Series 5. Speeches and Articles

Boxes 29-40

Files consist of major Fulbright speeches, including those for the years 1943-1974; a speech index; published statements and articles for the years 1975-1993; speeches delivered on the Senate floor and elsewhere, 1974; other senatorial speeches for the years 1967-1969; speech materials dating from 1953 to 1986; testimony before Senate committees, especially the Foreign Relations Committee; and materials concerning books, including correspondence with publishers, requests for autographs, and responses to books.

Box 29

  1. Index: Major Speeches, 1943-1982.
  2. Major Speeches, 1943-1948.
  3. Major Speeches, 1951-1961.
  4. Major Speeches, 1962-1964.
  5. Major Speeches, 1965-1966.
  6. Major Speeches, 1967-1969.

Box 30

  1. Major Speeches, 1970-1974.
  2. Speeches and Articles, 1975.
  3. Speeches and Articles, 1976.
  4. Speeches and Articles, 1977-1979.

Box 31

  1. Speeches and Articles, 1980.
  2. Speeches and Articles, 1981-1983.
  3. Speeches and Articles, 1986-1987.

Box 32 Senate Floor Speeches

  1. Norfolk Bridge Project, January 21, 1974.
  2. Announcement of MIA Hearings, January 22, 1974.
  3. Economic Planning and Development, January 23, 1974.
  4. Vietnam Cease-fire and MIAs, January 24, 1974.
  5. S. Res. 254 Propane Prices, January 29, 1974.
  6. Doc Walker Day, February 7, 1974.
  7. Termination of Foreign Aid, February 7, 1974.
  8. Propane Prices, February 8, 1974.
  9. Energy Bill, February 19, 1974.
  10. Sermon by Rev. William Shows, February 19, 1974.
  11. The Concorde, February 19, 1974.
  12. Senate Resolution 285 Pay Raises, February 19, 1974.
  13. Hill-Burton Hospital Construction Program, February 21, 1974.
  14. Statement Before McGovern Subcommittee on Agricultural Fertilizer Shortage, February 21, 1974.
  15. Senate Bill 2932 Veterans' Pension (Cosponsor), February 21, 1974.
  16. Baltimore Sun Editorial—Fulbright and Truman, March 4, 1974.
  17. Transportation Problem, March 4, 1974.
  18. Price Trend of Gasoline, March 4, 1974.
  19. Winter Daylight Saving Time and AMDT to Minimum Wage Bill, March 7, 1974.
  20. Remarks of Solzhenitsyn, March 8, 1974.
  21. REAP Program, April 22, 1974.
  22. Hidden Money in Foreign Aid, May 6, 1974.
  23. "Senator Fulbright: The Nation's Loss" by Stuart Symington, June 19, 1974.
  24. "J. William Fulbright" by Frank Church, June 21, 1974.
  25. Israeli Bombing Raids on Lebanon, June 21, 1974.
  26. Normalizing Relations with the Soviet Union: Avenues and Obstacles, June 24, 1974.
  27. World Indebtedness to Fulbright by Stuart Symington, June 27, 1974.
  28. Fulbright: He Leaves a Large Gap by Stuart Symington, June 27, 1974.
  29. Brooks Hays Talks About Fulbright, July 10, 1974.
  30. Detente Between the US and USSR, July 16, 1974.
  31. South Korean Defendants, July 18, 1974.
  32. The Congress and Strategic Arms, July 18, 1974.
  33. Kissinger Role in Wiretapping, August 7, 1974.
  34. Immunity and Amnesty, August 9, 1974.
  35. Health Care: America's Newest Export, August 22, 1974.
  36. Israeli Attacks on Lebanon, August 22, 1974.
  37. Interview in Women's Wear Daily, September 16, 1974.
  38. Foreign Aid Amendments to Continuing Appropriations, September 30, 1974.
  39. Unprinted Amendment to Foreign Aid Bill (H.J. Resolution 1131), October 1, 1974.
  40. James George Abourezk on Fulbright's Speech at Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri, November 18, 1974.
  41. George Kennan Article—Realities of Detente, December 18, 1974.
  42. Report on Visit to People's Republic of China, December 18, 1974.
  43. Roswell Garst Letter—Experiences with Russians, December 18, 1974.
  44. Looking Back and Looking Ahead (Farewell Remarks), December 19, 1974.
  45. Political Contribution of Ambassadorial Nominees, December 19, 1974.
  46. A Better Way (Exchange Program), December 19, 1974.
  47. Tribute to Kennedy Center, December 20, 1974.
  48. Tribute to Senator George D. Aiken, December 20, 1974.
  49. Retirement Tributes to Senator Fulbright, December 1974.

