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J. William Fulbright Papers 2nd Accession Speech Index - A

  • ABM (Antiballistic Missile) Views regarding effectiveness, 2.4.69
    • Laird testimony before Foreign Relations Committee, 3.21.69
    • And power politics, 4.18.69
    • General views concerning development of, 4.19.69
    • General views concerning, 4.25.69 (S4057)
    • Russians and development of, 4.27.69
    • Nixon Administration position criticized, 6.22.69
    • And disarmament negotiations, 8.5.69 (S9196)
    • And U. S. security, 8.6.69 (S9238)
    • Need to cut research on, noted, 8.11.69 (S9586)
    • General criticism, 8.12.69 (S9725) 12.3.69
    • Henry Cabot Lodge, "A Citizen Looks at ABM", 7.13.70 (S11376)
    • Nixon's statement regarding, 5.20.71
    • Usefulness of, 9.22.71 (S14785)
    • Russian activity after treaty, 6.12.73 (S10917)
    • Treaty, 6.26.74 (S11598) 7.31.74
  • Abernathy, Ralph, 5.7.68(SF)
  • Abu Simbel, 5.1.60; 5.2.60 (9049)
  • Absolutism, of civil rights advocates, 7.24.57 (12548)
  • Academic freedom, 2.23.60
  • Acheson, Dean, remarks on confirmation of, 9.20.45 (8836); 9.24.45 (8893); 12.13.67 (SF)
    • quoted on US foreign policy, 5.13.47 (5143-4)
    • nomination endorsed, 1.18.49 (463)
    • Republican attacks on, compared to Nazis, 12.18.50; (16691)
    • views on executive power, 3.1.68
    • attitude toward executive supremecy, 7.10.70 (S11054)
  • Adams, John Quincy, quoted, 3.31.68
  • Addresses and speeches:
  • National Business Executives, 5.6.69 (EW)
  • National War College, 5.19.69 (EW)
  • at Princeton University, 5.1.69 (EW)
  • before Joint Economic Committee, 6.4.69 (EW)
  • at Johns Hopkins University, 9.25.69 (EW)
  • to Salvation Army, 12.3.69 (EW)
  • at Washington University, 12.10.69 (EW)
  • Adenauer, Konrad, 3.30.49 (3462)
    • meeting with Senator Fulbright, 6.7.59
    • criticized, 7.23.61
  • Adkins, Homer, discussed, seegeneral folder on 1944 campaign
  • Administration - Indexed separately by Presidents, e.g., Nixon Administration, Johnson Administration.
  • Advertising, expenditures on, 7.13.50 (10051)
  • Aesop, fable of wolves and sheep, 7.30.40
  • Africa, legally owned by European powers, 11.14.47
    • respect for culture of, 4.23.56
    • new nations, 8.23.60
    • resistance to communism, 10.28.63 (20337)
    • See also: by individual countries, as Congo, etc.
