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

  • Iceland, 3.13.67 (SF)
  • Ideology, and Cold War, 12.19.63 (25139); 4.5.64
    • and war, 8.13.62
    • increasing irrelevance to communism, 4.29.63
    • danger of, 9.8.64 (SF)
    • capitalism and socialism, 9.10.64 (SF)
    • problems of definition, 9.10.64 (SF)
    • generates crusading spirit, 12.8.64
    • formalizes self-righteousness, 2.20.65
    • proper role in foreign policy, 2.20.65
    • encourages war, 3.12.65
    • misleading abstractions of, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • declining role in revolution, 4.27.66
    • psychological roots of, 5.5.66; 5.10.66
    • beyond coexistence, 5.30.67
  • Immigration, and social chaos, 3.5.49 (1906)
    • limits needed, 6.14.49
    • decline in, 5.27.56
  • Impeachment, see: Johnson, President Lyndon
  • Imperialism, reasons for British success, 1.15.40; 4.5.40
    • policy of grab, 2.16.43 (1012)
    • America unsuited for, 12.11.44
    • alien to American instincts, 3.28.45 (2898)
    • and European unification, 3.30.49 (3457)
    • unwise dissolution of Hapsburg Empire, 4.23.53
    • American lack of, 8.9.65
    • humiliation of China by West, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • western cultural impact on Thailand, 10.3.66 (SF)
    • unconscious American, 1.26.67; 2.6.67
    • price of Empire, America's soul, 8.8.67
    • American tendencies, 9.25.67
    • see also: Colonialism, Underdeveloped nations
  • Impoundment, and separation of powers, 3.14.71
    • water and sewer funds, 4.11.71
    • of public funds, 1.2.72
    • of highway funds, 9.5.72
    • co-sponsor of Bellmon Amendment, 6.30.72 (S1167)
    • funds for rural America, 1.23.73 (S1167)
    • of funds, 21.1.73
    • domestic funds, 1.14.74
    • water and sewer facilities funds, 3.4.74 (S2665)
    • educational funds, 3.24.74
    • REAP funds, 4.22.74 (S5997)
  • Income tax, community-property discrimination, 7.10.47 (8588)
    • reduction premature, 7.11.47 (8660)
    • benefits for students, 4.24.56 (6829); 1.19.57 (352)
    • reduction in lower brackets, 3.26.57 (4386-97); 3.27.57 (4478-9)
    • credits for education, 1.29.59 (1325-6)
  • Income tax relief, see: Business
  • Independent Regulatory Commissions, history and role of, 8.2.55 (12805-7)
  • India, independence of, 7.31.49
    • agricultural aid to, 5.28.52 (6115-6)
    • alienation from US by aid to Pakistan, 3.2.54 (2481-3)
    • need to prevent from going communist, 7.4.54
    • need to continue aid to, 6.29.56 (11394)
    • developments in, 12.17.58
    • and Pakistan, 8.31.59 (17359)
    • economic aid, 9.7.59 (18333-4)
    • foreign aid, 5.1.60
    • transfer of power to Shastri, 5.27.64
    • war with Pakistan, 4.28.66
    • border dispute with China, 10.12.67 (SF)
    • British influence on, 12.13.67 (SF)
  • Individualism, promoted by democracy, 1.15.40; 5.19.40
    • menaced by Nazis, 7.30.40
    • destroyed by fascism, 2.13.42
    • aim of peacekeeping organization, 8.25.43
    • dependent upon peace, 12.10.43
    • incompatible with total war, 12.15.43
    • aim of US government, 10.31.46
    • embodied in US constitution, 2.3.47
    • and private property, 2.3.47
    • basic tenet of Christianity, 6.16.47
    • faith of the West, 4.24.50
    • American, shown by military organization, 1.19.51
    • dangers from central government, 7.30.57 (12990)
    • touchstone of education, 10.13.62
    • aim of education, 10.13.62
    • and organic state, 5.5.66
  • Indochina, civil war in, 12.11.50 (16393)
    • need for attention to guerrilla warfare, 3.6.5
  • U.S. policy questionable, 4.29.54; 7.4.54
  • Republican confusion in, 7.20.54; 8.23.59
  • Indochina, American involvement in, criticized, 12.16.69 (SF) S16753
  • Indochina, American involvement in, 12.16.69 (S1675)
    • constitutional aspects of the war, 5.13.70 (S7699)
  • "Indochina Strife has Warped our Ideals, Lets Reds into Middle East," Wallace Carroll, 6.4.70 (S8372)
