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

  • Earth Day, views concerning, 4.23.70 (S6149)
  • Earth Week, 4.13.73 (S7401)
  • East, U.S., provincialism of, 3.5.49 (1908)
    • exploitation of West and South by, 4.25.55 (5002)
  • "East Thinks West is Filthy," by D. Bloodworth, 9.28.70 (S16582)
  • Eastland, Senator James, subpoena of, 3.22.57 (4207, 4210)
    • colloguy with regarding Burger nomination, 6.9.69 (S6192)
  • Eaton, Cyrus, testimony before JEC concerning the economic crisis caused by Vietnam, 7.13.70 (S11118)
  • Eccles, Marriner S., speech on Vietnam, 8.25.67 (SF)
  • Economic aid, to Europe, 8.30.51 (10850)
    • regional finance corporations proposed, 11.27.54
    • failure of US to provide to backward nations in interwar period, 4.2.56
    • southeast Asia, 9.7.59 (18332)
    • to Latin America, 8.19.60 (16795), (16846-9)
    • to East Europe, 5.11.61 (7829)
    • to neutral or backward nations, 5.11.61 (7830)
  • Economic Cooperation Act of 1950, 4.26.50 (5775-7)
  • Economic Development Administration, 1.23.74 (S339)
    • in Arkansas, 1.23.74 (S339)
  • Economy, problems of 1954, 3.6.54
    • recession of 1954, 3.15.54 (3223-4)
    • condition in 1955, 4.18.55
    • controls on, to prevent depressions, 6.3.55
    • status in South, 5.20.56
    • US survey, 2.10.58
    • survey of, 5.9.58; 5.28.58
    • communist, 12.4.58
    • dissolution of Gabon parliament, 1.30.64 (SF)
    • impact of Vietnam War on U.S. economy, testimony of Tom Watson of IBM before Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 6.4.70 (S8376)
    • statements before Subcommittee on Economy in Government, scrutiny of defense and national security appropriations, 1.4.70
    • debate with Senator Proxmire on inflation and the war, 2.25.71 (S1987)
    • effects of Vietnam War on, 9.27.71 (S15115)
    • GNP and the Special Foreign Economic and Humanitarian Act, 11.10.71 (S18101
    • GNP and Special Foreign Military and Related As¬sistance Bill of 1972, 11.11.71 (S18238)
    • JWF on tax credit to large firms and the economy, 11.13.71 (S18493)
    • Nixon's economic policy, 12.1.71 (S20028)
    • "Protectivist Swagger" by Rep. Henry S. \^Reuss, 12.16.71 (S21839)
    • Statement on economy, 2.24.72 (S2513)
    • Colloquy with George Meany, 4.25.72 (S6639)
    • Debt ceiling, 10.13.72 (S18082) 10.13.72 (S18045) 10.14.72 (S18347)
    • Debt limit debate, 10.17.72 (S18516)
    • Myths of the Budget II, Medicare, health care and hospital programs, education-federal and cut-back, 4.4.73 (S6644)
    • Myths of the Budget III, Arkansas, effect of Nixon budget on, libraries, social service-cut backs, 0E0s dismantling, Ozark Regional Cora-mission, housing, agriculture land, 4.5.73 (S6814)
    • Myths of Budget I, defense spending, GNP, 4.27.73 (S6361)
  • Education, raw material of democracy, 1.15.40
    • and community character, 1.15.40
    • and dictatorship, 1.15.40
    • importance of social sciences, 1.15.40
    • aids sense pf political values, 4.20.40
    • and politics, 5.19.40
    • agricultural, 6.28.40
    • economic importance of, 10.18.40
    • curricular trends, 2.28.41
    • importance to democracy, 10.23.43
    • Fulbright scholarships, 9.27.45 (9044); 12.15.45 (12123-4)
    • military deferment of scientific students, 10.18.45 (9782)
    • essential to democracy, 11.8.45
    • National Science Foundation, 7.1.46 (8048)
    • government support for research in social sciences, 7.1.45 (8048)
    • neglect of, 10.30.46
    • need for liberal arts, 11.4.46
    • role in democracy, 10.23.47
    • neglect of, 4.1.48 (3948)
    • history of international cooperation, 11.5.48
    • neglect of, 5.4.49 (5592)
    • role in Cold War, 5.4.49 (5593-4)
    • exchange of persons program, 5.17.49