  • African Unity Organization, introduction of bill to extend immunity to, 4.10.73 (S6901)
  • Agar, Herbert, quoted on federalism, 7.9.57 (11087)
  • Aggression, defined, 4.17.68
  • Agnew, Spiro, criticism of, 11.19.69 (S14016)
    • his Asian trip referred to, 2.26.70 (SF) (S2401)
    • Byrd amendment, Military Sales Act, and attack on Agnew, 6.26.70 (S9991)
    • his attack on supporters of McGovern, Hatfield Amendment, 8.18.70 (S13584)
    • compared to Goebbels, 6.26.70 (S9991)
  • Agrarianism, in South, 1.19.55
  • Agricultural appropriations for 1962, commended, 6.20.61 (10811)
  • Agricultural products, import controls, 1.23.52 (427-443)
    • research, 7.29.58 (15356)
    • subsidies, compared to tariffs, 2.18.53 (1177)
  • Agricultural surpluses, 8.19.62
    • benefits of, 2.18.53 (1178)
    • distribution, 8.9.60 (16044); 3.21.60
    • sale to Communist nations, 9.24.64 (SF)
  • Agricultural weather service, 5.16.61
  • Agriculture, and education, 6.28.40
    • and U of A, 6.28.40
    • current policies, 2.18.53 (1175-87)
    • effects of tariffs on, 5.4.55 (5619-22)
    • falling prices, 8.9.54 (13676)
    • subsidies for, 8.17.54 (14794)
    • impact of drought, 8.18.54 (14987)
    • credit, 5.19.55
    • progress in Arkansas, 5.19.55
    • county buildings, 1.17.57 (682); 1.14.59 (619)
    • cause of low income in South, 5.18.57
    • aid to farmers in excessive rainfall areas, letter to President, 3.16.58; 3.19.58
    • and US trade, 7.17.58 (14080)
    • benefits under Kennedy Administration, 5.20.61
    • and world politics, 5.15.62 (11596)
    • crop insurance, 6.25.62 (11596)
    • Senate Bill of 1962, 8.1.62
    • importance of Government aid, 8.30.62
    • should not be sacrificed to urban needs, 1.28.65 (SF)
    • soil and water resources, 5.3.66 (SF)
    • aid to large cooperatives, 7.15.66 (SF)
    • optimistic prospects, 8.29.66 (SF)
    • Food for Peace program, 8.29.66 (SF); 8.30.66 (SF)
  • Agriculture, subsidies for rural residents, 12.13.67(SF)
    • 1969 appropriation, 5.29.68 (SF)
  • Agriculture Conservation projects, 4.2.69
    • Farm programs, 7.7.69 (S7619)
    • Food Stamp Program in Arkansas praised, 5.28.70 (S7959)
    • "Rambling Along" by Roy Prewitt, 3.10.71 (S2847)
    • Fish Farming Experimental Stations, 3.10.71 (S2847)
    • Bayh Bill to reduce price supports, 7.15.71 (S11203)
    • Support for Farm Credit Act of 1971, 7.30.71 (S12674)
    • Farm Credit Act, 7.31.71 "They're Farming Catfish By The Acre, But Supply is Still Short", by Roy Reed, in NYT, 8.2.71 (S12795)
    • Mansfield amendment to interim agreement and Jackson amendment, 9.7.72 (S14279)
    • Interim agreement, JWF support for cloture motion on Jackson amendment, 9.13.72 (S14765)
    • Interim agreement, colloquy with Jackson, 9.13.72 ( (S14786)
    • Interim agreement, debate and vote on cloture and amendments, 9.14.72 (S14869) (including JWF amendment)
    • Symington amendment, 9.14.72 (S14881)
    • Muskie amendment, (9.14.72 (S14887)
    • Brooke amendment, 9.14.72 (S14902)
    • Final passage of SJR 241, 9.14.72 (S14911)
    • Interim agreement, on and procedural matters on floor, 9.14.72 (S14868)
    • Times and Post articles, 3.27.73 (S5805)
  • Aid, see foreign aid
  • Airlines, service to South America, 6.16.55 (8410-1)
  • Alaska, magical effect of statehood on, questioned, 3.11.54 (3080)
    • commonwealth status, 6.27.58 (12451-2)
    • special benefits of highway bill, 6.29.60 (14940-2)
  • Alaska and Hawaii, statehood for, effect on continuity, strength, and unity of existing states, 3.29.54 (3950)
    • and unity of existing states, 3.29.54 (3950)
    • statehood for, opposed, 4.1.54 (4331)
