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

  • SALT talks, see also Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty
  • SDS, see Students for a Democratic Society
  • SEATO, and Vietnam, 7.22.66 (SF)
  • SST, see Supersonic Transport
  • Saar, international control of, 2.18.45
  • Saigon, black market article, "Free Enterprise a la Vietnam," by Raymond R. Coffey, 8.7.70 (S12949)
  • St. Augustine, quoted, 4.16.59
  • St. Lawrence Seaway, US participation opposed, 1.19.54 (430-7)
  • St. Louis Cardinals, 1`2.8.67 (SF)
  • Salk Vaccine, 8.2.55
  • Salter, Sir Arthur, quoted, 3.30.49 (3465)
  • Saltonstall, Senator Leverett, tribute, 10.19.66 (SF)
  • Salvation Army, 7.26.66 (SF)
    • addressed, 12.3.69
  • San Francisco Conference, 3.24.45
  • Santa Margarita River Project, 5.28.54 (7313-21); 5.28.54 (7329-32)
  • Satellite development, 5.30.66
  • Satellite nations, 3.16.59 (4231)
  • Saudi Arabia, foreign aid and oil, 9.30.74 (S17730)
    • problem of Jerusalem, 11.2.74
  • Savings and loan associations, State development credits, 6.7.61 (9738)
  • Scandinavia, problems of inclusion in unified Europe, 3.3.48 (2033-4)
  • Schlesinger, James, armaments, 6.26.74 (S11597)
  • Schmidt, Dr. Carlo, 3.30.49 (3462)
  • Schola Cantorum, tribute, 8.27.62 (17730)
  • School construction, impacted areas, 6.27.62 (11815)
  • Schröder, Gerhard, tribute, 9.24.63 (17865)
  • Science and government, 10.20.45; 11.8.45
  • Science, government control of, 5.20.47 (5500-5512)
  • Scientific and industrial research, 7.29.58 (15356)
  • Scientific information, bill to disseminate, 7.23.47 (9791)
  • Scott, Senator Hugh, irresponsible foreign policy views, 2.17.63
    • colloquy with, regarding filibuster, 1.28.69 (S959)
  • Seagulls, 9.16.63 (17023)
  • Secrecy, and agreements concerning pay of foreign troops in Vietnam, 6.29.70 (S10150)
  • Sectionalism, 3.5.49 (1907)
    • inherent in Congressional issues, 4.12.48 (4320)
    • destroyed by Nazis, 3.5.49 (1915)
    • industrial dominance of North, 8.31.49 (12569-70)
    • Northern economic exploitation, 3.29.50 (4288)
    • New England attitude toward industry, 6.4.52 (6530)
    • See also: East, South
  • Securities, regulation of mail privileges, 6.27.55 (9205)
  • Securities and Exchange Commission, 8.6.64
  • Security classification, "Madness for Secrecy," by William G. Florence, constitutional provisions for, 12.16.71 (S12833)
  • Segregation, Northern interference in, 4.12.48 (4320)
    • local uniformity undesirable, 3.4.49 (1865)
    • changes in, 3.5.49 (1911)
    • equal hospital facilities in West Memphis, commended, 10.7.51
    • handling of, in Arkansas, 8.21.53
    • Southern Manifesto, 3.12.56 (4460)
    • not amenable to change by fiat, 4.10.56
    • Supreme Court ruling concerning, opposed, 5.29.56 (9229)
    • Little Rock crisis, 10.24.57
    • amicus curiae brief, 9.4.58
    • 1954 decision commended, 12.17.58
    • and federal aid, 2.3.60 (1962)
    • improvements in Arkansas before 1954, 3.1.60 (3992-3)
    • amicus curiae brief by JWF, attitude of Supreme Court to, 3.1.60 (4031)
    • changes before 1954, 3.1.60 (3992)
    • and human nature, 4.8.60 (7731)
    • in schools, 8.29.61 (17339-40)
    • and military bases, 9.11.63 (16813)
    • not burden on foreign policy, 9.15.63
    • and federal education assistance, 11.10.65
    • in China, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • see also: Voting.
