Robert E. Kuttner
Racist Forum, 1958-59

[10 March 1927.  Robert E. Kuttner is born in Queens, New York, the son of Hungarian immigrants.  He has one sister.]

[1945-47.  Kuttner serves in the U.S. Army.]

[c.1947-50.  Kuttner is an undergraduate at CCNY.  He receives a B.S. degree from CCNY in 1950.]

 

1951

[1951-52.  Kuttner is a research technician at Brookhaven National Laboratory, Brookhaven, Long Island, New York.]

[Kuttner, Robert.]  "Catering to Supernaturalism."  Review of Science Is a Sacred Cow by Anthony Standen.  In Truth Seeker 78 (June 1951):  94.

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Competitive Inhibition of Enzymes and Biochemical Antagonism." Baskerville Chemical Journal of the City College of New York 2 (1951):  12-19.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Scientists Are Not Returning to Religion."  Truth Seeker 78 (October 1951):  153.

 

1952

[12 September 1952.  Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics  receives the manuscript of Kuttner and Harry Wagreich, "Some Inhibitors of Mushroom Catecholase."  It appears in the March 1953 issue.]

Kuttner, Robert.  "Pseudo-Scientific Experiments."  Truth Seeker 79 (October 1952):  147.

 

1953

Kuttner, Robert, and Harry Wagreich.   "Some Inhibitors of Mushroom Catecholase."  Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 43 (March 1953):  80-87.
    [From the Department of Chemistry, CCNY.]

 

1954

Kuttner, Robert.  "Semite Philosophy."  Truth Seeker 81 (June 1954):  87.

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Imitation Demon."  Weird Tales 16 (September 1954):  77-85.

[1954-58.  Kuttner is a research assistant at the University of Connecticut.]

1955

Kuttner, Robert.  "Religion and Immaturity."  Truth Seeker 82 (January 1955):  10-11.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Religion and Intelligence."  Truth Seeker 82 (February 1955):  19.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Two Ages of Man."  Truth Seeker 82 (March 1955):  43-44.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Religion and Evil."  Truth Seeker 82 (May 1955):  67.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Religion and Theogenesis." Truth Seeker 82 (July 1955):  108-109.

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Divining of Caesar."  Truth Seeker 82 (August 1955):  119-120.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Chemogenesis and the Nature of Life."  Truth Seeker 82 (September 1955):  129-131.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Biogenesis and the Chain of Life."  Truth Seeker 82 (October 1955):  155-156.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Vitalism or Mechanism?" Truth Seeker 82 (November 1955):  163.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Cosmogenesis and the Nature of the Universe."  Truth Seeker 82 (December 1955):  181-182.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Religion and Propaganda."  Truth Seeker 82 (December 1955):  186-187.

 

1956

Kuttner, Robert.  "Psychogenesis and the Nature of the Mind."  Truth Seeker 83 (January 1956):  10-11.

[13 January 1956.  Kuttner lectures at the Ingersoll Forum, New York, on the topic "The Retreat of Supernaturalism in Science."  This is published under the title "The Status of Scientific Materialism" in Truth Seeker, May 1956.]

Kuttner, Robert.  "Paleo-Linguistics and Moral Law."  Truth Seeker 83 (February 1956):  22-23.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Geopolitical Principles and Religion."  Truth Seeker 83 (March 1956):  42-43.

[9 April 1956.  Kuttner letter to Sen. Prescott Bush (R-Conn.).]

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Status of Scientific Materialism."  Truth Seeker 83 (May 1956):  77-79.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Was Abraham Lincoln a Theist and a Christian?"  Truth Seeker 83 (June 1956):  87-88.

Kuttner, R.  "Schweitzer on the Mind of Jesus."  Truth Seeker 83 (July 1956):  105.

Cleveland, Leroy Victor, and Robert Kuttner.   "Is Evolution a False Dogma?"  Truth Seeker 83 (August 1956): 117-118.

Cleveland, Leroy Victor, and Robert Kuttner.   "Is Evolution a False Dogma?  II."  Truth Seeker 83 (September 1956):  133-134.

Cleveland, Leroy Victor, and Robert E. Kuttner.   "Is Evolution a False Dogma?  III." Truth Seeker 83 (October 1956):  152-154.

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Unequal Races of Man."  Truth Seeker 83 (December 1956):  177-178.
    [This is based in part on a lecture given at the Ingersoll Forum in New York, 9 Nov. 1956.]

 

1957

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Unequal Races of Man - II."  Truth Seeker 84 (January 1957):  1-2.

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Unequal Races of Man - III."  Truth Seeker 84 (February 1957):  27-29.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Utopian and Fanatical Oneism."  Review of The World of Oneness by Byram Campbell.   In Truth Seeker 84 (March 1957):  40.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Divine Apollonius of Tyana."  Truth Seeker 84 (April 1957):  49-51.

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Status of Scientific Racism - I."  Truth Seeker 84 (May 1957):  75-76.

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Status of Scientific Racism - II."  Truth Seeker 84 (June 1957):  85-87.

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Jew Creates His Myth and His History - By Borrowing."  Grassroots 18 (June 1957)

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Status of Scientific Racism."  Truth Seeker 84 (July 1957):  106-108.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Manifestoes and Resolutions on Race."  Truth Seeker 84 (August 1957):  117-119.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Free and Unequal:   A Review of Free and Unequal."  Review of Free and Unequal by Roger J. Williams.  In Truth Seeker 84 (September 1957):  139.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Freethought and Modern Issues." Truth Seeker 84 (October 1957):  145-146.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Race Evolution:   Competitive or Cooperative?"  Truth Seeker 84 (November 1957):   161-163.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Our Captive Civilization."  Right, no. 26 (November 1957):

Kuttner, Robert.  "Our Captive Civilization."  Truth Seeker 84 (December 1957):  185.
    [Reprinted from Right, November 1957.]

Kuttner, Robert.  "Race and Democracy."   The South African Observer  4 (1957)

 

1958

[1958-61.  Research associate, Research Laboratory, Institute of Living, Hartford, Connecticut.]

Kuttner, Robert.  "Law and Liberalism."  Truth Seeker 85 (January 1958):  8-9.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Nietzchean Philosophy."  Truth Seeker 85 (April 1958):  :53-54.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Analytical Thoughts About Psychoanalysis."  Truth Seeker 85 (May 1958):  65-66.

K[uttner]., R[obert].  "News Items on the Equalist Battlefront."  Truth Seeker 85 (May 1958):  76.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Should We Tolerate a Secret Super-State?:  A Critical Review of Cross-Currents."  Review of Cross-Currents by Arnold Forster and Benjamin R. Epstein.  In Truth Seeker 85 (July 1958):  104-105.

Kuttner, Robert.  "The North European in Homeric Greece."  Northern World 3 (July-August 1958):  8-15.
   [This is the first of a series of four articles.  It is cited in Gregor, "Nordicism Revisited," Phylon, Winter 1961.]