    • American universities abroad, 6.7.49 (7336)
    • need for more doctors, 8.16.49 (11546)
    • importance of small Christian colleges, 6.4.51
    • federal assistance, 3.27.52 (2998)
    • use of tidelands revenue for, 4.21.53 (3460)
    • bad conditions for teachers, 4.21.53 (3465)
    • loyalty of teachers, 4.21.53 (3465)
    • in US, 4.21.53 (3462-73, 3476-85)
    • neglect of, produced Senator McCarthy, 4.29.54
    • neglect of, 6.14.54; 7.4.54
    • needs of, 7.26.54 (12004)
    • profits from atomic energy for, 7.26.54 (12003-6)
    • and self-government, 7.26.54 (12008)
    • need for higher salaries for teachers, 6.3.55
    • need for common body of humanistic knowledge, 3.2.55
    • variety of influences for, 3.2.55
    • need for more than specialization, 3.2.55
    • need for common tradition in, 3.2.55
    • tax relief for students, 4.24.56 (6829)
    • income tax benefits for students, 1.9.57 (352)
    • in South, 5.18.57; 6.12.57
    • need for local control in civil rights, 7.23.57 (12448)
    • Russian, letter to Secretary Folsom concerning, 12.2.57
    • in Russia, 1.15.58
    • need for US reform, 1.23.58 (870-7)
    • National Defense scholarship program, 8.13.58 (17287)
    • quality suffers in mass education, 8.21.58 (18906)
    • US, after sputnik, 8.21.58 (18904)
    • Amicus curaie brief, 9.4.58
    • US and Russia compared, 12.4.58
    • income tax credits for students, 1.29.59 (1325-6)
    • aid to peacetime veterans, 7.21.59 (13842)
    • in Arkansas, 2.3.60 (1961-2)
    • need for appreciation of foreign cultures, 2.23.60
    • Negro, increased expenditures, 3.1.60 (3992)
    • need for more science, 3.1.60 (3993)
    • and social conditions, 5.17.61 (8226)
    • international character of ideas, 6.27.61 (11400)
    • lack of rigor in colleges, 7.28.61
    • must remain under local control, 3.8.61
    • not merely race against Russia, 3.8.61
    • British and US systems compared, 3.26.61
    • and the poll tax, 3.16.62 (4371)
    • Apracticalapproach, criticized, 4.11.62
    • aid to world understanding, 8.13.62
    • should teach how, not what, to think, 10.13.62
    • technical and vocational training, insufficient, 10.13.62
    • requires national solutions, 10.13.62 (18964)
    • and the space race, 10.17.63 (19763)
    • entangled with race relations, 5.1.63
    • and industrial needs, 5.1.63
    • and the poverty-program, 7.23.64 (SF)
    • needed to control technology, 12.12.64
    • and technology, 1.16.65
    • must harness science, 5.6.65
    • accomplishments of President Johnson, 9.17.65 (SF)
    • neglected during Cold War, 3.14.66
    • aim is to avoid social misfortune and advance public happiness, 3.14.66
    • need to stress humanistic study over scientific and behavioral, 5.10.66
    • disparity between man's knowledge of technology and human nature, 6.4.66
    • aims of, 12.5.66; 2.22.67
    • role in international relations, 12.5.66; 2.22.67
    • value of exchange programs, 12.5.66; 2.22.67
    • and democracy, 10.19.68
    • depersonalization of, 11.24.68
    • dealing with academic battlefields, 10.21.69 (EW)
    • international education and cultural exchange, 4.21.69 (EW)
    • Bill introduced for Bi-national Foundations, 10.29.69
    • in Arkansas, 12.3.69
    • HEW appropriations for 1970, views, 12.18.69 (SF) S17181
    • elementary and secondary, 1969 appropration for, 2.9.70 (SF) S1443
    • views concerning, 2.28.70 (SF) S2697
    • plight of exchange programs abroad, 3.7.69
    • international - some thoughts concerning, 2.20.69
    • see also: College Education, Federal Aid Education
  • Education and Cultural Exchange Program, 4.21.69
    • see also Exchange of Persons Program, Cultural Exchange Program or Fulbright Scholarships Program.