    • commonwealth status advocated, 3.29.54 (3948-59)
  • Albania, aid to, 8.17.61 (16142)
  • Alcohol plants, disposal of, 7.27.46 (10273)
  • Algeria, 8.23.59
    • need for self-government, 3.29.54 (3953)
    • independence tribute, 7.3.62
    • foresight of Kennedy's views, 11.24.63
    • wise Gaullist policy towards, 3.6.66
  • Alliance for Progress, 5.9.61 (7628-9); 5.20.61, 11.12.63 (21608), 3.4.65 (SF)
    • not imperialism, 8.6.61
    • and coffee prices, 5.21.63 (9157)
    • loan program, 12.16.63 (24699-704)
    • Inter-American committee , 1.28.64 (SF)
    • and US policy myths, 3.25.64 (SF); 3.22.66; 6.18.66 (SF)
    • in Brazil, 8.9.65
    • and Dominican Crisis, 9.15.65 (SF)
    • Inter-American Bank, 8.23.67 (SF)
    • see also: Latin America
  • Allport, Gordon, quoted, 3.7.66 (SF); 5.5.66
  • Alsop, Joe, JWF never reads columns of, 3.7.66
  • Aluminum, new Alcoa plant at Bauxite, 1.21.51
  • Ambassadors, inability to speak foreign languages, 7.13.50 (10053); 6.9.59 (10288)
    • need for career men, 5.7.59
    • and diplomatic officers, representation allowances, 6.1.59
    • nomination of ambassador to Greece, 12.19.69 (SF) S17229
    • credentials discussed, 4.3.70 (SF) S5033)
    • abuse of Senate confirmation procedures, 6.17.69 (SF) S6549
  • America, moral standards in, 3.27.51 (2904-6)
    • the public mind of America, 5.6.69 (EW)
    • military invincibility of noted, 5.6.69 (EW)
    • the double identity of noted, 5.6.69 (EW)
    • the military man in America discussed, 4.18.69 (EW)
    • the future of America discussed, 6.4.69 (EW)
    • allocation of her resources discussed, 6.4.69 (EW)
    • views on condition of American society, 12.3.69 (EW)
    • see also: United States
  • American character, time-consciousness of, 4.26.51 (4401)
    • compared to communism, 4.26.51 (4401)
    • no aptitude for long-term problems, 4.26.51 (4401)
    • desire for quick solution, 12.5.51
    • materialist solutions of, 3.7.52
    • lack of self-discipline, 3.7.52
    • analysis of, 3.7.52
    • lack of moderation in foreign policy, 3.7.52
    • self-righteousness, 4.23.53
    • political immaturity, 7.31.55
    • materialism and self-interest, 6.3.58
    • comprehensive critique, 8.21.58 (18903-8)
    • similarities to European, 10.7.58
    • psychological strains of Cold War, 4.18.59
    • traditionally introverted, 4.18.59
    • excels in business, 7.2.59 (12563)
    • effects on foreign policy, 7.8.59 (12970-2)
    • lack of self-criticism, 9.9.59 (18774)
    • frustration, 9.1.60
    • chauvinism, 3.26.61
    • concern over bigness, 4.20.61
    • failure to understand world responsibilities, 4.20.61
    • need for consensus, 4.20.61
    • lack of national purpose, 7.28.61
    • anti-intellectualism, 10.13.62
    • periodic intolerance, 5.1.63
    • intolerance and violence, 5.1.63
    • barbarism, 12.5.63
    • legacy of Puritan moralism, 12.5.63
    • impatience with law, 12.5.63
    • myths about Cold War, 3.25.64 (SF)
    • confusion of democracy with capitalism, etc., 3.25.64 (SF)
    • impact of cold war, 4.5.64
    • faith in military solutions to foreign problem, 4.5.64
    • mistrust of government, criticized, 6.26.64
    • attitude toward politicians, 10.16.64
    • excessive idealism, 12.8.64
    • crusading spirit, 3.12.65
    • world's least imperialistic country, 8.9.65
    • unrevolutionary, 9.15.65 (SF)
    • excessive pursuit of consensus, 10.22.65 (SF)
    • intolerance of dissent, 10.22.65 (SF)
    • blind spot toward revolution, 12.8.65
    • conceives enemies as abstractions, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • the Two Americas, 3.22.66
    • strand of Puritanism, 3.22.66
    • intolerance of dissent, 4.21.66