Kuttner, Robert.  "The North European in Ancient Rome."  Northern World 3 (September- October 1958):  12-18.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Forgotten Sciences."  Right, no. 37 (October 1958):  2-3.
    [This is reprinted in Truth Seeker (1959), The South African Observer (1962), Northern World (1962), Western Destiny (1965), and American Mercury (1973).]

Kuttner, Robert.  "Science:  An Item On Science and Segregation."  Right, no. 38 (November 1958):  2-3.

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Early History of the Celt."  Northern World 3 (November-December 1958):  12-18.

[14 November 1958.  James Madole, the head of the neo-Nazi National Renaissance Party, delivers a lecture on the topic "TheRole of the Jew in Modern Politics" at Steinway Hall, 113 West 57th Street, New York, as part of the Racist Forum's 1958-59 lecture series.  On Madole and the NRP, see Martin A. Lee, The Beast Reawakens (Boston:  Little, Brown, 1997).   The speech elicited critical notices in the New York press, to which Kuttner responded in an anti-Semitic article in The Truth Seeker.   Kuttner (March 1959) and A. James Gregor (December 1958) followed Madole as speakers in the Racist Forum lecture series.]

Sheldon, James.  "Neo-Nazi, Atheists Join Hands in NY Rally."  New York American Examiner (November 20, 1958)

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Nordic As the Natural Leader of the White Race."  Truth Seeker, 85 (August 1958):   113-114.

Kuttner, Robert.  "A Note For Confused Freethinkers."  Truth Seeker 85 (September1958):  132.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Zionist Semantics."  Truth Seeker 85 (September 1958):  139.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Poll On Immigration Into England."  Truth Seeker 85 (November 1958):  163.
    [On a poll conducted by the Northern League.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Racial and Social Revolution:  A Review."  Review of Race and Social Revolution by Byram Campbell.  In Truth Seeker 85 (December 1958):  190.

[12 December 1958.  James Gregor speaks on the topic "Some Race Theories" at a session of the Racist Forum's 1958-59 lecture series.  The lectures were held at Steinway Hall, 113 West 57th Street, New York.]

Kuttner, Robert.  "Civilization Against Nature."  Natural Food and Farming 4 (1958):  12-13.
    [This is a bimonthly magazine published since 1954 by Natural Food Associates of Atlanta, Texas.]

 

1959

Kuttner, Robert.  "Jewish Slanders and Democratic Forums."  Truth Seeker 86 (January 1959):  3.

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Early History of the Teuton."  Northern World 3 (January-February 1959):  12-20.

Kuttner, Robert.  "On Strike Against a Science."  Truth Seeker 86 (February 1959):  19.
    [Excerpts from "Forgotten Sciences" from the October 1958 issue of Right.]

Kuttner, Robert.  "Art and Politics."  Right, no. 42 (March 1959):  5.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Biopolitics:   The Theory of Racial Nationalism." Truth Seeker 86 (March 1959):   41-43.

[13 March 1959.  Kuttner delivers a speech on "Race and the Future of Civilization" at Steinway Hall, 133 West 57th Street, New York, as part of the Racist Forum's 1958-59 lecture series.  He had earlier written an anti-Semitic article in The Truth Seeker in response to press criticisms of a previous speaker in the series, James Madole, the head of a small neo-Nazi sect, the National Renaissance party.  A. James Gregor also spoke in the series.]  

Kuttner, Robert.  "Biopolitics:   The Theory of Racial Nationalism."  The American Racist 1 (1959):   1-3.

[23 April 1959.  The International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology and Eugenics, Inc., is incorporated in Baltimore.  The incorporators are:
                                                A. James Gregor [q.v.]
                                                Robert E. Kuttner
                                                Lawson Purdy.
Purdy was an eminent old New Yorker.  He had been a prominent supporter of Henry George's single tax movement and was the Tax Commissioner of the City of New York, a founder of the National Tax Association, and a leading figure in the Charity Organization Society and the City Club of New York.  The witnesses to the incorporation were:
                                                Donald A. Swan [q.v.]
                                                Arthur J. Swan (his father)
                                                W.J. Neilan (a New York lawyer).
Neilan represented the Association for the Preservation of Freedom of Choice in New York litigation.  IAAEE's initial officers were:
                                                President:             Robert E. Kuttner
                                                Vice-President:     John Brockenbrough Fox
                                                Secretary:             A. James Gregor
                                                Treasurer:             Donald A. Swan
Fox (b. 1916) was a Baltimore attorney.  He also served as IAAEE's registered agent.   He was the author of "Morality and the Empire," a letter to the editor of National Review 7 (August 15, 1959), p. 237, in which he disputed the claim made in the magazine that Sir Oswald Mosley's solution to "the Notting Hill problem" was unthinkable and that it would undermine the moral basis of the British Empire.  He also wrote a review of Nathaniel Weyl's The Negro in American Civilization in Mankind Quarterly 1 (January 1961), pp. 223-225.The first issue of Western Destiny carried an ad for IAAEE that used Fox's law office for its Treasurer's address.
    The nortary to incorporation was Alfred Avins.  The founding members of IAAEE's executive committee included:
                                                Robert Gayre
                                                R. Ruggles Gates
                                                Henry E. Garrett
                                                Corado Gini
                                                Charles C. Tansill
                                                Heinrich Quiring.]

Kuttner, Robert.  "Violence in Africa."  Truth Seeker 86 (April 1959):  50-51.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Studies in Phosphoprotein Phosphatase and Phosphopeptides.  Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Connecticut, 1959.
    [82 pages.]

K[uttner]., R[obert].  "News Item on the Equalist Battlefront."  Truth Seeker 86 (June 1959):  83.

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Nationalist Philosophy:  Its Promise and Future."  Right, no. 47 (August 1959):   4.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Biopolitics:  The Validity of Racial Nationalism." Truth Seeker 86 (September 1959):  129-131.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Negro Leaders Set Precedent for Inter-Racial Marriages."  The South African Observer 5 (1959):  9.

 

1960

[20 February 1960.  First general meeting of the IAAEE and the Association for the Preservation of Freedom of Choice, held in Charles C. Tansill's Washington DC home.  Kuttner attends.]

Kuttner, Robert.  "Overpopulation:   A Corrected Perspective."  Right, no. 55 (April 1960):

Kuttner, Robert.  "An Hypothesis on the Evolution of Intelligence."  Psychological Reports 6 (April 1960):   283-289.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Sacrificing Safety on the World-Brotherhood Altar:  A Study of Global Tolerance."  Truth Seeker 87 (May 1960):  65-67.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Evolutionary Ethics and Politics."  Right, no. 58 (July 1960):  3-4.

[8 August 1960.  Journal of Neurochemistry receives the manuscript of Kuttner, Sims & Gordon, "The Uptake of a Metabolically Inert Amino Acid by Brain and Other Organs," published in the July-August 1961 issue.]