  • Egypt, effect upon NATO of an attack against Great Britain by, 2.6.52 (856-7)
    • threat to boycott US ships, 4.29.60 (8977)
  • Yemeni Peace Talks, 8.23.65 (SF)
    • see also:Middle East, Aqaba Crisis
  • Eisenhower Administration, deficits, 1.9.55
    • ineptitude, 3.25.57
    • indecision in economic crisis, 3.20.58 (4884)
    • criticized, 6.3.58
    • foreign policy apathy, 6.20.58 (11844-50)
    • laziness of, 2.28.59
    • tranquilizer pills, 9.9.59 (18775)
    • foreign policy, 3.5.60 (4565-6)
    • attitude toward military security, 3.5.60 (4556)
  • Eisenhower Doctrine, 1.27.57; 2.10.57; 2.11.57 (1855-71); 2.20.57 (2317)
    • weakness of, 8.27.57 (16016)
    • in retrospect, 7.14.58 (13568-70)
    • criticized, 3.5.60 (4565-6)
  • Eisenhower, Dwight, advocacy of federated Europe, 8.30.51
    • federal union of Europe, 8.30.51 (10848)
    • presidential qualifications, 10.25.52
    • views on party, 2.18.53 (1175)
    • part-time president, 1.19.56
    • excessive popularity of, 5.18.56
    • personality cult, 11.12.56
    • conversations about democracy with Marshal Zhukov, 7.19.57 (12126-7)
    • troops sent to Little Rock, 10.24.57
    • not qualified for presidency, 3.5.59
    • and U-2 incident, 5.29.60
    • abuse of veto power, 9.4.59 (18061)
    • remarks on meddlesome bumbling bureaucracy, 10.31.60
    • election remarks, 11.3.60
    • duck hunting of, 3.4.63 (3477); 3.14.63 (4190)
    • warning against military-industrial complex, 8.15.67 (SF)
    • decision not to intervene in Indochina, 10.3.67
    • defense spending, 7.31.74
    • Eisenhower Years, affluence and apathy, 4.20.61
  • Election of 1946, resignation of president urged, 11.7.46
  • Election of 1948, Henry Wallace criticized, 4.14.47
    • ill effect of multiple parties, 6.1.48
  • Election of 1950, issue was loyalty of certain government official, 12.18.50 (16694)
  • Election of 1952, 8.30.51
    • issues, 9.29.52; 10.21.52
    • issues, 10.25.52
    • candidates compared, 10.31.52
  • Election of 1956, divided government, 11.12.56
  • Election of 1960, prospects for Democrats, 2.28.59
    • irregularities, 12.2.60
  • Election of 1964, weakness of Kennedy in South, 9.15.63
    • prospects for Southern bolt, 9.15.63
    • issues, 7.30.64
    • nomination of Lyndon Johnson, 8.26.64
    • Republicans for Johnson, 9.18.64
    • Menace of Senator Goldwater, 10.26.64
    • and Tonkin Gulf Resolution, 4.21.66
    • and Vietnam War, 5.1.69
    • Debate - direct popular elections, 9.29.70 (S16636)
  • Election of 1968, support of Johnson depends on circumstances, 2.19.67
    • Kennedy-Fulbright ticket utterly unrealistic, 2.19.67; 3.20.67
    • and Vietnam War, 5.1.69
    • Debate - direct popular elections, 9.29.70 (S16636)
    • JWF's present purpose is to support Democratic nominee, 11.30.67; 1.21.68
    • fear the dominant sentiment, 11.24.68
    • reason for Nixon victory was fear, 11.24.68
  • Electoral College, support of bill to reform, 11.29.48
    • outmoded and dangerous, 2.23.49
    • problems of, 1.31.50 (1160-63)
    • reforms, 3.27.56 (5643)
    • influence of large states, 1.22.63 (792)
