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

  • F.E.P.C., opposed, 1.29.46 (498-508)
    • compared to Spanish Inquisition, 1.29.46 (499)
    • opposed, 4.22.64 (SF)
    • Motorola case, 4.29.64 (SF)
    • see also: Cloture
  • FEB, see Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • "Face the Nation" (television program)
    • Indochina War, 4.15.73
    • Nixon's Moscow tirp, ability of Senate to end war, arms limitation, Radio Free Europe, Mills for President 5.21.72
  • Facts Forum, radio broadcasts, 1.25.54 (691)
  • Fair Employment Practices Commission, problem of operation, 1.22.46 (193)
  • Fair Labor Standards Act, 4.4.46 (3097-3105)
  • Fair-trade laws, violation of free enterprise, 2.18.53 (1178)
  • Fairbank, John K., quoted, 3.7.66 (SF); 5.5.66
    • views on Vietnam, 10.11.67 (SF)
  • Fairlie, Henry, quoted, 5.5.66
  • Faisal, King, 8.23.65 (SF)
    • U.S. support of Israel, 10.9.74
    • desires to cooperate with West, 11.2.74
  • Fall, Bernard, quoted, 3.21.66 (SF)
    • tribute, 2.24.67 (SF); 3.6.67
    • referred to and praised, 5.6.69
  • Farm Bill, remarks on, farmers' concern, 11.19.70 (S18535)
  • Farm Credit Act, effects of...on ARkansas, 7.31.71
  • Farm price supports, outlook good for, 11.22.48
  • Farm Security Administration, abolition of, 4.15.43 (3407)
  • Farmers Home Administration (FHA), appropriations, 3.4.68 (SF)
    • views generally concerning loans by, 3.27.69 (S2724)
  • Fanfani, Amintore, tribute, 1.31.63 (1520)
  • Far East, problems of US defense of, 1.18.51
    • US policy, 12.11.50 (16393)
    • Europe more essential to US, 12.11.50 (16394)
    • problems of poverty, 1.18.55
    • conditions, 4.22.57
    • economic aid, 9.7.59 (18332-5)
  • Fascism, denial of civilization, 2.13.42
    • defined, 4.30.44
    • antithesis of Christianity, 4.30.44
    • negation of classical liberalism, 10.28.44
    • tendencies in Senator McCarthy, 6.14.54
    • see also: Dictatorship, Nazism.
  • Faubus, J. Sam, eulogy, 10.10.66 (SF)
  • Faubus, Orval E., actions in Little Rock, criticized, 8.23.59
    • reaction to war cuts in highway funds, 1.21.67
  • Fayetteville, Arkansas, public library, 8.30.67 (SF)
  • Federal Aid to Education, 10.23.47; 1.3.49; 5.4.49 (5592-4); 5.7.49; 5.18.57; 1.15.58
    • 2.3.60 (1961-2); 5.17.61 (8225-7); 10.8.63 (18964)
  • Federal aid to education, endorsed, 11.8.45; 2.27.48; 4.1.48 (3948)
    • prospects better, 11.29.48
    • separation of church and state, 5.7.49
    • federal control opposed, 5.7.49
    • backgrounds and proposals, 3.31.50
    • using tidelands resources, 3.27.52 (3000)
    • for college housing, 4.20.55 (4773-5)
    • views of Senator Taft, 1.23.58 (874)
    • for peacetime veterans, 7.21.59 (13842)
    • will not interfere with local control, 4.19.60
    • endorse, 3.8.61
    • and the Kennedy Administration, 5.20.61
    • bribe for integration, 8.29.61 (17339)
    • must have safeguards against federal control, 10.13.62
    • urged, 5.1.63; 5.12.63
    • and the space race, 6.9.63
    • needy college students, 2.1.64
    • tax credits for college tuition , opposed, 2.4.64 (SF)
    • and civil rights issues, 3.18.64 (SF)
    • views of Senator Goldwater, 8.15.64 (SF)
    • prospects, 1.16.65
    • research grants to smaller schools, 3.22.65 (SF)
    • expansion, 4.3.65
    • church-state issue, 4.9.65 (SF)
    • elementary and secondary schools, 4.9.65 (SF)
    • race issue no longer relevant, 4.9.65; 11.10.65
    • in Arkansas, 1.20.66
    • tax credits, 3.15.67 (SF)
    • elementary and secondary, 5.23.67 (SF)
    • impacted areas, appropriation, 2.20.68 (SF); 2.21.68 (SF); 3.11.68 (SF)
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation, abuse, by Senator McCarthy, 3.1.54
    • surveillance of Foreign Relations Committee, 5.1.71
  • Federal Construction Contract Bill, 2.19.52
  • Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., development of, 8.21.53
  • Federal Housing Administration, investigation, criticism of committee report on, 12.20.54
  • Federalism, preserved by free debate in Senate, 1.12.59 (431)
    • changing needs, 9.9.59 (18774)
  • Federalism, US, benefits of, 10.8.53
    • at issue in civil rights debate, 7.9.57 (11087-8)
    • protection of the individual, 7.30.57 (122990)
    • and labor relations, 10.5.65 (SF)
  • Federalist Papers, quoted, 1.22.63 (790-1)
  • Federal judges, need for fourth in Arkansas, 3.3.61 (3214)
  • Federal reserve board, South unrepresented, 4.12.48 (4320)
  • Federal System, virtues of, 3.4.49 (1874)
    • U.S., price of, 4.21.53 (3436)
    • states laboratories for social change, 3.4.49 (1874)
    • U.S. and European proposal compared, 3.4.49 (1874)
  • Federation of American Hospitals, magazine article, 8.22.74 (S15606)
  • Feed grain problems, 8.1.62
  • Fertilizer, shortage of, 2.21.74
  • Fertilizer, shortage of, 2.21.74
  • Filibuster, cloture and the two-thirds rule, 1.28.69 (S595)