Kuttner, Robert.  "Melanodermic Satyriasis in the Congo Republic."  Truth Seeker 87 (September 1960):   129-130.

Kuttner, Robert.  "The Herd Instinct in Modern Sociology."  Mankind Quarterly 1 (October 1960):  105-107.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Primitive Color Perception."  Perceptual and Motor Skills 11 (October 1960):  220.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Cultural Selection of Human Psychological Types."  Genus 41 (December 1960):  3-6.

 

1961

"Hybrid Race Doctrine."  The Northander 4 (March-April 1961):  6.
    ["'NORTHLANDER' is pleased to announce a THIRD PRINTING of the valuable production HYBRID RACE DOCTRINE ...
    " 'Dr. [Bela] Hubbard's carefully-written and highly-readable pamphlet deserves honest discussion, particularly by anthropology and sociology students whose zealous instructors may have sheltered them from views which dissent from the prevailing one-world ideology.'  -  ROBERT KUTTNER, Ph.D., V.P., Int'l. Ass'n. for the Advancement of Ethnology and Eugenics."
    This twenty-five cent, 16 page pamphlet was at the head of Noontide Press's publications list.  Henry E. Garrett offered another endorsement:  "Dr. Hubbard has made a highly effective argument against miscegenation from the biological viewpoint.   I hope that this timely booklet will be read and pondered over by the many Americans in danger of being 'brain washed' as to the facts concerning race mixture."   (Back cover of Western Destiny, February 1965.)]

Kuttner, Robert, James A. Sims and Malcolm W.Gordon.   "The Uptake of a Metabolically Inert Amino Acid by Brain and Other Organs."  Journal of Neurochemistry 6 (July-August 1961):  311-317.

[1961-64.  Kuttner is an instructor of biochemistry, School of Medicine, Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "The Role of Hyphenated Americans Today."  Szabad Magyarsag 6 (1961):  1.

 

1962

 

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of Anatomy of the Future by Roderick Seidenberg.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962): 212-213.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of The New Negro edited by Mathew H. Ahmann.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):  215-216.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of Matrilineal Kinship edited by David M. Schneider and Kathleen Gough.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):  219-220.

Kuttner, R.E.  Review of Masks of Moscow: A History of Russian Behavior Patterns  by John M. Radzinzki.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):  223-224.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of Culture in History: Essays in Honor of Paul Radin  edited by Stanley Diamond.  In Mankind Quarterly 2 (January-March 1962):  226-227.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Biosocial Influences on the Human Sex Ratio."  Mankind Quarterly 2 (April-June 1962):  261-263.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of The Sounds of Language: An Inquiry Into the Role of Genetic Factos in the Development of Sound Systems by Leonard Francis Brosnahan.  In Mankind Quarterly 3 (July-September 1962):  58.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of Roots of Behavior: Genetics, Instinct, and Socialization in Animal Behavior edited by Eugent L. Bliss.  In Mankind Quarterly 3 (July-September 1962):  65.

Gordon, Malcolm W., James A. Sims, Rolf K. Hanson and Robert E. Kuttner.  "The Effects of Some Psychopharmacological Agents and Other Drugs on the Uptake of an Amino Acid by Brain."  Journal of Neurochemistry 9 (September-October 1962):  477-486.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Prehistoric Technology and Human Evolution."  Mankind Quarterly 3 (October-December 1962):  71-78.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of Navaho Witchcraft by Clyde Kluckhohn.  In Mankind Quarterly 3 (October-December 1962):  117.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of Angola in Ferment: The Background and Prospects of Angolan Nationalism by Thomas Okuma.   In Mankind Quarterly 3 (October-Decmber 1962):  134-135.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of Psychoanalysis and Social Science by Hendrik M. Ruitenbeek.  In Mankind Quarterly 3 (October-December 1962):  139-140.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Biopolitik."  Nation Europa 12 (Decemer 1962):  39-42.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Forgotten Sciences."  Northern World  7 (Winter 1962-63):  2-4.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Forgotten Sciences."  The South African Observer 8 (1962):  12-13.

 

1963

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Eugenic Aspects of Preventive Therapy for Mental Retardation."  Genus 14 (1963):  3-10.

[19 July 1963.  Kuttner testifies before Subcommittee No. 5 of the House Judiciary Committee, U.S. Congress.  He appears as a representative of the Liberty Lobby in opposition to the Kennedy Administration's omnibus civil rights bill, H.R. 7152.]

"Eminent Scientist Testifies for Liberty Lobby."  Liberty Letter, no. 35 (September 1963).
   [WASHINGTON, July 19 (LLNS) -- "Testifying today before Rep. Emanuel Celler's (D-NY) Judiciary Committee, Dr. Robert E. Kuttner took issue with the entire theory of forcible integration.  LIBERTY LOBBY flew Dr. Kuttner from Omaha, Nebraska, to make the presentation.
    "Speaking in behalf of 25,000 supporters of LIBERTY LOBBY, Dr. Kuttner followed the powerful leftist extremist, Walter Reuther, who held the eager and obedient attention of the members of the subcommittee for 1½ hours.  Repeating the usual, worn-out old platitudes, Reuther explained why all America must prostrate itself before the minority special interests.
    "Kuttner took the unique but sound approach of dealing with the infamous 'Black Monday'  decision of the Warren Court in its own terms.  In this May 17, 1954 decision the Warren Court threw out traditional constitutional law and dredged up dubious 'modern authorities' who favored integration.
    "Ignoring the interesting leftist records of these 'authorities,' Kuttner stuck to sound scientific principles of sociology, psychology and biology indicating race differences.  These, he claimed, under conditions of forcible integration, are more likely to cause resentment and hostility among the White majority and psychological wounding and hostility among Negroes than a feeling of brotherhood and solidarity.
    "Members of the subcommittee, unable to cope with the irrefutable facts and compelling logic he cited, interrupted Kuttner repeatedly.  In site of his complete composure and scientific detachment, and, although suffering badly from asthma, left the witness table much the victor in the battle of words.
    "Dr. Kuttner, 35, received his Ph.D. from the University of Connecticut.  He is presently teaching in Normal Biology at Creighton Medical School, Omaha, Nebraska.  He is Assistant Editor of MANKIND, a scientific quarterly published in Edinburgh, and is past President of an international association devoted to ethnology and eugenics.
    "An outline of Dr. Kuttner's testimony may be acquired from LIBERTY LOBBY.  Send request and stamped, addressed envelope."]

Josey, Charles C., Robert E. Kuttner and Frank C.J. McGurk.  "Comments on Martin."  In Open Occupancy vs. Forced Housing Under the 14th Amendment, edited by Alfred Avins, pp. 196-199.  New York:  Bookmailer, Inc., 1963.

Armstrong, C.P., S.S. Crutchfield, W.E. Hoy and R.E. Kuttner.  "Legal Testimony and Scientific Evidence:  A Contrast."   Mankind Quarterly 4 (October 1963):  105-110.