  • Electronic eavesdropping, 5.7.68 (SF
  • Eliot, T.S., quoted, 9.21.62
  • Ellender, Senator Allen, criticized, 7.7.59 (12808)
    • tribute to, 10.13.71 (S16269)
  • Elliston, Herbert, eulogy, 1.23.57 (887)
  • Elrod, John, announced as campaign manager, 1.2.74
  • Embassies, extravagant expenditures on, 6.1.53 (5814-5)
  • End of the War Amendment, JWF opposition to modification of, 6.11.70 (S8801)
  • Energy Crisis, effect of fuel shortage on Arkansas farmers, Arkansas Agriculture, 4.11.73 (S7148)
    • Arab oil and Middle East, our commitment to Israel, 5.21.73 (S9444)
    • Causes, 1.25.74
    • Mentioned, 3.30.74
    • Arab-Israeli conflict, 10.9.74
    • Federal Energy Office, propane regulations, 1.29.74 (S607) and 2.8.74 (S1645)
  • Engel, K. August, eulogy, 1.8.68
  • Engle, Senator Clare, eulogy, 3.1.65 (SF)
  • Environment, effect of SST on, 3.24.71 (S3850)
  • Earth Week, 4.13.73 (S7401)
  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), water pollution funds impounded, 2.15.74
  • Equal Rights Amendment, 3.22.72 (S4564)
  • Equal time for Congress, testimony before Commerce Committee, 8.4.70
  • Equal television time for, "The Opposition" - ABM, Soviet concern over Safeguard, 8.10.70 (S13016)
  • Equality, objective of war, 9.16.42
    • cornerstone of US life, 9.16.42
    • denied by Nazis, 9.16.42
    • aim of World War One, 9.16.42
  • Equal rights for women, 1.3.49
  • Erasmus, quoted, 4.20.61
  • Ervin, Sam, colloquy with, regarding NPT, 3.12.69 (S2075)
  • Espionage, and the Chief Executive, 5.29.60
  • Estes, Billie Sol, 7.12.62
  • Ethics, support for law, 3.27.51 (2905)
    • undermined by football, 3.27.51 (2905)
    • commission to review public standards, 3.27.51 (2905)
    • and Senate, 3.20.68 (SF); 3.22.68 (SF)
  • Ethics groups, political activity, 4.25.60 (8626)
    • interference in US foreign policy, 4.29.60 (8976)
  • Etzioni, Amatai, quoted, 6.24.64 (SF)
  • Europe, policy toward, 6.16.47
    • basic area of US foreign policy, 12.11.50 (16393-4)
    • must share own defense burden, 1.18.51
    • essential to US security, 1.18.51
    • defense priority over Korea, 4.26.51 (4408)
    • alliance with US, 5.8.64
    • Atlantic cooperation, 11.19.64
    • American nuclear commitment to, 5.4.65
    • third force concept, criticized, 11.19.62
    • Third Force concept, see also: Third Force
    • need to protect industrial capacity, 8.30.51
    • after Suez, 4.22.57
    • US & Canada the racial and cultural heirs of, 12.8.47
    • US cultural debt to, 1.18.51
    • Community of knowledge with US, 5.11.64
    • tensions of nineteenth century, 11.21.62
    • nineteenth century accomplishments, 11.19.64
    • declining world position, 3.7.52
    • decline in hegemony, neither applauded nor deplored, 10.8.53
    • historical trends in, 2.13.56
    • will to suicide since 1914, 1.15.58
    • decline, 6.3.58
    • and end of world dominance, 8.23.60
    • end of dominance, 4.30.63
    • collapse in 1914, 5.11.65
    • postwar aid not solely humanitarian, 12.1.47 (10961)
    • postwar economic stress, 3.30.49 (3467)
    • postwar cooperation, 4.11.62