    • debate on amending Rule XXII, 1.29.71 (S563)
    • "Shouting Back, Not Shutting Up," by N. Von Hoffman, 2.18.71 (S1491)
    • debate with Senator Spong, 2.25.71 (S2042)
    • Nixon support of filibuster, 2.25.71 (S2042)
    • independence and effectiveness of Senate, 2.25.71 (S2042)
    • amending Rule XXII, 3.5.71 (S2538)
    • balance of power, 3.9.71 (S2655)
    • with Senator Javits, 3.9.71 (S2656)
    • debate on Lockheed loan, 7.23.71 (S11980)
    • debate on cloture on Rehnquist nomination, 12.10.71 (S21181)
  • Finance Committee, health subcommittee, 3.10.74
  • Financial Institution Act of 1957, see: banking
  • Fine, Benjamin, Quoted, 11.14.47
    • Quoted, 4.1.48 (3948)
  • Filibuster, defined, 4.21.53 (3434-5)
    • history of, 4.21.53 (3436-7)
    • tribute to, 4.21.53 (3434-8)
    • engaged in, 4.21.53 (3433-85)
    • interpretation of, 4.24.53 (3768-9)
    • See:Cloture
  • Finland, treaty with Russia, 12.13.67 (SF)
  • Fish conservation programs, 3.5.59 (3293)
  • Fish farming, 7.8.57, 8.20.57
    • appropriation, 4.30.58 (7705), 5.15.59
    • research, 8.6.59
    • reservoir research, 3.22.60
    • research, 3.2.62
    • loans, 5.23.62 (8974)
    • development in Arkansas, 10.21.62; 1.18.68 (SF)
    • experimental stations, 3.10.71 (S2847)
    • "Rambling Along," by Roy Prewitt, 3.10.71 (S2847)
    • "They're Farming Catfish by the Acre, But Supply is Still Short," By Roy Reed in New York times, 8.2.71
    • Prewitt letter and DuVall article, 5.25.72 (S8458)
  • Fisher, Dr. J., letter, "Violence at Yosemite," O'Neill Report, Safeguard System, 8.6.70 (S12907)
  • Fishing vessels, unlawful seizer, 4.3.68 (SF)
  • Fitzgerald, C.P., quoted, 3.7.66 (SF); 4.27.66
  • Fleming, article about Bowie knife and the inventor James Black, 4.10.72 (S5712)
  • Flippin, Dr. Howard, tribute as Arkansas optometrist president, 6.26.73 (S11976)
  • Flood Control, 9.3.47; 5.19.48 (6067-9); 5.13.58; 6.17.58 (11499);
    • Dardanelle Dam, 7.27.50 (11191)
    • on Arkansas River, 5.29.57 (7940)
    • on White River, 6.6.57 (8457)
    • DeGray Reservoir Project, 8.7.58
  • Flood Control bill, 3.28.57 (4641)
    • Presidential veto, 4.25.58 (7382-3)
  • Flood Damage, Harrison, Arkansas, 5.11.61 (7804)
    • cotton acreage, 5.17.61 (8225)
  • Flood Disaster Relief Act, 8.7.72 (S12758)
  • Florence, William G., "Madness for Secrecy," 12.16.71 (S12833)
  • Florida, tidelands, 4.21.53 (3442-3)
  • Folk music, Arkansas, 10.9.63 (19053)
    • and folk art, article by Herman Schaden, 7.1.70 (S10433)
  • Folklife Festival, JWF's recognition, newspaper articles, 7.16.70 (S11558)
  • Food, export to Europe, 11.14.47
    • farmer not to blame for high prices of, 10.24.48
  • Food for Peace, 5.15.62
  • Food Stamps, program in Arkansas praised, 5.28.70 (S7959)
  • Football, 3.25.57
    • obscures university's purpose, 1.15.40
    • inverse quality to education, 6.28.40
    • effects on morality, 3.27.51 (2905)
    • in Texas, 4.21.53 (3439)
    • Alabama, 5.27.56
    • and world politics, 7.24.61 (13247)
    • Razorbacks national champions, 1.12.65 (SF)
  • Ford, Edsel, tribute to, 4.8.70 (S5037)
  • Ford Foundation, tribute, 4.23.56
  • Ford, Gerald, accession to the President, 8.9.74 (S14677)
    • quoted on oil prices, 10.9.74
    • quoted, 11.2.74
    • anti-inflation measures, 11.2.74
  • Foreign affairs, America's grasp of responsibilities, criticized, 4.11.46 (3508)
    • reappraisal of position on, 5.17.46
    • problems of US system of government in conduct of, 10.31.46
    • impact upon domestic situation, 12.5.51
    • role of Congress, 4.21.61
    • interference by private citizens, 7.26.65 (SF)
    • danger of prolonged national preoccupation with, 5.10.66
    • beyond coexistence, 5.30.67
    • "In Thrall to Fear," Truman Doctrine, U.N., with Soviet Union and Communism, Khruschev, Red China, Indochina War, Ho Chi Minh, historic perspectives and U.S. attitudes toward, 1.19.72 (S27)
  • Foreign Agents, lobbying activities, 2.4.63
    • lobbying, 2.17.63
    • regulation of lobbying, 6.3.63 (10764)
    • registration, 9.10.63 (16598)
    • registration of lobbying activities, 7.6.64 (SF)
    • regulation of lobbying activities, 1.26.65 (SF); 4.5.65 (SF)
    • for Philippines, see: Philippines
  • Foreign Agents Registration Act, research by law school, 8.27.62 (17731)
  • Foreign aid, not purpose of Fulbright resolution, 8.25.43
    • labeling of, 6.7.49 (7332)
    • equipment sent should be tailored to needs and abilities of recipient, 8.30.51 (10852)
    • relevance of trade to, 6.8.54 (7821)
    • objective not love of US, 6.28.56 (11251)
    • need for greater economic aid, 6.29.56 (11354)
    • proposed changes in, 1.27.57
    • objectives, 4.30.57
    • need for long-range program, 4.30.57
    • program defended, 6.13.57 (8984-91)
    • appropriation, 6.14.57 (9120-1)
    • 1957 bill, 8.13.57 (14500-5); 8.13.57 (14507-8)
