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

  • Daggett, W.H., 6.14.54
  • Dairy industry, 1.4.50 (48-9)
    • and margarine tax, 12.18.47 (11591)and milk marketing bill, 9.13.65 (SF)
  • Darby, W. E., announced as Chairman of Fulbright Campaign Committee, 1.2.74
  • Dardanelle Dam, 7.27.50 (11191)
    • see also: Arkansas River Development
  • Dardanelles, 4.7.47 (3137)
  • Dawson, Donald S., remarks on president's remarks on report critical of, 2.8.51
  • Daylight Savings Time, 3.7.74 (S2999)
  • Deacon, Jack, Arkansas Bar Association award, 6.26.73 (S11974)
  • Declaration of Independence and equality, 9.16.42
  • Defense Budget, see also Military Procurement Authorization
    • Impact of, 3.7.69 (S2429)
    • Criticism of enormity of, 5.1.69 (EW)
    • "Arms Cost Overruns of 33 Billion Found," 3.24.71 (S3850)
    • "The Military Balance: The U.S. and the Soviet Union" by International Institute for Strategic Studies, 1021.71 (S16742)
    • Military credit sales for Israel, 11.23.71 (S19521)
  • Defense Appropriations for Intelligence Operations, 11.23.71 (S19521)
  • Appropriations, 10.2.72 (S16529)
  • Proxmire amendment, 10.2.72 (S16529)
    • JWF amendment, 10.2.72 (S16535)
  • Defense costs, 9.26.67
  • Defense Department, see also Pentagon
    • appropriations, 4.18.68 (SF); 4.19.68 (SF); 4.22.69 (SF); 5.28.68 (SF)
    • and income taxes, 4.23.68 (SF)
    • research projects, 4.18.68 (SF); 4.19.68 (SF); 4.22.68 (SF); 5.22.68 (SF)
    • Criticism of relations between DOD research and University, 5.1.69 (S1192)
    • Social and Behavioral Science Research criticized, 5.1.69 (S4417)
    • As partisan in our politics, 5.19.69
    • "Think Tank" Operations criticized, 7.9.69 (S7754)
    • ABM propaganda criticized, 8.5.69 (SF) S9209
    • Public Affairs Programs, criticized, 12.16.69 (S16841)
    • Appropriations for 1970, JWF views, 12.18.69 (S17181)
    • Public Relations Programs criticized, 1.20.70 (S196)
    • Aid to Taiwan, criticized, 5.13.70 (S7105)
    • Appropriations Bill, Public Affairs Activities of Department of Defense, 6.26.70
    • Extension of Defense Act to limit loan guarantees, debate on, vote on JWF amendment, 7.9.70( S10972)
    • Defense Department making Foreign Policy, Cambodia, "Face the Nation," 11.29.70
    • And Public Affairs, appropriations and expenditures,12.7.70
    • Appropriations amendment, public relations spending, memo from Nixon, 12.8.70 (S19647)
    • Appropriations conference report, S. Vietnamese Occupation of Cambodia, Laos, 12.29.70 (S21381)
    • Magazines published by DOD, 2.9.71 (S15299)
    • Intellectualism of officials, 6,10.71
    • Periodicals published by, 5.18.72 (S8102)
    • Debate on Military Procurement Bill, joins Saxbe amendment to cut CVN ships, 7.26.72 (S11877)
    • Military Procurement, opposition to Trident Submarines 1.21.72 (S129009)
    • Military Procurement, JWF statement on, 7.27.72 (S12034)
    • Military Procurement, McGovern Amendment to limit defense spending, 8.1.72 (S12352)
  • Defense installations, geographic dispersal, 6.22.56 (10826-33)
  • Defense plants, construction in urban centers, 6.27.51 (7235)
  • Defense Production Act of 1950, statement on, 5.12.52
    • amendments, 6.11.52 (7019-24)
    • extension, 6.22.56 (10826-31); 6.27.56 (11100)
  • Defense Spending, contrasted with domestic expenditures, 1.14.74, 2.15.74
