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

  • C-51, views concerning development of, 9.9.69 (SF) S10311
  • CBW, see Chemical Biological Warfare
  • Cabinet members, reports of, 11.26.43 (10042)
  • Cadillacs, with fur-lined floors, 9.2.59 (11739)
  • Caldwell, Berry, interview with, 1.18.73 (S1009)
  • Calhoun, John C., concurrent majority, 1.19.55; 4.20.61
  • California, electric power in, 3.23.45 (2656); 3.7.45 (2818)
  • Calley, Lt., and the Laotian incursion, 4.1.71
  • Cambodia, also see and Cambodia Invasion
    • Concerning developments in U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, 5.26.70
    • "Issues and Answers," ABC-TV, 5.17.70
    • Concerning military aid to, Committee on Foreign Relations, 5.26.70
    • Invasion of, editorial, "Feet on the Flypaper," critical of Nixon, 6.2.70 (S8164)
    • Invasion of, and media propaganda concerning, discussed, 6.29.70 (S10149, 10150)
    • " Face the Nation," 7.5.70
    • Article by Richard Dudman, "Experiences and Observations in Cambodia," 7.7.70 (S10654)
    • Results of U.S. operations in, article by T, D. Aliman in Far East Economic Review, 7.30.70 (S12443)
    • Growing U.S. Involvement in, "Cambodia: Into an Iceberg War," by T. D. Aliman, 8.17.70 (S13516)
    • Mideast, SALT, "Meet the Press," 8.23.70
    • Military aid for, memo from President on determination, 8.31.70 (S14687)
    • Recent developments (memo from Dept. of State), Nixon doctrine, U.S. personnel involvement in arms
    • request, 8.31.70 (S14689)
    • U.S. Military Operations in Cambodia, Secret War, 10.14.7O (S18O67)
    • Economic and military aid to, 11.20.70 (press release)
    • Special Foreign Aid Assistance Act of 1971, Gravel amendment re: additional money for military, 12.15.70 (S20188)
    • Special Foreign Assistance Act of 197l, Gravel Amendment to eliminate supplemental millions to Cambodia, 12.16.70
    • S20295)
    • Opening statement on hearings for foreign aid to Cambodia, Cambodian Resolution, (Cooper-Church),
    • 12.10.70
    • Financing war in, 2.15.71
    • Legislative history of military restrictions, 1.17.71 (S369)
    • U.S. funds ceiling3 10.23.71 (S17077)
    • U.S. aid to, letter to Compt. Gen. of U. S., 1.28.71
    • Widening of war in S. E. Asia, 1.29.71, (S530)
    • Nixon, "U.S. Policy Toward Cambodia," 1.29.71 (S530)
    • 1970 statement by Sec. of State Rogers concerning, 1.29.71 (S530)
    • Article by Dan Harrison, Dermott, Ark. News, 3.24.71 (S3783)
    • Symington Amendment to Foreign Assistance Act, 10.29.71 (S17170)
    • Gravel perfecting amendment to Foreign Assistance Act re, 10.29.71 (S17172)
    • Bradsher article, "Reds Top Cambodia Aid", 9.28.72 (S16257)
    • POW's in, 1.24.74 (S419)
    • Cambodian Invasion, see alsoCambodia and Foreign Military Sales Act (1970)
    • Early developments noted, 5.5.70 (SF) S6694
    • Mail concerning, 5.13.70 (S7699)
    • Invasion criticized, 5.15.70 (S7241)
    • Nixon decision to invade criticized, 5.28.70 (S7106)
    • Nixon decision to ship arms criticized, 5.28.70 (S8031)
    • Cooper-Church Amendment, 6.9.70 (S8628)
    • Byrd amendment, 6.10.70 (S8780)
    • Presidential powers as CIC, 6.10.70 (7.10.70?)
    • Forthcoming presidential report on Cambodia, with article by Ernest May and Thomas C. Schalling, 6.29.70 (S10150)
  • Camelot project, 8.25.65 (SF); 9.15.65 (SF)
  • Campaign expenditures, committee to investigate, 2.22.56 (3106-8)
    • TV - JWF states he will vote to override veto, 11.23.70
    • Announcement of Campaign Manager, 1.2.74
    • Probably issues, 3.30.74
    • Refusal of Bumpers to debate, 5.13.74
    • Reasons for defeat, 5.29.74
  • Campaign of 1942, described, 2.19.46
    • see also:according to topic
  • Campaign of 1944, seegeneral folder under this title, not indexed
  • Campbell Soup Company, bureaucratic snarl, 2.7.64 (SF)
  • Campbell, W. W., nomination to Federal Reserve Board, 12.2.58
  • Camus, Albert, quoted, 4.11.62; 3.14.66; 3.22.66; 4.21.66
  • Canada, and Inter-American organizations, 3.15.45 (2025-6)
    • US relations with, 1.19.54 (432-3), 9.28.66
    • US partnership with, 5.16.63
    • historic American insensitivity toward, 5.16.63
    • U. S. Foreign policy and Canada, 6.8.70 (S8558)
    • and U. S. foreign policy, article by Clayton Fritchey, 6.8.70 (S8558)
  • Capehart, Senator Homer, colloquy with, concerning RFC, 4.13.51 (3840), (3847)
  • Capitalism, provides better living standard, 11.27.44
  • defensible because of material benefits, 3.28.45 (2899)
  • Capital punishment, abolished in Russia, 11.14.47
  • Caraway, Hattie, eulogy, 12.21.50 (16899)
  • Carlson, Senator Frank, tribute, 1.23.68(SF)
  • Carlyle, Thomas, quoted, 4.28.66, 1.25.74, 11.2.74
  • Carroll, Walter, article, "Indochina Strife has Warped our Ideals, Let Reds into Middle East," 6.4.70 (S8372)
  • Carswell, Harold, views concerning nomination to Supreme Court, 3.26.70 (S4638)
  • Case, Clifford, colloquy with, regarding Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, 3.10.69 (S2556)
  • Case, Senator Francis, colloquy with, 2.6.56 (2019-20)
  • Cash, James B., appointment, 8.18.58
    • as deputy commissioner of FHA, 2.2.61 (1637)
  • Castro, Fidel, criticized, 8.11.59 (15437)
    • popular support of, 8.11.59 (15437)
  • Catholic Church, attacks on, 7.24.57 (12548)
  • Cavanaugh, Jerome, quoted, 8.8.67
  • Ceiling prices, of strawberries, 3.16.44 (2657)
  • Census, inequities in its taking in Arkansas noted, 6.25.70 (S9851)
  • Central America, aid, 3.28.63
    • imports, 1.23.52 (427-43)
    • production and consumption, 1.23.52
    • protective tariffs, 2.18.53 (1176-7)
  • Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 1.31.62 (1326), (1328)
    • and separate espionage from other operations, 4.30.61
    • should have no direct link with President, 6.28.60 (14736)
    • influence of Dulles brothers, 5.16.66 (SF)
    • influence on foreign policy, 5.16.66 (SF)
    • McCarthy Resolution, 5.16.66 (SF)
    • proposed Senate committee on, 7.