  • Selective Service, deferment of scientific students, 10.18.45 (9782)
    • postwar status of, 10.31.46
    • draft rejections, 4.1.48 (3950)
    • supported, 7.7.50
    • high rate of physical rejections, 10.7.51
    • rejections for mental deficiency, 4.21.53 (3473, 3476-80)
    • educational rejections, 3.8.61
  • Self-determination, resolution regarding, 7.14.55 (10505-7)
    • in Vietnam, 3.21.66 (SF)
  • Self-righteousness, American, 1.17.45
  • Seligman, Eustace, quoted on Red China, 5.8.58 (8295)
  • Senate, letter to president by 16 members of, 1.27.45
    • role in foreign affairs, 3.28.45 (2896-2900)
    • absence of members from floor of, 4.10.45 (3248)
    • problems of mail and visitors, 3.4.49 (1873)
    • unique in government, 3.4.49 (1873)
    • deployment of troops by, opposed, 4.4.51 (3288)
    • printing of defamatory committee reports by, 8.20.51 (10339)
    • referral of foreign policy bills, 5.5.52 (4768)
    • barrier to majoritarianism, 4.21.53 (3436)
    • free debate, 4.21.53 (3476)
    • procedural responsibilities in confirmations, 2.18.54 (1998)
    • attendance of members, 3.29.54 (3947-9)
    • responsibility of investigative power, 7.31.54 (12915)
    • subservience to executive without rule 22, 1.4.57 (208)
    • only upper legislative body still functioning with influence, 1.4.57 (208)
    • infringement on power by Eisenhower Doctrine, 2.11.57 (1855-71)
    • decline of Southern strength, 12.17.58
    • importance of free debate to, 1.12.59 (431)
    • funds for entertainment of visiting dignitaries, 2.2.59 (1564)
    • role in foreign policy, 5.7.59
    • responsibility in conduct of diplomatic appointments, 6.4.59 (9850)
    • rules of courtesy, 6.28.60 (14735)
    • study of foreign aid, 3.28.61 (14735)
    • role in foreign affairs, 4.21.61
    • subway, resolution praising, 5.29.61 (9168)
    • violation of rules for civil rights legislation, 8.29.61 (17338)
    • rule on cloture, 9.18.61 (20011-3)
    • balance of interests, 9.18.61 (20011)
    • importance of procedural rules, 4.27.62 (7280)
    • rivalry with House, 1.22.63 (790)
    • sole protector of small states, 1.22.63 (792)
    • check on executive branch, 1.22.63 (794)
    • reconciles diverse State interests, 1.22.63 (788)
    • treaty ratification powers, 9.12.63 (16879-81)
    • rules, unanimous consent to allow Senator to vote in absentia, 12.24.63 (25510-3)
    • foreign policy role is minor, 4.6.66
    • blame for foreign policy mistakes, 4.21.66
    • obligations of Senators to uphold prerogatives, 7.31.67 (SF)
    • filibuster and, 1.28.69 (SF)
    • usurpation of treaty power, 5.1.69
    • treaty powers of the Senate, 5.19.69
    • erosion of its role in foreign policy, 6.19.69 (S6828)
    • comments on the structure of, 12.20.69 (S17476)
    • need to re-establish its role in foreign affairs is real meaning of Cooper-Church Amendment, 6.24.70
    • need to restore its responsibility noted, 6.26.70 (S9991)
    • the President and, 4.14.70 (S5684)
    • proceedings in closed session on US involvement in Laos, 8.31.71 (S12929)
    • role of a Senator, 3.13.74
    • Senior Citizens Assistance Programs, 4.19.74
    • separation of powers, 2.1.73
    • see also: Cloture.
  • Senate Foreign Relations Committee, see: Foreign Relations Committee.
  • Senatorial Courtesy, 7.8.47 (8418)
  • Senators, means of affecting policy, 4.21.66
    • not inherently fair and decent, 3.4.49 (1868)
    • instinctive desire for freshmen to reform rules, 3.5.49 (1912)
    • Aambassadors of States, 3.5.49 (1910)
    • absent for Campaigns, 7.6.50 (7683)
    • attacks by Senator McCarthy on, 7.31.54 (12916)
    • not subject to subpoena, 3.22.57 (4207, 4210)
  • Senators, lack of time to read and study, 6.17.57
    • Burkean view of responsibility to constituents, 4.25.61
    • see also: Legislator.
