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

  • U-2 Incident, 5.27.60; 5.29.60; 7.1.60 (15346)
    • blunders of Eisenhower, 6.28.60 (14734-7)
    • diplomatic principles involved, 6.28.60 (14735-7)
    • and Russian prestige, 6.12.64
  • Ugly American, (book), criticized, 5.19.59 (8445-7); 9.7.59 (18332-5)
    • objections to federal assistance in filming of, 8.24.59 (16752)
  • Unconditional surrender, an error, 1.19.51
  • Underdeveloped nations, US aid to, 12.5.51
    • poverty in, 4.29.54
    • problems run deeper than communism only, 1.9.55
    • expansion of Russian influence, 2.27.56 (3370)
    • aid, 6.13.57 (8988-9)
    • revolutions not always due to communism, 7.16.58 (13908)
    • US trade policies' effect on, 7.17.58 (14078-80)
    • development, 7.23.58 (14715)
    • hostility to US, 8.6.58 (16318)
    • aid from rich nations, 2.9.59 (2105)
    • aid must be continued, 3.18.59 (4408)
    • revolutions, 4.18.59
    • economic assistance, 4.24.59 (6228-31)
    • standard of living, 4.30.59 (7156)
    • health programs, 7.7.59 (12849-50)
    • economic development, 2.23.60
    • revolutionary forces in, 2.23.60
    • not using democratic government, 3.1.60 (3985)
    • revolutions compared to US experience, 6.15.60 (12620)
    • appeal of communism to, 8.23.60
    • US policy, 10.31.60
    • lacking national traditions, 3.10.61
    • US policy, 6.29.61 (11702)
    • and communism, 7.24.61 (13247)
    • population explosion, 8.6.61
    • crucial to US policy, 8.21.61
    • US associated with colonialism, 9.21.61
    • benefits from Atlantic cooperation, 4.12.62
    • food shortages, 5.15.62
    • nationalism, 8.13.62
    • need for education, 10.13.62
    • aid from Europe, 11.19.62
    • aid from West, 4.30.63
    • freedom not always possible, 4.30.63
    • loan programs for, 10.28.63 (20338)
    • resistance to communism, 10.28.63 (20337)
    • thirst for knowledge in, 5.11.64
    • worship of economic development, 8.1.64 (SF)
    • duties to US in return for aid, 8.1.64 (SF)
    • aid from Atlantic nations, 11.19.64
    • sources of nationalism, 6.4.65 (SF)
    • nationalism stronger than communism in, 6.15.65 (SF)
    • dominance of nationalism, 12.8.65
    • dominant role of West should be ended, 3.22.66
    • problems of economic assistance to, 4.1.66 (SF)
    • respect for France, 4.21.66
    • prospect of violent revolution, 4.27.66
    • impact of Western culture on, regretted, 5.5.66
    • changes in aid programs for, urged, 7.18.66 (SF)
    • obligation of rich nations to help, 7.26.66 (SF)
    • presence of foreigners in aid programs an irritant, 8.29.66 (SF)
    • have too little influence in world affairs, 12.5.66; 2.22.67
    • American cultural impact on, 1.26.67; 2.6.67
    • population control, 3.14.67 (SF)
  • Unemployment, 3.14.58 (4426-9)
    • Area Redevelopment Act, 5.13.58 (8523-30)
    • possible campaign issue, 9.15.63
    • and educational needs, 6.9.63
    • and education, 10.13.62
    • and civil rights, 4.29.64 (SF)
    • compensation, Javits Amendment, 6.27.73 (S12206)
  • Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, see:Russia
  • United Europe, 5.15.47 (5316)
    • see also: Europe
  • United Nations, democratic Union proposed, 2.13.42
    • may counteract domestic fascism, 4.30.44
    • early relief planning of, 5.6.44
    • and regional organizations, 11.24.44
    • and colonial problems, 11.24.44
    • veto power in, 12.11.44
    • control of Ruhr, Saar, Silesia proposed, 2.18.45
    • see also: Peace keeping Organization.
