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Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964.
Addresses upon the American road, 1950-1955.
Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 1955
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|Numéro OCLC :||676296|
|Description :||365 pages ; 22 cm.|
|Contenu :||pt. 1. Foreign relations --
pt. 2. Addresses and comments on domestic issues --
pt. 3. Engineering matters --
pt. 4. The reorganization of the executive branch of the federal government --
pt. 5. Charitable associations --
pt. 6. Addresses, letters, and comment on various incidents and phases of American life --
Index. Part I. Foreign relations. Our national policies in this crisis (Nation-wide broadcast from New York City, December 20, 1950) - We should revise our foreign policies (Nation-wide broadcast from New York City, February 9, 1951) - On defense of Europe (Statement before the Senate committees on foreign relations and the armed services, February 27, 1951) (Remarks before the Annual dinner of American Newspaper Publishers Association, New York City, April 26, 1951) - On behalf of 'crusade for America' (Nation-wide television broadcast from New York City, September 23, 1951) - The year since the great debate (Nation-wide broadcast from New York City, January 27, 1952) - Endorsement of Mr. Hoover's address of January 27, 1952 (statement to the Press, February 7, 1952) - Address at the Republican National Convention, Chicago, Illinois (July 8, 1952) - On the occasion of the return of freedom to Finland (A 'voice of America' broadcast, December 6, 1952) - Statement supporting the petition against the admission of Communist China to the United Nations (January 1954) - On foreign policies (Portion of a nationally broadcast address given before the Merchandise Mart Hall of Fame, Chicago, Illinois, June 24, 1954) - The protection of freedom (Address at the reception tendered by West Branch, Iowa, on the Speaker's 80th birthday, August 10, 1954) - Some hopes for peace (Address at the German and International Press Association luncheon, Bonn, Germany, November 24, 1954) - The service of universities to freedom (Address given upon receipt of honorary degree from the Eberhard Karl University at Tübingen, November 25, 1954) - Resistance to communism (address before the municipal senate, Berlin, Germany, November 26, 1954) - Can we ever have peace with the Russians? ("This Week" magazine, February 6, 1955) --
Part II. Addresses and comment on domestic issues. On the situation in the mineral agencies (Press statement at Pioche, Nevada, August 4, 1951) - On the two-party system (Remarks at Salt Lake City, Utah, August 1, 1951) - Concerning honor in public life (Nation-wide broadcast address at the Iowa Centennial celebration, Des Moines, Iowa, August 30, 1951) - The inflation threat ("The Journal-American," New York City, January 8, 1952) - The constructive character of the Republican party (Nation-wide radio and television broadcast, New York City, October 18, 1952) - Message of congratulation (Telegram to General Dwight D. Eisenhower, November 4, 1952) - On General Eisenhower's election (Statement to the Press, November 5, 1952) - What's happened to the two-party system? (Article for "This Week" magazine, December 28, 1952) - Federal socialization of electric power (Nation-wide Broadcast address at the Diamond Jubilee of the Case Institute of Technology, Cleveland, Ohio, April 11, 1953) - Your inheritance (Address before 'excursion' - Ford Foundation Television Workshop, New York City, October 18, 1953) - American good government society award (Nation-wide broadcast, Washington, D.C., February 22, 1954) - The editors and the Federal deficit (Nation-wide broadcast address before the American Society of Newspaper Editors, Washington, D.C., April 17, 1954) - Some national problems (Portion of a nationally broadcast address given before the Merchandise Mart Hall of Fame, Chicago, Illinois, June 24, 1954) - On hydroelectric power (Statement to the Press in answer to Mr. Adlai Stevenson's charges in his Eugene, Oregon, Speech, July 12, 1954) --
Part III. Engineering matters. Discussion of De Re Metallica ("Invitation to learning" - Columbia Broadcasting System, April 15, 1951) - Engineers (Address to the Columbia University Engineering Campaign Center, New York City, November 7, 1951) - Address at dinner honoring Dr. Lee De Forest (New York City, April 8, 1952) - We have just begun to dream ("The American Weekly", May 25, 1952) - On engineers (Address before the Centennial of Engineering, Chicago, Illinois, September 10, 1952) - On engineering standards (Address in response to receiving the Howard Coonley gold medal from the American Engineering Standards Association, New York City, October 24, 1951) - Engineering as a profession (Article in "Engineer's Week" 1954) - On coal's importance to the nation's economy (Letter to Mr. L.C. Campbell, President of the National Coal Association --
36th Anniversary Convention, October 19-21, 1953 --
October 2, 1953) - Completion of the cascade tunnel (25th anniversary celebration, December 22, 1953) - On the development of television (Letter to Mr. Herbert G. Moore, the "National Republic," March 6, 1954) --