    • cuts advocated, 3.30.74
  • de Gaulle, Charles, 3.28.63
    • authoritarian regime, 5.28.58
    • savior of France, 12.17.58
    • stable leadership, 8.17.60 (16561)
    • the Great Liberator, 7.3.62
    • nationalist ambitions, 1.24.63 (926)
    • effect on NATO Alliance, 2.14.63
    • unfair criticisms by, 2.17.63
    • views of prominent Republicans concerning, 2.17.63
    • ideas of European organization, 4.30.63
    • damage to Western Alliance, 6.23.63
    • views on Atlantic Alliance, 10.29.63 (20506-9)
    • evaluation of, 11.30.63
    • criticized, 5.11.65
    • role in Vietnam, 2.21.66
    • wise Algerian policy, 3.6.66
    • NATO policies, 3.20.66
    • Johnson should meet with, 8.29.66 (SF)
    • has raise long-standing questions, 10.13.66 (SF)
    • see also: Third Force
  • Demobilization, errors of, 5.17.46; 10.31.46
    • in World War Two, too rapid, 1.19.51
  • Democracy, depends on leadership, 1.15.40
    • superior to dictatorship, 1.15.40
    • depends on education, 1.15.40
    • and individual liberty, 1.15.40; 5.19.40
    • basic to civilization, 7.30.40
    • as guarantor of peace, 2.13.42
    • importance of liberal education to, 10.23.43
    • loss of faith in Western Europe, 6.16.47
    • role of education in, 10.23.47
    • weakness is lack of unity, 3.8.48 (2286)
    • term appropriated by Russia for propaganda purposes, 11.5.48
    • moral standards, 3.27.51 (2904-6)
    • decline in prestige since 1900, 3.7.52
    • disadvantages in Cold War, 3.7.52
    • nonconformity most vital element, 4.21.53 (3482)
    • demands more than specialized education, 3.2.55
    • increasing conformity, 5.18.56
    • majority rule not essential to, 1.4.57 (208)
    • Eisenhower's difficulty in defending, 7.19.57 (12126-7)
    • and civil rights, 7.24.57 (12548)
    • compromise necessary, 7.24.57 (12548)
  • power of idea, 9.11.57
    • unsuited for conduct of foreign policy, 6.3.58
    • on the defensive, 6.3.58
    • critique of theory, 12.3.58
    • not equivalent to majority rule, 1.12.59 (432)
    • not always workable in backward nations, 3.1.60 (3985)
    • problems of secrecy, 4.39.61
    • based on awareness of man's dual nature, 5.17.61 (8225)
    • invitation to excellence, 7.28.61
    • opposed to organic concept of society, 7.28.61
    • role of military, 8.21.61
    • not guaranteed by right to vote, 3.22.62 (4834)
  • conflict with nationalism, 8.13.62
    • reflections on, 1.21.63
    • and foreign policy, 1.21.63
    • importance of Senate, 1.22.63 (788)
  • emotional excesses in wartime, 3.9.63
    • quest for excellence, 5.1.63
    • susceptible to dogmatic crusades, 12.5.63
    • myth of equality of all opinions, 10.16.64
    • founded in human nature, 12.8.64
    • importance of dissent, 10.22.65 (SF)
    • contrasted with Christianity and Marxism, 12.8.65
    • Senate should reflect common man's feeling, 2.1.66
    • and informed public, 3.14.66
    • dissent an act of faith, 4.21.66
    • need for self-restraint, 10.19.68
    • militarism as a threat, 4.18.69 (EW)
    • effect of U.S. foreign policy abroad on 5.1.69 (EW)
    • war as a threat to, 5.19.69 (EW)
    • prosecution of war antithetical to continuation of, 6.26.70 (S9902)
    • and the Indochina War, 3.2.71
    • and the Executive Power, 4.3.71
    • decline of, 4.3.71