    • faults of short-term programs, 8.13.57 (14507-8); 8.27.57 (16015)
    • proposed adjustments in, 5.9.58; 5.28.58
    • not an anti-recession measure, 6.4.58 (10139)
    • to unpopular governments, criticized, 8.6.58 (16318-9)
    • 1959 bill, see also: Congressional Record Index
    • need to increase, 3.18.59 (4408)
    • emphasis on economic aid, 4.24.59 (6228-31)
    • need for long-term plans, 6.30.59 (12279)
    • and inflation abroad, 6.9.59 (10290-4)
    • not a popularity contest, 6.30.59 (12276)
    • control by committee on appropriations, 7.1.59 (12439, 19444, 12446)
    • to neutral nations, 7.2.59 (12575-6)
    • long-term borrowing authority, 7.2.59 (12560-67)
    • purpose is US self-interest, 7.2.59 (12586)
    • health programs, 7.7.59 (12849-50)
    • and expropriation of US firms, 7.8.59 (12958-9)
    • Draper report, 8.24.59 (16766-7
    • should not be earmarked for certain nations, 9.12.59 (19340-6)
    • 1960 bill, comments on, 2.18.60 (2840)
    • compared to warm-over gifts, 4.27.60 (8745), 5.2.60 (9030-45)
    • reasons for support, 4.4.60
    • waste and inefficiency, 4.27.60 (8745)
    • long-term basis, 5.1.60
    • long-term planning, 8.23.60
    • administrative problems, 11.1.60
    • 1961 bill, 8.11.61 (15616-9); 8.16.61 (16010)
    • conference report, 8.31.61 (17674-6)
    • long-term program, 4.30.61
    • rationale, 8.4.61 (14698)
    • moral justification for, 8.14.61 (14712)
    • self-interest of US not sole reason for, 8.4.61 (14712)
    • would support even if opposed by the electorate, 8.4.61
    • five-year financing, 8.6.61
    • and population explosion, 8.6.61
    • purpose, 8.11.61 (15619)
    • watchdog committee, opposed, 8.14.61 (15679)
    • utilization of private channels, 8.14.61 (15685)
    • long-term program, 8.14.61 (15699)
    • limitations on Presidential discretion, 8.17.61 (16150-1)
    • and trade protectionism, 8.18.61 (16395-6)
    • 80 percent in US, 8.19.62
    • benefits to Arkansas, 10.30.62
    • essential to US security, 10.31.62
    • 1963 Bill, conference report, 12.13.63 (24466-7)
    • see also: Foreign Aid in Congressional Record Index
    • conduct of program, 3.28.63
    • cooperation with Atlantic allies, 4.30.63
    • British contributions, 10.9.63 (10949)
    • accomplishments since 1945, 10.28.63 (20337-9)
    • separate military from economic, 10.28.63 (20338)
    • mistakes exaggerated, 10.31.63 (20845-6)
    • proposed changes, 11.6.63 (21242)
    • and aggression, 11.7.63 (21365-67)
    • 1964 Bill, 8.1.64 (SF); 8.10.64 (SF); 8.11.64 (SF)
    • increasing concentration of, 8.1.64 (SF)
    • diverts resources from domestic needs, 8.1.64 (SF)
    • prevents war, 10.2.64 (SF)
    • 1965 Bill, 3.4.65 (SF); 6.10.65 (SF); 6.11.65 (SF); 6.14.65 (SF)
    • floor management, 3.4.65 (SF)
    • proposed revisions, 3.4.65 (SF)
    • multi-lateralization of, 3.6.65
    • Soviet-American cooperation, 3.6.65
    • cease pressing on hostile countries, 3.14.65
    • participation of Europe, 5.4.65
    • US self-interest, 6.10.65 (SF)
    • use by special interests, opposed, 6.14.65 (SF)
    • Assistance Act of 1965, 8.23.65 (SF); 8.24.65 (SF)
    • reasons for voting Apresent, 9.23.65 (SF)
    • necessary modifications in, 9.23.65 (SF)
    • and world bank, 9.30.65 (SF)
    • and private industry, 3.20.66
    • conflict of politics with economics, 4.1.66 (SF)
    • separation of military and economic aid urged, 4.1.66 (SF)
    • multilateralization urged, 4.1.66 (SF)
    • long-term authorization urged, 4.1.66 (SF)
    • multilaterization of, 7.18.66 (SF)
    • concentration in fewer countries, 7.18.66 (SF)
    • political advantages of internationalization, 7.18.66 (SF)
    • long-term authorization, reconcidered, 7.18.66 (SF)
    • separation of military & economic, 7.18.66 (SF)
    • restraint on Executive, 7.18.66 (SF)
    • draws US into political & military commitments, 7.26.66 (SF)
    • bilateral type incompatible with national dignity, 7.26.66 (SF)
    • arrogance of US power, 7.22.66 (SF)
    • obligation of rich to help poor, 7.26.66 (SF)
    • economic effect on Arkansas, 7.28.66 (SF)
    • tool for imperialistic intervention, 10.4.66
    • should not entail American Apresence, 8.29.66 (SF)
    • multilateral programs, 10.5.66 (SF)
    • Lebanese road building, 10.5.66 (SF)
    • Foreign Assistance Act of 1967, 8.14.67 (SF); 8.15.67 (SF); 8.16.67 (SF); 8.17.67 (SF); 11.8.67 (SF)
    • Inter-American Bank, 8.23.67 (SF)
    • Foreign Assistance Act of 1969, proposed, 2.16.68; 6.9.69 (SF) S6163
    • and unlawful seizure of U.S. fishing vessels, 4.3.68 (SF)
    • the role of the Foreign Relations Committee, 10.9.69 (S12252)
    • views on Foreign Assistance Act of 1969, 12.11.69 (S16527)
    • Vietnam and, 12.12.69 (S16612)
    • Appropriation bill, conference report, 12.29.70 (S21453)
    • Nixon Doctrine, 1.4.71
    • NATO and U.S. military assistance, 1.4.71