    • should be limited to gathering information, 2.19.67
    • involvement in student activities, 2.19.67
    • public reaction to disclosures about, 3.19.67
    • views concerning, 6.22.69 (EW)
    • Symington amendment to Defense Appropriations for 1972, 11.23.71 (S19521)
  • Centralization, and cloture, 2.4.49 (1873), (1874)
    • opposed, 12.3.58
  • Ceylon, appointment of Maxwell Gluck as ambassador to, 7.2.57
  • Chamber of Commerce, work in foreign aid, 4.30.57
  • Chanceries, prohibited in residential areas, 7.5.62 (12742); 1.31.63 (1453); 7.24.63 (13214)
  • Charity, corrosive effect of, 7.26.66 (SF)
  • Chau, Tran Ngoc, mentioned, 4.3.70 (S5025)
  • Checks and balances, lever of compromise, 2.1.49
  • Cheese, embargo, 10.19.51 (13555); 1.30.52 (633-4); 6.4.52 (6556-7)
    • trade in, 1.28.52 (538-40)
  • Chemical Biological Warfare, views concerning 11.19.69, (S14532)
    • Geneva Protocol of 1925, 11.25.69 (S15024)
    • Nixon Administration and, 11.25.69 (S15024)
    • Nixon Administration position praised, 2.19.70 (S1516)
    • Views re transfer of Pine Bluff Arsenal, 4.1.70 (S4782)
    • Geneva Protocol, 6.8.71, 7.16.71
    • Geneva Protocol, 6.8.71 (S8486) and 7.15.71 (311325)
    • "Pentagon Fights Herbicide Ban," by B. Nossiter, 7.16.71 (S11325)
    • Convention on biological weapons of U.S. & USSR, 8.6.71 (S13729)
    • Use in Cambodia, 11.15.71
  • Chessman, Caryl, European opposition to execution, criticized, 2.19.60 (3072)
  • Chessman case, procedures criticized, 3.1.60 (3988)
  • Chiang Kai-Shek, 7.2.59 (12598)
  • Chiang Kai-Shek, Madame, status in US questioned, 10.3.66 (SF)
  • Chicago Tribune, 3.28.45 (2897)
    • anglophobia of, 4.26.51 (4406)
  • Chicken War, see: Common Market
  • Chief Executive, dual role of, 5.5.61
    • preeminent role in foreign affairs, 3.9.63
    • see also:President, Executive
  • Chief Justice - nomination of Warren Burger to be 6.9.69 (SF) S6192
  • Child Care, Center for Early Development, Dr. Bettye Caldwell, 1.19.72 (S35)
    • Cosponsor of Head Start Act, etc., with statement, re to Kramer School and Caldwell, 6.19.72 (S9666)
    • In H.R. 1.10.17.72 (S18489)
  • Childhood Development, "Flights from Children," by William V. Shannon, 7.15.71 (S11105)
    • Interview with Dr. Bettye Caldwell, 1.18.73 (S1009)
  • Chile, copper allocation from, 6.11.52 (7032)
    • Project Camelot, 8.25.65 (SF); 9.15.65 (SF)
    • present election in Chile, "Child: Test on American Maturity," by Ralph Dungan, 9.28.70 (S16585)
  • China, 4.4.60
    • danger of revolution in, 2.1.43
    • industrial prospects of, 12.10.43
    • communist revolution in, 2.8.49
    • dangers of war with, 12.11.50 (16391)
    • implication of war with, if US aids Indochina's civil war, 12.11.50 (16393)
    • revolution in, US action not appeasement, 12.18.50 (16694)
    • entry into Korean war, 1.18.51
    • guerilla warfare and sabotage in, urged, 1.18.51
    • pre-communist social unrest, 1.18.51
    • dangers of attack upon, 4.26.51 (4407)
    • US policy in, 9.27.49 (13290-1); 1.18.51
    • US policy should be flexible, 7.2.54 (9588)
    • US policy on, criticized, 8.6.58 (16317-20)
    • need for US flexibility toward, 9.15.63
    • flexible US policy needed, 3.25.64 (SF)
    • challenge to US policy, 12.8.64
    • nationalist, US aid, 8.4.61 (14711)
    • communist control of, 6.7.49 (7333)
    • solidity of communist regime, 6.16.57
    • economic development, 12.4.58
    • invasion of Tibet, 4.8.59 (5491)
    • great leap forward, 3.5.60 (4555)
    • governmental process, 5.5.61
    • protection by US seventh fleet, 2.6.53 (915); 8.17.54 (14794)
    • trade, presidential powers, 6.6.57 (8479-90)
    • need to continue embargo against, 1.23.58 (801)
    • admission of US newsmen to, 8.20.57 (15264)
    • travel to, 8.20.57 (15266)
    • probably not dominated by Russia, 7.20.54
    • Russia may someday ally with US against, 1.9.55
    • greater danger than Russia, 7.31.55
    • possible Titoist break with Russia, 6.16.57
    • threat to Russia, 8.23.59
    • differences with Russia, 3.26.61
    • friction with Russia, 3.10.61
    • disagreements with Russia, 8.19.62
    • admission to UN, opposed, 7.2.54 (9588); 7.4.54; 7.8.54 (10002-3)