  • Seneca Indians, US abrogation of treaty, 3.18.64 (SF)
  • Separation of powers, 2.3.47
  • Sforza, Count quoted, 7.15.49 (9588)
  • Shakespeare, Julius Caesar, quoted, 10.20.45
  • Shaw, George Bernard, quoted, 5.19.65
  • Shepley, James, 8.23.60 (17152)
    • influence with Senate Department, 8.17.60 (16631-2)
  • Short, Romeo E., 5.18.54 (6729)
  • Shoup, General David M., mentioned, 9.25.69 (EW)
    • views toward Vietnam praised, 3.26.70 (SF) S4628
  • Sheehan, Neil, 1.26.67; 6.67
  • Sihanouk, Norodom, 5.5.66
    • quoted, 7.26.66 (SF)
    • refusal to meet Harriman, 8.29.66 (SF)
  • Silberman, Charles, 5.17.61 (8226)
  • Silesia, international control of, 2.18.45
  • Simpson, Senator Milward, Tribute, 10.19.66 (SF)
  • Sino-Soviet split, views concerning, 10.21.69 (EW)
  • Shub, Anatole, quoted, 9.27.66 (SF)
  • Skyline Drive, in Arkansas and Oklahoma, proposed, 8.10.62
  • Small business, see: Business, Small.
  • Small Business Administration, creation, 7.20.53 (9212-14)
    • extension, 3.14.58 (4426-9)
    • 7.1.58 (12804)
  • Small retail stores and minimum wage legislation, 8.18.60 (16072)
  • Smith, T.V., quoted, 4.8.60 (7729)
  • Smith-Mundt Act, 8.24.51 (10636)
    • 2.22.67
  • Smithsonian Institution, 3.1.65 (SF)
    • acquire Von der Heydt Collection, 7.9.65 (SF)
    • noted, 12.4.69 (SF) S15618
  • Smoot-Hawley tariff, 3.28.45 (2897)
    • 5.11.43 (4218)
    • 1.23.52 (438-9)
  • Smuts, Jan, quoted on Marshall Plan, 3.3.48 (2030)
  • Socialism, practiced in business, 8.8.61 (15058)
  • Socialized medicine, opposed, 10.24.49
    • no longer an issue, 10.25.52
  • Social Sciences, 5.20.47 (5501)
    • importance of to democratic process, 1.15.40
    • government support for research in, 7.1.46 (8048)
    • importance of, 10.23.47
    • lack of interest in by Senate, 10.23.47
    • and law, 9.15.51
    • solution for problem of war, 9.15.51
  • Social Security tax, remarks on, 12.5.44 (8858)
  • Social security, federal aid for equalization of grants, 7.27.46 (10271-2)
    • limit on earnings, 1.17.59 (785)
    • increase in allowable outside earnings, 8.22.60 (17001)
    • benefits of, 7.23.62
  • Social welfare, increase in US, 4.18.55
  • Social welfare projects, expand, 4.3.65
  • Society, depends upon enforceable law, 2.8.46
    • theory of historical development of, 2.8.46
    • American, computerized anonymity, 2.22.67
    • problems in underdevelopment lands, 2.22.67
    • moral sickness in US, 8.8.67
    • see also: American character
  • Soil bank, 2.7.56 (2205); 3.7.56 (4163-4)
  • Soil conservation, 5.24.48 (6330-1); 11.19.59; 3.16.65 (SF); 5.3.66 (SF)
  • Sokolsky, George, called liar, 5.14.54 (6575)
    • investigation of, urged, 5.14.54 (6575)
    • quoted, 9.12.62
  • Sontay Raid, correspondence with Ho Chi Minh over POWs; connection of CIA with raid, 12.4.70 (front page)
    • prison camp raid and effect of POW lobby, Nixon support of, and "Story Behind Raid," by Stuart H. Loory, 2.11.71 (S1332)
  • South, discrimination against by federal regulatory agencies, 4.12.48 (4319)
    • condescension of North toward, 4.12.48 (4320)
    • has been treated as a conquered territory, 11.16.48
    • homogeneity of, 8.21.53
    • industrialization of, 6.22.54 (8601)
    • agrarian tradition of, 1.19.55
    • exploitation by East, 4.25.55 (5002)
    • need for better credit and economic advantages, 8.1.55
    • economic condition of, 4.19.56 (6625-7)
    • economic potentialities of, 4.19.56 (6625-7)
    • economic conditions, 5.20.56
    • industrialization, 5.18.57
    • education in, 5.18.57
    • economic assets, 5.18.57
    • education and the economy, 6.12.57
    • devil theories about, 7.24.57 (12548)
    • prejudice against, 1.13.58 (261)
    • diplomatic policies in 1850's, 8.14.58 (17515)
    • racial progress, 3.1.60 (3992)
    • mistreatment by North, 4.5.60 (7322)
    • prejudice against, 3.26.61
    • literary output, 6.27.61 (11403)
    • still treated as a conquered territory, 8.29.61 (17339)
    • historical legacy. 3.18.64 (SF) exploitation by East, 4.29.64 (SF)
    • reconstruction experience, 3.7.66(SF)
  • Southern Manifesto, 3.12.56 (4460)
  • Southern Mind, 9.4.58
  • South Africa, sugar subsidy for, opposed, 7.2.62 (12478)
  • South America, see: Latin America.
