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

  • Napoleon, compared to Hitler, 7.30.40
  • Nasser, Gamal, US encouraged of, 11.12.56
    • Yemeni peace talks by, 8.23.65 (SF)
  • Nation-state, equality of in UN, questioned, 3.12.45
    • historical consolidation of, 3.12.45
    • not an organism, 11.19.62
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), excessive appropriations for, 10.17.63 (19763)
    • reduce appropriation, 11.19.63 (22360-73); 11.20.63 (22445-56)
    • appropriation, and foreign aid, 11.20.63 (22441-3)
    • impact on Universities, 11.20.63 (22453)
    • proof of Parkinson's Law, 11.20.63 (22450)
    • reduce project Apollo appropriation, 8.5.64 (SF)
    • excessive appropriation, 6.24.64 (SF)
    • reduce project Apollo appropriation, 8.5.64 (SF)
    • intergalactic communications, and China, 4.27.66
    • Apollo accident, 4.12.67 (SF)
    • correction, 4.13.67 (SF)
    • moon exploration, criticized, 10.3.67 (SF); 12.13.67 (SF); 4.10.68 (SF)
    • views concerning appropriations for, 5.6.70 (S6780)
    • NASA, appropriation, debate on JWF amendment and vote #219, 7.7.70 (S10719)
    • amendment by JWF to reduce its appropriation by 10%, 7.7.70 (S10719)
    • delete Space Shuttle, 5.11.72 (S7724)
    • amendment to cut back appropriation, 6.19.73 (S11491)
    • colloquy with priorities, 6.30.73 (S12612)
    • see also: Space Program, Space Race.
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, criticized, 9.11.59 (19107)
    • attacks by, on proposed appointment of JWF as Secretary of State 3.26.61
  • National commitment, defined, 7.31.67 (SF)
    • see also: Foreign Policy; Executive; Constitution, US.
  • National Commitments Resolution, and armed forces abroad, 2.4.69 (S1237)
    • history of, 6.19.69 (S6828)
    • full debate concerning, 6.25.69 (S7121) et seq
  • National consensus, 7.28.61
    • and foreign policy, 3.9.63
  • National Cultural Center, see: Cultural Center
  • National Debt, 2.15.74
  • National Defense Scholarship Program, 8.13.58 (17287)
  • National Housing Act, amendments to, inflationary, 3.15.50 (3359-64)
    • 5.28.57 (7844-7) (7866); 5.29.57 (8024-6)
  • National Labor Relations Board, confirmation of Albert Beeson to, opposed, 2.18.54 (1998)
  • National Liberation Front, referred to, 5.1.69
  • National Purpose, 7.28.61
  • National resources, in Arkansas, 1.16.69 (S423)
  • National Resources Planning Board, report of, 7.15.43
  • National Science Foundation, 10.23.47
    • bill proposing, 7.1.46 (8047-52); 5.20.47 (5500-5512)
    • establishment, 5.15.47 (5340)
    • Morse Amendment, 7.22.47 (9679)
  • National Security Seminar, 2.29.60
  • National Student Association, and CIA, 2.19.67
  • National Symphony Orchestra, children's concert, 5.9.62 (8095); 8.19.74
  • Nationalism, criticized, 5.1.46
    • and technological change, 5.7.59
    • antidote to ideology, 3.10.61
    • growth in 19th Century, 4.11.62
    • and underdeveloped nations, 8.13.62
    • conflict with democracy, 8.13.62
    • myth and reality, 8.13.62
    • growth in underdeveloped nations, 6.4.65 (SF)
    • stronger than communism, 6.15.65 (SF)
    • tension in US policy between support for and anti-communism, 3.22.66
  • Natural Gas Act, 3.29.50 (4288); 1.15.56
    • amendment, 1.17.56 (668-80); 2.6.56 (2065)
    • presidential veto, criticized, 2.17.56 (2801)
    • Harris-Fulbright Bill, 7.26.56 (14736-9)
  • Natural Resources development, 2.28.61 (2786)
    • in Arkansas, 1.15.69 (SF)
  • Naval Academy, graduate school of, 6.23.47 (7549)
  • Naval carriers, debate regarding need for, 9.12.69 (S10503)
    • debate regarding need for, 9.12.69 (SF) S10503
  • Naval vessels, loan and sale, 7.22.65 (SF)
  • Nazis, atrocities of, 3.28.44
    • war crimes, 1.10.45
    • racial theories, 11.8.45
  • Nazis, and centralization, 3.5.49 (1915)
    • threat to individualism, 7.30.40
  • Nazism, designs on South America, 7.30.40
    • attack on freedom of thought, 7.30.40
    • nihilist doctrine, 7.30.40
    • racial doctrines, 9.16.42
    • denial of basic equality, 9.16.42
    • see also: Fascism
  • Negro, opportunity of, 2.3.47
    • economic & educational deprivations, 10.8.63 (18965)
    • and poverty, 12.13.67 (SF)
  • Negro aspirations, education and employment, 4.3.65
  • Negro education, increased expenditures, 3.1.60 (3992)
  • Negro Riots, see: Civil Disorders
  • Negro voting in Arkansas, 4.27.62 (7278-81); 4.1.65 (SF)
  • Nehru, US cancellation of visit by, 6.26.56 (10956)
    • eulogy, 5.27.64
  • Nelson, Amendment to Special Foreign Military and Related Assistance Act, support of, 3.20.70 (S4614)
  • Neo-isolationism, 4.3.65
  • Netherlands, attitude toward European unification, 3.30.49 (3462)
  • Neutralism, tendency to, in US allies, 4.23.53
  • Neutralization, contemporary examples, 3.1.66 (SF)
  • Neutral nations, hostility to US, 9.21.61
  • New England, God-Given right to industry, 6.4.52 (6530)
  • New Senate Office Building, 5.19.59 (8447)
  • New Zealand, assistance to South Vietnam, 11.2.67 (SF)
  • Ne Win, General, quoted, 7.26.66 (SF)
  • News, free exchange of, 10.28.44
  • News media, access to, need for equal time stressed, 6.2.70 (S8161)
  • Newsday, misquotation by, 5.4.67
  • Newsmen's Privilege, 9.30.72 (S16383)
  • Newsmen's Privilege Act, support of, 3.20.70 (S4614)
  • Newspapers, see:Press.
