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

  • Wages, on federal projects, 5.29.56 (9160, 9164)
    • ruling by Secretary of Labor, 5.29.56 (9228)
    • and price controls, 3.30.74
  • Wald, George, views concerning youth noted, 4.18.69
  • Walker, Doc, "Doc Walker Day," in Jonesboro, 2.7.74 (S1438)
  • Walker, Frank C., confirmation, 12.20.45 (12440-45)
  • Walker, General Edwin, 8.2.61 (14434)
  • Wallace, George, 11.24.68
  • Wallace, Henry, offensive campaign of, 4.14.47
  • Walsh, Senator David I., 7.30.40
  • Walsh-Healy Act, 6.4.52 (6529-31); 5.12.52
    • amendment of loopholes, 5.29.52 (6254-6)
    • congressional intent, 5.29.52 (6245-6)
    • judicial enforcement, 4.25.55 (500l-2)
  • War, economic cost of, 12.10.43
    • preventive, unable to defeat communism, 12.3.48
    • temptation increased with greater armaments, 12.5.51
    • release from moral restraints, 3.6.52
    • totality of modern, 10.8.53
    • alternatives to, 1.19.55
    • and tribalistic impulses, 5.27.56
    • with Russia, not inevitable, 2.26.59 (3032)
    • generated from expectation of crisis, 6.12.64
    • popular emotion causes escalation, 2.21.66
    • in 20thCentury, 3.1.66 (SF)
    • and human nature, 3.1.66 (SF)
    • preventative, rejected in Vietnam, 3.1.66 (SF); 3.21.66(SF)
    • moral impossibility of, 3.22.66
    • moral distinctions between types, 4.21.66
    • dehumanizing effect of, 4.28.66
    • root causes of, 5.5.66
    • in American history, 10.14.66; 5.5.67; 9.25.67
    • views on, student views concerning, as a threat to democracy, our national character, 5.1.69
    • book, The Way We Go To War, praised, 5.21.69
    • End the War Amendment, real meaning of, 6.24.70
  • War of 1812, policy of accommodation, 3.1.66 (SF)
  • War, World, see:World War.
  • War crimes, punishment, 1.10.45
    • difficulty of trials for, 2.18.45
    • German, 10.20.45
    • in China, 3.7.66 (SF)
  • War crimes, Russell Tribunal, 5.2.67 (SF)
    • alleged American, in Vietnam, 5.25.67 (SF)
  • War criminals, German and Japanese, 9.18.45 (8675-80)
  • War debts, 5.7.46 (4543) German, 7.30.40
  • War Making Powers, of Congress, 4.3.71
    • Nixon criticized, 4.16.71
    • of Senate, and the Indochina War, 5.14.71
    • Department of State statement on S.2956, 3.28.72 (S4912)
    • of Congress and Executive, 8.17.72 (S13922)
    • Eagleton article, 1.18.73 (S1007)
    • of the Executive, and Cambodia, 4.11.73
  • Ward, Barbara, quoted, 2.9.59 (2105); 11.3.59; 11.19.62
  • Warren, Arkansas, gift from Borculo, Holland, 12.8.49
  • Warren, Earl, rudeness of, 3.1.60 (4031)
  • Washburn, Alex H., gasoline price trend, 3.4.74 (S2661)
  • Washington, DC, Potomac River bridge proposal, 6.23.55 (9066-7)
    • prohibit chanceries in residential areas, 7.5.62 (12742)
    • political ignorance of citizens, 9.28.63 (18218)
    • inability of authorities to maintain order, 5.7.68 (SF)
    • see also: Chanceries; Cultural Center
  • Washington, George, and education, 1.15.40
    • not professional soldier, 10.21.52
    • common sense of, 2.2.54 (1106)
  • Washington Post, influence of, 8.25.66 (SF)
    • criticized, 8.2.67 (SF)
    • editorial on Vietnam, 3.7.68 (SF)