    • arms sales, 1.4.71
    • proposed military assistance and sales, 1.4.71
    • aid to Cambodia, letter to Compt. General of U.S., 1.28.71
    • introduction of S2295 to amend Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, 7.15.71 (S11096)
    • and isolationism, 10.13.71
    • deletion of language concerning South Vietnam, Cambodia and Burma, 10.29.71 (S17196)
    • and "Neo-isolationism," 10.31.71
    • and military aid, 10.31.71
    • to Israel, 10.31.71
    • letter to Senator Allen Ellender, chairman of Appropriations Committee, 11.8.71
    • "Double-Talk Bookkeeping," by Rich R. Kaufman, 11.8.71 (S17771)
    • denial of information to Congress re, 11.9.71 (S17771)
    • and the U.S. economy, by Rep. Otto Passman, 12.16.71 (S21839)
    • aid for Seychelles Islands, 12.1.71 (S21837)
    • to Portugal, 12.11.71 (S21403)
    • amendment to continuing Appropriations for Foreign Aid to decrease appropriations, 12.15.71 (S21737)
    • "No Wonder We're Broke," from U.S. News & World Report, 12.16.71 (S21824)
    • letters supporting JWF on foreign aid decrease, 12.16.71 (S21824)
    • debate on Inter-American Dev. Bank amendment, 2.2.72 (S1154)
    • to Bangladesh, must come from other programs, 2.4.72 (S1209)
    • New York Times editorial on arms limitation, Scoville article, 2.24.72 (S2530)
    • New York Timeseditorial, 2.24.72 (S2530)
    • Conference reports on contribution to Inter-American Dev. Bank, Asian Dev. Bank, Inter. Dev. Assoc., 3.1.72 (S3035)
    • Foreign Military Sales Act, 4.11.72 (S7102)
    • Pastore amendment on military commitments, 6.19.72 (S9660)
    • Tower amendment to Foreign Assistance Act, 6.19.72 (S9658)
    • Dominick amendment to hire mercenaries, 6.23.72 (S10109)
    • amendment to Foreign Military Sales Act, 7.24.72 (S11665)
    • continuing resolution, 10.16.72 (S18390)
    • debate on continuing resolution, 10.17.72 (S18535)
    • on limiting the continuing resolution, 2.26.73 (S3347)
    • Introduction of S1443, Foreign Military Sales Act of 1973, 4.3.73 (S6420)
    • country-by-country military assistance for 1973, 4.17.73 (S7618)
    • Southwest Timeseditorial on military aid, 4.18.73 (S7807)
    • Paddock AID article, 6.4.73 (S10286)
    • Continuing resolution, 6.29.73 (S12538)
    • Foreign Assistance Act of 1969, 6.9.69 (S6163)
    • Foreign Assistance Act of 1972, JWF on Mansfield amendment, 5.18.71
    • Foreign Assistance Act of 1971, letter from Compt. General re, 8.18.71
    • plan for termination of, 2.7.74 (S1422)
    • spending, 2.15.74
    • hidden military assistance to Vietnam, Korea, and Thailand, 5.6.74 (S7062)
    • appropriations, 9.30.74 (S17762), 10.1.74 (S17934)
    • effect on, oil prices, 9.30.74 (S17728)
    • future of, 10.19.71
    • Mansfield amendment, withdrawal of troops, 10.26.71 (S16805)
    • Cooper-Church amendment prohibiting funds for Indochina, 10.26.71 (S16805)
    • statement on introduction, 10.26.71
    • Stevens amendment calling for repeal of Formosa Resolution, 10.27.71 (S16942)
    • Aiden amendment to cut back funds for American-supported schools and hospitals, 10.27.71 (S16939)
    • debate on Cooper-Church amendment, 10.28.71 (S17077)
    • debate on Cambodia funds ceiling, 10.28.71 (S17077)
    • Dominick amendment, 10.29.71 (S17189)
    • Stevens amendment re: interest on Dev. Loan Fund, 10.29.71 (S17188)
    • Randolph amendment re: international drug traffic, 10.29.71 (S17169)
    • Gurney amendment to establish Joint Committee on UN, 10.29.71 (S17201)
    • Gravel substitute for Symington amendment, 10.29.71 (S17172)
    • Symington amendment, 10.29.71 (S17170)
    • Allen amendment to prohibit military assistance to Greece, 10.29.71 (S17155)
    • Buckley amendment re: US membership in UN, 10.29.71 (S17155)
    • Brock amendment for withdrawal of funds from countries failing to support 1949 Geneva Convention, 10.29.71 (S17187)
    • Dominick amendment re: US financial support of UN, 10.29.71 (S17189)
    • Case amendment concerning Cambodia, South Vietnam and Burma, 10.29.71 (S17196)
    • Church-Allott amendment on Dev. Loan Fund, 10.29.71 (S17176)
    • Church amendment to reduce total military aid authorization, 10.29.71 (S17198)
    • final vote, 10.29.71 (S17210)
    • continuing appropriations for 1972, 12.16.71 (S21841)
    • final passage of Conference Report, 12.17.71 (S21894)
    • Foreign Assistance Act of 1972, flood debate, 6.12.72 (S9199)
    • JWF amendment to reduce amount, 9.22.72 (S15733)
    • colloquy on Hartke amendment on drug traffic, 9.25.72 (S15780) and on Stevenson amendment (S15785)
    • debate on, 9.25.72 (S15780)
    • Scott amendment, 9.25.72 (S15786)
    • Stennis amendment, 9.25.72 (S15870), 9.26.72 (S15839); 9.28.72 (S16274)
    • amendment to make President release impounded funds, 2.8.73 (S2431)
    • see also: Congressional Record Index, Economic Aid, Food for Peace, Marshall Plan, Underdeveloped Nations.
