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

  • Gabon, dissolution of parliament for sake of economy, 1.30.64 (SF)
  • Galbraith, John Kenneth, quoted, 11.19.59; 8.13.62; 4.3.65
  • Galloway, Joseph, quoted, 4.28.66
  • Gambling, RFC support of in Nevada, 7.7.50
  • Gardner, John, testimony on Vietnam, 5.11.71 (S6642)
  • Garst, Roswell, trips to Russia, 6.26.74 (S11597)
    • correspondence with Soviet officials, 6.26.75 (S11598)
    • letter from Khruschev, 7.31.74
  • Gas, Northern exploitation, 3.29.50 (4288)
  • Gas Warfare, ineffectiveness of, 11.8.45
  • Gasoline, price trend of, 3.4.74 (S2661)
  • Gathings, E.C. Took, retirement, 10.18.67; 11.1.68 (SF)
  • General Accounting Office, and Cambodia funds, 2.15.71
  • General Agreements on Tariffs and Trade, 5.23.62 (8982-3)
  • General Services Administration, JWF tribute to 50th anniversary of, 6.8.71 (S8477)
  • Geneva Conference, results, 7.31.55
    • failure to discuss Russian arms deal with Nasser, 3.25.57
  • Geneva Protocol of 1926, submitted to Senate, support of ratification by JWF, 8.21.70 (S13943)
    • prohibition of gas and bacteriological methods of warfare, 10.2.70 (S17016)
  • Geneva Tariff Agreements, 5.31.48
  • George, Senator Walter, tribute, 5.9.56 (7779)
  • George Amendment, concerning executive agreements, 2.2.54 (2260)
  • George Washington University, illiterate students, 4.27.62 (7285)
    • law school, 10.18.65 (SF)
    • JWF on Sesquicentennial of, 2.9.71 (S1087)
  • German paintings, in US, 4.22.48 (4744)
    • exhibition, 2.25.49 (1556)
    • in US, 3.22.58
  • Germans, sinister race, 7.25.40
    • desire for dominion, 7.30.40
    • a dangerous people, 11.30.63
  • Germany, reunification, 7.31.58; 4.22.57; 2.26.59 (3032-3); 6.7.59; 11.19.64; 12.8.64; 3.6.65; 5.4.65
    • partition, paramount Cold War issue, 3.1.66 (SF)
    • failure of 1944 plot against Hitler, 3.1.66 (SF)
    • and Versailles treaty, 3.1.66 (SF)
    • trade with China, 3.20.66; 7.27.66
    • US troop withdrawals, 4.28.66
    • postwar myths of US policy toward, examined, 9.27.66 (SF)
    • Kiesinger-Brandt coalition, 1.19.67 (SF)
    • abandonment of Hallstein doctrine, 1.19.67 (SF)
    • encouraging new trend, 1.19.67 (SF); 4.21.67
  • Germany, Weimer Republic, 3.5.49 (1915); 8.21.61
    • war debts, 7.30.40
    • demilitarization of, advocated, 1.27.45
    • postwar occupation, 2.18.45
    • limitation on postwar industry advocated, 2.18.45
    • starvation in, 12.4.45 (11375-6)
    • reorganization as federation of states, 4.7.47 (3139)
    • postwar rehabilitation of, 4.7.47 (3138)
    • restrictions on production, criticized, 6.16.47
    • federation of states, 3.3.48 (2040)
    • include as federation of states in a united Europe, 6.1.48
    • children's relief program, financed by painting exhibition, 2.25.49 (1556)
    • policy toward, criticized, 3.30.49 (3462-4)
    • desire for European federation in, 3.30.49 (3462)
    • Morgenthau Plan criticized, 3.30.49 (3464)
    • could have been used to prevent Russian expansion in 1944, 1.19.51
    • demand for unconditional surrender of, an error, 1.19.51
    • ratification of NATO treaty with, 7.1.52 (8670)
    • educational and cultural exchange, 3.14.58 (4417)
    • friendship with, 1.17.59 (805)
    • US policy regarding, 3.16.59 (4231)
    • dollar bonds, 5.4.61 (7304, 7306)
    • should increase share of troops, 7.30.61
    • Soviet treaty with Soviet Zone of, need not prejudice US rights, 7.23.61
    • not ready for role of leadership, 9.30.61
    • should pay larger NATO share, 8.18.62
    • Soviet Zone treaty, 8.19.62
    • unification in 1860s, 11.19.62
    • importance to Atlantic alliance, 2.17.63
    • and the Atlantic, 10.29.63
    • role in NATO, 11.30.63
    • trade between West and Soviet Zone, 5.4.65
    • Soviet Zone, regime condemned, 5.4.65
    • acceptance, of Oder-Neisse Line, suggested, 5.11.65
    • Krupp contract and Polish reconciliation, 5.11.65
    • expansion of relations with East Europe proposed, 5.11.65
