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Addresses upon the American road, 1945-1948

저자: Herbert Hoover
출판사: New York : D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., 1949.
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Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964.
Addresses upon the American road, 1945-1948.
New York, D. Van Nostrand Co., 1949
(OCoLC)558947695
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모든 저자 / 참여자: Herbert Hoover
OCLC 번호: 408588
메모: Includes index.
설명: xii, 319 pages ; 23 cm.
내용: pt. 1. Foreign policies --
pt. 2. Domestic affairs and economics --
pt. 3. Reparations and economic support to the world --
pt. 4. Educational, social and scientific --
pt. 5. World famine. 1946-1947. Part 1. Foreign policies. Postwar foreign loans (Executives' club, Chicago, Illinois, September 17, 1945) - On views on national policies as to the atomic bomb (North American Newspaper Alliance, New York City, September 27, 1945) - On the Palestine question (New York World-Telegram, November 19, 1945) - On construction of the St. Lawrence waterway (Letter to Senator Carl A. Hatch, February 12, 1946) - On appraisal of the world situation and our policies in relation to it (Press statement, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 12, 1946) - On Yugoslavian incident (Press statement, August 26, 1946) - On Finland (Press statement, New York City, October 14, 1946) --
Part II. Domestic affairs and economics. Economic recovery from the war (Fiftieth anniversary of Clarkson College of Technology, Potsdam, New York, October 8, 1945) - Moral and spiritual recovery from war (Seventy-fifth anniversary of Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, October 13, 1945) - An extemporaneous address closing the Yama Conference of 1945 (Absecon, New Jersey, November 10, 1945) - The obligation of the Republican party (Lincoln Day dinner, National Republican Club, New York City, February 12, 1946) - On congressional election (Press statement, New York City, November 5, 1946) - Right to strike (This Week magazine, December 29, 1946) - Address before the Holland Society of New York (Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York City, November 20, 1947) - Address before the sons of the Revolution (Washington's birthday banquet, Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York City, February 23, 1948) - The crisis in American life (Address before the Republican National Convention at Philadelphia, June 22, 1948) - The meaning of America (Homecoming address at the reception tendered by West Branch, Iowa, on the speaker's 74th birthday, August 10, 1948) --
Part III. Reparations and economic support to the world. On the necessary steps for promotion of German exports, so as to relieve American taxpayers of the burdens of relief and for economic recovery of Europe (Report to the President, March 18, 1947) - On Japanese reparations (Letter to the honorable Robert Patterson, Secretary of War, May 7, 1947) - We must speed peace (On food and relief requirements for Germany, Japan and Korea; letter to Congressman John Taber, May 26, 1947) - The limits of American aid to foreign countries (Letter to Senator Styles Bridges, June 13, 1947) - Destruction at our expense (Foreword written for Common Cause, Inc. magazine, December 27, 1947) - The Marshall Plan (Statement to Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, January 18, 1948) - The Marshall Plan bill (Statement to Speaker Joseph W. Martin, House of Representatives, March 24, 1948) --
Part IV. Educational, social and scientific. On the twenty-fifth anniversary of radio (Broadcast --Columbia Broadcasting System, November 10, 1945) - On the exchange of students with foreign countries (Letter to Senator J. W. Fullbright, February 8, 1946) - On support of National Boys' Club Week (Article for Boys' Clubs of America, International News Services, April 16, 1947) - Gridiron dinner (Address, Washington, D.C., May 10, 1947) - In celebration of the bicentennial anniversary of Princeton University (Address, Princeton, N.J., June 16, 1947) --
Part V. World famine, 1946-47. On President Truman's appeal to save food (Press statement, New York City, February 8, 1946) - On world famine (Statement before the Famine Emergency Committee Meeting, Washington, D.C., March 11, 1946) - On world famine (Broadcast over the National Broadcasting Company, March 14, 1946) - On world famine (Broadcast over the American Broadcasting Company, March 16, 1946) - On world famine crisis (Reply to the French minister of foreign affairs at luncheon in Paris, March 21, 1946 - On the food story of Italy (Rome, March 25, 1946) - On the food situation in France (Broadcast over Blue network radio from Paris, March 27, 1946) - On food conditions in Czechoslovakia (Prague, March 28, 1946) - Remarks at dinner of President Bierut (Warsaw, Poland, March 29, 1946) - On the food situation in Poland (Warsaw, March 30, 1946) - On food administration in Finland (Helsinki, April 1, 1946) - Emergency conference on European cereal supplies (Address, London, England, April 5, 1946) - On the world food crisis (Broadcast over Mutual Broadcasting Company from Cairo, Egypt, April 19, 1946) - On the world food situation (Broadcast from Bombay, India, April 24, 1946) - On food difficulties in India (Bangalore, April 26, 1946) - On the food problem in the Philippines (Manila, April 29, 1946) - On the food needs of China (Shanghai, May 3, 1946) - On the Japanese food supply (Tokyo, May 6, 1946) - On the effects of the railroad strike on world famine (San Francisco, May 10, 1946) - World famine (Report to The President, May 13, 1946) - World famine situation (Address under auspices Famine Emergency Committee, Sherman Hotel, Chicago, May 17, 1946) - A new world food organization needed ( address before the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, Washington, D.C., May 20, 1946 - On effect of railroad strike on relief to famine areas (Press statement, Washington, D.C., May 25, 1946) - The mission to determine needs of the famine areas (Mexico, D.F., May 28, 1946) - On world famine (Bogota, Colombia, May 31, 1946) - On the food mission (Quito, Ecuador, June 1, 1946) - On the world famine crisis (address at luncheon given by the President of Peru at Lima, June 2, 1946) - On the world food crisis (Address at luncheon given by American Ambassador to Chile at Santiago, June 5, 1946) - On the world food crisis (Buenos Aires, Argentina, June 10, 1946) - On communist press practices (Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, June 15, 1946) - On the Latin-American food situation (Press statement, Washington, D.C., June 19, 1946) - Report on the world famine (Address broadcast over the Canadian Broadcasting Company from Ottawa, June 28, 1946) - Address at a banquet in honor of his excellency, the Prime Minister of Greece (New York City, December 16, 1946) - German agriculture and food requirements (Report to The President, February 26, 1947) - On relief assistance to countries devastated by war (Statement before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, February 28, 1947) - On Austrian agriculture and food requirements --
economic reorganization (Report to The President, March 11, 1947) - On Greek independence day (Remarks before Greek War relief dinner, New York City, March 25, 1947) - On the German food crisis (Press statement, New York City, May 15, 1947) - The world food situation (Address at Madison Square Garden, New York City, September 21, 1947) --
Index.
책임: by Herbert Hoover.

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