  • Foreign Chanceries, prohibited in residential areas, 7.5.62 (12742); 1.31.63 (1453); 7.24.63 (13214)
    • in Washington, 9.27.72 (S16083)
  • Foreign currencies, and congressional travels, 8.11.64 (SF)
    • use in bi-national educational exchanges, 2.9.65 (SF)
  • Foreign investments, in Latin America, 2.1.54 (1073)
  • Foreign Languages, see: Languages
  • Foreign Military Sales Act of 1970
    • JWF floor statements for May-June, and complete debates which include Cooper-Church amendment and Byrd amendment, assimilated in files beginning 5.13.70 (S7105)
    • statement, 11.8.71
    • debate, 6.25.73 (S11900)
    • defense spending, 6.26.73 (S12031)
  • Foreign policy, object is national welfare, 4.29.43
    • traditional weaknesses, 7.15.43
    • based on self-interest, 8.25.43
    • no longer separable from domestic policy, 3.28.45 (2897)
    • vacillation in, 2.3.47
    • suggestions for institutional changes to improve, 2.3.47
    • outline for postwar period, 2.8.49
    • basic relations are with Europe not Far East, 12.11.50 (16396-4)
    • objective of, 1.18.51
    • Russia, not China, the primary enemy, 4.26.51 (4403)
    • disadvantages of division of powers, 3.7.52
    • policy, guidelines, 7.4.54
    • bipartisan, failure of Democratic party, 12.30.56
    • need for opposition in peacetime, 3.25.57
    • failures of US leadership since Korea, 6.3.58
    • dangerous apathy, 6.20.58 (11844-50)
    • must be attuned to opinions of mankind, 7.16.58 (13908)
    • drift toward war, 8.6.58 (16317)
    • popular responsibility for, 8.21.58 (18903-8)
    • survey of factors which shape, 4.16.59
    • theory of bipartisanship questioned, 4.16.59; 4.18.59
    • need for underlying popular consensus and agreement, 5.7.59
    • moralistic attitude, 9.9.59 (18773)
    • American frustration, 8.23.60
    • importance of strong President, 3.26.61
    • dependent upon residential power, 5.5.61
    • problems of constitutional machinery, 5.5.61
    • US record since 1945, 6.29.61 (11702)
    • complexity of solutions, 8.21.61
    • role of House of Representatives, 4.21.61
    • development of theory containment, 8.21.61
    • and democracy, problems, 1.23.63
    • US not omnipotent, 1.24.63
    • need for bipartisanship, 2.17.63
    • and public opinion, 3.9.63
    • preeminent role of president, 3.9.63
    • criteria for responsible criticism of, 5.4.63
    • mistaken belief in immutability of Soviet policy, 9.9.63 (16539)
    • racial segregation not a burden on, 9.15.63
    • myths and realities, 3.25.64 (SF)
    • need for flexibility, 12.8.64
    • instruments should not be confused with goals, 12.8.64
    • liberation doctrine, a failure, 12.8.64
    • building of bridges, 12.8.64
    • advance of international community, 3.6.65
    • neo-isolationism, 4.3.65
    • role of dissent in, 10.22.65 (SF)
    • Senate should reflect common man's feeling, 2.1.66
    • new era began in 1961, 3.14.66
    • inconstancy of, 3.22.66
    • dangers of moralism, 3.22.66
    • historic US tension between anti-communism and nationalism, 3.22.66
    • US options for China, 3.22.66
    • US should support nationalism rather than oppose communism, 3.22.66
    • a kind of voodoo in US, 4.21.66
    • Right-wing interference in trade, 4.28.66 US
    • overextension compared to Napoleonic France and Nazi Germany, 4.28.66; 5.17.66
    • danger of overextending commitments, 5.3.66 (SF)
    • CIA influence on, 5.16.66 (SF)
    • need for Senate power over CIA, 7.14.66 (SF)
    • radical new Asian doctrine, 7.22.66 (SF)
    • building bridges to East, 10.11.66 (SF)US role as global policeman, 10.14.66; 5.5.67
    • great powers should forebear interference in other societies, 12.5.66
    • US spirit of universal mission, 5.5.67
    • psychological drives in, 5.30.67
    • executive intervention in Congo, criticized, 7.10.67 (SF); 8.4.67 (SF)
    • American power regarded as end in itself, 8.8.67
    • traditional methods inadequate, 8.8.67
  • Defense Department research funds, 8.22.67 (SF)
    • Role of Congress and Executive, 1.19.51; 3.7.52; 2.11.57; 3.26.61; 4.21.61; 3.9.63
    • Congressional voice needed in creating Acommitments,2.21.66
    • role of Senate a minor one, 4.6.66
    • failure of Congress to fulfill its role, 4.21.66
    • Congressional role, 6.4.66
    • Congressional check on Executive, 7.18.66 (SF)
    • need for congressional voice in, 10.3.66 (SF)
    • congressional voice in declaring war, 2.28.67 (SF)
    • Congressional role, 3.16.67; 4.4.67 Congressional role in creating Acommitments, 3.20.67
    • Congressional role in shaping, 4.27.67 (SF)
    • erosion of congressional role, 7.31.67 (SF)
    • resolution of Congressional role in creating Anational commitment, 7.31.67 (SF)
    • Congressional role in Acommitments, 8.20.67
    • essential U.S. choice, 9.26.67
    • Congressional role in "commitments," 9.26.67; 11.1.67; 10.11.67 (SF); 2.24.68; 3.7.68 (SF)
    • role of executive, S.J. Res. 187, 11.20.67 (SF)
    • changing U.S. conceptions of, 12.13.67 (SF)
    • proper U.S. role, 1.21.68
    • Commission, proposed, 5.22.68 (SF)
    • Nixon Administration, philosophy, 4.27.69
    • beyond Vietnam, 5.1.69
    • American role of "World Policeman," 5.1.69
    • effects of McCarthyism on, 5.1.69 (S4604)
    • changing the balance of power system, 5.1.69
    • Power Politics in the nuclear age, views on an international system, 5.1.69
    • seeking a new approach to conduct of, 5.6.69
    • containment theory as a myth, 5.6.69
    • ultimate test of objective, 5.19.69
    • current foreign policy as drain on US psychological resources, 5.19.69
    • current dilemmas of, 5.19.69
    • privileges and prerogatives of the Senate, 6.8.69
    • psychiatry and, 6.16.69 (6.15.69?)