    • history of U.S.-Indochina relations, David Schoenbrun, 6.8.70 (S8553)
    • and Cambodia, 2.4.71
    • Congress v. Executive and Indochina War, 2.4.71
    • Cooper-Church Amendment, 2.4.71
    • role of legislator in, 2.4.71
    • continuation of, opinion of American people on [ ? ] and Executive privilege, 2.28.71
    • purposes of, 3.2.71
    • effects of, on Democracy, 3.2.71
    • and executive secrecy, 3.21.71
    • objectives of, 4.4.71
    • and the Foreign Relations Committee, 4.14.71
    • protests against, 5.1.71
    • McGovern-Hatfield Amendment, 5.1.71
    • war powers of Executive Branch, 5.14.71
    • legality of, 7.8.71
    • Decision-making process of, 6.23.71
    • Cooper-Church Amendment to Foreign Assistance Act prohibiting funds for war, 10.26.71 (S16805)
    • Case Amendment to Foreign Assistance Act, 10.28.71 (S17198)
    • December bombing of North Vietnam, 12.29.71
    • "In Thrall to Fear," reprint, 1.19.72 (S27)
    • servicemens' petition against further U.S. involvement in, 2.2.72 (S1026)
    • criticism of Nixon's settlement plan, and of Nixon's attacks on Muskie, 2.4.72 (S1203)
    • Muskie speech, 2.22.72 (S2222)
    • Secrecy of Thailand, 2.38.72 (S4902)
    • JWF/McNamara correspondence, interview with Admiral McCain, 3.28.72 (S4911)
    • renewed bombing, possibility of ending, "Issues and Answers," 4.9.72
    • Lord opinion in lawsuit against, 4.10.72 (S5706)
    • President's power to conduct, JWF amendment, 4.11.72 (S5915)
    • President's power, debate on, 4.12.72 (S2956)
    • War Powers Act, 4.12.72 (S6048)
    • testimony of Robers and Laird before Foreign Relations Committee, 4.19.72 (S6295)
    • Roth statement on neutralization of Southeast Asia, 4.20.72 (S6493)
    • JWF comments on Nixon's speech, 4.27.72 (S6723)
    • statement to Democratic Caucus escalation of bombing, Congress should try to end war, 5.4.72
    • support for mining of Haiphong, 5.11.72 (S17670)
    • JWF comments on Soviet statement, 5.11.72 (S7676)
    • Kairn article on conditions at Long Binh, 5.1[?].72 (S7866)
    • Vietnamization not successful, 5.16.72 (S7861)
    • debate on "End the War" Amendment, 5.16.72 (S7954)
    • Lavelle's unauthorized raids, 6.13.72 (S9265)
    • Vietnam Vets Readjustment Act, 8.8.72 (S13033)
    • Leitenberg article on military tactics, 8.8.72 (S13034)
    • JWF "Signals for Peace" memorandum 1969, 8.15.72 (S13567)
    • New York Times article, "Real Casualties," JWF, 9.8.72 (S14374)
    • Foreign Relations Committee study, "Bombinb as a Policy Tool," 10.12.72
    • statement on end of [war?], 1.24.73
    • End of war, 1.27.73
    • aid to North Vietnam, 1.27.73
    • ending of by Nixon, [ ? ]
    • Nixon, Congress should end, 1.4.73 (S249)
    • Chicago Tribune, aid for reconstruction, 2.7.73
    • Chicago Tribune, Foreign Relations Committee role, 2.7.73
    • aid to North Vietnam, Nixon's ending of war, amnesty, 2.18.73
    • Hackworth article, 2.22.73 (S3195)
    • Bombing of Cambodia, 3.27.73 (S5839)
    • Ho Chi Minh, 3.27.73 (S5822)
    • peace-keeping forces, "Face the Nation," 4.15.73
    • legal prohibition to U.S. financing South Vietnam in Cambodia, 4.31.73 (S37384)
    • statement on Soviet reaction to mining of Hanoi Harbor, 5.11.72
    • bombing in Cambodia, letters from servicemen, 5.1.73 (S8032)
    • letters from airmen in Cambodia, 5.16.73 (S9228)
    • Eagleton Amendment to end, 5.29.73 (S9835)
    • ending of all funds in Indochina on August 15, 1973, bombing of Cambodia, cut-off, 6.29.73 (S12560)
    • see also: Vietnam, Southeast Asia
  • Indonesia, danger of communism in, 4.22.57
    • address of Ambassador Notowidigo, 5.19.59 (8442)
    • aid to, 7.8.59 (12944); 11.7.63 (21344)
    • close U.S. libraries in, 3.14.65
    • prohibited on aid, opposed, 6.10.65 (SF)
    • American aid resumption, criticized, 8.29.66 (SF)
    • revolt against Sukarno, 8.29.66 (SF)