  • Ghana, anniversary of independence, 3.6.73 (S3837)
  • Ghandi, Indira, mentioned, 2.19.69 (S1805)
  • G.I. Bill, 1.74
  • Gibbon, Edward, quoted, 4.25.61
  • Gideonse, Harry W., quoted, 3.22.62 (4834-5)
  • Gilded Age, corruption of, 3.27.52 (2995-7)
  • Gillette, Senator Guy, views on margarine tax, 1.5.50 (74-77);11.3.59
    • tribute to on death, 3.12.73 (S4403)
  • Gilliland, Charles, tribute, 7.22.62
  • Girl Scouts, 44thAnniversary, 3.16.56 (4941)
  • Global defense policies, beyond limits of US resources, 1.18.51
  • Globaloney, 2.16.43 (1011)
  • Gluck, Maxwell, ambassador to Ceylon, 7.2.57
  • Goldberg, Arthur, nomination, 7.23.65
  • Goldberger, Marvin L., referred to, 7.15.70 (S11376)
  • Goldwater, Senator Barry, remarks on Luce nomination, 4.17.59 (6197-6201)
    • critique of, 4.21.61
    • foreign policy views of, 7.24.61 (13246-7)
    • criticized, 7.30.61; 9.21.61
    • irresponsible foreign policy views, 2.17.63
    • views of liberalism, 8.2.63 (13960)
    • views on coexistence, 8.2.63 (13960)
    • compared to Chinese Communists 8.2.63 (13960)
    • domestic policy views, ridiculed, 8.15.64 (SF)
    • domestic policy views, criticized, 9.8.64 (SF); 9.14.64 (SF)
    • foreign policy views ridiculed, 8.15.64 (SF); 9.8.64 (SF);10.21.64
    • views compared to Stalinism, 9.8.64 (SF)
    • ideological preoccupation of, criticized, 9.10.64 (SF)
    • gross libel by, 9.10.64 (SF)
    • election would lead to national moral deterioration, 9.14.64 (SF)
    • civil rights views criticized, 9.14.64 (SF)
    • election would mean increased racial violence, 9.14.64 (SF)
    • menace to South, 10.26.64
    • call for JWF resignation, 5.5.66
  • Good neighbor policy, 7.15.43
  • Goodell, Senator, tribute to, 12.30.70 (S21605)
  • Government, basis of civilization, 10.17.44
    • and business, 11.27.44
    • need for capable men in, 12.11.44
    • out of balance with natural science, 10.20.45; 11.8.45
    • last significant advance in art of, American & French Revolution, 11.8.45
    • state legislatives more representative than Congress, 1.29.46 (500)
    • complications caused for foreign relations by US system, 2.3.47
    • division of powers, 8.6.48 (9996)
    • need for control by single party, 8.6.48 (99996)
    • not the product of logic, 3.4.49 (1872)
    • virtues of federal system, 3.4.49 (1874)
    • purpose of, defined, 3.4.49 (1867)
    • reasons for complexity of, 5.20.49
    • centralization of, 5.24.49
    • commission on ethical standards, 3.27.51 (2905)
    • dependent upon popular conceptions ff right conduct, 3.7.52
    • purposes of, 5.19.52
    • U.S., distinguishing feature is party system, 9.24.54
    • employment of businessmen, 7.19.55 (10891-7)
    • largely a collection of procedures, 2.20.57 (2317)
    • U.S. system, criticized, 12.3.58
    • advantages of Soviet decision-making process, 4.18.59
    • U.S., peculiarities of, 11.16.59
    • U.S., need for greater party discipline, 3.26.61
    • U.S., parochialism of, 4.25.61
    • US system compared to British, 5.5.61
    • US based on man's dual nature, 5.17.61 (8225)
    • depends on intuition, 4.11.62
    • by the people, difficulty, 1.21.63
    • US, uniqueness of federal system, 1.22.63 (790)
    • American mistrust of, 6.26.64
    • divided, ill effects of, 11.7.46; 6.3.58; 9.9.59 (18773-5); 9.10.59 (18941-2);
    • 9.11.59 (19037); 3.5.60 (4565)
    • no changes in art since 1800, 2.3.47; 5.20.47 (5511); 11.5.48; 3.6.52
    • strategic advantages of a democracy, 4.21.66
    • should seek public happiness not power, 12.5.66
    • see also: Federal System, Politics
  • Gracian, quoted, 4.26.43; 6.4.51; 6.14.54; 5.18.56; 5.27.56
  • Graham, Dr. Frank, tribute to on death of, 2.17.72
  • Graham, Fred P., "Buffalo River: Should it Become a National River?" 8.13.70 (S13402)
  • Grant, Dr. Daniel, Ouachita Baptist University, 3.22.73 (S5472)
  • Grant, Ulysses, corruption during administration, 3.27.52 (2997)
  • Gravel Amendment (Foreign Assistance Act), perfecting amendment to Symington Amendment, 10.29.71 (S17172)