    • US and Canadian relations, article dealing with, 6.8.70 (S8558)
    • American public opinion, transition of, "An American Foreign Policy: Imperative - Responsible Restraint," by Marshall Wright, 7.30.70 (S12445)
    • Nixon's State of the World Message, 1.28.71
    • SALT talks, 2.28.71
    • JWF comments on Nixon's "State of World" address, 2.28.71
    • and Congress, 4.3.71
    • "New Internationalism," 4.4.71
    • and separation of powers, 4.16.71
    • effects of anti-war demonstrations and legislation on, 5.4.71
    • "The USA Astride the Globe," by Merio Pusey, 10.1.71 (S15628)
    • Okinawa Reversion Treaty and Japanese/American relations, 11.8.71 (S17765)
    • "American Majority are Isolationists," by Burton K. Wheeler, 11.30.71 (S19891)
    • "Time for Sanity in Foreign Policy," by Frank Getlein, 12.16.71 (S21841)
    • "In Thrall to Fear," Truman Doctrine, Indochina War, Russia, relations with since 1945 (Khruschev), Cold War, China, relations with (Mao Tse-Tung), Ho Chi-Minh, UN, 1.7.72
    • see also Foreign Relations
  • Foreign relations, complexity of, 9.15.51
    • effect of cheese embargo on, 1.23.52 (441-3)
    • need to establish long-term policies, 3.6.52
    • constitutional primacy of executive, 1.19.51
    • links with domestic affairs, 11.3.59
    • problems of official secrecy, 4.30.61
    • and agriculture, 5.15.62
    • importance of manners, 6.12.64
    • private interference in, 7.26.65 (SF)
    • commitments abroad, need to re-examine, 9.25.69 (EW)
    • "Old Myths and New Realities," 4.2.70 (S4877)
    • Communist China, 4.23.73 (S6145)
    • Canada, 6.8.70 (S8558)
    • Use of secret information, comments by Joseph McCaffrey and David Brinkley, 1.20.72 (S127)
    • "Fiscal Cost of Cold War," article, 2.8.73 (S2469)
    • see also: Foreign Policy
  • Foreign Relations Authorization Act, JWF comments on, 4.28.72 (S6959)
    • debate on, Congress v. Executive, Executive privilege and classification of documents, 5.1.72 (S7010)
  • Foreign Relations Committee, need for better briefings by state department, 1.17.59 (795, 798)
    • method of staff appointments, 6.9.59 (10289)
    • method of handling Dillon nomination, 6.9.59 (10289)
    • 1964 activities, 10.2.64 (SF)
    • dispute with Senator Dodd in, 8.23.65 (SF); 8.30.65 (SF)
    • duty of chairman to speak out, 10.22.65 (SF)
    • purpose of Vietnam hearings, 2.21.66; 3.14.66
    • impact of test ban hearings, 3.14.66
    • results of Vietnam hearings, 4.6.66
    • purpose of foreign policy hearings, 4.21.66
    • and CIA, 5.16.66 (SF)
    • reorganization amendment, 3.3.67 (SF)
    • invitation to General Westmoreland, 4.27.67 (SF)
    • forum of free discussion, 7.31.67 (SF)
    • lack of communication from State Department, 100.10.67 (SF); 11.22.67
    • testimony of Dean Rusk, 11.7.67
    • Vietnam hearings, 12.8.67 (SF)
      statement to Dean Rusk, 3.11.[68?]