    • security council veto defended, 3.21.45
    • more power for General Assembly suggested, 3.24.45
    • problems of national equality in, 3.28.45 (2900)
    • need for Russia in, 5.31.45 (5324)
    • amendment of Charter, 6.12.45 (5960)
    • complete departure from traditional foreign policy, 7.23.45 (7962)
    • prospects for, 7.23.45 (7962)
    • support of Charter, 7.23.45 (7962)
    • based on delegation of sovereignty, 7.23.45 (7963)
    • sovereignty principle condemned, 7.23.45 (7963)
    • compulsion inherent in, 7.27.45 (8102)
    • and atomic bomb, 10.20.45
    • American defense veto power, 10.20.45
    • and Jewish immigration, 10.21.45
    • inspection powers over atomic weapons urged, 11.8.45
    • veto provisions condemned, 11.8.45
    • power to act on individuals directly, urged, 11.8.45
    • abolition of veto power urged, 11.26.45 (10963)
    • and disarmament, 11.26.45 (10973)
    • confirmation of Frank G. Walker to, 12.20.45 (12440-5)
    • compared to federalism, 2.8.46
    • veto provision condemned, 2.13.46
    • early problems of, 4.11.46 (3508)
    • Russian abuse of veto power, 5.17.46
    • as world legislative body, 6.7.46
    • and US aid to Greece and Turkey, 4.7.47 (3137)
    • development hampered by Russian opposition, 11.7.47
    • stalemate in, 12.8.47
    • withdrawal from, legal, 6.1.48
    • UNESCO, 11.5.48
    • Russian obstruction, 3.30.49 (3457)
    • exclusion of Spain, 4.5.49 (3884)
    • problems with Russia, 7.7.50
    • dead as a universal organization, 7.7.50
    • and MacArthur's China policies, 4.26.51 (4407); 5.15.51
    • admission of Red China, opposed, 7.2.54 (9588)
    • see also: China
    • structural problems of secretariat, 10.12.54
    • organization of secretariat, 10.27.54
    • Russian share of assessments, 12.4.54
    • US withdrawal from, opposed, 1.19.55
    • tenth anniversary, 10.24.55
    • action in Hungary, 11.12.56
    • Middle East problems, 12.30.56
    • US resolution on Suez, condemned, 3.25.57; 2.10.57
    • intervention in domestic issues, 5.1.60
    • surplus food distribution, 8.9.60 (16044); 3.21.60 (6064)
    • US cannot veto admission of China, 10.23.60
    • Troika plan, 9.21.61
    • financial crises, 4.5.62 (6063-4)
    • assessments and bond issue, 4.5.62 (6066, 6090, 6093-4)
    • Congo operation, 4.5.62 (6066) (6090, 6093)
    • role in US foreign policy, 4.5.62 (6063-4)
    • evaluated, 4.5.62 (6063-4)
    • communist veto power, 8.19.62
    • and concert of free nations, 8.19.62
    • and regional alliances, 2.17.63
    • and Vietnam situation, 8.6.64 (SF)
    • financial crisis, US should insist on Russian payment, 10.24.64
    • Russia can legally be deprived of vote, 10.24.64
    • welfare and social programs, 10.24.64
    • growth of Secretary General, 10.24.64
    • role in world politics, 10.24.64
    • not a world government, 10.24.64
    • US consensus support of, 10.24.64
    • evaluated, 10.24.64
    • inadequate to guarantee peace, 12.12.64
    • financial crisis, US position lacks realism, 3.6.65
    • admission of China, prospects weighed, 3.13.66
    • seating of China unlikely, 3.20.66
    • and Kashmir War, 7.22.66 (SF)
    • and Vietnam, 7.22.66 (SF)
    • US should withdraw opposition to China's admission, 10.4.66
    • Vietnam participation urged, 10.4.66; 8.28.67; 10.2.67
    • discussed, 12.5.66
    • can it work?, 12.5.66; 2.22.67
    • should intervene in Aqaba Crisis, 5.23.67; 5.24.67; 5.24.67 (SF)
    • new concept of community needed, 5.30.67
    • responsibility in Vietnam, 10.11.67 (SF); 10.12.67 (SF)
    • jurisdiction over China and North Vietnam, 11.30.67 (SF)
    • microstates and, 9.12.69 (SF) S10509
    • views on building it, 5.1.69 (EW)
    • peacekeeping missions noted, 5.1.69 (EW)
    • its role in the Middle East noted, 5.1.69 (EW)
    • its role in southeast Asia, 5.1.69 (EW)
    • see also: World Federation; Fulbright Resolution; League of Nations;
    • Peacekeeping Organization; World Court; United Nations Charter.