  • Great Britain, reasons for imperial success, 1.15.40; 4.5.40
    • American survival dependent on, 7.30.40
    • American attitudes toward, 3.28.45 (2897-8)
    • American inheritance from, 3.28.45 (2898)
    • need for end to prejudice against, 3.28.45 (2898)
    • and Palestine, 10.21.45
    • tribute to, 5.1.46 (4291)
    • loan, 5.1.46 (4287-4293); 5.7.46 (4542-4)
    • withdrawal of Near East aid, criticized, 4.7.47 (3138)
    • problems of coal, 9.23.47
    • need for close ties with, 9.23.47
    • decline after 1918, 3.30.49 (3463)
    • assistance to, 3.30.49 (3455)
    • economic growth of, 4.26.50 (5775)
    • success of governmental forms, 3.29.54 (3953)
    • GNP, 7.7.59 (12808)
    • parliamentary system, 5.5.61
    • and Common Market, 4.11.62
    • foreign aid program of, 10.9.63 (10949)
    • racial problems, 4.29.64 (SF)
    • naval bureaucracy, 5.22.68 (SF)
    • ambassadorship declined, 9.23.74
    • economic prospects, 11.2.74
  • Greece, postwar reorganization, 12.11.44
  • aid to, 4.7.47 (3137)
  • admission to NATO, 2.6.52 (85607)
  • and political theory, 12.3.58
  • foreign credits, 6.9.59 (10290)
  • economic problems, 6.9.59 (10290-1)
  • Delian league of 478 BC, 6.30.59 (12276)
  • imperialism in China, 3.7.66 (SF)
  • arrogance of Empire, 5.5.66
  • empire criticized, 12.5.66; 2.22.67
  • military government, 5.2.67 (SF)
  • fate of Papandreous, 5.2.67 (SF)
  • views of Melina Mercouri, 8.28.67 (SF)
  • freedom snuffed out, 10.3.67 (SF)
  • ship loan extensions, 12.1.67 (SF)
  • views of Senator Dirksen, 3.31.68
  • debate concerning nomination of ambassador, 12.19.69
  • resumption of full-scale military shipments to Greece, political freedom in Greece, 9.22.70 (S16194)
  • conditions in Greek Prime Minister's interview with Sir Hugh Greene, 9.28.70 (S16580)
  • U.S. role in, open letter from Greek journalists, "Exiles Seek to Bar Arms Aid to Greece," 10.14.70 (S18065)
  • Resumption of heavy arms to mini-pseudo Parliament to advise cabinet, prolongation of dictatorship, 11.17.70 (S18291)
  • "JWF versus the Junta," by Evans and Novak, 2.11.71 (S1336)
  • NATO and Greece, "The Trend in Greece," by Clayton Fritchey, Shipments to Greece and U.S. support of Hunta, 2.18.71 (E845)
  • State Department revision of U.S. policy toward, 9.21.71 (S14645)
  • communication from George C. Vournos on military aid to Greece, 10.15.71 (S16377)
  • Allen Amendment to Foreign Assistance Act, to prohibit military assistance to, 10.29.71 (S17155)
  • U.S. home port, Postarticle, 2.9.72 (S1489)
  • Criticism of home port, 2.16.72 (S1826)
  • Torture of Dr. Pandelakis, 3.6.73 (S3838)
  • See also: Truman Doctrine, Greek Civil War
  • Greek Civil War, analogy to Korea, 4.26.51 (4403)
  • Green, Senator Theodore, resignation, 1.30.59; 2.6.59 (2056)
    • tribute, 1.12.60 (330); 5.18.66
  • Green Thumb Project, 10.3.66 (SF)
  • Greenberg, Rabbi Irving, testimony noted, 5.12.70 (S6998)
  • Greers Ferry Dam, 5.23.55 (6743); 6.13.56 (10180); 4.10.64 (SF)
    • turbine contract, 8.9.59 (2105)
    • water garden, 1.6.65 (SF)
    • fish hatchery, effect of foreign aid on, 7.28.66 (SF)
  • Grey, Sir Edward, 5.11.65
  • Gross National Product, alternatives to, Wall Street Journalarticle on quality of life, 6.2.72 (S8716)
  • Group Research, Inc., tribute, 9.29.65 (SF)
  • Guam, possible statehood for, 3.29.54 (3955)
  • Guatemala, communist government of, 2.1.54 (1073)
  • Guerrilla warfare, 6.29.61 (11703)
    • need for US military training in, 3.6.52
    • and China, 12.8.65
    • in Malaya and Philippines, 3.22.66
  • Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, views in retrospect, 4.19.69
    • JWF on how he was "brainwashed," 10.21.69
    • history of, 6.23.70 (S9609)
    • Dole Amendment, 6.24.70 (S9654)
    • Repeal of debate concerning, including JWF position toward, 7.10.70 (S11054)
  • Gun control bill, Arkansas legislature=s views on, 3.7.67 (SF)
  • Gurney Amendment, Foreign Assistance Act, to establish Joint Committee on UN, 10.29.71 (S17201)