    • hearings on NPT, Laird testimony, 2.19.69
    • role of, discussed, 4.19.69
    • Nixon Administration withholding information from, 5.12.69
    • hearings on foreign policy and psychiatry, 6.5.69
    • Advise and Consent, function of, 6.12.69 (S6549)
    • commitments abroad, need to re-examine, 9.25.69
    • jurisdiction of, 10.9.69 (S12252)
    • role of, discussed, 10.21.69
    • hearings on UN, statements on opening of, 2.4.70
    • tributes to JWF as chairman, 4.23.70 (S6093)
    • Carl Marcy affair, 5.6.70 (S6821)
    • summary of activities of, 91st Congress, 12.30.70 (S21478)
    • rules of the Committee, 3.1.71 (S2179)
    • and the Indochina War, 4.14.71
    • Nixon Administration withholding information on government programs abroad, 9.22.71 (S14727)
    • jurisdiction over Rhodesian chrome question, 9.27.71 (S15116)
    • S.J. Res. 237, funding, reported, 1.26.72 (S492)
    • rules of, 2.29.72 (S2830)
    • summary of 1972 activities, 10.14.72 (S18316)
    • funds for, 2.27.73 (S3510)
    • moratorium on MIRV testing, 7.18.74 (S12889)
    • report on Kissinger's wiretapping role printed in Record, 8.7.74 (S14446)
  • Foreign service, problems of, 7.15.43
    • need for intellectuals in, 10.17.44
    • American amateurism, 1.17.59 (805)
    • tribute, 6.24.64
    • personnel system, 8.7.64 (SF)
    • courtesy passports, 10.8.65 (SF)
    • administrative reorganization needed, 6.20.67 (SF)
    • morale problems, 10.3.67 (SF); 5.28.68
    • school of language studies, 2.20.67
    • "Vietnamization of the Foreign Service," by John Claymore, 12.10.71 (S21430)
  • Foreign students, orientation courses, 3.21.60 (6065)
    • difficulties in US, 4.14.60 (8034)
    • US responsibilities for those studying under private finances, 1.15.62 (430)
  • Foreign Student Service Council, 4.6.61 (5473-4)
  • Foreign trade, and high tariffs, 5.11.43 (4218)
  • Forest Services, 5.15.59
    • land legislation, 5.24.68 (SF)
  • Forester, Bobby, tribute, 6.9.60 (12189)
  • Forestry, brush elimination, 7.22.59 (13585)
    • progress in, 11.8.49
  • Forestry, development of national program, 8.6.59 (15251)
  • Forestry, minimum wage, 8.26.66 (SF)
  • Forestry research, 4.15.43 (3407); 5.24.56; 2.9.61 (1960); 3.2.62
  • Formosa, no emergency in, 1.24.55 (622)
    • danger of war in, 3.13.55
    • threat of invasion, 8.17.54 (14794-5)
    • critical situation, 5.27.57 (7668-9)
    • Stevens amendment to Foreign Assistance Act of 1971, 10.27.71 (S16942)
    • see: Taiwan
  • Fort Chafee, deactivation, criticized, 12.17.58
  • Fort Smith National Historical Site, 6.9.61; 7.20.61
  • Fortas, Abe, mentioned, 6.9.69 (S6192)
  • Fosdick, Dr. Harry Emerson, quoted, 8.13.46
  • France, danger of communism in, 11.14.47
    • colonialism, 3.29.54 (3952-3)
    • governmental problems, 2.13.56
    • collapse of democracy in, 5.28.58
    • US differences with, 8.23.59
    • commercial treaty, 8.17.60 (16562) (16606-7)
    • antagonism toward Anglo-Saxons, 1.24.63 (926)
    • division of Europe, 2.14.63
    • not proper leader for Europe, 3.28.63
    • shame at World War Two effort, 6.23.63
    • role in Western Alliance, 10.29.63 (20507)
    • recovery since World War II, 10.29.63 (20507)
    • differences of viewpoint with US, 5.8.64
    • anti-American attitude of, regretted, 3.14.65
    • peace treaty of 1815, 3.1.66 (SF)
    • mistreatment of China by, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • respect of underdeveloped nations for, 4.21.66
    • President Pompidou, 3.6.70 (S3067)
    • colonial exploitation of, 10.3.67 (SF); 12.8.67 (SF)
  • Franco Administration, JWF, Spanish Bases (New York Times), 7i.31.70 (S12500)
  • Frank, Jerome, quoted, 3.7.66 (SF); 5.5.66; 5.30.67
  • Frankel, Charles, tribute to, 9.13.65 (SF); 1.14.70
    • quoted, 12.5.66
  • Franco-Prussian War, 5.5.66
  • Franking privileges, 11.30.54 (16199-201)
    • abuse of, 6.2.70 (S8158)
    • Senator Hatfield and, 6.2.70 (S8161)
  • Franklin, Benjamin, quoted, 6.1.48
  • Free enterprise, opposed to margarine tax, 12.18.47 (11590)
  • Freedom, molded by education, 4.11.62
    • view of Senator Goldwater, 8.2.63 (13961)
    • ridiculed, 8.15.64 (SF)
    • criticized, 9.14.64 (SF)
    • defined, 9.14.64 (SF); 4.17.68
    • see also: Individualism
  • Freedom Academy, 2.9.61 (1853)
  • Freedom in democratic society, 7.28.61
  • Freedom of discussion, hampered by centralized communications media, 1.25.55
    • declining in colleges, 1.25.55
    • truth will prevail in marketplace, 3.14.66; 4.21.66
    • see also:dissent
  • Freedom of expression, need for, 4.21.53 (3479)
  • Freedom of the marketplace, repeal of margarine tax, 6.24.55
  • Freedom of press, international guarantees for, 9.7.44 (7587); 10.28.44
    • undue influence of USIA on, 5.29.57 (7968, 7980-4)
    • and US passport policy, 8.20.57 (15264)
    • comments, 4.16.71
    • statement by JWF inserted by Senator Sparkman, 7.22.71 (S11797)
    • "Grumbling Off," by Nicholas Von Hoffman, 9.22.72 (S14727)
    • and Office of Tel. policy, 1.23.73 (S1158)
    • letters from Arkansas re;, 1.23.73 (S1159)
    • JWF views on, 1.23.73 (S1157)
  • Freedom of the skies, 2.16.43 (1011-3)
  • Freeman, Orville, tribute, 7.30.63 (13688)
  • Freight rates, see: railroad freight rates
  • Friday, Herschel, nomination for Supreme Court, 10.15.71
  • Fritchey, Clayton, "State of Affairs," Canada and U.S. Foreign Policy, 6.8.70 (S8958)
    • "The Trend in Greece," 2.18.71 (E845)
  • Fromm, Erich, quoted, 6.4.66; 12.5.66; 11.24.68
  • Fruit growers, 2.8.56 (2337)
  • Fuentes, Carlos, comments, 7.17.69 (S8218)
