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Sam Nunn Policy Forum || Emory Special Collections || SAGE Project

"The Soul of Our Nation is the Sum of our Individual Characters"

An online exhibit for the 1999 Sam Nunn Policy Forum

Senator Nunn at Berry College, 1989


Sam Nunn has long been concerned about the cultural and moral erosion he sees in American society. As a Senator, he participated in defining ethics in government and standards of conduct for public officials. During and after his Senate career, he spoke out against excessive sex and violence on television. This exhibit includes texts, photographs and publications documenting Senator Nunn's thoughts on American ethics.

Ethics in Government Trash TV 1996 National Prayer Breakfast

You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to read the text of some of the documents in this exhibit. To download the Reader, click here.




The Sam Nunn Archive


Sam Nunn represented Georgia in the U.S. Senate from 1972-1996. The Sam Nunn Archive documents Senator Nunn's life from childhood through his Senate career. The collection includes text, audio and video recordings, microfilm, photographs, political cartoons, scrapbooks, awards, books, memorabilia, computer files, and CD-ROMs. Access to many of the materials in the Nunn archive is RESTRICTED. Please contact Special Collections for information about which records are available for research at this time.

Special Collections, Robert W. Woodruff Library
Emory University
Atlanta, GA 30322-2870

404-727-6887

speccollref@emory.edu




For more information about the Sam Nunn Archive, contact Naomi L. Nelson at libnn@emory.edu