 

1964

[Early 1964.  Kuttner joins the Liberty Lobby's Board of Policy.]

[1964-66.  Kuttner is a research biochemist at the School of Medicine, Creighton University, Omaha,Nebraska.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Serum Pepsinogen in Urbanized Sioux Indians."  Journal of the National Medical Association 56 (1964): 471-473.
    [Cited in Journal of Chronic Diseases 20 (1967): 803.]

[18-21 May 1964.  U.S. District Court hears Evers v. Jackson and related cases.  Kuttner, Henry E. Garrett, R. Travis Osborne, Frank McGurk, and Ernest van den Haag testify.  Wesley Critz George had been scheduled to testify, but is unable to be present because of his wife's illness.  William E. Hoy is also present.]

[June 1964.  The first issue of Western Destiny appears.  Kuttner is listed on the masthead as a Contributing Editor.   He appears there in every subsequent issue.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of Expanding Goals of Genetics in Psychiatry edited by Franz J. Kallman.  In Mankind Quarterly 5 (July-September 1964):  59-60.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Equalistic Brotherhoodism."  Truth Seeker 91 (August 1964):  123-124.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Economic Equalism Analysed (Equalistic Brotherhoodism - II)."  Truth Seeker 91 (September 1964):  129-130.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Evolutionary Ethics and Politics."  Western Destiny 9 (October 1964):  10-11.

Kuttner, Robert.  "International Equalism Menaces Quality."  Truth Seeker 91 (October 1964):   145-146.

Kuttner, Robert.  Review of Psychopharmacogenetics by Werner Kalow.  In Mankind Quarterly 5 (October-December 1964):   119-120.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Equalism and the Family."  Truth Seeker 91 (November 1964):  173.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "New Myth of 'Genetics' Exposed."  Truth Seeker 91 (December 1964):  187.

 

1965

Kuttner, Robert E.  "New Myth of Genetics Exposed."  Truth Seeker 92 (January 1965):  11.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "The Early History of the Celt."  Western Destiny 10 (January 1965):  13-14, 18.
    [Reprinted from Northern World, November-December 1958.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Forgotten Sciences."  Western Destiny 10 (May 1965):  9.

Lorincz, Albert B., Robert E. Kuttner and Robert P. Searles.  "Free Amino Acids in Human Female Reproductive Tissues."  Nebraska State Medical Journal 50 (June 1965): 320-323.
    [Albert Bela Lorincz, an obsterician-gynecologist, was a frequent collaborator of Kuttner.  He was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1922 and received S.B. (1944) and M.D. (1946) degrees from the University of Chicago.  During 1961-66, he was a professor and department chairman at the School of Medicine, Creighton University, and during 1966-71, he was at the Chicago Lying-In Hospital.  Between 1965 and 1970 Kuttner and Lorincz co-wrote 16 published papers.  In 1971 Lorincz relocated to the San Jose/Los Gatos area of California, where he still practices medicine.]

Lorincz, Albert B., and Robert E. Kuttner.   "Response of Malignancy to Phenylalanine Restriction: A Preliminary Report on a New Concept of Managing Malignant Disease."  Nebraska State Medical Journal 50 (December 1965): 609-617.

Kuttner, Robert E., and J.C. Mailander.   "Serum Pepsinogen in Migrant Mexicans and Stressed Caucasians."  Journal of the National Medical Association 57 (1965):  109-111.

Searles, Robert P., and Robert E. Kuttner.   "Salivary and Serum Amylase in American Indians."  Proceedings of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences, 75th Annual Meeting.  Lincoln:   Nebraska Academy of Sciences, 1965.

 

1966

Leonard, George Stephen.  "Ethnic Differentiation in the United States School Desegregation Cases."  Mankind Quarterly 6 (January-March 1966):  139-148.
       [On page 144:  "In this same period [after Brown] outside the courts a considerable body of evidence was being assembled that announced conclusions of our Supreme Court were scientifically incorrect and that a demonstration could be made to show not only that the races differ basically in their learning patterns and average intelligence but that this conclusion was supported by the published studies on comparative brain weight and structure and by data from the fields of differential psychology and the newer discipline of social dynamics.  Directly concerned with ... bringing together the available scientific   materials which contradicted the assertions of Drs. Redfield and Clark were a number of scientists and others well known to the readers of The Mankind Quarterly, including Drs. Garrett, George, Armstrong, Osborne, van den Haag, Kuttner, Gregor;  and much of the credit for colating and organizing the available data belongs to an Assistant Editor, Donald A. Swan."]

Kuttner, Robert E.   "Overpopulation."  Western Destiny 11 (February 1966):   14.
    [This and the following item are reprinted from  Right (April 1960).]

Kuttner, Robert E..  "Overpopulation."  Truth Seeker 93 (February 1966):  28.

Lorincz, A.B., and R.E. Kuttner.   "Suppression of Advanced Malignant Disease by restricting Phenylalanine Intake."  Abstract.  Federation Proceedings 25 (March 1, 1966):   360.

[1966-70.  Kuttner is assistant profesor and research associate, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Chicago Lying-In Hospital, Pritzker School of Medicine, University of Chicago.  He worked there with Albert B Lorincz on a research project concerning dietary treatments of cancer.  In a 1978 letter to the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, Kuttner described the circumstances surrounding his departure from Chicago:  "The failure to proceed [with the research project on dietary treatments of cancer on which Kuttner was working] was ... because grant proposals were not funded in 1969, a crisis year for science in general.   the research team broke up, and some were unemployed."]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Crime and Race:   A Critical Review."  Mankind Quarterly 7 (October- December 1966):  3-12.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of Indian Legends from the Northern Rockies by Ella E. Clark.  In Mankind Quarterly 7 (October-December 1966):  115-116.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of Negroes in Cities: Residential Segregation and Neighborhood Change by Karl E. Taeuber and Alma F. Taeuber.  In Mankind Quarterly 7 (October-December 1966):   117.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of Adaptation and Natural Selection by George C. Williams.  In Mankind Quarterly 7 (October-December 1966):  117.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of Hybrids by David C. Rife.  In Mankind Quarterly 7 (October-December 1966):  120.

Kuttner, Robert E., and Albert B. Lorincz.   "Schizophrenia and Evolution."  Eugenics Quarterly 13 (December-December 1966): 355-356.