  • Washington Star, commended, 7.19.57 (12131)
  • Washington University, addressed, 12.10.69
  • Water conservation program, Arkansas, 2.27.62
  • Water pollution control, 6.22.61 (11068)
  • Water resources development, 4.26.60; 4.27.60; 8.10.60 (16154); 2.28.61 (2786)
    • military usefulness, 4.6.60
    • appropriation, 3.16.65 (SF)
    • in Arkansas, 4.6.60; 6.13.61; 6.18.63; 5.18.65; 5.20.65; 3.4.68
  • Water rights in Western states, 5.28.54 (7313)
    • see also: Santa Margarita River Project
  • Water Valley Reservoir, 7.6.61
  • Waterfowl breeding grounds, 5.11.61 (7825)
  • Waterfowl protection, 3.2.62
  • Watergate, "Face the Nation," 4.14.73
    • Nixon, Commanger article, 5.29.73 (S9788)
    • consequences for the country, 4.13.74
    • foreign policy consequences, 6.26.74 (S11597)
    • should be laid to rest, 8.9.74
  • Waterman, Julian, eulogy, 11.7.53
  • Waters, Maurice, "China in the U.N.," 11.14.71 (S18515)
  • Waterways, inland, Arkansas, 3.4.74 (S2665)
  • Watkins, Charles, tribute, 1.6.65 (SF); 8.30.66 (SF)
  • Watson, Tom, testimony before Foreign Relations Committee concerning impact of war on U.S. economy, 6.4.70 (S8376)
    • praised, 6.4.70 (SF) S8376
  • Weapons, see Nuclear Weapons, CBW, and ABM
  • Weather Service, agricultural, 5.16.61
  • Webster, Daniel, quoted, 7.30.40
  • Welfare, Food Stamp programs and, 6.17.69 (S6571)
  • Welfare, improvement upon private charity, 7.26.66 (SF)
  • Welfare Programs, benefits to Arkansas, 9.12.62
    • expand, 4.3.65
    • see also: Poverty Programs
  • Welles, Sumner, quoted, 2.16.43 (1011)
  • West Indies, 2.23.60
  • Western Alliance, see:Atlantic Alliance; NATO; Europe
  • Western Arkansas Planning and Development District, 1.23.74 (S339)
  • Western Civilization, shaping forces, 11.21.62
    • heart of, is Atlantic nations, 11.21.62
    • fanaticism and violence, 12.5.63
    • dominant role in underdeveloped nations must be ended, 3.22.66
    • bad effects on culture of smaller nations, 5.5.66
  • Western Democracies, decline in influence since 1912, 3.7.52
  • Western Europe, essential to US security, 11.14.47
    • see: Europe
  • Western Union Messengers, amendment on, 4.4.46 (3097-3105)
  • Westmoreland, General William, visit to US, 4.25.67 (SF); 4.27.67 (SF); 4.28.67
  • Wheat, effects of cheese tariff on, 2.18.53 (1177)
    • declining exports, 6.22.54 (8600)
    • trade agreement with Russia, 7.9.62 (12894-6); 9.17.63 (17152); 11.14.63 (21887); 11.21.63; 12.19.63 (25138-9)
    • and pressure groups, 2.24.64 (SF)
    • sale to Russia urged, 8.30.65 (SF)
  • Wheeler, Senator Burton, 7.30.40
    • quoted, 1.7.45
    • "American Majority are Isolationists," 11.30.71 (S19891)
  • Whisky, 2.24.54 (2214)
  • White, E.B., quoted, 4.20.61
  • Whitehead, Clay, and freedom of press, 1.22.73 (S1159)
  • White River, flood control, 4.6.49
  • Wicke, Tom, "Some War Questions," 12.1.71 (S21832)
  • Wiederkehr, Al, 1.21.74
  • Wiley, Senator Alexander, 1.10.50
    • criticized, 7.1.60 (15346-7)
    • eulogy, 10.30.67 (SF)
  • Willens, Harold, statement, 2.24.72 (S2513)
  • Willkie, Wendell, Republican repudiation of, 10.22.44
  • Wilson, Charles Morrow, introduction to "Liberia," 9.74
  • Wilson, Winston, tribute, 4.1.65 (SF)