    • US cannot veto admission to UN, 10.23.60
    • admission to UN, opposed, 7.23.61
    • recognition of, 7.20.54; 6.16.57; 5.8.58 (8295); 5.17.59; 8.23.59; 7.30.61
    • recognition, opposed, 12.8.64
    • by France, 3.25.64 (SF)
    • chauvinism of, 12.8.65
    • aggressive design of, 12.8.65
    • alternative policies toward, 12.8.65
    • pre-emptive war against, criticized, 12.8.65
    • prospect for moderation in, 12.8.65
    • diplomatic recognition of, 12.8.65
    • possible involvement in Vietnam, 2.21.66
    • power contest with, in Vietnam, 3.1.66 (SF)
    • fearful of American power, 3.1.66
    • nuclear development, 3.6.66
    • domination of SE Asia by, inevitable, 3.6.66
    • compared to US South after Civil War, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • humiliation by West, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • roots of national Anervous breakdown 3.7.66 (SF)
    • Opium Wars, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • depredations by Japan, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • Boxer Rebellion, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • rich civilization of, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • ideological dogmatism of, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • participation in Vietnam, 3.13.66
    • US should seek to open communications with, 3.20.66
    • preoccupied with internal affairs, 3.20.66
    • seating in UN, 3.20.66
    • does not control Vietcong or Hanoi, 3.21.66 (SF)
    • gap between words and acts, 3.22.66
    • danger of war with, cannot be discounted, 3.22.66
    • withdrawal from Korea, 3.22.66
    • may not desire military and political domination of neighbors, 3.22.66
    • revolution analyzed, 4.27.66
    • rich and self-contained history, 4.27.66
    • difficulties with Europe in 19thCentury, 4.27.66
    • gap between words and actions of, 4.27.66
    • relations with Taiwan, 5.5.66
    • conceptual contracts to Western thought, 5.5.66
    • extend friendship to, 5.5.66
    • trade with Germany, 7.26.66 (SF)
    • US should not oppose UN membership, 10.4.66
    • incapable of Asian conquest, 1.26.67; 2.6.67
    • epidemic in, US should offer aid, 3.3.67 (SF)
    • possible Vietnam intervention, 5.24.67 (SF)
    • and Vietnam war, 10.3.67(SF)
    • border dispute with India, 10.12.67(SF)
    • role in Asia, 1.21.68
    • diplomatic recognition advocated, 3.31.68
    • UN membership advocated, 3.31.68
    • Open Door policy, 3.31.68
    • relations with discussed, 1.25.69 (EW)
    • containment of as a myth, 5.6.69 (EW)
    • their views towards Vietnam appraised, 3.7.69 (SF) S2459
    • Relations with, discussed 1.25.69, 6.17.69 (S6551)
    • Vietnam and generally, 3.7.69 (S2459)
    • Their views toward Vietnam appraised, 3.7.69 (S2459)
    • Containment of, 5.1.69
    • Containment of as a myth, 5.6.69
    • Sino-Soviet split referred to, 10.21.69
    • U.S. Foreign Policy and, 4.23.70 (S6145)
    • And U. S. Relations, 5.1.71
    • U. S. relations with, 7.7.71 (S10588)
    • JWF on Presidents trip, 7.16.71
    • Nixon's visit, 7.16.71
    • JWF comments on the President's visit to China, 8.6.71 (S13755)
    • Letter from Prof. Maurice Waters, "China in the UN," 11.15.71 (S18515)
    • Article on history of relations with China, Scrout, 2.14.72 (S1616)
    • Article on Nixon's visit to China, Reston, 2.16.72 (S1825)
    • Article about Chinese Army, Burns, 4.19.72 (S6322)
    • Comments on Mansfield report, 5.11.72 (S7757)
    • Powell articles on social patterns and institutions, 3.22.73 (S5483)
    • Reconstrucing relations with China, 6.21.73
    • Simple Life style, 11.2.74
  • Chisholm, Brock, quoted, 5.5.66; 5.10.66
  • Christianity, and equality, 9.16.42
    • antithesis of fascism, 4.30.44
    • threatened by communism, 5.17.46
    • and individualism, 6.16.47
    • decline in Western civilization, 10.8.53
    • contrasted with democracy, 12.8.65
    • ill effect of, in China, 3.7.66 (SF)
  • Christian colleges, importance to education, 6.4.51
  • Chocolate, duty on, 6.19.48 (7709)
  • Church Amendment, Foreign Assistance Act, to reduce military aid authorization, 10.29.71 (S17198)
  • Church, Frank, mentioned, 2.17.69 (S1844) (S1845?)