 

1967

Kuttner, Robert E.   "Introduction."  In Race and Modern Science:  A Collection of Essays by Biologists, Anthropologists, Sociologists, and Psychologists, edited by Robert E. Kuttner, pp. 13-27.  New York:  Social Science Press, 1967.
    [This volume was conceived as an authoritative statement of the anti-egalitarian position on race differences.  At various points during its preparation, it was planned that it would be edited by Donald Swan or A. James Gregor.   Swan ceased to be an viable candidate for editor after his 1966 arrest on federal mail fraud charges.  The contributors include:
    Bertil Lundman
    Jan Czekanowski
    J.D.J. Hofmeyr
    Ilse Schwidetzky
    Luigi Gedda
    David C. Rife
    Clarence P. Oliver
    Kuttner
    C.D. Darlington
    Corrado Gini
    A. James Gregor
    George A. Lundberg
    Friedrich Keiter
    Frank C.J. McGurk
    R. Travis Osborne
    Stanley D. Porteus.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Biochemical Anthropology."  In Race and Modern Science:  A Collection of Essays by Biologists, Anthropologists, Sociologists, and Psychologists, edited by Robert E. Kuttner, pp. 197-222.  New York:  Social Science Press, 1967

Kuttner, Robert E., Albert B. Lorincz and Donald A. Swan.  "The Schizophrennia Gene and Social Evolution."  Psychological Reports 20 (April 1967):  407-412.

Robert E. Kuttner, Albert B. Lorincz and Andrew Portoghese.  "Urinary Amino Acids of Rats Receiving High Sugar Diets."    Journal of Nutrition 91 (April 1967):  514-520.
    [Andrew J. Portoghese was a Flushing, Queens optometrist who was not otherwise active in biomedical research.  At the time this article appeared, he was Donald Swan's codefendant in the latter's mail fraud case.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Symposium on Race and Civil Rights:  What Do We Owe the Negroes?" American Mercury 103 (Spring 1967):  7-9.

Kuttner, Robert E., and Albert B. Lorincz.   "Additional Comments on Schizophrenia and Evolution." Eugenics Quarterly 14 (June 1967):  160-161.

Kuttner, Robert E., and Albert B. Lorincz.   "Alcoholism and Addiction in Urbanized Sioux Indians." Mental Hygiene 51 (October 1967):  530-542.
    ["... supported by a grant from the Human Genetics Fund."]

 

1968

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Cultural Selection of Human Psychological Types."  In Culture:  Man's Adaptive Dimension, edited by M.F. Ashley Montagu, pp. 286-289.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1968.

Anderson, E.L.  "Racial Revelations."  Review of Race and Modern Science edited by Robert E. Kuttner.  In American Mercury 104 (Winter 1968):  63-64.
    [This is reprinted in  American Mercury (Summer 1976).]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Use of Accentuated Environmental Inequalities in Research on Racial Differences."  Mankind Quarterly 8 (January-March 1968):  147-160.

Kuttner, Robert E., and Albert B. Lorincz.   "Utilization of Accentuated Environmental Inequalities in Research on Racial Differences."  Abstract.  Science 160 (April 28, 1968):   439-440.
    [This appears in the abstracts of papers presented at the Annual Meeting, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 22-24 April 1968.]

Lorincz, Albert B.,  and Robert E. Kuttner.   "Comparative Studies on Free Amino Acids in Female Reproductive Tissues."   American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 101 (June 15, 1968):  462-472.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Letter.  In Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 11 (Summer 1968):  707-709.

Lorincz, A.B., R.E. Kuttner and W.L.Ryan.   "Essential Amino Acid Restricted Diets and Tumor Inhibition."  Journal of Reproductive Medicine 1 (September-October 1968):  461-475.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Can the Taxpayer Improve Negro School Achievement?"  The Taxpayer 1 (1968):

Kuttner, Robert E.  "The Birth of Democracy."  The Taxpayer 3 (1968):

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Teaching Negro History."  The Taxpayer 7 (1968):

 

1969

Shoben, Edward Joseph, Jr.  Review of Race and Modern Science edited by Robert E. Kuttner.  In Personnel and Guidance Journal 47 (January 1969):  487-489.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Negro History:   Does It Exist?"  American Mercury 105 (Spring 1969):  46-48.

Lorincz, Albert B., Robert E. Kuttner and M. Bertha Brandt.   "Tumor Response to Phenylalanine- Tyrosine-Limited Diets."   Journal of the American Dietetic Association  54 (March 1969):  198-205.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Why Aren't Indians 'Disadvantaged'?"  American Mercury 105 (Fall 1969):  8-9.

Lorincz, Albert B., and Robert E. Kuttner.   "Free Amino Acids in the Pregnant Uterus." American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 105 (November 15, 1969):  925-932.
    [Presented at a meeting of the Chicago Gynecological Society, 15 March 1968.]

Kuttner, Robert E., Albert B. Lorincz, and Robert E. Hickey.  "Constellations of the Zodiac:  A Cultural Rorschach Test?"  Perceptual and Motor Skills 29 (December 1969):  919-921.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "The Chemical Transfer of Intelligence."  American Mercury 105 (Winter 1969): 18-21.

Kuttner, R.E., and A.B. Lorincz.   "The Effect of Catechol Amines on Free Amino Acids in Rat Heart and Other Organs."  Archives Internationales de Pharmacodynamie et de Thérapie 182 (December 1969):  300-309.

 

1970

Kuttner, Robert E., and Albert B. Lorincz.   "Promiscuity and Prostitution in Urbanized Indian Communities."  Mental Hygiene 54 (January 1970): 79-91.
    ["This research was supported by a grant from The Human Genetics Fund."]

Kuttner, Robert E., and Robert E. Hickey.   "Culture and Perception:  A Note on Hallucinogenic Drugs."  Journal of the National Medical Association 62 (January 1970):  25-26.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Caesar's Column: A Forgotten Novel."  American Mercury 91 (Winter 1970): 14-15.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "A Brief Account of Negro History."  The Citizen 14 (March 1970):  4-29.
   [This has a Forward by Henry E. Garrett and is cited in Garrett's IQ and Racial Differences.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Comparative Performance of Disadvantaged Ethnic and Racial Groups." Psychological Reports 27 (October 1970):  372.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Integrated Living."  The Citizen 15 (October 1970):  13-21.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Ethical Relativism:  The Rise and Ruin of an Anthropological Dogma."  Mankind Quarterly 10 (1970):  219-224.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Traces of Alien Influences From UFOs."  Fate 23 (1970): 75-79.

 

1971

[1971-72.  Kuttner works with William Shockley as a research associate at the Electronics Laboratory, Stanford University.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Chromosomes and Intelligence."  Mankind Quarterly 12 (1971):  6-11.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "The Evolution of Astrology."  Astrology Guide 34 (1971):  17+.

Kuttner, Robert E., and Alan B. Weder.   "The Funding of Basic Medical Research."  Journal of the National Medical Association 63 (March 1971):  107-109.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Has The Real Atlantis Been Found?"  Fate 24 (1971):  38-42.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Liberal Strategy Against the Private School System."  The Citizen 15 (1971):  4-9.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Poverty and Sex:   Relationships in a "Skid Row" Slum."  Sexual Behavior 1 (1971):  54-63.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Race Mixing:   Suicide or Salvation?"  American Mercury 107 (Winter 1971):   45-48.