    • foreign aid to, 9.30.74 (S17728)
  • Industrial development, tax-exempt bonds, 3.26.68 (SF)
  • Industrialization, 5.18.57; 11.19.59
    • force creating world unity, 11.14.47
    • in South, 5.20.56
    • in backward nations, 4.30.59 (7156)
    • encourage spread to South and West, 3.9.61 (3632-7)
    • decentralization, 12.13.67
  • Industry, artificial barriers to, 6.4.52 (6529)
    • effect of military industrial complex on private industry, 8.6.71 (S13405)
  • Inflation, 10.26.45 (10093); 8.6.48 (9997); 3.15.50 (3360-3); 3.25.57; 2.10.58
    • controls, 8.18.50 (12842); 8.21.50 (12883)
    • and Cold War, 12.5.51
    • in Europe, communist efforts to create, 12.5.51
    • foreign, and US aid, 6.9.59 (10290-4)
    • and Tax Bill of 1964, 2.7.64 (SF)
    • reduction of, 3.24.74; 3.30.74
    • impact on senior citizens, 4.19.74
    • remedial action, 11.2.74
    • role of oil prices in, 11.2.74
  • Information program, problems of, 8.1.53 (10883)
  • Information services, US, 7.13.50 (10049-54)
  • Inonu, Ismet, defeat of, 5.26.50 (7776-7)
  • Institute of International Education, anniversary, 1.29.59 (1352-3)
  • Institute of Politics in Arkansas, 8.19.74
  • Intellectuals in government, speech at Cambridge University, 6.1071
  • Intelligence, American deployment to gather, 6.22.69
    • the Army and, 3.12.70 (S3644)
    • see also: CIA
  • Inter-American Development Bank, 7.15.59 (13442); 12.16.63 (24699-704); 1.14.64 (SF);
    • 2.23.65 (SF); 2.24.65 (SF); 2.25.65 (SF); 3.8.65 (SF);
    • 8.23.67 (SF); 8.24.67 (SF)
  • Inter-American Development Bank Act, introduced by JWF by request, 6.8.70 (S8513)
  • Inter-American organizations, 3.12.45 (2025)
  • Inter-American Peace Force, 8.9.65
  • Interdependence, 2.27.43; 7.15.43; 2.23.60; 4.25.61
  • Interest rates, 3.14.58 (4426-9)
    • higher in South, 8.31.49 (12571)
    • government moved too fast, 8.21.53
    • federal loans, opposition to increase, 12.2.57
    • increase, 2.24.58 (2593-5)
  • Internal subversion, 9.12.50 (14620)
    • and FBI, 7.1.49
    • and diplomatic immunity, 9.12.50 (14620)
    • need for US program of, 12.5.51
    • exaggerated, 1.31.54
    • foreign aggression a greater threat than, 2.24.53
    • views of Right Wing, 11.8.61
    • exaggerated, 9.12.62
    • not principal threat to US, 9.21.62
  • International Bank for Reconstruction & Development, 3.19.59 (4593-6, 4607); 2.19.60 (3065)
  • International Bureau for Protection of Industrial Property, 8.17.60 (16553); 10.4.72 (S16834)
  • International Center, proposed, 10.22.65 (SF)
  • International community, a state of mind, 3.6.65
  • International Court, see: World Court
  • International Development Association, 2.19.60 (3073-4); 6.2.60 (11673); 4.30.63;1.20.64 (SF)
    • increase role in foreign aid, 3.4.65 (SF)
    • praised, 5.14.69 (S5233)
    • JWF on U.S. participation in, 10.20.71 (S16703)
  • International education and information activities, appropriation, 7.13.50 (10049-58)
  • International Finance Corporation, 6.21.55 (8813-4); 8.25.61 (17116-7)
    • see also: Underdeveloped Nations
  • International Financial Institutions, U.S. participation in certain institutions, international monetary fund, 11.24.70 (S18839)
    • colloquy with Gore and Kennedy, U.S.pariticipation in International Financial Institutions, 11.24.70 (S18848)
  • "Inter-American Bank," 12.9.70 (S19850)
    • H.R. 18306 for authorization of same provide for annual audit of exchange, stabilization fund by GAO, 12.11.70 (S20047)
    • "Soft Loan Window" at IAD and Asian Development BAnk, 12.21.70 (S20871)
  • International Labor Organization, US contribution, 4.19.56 (6636-8, 6642-3)
  • International Law, incompatible with national sovereignty, 10.20.45
    • forcible support for, 10.20.45
    • term a misnomer, 11.28.45 (11090)
    • should apply directly to individuals, 5.1.46
    • Vienna Diplomatic Convention, 9.14.65 (SF)
    • and the just war, 4.21.66
