National Library of Medicine - History of Medicine Division
Contains Mrs. Reich's correspondence, legal testimony, writings of Wilhelm Reich, and publications of the Orgone Institute.
Concordia University
Research materials collected by Evelyn Scheuerman Reich and used in collaboration with Richard D. Scheuerman to document the history of select Volga German families for the on-line publication, The Berry Meadow Archive: A Selection of Records and Resources from the Papers of Richard Scheuerman and Evelyn Reich.
University of Pennsylvania, Center for Advanced Judaic Studies
Concordia University
The collection consists of research notes, family history information, and correspondence collected by Evelyn Scheuerman Reich and published in collaboration with Richard D. Scheuerman to document the history of select Volga German families in the on-line publication, The Berry Meadow Archive: A Selection of Records and Resources from the Papers of Richard Scheuerman and Evelyn Reich Related to Russia and the History of the Scheuerman/Scheirman/Schierman, Geier, Green, Kleweno, Lautenschlager, Litzenberger, Lust, Morasch, Ochs, Poffenroth, Reich, Repp, Schmick/Smick, Schneidmiller, Weitz and Related Volga German Families Including information compiled by family historians William L. "Bill" Scheirman, Ruth Dippel DeLuca, Kris Ball, Aileen Bafus Johnson, Alan Hergert, Victor Kleweno, Sam Litzenberger, Ethel Lock, Dorie Geier Looney, Barry Lust, Elizabeth Meyer, Patrice Miller, Larry Morasch, Elaine Poffenroth, Robert Smick, Don Schmick, Sandra Stelter, Coleen Rose, Eric Schuster, Don ... Read More
Dartmouth College - Rauner Special Collections Library
The former secretary of labor addresses a group of class of 1935 alumni and undergraduates, in an informal talk outlining some of the most significant trends affecting the American workforce
Michigan State University Libraries - Main Library
Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich talks about the hardships and happy moments he had as Secretary and about the events in his book "Locked in the cabinet.".
University of California, Berkeley
Author and political theorist Robert Reich discusses the political implications of the widening inequality of income, wealth and opportunity in America. The gap is wider now than it's been since the 1920s, yet the nation seems unable or unwilling to reverse these trends. What happens if these trends continue? Will they "naturally" reverse themselves or will America get to the point where disparities are so wide that we finally find the political will to take action? Conversely, will the disparities themselves grow so wide as to discourage action, by fostering resignation among the losers and indifference among the winners?
Michigan State University Libraries - Main Library
Political economist Robert Reich, professor at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government, describes the role of ethics in government and details the curriculum of his class on contemporary political ethics and the effects of scandal. Former Vice President Walter Mondale says that the spotlight of a presidential election makes a candidate's personal ethics a primary concern for the voter
Michigan State University Libraries - Main Library
U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert Reich talks about the significance of the new Family and Medical Leave Act that went into effect on this day. Reich says the law is "a step toward establishing more productive relationships in the workplace." Reich also explains how the law benefits the average American