Simonds, C.H.  "The Strange Story of Willis Carto - His Fronts, His Friends, His Philosophy, His 'Lobby for Patriotism'."    National Review 23 (September 10, 1971):   978-989.
    [At page 982:  "Early in 1964, Liberty Lobby's Board of Policy was expanded from thirty members to forty-five.  Among the newcomers were some strange figures: ... Robert Kuttner, associated with Right from 1958 to 1960, and with Western Destiny (where he would soon write:  'Evolutionary ethics defends the duty of the state to control the biological composition of its future population'."]

 

1972

Kuttner, Robert E.  "The Evolution of Schizophrenia."  In Genetic Factors in "Schizophrenia", edited by Arnold R. Kaplan, pp. 539-544.  Springfield, Illinois:  Charles Thomas, 1972.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of The Origins of Alchemy in Graeco-Roman Egypt by Jack Lindsey.  In Mankind Quarterly 12 (January-March 1972):  178-179.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of Plants and Life by P.H.A. Sneath.  In Mankind Quarterly 181 (January-March 1972):   181.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of Physical Anthropology: An Introduction  by A.J. Kelso.  In Mankind Quarterly 181 (January-March 1972):  181-182.

Kutner, Robert E.  Review of The Peace Corps and Pax Americana by Marshall Windmiller.  In  Mankind Quarterly 12 (April-June 1972):  241-242.

Kutner, Robert E.  Review of Anthropology and the Behavioral and Health Sciences edited by Otto von Mering and Leonard Kashdan.   In Mankind Quarterly 12 (April-June 1972):  243.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "A Coward's Bullet Aimed At America."  The Citizen 16 (1972):  4-7.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Ghetto Problems and the Need for Cooperation."  The Universal Voice 5 (1972):  1.

Kuttner, Robert E. and Donald A. Swan.   "Heredity and Environment in the Development of the Brain."  Mankind Quarterly 13 (1972):  67-93.

[2 September 1972. Kuttner speaks at the 17th Annual Leadership Conference of the Citizen's Council of America, in New Orleans.  A long extract from his speech appears in Monte Piliawsky,  Exit 13: Oppression and Racism in Academia (Boston: South End Press, 1982), pp. 73-75, 217n28.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Madagascar's Afro-Indonesians."  The Citizen, 16 (1972):  4-11.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Northern Light on Southern Scene."  The Citizen, 17 (1972):  27-31. by

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Northern Light on Southern Scene."  The Citizen, 17 (1972):  22-29.

 

1973

[1973-75.  Kuttner is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg.  He was brought there by Roger Pearson, who also brought Donald A. Swan onto the faculty.   After Pearson leaves Hattiesburg in 1974, Kuttner succeeds him as department chairman.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "The Asteroids and Spiritual Destiny."  Astrology Guide 36 (1973):  82.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Forgotten Sciences."  American Mercury (Fall 1973):  27.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of The Dispossessed Majority by Wilmot Robertson.  In Mankind Quarterly 14 (October-December 1973):  118-119.

Kuttner, Robert E.  Review of Journal of Indo-European Studies.  In Mankind Quarterly 14 (October-December 1973):  119-120.

 

1974

[Spring 1974.  Roger Pearson's last semester at theUniversity of Southern Mississippi.  He goes to Butte, Montana, and then to Washington, DC.]

Kuttner, Robert E., and Donald A. Swan.   "Biological Aspects of Human Cultural Evolution."  The Southern Quarterly 12 (July 1974):  323-333.
    [This journal is published at the University of Southern Mississippi.  Kuttner is listed as an associate professor of anthropology, Swan as an assistant professor of anthropology.]

 

1975

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Paleolinguistic Evidence for Social Dominance in Early Human Cultures."  The Southern Quarterly 13 (April 1975):  169-174.
    ["This work was part of a project initiated at Stanford University ..."]

[July 1975.  Southern Quarterly, vol. 13, no. 4.  For this issue only, Kuttner is listed on the Editorial Board.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "On Infant Convenience and Female Breast Form."  American Naturalist 109 (September-October 1975):  596.

 

1976

[1976-77.   Kuttner is a Fellow, Department of Physiology, LSU Medical Center, New Orleans.]

[1976.  Kuttner's second marriage.]

Anderson, E.L.  "Racial Revelations."  Review of Race and Modern Science edited by Robert E. Kuttner.  In American Mercury (Summer 1976):  62-63.
    [This is reprinted from American Mercury (Winter 1968).]

 

1977

Chase, Allan.  The Legacy of Malthus:   The Social Costs of the New Scientific Racism.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1977.
    [Published February 23.  At p. 450, in a discussion of texts distributed by the Citizens Council:  "Dr. Garrett's contemporary, Dr. Robert Kuttner, who like Dr. Garrett served as one of the contributing editors listed on the masthead of the short-lived hate sheet Western Destiny , is represented on the Citizens Council Literature List by a pamphlet A Brief Account of Negro History , as well as by the anthology he edited, Race and Modern Science ... "]

Kuttner, Robert E., and John J. Spitzer.   "Gluconeogenesis from Alanine in E. Coli Endotoxin Treated Dogs."   Abstract.  Federation Proceedings 36 (March 1, 1977):  503.
    [Abstract of paper to be presented at the 61st Annual Meeting of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, Chicago, 1-8 April 1977.   Spitzer, a physician, is a colleague of Kuttner in the Department of Physiology, LSU Medical Center.]

Kuttner, Robert.  "White Roots." Spotlight 3 (April 4, 1977):  12-14.

Kuttner, Robert.  "White Roots." Spotlight 3 (April 11, 1977):  8-10.

Kuttner, Robert.  "White Roots."   Spotlight 3 (April 18, 1977): 8-9.

Kuttner, Robert.  "White Roots."   Spotlight 3 (May 1, 1977):  9.

Kuttner, Robert E., and Katherine O. Smith.   "Adolescent Unrest:  A Form of Social Neoteny?"  Psychological Reports 40 (June 1977):  1142.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Negro Roots in Africa."  American Mercury 113 (Fall 1977):  22-29.

Kuttner, Robert E., and Joyce M. Shaw.   "Contributions To Psychohistory:  II.  Toynbee's Study of History:   A Contribution to the Psychology of Crisis Cults and Religion."  Psychological Reports 41 (October 1977):  480-482.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Negro Roots in America."  American Mercury 113 (Winter 1977):  12-17.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Biopolitics:   The Theory of Race Nationalism."  Biopolitics U.S.A. (1977): 25-26.

Kuttner, Robert.  "Biopolitics:   The Validity of Racial Nationalism."  Biopolitics U.S.A. (1977): 26-28.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "An Hypothesis on Vitamin E and Primate Reproductive Cycles."  Proceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences 40 (December 31, 1977):  31-32.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "A Teaching Analogy to Catalyze Understanding of Energy-Rich Organic Phosphates."   Journal of Chemical Education 54 (1977):  577-578.