    • tribute, 11.29.67 (SF) 12.8.67 (SF)
  • Church-Allott Amendment, Foreign Assistance Acts re Development Loan Fund, 10.29.71 (S17176)
  • Churchill, Winston, 11.2.74
    • critic of Munich, 2.16.43 (1012)
    • quoted on European unification, 5.15.47 (5316)
    • quoted, 8.21.61
    • quoted on criticism, 4.21.66
  • Cigarette Smoking, use of Avena Sativa to stop, article by Dr. C. L Anand, 2.25.72 (S2611)
  • Citizenship, loss of, by voting in foreign election, 7.29.46 (10346)
  • Civil Disorders, 8.2.67 (SF) demand freedom and social justice, 8.8.67 and Vietnam War, 8.8.67
  • Civil Rights, and Russia, 11.14.47
    • states acting upon, 3.5.48 (1911)
    • Northern interference in, 4.12.48 (4320)
    • and Cloture, 3.4.49 (1863-77)
    • transitory issue, 3.5.49 (1911)
    • legislation, categorically opposed, 6.16.57
    • views of Arthur Krock, 7.8.57 (10965)
    • metropolitan political issue, 7.9.57 (11081)
    • view of Washington Star, 7.19.57 (12131)
    • legislation, destructive of community, 7.24.57 (12548)
    • absolutist dogmas of, 7.24.57 (12548)
    • law not able to solve, 7.24.57 (12548)
    • dangers to individual from, 7.30.57 (12990)
    • legislation criticized, 12.17.58
    • and the Stella School District, 2.17.60 (2756-64)
    • no legislation needed, 3.1.60 (3978)
    • legislation creates discord, 9.18.61 (20012)
    • and cloture rule, 9.18.61 (20011)
    • legislation criticized 8.29.61 (17338-40)
    • legislation waste of time, 3.22.62 (4840)
    • protection available from existing laws, 4.27.62 (7280-1)
    • insatiable demands of minority groups, 4.27.62 (7281)
    • punitive actions against South, 5.1.63
    • interference by military forces, 9.11.63 (16813)
    • not burden on foreign policy, 9.15.63
    • and economic deprivation, 10.8.63 (18965)
    • dismal period since 1954, 3.18.64 (SF)
    • and private property rights, 4.29.64 (SF)
    • Motorola case, 4.29.64 (SF)
    • and Goldwater campaign, 9.14.64 (SF)
    • real issue is education and employment, 10.26.64
    • effect on foreign relations, 3.14.65
    • education and unemployment, 4.3.65 Astrong pref. of constituents- higher patriotism, 4.25.66
    • in Washington, 5.7.68
    • JWF views re, 4.19.69(EW) see also :Anti-lynching Bill, Civil Disorders, Jury trial, Negro, Race, Segregation, Voting Civil Rights Commission, no voting complaints in Arkansas, 3.1.60 (3980)
    • extension opposed, 8.21.61 (17339)
  • Civil Rights groups, criticism of Arkansas by, 9.11.59 (19108)
  • Civil Rights pressure, destruction of racial folklore, 4.20.61
  • Civil Rights 1957 Act, opposed, 7.9.57 (11078)
    • local school boards, 7.23.57 (12448)
    • part III, 7.23.57 (12453)
    • end of controversy foreseen with passage of, 8.30.57 (16664)
    • Senate improvements in, 9.18.61 (20012)
  • Civil Rights 1960 Act, provisions, 3.4.60 (4541)
  • Civil Rights 1964 Act, criticized, 3.18.64 (SF)
    • excessive grant of power, 3.18.64 (SF)
    • and jury trials, 4.22.64 (SF)
    • colloquy with Senator Javits, 4.29.64 (SF)
    • thought-control legislation, 4.29.64 (SF)
    • jury trials, 5.20.64 (SF); 7.30.64
    • must be observed, 9.14.64 (SF)
  • Civil rights, crime control bill, 5.7.68 (SF)
  • Civil War, American, 9.16.42
    • and error of secession, 4.29.43
    • victory for US system, 2.3.47
    • caused by tariff policies, 2.18.59 (1177)
    • not inevitable, 2.26.59 (3032)
    • ideological excesses, 3.12.65
  • Civil War, English, 3.5.49 (1905)
    • Greek, see: Greek Civil War
    • struggle in Europe compared to, 9.16.42
    • of the West, 1914-1945, 11.19.64
  • Civilian control of the military, 8.21.61
  • Civilization, apparent collapse of, 7.30.40
    • defined, 2.13.42 patterns of decline, 8.21.58
  • Clark, Senator Worth, 7.30.40
  • Clay, Cassius, quoted, 4.3.65; 12.5.66; 2.22.67
  • Clayton, John, "Vietnamization of the Foreign Service," 12.10.71 (S21430)
  • Cleopatra incident, maritime boycott, 4.25.60 (8625); 4.29.60 (8976-7)
  • Clayton, Will, tribute, 3.21.66 (SF)
  • Cleveland, Harlan, quoted, 5.5.61
  • Cliburn, Van, 6.6.58
  • Clifford, Clark, appointment of, 1.21.68
    • Vietnam withdrawal proposal praised., 6.22.69 (EW)
    • Views regarding Vietnam praised, 5.19.70 (S7203) (5.18.70?)
  • Cloture, problems arising from, 2.1.49
    • criticized, 2.28.49 (1595-6); 3.4.49 (1863-77)
    • and centralization, 3.4.49 (1873)
    • and executive desire for power, 3.4.49 (1866), (1869), (1875)
    • involves fundamental aspects of government, 3.4.49 (1863)
    • criticized, 3.5.49 (1901-23)
    • legislative history of 1917 rule, 3.5.49 (1917-9)
    • debate in Senate concerning, 5.21.49
    • issues involved, 12.14.49
    • opposed, 4.21.53 (3476)
    • violation of American tradition, 4.21.53 (3436)
    • opposition to, on tidelands bill, 4.22.53 (3520)
    • two-thirds rule, preservation of, 2.25.54 (2260)
    • change in rule 22, opposed, 1.4.57 (208)
    • danger to Senate, 12.3.58
    • free debate a safeguard of federalism, 1.12.59 (431) rule XXII
    • defended, 1.12.59 (431); 9.18.61 (20011-3); 1.22.63 (788-96)
    • change in Rule 22, opposed, 1.19.67 (SF) See also Filibuster
  • Coal, Franco-German cooperation, 5.11.50 (6887)