    • convention on settlement of investment disputes, 5.16.66 (SF)
    • Outer Space treaty, 4.24.67 (SF)
  • International Materials Conference, 6.26.52 (8108); 5.4.52 (6543); 7.5.52 (9509)
  • International Monetary Fund, 3.19.59 (4593-6, 4607)
    • and other agencies, 3.19.59 (4593-5)
    • US assistance, 6.14.62 (10566)
  • International organizations, introduced bill to extend immunity to Organization of African Unity, 4.10.73 (S6901)
  • International relations, and liberal education, 4.26.43
    • dogmas examined, 12.5.66
    • potential influence of small countries, 12.5.66; 2.22.67
    • no regulating mechanism, 5.30.67
  • International understanding, aided by exchange of persons programs, 4.27.57
  • Interstate commerce, congressional powers, 4.8.49
    • revision of definition, 8.17.60 (16587)
    • duty of Senate to restore proper definition of, 8.18.60 (16684)
  • Interviews, in Playboy Magazine with P. Geylin, 4.19.69
    • "Face the Nation," CBS-TV, 4.27.69
    • "Issues and Answers," ABC-TV, 6.22.69
    • Metromedia Interview with Mark Evans, 10.21.69
  • "Issues and Answers," Russian submarine base in Cuba, Middle East, Russian fleet in Mediterranean and Indian Ocean, Vietnam, 9.27.70
  • Intuition, and politics, 4.11.62
  • Investment, foreign, 6.21.55 (8813-4)
  • Iran, Russian influence in, 5.17.46
    • Russian withdrawal, 6.3.47 (6249)
    • shipment of self-propelled combines to, 8.30.51 (10852)
    • Russian efforts in, 3.6.52
    • US aid to Barqijan, 8.4.61 (14710)
    • foreign aid to, 9.30.74 (S17728)
    • oil prices, 10.9.74
  • Iraq, Revolution, 7.14.58 (13568-70)
    • 7.16.58 (13908)
    • 8.6.58 (16318)
    • 12.17.58
  • Ireland, parallel to Vietnam, 8.22.66 (SF)
  • Iron, from Hurricane Creek bauxite residue, 3.19.49
  • Irrigation, needed in Arkansas, 4.13.48 (4369)
    • federal assistance, 2.6.53 (887)
  • Isolationism, in 1940, 7.30.40
    • as cause of World War Two, 7.30.40; 2.13.42
    • condemned, 2.27.43
    • background of, 4.26.43
    • impossibility of, 4.26.43
    • stimulated by material wealth, 4.29.43
    • and high tariffs, 5.11.43 (4218)
    • lack of policy, 7.15.43
    • condemned, 12.10.43
    • background and ill effects of, 3.28.45 (2898)
    • and Bretton Woods agreement, 7.18.45 (7672)
    • general views, 6.19.69 (S6831)
    • views concerning, 6.22.69
  • Israel, and Suez Crisis, 2.10.57
    • indifference to Arab refugees, 5.1.60
    • press censorship, 2.13.61 (2069)
    • special foreign aid treatment, criticized, 11.7.63 (21366)
    • foreign commitments to, examined, 5.24.67 (SF)
    • should consider conciliation with Arabs, 6.9.67
    • annexation of Jerusalem, 6.28.67
    • alleged US commitments to, 7.31.67 (SF)
    • sale of US weapons to, 8.15.67 (SF)
    • attack on USS Liberty, 2.25.68
    • debate with Senator Javits on Middle East War and Israeli security, 3.23.71 (S3522)
    • David Ben Gurion interview on Israel and Mideast situation, 4.1.71 (S4186)
    • Sale of Phantom jets to Israel, 10.19.71 (S16579)
    • Military credit sales for, 11.23.71 (S19521)
    • U.S. relations with, Meir comment about JWF, 4.17.73 (S7597)
    • Bombing raids on Lebanon deplored, Maalot Attack, 6.21.74 (S11257)
    • attacks upon Lebanon, 8.22.74 (S15628)
    • unwillingness to abide by Resolution 242, foreign aid, 9.30.74 (S17730)
    • oil prices, 10.9.74
    • nuclear weapons, "Makes Bad Use of a Good Friend," 11.2.74
  • Istanbul, inadequate, tourist facilities, 4.26.50 (5776-7)
  • Italian-French trade treaty, 4.5.49 (3878-9)
  • Italy, postwar administration of, 12.11.44
    • peace treaty with, 6.3.47 (6248-9)
    • opposed, 4.2.51 (3087)
    • danger of communism in, 11.14.47
    • unemployment, 8.30.51 (10850)
    • domestic unrest, 1.31.54
    • treaty regarding, 6.17.55 (8602)
    • liberal unification in 19th Century, 11.21.62
    • in postwar Europe, 11.21.62
    • apertura a sinistra, 1.31.63 (1520)
    • economic prospects, 11.2.74