 

1978

Kuttner, Robert E.  "The Linguistic Affinities of the Scyths." Mankind Quarterly 18 (January-March 1978):   222-226.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Diet in Cancer."  Letter.  In Journal of the American Dietetic Association 72 (April 1978):  425.

Kuttner, Robert E., and John J.Spitzer.   "Gluconeogenesis From Alanine in Endotoxin-Treated Dogs."  Journal of Surgical Research 25 (August 1978):  166-173.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Prehistoric Spina Bifida Occulta."  Letter.  Journal of the American Medical Association 240 (December 8, 1978):  2631.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Conservative Features of Endocrine Evolution."  Proceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences 41 (December 31, 1978):  24-25.

 

1979

Kuttner, Robert E., Steven F. Holtzman and William Schumer.  "A Time Study of Hepatic Glycolytic Intermediates in Endotoxemic and Septic Rats and Mice."  Abstract.  Circulatory Shock 6 (1979):  168-169.
    [Abstract of paper presented at the 2nd Conference on Shock, Williamsburg VA, 7-9 June 1979.  Schumer (b. 1926)  is a professor in and the chairman of the Department of Surgery, Chicago Medical School at the VA Medical Center, North Chicago IL.]

Yates, Ashley J.P., William Schumer, Steven F. Hotlzman and Robert E. Kuttner.  "Endotoxin Role in Perotinitis Septic Shock in Rats."  Abstract.  Circulatory Shock 6 (1979):  183.
    [Abstract of paper presented at the 2nd Conference on Shock, Williamsburg VA, 7-9 June 1979.  The paper is published in Advances in Shock Research (1980).]

Kuttner, Robert E., and William Schumer.   "Effect of Altered Endotoxin Resistance on Survival of Septic Mice."   Abstract.  Federation Proceedings 38 (March 1, 1979):  1193.
    [Paper to be delivered at the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, Dallas, 8 April 1979.]

 

1980

Kuttner, Robert E., and John J. Spitzer.   "The Effect of Endotoxin on Plasma a-aminoisobutyric Acid." Experientia 36 (1980):  215-216.
    [Published in Basel.]

Yates, Ashley J.P., William Schumer, Steven F. Holtzman and Robert E. Kuttner.  "Endotoxin Role in Peritonitis Septic Shock in Rats."   Advances in Shock Research 4 (1980):  63-71.

Kuttner, Robert E., Steven F. Holtzman and William Schumer.   "A Time Study of Hepatic Glycolytic Intermediates in Endotoxemic and Septic Rats and Mice."  Advances in Shock Research 4 (1980):  73-85.

Apantaku, Frank O., Robert E. Kuttner and William Schumer.   "Glucocorticoid Effect on Hexose Monophosphates, ATP, and Glycogen in Endotoxemic Rat Heart."  Surgical Forum 31 (1980):  1-2.

Kuttner, Robert E., Frank O. Apantaku and William Schumer.   "Glycolytic Intermediates in Rat Heart After Endotoxin Treatment."  Circulatory Shock 7 (1980):  405-411.

Kuttner, Robert E., William Schumer, Frank O. Apantaku and Ashley J.P. Yates.  "Regulation of Gluconeogenic Intermediates in Endotoxic and Septic Rat Livers."  Advances in Physiological Science 26 (1980):   219-220.

 

1981

Kuttner, Robert E., Frank O. Apantaku and William Schumer.   "Glucocorticoid Effect on Glycolytic Intermediates in Septic Rat Heart."  Advances in Shock Research 5 (1981):  103-111.

Apantaku, Frank O., Robert E. Kuttner, and William Schumer.  "Glucocorticoid Action on Rat Hepatic Glycolytic Intermediates During Experimental Peritonitis."  Advances in Shock Research 5 (1981):   113-121.

[1981.  Circulatory Shock, vol. 8, no. 2 (1981), p. 253, lists Kuttner as a member of its sponsoring organization, the Shock Society.  He is desscribed as the Chief of the Biochemistry Laboratory and Assistant Professor of Surgery, VA Hospital, North Chicago IL.]

[23 June 1981.  Donald A. Swan dies at the age of 46 in Forrest General Hospital, Hattiesburg, Mississippi.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Apparent Normality and Feigned Sociopathy."  International Journal of Social Psychiatry 27 (Summer 1981):  108-110

[Kuttner is a member of the Editorial Board of the journal Circulatory Shock  from vol. 8, no. 4 (1981) to vol. 17, no. 3 (1985).]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "The Simplest Diet Guide to Health."  Editorial.  Journal of the National Medical Association 73 (September 1981):  787-788.

Kuttner, Robert E., William Schumer, Frank O. Apantaku and Ashley J.P. Yates.   "Regulation of Gluconeogenic Intermediates in Endotoxic and Septic Rat Livers."  In Advances in Physiological Science, vol. 26, Homeostasis in Injury and Shock, edited by Z Biro, Arisztid G.B. Kovach, John J. Spitzer and J.J. Stoner, pp. 219-  .  London:  Pergamon Press, 1981.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "A Coincidence Noted in the Impact Collisions of Space Objects With the Earth - Moon System."  Proceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Science 44 (1981):  7-8.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "The Nature of Extraterrestrial Communication."  Cosmic Search 3 (1981):  20-21.

 

1982

Kuttner, Robert E., William Schumer and Frank O. Apantaku.   "Effect of Endotoxin and Glucocorticoid Pretreatment on Hexose Monophosphate Shunt Activityl in Rat Liver."  Circulatory Shock 9 (1982):  37-45.

Kuttner, Robert E.,  Toshiaki Ebata, Frank O. Apantaku and William Schumer.  "Effect of Glucocorticids on Hepatic Glycolytic Intermediates in Fed Peritonitis Rats."  Abstract.  Circulatory Shock 9 (1982):  163.
    [Abstract of paper to be presented at 5th Annual Conference on Shock, Smugglers' Notch Vt, 9-11 June 1982.]

Ebata, Toshiaki, Robert E. Kuttner, Frank O. Apantaku and William Schumer.  "Effect of a Complement Inhibitor on Hepatic Glycolytic Intermediates and on Survival in Perotinitis Septic Rats."  Abstract.  Circulatory Shock 9 (1982):  206.
    [Abstract of paper to be presented at 5th Annual Conference on Shock, Smugglers' Notch Vt, 9-11 June 1982.]

Kuttner, Robert E., William Schumer, and Frank O. Apantaku.  "Effect of Severe Hemorrhage on Rat Hepatic Glycolytic Intermediates."  Journal of Surgical Research 33 (August 1982):  123-130.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Protohistoric Hepatomancy:  An Oracular Form of Pathology."  Proceedings of the Institute of Medicine of Chicago 35 (1982):  14.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "The Prudence of Suboptimal Biological Performance."  Proceedings of the Institute of Medicine of Chicago 35 (1982):  130.