    • arrogance of power, 4.21.66; 4.27.66; 5.5.66
    • lack of empathy with revolution, 4.27.66
    • boorishness abroad, 5.5.66
    • computerized anonymity, 2.2.67
    • regenerative force of youth, 8.8.67
    • technological ethic, criticized, 11.24.68
    • loss of individuality, 11.24.68
    • American national image, 11.3.59
  • American Revolution, origin of current anti-colonialism, 7.4.54
  • American society, analyzed, 11.24.68
    • threat from right, 11.24.68
  • American way of life, 6.7.49 (7333)
    • compared to Russian, 1.19.51
    • depersonalization of, 12.13.67(SF)
  • Amicus Curiae brief, 9.4.58
    • attitude of Supreme Court toward, 3.1.60 (4031)
  • Amortization program, accelerated, 7.26.55 (11509)
  • Angell, Norman, quoted, 7.15.43; 2.13.46
  • Antarctic treaty, 7.1.60 (15421-2); 7.2.60 (15609-10); 8.9.60 (16044-7); 8.10.60 (16096-8) (16113); 4.24.67 (SF)
  • Anti-colonialism, origin in American revolution, 7.4.54
    • development, 3.10.61
  • Anti-intellectualism, swinish blight of, 2.2.54 (1105)
    • and Senator McCarthy, 5.27.54
    • spread of, 6.14.54
  • Anti-lynching bill, and limits of federal peacekeeping powers, 4.1.48 (3950)
  • Antitrust laws, necessary, 6.2.50 (7959)
  • Appeasement, 7.30.40
  • Approval, desire of men for, 10.5.43 (and many others)
  • Aqaba, Crisis, 5.24.67 (SF); 5.23.67; 5.24.67
  • Aqaba War, Israeli attack on USS Liberty, 2.25.68
  • Arab refugees, 4.29.60 (8979); 6.15.60 (12620-1)
    • treatment by Israel, criticized, 5.1.1960
  • Arab states, political capabilities of , 8.31.59 (17355)
    • Russian influence with, 5.24.67 (SF)
  • Arbitration, compulsory, 10.31.46
  • Archbishop of Canterbury, views on Vietnam, 9.25.67
  • Architecture, poor quality in US, 11.24.68
  • Area Redevelopment Bill, 5.13.58 (8523-30); 3.9.61 (3632-7); 6.25.63 (11592-3); 3.14.61 (3869-71)
  • Argentina, admission to UN, criticized, 4.11.46 (3508)
  • Arkansas, economic problems of, 10.18.40
    • problems of education, 4.1.48 (3949)
    • irrigation needs of, 4.13.48 (4374)
    • agriculture, Market News Service, 4.26.49
    • right-to-work law, 10.5.65 (SF)
    • removal of natural wealth from state, 5.4.49 (5592)
    • pronunciation, 5.9.49
    • economic development, 11.8.49; 11.10.65
    • federal irrigation assistance, 2.6.53 (887)
    • ties to South, 8.21.53
    • economic development, 8.21.53
    • handling of racial problems, 8.21.53
    • drought, 8.18.54 (14987)
    • economic opportunities, 5.20.56
    • industrialization, 5.20.56
    • freeze, appeal for disaster aid, 5.1.57
    • floods, 6.6.57 (8457)
    • public works programs, 3.3.58 (3219)
    • water development in, 5.13.58
    • agriculture, 12.17.58
    • water development projects, 4.29.59
    • racial discord, 8.23.59
    • scapegoat for civil rights groups, 9.11.59 (19018)
    • education, 2.3.60 (1961-2)
    • no restrictions on Negro voting, 3.1.60 (3980-90)
    • water resources development, 4.6.60; 8.10.60 (16154)
    • duck hunting, 5.11.61 (7825)
    • hospital construction, 6.5.61
    • economic progress, 11.8.61
    • influence in Congress, 7.20.62
    • prosperity under Democrats, 9.12.62
    • Republican party, 3.28.63
    • water resources redevelopment, 6.18.63
    • folk music, 10.9.63 (19053)
    • benefits of federal programs, 10.26.64
    • voting provisions, 4.30.65 (SF)
    • economic development study commission, 1.20.66
    • Crittenden country, 1.20.66
    • economic effect of foreign aid on, 7.28.66 (SF)
    • Project Green Thumb, 10.3.66 (SF)
    • conservation of Buffalo River, 1.30.67 (SF)
    • Legislature's views on Vietnam, 2.1.67 (SF)
    • Legislature's views on gun control bill, 3.3.67 (SF)