  • Democratic party, God's gift to man, 9.8.56
    • foreign policy failures, 12.30.56
    • boon for Arkansas, 9.12.62; 9.21.62
    • achievements in Arkansas, 9.20.68; 9.21.68; 9.26.68; 10.4.68
  • DeMolay, contributions of, 3.18.64 (SF)
    • tribute, 3.16.65 (SF)
  • Demosthenes, quoted, 5.7.59
  • Denmark, cultural links with US, 5.11.64
  • Department of State, see: State Department
  • Department of Welfare, proposal disapproved, 8.3.49
  • Depressed area relief, 7.26.56 (14648-9)
  • Depression of 1929, 4.18.55
  • Detente, Russia, 6.26.74 (S11597); 6.16.74 (12546)
    • mentioned, 7.31.74
    • endangered by Jackson Amendment, 11.2.74
  • Development loan fund, 6.13.57 (8988-9); 4.24.59 (6228-31); 7.28.59 (14423); 4.30.59
    • (7156); 6.30.59 (12273-6); 7.8.59 (12970-2); 7.22.59 (13974); 6.2.60 (11673-4)
    • conference changes, opposed, 8.13.57 (14500-2)
    • Dirksen Amendment, 7.1.59 (12422-4)
    • merger with IFA, 4.4.60
    • long-term borrowing, 8.7.61 (14839); 8.8.61 (15042); 8.14.61 (15698)
    • Church-Allot Amendment to Foreign Assistance Act, 10.29.71 (S17176)
    • Stevenson Amendment to Foreign Assistance Act concerning interest on loans, 10.29.71 (S17188)
  • Deitrich, Mrs. Don, letter on tragedy of Vietnamese, 3.10.71 (S2840)
  • DEW Line, 5.16.63
  • Dewey, Thomas, 10.22.44
  • Diamond, discovered in Arkansas, 2.8.60 (2155)
  • Dictatorship, and education, 1.15.40
    • depends upon fear, 2.13.42
    • development since 1914, 12.3.58
  • Diem, Ngo Dinh, criticized, 6.29.61 (11704)
    • tyrant, 3.21.66 (SF)
  • Dillon, Douglas, nomination, error in New York Timesregarding, 5.14.59 (8110)
    • tribute, 1.21.61 (1025); 4.6.65 (SF)
  • Diplomacy, language of, 6.28.60 (14735)
    • purpose of, to save face, 3.21.66 (SF)
    • view on American Diplomatic Activity, 2.17.69 (S1750)
    • traditional diplomacy, Sevareid and Sulzberger articles, 3.28.72 (S4898)
  • Diplomatic appointments, principles involved, 6.4.59 (9850)
  • Diplomatic Relations, Vienna Convention, 9.14.65 (SF)
  • Dirksen, Senator Everett, colloquy, 10.3.67 (SF)
    • criticism of, 7.31.54 (12904)
  • Disabled American Veterans, tribute, 6.16.66 (SF)
  • Disarmament, see Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT)
  • Disaster Relief Amendment, cosponsor, 5.29.72 (S9845)
  • Discrimination, in Russia, 11.14.47
    • not correctible by laws, 4.27.62 (7283)
    • see: Race
  • Dissent, constructive role of, in France, 10.22.65 (SF)
    • value to democratic society, 10.22.65 (SF)
    • role of University, 3.14.66
    • over Suez and Algeria, 4.21.66
    • an act of faith, 4.21.66
    • an implied tribute, 4.28.66
    • an act of faith, 6.4.66
    • JWF philosophy of and views concerning, 4.1.69 (S3552)
  • District Court, vacancy in Arkansas, 7.8.57 (10964)
  • District judges, need for additional in Arkansas, 3.3.61 (3214)
  • Dixon, George, accusation by, 9.11.59 (19037)
  • Dixon-Yates power plant, endorsed, 5.19.54 (6810)
    • 7.9.54 (10143-56)
    • view of Memphis Chamber of Commerce, 7.19.54 (10856)
    • supported, 7.21.54 (11216-9)
    • described and advocated, 7.25.54
    • in National interest, 11.9.54
    • see also: TVA
  • Disarmament, 11.26.45 (10973); 2.13.46; 4.5.62 (6067)
    • inspection stations, 4.4.60
    • and tensions, 9.30.60
    • fantasy, 4.29.63