  • Coalition diplomacy, 4.16.59
  • Coexistence, advocated, 11.18.54
    • need for, 7.4.54
    • possible, 1.9.55; 1.13.55; 1.19.55
    • views of Senator Goldwater, 8.2.63 (13961)
  • Coffee, shortage of, 1.31.54
    • international regulations, 5.21.63 (9125-7)
    • trade agreement, 12.19.63 (25106)
    • international agreement, 7.3.64 (SF)
  • Cohen, Morris, quoted, 9.4.58
  • Coins, commemorative, see: Commemorative Coins
  • Cold War, struggle over role of individual, 6.2.47
    • resources of Western Europe, 3.30.49 (3464)
    • appropriations, 6.7.49 (7333); 7.7.50
    • flexible policy needed, 1.18.51
    • alternatives in, 1.18.51
    • person-to-person contact, 8.24.51 (10636-7)
    • inflationary effects, 12.5.51
    • Russian activities in, 3.6.52
    • need for unity of free peoples, 2.24.53
    • thaw, 6.3.55
    • view of Mr. Dulles, 2.27.56 (3369-70); 2.29.56 (3558-61)
    • and foreign aid, 6.13.57 (8988-9)
    • tendencies, 2.8.58
    • and trade, 5.9.58; 5.28.58
    • US policies and theories, questioned, 6.20.58 (11844-50)
    • and American character, 8.21.58 (18903-8)
    • current atomic stalemate, 12.4.58
    • US policy defended, 4.16.59
    • psychological problem, 4.18.59
    • allocation of Resources, 9.9.59 (18774)
    • can be fun, 11.3.59
    • coordination of free world efforts, 9.1.60
    • American losses in, 11.3.60
    • unlikely to turn hot, 1.31.60
    • surveyed, 3.5.60 (4555)
    • deadly conflict, 3.5.60 (4568)
    • avoidance of nuclear war, 3.10.61
    • frustrations, 5.17.61 (8225)
    • costly peripheral struggles, 6.29.61 (11702)
    • US objectives, 7.24.61 (13247)
    • need to avoid peripheral struggles, 7.24.61 (13247)
    • higher order of conduct required of US, 7.24.61 (13247)
    • and right wing tensions, 8.2.61 (14434)
    • total victory impossible, 9.21.61
    • US at increasing disadvantage, 11.8.61
    • competition in foreign book sales, 9.5.62 (18598-9)
    • need for both nuclear and conventional weapons, 11.21.62
    • Soviet tactical flexibility, 4.29.63
    • Soviet-American misunderstandings, 4.29.63
    • American preoccupation with, 5.1.63
    • relaxing tension, 9.9.63 (16540)
    • and space race, 6.9.63
    • areas of mutual interest, 9.9.63 (16535-6)
    • US winning, 10.28.63 (20337)
    • Gaullist view, 10.29.63 (20508)
    • not an ideological struggle, 12.19.63 (25139)
    • changes in character, 3.25.64 (SF)
    • inversion of priorities resulting from, 4.5.64
    • alteration of attitudes more important than solution of issues, 6.12.64
    • new relationship, 8.5.64 (SF)
    • stalemate, 12.8.64
    • building of bridges, 12.8.64
    • deflects efforts from domestic needs, 1.16.65
    • new harshness in, 6.19.65
    • division of Germany the paramount issue in, 3.1.66 (SF)
    • spawned by total victory of 1945, 3.1.66 (SF)
    • caused neglect of education, 3.14.66
    • conflicting US policies, 3.22.66
    • Soviet-US foreign aid cooperation urged, 7.26.66 (SF)
    • contrasted to US Asian policy, 7.22.66 (SF)
    • building bridges to the East, 10.11.66 (SF)
  • Collective security, 2.16.43 (1012); 12.11.44
    • see also: Peacekeeping Organization
  • College Education, lack of rigor and quality, 7.28.61
    • federal aid, 2.1.64
    • impact of Vietnam War, 3.14.66
    • role to play in foreign policy, 3.16.66
    • tax credits for, criticized, 3.15.67 (SF)
  • College housing, federal loans, 3.12.57 (3437); 5.28.57 (7866); 5.29.57 (8024-6)
    • loan fund extension, 2.3.58 (1480)
    • loans, 5.22.58 (9266); 8.17.59 (16013)
    • veto of, 9.4.59 (18061); 2.1.60 (1630-1)
  • College students, tax credits for tuition, opposed, 2.4.64 (SF); 1.29.59 (1325-6); 4.24.56 (6829
  • Colleges, and government research, 12.13.67 (SF)
  • Collingwood, Charles, 8.17.66 (SF)
  • Colombia, Camilo Torres, 4.27.66
  • Colonialism, and the U.N., 11.24.44
    • Africa legally owned by European powers, 11.14.47
    • and expansion of Korean war, 4.26.51 (4408)
    • and Hawaiian statehood, 3.29.54 (3951)
    • resolution regarding, 7.14.55 (10505-8)
    • US fetish of opposition to, 4.22.57
    • revolution, 5.7.59
    • benefits of, 3.10.61
    • Russian, 3.10.61; 9.21.61
  • Colleges, role of junior colleges, 5.1.55
    • housing loans for, endorsed, 5.24.56 (8990-6)
    • aid to American colleges abroad, 6.14.57 (9153-4)
    • impact of NASA research, 11.20.63 (22453)
  • Colonies, should be integrated into regional organizations, 11.24.44
  • Colorado River storage program, opposed, 4.20.55 (4808)
  • Columbia University, statement on presidency of, 11.8.45
    • School of Journalism, commended, 4.21.53 (3478)
  • Commager, Henry Steele, 10.14.66; 5.5.67
    • and congressional war powers, 2.28.67 (SF)
    • quoted, 9.25.67
    • article, "Is Freedom Dying in America?", 7.13.70 (S11137)
  • Commemorative coins, criticized, 7.23.47 (9831)
  • Commission on Ethical Standards in Government, 3.27.51 (2905); 10.11.51 (12970)
  • Commitments Resolution, noted, 6.26.70 (S9991)
  • Committee on Standards and Conduct, 3.20.68 (SF); 3.22.68 (SF)
  • Common Market, 4.11.62; 11.19.62; 11.21.62; 1.28.69 (S1000)
    • customs union proposed, 12.8.47
    • need for, 7.15.49 (9558-9)
