McINTOSH, DAVID M.: Files, 1987-1988 – REAGAN LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

 

This collection is available in whole for research use. Some folders may still have withdrawn material due to Freedom of Information Act restrictions. Most frequent withdrawn material is national security classified material, personal privacy, protection of the President, etc.

 

McINTOSH, DAVID M.: Files, 1987-1988 (5.2 l. ft., Boxes 1-14)

 

Office of Domestic Affairs, 1987-1988

 

David McIntosh was born in Oakland, California, but was raised in Kendallville, Indiana.  He attended Yale University, where he graduated with a B.A. in 1980, and later received a J.D. from University of Chicago Law School in 1983. In 1982, he was a founding member of the Federalist Society.

 

In June of 1985 David McIntosh, (1958- ) served in the Deputy Assistant Attorney General’s Office of Legal Policy and in June of 1986 he became Special Assistant to the Attorney General. In July 1987, he was picked by Kenneth Cribb to work in the Office of Domestic Affairs and in December of 1987, he became Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs. He left the White House in August of 1988 to work on Christopher Cox’s successful campaign for the House of Representatives in Southern California.

 

In the George H. W. Bush's administration, he served as executive director of Vice President Dan Quayle's Council for Competitiveness. McIntosh later served as the U.S. Representative for Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District from 1995 to 2001. McIntosh was also the Republican nominee for Governor of Indiana in 2000. Since 2001, McIntosh has been a partner in the Washington law firm of Mayer Brown. In December 2014, McIntosh was named the president of the Club for Growth.

 

When the Library arranged this material, it was discovered that a portion of folders had been removed by David McIntosh at the White House in August of 1988. The Office of Records Management inserted out cards for the missing folders. They do not appear to have been returned. If they are discovered later, they will be integrated at that time. These folders are marked (White House Checkout Card Only).

 

SERIES I: SUBJECT FILE, 1987-1988, (2.4 l. ft. Boxes 1-7)

 

This series consists of material primarily on domestic issues.  The majority of the material is related to civil rights, constitutional law, fair housing and sentencing guidelines.  In August, 1988, McIntosh removed a group of folders from his stored collections at the White House and so there are a number of folders titles within this series that consist of White House out cards only.  The Library has been unable to locate any of the removed material.

 

This subject file also contains a significant number of folders related to the Grove City College v. Bell case. In 1984, the United States Supreme Court ruled that Title IX (equal opportunity for women and girls participation in school activities) should be applied to private schools with students receiving federally funded scholarships even if the institution refused any direct federal funding. Prior to this ruling, Title IX had been applied only to colleges and universities receiving direct federal funding.

 

The material is arranged alphabetically by folder title.

 

SERIES II: JUDICIAL NOMINATION FILE ( 2.8 l. ft., Boxes 7-14)

 

This series consists of material related to the judicial nomination process. The majority of the material is related to the Bork, Ginsburg, and Kennedy judicial nominations.  The series is arranged alphabetically by folder title.

 

CONTAINER LIST

 

SERIES I: SUBJECT FILE, 1987-1988

Box 1

AG Speeches (White House Checkout Card Only)

Beck Case (White House Checkout Card Only)

Bicentennial of the Constitution (White House Checkout Card Only)

California Environmental Trust (White House Checkout Card Only)

California Information (White House Checkout Card Only)

California INS Matters (White House Checkout Card Only)

California (Miscellaneous) (White House Checkout Card Only)

California “Newsfile” (White House Checkout Card Only)

California Religious Issues (White House Checkout Card Only)

California Supreme Court (White House Checkout Card Only)

Capital Sentencing Procedures and the Sentencing Commission (Binder) (1)(2)

Citizens for America

Civil Rights Compliance Manual-Department of Agriculture (1)-(3)

Civil Rights Compliance Manual- Department of Commerce (1)(2)

Civil Rights Compliance Manual-Department of Energy (1)-(3)

Civil Rights Compliance Manual-Department of Labor (1)-(7)

 

Box 2

Compliance Case Study HUD

Congressional Schedules

Conservative Legal Groups (White House Checkout Card Only)

Constitution Law Guidelines (White House Checkout Card Only)

Constitutional Law (White House Checkout Card Only)

Constitutional Convention

Cuomo (White House Checkout Card Only)

Current Standard for Accessibility

Data Requests from Agencies of Public

Erwin Millimet

Exclusionary Rule (1)(2)

Executive Forum Speech

Fair Housing (1)-(4)

Federalist Society Press File

Gramm / Rudman

Grove City (1)-(3)

Grove City Administration Alternate Bill

Grove City Background I

 

Box 3

Grove City Background II (1)-(6)

Grove City Fact Sheet

Grove City Letters/ Correspondence (1)(2)

Grove City Press Coverage (1)(2)

Grove City Remarks / Talking Points (1)(2)

