John J. Logue Collected Papers
Collection includes correspondence, Logue's resume (1990), flyers, newsletters, commentary by Logue, including "A Plan of Action for the Philadelphia Chapter of United World Federalists" and "A History of the Main Line Petition Campaign" which would have granted police power to the United Nations.
- Majority of material found within 1947, 1986-2004
- Logue, John J., 1923-2004 (Person)
Language of Material
Materials are in English.
Restrictions on Access
Collection is open for research without restrictions.
Biographical / Historical
John J. Logue (1923-2004); professor emeritus of political science at Villanova University (Villanova, Pennsylvania) who championed the cause of global government and published extensively on United Nations reform, international relations, and the law of the sea; received a bachelor's degree from Yale University, master's degrees from Yale and the University of Pennsylvania, and a doctorate in political science from the University of Chicago; active in Delaware County and Pennsylvania state politics; founder and director of Villanova's Common Heritage Institute (earlier called the World Order Research Institute); senior vice-president of the World Federalist Association (earlier called the United World Federalists).
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- International cooperation -- History -- Sources
- International organization -- History -- Sources
- Logue, John J., 1923-2004
- United Nations
- United World Federalists (U.S.). Philadelphia Chapter
- Villanova University. Common Heritage Institute
- Villanova University. World Order Research Institute
- World Federalist Association (U.S.)
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
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