  • Wilson, Woodrow, 8.11.61 (15618-9); 3.31.68
    • quoted, 3.5.49 (1903); 1.19.55; 4.21.61; 1.22.63 (792); 5.6.65
    • quoted on presidential resignation, 11.25.46
    • quoted on presidency, 7.28.61
    • and World War One, 7.30.40
    • and Avirus of executive power, 3.4.49 (1875-6)
    • relations with Senate, 3.5.49 (1922)
    • tribute, 7.28.61
    • views on Senate, 9.18.61 (20012)
  • Wine industry, discriminatory taxes, economic and constitutional aspects, 1.21.74
  • Wiretapping, Kissinger's role, report of Foreign Relations Committee, 8.7.74 (S14446)
  • Women, in politics, 10.5.43
    • legislation for equal rights, 1.3.49
    • increasing importance, 5.5.59 (7440)
    • women's rights, "Flight from Children," by William V. Shannon, 7.14.71 (S11105)
    • letter from Diane Kincaid [Blair] re: ERA, 10.20.71 (S16682)
  • Wood Dowels, modification of duty, 7.9.54 (10178-9)
  • Woods, George, 7.26.66 (SF)
  • Woodward, C. Vann, quoted, 3.18.64 (SF)
  • Wordworth, Larry, 4.28.72 (S6957)
  • World Bank, 6.4.65 (SF)
    • increase resources for, 4.1.66 (SF)
    • Russian membership suggested, 7.26.66 (SF)
    • instrument for internationalizing foreign aid, 7.26.66 (SF)
    • vehicle of multilateral aid, 10.5.66 (SF)
  • World Food Congress, 7.30.63 (13686-9)
  • World Court, supremacy of, urged, 11.8.45
    • should act upon individuals, 11.28.45 (11090-2)
    • jurisdiction of, 11.28.45 (11090-2)
    • see also: Connally Reservation
  • World's Fair Bill, 9.14.59 (19571)
  • World Federalism, practical problems of, 11.24.44
    • presently impractical, 6.1.48
  • World Government, opposed, 11.5.62
  • World opinion, 9.21.61
    • worthy of concern, 7.24.61 (13247)
  • World Wars, caused by disequalibrium, 10.20.45
    • the civil war of the West, 11.19.64
  • World War One, reasons for entering, 7.30.40
    • Versailles Treaty, defended, 7.30.40
    • fought to preserve equality, 9.16.42
    • failure, 6.4.51
    • led to communism, 3.7.52
    • preceded by an arms race, 9.9.63 (16535)
    • loans and debts, 10.29.63 (20507)
    • escalation compared to Vietnam, 3.21.66 (SF)
    • causes, 5.5.66
    • unquestionably in US interest to enter, 10.3.67 (SF)
  • World War Two, 7.30.40
    • American survival dependent upon Great Britain, 7.30.40
    • origins in isolationism, 2.13.42
    • defense of Civilization, 2.13.42
    • need for understanding of own principles in, 2.13.42
    • goal is equality, 9.16.42
    • compared to US civil War, 9.16.42
    • creative peace for, 2.1.43
    • aim is world organization, 2.1.43
    • aim is to prevent war, 4.29.43
    • capture of Germans, 2.8.45
    • postwar military discharges, 8.20.45
    • errors of demobilization, 5.17.46
    • allied policy of unconditional surrender an error, 1.19.51
    • demobilization too rapid, 1.19.51
    • unconditional surrender policy criticized, 3.10.61
    • US excesses against Japan, 3.12.65
    • unconditional surrender policy criticized, 3.12.61
    • total victory a mistake, 3.6.66
    • see also: Postwar Problems; Foreign Policy
  • Worsthorne, P., "Nixon Playing to Win in Asia," 3.4.71 (S2455)
  • Wright-Compton Resolution, 10.21.45
  • Wriston Report, 5.22.68 (SF)