  • South Korea, see: Korea.
  • South Vietnam, general criticism of government in, 9.25.69; 12.10.69
    • land reform in needed, 12.11.69 (S16531)
    • corruption in Thieu-Ky government noted, 5.28.70 (S7988)
    • general criticism of government in, 4.3.70 (S5025); 12.10.69 (EW)
    • repressive nature of Thieu-Ky government, 1.30.70 (S912)
    • US financing military in, 2.11.71 (S1346)
    • presidential election in, 9.29.71 (E10233)
    • see also: Vietnam.
  • Southeast Asia, US diplomatic policies, 5.19.59 (8445-7)
    • economic aid, 9.7.59 (18332-5)
    • possible neutral zone, 4.30.61
    • communist subversion, 6.29.61 (11702-5)
    • guerrilla warfare, 6.29.61 (11703)
    • difficulties of war in, 7.24.61 (13247)
    • crisis, 8.6.64 (SF)
    • economic assistance, 6.7.65 (SF)
    • neutralization of entire area proposed, 3.1.66 (SF)
    • Chinese influence inevitable, 3.6.66
    • neutralization, 5.5.66
    • American buildup, 8.30.66 (SF)
    • US involvement, 9.20.66
    • domino theory rejected, 10.4.66
    • neutralization, 1.22.67
    • US client states, 1.26.67; 2.6.67
    • treaty organization, treaty noted, 5.1.69
    • treaty organization, defacto commitments by U.S. to 6.19.69 (S6830)
    • widening of war, 1.29.71 (S530)
    • history of U.N. involvement, 2.4.71
    • debate with Senator Proxmire on inflation and the war, 2.25.71 (S1987)
    • administrative policy in southeast Asia and Eisenhower Doctrine, finction of Vietnamization, interview with Nixon and Kissinger, "Nixon playing to win in Asia," by P. Worsthorne, 3.4.71 (S2455)
    • "Growing Doubts About Reliability," by Stanley Hoffman, 3.9.71 (S2720)
    • validity of Administration reports, 4.1.71 (S4187)
    • methods of ending war, 4.1.71
    • announcement of Foreign Relations Committee hearings on, 4.14.71
    • American involvement in Laos, 6.8.71
    • "Indochina Disengaging," by General Matthew Ridgeway, 7.15.71 (S111000)
    • "Nixon's View of the War," By D. Oberdorfer, 2.11.71 (S1337)
    • statement by Young Democrat Club of University of Arkansas, 12.7.71 (S20762)
    • support for Mansfield Amendment to end the war, 12.10.71 (S21451)
    • opposition to further U.S. involvement, 12.10.71 (S21451)
    • JWF on Mansfield Amendment to end the war, 12.11.71 (S21430)
    • "Some War Questions," by Tom Wicke, New York Times, "The War Goes On, On, and On," editorial from Boston Globe, 12.16.71 (S21832)
    • massive bombing of North Vietnam, 12.29.71
    • see also: Asia, China, Far East, Indochina, Vietnam, etc.
  • Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO)m defacto commitments by U.S. to, 6.19.69 (SF) S6830
    • treaty noted, 5.1.69 (EW)
  • Southwest American, anniversary, 2.26.59 (3040)
  • Sovereignty, can be delegated by people to world government, 8.25.43
    • and world government, 8.25.43
    • can be delegated to world government, 10.5.43
    • and world government, 10.23.43
    • and regional international organizations, 11.24.44
    • problems of equal national, 11.24.44
    • critique of concept, 11.24.44
    • U.N. based on national, criticized, 11.24.44
    • equal national in U.N., criticized, 12.11.44
    • definition of, 3.28.45 (2899)
    • in Dumbarton Oaks proposals, 3.28.45 (2899)
    • resides only in people, 7.23.45 (7963)
    • and U.N., 7.23.45 (7963)
    • objective of U.N. is cession of, 7.23.45 (7963)
    • debate with Senator Taft on, 7.28.45 (8155-7)
    • inconsistent with international law, 10.20.45
    • and the U.N., 3.5.56
    • delegation of, to European body, 1.31.49 (703)
    • national, not absolute, 8.13.62
    • not and absolute, 6.12.64
  • Soviet Union, Space, JWF views concerning U.S. manned programs, 4.19.69
    • general views concerning exploration of, 8.11.69
    • U.S. and Soviet attitude toward, 6.8.70 (S8559)
    • JWF Amendment to NASA appropriation reducing it by 10%, 7.7.70 (S10719)
    • failure of space [telescope?] experiment NASA, 11.23.70
    • as military threat, 5.1.71
    • and Communism, "In Thrall to Fear," 1.19.72 (S27)
    • Shuttle, Gazettearticle against, 1.19.72 (S37)
    • program, spending, 2.15.74
    • Military threat, SALT talks, 2.18.72 (S2106)
    • Zorza article on power struggle in Kremlin, 5.23.72 (S8257)
    • see also: Russia.
  • Soybeans, production restricted by margarine tax, 12.18.47 (11592)
  • Spaak, Paul Henri, tribute, 8.8.66 (SF)
  • Space, outer space treaty, 4.24.67 (SF)
    • US and USSR intend no military activity in, 4.24.67 (SF)
    • JWF, views concerning U.S. manned programs, 4.19.69 (EW)
    • general views concerning exploration of, 8.11.69 (SF)
  • Space exploration, 11.3.59
  • Space program, Russian, material sacrifices for, 8.19.62
    • Soviet-American cooperation, 10.2.63 (18543-4)
    • Arkansas satellite station, 1.12.65
    • reappraisal needed, 4.12.67 (SF)
    • unwise priorities, 8.21.67 (SF)
    • see also: Astronauts, NASA
  • Space Race, US in second place, 3.5.60 (4556)
    • and education, 5.17.61 (8226)
    • excessive priorities, 5.1.63
    • distorts budget allotments, 6.9.63
    • criticized, 6.26.63 (11706)
    • excessive emphasis on, 10.17.63 (19763)
    • waste, 4.22.64 (SF); 4.3.65
    • satirized, 1.27.66 (SF)
    • see also: NASA, Space Program.
  • Spain, exclusion from ECA aid and UN, 4.5.49 (3884)
    • inclusion in NATO defended, 8.30.51
    • foreign aid to, 9.12.59 (19342)
    • continue military aid to, 11.15.63 (21952)
  • Spanish-American War, 5.5.66
  • Spanish bases, general criticism, 4.27.69
    • treaty power of Senate, and, 5.19.69
    • need for Senate treaty power to continue, 5.1.69
    • as defacto military commitments, 6.19.69 (S6830)
    • and usurpation of executive powers, military bases in, criticized, 10.1.69
    • letter, Dr. John Fisher, on police brutality, O'Neill report - safeguard system, 8.6.70 (S12908)
    • military alliance with Franco, Spain, U.S. military aid to Spain, letter from Sgt. Shriver, 8.3.70 (S12654)
  • Spaulding, Francis, eulogy, 3.28.50 (4180)
  • Special Foreign Economic and Humanitarian Authorization Act of 1971, introduction of, 11.9.71 (S17975)
    • and Gross National Product (GNP), Packwood Amendment for population control programs (11.10.71 (S18101)
    • and Latin America, 11.10.71 (S18120)
    • Dominick Amendment, percentage of U.S. contribution to U.N., 11.10.71 (S18121)
    • final vote, 11.10.71 (S18128)
    • final passage, 11.11.71 (S18280)
    • Nelson Amendment to reduce authorizations, 11.11.71 (S18263)
    • Stennis Amendment to increase authorizations, 11.11.72 (S18248)
    • "U.S. Rapped on Laos Money Crisis," by Tammy Arbuckle, Introduction of Fulbright Amendment to reduce authorizations, and GNP, 11.11.72 (S18238)
  • Speeches — see addresses and speeches.
