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Oral Histories -- Morris Abram

Morris Abram (1918-2000)

Co-Chairman, Planning Session, White House Conference "To Fulfill These Rights," 1965; U.S. Representative, U.N. Commission on Human Rights, 1965-1968; Member, National Advisory Council on Economic Opportunity, 1967-68; President, Field Foundation, 1965-82; President, Brandeis University, 1968-1970; Chairman, United Negro College Fund, 1970-79.

PDF Morris Abram Interview I
PDF Morris Abram Interview II

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