Series One

The Correspondence and Writings of ISTA President James L. Busey

“The Substance of Tyranny” ([1954])

“The Controversial Twenty-Second Amendment.” Reprinted from The Colorado Quarterly 7 (Summer 1958)

“Conflict in Panama” The New Leader (February 15, 1960)

“Mission to Somozaland” The Nation (February 27, 1960)

“Our Political Gap in Latin America.” Reprinted from The Midwest Quarterly (April 1962)

Latin American Political Guide. 8th ed. (Boulder, CO: The Printed Page, 1964)

“Notes on Costa Rican Democracy.” University of Colorado Studies Series in Political Science (January 1967)

Latin American Political Guide. 12th ed. (Manitou Springs, CO: Juniper Editions, 1969)

Latin American Political Guide. 15th ed. (Manitou Springs, CO: Juniper Editions, 1973)

“The Heretic of San Francisco.” The Occasional Review (Winter 1976)

Panama Canal Report. (Manitou Springs, CO: Juniper Editions, 1978)

Latin American Political Guide. 17th ed. (Manitou Springs, CO: Juniper Editions, 1980)

“Latest tax plan to finance Powers Blvd. better” Colorado Springs Sun (February 20, 1982)

“Dear Friend,” June 17, 1982

Minutes of the Meeting on October 24 (October 25, 1982)

“Critics miss real issue in El Salvador” Colorado Springs Gazette (March 22, 1983)

“Soviets’ woes little comfort” Colorado Springs Sun (June 13, 1982)

“Soviet troops in Cuba mocking U.S.” The Gazette Telegraph (June 16, 1983)

“Prospects for the Social Transformation of Latin America.” Economic and Social Science Research Association, (1985)

Jim Busey to Bob Clancy (January 31, 1986)

Memo to Colorado Members of ISTA and Frank Randall (May 7, 1987)

“Speculators damaging Colorado’s economy” The Gazette Telegraph (May 9, 1987)

Henry George. Progress and Poverty Condensed by James L. Busey (New York: Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, undated)

“Tax reform can stop urban sprawl,” undated