    • in coal production, 5.11.50 (6887-8)
    • US relations with, 7.17.58 (14078-80)
    • British entry, 8.4.61 (14708); 9.30.61
    • Britain should lead, 9.30.61
    • need for US cooperation with, 4.11.62
    • drift toward protectionism, 5.15.62
    • expansion, 5.23.62 (8982)
    • farm policies, 5.23.62
    • antecedent Zollverein, 11.19.62
    • attitude of de Gaulle, 1.24.63 (926)
    • French veto of Great Britain deplored, 1.29.63
    • French attitude on Great Britain, 2.14.63
    • Atlantic partnership, 4.30.63
    • US relations, 5.24.63
    • poultry restrictions, 6.6.63
    • activities of France, 10.29.63 (20507-08)
    • current status, 5.8.64 and US, 11.19.64
  • Communication, barriers to, 10.8.53
    • growth and effect of, 10.8.53
    • centralization of, 1.25.55
    • problems of mass media, 5.27.56
    • controlled by Republicans, 3.5.60 (4568)
  • Communications Workers, statement, 3.28.73
  • Communism, danger of, 8.25.43
    • indifference of to European expansion, 2.2.44
    • rhetorical attack upon, condemned, 11.27.44
    • domestic American problems of, 11.27.44
    • coexistence with, 3.28.45 (2899)
    • ideological aggression of, 5.17.46
    • control by Russia of, 4.7.47 (3137)
    • aggression of, 4.7.47 (3137)
    • seizure of Hungary by, 6.3.47 (6248)
    • chief danger to democracy, 10.23.47
    • need for education to combat, 4.1.48 (3951)
    • victory in China, 2.8.49
    • capture of prior social revolution in China, 1.18.51
    • tendency to misunderstand, 4.21.53 (3481)
    • ignorance about, 4.21.53 (3481-3)
    • fear of teachers to discuss, 4.21.53 (3481)
    • distortions about US, 10.8.53
    • investigation of, views of Lenin, 2.26.54 (2336)
    • and postage stamps, 5.13.54 (6537)
    • view of General Zhukov, 4.19.57 (12126-7)
    • challenge of, 2.8.58
    • subtleties of policy, 6.20.58 (11844-50)
    • competition with, 2.26.59 (3003-9)
    • expansion since 1917, 11.3.59
    • propaganda jargon terms, 11.1.60
    • loss of territories to, under Eisenhower administration, 11.3.60
    • expansion since 1917, 3.5.60 (4556)
    • appeal to backward nations, 8.23.60
    • nationalism is antidote to, 3.10.61
    • nonmilitary activities, 4.30.61
    • total victory over, questioned, 7.24.61 (13246)
    • appeal to backward nations, 7.24.61 (13247)
    • not derived from social welfare projects, 8.21.61
    • right wing interpretation, 8.2.61 (14433)
    • internal danger, exaggerated, 8.21.61
    • growing nationalist breaks, 8.19.62
    • distinguished ideology from Soviet foreign policy, 3.25.64 (SF)
    • increasing nationalization of, 5.11.65
    • appeal to backward nations, 6.4.65 (SF)
    • influence in Dominican Revolution, 9.15.65 (SF)
    • constantly changing, 12.8.65
    • not an unalterable ideology, 3.22.66
    • deep nationalistic divisions in, 3.22.66
    • practice, not philosophy, is offensive, 4.27.66
    • world conspiracy does not exist, 1.26.67; 2.6.67
    • evil is not philosophy but fervor of, 4.21.67
    • evil is its zeal and intolerance, 4.27.66
    • declining aggressiveness of, 10.3.67 (SF)
    • changing trends, 10.11.67
    • nature in Asia, 1.21.68
    • changes in East Europe, 3.31.68
    • see also:Marxism, Russia Communist bloc, solidity of, 8.23.60
    • trade, 9.17.63 (17152)
    • failure to penetrate Africa, 10.28.63 (20337)
    • trade with Poland & Yugoslavia, 11.8.63 (21527)
    • trade, 11.26.63 (22728); 12.10.63 (25138-9)
    • not monolithic, 3.25.64 (SF)
    • polycentrism, 3.25.64 (SF)
    • Western trade with, 3.25.64 (SF)
    • susceptible to change, 12.8.64
  • Communist character, indifference to time, 4.26.51 (4401)
  • Communist countries, weapons embargo, 5.11.61 (7829)
  • Communist ideology, increasing irrelevance of, 4.29.63
  • Communist imperialism and colonialism, resolution regarding, opposed, 7.14.55 (10505-7)
  • Communist nations, grain sales, 3.1.64; trade with, 7.25.65 (SF)
  • Communist satellites, 10.31.46
    • increasing independence, 9.24.64 (SF)
    • trade with, 9.24.64 (SF)
    • greater independence, 12.8.64
    • expand trade relations with, 3.6.65
    • changes, 5.4.65
  • Communist subversion, see internal subversion
  • Community, destruction of, by civil rights dogmas, 7.24.57 (12548)
    • A state of mind, 3.6.65
  • Community property, and taxes, 5.27.47 (5860)
  • Competition, life spring of economy, 6.2.50 (7959)
  • Compton Yearbook, "China and America: The Distorted Images," article for 1970 edition
  • Con Son, U.S., financing of construction cells, 3.24.71 (S3789)
  • Concert of Europe, nineteenth century, 11.19.62
    • Concert of free nations, 4.11.62
    • benefits for backward countries, 4.12.62
    • and NATO, 8.19.62
    • relation to U.N., 8.19.62; 4.30.63
  • Concurrent majority concept, 1.19.55
  • Concurrent majority theory, 4.20.61
  • Conflict of interest Laws, in peacetime, 7.19.55 (10891-7)
  • Congo, Belgian, no movement for independence in 7.14.55 (10505)
    • UN activity, 4.5.62 (6093-4)
    • Katanga secession ended, 2.17.63
    • concern with, 1.20.66
    • US intervention, 7.11.67
    • US intervention criticized, 7.10.67 (SF); 8.4.67 (SF)
    • Congo operation, US role legal, 4.5.62 (6066)