    • see also: Nuclear Weapons
  • Disarmament Agency, appropriation, 3.9.65 (SF)
  • Djilas, Milovan, 1.23.58 (872); 4.27.66
  • Dr. Strangelove, effects of, 3.6.64 (SF)
  • Dodd, Senator Thomas, dispute over Dominican Crisis, 8.23.65 (SF); 8.31.65 (SF)
  • Dole Amendment, see Gulf of Tonkin
  • Domestic affairs, impact of foreign situation upon, 12.5.51
    • impact of Vietnam on, 3.21.66 (SF); 7.31.67
  • Dominican Republic, peaceful revolution urged, 6.29.61 (11705)
    • sugar trade, 6.27.62 (11882)
    • dispute with Senator Dodd concerning, 8.23.65 (SF); 8.31.65 (SF)
    • US policy analyzed, 9.15.65 (SF)
    • reaction to JWF remarks on, 10.22.65 (SF)
    • breach with Johnson began with Crisis in, 2.21.66
    • Peruvian resolution, 3.8.66 (SF)
    • US interference, 3.22.66
    • reaction to speech of JWF on, 4.21.66
    • Executive-congressional relations, 4.21.66; 7.31.67 (SF)
    • invasion of discussed, 5.19.69 (4.19.69?) (EW)
    • situation, 3.12.73 (S4393)
  • Dominick Amendment to the Special Foreigh and Humanitarian Assistance Act re: percentage of U.S. contribution to UN, 11.10.71 (S18121)
    • U.S. financial support of UN, 10.29.71 (S17189)
  • Dooley, Joe B., support of nomination of, 7.8.47 (8418)
  • Douglas, Senator Paul, tribute, 3.23.67 (SF)
  • Dougherty, Bishop, testimony before Foreign Relations Committee, deterioration of Moral Posture, 5.12.70 (S6998)
  • Draft, views concerning, 4.18.69 (EW)
    • JWF on, 5.1.71
    • debate on Military Selective Service Act, 6.2.71 (S8021) and 6.4.71 (S8319)
  • Drell, Professor Sidney D., ABM, 7.15.70 (S11375)
  • Drew, Elizabeth, interview with JWF, Watergate, Indochina War, bombing in Cambodia, Executive vs. Congress, ending war, impoundment, impeachment, executive privilege, 5.10.73
  • Driftwood, Jimmy, praised, 7.1.70 (S10433)
  • Driver, Will, tribute, 7.16.59 (13543)
  • Drought, inadequacy of relief programs, 8.18.54 (14987-90)
    • Republican inattention to, 9.24.54
  • Drugs, Randolph Amendment to Foreign Assistance Act, concerning international drug traffic, 10.29.71 (S17169)
  • Drury, Allen, quoted, 1.22.63 (795-6)
  • Du Boff, Richard, "Nixon's Secret Play--the Budget," 3.9.71 (S2716)
  • Duck hunting, raise stamp funds, 5.12.61
  • Duck stamps, 5.11.61 (7825)
  • Ducks, shot by General Eisenhower, 3.4.63 (3477); 3.14.63 (4190)
  • Dudman, Richard, article concerning Cambodia, 7.7.70, (S10654)
  • Duffee, Warren, tribute, 12.13.67 (SF)
  • Duggan, Dennis, the federal budget, 8.6.71 (S13737)
  • Dulles, John Foster, quoted, 6.7.46; 4.7.47 (3139)
    • quoted on European unification, 3.3.48 (2031)
    • praised, 3.3.48 (2031, 2036); 7.4.50
    • deceptive statements about Soviet policy, 2.27.56 (3369)
    • criticism of, 2.29.56 (3558-61)
    • Middle East policies, 1.24.57
    • investigation of, 1.27.57
    • illness of, 2.16.59 (2278)
    • tribute, 1.18.59death, 5.26.59 (9052)power in foreign affairs, 5.5.61
    • recollections of, 5.27.66 5.29.74
  • Dumbarton Oaks Charter, 12.11.44
  • Dumbarton Oaks Conference, 10.17.44; 11.24.44; 3.12.45; 3.28.45 (2898)
    • and national sovereignty, 3.28.45 (2899)
  • DuVall, Leland, "Efforts of SCS Deserve Attention Crusaders Getting," 4.22.71 (S5440)
    • the federal budget, 8.6.71 (S13737)
  • Dyan, Moshe, quoted on reprisal raids against Lebanon, 8.22.74 (S15628)