  • Speer, Robert, "Sanctuaries," a coplet, 8.7.70 (S12952)
  • Spencer, Herbert, quoted, 4.8.60 (7729)
    • quoted, 5.17.61 (8226)
  • Spinoza, Baruch, quoted, 5.1.63
  • Spong, William, colloguy with regarding NPT, 3.12.69 (S2071)
  • Sputniks, 2.8.58
  • Stalin, Josef, 2.16.43 (1012)
    • personality and motivation of, 1.21.44 (571)
    • death of, 8.21.53
    • improvements in Russia since, 2.26.59 (3033)
  • Stalinism, analyzed, 4.29.63
    • compared to views of Goldwater, 9.8.64 (SF)
  • State Democratic Convention remarks, Arkansas politics, McGovern for president, 9.9.72
  • State Department, report of control of atomic energy, 4.11.46 (3507)
    • attacks by McCarthy and others on, 2.24.53
    • travel and representation of funds, 7.16.59 (13544-6)
    • interference in Chessman Case, 2.19.60 (3072)
    • Historical Office, lack of funds, 4.28.65 (SF)
    • more study of China needed, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • morale hurt by McCarthy, 3.13.66
    • less efficient than CIA, 5.16.66 (SF)
    • misleading Vietnam publication of, 5.25.67 (SF)
    • Bureaucratic confusion of, 6.20.67 (SF)
    • memo on free world assistance to Vietnam, 10.10.67 (SF); 10.31.67 (SF)
    • morale in foreign service, 5.22.68 (SF)
    • administrative problems in, recognized, 4.3.69 (S3549)
    • Educational Exchange Program discussed, 7.1.70 (E6063)
    • introduction of resolution for U.S. contribution to International Agency for Cancer Research, 5.11.72 (S7630)
    • report of nomination of Phillip Arnild, 5.18.72 (S8077)
    • comments on Harke amendment to establish a peace commission, 5.18.72 (S8126)
    • Foreign Relations Authorization Act, JWF amendment to cut back MAAG, 5.24.72 (S8404)
    • 1972 Authorization Bill debate USIA, 5.25.72 (S8488)
    • classification procedures, 6.6.72 (S8853)
    • grievance procedures, 6.8.72 (S9032)
    • conference report on authorization act, 6.30.72 (S10881)
    • role in foreign policy, Executive v. Congress, Cuba diplomatic relations with, tariff policy, 2.18.73
    • introduction of appropriation bill, 3.15.73 (S4851)
    • foreign service building appropriations, 5.21.73 (S9487)
    • debate on 1973 appropriations, 6.14.73 (S11170)
  • State development credit corporations, loans to, 6.7.61 (9738-45)
  • Statehood, not a moral Question, 3.29.54 (3958)
    • see also: Puerto Rico, Alaska, Hawaii.
  • State Rights, and tidelands issue, 4.17.53 (3268)
    • and tidelands, 4.21.53 (3445)
    • protected by two-thirds rule in Senate, 2.25.54 (2260)
    • control of voting qualifications, 3.22.62 (4833)
    • succumbing to conformity, 3.22.62 (4833)
    • and FEPC legislation, 4.29.64 (SF)
    • views of Senator Goldwater, criticized, 9.14.64 (SF)
    • and voting, 3.1.60 (3986)
    • infringed by federal medical care, 8.22.60 (10702)
    • and right-to-work law, 10.5.65 (SF) not applicable in foreign relations issues, 10.5.65 (SF)
  • Steel, France-German cooperation, 5.11.50 (6887)
  • Steel strike, 9.9.59 (18776)
    • political settlement, criticized, 1.14.60 (530-2)
  • Stella School District, 2.17.60 (2756-64); 2.19.60 (3083)
  • Stennis, John, colloguy with, re: Cooper-Church Amendment, 5.15.70 (S7241)
    • debate with, American American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, executive v. congressional authority, 10.7.70
    • amendment to Special Foreign Military and Related Assistance Act to increase authorizations, 11.11.71 (S18248)
  • Stephens, Alexander, quoted, 3.7.66 (SF)
