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Arthur Levitt papers, 1948-2007

Series XI: NEA Controversy

Arthur Levitt strongly advocated continued public funding for NEA without content restriction. Files arranged chronologically by starting date.

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Box 49 Folder 6 NEA Speech File, 1988 - 1992


Box 49 Folder 7 Levitt's Congressional Testimonies, 1990 - 1992


Box 49 Folder 8 News Clippings, 1990 - 1992


Box 49 Folder 9 Frohnmayer, John E. ; Leventhal, Nathan National Endowment of Arts, Lincoln Center for Performing Arts Levitt's Wall Street Journal Article on NEA and related correspondence, Jun. 1990


Box 49 Folder 10 Doctorow, E. L.; Goldmark, Peter C.; Keillor, Garrison Rockefeller Foundation NEA Congressional Testimonies, 1991


Box 49 Folder 11 Levitt's Luncheon Address: Getting to 2000 - No Easy Answers For the Arts for the Arts and Business Council Symposium, and associated correspondence, Oct. - Dec. 1991


Box 49 Folder 12 Americans and the Arts VI poll by Louis Harris, 1992