  • Newsprint, increased costs, 10.31.55
  • Newton County, negro voting, 4.1.65 (SF)
  • New York, per capita income compared to Arkansas, 8.31.49 (12570)
    • disproportionate economic power of, 8.31.49 (12571)
  • New York Herald-Tribune, access to secret letter from Khrushchev, 3.28.60 (6654-5)
  • New York Times, criticism of JWF by, 7.13.54 (10321)
    • error regarding Dillon nomination, 5.14.59 (8110)
    • editorial on Negro voting in Newton County, 4.1.65 (SF)
  • New York World's Fair, US participation, 4.16.62 (6628)
  • Nigeria, foreign aid to, 9.30.74 (S17728)
  • Nitze, Paul, quoted, 6.26.74 (S11598)
  • Nixon, Richard, attacks on, in South America, 8.6.58 (16317)
    • attacks on Democrats by, 9.23.60
    • criticized, 9.1.60; 10.26.60
    • referred to, 6.4.69
    • how Hanoi sees Nixon, 1.20.70 (SF) S197
  • Nixon, Administration, general views, concerning, 4.19.69
    • its philosophy of foreign relations, 4.27.69
    • criticism of its order of domestic priorities, 5.1.69 (EW)
    • goal of honorable peace in Vietnam criticized, 5.1.69
    • question of credibility gap is raised, 5.12.69 (S4884 and 4885)
    • Administration, ABM and Administration Policy criticized, 9.25.69
    • Vietnam War policy criticized, 8.26.69; 12.10.69
    • Vietnam moratorium, and the Administration, 10.1.69 (S11627)
    • inflationary policies criticized, 12.19.69 (S16037)
    • how Hanoi sees Nixon, 1.20.70 (S197)
    • praised for CBW position, 2.19.70 (S1516)
    • Cambodian incursion and Vietnam policy criticized, 5.28.70 (S7988)
    • "State of the World" address discussed, 2.28.71
    • and ABM, 5.20.71
    • visit to China, 7.16.71
    • Duvall article on campaign promises and performance, 3.7.72 (S3518)
    • Impounding funds, 3.14.71
    • political use of cabinet, 9.21.72 (S15542)
    • election mandate, repudiation of peace criticized, 1.4.73 (S249)
    • cutback of funds for rural America, 1.23.73 (S1167)
    • U.S. policy toward Cambodia, 1.29.71 (S530)
    • support of Sontay Prison Camp raid, 2.11.71 (S1332)
    • "Nixon's View of the War," by D. Oberdorfer, 2.11.71 (S1337)
    • support of filibuster, 2.25.71 (S2042)
    • interview with Nixon and Kissinger on southeast Asia and "Nixon Playing to Win in Asia" by P. Worsthorne, 3.4.71 (S2455)
    • and federal budget, article by duBoff, 3.9.71 (S271)
    • meeting with Brezhnev, summit meeting, 6.11.73 (S10880)
    • JWF on President's visit to China, 8.6.71 (S13755)
    • Administration withholding information from Foreign Relations Committee, 9.22.71 (S14727)
    • economic policy of, 12.1.71 (S20028)
    • Nixon-Brezhnev Summit: Russian relations, trade bill, Jackson amendment, arms limitation, defense spending, Indochina War, Watergate, effect on Nixon and Congress, NATO, Russian grain sale, Administration, aid to education, 3.24.74
    • prospects for resignation or impeachment, 3.30.74
    • donation of vice-presidential papers, 3.30.74
    • quoted on nuclear war, 8.9.74 (S4677)
    • immunity from prosecution advocated, 8.9.74 (S14677)
  • Nobility, quality of, 1.19.55
  • Nominations, executive power over Congress, debate on nomination of William Rehnquist, 12.9.71 (S21052)
    • JWF opposition to William Rehnquist, 12.9.71
  • Nonconformity, most vital element of democracy, 4.21.53 (3482)
  • Nonintervention, 7.24.61 (13247)
  • Nordhoff, Charles, quoted, 4.8.60 (7732)
  • Norfork Bridge project, 1.21.74 (S89)
  • Norrell, William F., eulogy, 3.8.61 (3446)
  • North Atlantic Nations, concert, 4.11.62
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 3.30.49 (3457, 3464)
    • ratification, 4.5.59 (3886); 7.15.49 (9584)
    • need for defensive alliance, 7.31.49
    • American defense perimeter, 1.5.51 (64)
    • Europe must share defense burden, 1.18.57