  • Congress, personal memories of, 2.19.46
    • suggestions for reforms, 2.19.46
    • powers of, 2.19.46
    • barrier to executive bureaucracy, 2.19.46
    • selection of president by, 11.7.46
    • republican avoidance of special elections, 3.3.58 (3227-9); 3.12.58 (4117)
    • influence of Arkansas, 7.20.62
    • the executive and, 4.19.69 (EW)
    • its responsibility for ending Vietnam War, 6.25.70 (S9851)
    • role of legislator in Indochina War, 2.4.71
    • and the Executive on Indochina War, 2.4.71
    • and foreign policy, 4.3.71
    • decline of role of, 4.3.71
    • role of, whether treaty with Bahrain should be submitted to Senate, 6.28.72 (S10531)
    • role of Congress, support of Proxmire amendment to limit defense spending, 6.30.72 (S10913)
    • JWF urges Congress to end war, reassert prerogatives,1.4.73 (S249)
    • role of Congress, unanimity of legislators, loss of legislative power, 3.27.73
    • pay raises, opposition to, 2.19.74 (S1800)
    • restraints on foreign policy powers of President, urged, see Executive, Foreign Policy
  • Congressional hearings, televised, 7.10.61 (12088)
  • Connally Bill, on labor, endorsed, 5.25.43
  • Connally Reservation, repeal, favored, 4.4.60
    • waived by commercial treaties, 8.17.60 (16562), (16606-7)
    • repeal, 9.1.60
    • nullifies World Court, 4.21.61; 9.16.63 (17060)
  • Connally Resolution on Peace, 9.30.43
  • Connally, Senator Tom, eulogy, 10.28.63 (20303)
  • Conroy, article on Renwick Gallery, 1.31.72 (S759)
  • Consensus, needed in US, 4.20.61
  • Conservation, 2.28.61 (2786); 3.16.65 (SF)
    • Conservatism, opposite of McCarthy, 1.19.55
    • defined, 1.19.55
    • growth at colleges, 4.21.61
    • contrast to right wing activities, 8.21.61
    • and economic problems for agriculture, 9.12.62
    • true, supports welfarism, 9.12.62
    • and Senator Goldwater, 8.15.64 (SF)
    • in foreign policy, opposite of anti-communist crusade, 3.12.65
    • land and water resources, 1.15.69 (E256)
    • agriculture and, 4.2.69 (EW)
  • Constitution, Russian, no connection with facts, 11.14.47
    • on paper better than American, 3.4.49 (1873)
  • Constitution, South Vietnamese, old and new compared, 6.6.67 (SF)
  • Constitution, U.S., result of evolution, 3.3.44
    • and individual liberty, 2.3.47
    • amendment for electoral reform, 1.31.50 (1160-63)
    • amendment for electoral reform supported, 11.29.48
    • anti-majoritarianism, 2.5.49 (1905)
    • primacy of Executive in matters of military policy, and foreign relations, 1.19.51
    • and tidelands issue, 4.15.53 (3118)
    • America's most brilliant political success, 2.2.54 (1105)
    • majority rule not part of, 1.4.57 (208)
    • conflicts with Eisenhower Doctrine, 2.11.57 (1855-71)
    • role of executive and Congress in foreign policy, 2.11.57 (SF)
    • prevailing rigid attitude toward, 6.17.57
    • provisions for jury trial, 7.9.57 (11078-80)
    • aim is projection of individual from government, 7.30.57 (12990)
    • separation of powers, 1.15.58
    • denial of majority rule, 1.12.59 (432)
    • uncertainty in foreign affairs, 5.7.59
    • good for domestic government but inadequate for foreign affairs, 5.5.61
    • military subordination to civilian control, 8.2.61 (14433)
    • balances and cloture rule, 9.18.61 (20011)
    • and Poll Tax, 3.22.62 (4828-40)
    • and literacy tests, 4.27.62 (7284)
    • restraints on majority, 1.22.63 (790)
    • treaty provisions, 9.12.63 (16879-81)
    • and state rights, 10.5.65 (SF)
    • Senate should reflect common man's feeling, 2.1.66
    • intent is to include Senate in foreign policy decisions, 4.21.66
    • and Congressional influence on foreign policy, 6.4.66
    • executive role in foreign policy, 10.3.66 (SF)
    • US, congressional war powers, 2.28.67 (SF)
    • subversion of Congress' foreign policy role in, 3.16.67 (SF); 4.4.67 (SF)
    • congressional role in creating Acommitments, 3.20.67; 7.31.67 (SF)
    • war power, 7.31.67 (SF)
    • congressional role in forming Anational commitments, 8.20.67
    • inalienable rights of dissent, 12.8.67 (SF)
  • Constitutional Convention of 1787, remarks on presidential election, 11.7.46
  • Constitutional system, adjustment to international situation, 9.15.51
  • Constitutionally, responsibility of each Senator to weigh, 4.27.62 (7280)
  • Consular Treaty, see: Russia
  • Consumer Protection Act of 1972, cloture motion, 10.5.72 (S16917)
  • Containment, China and, 5.1.69 (EW)
    • as a myth, 5.6.69 (EW)
  • Contempt of Congress, 7.10.61 (12088)
  • Continuing Appropriations for 1971. SST, Economic and Ecological Feasibility, 1.2.71 (S21768)
    • Conference report, 6.30.73 (S12708)
  • Cooper vs. Aaron, Amicus curiae brief, 9.4.58
  • Cooper, allocation from Chile, 6.11.52 (7032)
  • Cooper, Grant, 3.30.74
  • Cooper, international allocation of, 5.4.52 (6543, 6547)
  • Cooper, Senator John Sherman, colloquy with, 10.2.67 (SF)
    • re ABM, 2.4.69 (S1366)
  • Cooper-Church Amendment, see also Foreign Military Sales Act of 1970
    • Endorsement of, 5.13.70 (S7501)
    • Presidential powers as commander-in-chief, 6.9.70 (S8628) (S8639)
    • To Foreign Assistance Act of 1971, 10.26.71 (S16805)
    • Debate on, 10.28.71 (S17077)