Box 33 Speeches Given Elsewhere

  1. "The Meaning of the CIA Affairs," April 1967 (1 of 2).
  2. "The Meaning of the CIA Affairs," April 1967 (2 of 2).
  3. "Beyond Coexistence," May 1967.
  4. "The War and Its Effects," December 8, 1967.
  5. Vietnam, 1967-1968
  6. Vietnam, 1968
  7. Vietnam, 1969
  8. "My Position on Vietnam," n.d.
  9. "The Quality of American Life," n.d.

Box 34 Speeches Given Elsewhere

  1. Announcement of Campaign Manager, January 2, 1974.
  2. "The Rewards of Adversity," Princeton University, January 25, 1974.
  3. Bumpers's Announcement for Senate, March 13, 1974.
  4. Speech on Bumpers's Refusal to Debate, May 13, 1974.
  5. Today Show, May 29, 1974.
  6. The Fall of Senator Fulbright by Pierre Salinger, S-1974.
  7. Meet the Press, July 9, 1974.
  8. Memorial Service for Wayne Morse, July 30, 1974.
  9. Ambassadorship to Great Britian, September 23, 1974.
  10. "The Clear and Present Danger," Westminster College, November 2, 1974 (1 of 3).
  11. "The Clear and Present Danger," Westminster College, November 2, 1974 (2 of 3).
  12. "The Clear and Present Danger," Westminster College, November 2, 1974 (3 of 3).
  13. Career Retrospective—National Press Club, December 18, 1974.
  14. National Press Club, December 18, 1974.

Box 35 Speeches Given Elsewhere

  1. Testimony on United Nations—Foreign Relations Committee, May 8,1975.
  2. Testimony Before Subcommittee on Select Education, September 10, 1980.
  3. Testimony Before Cong. Dellums's Subcommittee, March 16, 1982.
  4. Testimony Before Foreign Relations Committee, November 16, 1983.
  5. Statement of J.W. Fulbright Before Foreign Relations Committee—"Meaning of ABM Treaty," March 11, 1987.
  6. Miscellaneous.

Box 36

  1. Speech Material, 1953-1968, n.d.
  2. Speeches, Speech Drafts and Notes, 1954-1972, n.d.
  3. Speech Material, 1955-1956, n.d.
  4. Speech Material, 1956-1974.
  5. Speeches and Speech Material, 1959-1960.
  6. Speeches and Speech Material, 1962-1969 (1 of 2).
  7. Speeches and Speech Material, 1962-1969 (1 of 2).

Box 37

  1. Speech Material, 1967, 1974, n.d.
  2. Notes— Spiro T. Agnew, 1968-1970, n.d.
  3. Speech Material, 1968-1971, n.d.
  4. Speech Material, 1971-1974, n.d.
  5. Speech Material, 1975-1979.
  6. Speech Material, 1980-1987.

Box 38 Statements and Articles

  1. Washington Post, July 7, 1975.
  2. Washington Post, July 13, 1975.
  3. Columbian Journalism Review, November 1975.
  4. Skeptic Magazine, March/April 1976.
  5. Washington Star, September 3, 1978, re Camp David Summit.
  6. Newsweek, September 11, 1978, re Camp David Summit.
  7. Miami Herald, March 25, 1979.
  8. Newsweek, "We're Tongue-tied," July 30, 1979.
  9. New York Times Op-Ed, April 6, 1980.
  10. Independence News, April 14, 1980.
  11. Washington Post, "Who Should Choose the President," September 13, 1980.
  12. Foreword to "Students and Scholars in International Interchange," March 1981.
  13. Miami Herald, "If I Were a Senator Today," August 9, 1981.
  14. Washington Post, "Another Gulf of Tonkin?" August 23, 1981.
  15. San Jose Mercury, November 1, 1981.

Box 39 Statements and Articles

  1. Post, July 15, 1982.
  2. London Telegraph, February 1983.
  3. Post—Henry Mitchell, May 6, 1984.
  4. New York Times, ca. December 1984.
  5. New York Times, June 3, 1985.
  6. Article for U.K. 40th Anniversary, February 1986.
  7. Modern Maturity, "Outlook for Peace," April/May 1986.
  8. Orlando Sentinel, November 14, 1986.
  9. "Fulbright," Aired December 1986.
  10. Chronicle of Higher Education, December 10, 1986.
  11. Preface for Annals, May 1987
  12. Op-Ed Piece—Chicago Tribune, April 19, 1989.
  13. Op-Ed Piece—New York Times, April 29, 1990
  14. New Choices, November 1992.
  15. Japan Scope, June 1993.

Box 40

  1. Books, 1967, 1976-1982.
  2. Books, 1983-1988.
  3. Books, 1989.
  4. Books, 1989-1990.
  5. Books, 1991.
  6. Books, 1992-1993.

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