    • water and sewer projects, 3.4.68 (SF)
    • tax-exempt bonds for industrial development, 3.26.68(SF)
    • achievements under Democratic Party, 9.20.68; 9.21.68; 9.26.68; 10.4.68
    • tree farming in noted, 1.15.69 (SF)
    • natural resources in noted, 1.15.69 (SF)
    • tourist attractions in, 3.7.69 (SF) S2432
    • education in Arkansas discussed, 3.7.69 (SF) S5358
    • VISTA program in noted, 5.12.69 (SF) S6116
    • cultural achievements recognized, 6.9.69 (SF) S6116
    • river development project noted, 11.13.69 (SF) S14274
    • football programs in praised, 12.9.69 (SF) S16169
    • pollution problems in, 4.23.70 (SF) S6149
    • fish farming in noted, 4.23.70 (SF) S6143
    • food stamp program in praised, 5.28.70 (SF) S7959
    • folklife festival praised, 7.16.70
    • newspapers - tribute to Arkansas Gazette, 11.20.69 (SF) S14731
  • Arkansas Gazette, 5.6.58 (8108)
    • tribute to, 11.20.69 (S14731)
  • Arkansas Post State Park, survey, 3.12.56 (4451)
  • Arkansas Razorbacks, national champions, 1.12.65 (SF)
  • Arkansas River, control of, 4.13.48 (4376)
  • Arkansas River development, 5.9.49; 7.27.50 (11191); 6.13.56 (10180); 5.29.57 (7940); 5.13.58; 12.17.58; 4.7.59
    • (5403-4); 4.29.59; 4.6.60; 5.18.62; 8.7.64 (SF); 5.18.65; 10.4.68
    • Dardanelle Dam, 7.5.55 (9877); 7.13.55 (10405)
    • presidential veto, 4.25.58 (7382-3)
  • Arkansas River Project, criticism by Life Magazine, 8.20.63 (15388-90)
  • Arkansas State College, financial needs, 12.17.58
  • Armaments Race, leads to war, 9.9.63 (16535)
  • Armed forces, civilian supremacy, 4.26.51 (4401)
    • need for faith in leadership of, 4.26.51 (4402)
    • strength, 5.14.59 (8146)
    • civilian control, 8.2.61 (14433)
    • need for both nuclear and conventional forces, 11.21.62
  • Arms Control and Disarmament Act, 6.17.63 (10959-60)
  • Arms Race, Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and arms race, 3.10.69 (SF) S2556
  • American Industry, 4.18.69
    • General views concerning, 4.19.69 (EW)
    • Problem of, 5.19.69 (EW)
    • Views on halting it, 6.4.69 (EW)
    • General views concerning, 4.3.70 (SF) S5037
    • Possibilities and consequences, 7.18.74 (S12889)
    • Statement on, 7.31.74
  • Army-Navy Hospital at Hot Springs, 9.11.59 (19104)
  • Army, Intelligence Act, criticized, 3.12.70 (SF) S3644
    • Article by Christopher Pyle, "Conus Revisited, The Army Covers Up," 7.6.70 (S10557)
    • Surveillance of civilian and political activities, letter from Air Force sent to Ervin, 7.13.70 (S11143)
  • Army Reserve, 7.22.62
  • Arnold, Phillip, Department of State report of nomination of, 5.18.72 (S8077)
  • Aron, Raymond, quoted, 12.8.64; 5.4.65
  • Arrogance of Power, 4.21.66; 4.27.66
    • root cause of war, 5.5.66
    • role of foreign aid in causing, 7.26.66 (SF)
  • Art, German paintings, in US, 4.22.48 (4744)
    • exhibition of German paintings, 2.25.49 (1556)
    • and the Fulbright Program, 2.28.59
    • abstract, 10.29.59
    • Smithsonian Institute Exhibits , 7.23.69 (EW)
  • Artistic freedom, and Russia, 9.11.63 (16814)
  • Arts, federal encouragement for, 3.22.58
    • role of, 6.6.58
    • site for Kennedy Center, 8.23.65 (SF)
    • see also:Cultural Center
  • Asaki Evening News interview, U.S.-Japan relations, Middle East and oil, role of Congress, Watergate, executive privilege, 6.28.73
  • Ascoli, Max, 4.16.59
  • Ashmore, Harry, tribute, 5.6.58 (8108)
  • Asia, respect for culture of, 4.23.56
    • revolutionary transitions, 12.8.65
    • historic US role in, 7.22.66 (SF)
    • nature of communism in, 1.21.68
    • American policy toward, 3.31.68
    • see also: Far East, Southeast Asia, China, Vietnam, etc.
