptroller General of the

United States: Gains Made In Controlling Illegal Drugs, Yet the Drug Trade Flourishes,” 10/25/1979

          The U.S. Journal of Drug and Alcohol Dependence, December 1987

          Utah Holiday, December 1987

          Voth, Harold M., and Hahas, Gabriel G.  How to Save your Child From Drugs, 1987

 

          Box 51

          The White House Conference on Small Business, “A Report to the President of the

                   United States,” November 1986

The White House, “New Directions in International Health Cooperation: A Report to the

President of the United States,” Spring 1978

The White House, “Progress Report of an Ad Hoc Panel on Drug Abuse,” 09/07/1962

Winfield, Dave, with Eric Swensen. Turn It Around! There’s No Room Here for Drugs, 1987

Willette, Robert E. and J. Michael Walsh, Eds. “Drugs, Driving, and Traffic Safety,” 1983

Working Group on Drug Abuse Policy, “Report of the Working Group on Drug Abuse Policy

to the Domestic Policy Council” 09/11/1986

          Working Group on Drug Abuse Policy, “Working Papers: Implementation of the

                   President’s Fall 1986 Initiatives Against the Use of Illegal Drugs” 02/28/1987

World Health Organization, “Drug Dependence and Alcohol-Related Problems: A Manual for

Community Health Workers with Guidelines for Trainers,” 1986

         

SERIES IX: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL

(The material in this series has been moved to the Reagan Library audiovisual collection for storage)