Oral history interview with John D. Steinbruner 1998
Reminiscences of John D. Steinbruner : oral history, 1998
Childhood: born Denver, Colorado, Catholic upbringing; Stanford University: B.A. cognitive psychology, 1959-1963; University of Freiburg, Germany: studies in philosophy, 1963-1964; Massachusetts Institute of Techology (MIT): Ph.D. political science, 1964-1968; professor, psychology, MIT, Harvard University, Yale University; associaton with Brookings Institution, 1978: director, Foreign Policy Studi es Program, development in Cold War, nuclear weapons studies, funding from Carnegie Corporation; role of private philanthropy in American life; reminiscences of colleagues.
Political scientists; National security--United States; Endowments--United States; Steinbruner, John D., 1941-; Carnegie Corporation of New York; Cooperative Threat Reduction Program of the U.S. Department of Defense
Digital reproduction funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Digitized by Safe Sound Archive, Philadelphia, 2010.
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Interviewed by Sharon Zane on December 17, 1998.
Copyright by The Carnegie Corporation of New York.