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

  • JWF - indexed under Fulbright.
  • Jackson, Barbara Ward, see: Ward, Barbara
  • Jackson, Senator Henry, detente with the USSR, 6.26.74 (S11598)
    • amendment to trade bill ("Face the Nation"), 4.15.73
  • Jacksonport State Park, 5.25.64 (SF)
  • Jacksonville Air Base, housing needs, 9.14.55
  • Japan, demilitarization advocated, 1.27.45
    • occupation of, 9.18.45 (8675-80)
    • demand of unconditional surrender of, an error, 1.19.51
    • history of cultural relations with, 11.5.54
    • trade with China, 6.16.57
    • developments in, 12.17.58
    • friendship with, 1.17.59 (805)
    • visit of President Eisenhower, 5.29.60
    • economic strength, 7.21.60 (13549)
    • pacifism in, 7.21.60 (13551-2)
    • interdependence with US, 7.21.60 (13545)
    • internal political problems, 7.21.60 (13554)
    • military treaty with, 7.21.60 (13544-57)
    • racial problems, 3.18.64 (SF)
    • depredations upon China, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • growing desire for power role, 12.5.66
  • Japan, Okinawa Reversion Treaty and Japanese/American relations, 11.8.71 (S17765)
    • debate on U.S. treaty with Japan concerning the Ryukyu Islands and Daito Island, 11.9.71 (S17951)
    • questioning aid for Seychelles Islands, 12.1.71 (S21837)
    • Braden article on industry, 3.14.73 (S4612)
    • economic prospects, 11.2.74
  • Javits, Jacob, praised for support of repeal of Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, 7.10.70 (S11054)
    • "Who Makes War," legal and constitutional processes of getting into a war, 12.16.70 (S20388)
  • Jefferson, Thomas, and education, 1.15.40; 7.30.40; 4.1.48 (3948)
    • quoted on conservatism, 9.12.62
    • quoted, 3.14.66
  • Jerusalem, special international status proposed, 11.2.74
    • internationalization proposed, 10.9.74
  • Jessup censure, 7.31.54 (12904)
  • Jews, extermination of, 3.28.44
    • contributions to civilization by, 10.21.45
    • immigration into Palestine, 10.21.45
    • contributions to American life, 4.24.55
    • interference in US foreign policy by, 4.29.60 (8976)
    • persecution of, in Russia, 9.24.64 (SF)
  • Job Corps, supported, 7.23.64 (SF)
  • John Birch Society, 4.21.61 ; 5.17.61 (8225)
    • heirs of McCarthy, 5.4.63
    • see also: Right Wing
  • Johnson, Senator Edwin C., criticized, 7.30.40
  • Johnson, Senator Hiram, 10.22.44
  • Johnson, Jim, candidacy, 4.30.68
  • Johnson, Senator Lyndon, tribute to, 6.22.55 (8960)
    • open curtain proposed, 6.13.57 (8983-5)
    • criticized, 6.16.57
    • tribute, 4.18.59
    • endorsement for Presidency, 6.7.59
    • support of Eisenhower's Foreign Policy, 4.21.61
  • Johnson, President Lyndon, reply to attacks on, 2.14.63 (2316)
    • statement to Congress, 11.30.63
    • tribute, 11.30.63
    • prospects for congressional cooperation, 11.30.63
    • reply to Khrushchev's letter, 1.22.64 (SF)
    • presidential nomination seconded, 8.26.64
    • presidential qualities, 10.26.64
    • accomplishments for education, 9.17.65 (SF)
    • differences with JWF, 2.21.66; 3.6.66
    • no feud with JWF, 3.20.66
    • sincere desire for peace, 11.4.66
    • praised, 1.26.67; 2.6.67
    • JWF support in 1968 depends on circumstances, 2.19.67
    • political genius, 3.19.67
    • spirit of universal mission, 5.5.67
    • differences with JFW over Dominican Republic, 7.31.67 (SF)
    • impeachment, 8.20.67
    • ignores advice of critics, 12.8.67 (SF)
    • tribute, 1.17.69 (S507)
    • referred to, 4.19.69; 1.17.69 (SF)
    • tribute to, 1.23.73
  • Johnson Administration, problems facing, 11.24.63
    • creative domestic legislation, 4.3.65
    • not neglecting foreign affairs, 5.4.65
    • domestic policies of, 3.14.66
    • Gulf of Tonkin Resolution and, discussed, 4.19.69
  • Johnson, Paul, eulogy, 8.8.61 (15008)
  • Johnson, Samuel, quoted, 5.27.56
  • Joint Civilian Orientation Conference, 5.3.72 (S7151)
  • Jones, Kenneth, criticized, 10.25.62
  • Jones Mill, Arkansas, aluminum plant, 1.31.49 (792)
  • Judsonia, Arkansas, tornado damage, 3.27.52 (2998)
  • Jury trial, constitutional history, 7.9.57 (11078-80); 4.22.64 (SF)
    • need to retain in civil rights cases, 7.9.57 (11078-88); 7.23.57 (12448); 7.23.57 (12453); 5.20.64 (SF)
    • failure of Northern juries to convict Dio and Hoffa, 8.13.57 (14478)