    • US must provide leadership, 1.18.51
    • development of Troops by Senate opposed, 4.4.51 (3288)
    • inclusion of Germany, 1.7.52 (8670)
    • admission of Greece and Turkey, 2.6.52 (856-7)
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization, reasons for success, 12.17.58
    • funds for modernization, 6.30.59 (12274)
    • American attachment to, 11.16.59
    • and concert of free Atlantic nations, 8.19.62
    • European cooperation, 11.21.62
    • reforms, 11.21.62
    • and French attitude, 1.24.63 (926)
    • adjustments, 4.30.63
    • cooperation of Dr. Erhard, 10.28.63 (20338)
    • role of France, 10.29.63 (20507)
    • impact of De Gaulle, 11.30.63
    • multilateral nuclear force, German participation, 11.30.63
    • and Atlantic Alliance, 11.19.64
    • assessment of current problems, 5.4.65
    • Gaullist policies, 3.20.66
    • loss of confidence in US, 4.28.66
    • future of, 10.13.66 (SF)
    • effect of Consular Treaty on, 1.21.67
    • mentioned, 3.12.69 (S2071)
    • and U.S. military assistance, 1.4.71
    • and Greece, 2.18.71 (E845)
    • debate on Mansfield Amendment and SALT, 5.17.71 (S7105)
    • JWF on Mansfield Amendment, 5.18.71 (S7226)
    • debate on Nelson Amendment, 5.19.71 (S7379)
    • JWF Amendment to Mansfield Amendment to remove troops from Europe, 5.19.71 (S7400)
  • North Korea, Pueblo incident, 1.23.68; 1.24.68; 1.30.68
  • North Vietnam, aid to, 2.16.72 (S1908)
  • Norway, attitude toward European council, 1.31.49 (703)
  • Nossiter, Bernard D., "Arms Cost Overruns of $33 Billion Bound," 3.24.71 (S3850)
  • Nuclear fallout, 6.22.56 (10826)
  • Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, JWF views concerning before Foreign Relations Committee, 2.19.69
    • discussed generally, 3.10.69 (S2556)
    • security of NATO and, 3.12.69
    • development of atom/energy and, 3.12.69 (S2076)
    • obligation to defend non-nuclear nations under 3.12.69 (S2708)
    • presidential powers and, 3.12.69 (S2713)
    • legislative history of, 3.12.69 (S2714)
    • final passage of Resolution of Ratification, 3.13.69 (S2795)
    • organization of American states, a bill to extend privileges of representatives, 3.27.73 (S5760)
  • Nuclear war, 11.8.61
    • danger of, 9.28.68
  • Nuclear weapons, lack of adequate military controls on, 6.20.58 (11845)
    • Russian interest in limiting, 3.28.60 (6655-6)
    • American control, 4.30.63
    • proliferation, 4.30.43; 9.9.63 (16538)
    • safety controls, 3.6.64 (SF)
    • effect of ADr. Strangelove,3.6.64 (SF)
    • multilateral force, 11.19.64
    • Chinese threat of, 12.8.65
    • Chinese development a gamble, 3.22.66
    • require radical changes in traditional ideas, 5.5.66
    • make death a problem of the collective race, 5.10.66
    • popular indifference to danger of, 10.4.66
    • see also:Atomic Weapons, Multilateral Nuclear Force
    • Test Ban Treaty, 4.4.60; 4.4.60 (7416); 8.19.62
    • ill effects of popular opinion, 3.9.63; 9.9.63 (16525-45)
    • views of military leaders, 9.11.63 (16794)
    • Senate ratifying powers, 9.12.63 (16879-81); 9.13.63 (16984-8) (16978-9)
    • Soviet motivation, 9.15.63
    • and seagulls, 9.16.63 (17023)
    • Goldwater reservation, 9.23.63 (17717, 35-6)
    • and war conditions, 9.23.63 (17740)
    • anniversary, 8.5.64 (SF); 9.24.64 (SF)
    • impact of hearings on, 3.14.66
    • and Germany, 9.27.66 (SF)
    • Non-Proliferation Treaty, 6.28.67
    • and Vietnam, 2.25.68
    • U.S. use against Asians, 2.25.68
    • strategy decisions facing U.S. and Russia, 6.5.69 (SF) S6003
    • Non-Proliferation Treaty, political and security aspects of, 3.10.69 (SF) S2556
    • limiting spread of through NPT, 2.19.69 (EW)
    • see also: Disarmament in Congressional Record Index
  • Nye, Senator G.P., 7.30.40