    • greater aid for backward nations from, urged, 4.12.62
    • ECA aid, 3.30.49 (3455)
    • economic cooperation, 4.5.49 (3878)
    • economic difficulties of, 4.5.59 (3878-91)
    • economic rehabilitation of, 7.15.9 (9586)
    • economic impact of tourism, 4.24.50
    • federation of, 6.16.47; 12.8.47; 6.11.48 (7813-19); 1.31.49 (702-5); 1.30.49
    • (3457); 4.26.50 (6470); 8.30.51 (10851); 4.16.49
    • cultural autonomy can be maintained in, 12.8.47
    • history, 12.9.47
    • federation, proposal for, 12.9.47
    • federation, Russian opposition to, 12.9.47
    • obstacles to, 12.9.47
    • impact on British commonwealth, 12.9.47
    • federation of, and Marshall Plan, 1.21.48 (385)
    • federation, must be political as well as economic, 6.11.48 (7818-9)
    • federation, resolution encouraging, 6.11.48 (7818)
  • Lenin opposed to, 6.11.48 (7817)
    • replies to arguments against, 1.31.49 (704)
    • else dependent on US or Russia, 3.4.49 (1874)
    • need to preserve individuality of states, culture and language, 3.4.49 (1874)
    • declining prospects for, 3.30.49 (3460)
  • Dutch attitude, 3.30.49 (3462)
    • obstructed by politics of US State Department, 3.30.49 (3458)
    • less incentive for, 4.26.50 (5776)
    • financial inducements, 5.25.50 (7713-4)
    • supported by Europeans, 5.25.50 (1714)
    • resolution favoring, 1.31.52 (680-1)
    • letter to President Truman, 1.31.52 (681)
    • depredation of China by, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • US postwar policy contrasted to current Asian policy, 7.22.66 (SF)
    • building bridges to East, 10.11.66 (SF)
    • American role in, 10.13.66 (SF)
    • reduction in troop deployment, 1.19.67 (SF)
  • Europe federation, tentative agreements, 5.27.52 (6026)
    • not subservient to US, 7.1.52 (8670)
    • benefits, 10.8.53
    • better idea than world-state to inspire goal for captive nations of East
  • Europe, 10.8.53
    • Britain should lead, 9.30.61
    • unification of, endangered by communism in Italy, 6.3.47 (6249)
    • unification of, the Brussels Conference, 3.8.48 (2286)
    • withdrawal of amendment concerning, 3.8.48 (2286)
    • essential to peace, 3.8.48 (2286)
    • postwar steps toward, 1.24.63 (926)
    • and Common Market, 6.23.63; 4.7.47 (3137-42); 5.15.47 (5316); 5.29.47 (5144) 5.29.47 (5154-5); 3.3.48 (2030) ; 3.30.49 (3457); 11.19.62
  • Europe, reunification of East and West, 5.4.65; 5.11.65
  • European Advisory Commission, 9.1.61 (17914)
  • European Recovery Program, 3.3.48 (2030-41)
  • Evtushenko, Yevegny, 9.11.63 (16814)
  • Excess-profits tax, 6.26.45 (7581)
    • exemption for small business, 7.11.47 (8863)
  • Excise Tax, reduction, 6.15.65 (SF)
  • Exchange of persons, benefits to understanding, 8.24.51 (10637-8)
    • program, 10.12.51 (13083)
    • advantages for Cold War, 6.26.52 (8113-4); 7.30.53 (10456-7)
    • committee report on success of, 8.1.53 (10833)
    • operational procedures, 8.3.53 (11049)
    • aim is brotherhood of man, 1.13.55
    • successes, 4.27.57
    • with Russia, 1.17.59 (806)
    • improvement, 3.2.61 (3029)
    • cannot be propagandistic, 6.27.61 (11400)