    • quoted, 5.5.66
  • Stevenson, Adlai, qualifications for presidency, 10.21.52
    • presidential qualifications, 10.25.52
    • suggested for UN ambassadorship, 8.13.60 (16362)
    • nomination, 1.21.61 (1042)
  • Stevenson, Adlai, eulogy, 7.14.65 (SF)
    • tribute, 3.22.66
  • Stock market, 3.13.55
    • inquiry into, 1.14.55
    • investigation, partisan politics in, 3.18.55
    • study of, 4.18.55; 5.28.55
  • Stokes, Richard, quoted, 2.27.43
  • Stone, Edward Durell, 9.30.65 (SF); 5.19.67 (SF); 3.27.73 (S5811)
  • Storey, Robert, quoted, 3.22.62 (4834)
  • Strategic Air Command, role in defense, 2.16.61
  • Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty, JWF on SALT talks, 2.28.71
    • on talks, 2.18.72 (S2106)
    • prospects for agreement, 6.26.74 (S11597)
    • the Congressional role, 7.18.74 (S12889)
    • views concerning, 12.3.69
  • Strategic weapons, U.S. and Russia compared, 7.18.74 (S12889)
  • Strausz-Hupe, Robert, quoted, 4.18.59
  • Strawberries, ceiling price of, 3.16.44 (2675)
  • Streit, Clarence, and Union Now, 2.13.42
  • Strygin Affair, 5.19.59 (8447)
  • Students, their views towards the war, their rebellion and reaction from the right, 5.1.69
  • Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), referred to, 5.1.69 (EW)
    • contribution in criticizing the war, 10.1.69 (S13013)
    • attitude of people toward, Clayton Fritchey article (6.25.70 (S9853)
    • how to deal with student unrest, 3.26.70 (S4129)
    • impact of the Vietnam War, 6.8.70 (S8536)
  • Submarine Base (U.S.) in Italy, Hofmann article, 10.3.72 (S16606)
  • Submerged lands, mineral leases, see: Tidelands
  • Subpoena, Senators not subject to, 3.22.57 (4207)
  • Subsidies, problems of, 12.1.43; 11.23.43 (9894)
  • Subversive Activities Control Board, JWF statement against continuation, 7.19.71 (S11442)
    • article in Arkansas Democrat, "$450,000 for Nothing," 8.3.71 (S13041)
  • Subway, Senate buildings, mistakes made, 10.31.63 (20846)
  • Suez Canal, operation by Egypt, 8.31.59 (17355)
    • Egyptian actions, 4.25.60 (8625)
    • open to Israeli shipping, 4.29.60 (8976)
    • blockade, 5.1.60
    • use of foreign aid to force opening to Israeli ships, opposed, 7.23.61
  • Suez Crisis, British and French position, 11.12.56; 1.27.57
    • US role condemned, 2.10.57; 3.25.57
    • impact on Europe, 4.22.57
  • Suez Crisis, 8.14.57 (14703-9)
    • value of Labor dissent at time of, 10.22.65 (SF)
    • see also: Middle East, Aquaba Crisis, Palestine.
  • Sugar, supports for, 10.11.49 (14202, 14206)
    • lobbyists for, 8.22.51 (10514)
    • special benefits for, opposed, 8.2.55 (12842-9)
    • beet-sugar industry unnatural, 2.7.56 (2204-5)
    • price supports, 2.7.56 (2184-7, 2193-5)
    • world trade agreement, 7.21.59 (13855)
    • global quota system, 8.15.62 (16616-9)
    • price fluctuations, 6.28.63 (9704)
  • Sugar Act, high cost of supports, 8.22.51 (10511-5)
    • extension, opposed, 8.2.55 (12842-9)
    • opposed, 2.7.56 (2202-16)
    • amendment, 2.8.56 (2336-42)
    • extension, 3.29.61 (5174-6)
    • 1962 amendments, 6.27.62 (11879-86); 7.2.62 (12464-6); 7.2.62 (12481-2)
    • Cong. Index 7.5.62 (12736-7)
    • amendment, 10.7.65 (SF); 10.20.65 (SF); 10.22.65 (SF)
  • Sugar agreement, protocols, 1.30.64 (SF)
  • Sugar growers, aristocrats of US farmers, 8.2.55 (12891)
  • Sugar industry, subsidy boondoggle, 9.30.64 (SF)
  • Summit Conference, 5.1.60
    • prospects, 5.17.59; 6.7.59; 8.23.59
    • Democratic participation, 5.1.60
    • failure, 5.23.60 (10767)