Piliawsky, Monte. Exit 13: Oppression and Racism in Academia. Boston: South End Press, 1982.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Reintegrative Counseling:  Reversing Secular Dissociation."   Journal of Religion and Health 21 (Winter 1982):  331-335.

 

1983

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Gastrointestinal Tract Including Liver."  In Handbook of Shock and Trauma, vol. 1, Basic Science, pp. 129-147, edited by Burton M. Altura, Allan M. Lefer and William Schumer.  New York:  Raven Press, 1983.

Ebata, Toshiaki, Robert E. Kuttner, Frank O. Apantaku, and William Schumer.  "Effect of a New Synthetic Complement Inhibitor on Hepatic Glycolytic Intermediates in Septic Rats."  Advances in Shock Research 9 (1983):  275-282.

Kuttner, Robert E., Toshiaki Ebata, Frank O. Apantaku and William Schumer.  "The Influence of Glucocorticoids on Hepatic Glycolytic Intermediates in Fed Peritonitis Rats."  Advances in Shock Research 10 (1983):  175-182.

Kuttner, Robert E., and William Schumer.   "Effect of Peritonitis on Key Glucoregulatory Enzymes in Fasted Rat Liver."  Abstract.  Circulatory Shock 10 (1983):  269.
    [Abstract of a paper to be presented at the6th Annual Conference on Shock, Grand Teton National Park, 6-8 June 1983.]

Kuttner, Robert E., and William Schumer.   "Metabolism in Tolerant Rats Lead-Sensitized to Endotoxin."   Abstract.  Circulatory Shock 10 (1983):  272.
    [Abstract of a paper to be presented at the6th Annual Conference on Shock, Grand Teton National Park, 6-8 June 1983.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Not the PhDs."  Letter.  In Nature 304 (August 4, 1983):  390.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Is Child Abuse A Human Instinct?"  International Journal of Social Psychiatry (Autumn 1983):  231-233.

[22 December 1983.  Kuttner and William Schumer submit "Altered Carbohydrate Metabolism in Endotoxin-Tolerant Rats After Lead Sensitization" to Circulatory Shock .]

 

1984

 

Kuttner, Robert E., Takao Sugai, Kiyohiko Yamashita and William Schumer.  "Inhibited Gluconeogenesis Greatly Intensifies the Lethality of Endotoxin."  Abstract.  Circulatory Shock 13 (1984):  83-84.
    [Abstract of a paper to be presented at the 7th Annual Conference on Shock, Toronto, 4-6 June 1984.]

Kuttner, Robert E., Kiyohiko Yamashita, Takao Sugai and William Schumer.  "A Metabolic Basis for the Differing Resistance of Fed and Fasted  Rats to Severe Hemorrhage."  Abstract.  Journal of Trauma 24 (July 1984):  666.
    [Abstract of a paper to be presented at the 44th Annual Session, American Association for the Surgery of Trauma, New Orleans, 20-22 September 1984.]

Kuttner, Robert E.,  and William Schumer.   "Altered Carbohydrate Metabolism in Endotoxin-Tolerant Rats After Lead Sensitization."  Circulatory Shock 13 (1984):  233-240.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Kiddie Porn."   Letter.  The Sciences 24 (September-October 1984):  12.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Infection, Information Theory, and Immunological Detente."  Proceedings of the Institute of Medicine of Chicago 37 (1984):  5.

Kuttner, Robert E., Toshiaki Ebata and William Schumer.   "The Mediated Effect of Endotoxin and Lead Upon Hepatic Metabolism."   Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics 159 (1984):  319-324.

 

1985

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Language in Dementia."  Letter.  British Journal of Psychiatry 146 (February 1985):  211-212.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Ethiopia:  Is There A Cure For Hunger and Hate?"  Editorial.  Journal of the National Medical Association 77 (April 1985):  263-264.

Kuttner, Robert E., Takao Sugai, Ryuichi Denno and William Schumer.  "Response of Liver Glycolytic Intermediates to Endotoxin in the Post-Mature Rat."  Abstract.  Circulatory Shock 16 (1985):  41-42.
   [Abstract of a paper presented at the 8th Annual Conference on Shock, Baltimore, 9-12 June 1985.]

Sugai, Takao, Robert E. Kuttner and William Schumer.  "Persisting Glucocorticoid Hormone Protection in Endotoxic Rats with Inhibited Hepatic Gluconeogenesis."  Abstract.  Circulatory Shock 16 (1985):  43.
   [Abstract of a paper presented at the 8th Annual Conference on Shock, Baltimore, 9-12 June 1985.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Paleolithic Nutrition."  Letter.  New England Journal of Medicine 312 (May 30, 1985):  1458.

Kuttner, Robert E., and William Schumer.   "Liver Gluconeogenic Metabolites in Young and Old Rats During Septic Shock."   Abstract.  Clinical Research 33 (October 1985):  886A.
    [Abstract presented to the 58th Annual Meeting of the Central Society for Clinical Research, held 6-8 November 1985.]

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Defining the Genocidal Mentality."  Proceedings of the Institiute of Medicine of Chicago 38 (1985):  16.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Fraud in Science."  Letter.  In Science 227 (1985):  466.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "The Genocidal Mentality:  Philip II of Spain and Sultan Abdul Hamid II." Omega 16 (1985-86):  35-42.

 

1986

Sugai, Takao, Robert E. Kuttner and William Schumer.   "Persisting Glucocorticoid Hormone Protection in Endotoxic Rats With Inhibited Hepatic Gluconeogenesis."  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 463 (May 1, 1986):  354-355.

Kuttner, Robert E., Takao Sugai, Kiyohiko Yamashita, William Schumer and Lecia M. Apantaku.  "Endotoxin Lethality Is Intensified by Inhibited Gluconeogenesis."  Circulatory Shock 19 (June 1986):  195-201.

Schumer, William, Robert E. Kuttner, Takao Sugai, Kiyohiko Yamashita and Lecia M. Apantaku.  "Hepatic Glycolytic Intermediates in Fed and Fasted Rats After Severe Hemorrhage."  Journal of Trauma 26 (November 1986): 1009-1012.

Kuttner, Robert E.  "Convenience Does Not Explain the Use of the Mayan Duodecimal Number System."  Perceptual and Motor Skills 63 (1986):  930.

 

1987

[February 1987.  Kuttner dies.]

Ebata, Toshiaki, M. Minamida, K. Azuma, Hiroski Hayasaka, Robert E. Kuttner and William Schumer.  "The Influence of Hepatic Carbohydrate Metabolism in Rat Peritonitis Septic Shock."  Abstract.  Circulatory Shock 21 (April 1987):  304.
    [Abstract of paper to be delivered at the 10th Annual Conference on Shock and the 1st International Shock Congress, 7-11 June 1987.]

Schumer, William, and Robert E. Kuttner   "The Effect of Aging on Hepatic Carbohydrate Metabolism in Septic Rats."  Journal of Gerontology 42 (September 1987):  487-490.

 

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