    • bipartisan administration, 7.11.61 (11275-81), (122285-90)
  • Exchange of persons program, Commission report, 4.4.63 (5716)
    • see also: Fulbright Scholarships
  • Exchange programs, bi-national education projects, 2.9.65 (SF)
  • Executive, and cloture, desire to override obstructions, 3.4.49 (1866), (1869), (1875)
    • powers of, and cloture, 3.5.49 (1902-5)
    • source of destruction of individual freedoms, 3.5.49 (1914)
    • increasing power of, 8.16.49 (11545)
    • seeking of power by, 3.5.49 (1922)
    • primacy in military and foreign relation matters, 1.19.51
    • and cloture, 1.4.57 (208)
    • powers under Eisenhower Doctrine, 2.11.57 (1855-71)
    • constitutional limits on foreign policy powers, 2.11.57 (SF)
    • cannot create Acommitmentwithout Congress' approval, 2.21.66
    • foreign policy role of, 4.6.66; 4.21.66
    • tendency to extend US foreign commitments, questioned, 7.18.66 (SF)
    • congressional restraints needed in foreign policy, 10.3.66 (SF)
    • and declaration of war, 2.28.67 (SF)
    • and foreign relations policy, 3.16.67 (SF); 4.4.67 (SF)
    • intervention in Congo without consulting Congress, 7.10.67 (SF); 8.4.67 (SF)
    • role in creating Anational commitment, 7.31.67 (SF); 8.20.67
    • and "foreign commitments," 9.26.67; 11.1.67
    • foreign policy powers, 10.11.67 (SF)
    • power to create national commitment, 2.28.68 (SF); 2.28.68 (SF)
    • control of foreign policy, 3.7.68 (SF)
    • and national commitment, 4.17.68
    • agreements, with Spain criticized, 5.1.69 (EW)
    • support of president's Vietnam policy discussed, 6.30.70 (S10284)
    • privilege and congressional testimony, 1.28.71
    • Privilege, 3.2.71
    • Secrecy and Democracy, 3.2.71
    • Secrecy, prevention of communcation between Executive Branch and Congress, 3.24.71
    • Secrecy, validiety of Administration reports, 4.1.71 (S4187)
    • Privilege, debate on Senator Cooper's bill concerning, 7.7.71 (S10511)
    • Privilege, testimony of JWF, 7.27.71
    • Privilege, history of, 7.27.71
    • Privilege, and White House Foreign Policy Bureau, 7.27.71
    • Privilege, Sevareid commentary, 3.23.71 (S4679)
    • Kissinger refusal to testify, 3.28.72 (S4906)
    • Secrecy, "A United Front for Executive Secrecy," by Mary McGrory, 8.3.71 (S12979)
    • Secrecy, "Executive Shell Game--Hiding Billions from Congress, 11.11.71 (S18232)
    • Secrecy, "Identification of Henry Kissinger," 12.1.71 (S21769)
    • Secrecy, Debate on Gravel and Pentagon Papers, 5.5.72
    • Secrecy, Javits amendment, 5.8.72 (S7440)
    • Secrecy, Baltimore Sun, 5.16.72 (S7859)
    • Executive v. Congress, 2.1.73
    • Privilege, introducing S. 858, 2.15.73 (S2527)
    • Privilege, Nixon's use of, Watergate, separation of power, GAO activity, etc., 4.10.73
  • Executive agreements, see: Treaties
  • Export Control Act, extension, 6.14.56 (104404-6)
  • Export Control Administration Act, executive privilege, 8.1.72 (S12410)
    • comments on House floor by JWF and executive privilege, 8.3.72 (H7161)
  • Export Guaranty Program, 6.16.55 (8398-400)
  • Extradition treaties, various, 10.22.63 (20042-3)