    • hearings on collapse, 5.27.60
    • collapse, 5.29.60
    • failure, 6.28.60 (14734-7); 7.30.61
  • Summit conferences, 9.9.59 (18773)
    • necessary, 3.5.59
    • criticized, 8.19.62
    • dangers of, 7.31.74
  • Sumner, Missouri, wins top community betterment honor, 11.30.71 (S19881)
  • Supersonic [Transport] jet airliner, criticized, 6.26.63 (11706)
    • general criticism of, 10.3.67 (SF); 12.13.67 (SF); 12.3.69
    • JWF views concerning, 12.17.69 (S17009)
    • press release, 9.15.70
    • debate on, impact on balance of payments, national priorities, environmental problems, 9.15.70 (S15397)
    • cost and einvironmental problems, 11.30.70 (S18998)
    • Department of Transportation, related agency appropriations, 1971, 12.22.70 (S21059)
    • defeat of, 3.24.71
    • and Railpax, 3.24.71
    • debate on environmental, economic effects of, "Arms Cost Overruns of $33 Billion Found," by Bernard D. Nossiter, 3.24.71 (S3850)
    • Senate defeat of, 3.24.71
    • appropriations of, "Boeing Undercuts SST," by Don Thomasson, and relation of U.S. relation to, "The Selling of the Pentagon," and SST, 5.17.71 (S7075)
  • Supplemental appropriations for 1971, Cooper-Church Amendment, "Cold War," economic effect of expansion of war, 12.14.70 (S20125)
  • Supplemental Security Income Program, 1.7.74; 4.19.74
  • Supreme Court, approval of margarine tax by, 5.2.48
    • rulings in margarine cases, 5.4.48 (5233)
    • 1937 reorganization proposals, 3.4.49 (1863)
    • divided decisions, 4.21.53 (3454)
    • and private enterprise, 4.21.53 (3449, 3452)
    • natural gas decision, 1.15.56
    • packing proposal of 1937, 7.9.57 (11088)
    • lack of judicial temperament on, 5.12.58
    • need for acceptance of decisions of, 4.15.53 (3118)
    • limitations on tidelands rulings, proposed by attorneys general, 4.15.53 (3116-7)
    • final arbiter in legal matters, 4.21.53 (3439-41, 3449)
    • and tidelands case, 4.21.53 (3438-41)
    • no legal power of Congress to set aside decisions of, 4.21.53 (3449)
    • reversal of decisions by Congress, 1.17.56 (668)
    • decision on natural gas, 1.17.56 (668)
    • Southern Manifesto, 3.12.56 (4460)
    • ruling on school integration, 5.29.56 (9229)
    • 1954 integation decision condemned, 12.17.58
    • desegregation decision, 8.23.59
    • refusal to receive JWF's amicus curiae brief, 3.1.60 (4031)
    • meddling in education, 2.3.60 (1962)
    • prejudiced against South, 3.1.60 (4031)
    • abuse of Constitution, 8.17.60 (16583)
    • more political than judicial, 8.18.60 (16885)
    • 1954 decision, unfortunate, 8.28.61 (17340)
    • does not have sole responsibility over constitutional questions, 4.27.62 (7280) decisions supporting literacy tests, 4.27.62 (7282)
    • 1954 decision, is the law, 3.18.64 (SF)
    • nomination of Warren Burger, 6.9.69 (S6192)
    • Carswell nomination to, 3.25.70 (S4628)
  • Surplus property, application to Fulbright scholarships, 2.15.45 (12124)
  • Sweden, assistance to, 3.30.49 (3455)
    • model society, 12.5.66
    • embargo on arms to US, 1.26.67; 2.6.67
    • "Government and Politics," Joseph Board, 12.21.70 (S20868)
    • article in New York Times, 3.22.73 (S5432)
  • Swiss watches, import restrictions, 2.14.57 (1995)
  • Symington, Stuart, resignation from RFC, 2.25.52 (1315)
    • colloguy with, re: military spending, 9.9.69 (S10339)
  • Symington Amendment, Foreign Assistance Act, ceiling on Cambodia assistance, 10.29.71 (S17170)
  • Syria, subversion, 8.27.57 (16016)