Part IV. The reorganization of the executive branch of the Federal government. The reconstruction finance corporation (Statement before the Senate committee on banking and currency, April 30, 1951) - The election of Federal officials (Letter to the honorable Guy M. Gillette in response to certain questions, September 28, 1951) - Reorganization of the government (Address to the Citizens Committee on the Hoover reports, New York City, October 24, 1951) - On reducing the Federal wasteline (Replies to questions on reorganization of the Federal government - radio broadcast, New York City, December 28, 1951) - Organization of Federal government (Address to the Citizens Committee for the Hoover report, Washington, D.C., February 18, 1952) - On The Reorganization Act of 1949 (Letter to the honorable Thomas B. Curtis, House of Representatives, February 25, 1952) - On reorganization proposals (Letter to the honorable William L. Dawson, June 2, 1952) - On the Social Security agency (Telegram to the honorable Clare E. Hoffman, chairman, House committee on government operations, and to the honorable Margaret Chase Smith, United States Senate, March 13, 1953) - On further investigation looking to reorganization of the government (Telegram to the honorable Joseph McCarthy, chairman, senate committee on government operations, April 13, 1953) - On the President's reorganization plan no.2 for the Department of Agriculture (Letter to the honorable Clare E. Hoffman, chairman, house committee on government operations, April 21, 1953) - Birthday statement to the Press (San Francisco, California, August 10, 1953) - On reorganization of the soil conservation service (A telegram on Secretary of Agriculture Benson's proposals to Congress, October 30, 1953) - On opening the first regional division of the postal service (Statement made public by Postmaster General Arthur Summerfield, November 24, 1953) - On progress of the commission on organization of the Executive branch of the government (Letter to the President, January 13, 1954) - Lincoln day remarks (Washington D.C., February 5, 1954) - On legal services and procedures of the commission on organization of the Executive branch of the government (Statement to the Task force, February 5, 1954) - Outlook for further reorganization (Address to the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., March 10, 1954) - Farm City conference economy award (Nation-wide broadcast before the Government Economy Rally of the Farm City Conference, Town Hall, New York City, May 25, 1954) - On organization of the atomic energy commission (Letter to the honorable W. Sterling Cole, Chairman, House Atomic Energy Commission, June 8, 1954) --
Part V. Charitable associations. The city versus boys ("The Rotarian," April 1950) - Dedication of the lighthouse for the blind (New York City, April 25, 1951) - On medical education (Address before the National Fund for Medical Education, New York City, May 16, 1951) - On boys' clubs (The dedication of the New San Francisco Boys' Club building, September 25, 1952) - Message to the American Cancer Society (March 1, 1953) - On the Red Cross annual appeal (March 7, 1953) - Statement on the work of United Nations international children's emergency fund (April 21, 1953) - On the problems of medical education (Message delivered at dinner meeting of National Fund for Medical Education, New York City, April 16, 1953) - On feeding people with the American food surplus (Statement in reply to Press inquiry, New York City, July 1, 1953) - On the community chest drive (Washington D.C., September 22, 1954) --
Part VI. Addresses, letters, and comment on various incidents and phases of American life. The American dream (Foreword to a book, " I like Protestants and Jews: a story of brotherhood told by a Catholic priest," by Father John A. O'Brien, Notre Dame University, April 1951) - Great Quaker (Review of book, together with Felix Morley, "Rufus Jones: master Quaker," by David Hinshaw, "The freeman," June 4, 1951) - On the purple heart decoration (Letter to Mrs. Edgar Mattocks, Tucson, Arizona, August 17, 1951) - "Men are equal before fish" ("Florida speaks," September 1951) - Dedication of the Herbert Hoover school (Address, Kenmore, New York, October 10, 1951) - "This I believe" (Radio broadcast, December 1951) - Address to youth (Mirror Youth forum, New York City, December 1, 1951) - Greeting to the radio pioneers (Annual banquet at the Congrad Hilton Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, April 1, 1952) - Fishing auguries (Address to the Gridiron Club, Washington, D.C., May 10, 1952) - On a memorial to the honorable James Forrestal at Princeton, New Jersey (Letter to Admiral Lewis L. Strauss, May 16, 1952) - The Herbert Hoover School of Neenah (Letter to Mr. H.B. Mennes, Superintendent, Neenah Public Schools, Neenah, Wisconsin, March 6, 1953) - On the occasion of welcoming Hawaii to radio (Message for Radio Pioneers, March 9, 1953) - On the fiftieth anniversary of powered flight (Foreword for booklet 'Flight,' March 17, 1953) - Remarks to the Bohemian club of San Francisco (On the 40th year of membership, New York City, March 19, 1953) - How to become President ("This Week" magazine, May 3, 1953) - Commencement exercises of Charlotte Hall Military Academy (Charlotte Hall, Maryland, June 1, 1953) - Statement in support of the savings and loan foundation (August 8, 1953) - On the dedication of the monument to powered flight (Pikes Peak, Colorado, August 26, 1953) - Letter to a small boy correspondent (Published by the Boy, September 21, 1953) - The importance of voting (Reply to Press inquiry, New York City, October 5, 1953) - Message sent to dinner honoring General Robert E. Wood (April 12, 1954) - Benjamin Franklin (Address before the International Franklin Society, Inc., New York City, January 23, 1954) - Address at the Westtown school (Westtown, Pennsylvania, May 29, 1954) - Remarks at dedication of Herbert Hoover public schools (August 1954) - How to stay young ("This Week" magazine, August 8, 1954) --
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