Grove City Talking Points 03/14/1988

Grove City Veto Message

Grove City Votes

 

Box 4

Hatch (White House Checkout Card Only)

Heritage Foundation (White House Checkout Card Only)

Higginbotham (White House Checkout Card Only)

INF Treaty

Kendrick (White House Checkout Card Only)

Legislative and Administrative Agenda Implementation Plan 02/05/1988 (Binder)

(1)-(3)

Legislative and Administrative Agenda Implementation Plan 02/08/1988 (Binder)

(1)-(5)

Legislative and Administrative Agenda Implementation Plan 02/09/1988 (Binder)

(1)-(4)

Meese Press (White House Checkout Card Only)

Meese Speeches (White House Checkout Card Only)

 

Box 5

Neo-Conservatives (White House Checkout Card Only)

Parental Role Working Group (1)(2)

Personnel (1)(6)

Polls (White House Checkout Card Only)

Presidential Correspondence (1)(2)

Privatization Working Group

Proposal for Crime Victims Week (1)(2)

Schedule for the Week of 07/29/1987 (Binder)

Senate Judiciary Committee

Sentencing Commission (1)

 

Box 6

Sentencing Commission (2)-(4)

“Sentencing Outcomes in 28 Felony Cases”

Signing Statements Working File (White House Checkout Card Only)

Signing Statements (White House Checkout Card Only)

State of the Union (White House Checkout Card Only)

Takings / California Coastal Commission Cases (1)(2)

Task Force on Regulatory Relief, 06/29/1988 (Binder) (1)(2)

Tender Offer

Tender Offer / Corporate Governments

Thrift Savings Plan for Federal Employees

Title VIII (1)-(3)

Tulane Speech (White House Checkout Card Only)

Vice President Task Force on Regulatory Relief (1)(2)

 

Box 7

Vice President Task Force on Regulatory Relief (3)-(5)

Yale (White House Checkout Card Only)

 

SERIES II: JUDICIAL NOMINATION FILE

Box 7 (Cont.)

[Bork]

Bork 08/31/1987 (1)(2)

[Bork Briefings]

[Bork]: Business Groups

Bork Clips (1)-(10)

 

Box 8

Bork Clips (11)-(25)

Bork – Congressional Support and Opposition (1)(2)

Bork – Constituent Updates

[Bork]: Crime Issue

Bork – Criminal Justice (1)(2)

 

Box 9

Bork – Current 08/17/1987 (1)-(4)

[Bork]: Democrats

Bork Events

Bork Filibuster

[Bork, Handwritten Notes]

[Bork]: Jewish Groups

[Bork: Justice Stevens]

[Bork:] Materials on Judge Robert H. Bork (1)(2)

Bork – Miscellaneous (1)-(3)

Bork – News Clips (1)-(7)

 

Box 10

Bork – News Clips (8)-(16)

[Bork Nomination – Talking Points and Supporting Material] (Binder) (1)-(9)

 

Box 11

[Bork Nomination – Talking Points and Supporting Material] (Binder) (10)-(13)

[Bork Op-Ed]

Bork – Op-Eds

Bork – Opposition

Bork – Polls

Bork – Precedent

Bork – Presidential Statements (1)-(4)

[Bork – Response to Critics (Justice Department Report)]

Bork – Response to White House Report (1)(2)

[Bork]: Rodota File

[Bork-Senate Judiciary Committee]

Bork Strategy (1)(2)

 

Box 12

[Bork: Suggested Talking Points] (Binder) (1)-(3)

[Bork Support]

Bork – Supporters (1)-(3)

[Bork Supreme Court Nomination] (1)(2)

[Bork:] White House Pro-Bork Activities – Baker Memos (1)(2)

Bork – WHO Post Mortem (1)(2)

Business Group/Danner-Roosevelt Room Re: Bork

[Clippings: re Ginsburg Nomination]

Constituent Mail on Bork Nomination

Ginsburg (1)(2)

[Ginsburg – Confirmation Hearings]

[Ginsburg:] Doug Ginsburg

Ginsburg – Meeting Materials for Weekly Reports on

[Ginsburg – News Summaries/Press] (1)

 

Box 13

[Ginsburg – News Summaries/Press] (2)(3)

[Ginsburg Nomination] (1)(2)

[Ginsburg – Press] (1)(2)

Judge Kennedy (1)-(3)

Judicial Conference

Judicial Impact Statements

Judicial Interviews

Judicial Selection Center Judges (empty)

Judicial Selection Senate’s Role (1)-(4)

Judicial Selection – Summer 1985 (1)(2)

Justice Marshall

Kennedy Hold on Sentelle Nomination

[Kennedy: Supreme Court Nomination] (1)-(2)

 

Box 14

[Kennedy: Supreme Court Nomination] (3)-(5)