  • Asian Development Bank, 3.2.66 (SF); 9.20.66; 4.19.69 (EW); 3.4.70 (SF) S2931
  • Asian Doctrine, 7.22.66 (SF)
  • Astronauts, sale of life stories, criticized, 10.2.63 (18544)
    • see also: Space Program
  • Aswan Dam, 11.22.56
    • failure of US aid has driven Egypt away from West, 4.30.57
    • analysis of US policy, 8.14.57 (14703-9)
    • and Middle East Policy, 6.7.59
  • Athens, Periclean Age, 6.29.61 (11703)
  • Atlantic Alliances, 11.19.64
    • damage from US Middle East Policies, 1.24.57
    • promise of, 4.11.62
    • core of world concert of Free Nations, 4.30.63
    • unsettling influences, 11.30.63
    • political institutions, 12.12.64
    • assessment of current problems, 5.4.65
  • Atlantic Assembly, 11.19.64; 5.4.65
  • Atlantic Charter, criticized by C. B. Luce, 2.16.43 (1011)
    • and Russian expansion, 2.18.45
  • Atlantic Community, 12.8.47
    • US leadership, 1.18.51
    • heart of Western civilization, 11.21.62
    • increase cooperation, 5.8.64
    • relations to world, 5.4.65
  • Atlantic Highway, need to defend, 7.30.40
  • Atlantic partnership, 11.21.62
  • Atlantic unity, challenge of de Gaulle, 4.30.63
  • Atomic bomb, significance of, 10.20.45
    • inspection and control of, 10.20.45
    • effect on popular thinking, 10.20.45
    • and the UN, 10.20.45
    • has weakened American defense, 11.8.45
    • UN inspection urged, 11.8.45
    • and disarmament, 11.26.45 (10973)
    • suspicion caused by testing of, 3.29.46 (2791-2)
    • cannot be outlawed, 4.11.45 (3509)
    • politics in development of, 5.15.47 (5340)
    • control of, 5.20.47 (5511)
  • Atomic energy, 10.4.45 (9399)
    • international control of, 4.11.46 (3507-9)
    • Lilienthal report on control of, 5.17.46
    • beneficial aspects of, 11.5.47
    • US could have used its monopoly on to promote peace, 1.19.51
    • peacetime uses, 9.18.51 (11501)
    • profits for education, 7.26.54 (12003-6)
    • medical uses of, 2.14.55
  • Atomic weapons, should not be shared with allied, 12.14.56
    • test ban, 6.16.57; 6.17.57 (9318-9, 9323); 2.4.58 (1625)
    • see also: Nuclear Weapons
  • Atwood, William, quoted, 6.20.67 (SF)
  • Austria, success of Fulbright Program, 6.26.52 (8113)
    • neutrality of, 6.17.55 (8602)
    • tribute to, 6.17.55 (8604)
    • treaty, 6.17.55 (8601-4); 8.19.62
    • exchange program with, 1.1.60
    • in twentieth century, 5.11.65
    • example of East-West accord, 5.11.65
    • Austro-Hungarian Empire, dissolution of, unwise, 4.23.53
    • 1955 treaty, 12.13.67 (SF)
  • Automotive agreement with Canada, 4.30.65 (SF)
  • Aviation, postwar controls on, 2.1.43 (1011)