  • United Nations, Conference at London, 3.25.44
    • Charter, proposed amendment concerning European federation, 6.11.48 (7819)
    • and equal rights for women, 1.3.49
    • peace-keeping missions, views on building it, its role in Middle East, its role in S.E. Asia, 5.1.69
    • microstates and, 9.12.69 (S10509)
    • announcement of hearing concerning the impact of the U.N., 4.10.70
    • Buckley Amendment concerning U.S. membership in, 10.29.71 (S17155)
    • Dominick Amendment to Foreign Assistance Act concerning U.S. support of, 10.29.71 (S17189)
    • Gurney Amendment to Foreign Assistance Act to establish Joint Committee on U.N., 10.29.71 (S17201)
    • Dominick Amendment to Special Foreign Economic and Humanitarian Act re: U.S. contribution to, 11.10.71 (S18121)
    • "China in the U.N.," by Professor Maurice Waters, 11.15.71 (S18515)
    • "In Thrall to Fear," reprint, 1.19.72 (S27)
    • Arab-Israeli conflict, 10.9.74
    • Middle East,11.2.74
  • United States, racial descendant of Europe, 8.30.51
    • excessive commitment to status quo, 8.6.58 (16318-9)
    • spiritual vacuum, 2.22.67
    • involvement in Vietnam; need to reassess priorities; and the State of the Union; on recognizing its social problems, 4.1.69
    • Information Agency, criticized, 4.23.70 (S6132)
    • see also: America; American Character
  • United States Constitution, see: Constitution, U.S.
  • United States educational commission in the U.K., 5.11.55
  • United States Information Agency, 5.11.61 (7839)
    • inadequacy of, 2.3.47
    • appropriation, 6.30.47 (7893)
    • establishment of, 7.30.53 (10452)
    • activities in western Europe, 12.18.63 (24989)
  • United States Information Agency, attacks by Senator McCarthy, 7.31.54 (12916)
    • and underdeveloped nations, 5.15.57 (6967)
    • criticized, 5.27.57 (7668-9)
    • employment of US newspapermen, criticized, 5.29.57 (7968-84)
    • place under Senate Department, 5.29.57 (7980)
    • criticized, 4.23.70 (SF) S6132
    • see also: Information Program.
  • Universities, and government research, 12.13.67 (SF)
    • and military-industrial complex, 12.13.67 (SF)
    • depersonalization of, 11.24.68
    • views on, as an American institution, 4.18.69
    • Department of Defense research and, 5.1.69 (S4417)
    • in a welfare state, 5.1.69
    • see also: Students
  • University, social function of, 1.15.40; 3.14.66
    • declining freedom of discussion, 1.25.55
    • duty to encourage independent thinking, 4.21.66
    • duty to analyze public policy, 5.10.66
    • Information Program.
  • University of Arkansas, contributions to national defense, 6.27.40
    • and agriculture, 6.28.40
    • history, 1.28.41
    • choir, tribute, 8.27.62 (17730)
    • national football champions, 1.12.65 (SF)
    • introduction of Dr. Charles Bishop, 8.14.74
  • University of Tulsa, 1.15.40
  • U.N.R.R. Administration, 1.21.44 (571-2); 2.1.44
  • Unthinkable thoughts, 3.25.64 (SF)
  • Urban areas, distaste for life in, 11.19.59
    • aid, 2.6.61 (1737)
    • disadvantages of over-industrialization, 6.11.62
    • produce demand for conformity, 1.22.63 (793)
    • ritual of sterile anonymity, 11.24.68
  • Urbanization, problems, 4.5.64
  • Urban needs, and protection of agriculture, 1.28.65 (SF)
  • Urban problems, 11.19.59; 12.13.67
  • Urban renewal, 5.28.57 (7866)
    • see also: Housing
    • in Arkansas, 11.19.59; 8.4.61
  • Urban riots, see: Civil Disorders
  • Use of secret information, comments of McCafferty and Brinkley, 1.20.72 (S127)
  • U.S.S. Little Rock, 6.3.60