  • Fulbrecht, Wilhelm, acknowledgement of CARE package, 5.29.47 (5155)
  • Fulbright, J.W., alleged improper influence on RFC, 2.23.51
    • personal relations with president Truman, 4.26.51 (4409)
    • conservatism of, 1.19.55; 6.27.61 (11400)
    • colloquy with Senator McCarthy, 6.22.55 (8953, 8957)
    • Amicus curiae brief, 9.4.58
    • accusations of, by Senator Goldwater, 4.17.59 (6198-6201)
    • visit to middle east, 6.15.60 (12618-21)
    • not candidate for cabinet post, 12.2.60
    • recollections of academic career, 3.26.61
    • personal independence, 3.26.61
    • opposed for Secretary of State by NAACP, 3.26.61
    • differences with Homer Adkins, 3.26.61
    • would support foreign aid regardless of views of voters, 8.4.61
    • special perspective on agricultural issues, 5.15.62
    • campaign appeal, 7.30.62
    • role as Senator, 7.30.62
    • role in Senate, 11.5.62
    • management of foreign aid bill, 3.4.65 (SF)
    • role in Johnson Administration foreign policy, 3.14.65
    • crank mail, 2.19.66
    • differences with President Johnson, 2.21.66; 3.6.66
    • no feud with Johnson, 3.20.66
    • Oxford experience, 2.22.67
    • simple Ozark hillbilly, 2.28.67 (SF)
    • does not want to be Vice-President, 3.20.67
    • plea to Nixon Administration to end the Vietnam War, 3.21.69
    • what he would do to end the Vietnam War, 10.21.69
    • on becoming Secretary of State in Kennedy Administration, 4.16.69
    • views concerning civil rights, 4.19.69
    • his views concerning national priorities, 2.19.69
    • views on American society, 4.19.69
    • on why he entered politics, 4.19.69
    • views on dissent by Senators, 4.1.69
    • view about decade of 1960s, 5.1.69
    • tribute to as Chairman of Foreign Relations Committee, 4.23.70 (S6093)
    • amendment reducting NASA appropriations by 10%, 7.7.70 (S10719)
    • added as co-sponsor to Goodell amendment to HUD appropriations for additional funds for water and sewer projects, 7.7.70 (S10703)
    • "JWF vs. the Junta," Evans and Novak, 2.11.71 (S1336)
    • amendment to Mansfield amendment, 5.19.71 (S7400)
    • amendment to Dominick Foreign Service amendment to Higher Education Bill, 8.6.71 (S13639)
    • motion to reconsider vote on Rhodesian Chrome amendment, 9.24.71 (S15041)
    • on riots following World Series victory in Pittsburgh, 10.9.71 (S16571)
    • American to reduce authorizations for special Foreign Military and Related Assistance Bill, 11.11.71 (S18238)
    • amendment to Revenue Act to shorten extension of, 11.16.71 (S18733)
    • amendment to Revenue Act of 1971 to limit authorization of DISC, 11.22.71 (S19311)
    • on Mansfield amendment to end the [Vietnam] war, 12.11.71 (S21430)
    • amendment to decrease funds for foreign aid, 12.15.71 (S21737)
    • urges Congress to end Vietnam war, 1.4.73 (S249)
    • tribute to J.N. Heiskell, 1.18.73 (S1001)
    • on war powers, 1.18.73 (S1007)
    • views on freedom of press, 1.23.73 (S1157)
    • on cutbacks of funds benefitting rural America, 1.23.73 (S1167)
    • Exchange Program, 5.29.74
  • Fulbright Painters Exhibit, 10.29.59
  • Fulbright Resolution, 9.20.43; 10.5.43
    • explanation and defense of, 5.10.43
    • explained and defended, 6.15.43; 8.26.43; 10.23.43
    • inactivity on, 1.17.45
    • supported by international atomic controls, 4.11.46 (3508)
    • see also: Peacekeeping Organization, United Nations
  • Fulbright Scholarships, 9.27.45 (9044); 12.15.45 (12123-4); 4.11.46 (3553); 5.17.49;
    • 7.31.49; 7.13.50 (10049-58); 6.27.61 (11400-3); 7.10.61 (12106-10)
    • appropriation, 6.19.48 (9051); 5.25.56 (8997)
    • aim of, 11.5.48
    • growth of program, 8.30.51
    • success of program, 4.26.50 (5776); 10.8.53; 5.25.56 (8997)
    • aim of, 11.5.48 (5776)
    • growth of program, 8.30.51; 4.26.50 (5776); 10.8.53; 5.26.56 (8997)
    • development of, 5.27.54; 6.7.49 (7333)
    • history and prospects of program, 8.24.51 (10636-9)
    • better than Voice of America, 7.7.50
    • preferable to USIA, 5.23.57 (7494)
    • Latin American program, 6.11.54 (8045); 5.15.58 (8807)
    • selection of Board, 7.17.47
    • statement of first awards, 4.8.48
    • three certain Chinese students not admitted under, 9.1.50 (14118)
    • impossible with communist countries, 4.17.51
    • propaganda use of, 5.15.51
    • exchange with Yugoslavia, endorsed, 8.24.51 (10629)
    • permission for foreign students to remain in US defeats purpose of program, 3.30.53 (2433)
    • reductions in, opposed, 8.1.53 (10834-5)
    • amendments changing purpose of, opposed, 8.1.53 (10831-6)
    • Bi-national Agreements, 8.1.53 (10853)
    • approval by private industry, 8.1.53 (10853)
    • motivation for, 10.8.53
    • geographical distribution in US, 6.11.54 (8045-6)
    • survey of costs, 5.31.55 (7246-8)
    • purpose outlined, 4.23.56
    • respect for culture of Asia and Africa, 4.23.56
    • complemented by private foundations, 4.27.57
    • letter from recipients, 6.18.57 (9429)
    • and artistic activity, 2.28.59; 10.29.59
    • with Russia, 1.17.59 (806)
    • exchange with Japan, 1.23.59 (1097)
    • and fur-lined Cadillacs, 9.2.59 (1739)
    • program protected from political influence, 8.17.60 (16632)
    • improve program, 3.2.61 (3029)
    • funds for dependents, 7.11.61 (12293); 7.12.61 (12352)
  • Fulbright Scholarships Program, 8.24.60 (17470)
    • experience, 3.26.61
    • and foreign students studying under private financing, 1.15.62 (430)
    • appraised, 8.13.62; 2.17.63
    • with Netherlands, 5.8.64
    • development of, 5.6.65, 3.1.66 (SF)
    • motivation, 2.22.67