  • Corporate state, tendency of US tax laws, 2.21.57 (2403)
  • Corporate tax relief, 3.26.56 (5524-5)
    • see also: Business
  • Corporation Tax, exemption for small business, 3.19.48 (3163)
  • Corporations, reduction of income tax for small business, 2.3.56 (1941); 3.15.56 (4804-6)
  • Corwin, Edward S., quoted, 10.3.66 (SF)
  • Cotton, and foreign trade, 3.28.45 (2897)
    • dependence on foreign markets, 12.3.48
    • price regulation of, 3.12.51
    • economic importance of, 10.5.51
    • special benefits to southwestern states, 1.12.54 (171-4)
    • quota provisions, 3.22.55 (3350-1)
    • liquidation of government stocks, 1.23.56 (1014)
    • and Aswan Dam project, 8.14.57 (14706)
    • economic problems, 7.24.58 (14927-8)
    • reduced allotments, 8.8.58 (16625)
    • overplanting in Arkansas, 3.8.65 (SF)
  • Cotton acreage, flood damage relief, 5.17.61 (8225)
  • Cotton diplomacy of 1850s, 8.14.58 (17515)
  • Cotton industry, 1.11.61 (592)
    • 1964 legislation for, 3.2.64 (SF)
  • Council of Europe, 1.31.49 (703)
  • County Agricultural Buildings, 4.14.49
  • Cravens, John P.,newspaper article, "The Simple Pleasures," 9.28.70 (S16582)
  • Creativity, decline in, 5.27.56
  • Credibility gap, lack of faith in government, 7.27.71
  • Crevecoeur, quoted, 4.21.66
  • Crime, control bill, 5.7.68 (SF)
  • Crime and violence, increasing, 3.1.60 (3983-3)
  • Crimean Conference, 2.18.45
  • Criminal contempt, lack of trial by jury, 5.20.64 (SF)
  • Cronkite, Walter, 8.17.66 (SF)
  • Crop insurance, expansion, 6.25.62 (11596)
  • Crossett Research Center, 4.26.49
  • Cuba, 10.31.60
    • US trade with, 2.7.56 (2211-2)
    • executions in, 1.14.59 (640)
    • shrimp treaty, 6.4.59 (9846)
    • technical assistance to, 7.2.59 (12584-6)
    • Castro regime criticized, 8.11.59 (15437)
    • revolution in, 8.11.59 (15437)
    • communist control, 8.19.60 (16796)
    • sugar exports, 3.29.61 (5175)
    • historic American economic domination of, 4.21.61
    • Bay of Pigs invasion, criticized, 4.30.61
    • attitude toward Guantanamo base, 4.30.61
    • Bay of Pigs invasion, criticized, 5.20.61
    • US intervention opposed, 6.29.61 (11704)
    • not intolerable to US, 6.29.61 (11704)
    • Soviet missile bases would be no particular danger to US, 6.29.61 (11704)
    • Soviet missile bases would be mo particular threat, 7.23.61
    • and Alliance for Progress, 7.23.61
    • special sugar relationship with US, 6.27.62 (11881)
    • US could have prevented communist control of, 7.2.62 (12467)
    • missile crisis, 11.21.62
    • not threat to US security, 2.17.63
    • US could have helped before Castro, 2.17.63
    • threat to Latin America, 2.17.63
    • myths of US policy, 3.25.64 (SF)
    • permanence of Castro regime, 3.25.64 (SF)
    • economic boycott opposed, 3.25.64 (SF)
    • missile crisis, significance, 3.25.64 (SF)
    • US policy, 4.12.64
    • Bay of Pigs invasion, criticized, 9.15.65 (SF)
    • appeal of, to Latin America, 9.15.65 (SF)
    • lack of interest in, 3.1.66 (SF)
    • Kennedy actions in, praised, 3.1.66 (SF)
    • social revolution, 4.27.66
    • missile crisis, JWF recommended invasion by US, 4.21.66
    • and Executive's foreign relations power, 4.21.66
    • narrow escape from nuclear war, 5.10.66
    • executive-congressional relations, 7.31.67 (SF)
    • Hijacking Convention with U.S., 6.8.71
    • Arkansas Democrat, "Time to Test Cuba," 9.24.71 (S15009)
    • Visas for Cubans, 3.7.72 (S3513)
    • Newsweek article on Cuban movies, 4.19.72 (S6321)
  • Cuban Missile Crisis, viewed in retrospect, 4.19.69 (EW)
  • Cuban prisioners ransom, tax exemptions for, opposed, 5.22.61 (8542)
  • Culebra, use of as military target criticized, 7.15.70 (S11362)
    • military significance of discussed, 7.15.70 (S11364)
    • shelling of, 8.13.70 (S13377)
    • bombing of, amendment to H. R. 17123, to prohibit use of Culebra as target practice, 8.24.70 (S14066)
    • statement on call for a cease-fire as a target area, 9.29.70 (S16665)
    • military construction authorization, withdrawal of Navy activity on Culebra, 10,14.70 (S18062)
  • Cultural center, 1.28.58 (1176); 3.10.58 (3706); 6.20.58 (11833); 5.25.60
    • named for President Kennedy, 11.26.63 (22769); 12.12.63
    • site, 8.23.65 (SF); 9.30.65 (SF)
    • architectural design, 9.30.65 (SF)
    • civilizing influence of, noted, 7.7.69 (S7589)
    • supplemental appropriates, 12.2.71; 12/3/71 (S20482)
    • Lydon Article, 3.28.72 (S4909)
    • appropriations, 5.1.72 (S7063)
    • financial problems, 9.27.72
    • funding for, 9.28.72 (S16216)
  • Cultural exchange, US policies in 19th century, 11.5.48; 5.17.49; 3.22.58; 3.2.61 (3029)
  • Cultural exchange, cannot be propagandistic, 6.27.61 (11400); 6.27.61 (11400-3); 7.10.61 (12106-10)
    • opposition of Goldwater, 8.15.64 (SF); 2.23.65
  • Cultural Exchange Programs, support of, 2.7.69 (S1448)
  • Culture, US the heir of Europe in, 12.8.47
    • vulgarization of standards in US, 4.5.64
    • rising US standards, 1.16.65
    • US impact on Orient, 10.30.66 (SF)
  • Curzon Line, 2.18.45
  • Czechoslovakia, coup, 3.3.48 (2040); 7.31.49
    • confiscation of property by, 11.12.63 (215920)
    • liberalization of, 3.31.68